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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1911. 7 'H
Jews of In.termoun.tam Region
' I SHERIFF
aiVES IT PIE
ice Elliott Will Be Taken
I to the Scene of His
ifl 71i9 Tribune.
jijy 3. John H. Ward of
" Vyo., sheriff of Ulnla county,
w Price' today and joined his two
.j.ete A. B. Scruggs and IS. H.
ilcb" that one of Iho rncn will
sin the morning for the Wyom
iffllh Clarence Elliott, confessed
jjf who hnd In hs possession
heu arrested at Whitmoro
j Emma's Pari:, three stolen
ricmsins t0 v.vom!"P ranchmen,
j, flgnlfied his Intention of re
h a Wyoming officer without
Sky of a requisition. Elliott
At asleep In the mink house at
r uer arrest ho 'told the offl
thc would not havo submitted to
id ho seen them llrst. As it
rtj worn out from hard travel,
the officers from Wyoming are
Me of their business hero. It Is
ion that they have hopes of in
Bud Mooks, another of the or-
toree thief band who was
Mun3ock when the latter was
Scruggs near Ilebcr City a few
f Deputy Shorin.' Scruggs bc
e tilling of Murdock put a stop
Vjtns up of il,c Stale Bank of
. ilfc -sto'riU in Wyoming: were run out
Jllfcijn Hie reservation country and
. jjHfejci In Utah to the Piny creek
f.j'rr Bunding for Price.
'ia Th Tribune.
Utah, July 3. L. Lowenstein
-ocd bids for the erection of a
tjy white p'resscd brick hotel
with twenty-lhe rooms on the
5r and store building, buffet
f on the grade lloor, and full
ti to bp occupied as a billiard
K room ar.d barber shop.
L Black of Salt Lake City was
kA bidder at $27,091. not Inelud
afumbllng and heating. This lat
fto the Provo Foundry &, Jln
rapiny at 55391. The other bid
i lie sencral contract are A sh
in, William Holmes.
. C V. Watklns. $30,750. and
IHalllday of Provo. $"S. 100.
the bidders but the latter aro
tit Lake City and were ropro
today !n pci-son or by rcprescn-
ffcere jpveral of the contractors
b for the addition to the new
jjVKhool building, to cost around
HNCE MANAGER IS
MELD UP BY FOOTPADS
.jfi:Dretu district manager of the
gW Casualty company, was held
(ptsid WcbL and North Temple
.11:95 o'clock last night by
footpads. As Mr. Purocll
VHcd tfcu southeast corner, thrco
'K5 out of the shadows and
gBrvcH into his face, command
rHttokold up his hands.
HdkindUs took 512 and after
"SVrc Puree!!':; pockets returned to
Jagta and checkbook. They ovcr
KBS In a wallet. After the robbcrv
nWKf ran south rapidly, turned
f-'iHti a,saPPoarod. Mr. Purccll
reported the robbery to the
A- Evs. noted authority
vw Mates on municipal health
TB arrived In Salt Lake late
,SH2'Lr900" from tnc cat:t- Local
iPW 5 Planned ii reception which
HIHf . over lllP tlly. iTe was
tome of the loading phy
'Er " ' j1 dinner at the Com
HsHmLi'f lefl,iflhl "ib'lit for Los
'L .vrc '.lc w, attend the con
0mr m American Medical asso-
J (Klw Suspect Arrested.
SBtaw! b' 11,0 Police last evp
liCtMr,", "Payments on Soc-
-ut ,'cet JolinBon had entered
k'Tfcrfi Wrtmnts and was arrested
.HHE On hc-u-Ins the police
pcaped from the bulld
BtZi 5,JhroVKl' H window from
.JKiM J0!'11 ,l,c fieen. He was
flKSl iK U10 "Pertinents were
ho failed lo acconiplisb
jWPge, nat 'lotl.lng
--rB- Long in the West.
3jglvan, the popular old -lime
i'wtal h Jff ' rmlnl.srent mood
'jEr f0'f,"l,no8 imy-ono years
JliaHttuit r a r,?sidence of some
Si? a7f- Mr- ulvn rame
Thi;i5rt"r il l0"S rosldence
MIn n.t yearti J,So he was a
Wh? i r ,!,m ,nl'3 lsr' "llos
JEjMbTldIn,' duoen city
Srlff'' rt,"!,1' 3-;Andrew Kins,
rBtor in tiof a bIow f,eult l'n
JKtV Vi. county Jail hero
A S8tS? yeterday for llKht
trfronc" t", 'outfit with
RMa.truck lftm a
1 Ti?fatiMI11 association
SMriS -"Iy Cfcb. "niJtca to
&Smh I,: be? nSent or rates
1 Cit' tiCkCl
permanent Ofliau. 364 p-tti, h l t,
IL. t0 JU-d0 S p, ro. to 8 p. m.
PK LIKE LUIS
Council Rushes Matter to a
, Final Passage; Xo 0b
'jection. Special to The Tribune.
0C?D1SN. July 3. The new liquor ordi
nances passed their third -amUlnil read
ing tonight in tho city council,' and the
limits of the business district In which
Iliiuor licenses shall bo issued, as request
ed by the district court, were designated
On Second sticet south to Twenty
sixth street on Washington avenue,
thence west to the west side of Grant
avenue, thence west on the south side of
Tweuty-tlflh street to thc cast side or
wall avenue. Including all properlv on the
north side, of Twenty-Ilfth street to
Washington avenue, thence north on the
east side of Washington avenuo to Twenty-fourth
street, thence cast on Twenty
forlh street to Washington avenue, thence
north on the Vest side of Washington
avenue to Second street.
ITnrold Pcory was elected to the council
to flllthi vacancy caused by the reslg
natlo nof his brothor, Jloracc Pecry of
the Fourth -ward, who has removed his
place of residence to California. The new
councilman will nil thc unexpired term.
At thc conclusion of the regular session
the council sat as a board of canvassers
and passed upon thc returns of the recent
liquor election. The returns were found
to be correct as announced in Thc Tribune.
MRS. RYAN GETS DIVORCE.
Court" Grants Separation: Wife Calls
Death Notice Ruse.
Special to The Tribune.
. OGDEN. July 3. Disregarding a death
notice cllnpcd from a California pancr.
In which k was stated that her husband.
James Ambrose Ryan, had died of pto
maine poisoning while on his way from
California to Ogden June 22, Mrs. Susan
Ryan, accompanied by her mother, ap
peared In District Judce Harris's court
this mornlnr: to prosecute the divorce
proceedings begun by airs. Ryan several
weeks aco. Thc death' notice was mailed
lo Judge J. K. Baglcy. attorney for Mrs.
Ryan, several days ago. Mrs. Ryan de
clared that tho handwriting on the en
velope was that of her husband and that
tho notice was sent for thc purpose of
staying thc divorce proceedings.
Substantiated in thc main 'by the-, testi
mony of her mother. Mrs. Ryan told the
court of thc desertion, drunkenness,
cruelty and neclecl of her husband. She
testified that they were married al Colo
rado Springs. January :!0. IDO'J.' Less than
a month nftcrwards. February 7. Ryan
attacked her, knocking' her down and
boating her with his lists, sho said. On
March 3 of the same year whllo they
were In Washington. D. C, Ryan struck
her and knocked her down in one of the
principal streets of the national capital.
Mrs. Ryan declaring that she had lo call
a. policeman to protest her. At different
other times, tho plaintiff testified, her
husband attacked her. using vile names
when thc assaults were made. On May
H. 1910. Ryan appeared at thc homo of
his wife In Ogden and struck her and her
mother, according to the testimony.
After hearing thc testimony the court
allowed an Interlocutory decrco of di
vorce to Mrs. Ryan with $20 monthly ali
mony. foO attorney fees and thc right lo
resume her maiden name. Susan Moran.
SQUABBLE OVER PAVING.
Property Owners Seek and Secure County
Commissioners Names to Protest.
Sneflul lo Tho Tribune.
OGD12N. July ". Protesting against tho
paving of Twenty-fourth street from
Washington to Harrison avenues. D. W.
Kills and John Spiers appeared before
the Weber countv board of commissioners
this morning with a long petition signed
bv a. number of abutting property own
ers with thc request that tho commis
sioners alto sign tho petition, as the
counlv owns property on that street.
While a number of those whose namcn
appear on the protest against creating
a, paving district of Twenty-fourth street
we're the main movers in the request to
thc cltv council some time ago to nave
th. street, It was shown Unit they have
since hud a change of heart because of
thc expense attached lo the Improvement.
It was also represented that ccrtnln par
ties, agents for paving- mater al were In
strumental In obtaining tho signatures of
thc original signers. The mombora of
the board of commissioners signed the
protest! . which will be presented to the
cltv council for action.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDKN. -inly .'i.-Olshoncst, incompe
Innt and Improvident ar ''
preferred against James A. Stephens I
a petition Hied wHh the probate division
of tl - district court this ancnioon by
inies M. SIiup a brother of thg late
DuTthula cf Stephens, for whom James
St"pli"iiB is no-king letters of adminis
tration. Contesting the a ippolntmen t of
"toneiiM as administrator. Shupc declares
ffSHs hW. sa & a? 'f
Sues on Contract.
Special to Thc Tribune.
OGD1CN. Jul 3. Claiming, that C. R.
m entered into a contract with
HbL Ii Plumbing company for the fur-
Sends Tramps to Jail. '
Special lo The Tribune.
or-m.-v July a. Six -hobois, rounded
u,P bvicpujy H'riff in the "Jungles'
' ' Y
SSK-L GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
jL TIME YOU BUY TOMBOY HOSE
;Faretho BEST 25c Stockings for Children in America.
& Vi CDriEDoft,BS FR GIRLS. SIZES 5 TO IP.
JK COARSE RIBS FOB BOY6. SIZE8 6 TO 10.
fJ9?. fcweax- two pairs of ordinary 25s otockings. -Auls
them. If your dealer does not have them, wnto
ffiMpE WILL TELL YOU WHERE YOU CAN GET
W ScowcrofS & Sons Co.
f OGDEN, UTAH.
"long Weber river, pleaded 'gulltv before
.Ijistlec of th Pence W. P. Jones at
..ortii Ogden this afternoon. Kach was
7 n 1 ".'irly-day sontonro In the county
V"11-. hlnce the warm weather began u
nor.H! oi lea nips, attracted by the cool
'.imping phi ees aiona the river, have -tcvn
miiKing th.;lr rendezvous there. People
living In the neighborhood have made
many complaints of petty thefts and a
number of chicken roosts have been raid
ed In the past few weeks.
PEERY BUYS RICH LAND.
Ogden Councilman to Engage in Fruit
Industry in California.
Speuhil (i, Tlirt Tribune.
OGDEN. July 3. Horace 15. Pocry.
city councilman from the Fourth ward,
vice pres-ident of the Utah National bank
pf Ogden mid !t director in some of thc
leading business houses of the city, has
recently purchased several hundred acres
or valuable orange and other orchard
lands at Portersvllle. Cal.. where he will
make his future home.
Mr. Pecry has acquired thc orange
groves oi V. D. Kuiipp and George With
row said to be tho most valuable lands
In that part of California. He and" his
family will occupy the Wllhrow residence
tCMiipoiarJIy until a handsome new home
Is built on the Kuupp place.
Mr. Pcerv recently sent his resignation
as councilman to thc city authorities. The
resignation was accepted and a com
mittee named to prepare a letter to the
retiring councilman. expressing tho
thanks of thc council for his assistance
In all matters affecting thc municipality
during his tenure of office.
To Mr. Pcory and the other members of
the waterworks committee of the city
council Is largely due Iho credit for ob
taining for Ogden Its excellent water
works system. Mr. Pecry llgured con
spicuously In engineering thc deal by
which the purchase from private parties
was made, and was Instrumental In de
vising plans for a number of Improve
ments on tho system. His business asso
ciates and many friends of Ogden regret
to see him leave thc cllv.
Death Claims Child.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDI2N. Julv 3. After a short illness
from diphtheria, John W. O'Brien, Jr.,
the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wp
O'Rrlen. died at thc family home, J1G3
Twenty-Ilfth street, this morning. Mr.
O'Brien Is a civil engineer In the employ
of the Southern Pacific Railroad company.
Special lo Thc Tribune.
OGDEN. July .'J. Licenses to marry
were Issued by the county clerk to the
following this afternoon: Hezcklah Close
and Maud Ives Porter, both of Ogden:
Joseph M. Tracy and Florence D. Hor
rocks, both of Ogden.
NIGHT REVEL ENDS
li IW TO TWO
Former Salt Lakers Cause Stir
in Quiet Los Angeles
Special lo The Tribune.
LOS ANGI2L1.CS, July 3. A nocturnal
session which goaded a fashionable neigh
borhood lo the point of summoning thc
police and which was brought to a star
tling climax by a lire handled In such
a manner as to cause a fire liculcnunt to
be called before the commissioners to ex
plain It. were the successive sleps In a
sensation which disturbed Westlakc so
ciety at 2 o'clock this morning.
The occurrences transpired in the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ICan.it at
l'.!2 South Westlakc avenue, which was
partially destroyed in thc lire that ended
thc midnight revels of persons tem
porarily occupying thc house during thc
absence of tho Kanst family.
Thc lire chief and witnesses state that
thc lire started In a mattress In a sleep
ing porch, presumably by, thc dropping
of a cigarette In I he bedding.
The members of the nocturnal parly
admit that considerable beer was drunk.
Mr. ami Mrs. Kanst, going on a vaca
tion, turned over the bungalow to Mr. ami
Mrn. William Willis, formerly of Salt Lake.
Last night, according to thc neighbors,
the Interior seemed to tako on an at
mosphere of high carnival. Vocal and
instrumental1 "selections" wcro a part of
the entertainment. Hot words were
heard by the neighbors and a quarrel fol
lowed. "If you don't quit I'll burn the house
down," members of I he Snlanc fiimlly who
reside Immediately In the rear of the
ICanst home say they heard a woman
tic ream at the top of hor voire.
Mrs. Gracj-D. Gellrclch started to tele
phone for the police. With her hand on
Iho receiver she saw a shoot of flame
burst skyward from thc porch where the
Willises were sleeping Then sho sum
moned the flro department.
Lieutenant Louis Norton ordered a line
of hone laid to thc bungalow, according
to neighbors. Chemicals would havo put
out tho Hie but Norton soaked the house
With tho ringing of the alarm Willis
Jumped from his bed on the screened
porch and with his wife hastened from the
burning building. Ho received bad burns
on tho left arm and Mrs. Wlllla was
scorched. Willis is the manager of the
sundry department of the California
Chemical & Drug company, and sayB that
until threo months ago he. resided In Salt
Lake. Ho was but recently married.
MURDER IS CHARGED
AGAINST A MOjNTANAN
HAVRE. Mont.. July 3. Joseph Hur
ley, alias George Adams, Is under arrest
In Havre fpr murder committed at Arm
stead, near Dillon, In 1900 An old pho
tograph or Hie suspect was recognized
by Patrolman Stacy as a man ho had
seen about Havre frequently of Iato and
he found him later in a saloon, where
he arrested him.
Hurley admitted his identity, but
claims tho killing was done In siclf-de-fensu.
Tho man killed was named Adams
and ho was shot following a row In a
dance hall conducted by Hurley. Anoth
er man was wounded at tho aarno time,
and Hurley claims that they Were, the
aggressors. Hurley has been working on
a sheep rannh near Havre for sumo time.
NEW YORK BANK HAS .
RUN, BUT PAYS UP
ROM 15, N. Y., July 3. Tho Onotda
County Savings bank experienced a run
by depositors today. All claims were
promptly met. according lo thc bank of
ficers, who say there was no cause what
ever for alarm ns no doposllor will lose
nnv monov. The stato superintendent
of'bankn a abort tlmo ago declined to
Ihsiuc a. certificate for a trust company
liero and thc feeling among some people
that tho Oneida County Savings bank,
among other banking Institutions, was
onposed to the granting of thc certifi
cate Is said to havo Instigated thc run
as a. rctiUiatory movement.
J Children half fare to Saltair today.
.' H0BDEHS GIHE BOI
Higgs Furnishes $2000 Cash:
Walton's Bond Is Signed hy
Three Salt, Lakers.
Special lo The Tribune.
T0015LK. July 3. George If. Higgs
and A. Li. "Walton, charged with the
robbery of the Commercial bank here
June 7. wore released - from custody to
day upon furnishing bonds. Hlggs gave
$2000 In cash, with the privilege of giv
ing a personal bond of 51000 later. Wal
ton's bond was signed by three Salt
Lakers. It was for $1000.
The complaints against W. L. Irvlno
and Joseph Bailiff were lo have been
dismissed today, but owing to the fact
that Sheriff M. M. Bush did not return
from Salt Lake until late this evening,
this action was deferred.
p Tho Roaid of Perfect Service
is the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway, route of famous trains for
Chicago via Ogden or Denver, Omaha
or Kansas City. Rates. Office .110
Main st.; phones 79.
'BUFFALO' JONES HERE
' SHOhT TIM MOMWr
On His Way to Texas With Two
Carloads "of Animals; Many
"Buffalo" Jones, known the world over
for bis prowess among wild animals, and
especially well known In the United
Slates for his success In perpetuating thc
breed of American bison or buffalo, was
In Salt Lake Monday forenoon on his way
to Texas with two carloads of buffaloes.
Ho rested the animals In thc north yards
of. thc Oregon Short Line a short time
after transferring the cars ftom the Salt
Lake Route. In one car he had eighteen
cows and calves, and In the second car
twelve male buffaloes. Thc animals were
in good condition and were true types of
the native herds that roamed thc prairies
of the great west prior to the coming of
eastern selllcrs. Ills collection of these
animals has attracted world-wide atten
tion. "Buffalo" Jones recently returned from
a trip to Africa, whore he spent several
months among the wild animals of thc
Jungle. Ho was under a wager to ac
complish many difficult feats, among
them lassoing a rhinoceros and captur
ing It alive. He engaged himself to do
all that Roosevelt had done without the
use of a gun, except to kill an elephant,
so the story goes. It Is generally con
ceded that he accomplished his object. At
any rate, he returnod from the wilds of
the dark continent :rllve.
In making iho trip with his two cars
of burSaloes, Jones rides caboose of
thc freight train so he may be near the
animals to give them his personal al
tenllon. While In the city, word wau
spread among the railroad men of the
pre.'Jcnco of the animals In the yards,
and scores of people llocked there to seu
CONVENTION DATES FOR
The ninth annual stake conventions of
the Young Ladies1' vMul.nal Improvement
societies of the-Mormon church will be
held on dates" set by tho authorities of
the societies. Similar programmes will
1k carried out in all the conventions.
The dates as arranged follow:
August 11-12, Juarez: August 20. Al
berta. Yellowstone; Wayne: August 21.
Sau Jose at .Montlccllo. August 21, Tay
lor. Beaver. Fremont. Malad, Pocatello.
i Woodruff. Teton; September Hear
River, t'asshi, Jordan, "Weber. North
Weber, Ogden. Pa rowan. North Davis,
RIgby; September I. Pangultch; Septem
ber 10. ICnsIgn, South Sanpete. Uintah.
Granllc, Bannock, Kmfry. Pioneer, Snow
flake. San Luis. Liberty. Hyrum. Salt
Lake: September 11, Kanab; September
12,. St. John. Duchesne: September 13.
San Juan at Frultland: September 10-17,
St. George; September 17. Big1 Horn,
Oneida. Blackfoot, Summit. Millard. Juab.
Nebo. Alpine, Bingham. Carbon. Tooele:
September 24. North Sanpete. Itnlon. Ben.
son, Morgan. Utah, Bear Lake, Cache
Star Valley, Boxelder, Maricopa. Septem
ber 27r St. Joseph: October 1, Sevier
South Davis, Wasatch.
JULY POURTK KATES
Via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on sale
July 1st to 4th, inclusive, limited to
July 5th- ' See agents for further par
ticular's. City ticket oflicc, Hotel Utah.
Spend your Fourth at Saltair.
Dancing and bathing at Saltair today.
Ml IT FOR I
Board oi' Education Plans to jll
Construct Building on fJI
On thc iccomm6ndation of thc build- 'ttiiiil
lugs and, grounds committee, thc board H? tkH
of education al a special session Monday ju. JH
evening decided unanimously to erect a (bJ IH
central unit for a school building on jjf, B
Ninth avenue. Thc building, while it JMIH
will not be a large schoolhouse for thc jjjL B
present. It Is said, will be ample to take IVH
care of the small children of- the com- ;J
munlty and the needs In general. u
Whclhci this will be acceptable lo the r--"BBPJI
residents of the vicinity, who arc in- BjVAl
slstent that thc board make good il FliVAYJ
promises to erect a school building on the $!h BVA
north bench, has not yet been Indicated t il iVjVjVJ
to the board. However. Il ,1s pointed '. ,BBV
out that this Is all that tho board can ,
do for the present with Us available
At a recent mass meeting of uortb I'IHVAl
bench residents it was Indicated that the
people would not be satisfied with. less in
than a new school and ihc suggestion t,'HlH
has been made that the matter be taken J
to court to enjoin thc board from build- n'liVAVI
Ing the new lilb school until the build- ' r
Ing on ihc north bench has been erected. f'i
Thc plan of thc board, however. Is to t-iifllU
erect a building of four or six rooms " 'V
for the present, which can later be used J? 'J
as thc manual training and domestic scl- H'BlVJ
cuce departments of thc completed tNllPj
building. The city engineer was author- !! ' J
I.cd to make a survey for the building 'pSa
and Thomas 11, Klcttlng was selected to t
draft plans. ' iH
We're Goin' Some! I
, -griiiJM Gracious, how these Yellowstone girls did. keep us counting labels yester- !
as,gwsV l TrS. c'a'vI lie t"nc iey werc lnro"u '-lumping them in on us we were almost I
lTZwfc fvr Jiff ) buried. But we don't mind il, we're having as much L'un out of.it as anyone, 'H
TCviK fV f J fo-ofei k11 of course the four lucky ones will be the ones to have the best oi! all
ljl?SfPV " teAj ley arc oino to Yellowstone the "Wylic Way." you know. . jH
WjfWifc A sLl the "way, instead of waiting until Thursday with our special coupon f; jH
lfep T' offers, we are making them today so that our girls will have more lime to get f ,H
rjtJI VsV. ' the benfit of them, and also the housewives, who are coming in strung for their
ffOLL M Please note that thc " Housewife's Coupons" are only good when presented ti
yS W7S or mailed by ladies who are not candidates, and arc to be entered to the credit f
' Sjf'S' FILJlJnF ' 1S vcr-Y srali'y,ng to note how Mic ladies of Salt Lake arc showing llielr V'l
yAy' JpW&5pp3iP interest this week by clipping the : Housewife's Coupons" and mailing them in tfyfl
VyC gZifiF crect their favorite. Never before has anything as novel as our offer jH
IvvACSrC f 10 ( : hecn recorded in the annals of "Bread" and all of the candidates show heir
I . v" enjoyment in thoirfaccs as they come marching in on 'Mondays with their ''Mail B
'fL J '''' Ve wish they all could go. but every contestant is going to receive sonic- fll
XXSL mtBt- A Nearly 20,000 loaves of "Mall C'i'cam" and "Cream Dandy" bread go .out. j'l
9faP5' nto Salt Lake homes every day, and we know that every one of these hoins a fH
" will have labels saved up for our girlsif our girls will go out into the highways
p and the byways and request them. . . f'l
There is a loug way to go yet five weeks so there is no winner decided as yel. rest assured. This is one of those contests thai' aire K'l
never ended untjl they are over. f'vl
In closing Ictus say (hat every housewife in Salt Lake will do well to buy either of these loaives if they arc .not doing so already thoy jj -H
are two of the best loaves baked in Salt Lake unci, by the same tokcn.we bake the rest of the best bread also. . 11
HERE'S HOW THEY STAND . . fl
Miss Mary Murdock 37,439 labels Mrs. Jennie Fairbanks 15,778 labels M,ss F,0rC13 EasYniVsoiitli 3''75 be'S
R ..... J3. BtreCt' no.u. ... , . 1368 111,1 East' oe4Clul Christiana Colclo'ugh .. . 1,834 labels . , 'H
Miss Llllle Watklns 31,941 labels Miss Elsie Bergcr 12,816 labels 80 South Oth West I
253 East 7th South. 337 East 7th South. Genevieve Jensen "l,779 labels JM
Miss Mildred Hapoood 29,019 labols Lucy L. Davis 11,768 labels 36 North 6th West.
532 Second East. . 36 12th East. Bly Moody 1,725 labels '-lJH
Miss Jane Walklnshaw 22,745 labels Miss Hazel Turner 5,125 labels ..... 1159 Bueno avenue. M'H
1401 West 8th South. 1721 Lake. Mrs. C. MmerK.. ... ........ 1,091 labels
Miss Anna Du Palx. ........ .20,350 labels Mrs. E. M. Foster ............ 3,828 labels Miss E. GftinnlnaS --S. . 947 labels illB
878 West 8th South. 614 East 6th South. 654 Colfax avenue. H
I Housewife's Coupon I 1 0OLabeS Coupon j I
I This coupon is to be mailed or presented by any housewife or I This coupon, if presented by any contestant up to and includ- 1 jjj
I buyer of bread, and entered to the credit of any contestant 1 fa Monday, July 10th, will be accepted as 100 labels if accom- I
H holder desires. It will count as 100 labels if accompanied by I . , , . , . . . ... - (tri ffl ir'H
six labels from eithei"Malt Cream" or "Cream Dandy" bread, I ; Pied by six labels from either "Malt Cream or Cream 1 H
I and is good at any time during the contest. Its purpose is to I Dandy" bread. This coupon vail not be good after the above I
I enable anyone who wishes to help any candidate but who has 1 1 date. This coupon will take the place of that which was co 1 'B
I not yet bcenseen by any of our girls. j have been published on next Thursday. Tell youi jJ
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