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M . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1909. 3 I
l0 BBWJK GOODS
Utrerago Cannot Be Labeled
M'Vi-e" Unless Made From
jig Sound, Ripe Grapes.
IBjVASinNGTOX, Auk- 24. Uphold
IK its contention that the consumer is,
Ecr the food and dniff act, entitled.
Wfcnon' the character of the product
llnbuye, the Hoard of Food and Drug
Hjpcciioii of the department of ari
Krc todaT issued a decision doclar
Kt:it "a. beverage cannot bo lubclcd
ilne,, unless it is mado from "the
Eu alcoholic fermentation of Juice
Kum1 ripo Rrapcs, without addition
Kftstractiou, cither prior or subsc
Lt to felHUltar.ion.',
K'e term "wine-' can only be used
R beverage made from the mare
rrrmes if 1 beverage is labeled
t'ilion " A ferinontcd beverage
.Eared from gnipa "must" 1)3' the
KtIon of sugar may be termed
! ?nr wine," according to the board's
'Eftion Tho addition of water to the
;)E,o "'must" will also require- further
Kroclcrization than the term "wine."
IE decision was reached by the board
Wconncction with the labeling of Ohio
Tor indigestion and all stomach trou
b'tnko Foley's Orino Laxative as it
Wmnlntes the stomach and liver and
fcilaios tho bowels and will positivc
'cura habitual constipation. P. J.
Jml Drug Co., SO W. 2nd South.
LINGER NOT TRYING
TO SHIRK CONFERENCE
3EATTLE, Aug. 2-1, 13. II. Libby of
afkson. Wash., president oi tnc Wnsli
non Conservation association, undor
6fanSpice3 of wliich the first National
osorvution congress, will bo held in
te'eity, beginning Thursday, stated
Ihv that the reason Secretary 11. A.
ilfngor of the interior department
Bald not bo in Seattle during" the
die conservation gathering was that
livas obliged to accompany the sena
rinl comnutteo now investigating rec
nntion projects in tho -Northwest. The
fiiuittoo may not reach here until
l talked to Secretary Ballinger in
Dkane a few inys ago." said Mr. Lib
fjr'ntid ho assured me that he would
t'to Seattle it' it was possible to
ifERESTING LEGAL FIGHT
I OVER SUNDAY CLOSING
ATLANTIC C'TTY. X. .T., Aug. 2-1.
ISutii: City's Sunday closing coutro
fsy was complicated today when rep- j
Tbiitutives of the Law and Order so
ify MTved a inandamus on Police
ihie Martin E. Keffer. requiring him
JuQweausf at once why he should not
lept complaints in violations of Sab
h regulations, brought by detectives
It the inandamus is made permanent
Pastors' alliance will be in posi
m, for (he first time in years, to com-1
(j absolute closing along the beach
,ifcil;o home a copy of LrGIITS AND
I.BAD0WS OF ilORMONJSr. This
Mk'is a complete history of the Mor
fc.clmrcli, touching'all phases of its
JWelojiiiioiit, rcligiousl.y and politically
iBalso includes a detailed account of
iKjMnuntain Mcndows Massacre. Por
jBe-liv all news dealers and at Tho j
TMliunc office. Price .-fl.2:j.
IBSDAYS" NOT VICTIMS i
OF AUTO ACCIDENT
bVlCAf.0. Aug. 24. A telephone
twjjji n-i-eived here today from Mrs. i
Wlv" iSniulav. wife of the ovange-
:iVby her sister. Mrs. George Spoor,
lies that tr. and Mrs. Sunday were
funs of :ni automobile accident near
IVirte, hid., yesterday.
tIr. Sunday and wife are. and have
ill, at iuona lake." said Mrs. Spoor
y. after talking with her sister.
iUpyjijivo not even been automobile
IW Clark's Bail Raised.
REy YOHK, Aug. 2J. Having
?ca a term m ICliniru reformation-1
Mn nidictnient charging him with i
PB a second otVonder been hand- !
Uov.n by the grand 1Iirv w.-illcr j,. i
6-u.V ,,p..n10le broker, arrested in con-'
"J v,lUl -loyee-WiiHisor Trust ,
H?M00 bail since his arrest last I
jK ' l0,ja-v was placed under $20,000
flPKT CARLSON ASKS 1
Sg- POR $2000 DAMAGES!
lh0 ?8aaler at the Anrl- j
K,'ln.rini,. Rl''"lnB company's
bJdfvll!MWr,,' ki,l0(I ai"1 ' veral l
in ih f mJ '"e,d1- lK':,I'd I the-
suit i r I'm d(l3,A'lct. ,,0Ul t Ti:..sday
Inst L i. 41Pert CarlHon. a lborer.
&iViK,5S! rc-,In,nK company
wSr. 0 bftC11 sustalne. In.
PSn-ettfian'?i.,t.hal l?e was "niilwyerl.
10 tliiit l r,Rt,'' Y,,en 11,0 electric- Hush
'tUnnM fe1.011, 1,10 l,,,l"k Powder in
cXl c i ,flUcI,,K lL f?nr''I explosion.
Ita somn ii u part of ''ill ami I
1 the Mifl atn" was "rulten hi
Wi lffir1 nnt" cut. the foretinger
1 ln , T "? cut ,1,E il,jur'us
Fflt SLL,!,lllri;511 with negllgem-p
tan lSiii5l W0Vkni,'1 that there
ittimnV?' P,nt; ,,,,a,,uiJ' or powder in
tta of nn,,ef,,lc'(,i ,w,t, l" outside
- JiWrmnp ilt'ttr,c wire. Carlon
fi$n s ?" a ,lul' nt to time of the
f . Tribune Waut Ads.
PlnniSaoo. .Iadependont 3G0.
If DISTRICT, SAFS MAV0R
ttS, 5J Sa Lake City's
'.yfr 3. v.nlf . ,s . 1,10 l'r.v of Mayor
iJ oir.n& '0f off the street and
Ueolit n"'d tho m'r Tuesday.
y'crmlsKicn JV? tfrlnB staff.
XK? to rcrS n 1,0"'v lU" overhead
VK Uid Tvr L " ,c CUKl !Jl,h' of State
i'MX- JnsUml , 1,J'','jf Wt'L Tf.m!.
m' ire Sin?. r,J!uU'n Jbem under- j
Wb C'V,, WR. th., mayor's la- j
KVHitlon ,?i..W0 'nv. assont to any
pltsa to say, tllC wJrcs v,ni so dowiL
1 ree 1 ea
is Uncolored and complies
with all Pure Food regulations.
TREE TEA is selected and picked from the
choicest mountain districts of Japan and is
controlled by our firm. No one can get the
TREE TEA but our firm, so any one claiming
to have a tea just as good, is misrepresenting.
Beivare of imitations.
M. J. BRATSID EN STEIN & CO.
Carpenter, the Triton to "Holy Jo!"
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Auk. 21. Idaho has a law for
bidding: uny form of amusement on the
babbath day I The Mormon tabernacle
nI'-htWaS fc'c"cduled 10 sln" hore Sunday
County Attorney McCarty grive It out
that they had no rlpht to slvo the per
formance under existing law. and If they
did the arrest of the theater manage
ment nnd of the choir would follow.
All Oils is peculiar and ridiculous, but
In giving hfs interview to tho 13olso
Statesman on tho subject George E. Car
penter whose bodyguard was one of the
choseil of tho Lord lleber Q. lialc who
is acting bishop of the Mormons of Boise
and Incidentally, because he Is bishop
Is always on the payrolls of the state,
manager for tho big church choir from
holy of holies, went out of his wav to
add oinphnsls to the zeal of the Utah
hierarchy to avoid law-breaking.
Here is tho initial paragraph of tho
servant of tho most high who so adroitlv
guards the law of Idaho as to leave no
possible room anywhere, nnv time or anv
place for the falntesL taint of a suspicion
to attach to "headquarters of the Mor
mon church" that they would be parties
directly or indirectly toward anv sort of
Plan that might brand them 'as law
breakers In fair Idaho.
Says tho purest of the pure. Mr. Car
penter: " 'Vour peculiar law on the statute
books left nothing else to be done.' ho
said. 'While the tabernacle choir pro
posed to give Boise the finest sacred eon
cert in her history, after examining tho
law on tho question I found that we
would be law-breakers If wo sang ora
torios and sacred pieces In the theater on
, fcunday night. Tho proposition to rent
the thcatoT outright from Mr. Pinnev and
throw open the doors to the public with
out charge, was also gone into. Under
tnls law we found that we could not oven
do that. Then it was that I threw up my
! hands and got into communication with
the headquarters of the Mormon church
In Salt r.ake by telephone The answer
was (hat under no circumstances must I
1 1 .
; POLICE COURT CASES
Joe Shepnrd, charged with having bat
tered the person of II. Ilirblcan, was
found guilty in police court Tnesduv
morning. Judge Whltuker, after listen
ing to the testimony In the ease, stated
that he would discharge the defendant;
Inasmuch as he had never before ap
I poured In the courtroom. The evidence
; In the case tended to show that the man
i had engaged in a sort of general mok-e.
and no one really knew Just who had
done the battering.
"When the case of Frank Smith came
before tho court, Judgo Whltaker re
leased him upon his own recognizance,
at the request or his attorney, 'it devel
oped that Smith was charged with steal
ing it pair. uf shoes and had been in Jail
for two weeks awaiting trial, which was
set for August :si. Smith lold the court
that he had a job to ho to If given the
opportunity, after which he was released.
Mnrgaretle Brown, charged with va
grancy, told tho court she would leave
the city if allowed to do so. and Judge
Whltaker took her at her-word.
Five men charged with drunkenness
arose before the frowning visage of Judge
Whltaker. They were, wearv, blenrv and
ill at ease, and shuffled their feet in the
most uncomfortable manner as the judge
looked them over. When the court
learned that the water wagon had
bumped a curb and jolted thein 01T into
a liquor store, tho court was merciful,
especially after learning that they had
never been In court before. After deliv
ering the "Xever let it happen again"
warning, they were discharged.
Floating at Saltair joy supreme. j
Picturo Framing, j
Ariclgloy Bodel Co., 33 East 1st So. i
agree to let the choir appear in Boise on
From whence comes this agent "as tho
shadow of a groat rock In the weary
land," fastening "a nail in a sure place,"
"clothed in white raiment!" "Law
breakers!" The people of Boise- would have given
tho Mormon choir a good reception, but
the county attorney of Ada county ad
vised it as against the law for them to
perform hero on Sunday. If he would
analyze his vote of a short year ago he
would observo that probably 75 per cent
of the '100 Mormon voters oftAda county
voted for him. none of whom would dare
take the constitutional test oath which
the constitution itself says shall never
be nullltled, nnd which Is without statu
tory force in the state through a. close al
lianco of his party and Mormondom.
But for gall of the most refined, una-,
dulterated extraction. Manager Elder Car
ponter holds the trophy!
How arrogantly ho cmphnslzos his
telephonic communion with tho vice
gerent of God, Joseph F. Smith, and how
quickly and certainly ho was admonished
to hasten to the prompt cancellation of
his holy choir's date in Idaho, lest the
dear good people of that growing young
commonwealth might suspicion that tho
authority of Mormondom might counte
nance law breaking.
So quick was his decision to the watch
ful Carpenter, representing him In Boise,
that the Holy Jo did not even so much
as tarry for a brief communion with the
great Farther In Heaven sacredly (?) re
ferred to by him as his "revclator."
McCarty's technical construction of the
law was "Fire from Heaven" to Carpen
ter, as it provided him a chance to por
tray to Idahoans tho high regard for the
law of his polygamous leader, who has
at least live wives and at least fortv
It Is s.fo to say that if Joseph F.
Smith aspired to bo a "Neptune," George
E Carpenter would study to be his
I REAL ESTATE NEWS li
Among recent changes In offices about
tho city is that made by Meeks & Mc
Cartney, real estate dealers, who have
moved into new quarters at L'10-211 Bos
ton building. The former offices of this
company, at -Hi West Second South, will
be occupied about September 1 by the
Central Coal and Coko company. This
company hns taken over tho six years'
lease held by Meeks it McCartney on the
location. Both wholesale and retail of
fices of the coal and coke company will
be at the new location.
Tribuno Want Ads.
Bell Main 5200. Independent 3G0.
APPLICATIONS FOR WATER
FILED WITH ENGINEER
Applications for water were filed with
the stato engineer Tuesday. o.s follows:
By John T. Pope of Ogden. the use of ten
cubic feet of water per second, January
1 to December 1. 1010, from the Green
river, Uintah county, the point of diver
sion to be :;00 feet south of the north
east corner of. tho southeast quarter of
section 2-J. township 1 south, rango 23
.east of tho Salt. Unite meridian. The
works to consist of a stone and cement
dam. 3fin feet high and 800 feel long; the
diverting channel to be fifteen miles long,
twenty feet wide on top and ten feet
wide at the bottom. The grade Is one
and one-half foot per mile.
By M. Chrlstoffoson of the North
Bingham Consolidated Mining company,
a (low of .008 feet per second from Janu
ary 1 to December III, 1910; the point of
diversion to be south 79 degrees. -IS min
utes, :!0 seconds west In. 142. ft feet from
the northeast corner of section 31, town
ship 2 foii th. range 2 west. Salt Uako
base and meridian. ,
Salt Lake Statistics jj
Ashley Harrison, l.'ii Social Hall ave
nue; suicide: nged 29; August 21.
I.udema Kilpatrlck, St. Marks hospital;
tuberculosis; aged 2."; August 22.
Clarence W. Emory, Jordan river;
drowning; aged 10; August 21.
Uoulse Ellen Goss. U. D. S. hospital;
blood poisoning; uged SS; August 2".
Jono Hall. county infirmary; gswtro en
teritis; uged f months: August 23.
W. E. Clark of Sail. Uake City and
Clara UurKv of Park City.
Gideon N. Bohman of Monroo and
Anna M. Olander of Salt Lake City.
Porter A. Clark of Parowan and Emma
E. Leonard of Huntington.
William A. Smith of New York City
and Mabel A. Crowley of Salt Uake City, i
Harry Huntzlngcr of Pueblo, Colo., and
Florence Heosc of Prove. L
Jessie B. Mc Bride of Pima. Ariz., and g
Marv S. Jones of Salt Lake City.
Ralph A. Badger and Julia. Peterson of
Salt Lake City.
Louis D. Dcrganor of Silver and Mar
garet Mellch of Montrose, Colo.
William II. Kidder and Edna M. Tably
; of Salt Lake City.
Heal Estate Transfers.
M. A. Brandt et al to W. E.
Young, part lot 2. block 1, Grac
bers P. 0. addition ? 7o0
Elisabeth E. Guest to David M.
Guest, part block 1C, 10-acre plat
A .. COO
Marcus P. Mason et al to A. N.
Humphries, all of lots 37, 3S, 39
and 10, Idlewlld addition 210
A. N. Humphries et al to Ilachcl A.
Thomas, all lots 37 and 3S. Idle
wild addition 300
Thomas Wlso ' et al to" Thomas
Parrr, part lot 1, block 2. plat F 1,800
Kimball & Richards to John L.
O'Brien et al. all lots 209. 210 and
211. South Gate subdivision 2So
D N. TIulsu et al to Joseph P.
Newman, lot 2, block 2, Hill's
Park subdivision 1
Emma M. Porter to Carlos L. Dun- 5
fond, all lots '17 and -IS, Forest I
Dale 0 k
George C. Smith el al to Emma M.
Porter, all lots 47 and -IS. Forest fl
Intense Colicky Pains Relieved.
"For some years I suffered from in-
tense colicky pains which would como fc
on at limes and from which I could find P
no relief," says I. S. Mason of Beaver b
Dam, Ky. "Chamberlain's Colic, P
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was I
recommended to mo by a friend. Aftor j
taking a few doses of tho remedy I fe
was entirely relieved. That was four
years ago, and there has been no re- p
turn of tho symptoms since that time." J!
This remedy is for sale by all drug- i
Fall House Painting.
Tho best-timo to pa.int the exterior
of a house or other buildings is in the f
early fall beforo tho stormy -weather t
sots" in. The best paint to use is Acme t
Quality. Tliero's a paint for cvory K
iiurpose. Chilmer Paint & Glass Co.. g
37 East First South. t
World's Greatest Drummer, s
Major Friedly. at Saltair all this week. K
Plays five drums with two sticks. fe
Take home a copy of LIGHTS AND fc
SHADOWS OF MOItUOXISM, This f
work is a complete history of tho Mor g
mon church, touching all phases of its V
development, religiously and politically. t
It also includes a. detailed account of k
tho Mountain Meadows Massacre. For t
sale by all news dealers and at The ii
Tribune office. Price $1.25. R
Swimming at Saltair it's glorious!
"Royal" Stale Bread Depot
Open 3 1o 5 p. in. dail'. Entrance on g
Third South. Good bread very cheap, j U
Mitchell Van and Storago Co. ro- j 9
moved to 273 South West Temple. H
CLARK'S CRUISiiS jj
OF THE "CLEVELAND"
(Hamburg-American Line) j i
18,000 tons, brand new, , '
anfe superbly fitted. tt, i j
Round the wmw'i
From New York October 16. 1J0D; from 1 '
Sun Francisco February 5, 1910, nearly i ;
four months, costing only Go0 AND UP. -
including all expenses afloat and ashore. '.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Madeira, ;
Egypt, India, Ceylon, Burma, Java, Bor-
neo, Philippines, Japan. An unusual
chance to visit unusually attractive places.
12th Annual Orient Cruise, Feb. 6, '10;
by North German Lloyd S. S. "Grosser
Kurfuerst," 73 days Including 21 days
Egypt and Palestine, S400 up. '
FRANK C. CLARK. TIMES BLDG,, N, Y.
I Buy the School Togs M s $1 iff ) A I Walker's Juvenile De- j
I for the Boys and Girls w m gi Kd$JiF jj partment Complete in 1 j
1 at Walker's. fSSS School Clothes.
Ijjgf Girls' and Children 9s
White and Colored Dresses p
I White dresses sizes 2. to J6 yews f 1 1
J Colored dresses sizes 4 to 14 yrs. Jpv j jj
j Wednesday the Juvenile department will be ;i JS rH
J busy one Tor those mothers 'who are beginning, to pre- i
1 pare the wardrobe oi' the lit 1.1c folks Cor coming school II'm'wMx I J
I lime. We feature a tremendous sweeping sacrifice of jy CK 6 7 '
girls' while and colored dresses a half-price 'sale of A(7?7wV j &
tremendous economies. If I r f'p
HALF PRICE ' j fMA
The Colored Dresses are The White Dresses arc i " Mi
in the jaunty one-piece summer's most dainty ami (jB lTTv ' M
and sailor styles, neatly cIflboi.ate stvieSt signed BMm I vSK
trimmed and finished with ' JmM ll
I embroidery, laces and fan- ,, Mfc . 'WW 8 !
ev piping as you prefer, ts and hnished w.th NfJg W ;
Made of ginghams, per- fine lucks, embroidery, ll ! 'f
I calcs, madras and cham- lace insertion and ribbons, jffl Sf I I l ''i
0 bray, in plain colors and neatly plain or elaborate- jSfe7 l ' I li I if
U novelty plaids, checks and y n.cllvuie ilCme of pe- MUl lift I j 1 !l
1 striped patterns, in light, . ' . ttm iSBa Ci 1 li "U3 ElS
i . 1 , , , 4V , lite .iiivemle modes sizes IWltviMX LJJi JJ i. v
i medium and dark eficcts ' hWMffSA miwWTaijra' 1
! -Sizes i'rom 4 to 14-years to 10 years- I
I -Worth from 2,0 io Worth from $-.25 !o S
: irj 00--sale half pri(M. $ U.0II -Sale hair prit-o. j;
Wednesday Walker's Big I fM
Shopping Day I
Wash Goods Prices Forced Down for 1 1
a Tremendous August Clearance . I
50 to 75 Savings - . B
All wash goods must be cleaned from our shelves 1 H
the order is imperative the last clearance of Sum- I
mer Wash Goods to effect a final, decisive and I h i
sweeping clearance of Summer's stock of broken !
lines and many of the complete lines at price sac- i ,11
rifices positively unprecedented. Every housewife 1 SlH
should read the itemsshe'll shop here Wednes- !
day if she appreciates values sale lasts the week. f I
hGoTSe Qur Entire Stock of I
Irish linen suitings, 36 inches Wash Goods Rem- 1 H
wide, worth $1.00 the yard sale J 5C v . '
mnn i r i , r f f i F ncmts Reduced to y-.m
1000 yards or white batiste, new, fresh from j , !iH
the loom, worth 50c, 60c and Hllf Price I ' H
75c the yard sale 0C t , ,!
-600 yards of barred waistings, , REMNANTS For a treiuendoyis clearance of :
worth 30c the yard-Sale 1 5C 0,,r, cn,tire toc of wjniiants ot Summer white
and colored wash goods we have tabled them at t , jrA
White seersucker crepe, worth , an immense sacrifice In the lot are waist, jj 'fil
4Qc to 60c the ward sale ZOC apron and dress lengths, from the cheapest to !
S00 yards of striped dimity, sheer and pretty, thc best pities - H
worth 30e the yard- 12 1 2C 1 ' FTle ''''I
salc Special August Sale of 'H
Dotted Swisses for clearance ; v ;(
worth 25c to 50c the yard sale .'. J5C FatlCy LinetlS I , tr
-Sheer white batiste, 45 inches wide, Including a large new shipment of the most I VVj' l
worth ooc to rue the yard-to clear. ..OC exquisite and wanted effects in Cluny, Madeira,. ' V '
"White pique and white duck, suitable for Japanese, Mexican and hand embroidered ,J,
suits, etc., worth 30c to 35c ' U Th drawn work you must see the assortment to iH
thc yard sale AJC appreciate thc prices.
AUGUST SALES I
Women 's Linen and Repp Two- gfo fs I 'H
Piece and Three - Piece Suits j$ j$ 3 ' I
Worth up to $20.00 That's the scop-e oC this tremendous August clearance oi: "Wo- ' . :
men's Siunmer Tub Suits. We must make the sacrifice to force them from our :
racks before the influx of Fall mrchandise Now is thc Summer's greatest opportu- I ,
nity for the thrifty Come, you'll, save. f
Women's and blisses' two-piece and three-piece linen and repp tailored Tub Suits 1
some are mannish in their long lines and plain tailoring; others arc trimmed with lace J.
insertion and medallions two and three-piece styles coat and skirt, or coat and Priii- '
cess dress. The colorigs arc blue, green, tans, pink and lavender h lH
all sizes in the lot worth up to $20.00 Sale .' fp 0 J O " i'
AUGUST SALES. AUGUST SALES. ' Sf'lml
Black Taffeta Petticoats, White Repp Skirts $2.95 l MM
Worth $7.50, Sale S3. 95 Another skirt special of great economy worn- if lJ H
eirs white repp skirts in the new cored I 1r
On the bargain tables in the petticoat depart- stves finislicd with panci " B -ir'l
men! we oiler for Wednesday's special shop- pfeats Worth $4.50 sale SO
ping a splendid assortment of women's black ,
tafl'eta petticoats, tinished with deep flounces,
exquisitely trimmed with embroidery and AUGUST SALES. j, H
tekOr.0,.!:57 $3.95 $10 Panama Skirts$6.75 U vl
An -August sales feature that every woman who ! ( i jH
AUGUST SALES. avouUI save on a new panama skirt suitable
. for fall wear Avill appreciate black and j i
Cmldren S NainSOOk Night (Jolors n u,0 newCst panel and gored styles, I !
Gowns, Worth $1.00 and ' iaoo-sa I I ;
$1.25, Sale 59c ? j H
We have a large lot. of children's night gowns A JA
in the si.c of Sths that we have tabled for Our Entire StQCfZ Of Summer f ' .
clearance Wednesday lade in dainty lace 7 rr7 , 0p , &
ami embroidery 1 rimmed styles, long .sleeves Neckwear, Wordl 35C tO
!na inT"''01'111 iiil U. S9c $2.50 f Sale 1-2 Price 1 H
At the neckwear counter Wednesday and
AUGUST SALES. Aveck.. we feature a tremendous clearance ..
nr TXr - en ssll(' ol- wul' tMltirc st0('lc ol' suimn0L neclc" J !'H
lailored WatStS -$1. 25 . wear, consisting of fancy summer styles in
stochs, jabots, lace and embroidered. lingerie ftjp
rodish, mannish tailored waists in the nobby f)utch nm (ilt. laundered Dutch col- i,H
pleated styles, made of tine white madras and al.s pinin ;,:K1 embroidered. In thc assort- m' !!
iinished with laundered culls and collars a coI,Hrs AVOrlll r,.0)n 35c to .$2,50 sale ''r'iH
spei-iiil sale one-half price. j ' '
Wednesday I))A.j&0 i i(l
"The COolest Store in Tozvn" J