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. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1913. o ! h JH
I bo included In fcun
uc in thla office not
o'clock noon Satur
8. WILLLUI C1IAP
Soston and Evanuton,
juncc tho engagement
daughter Dorothy to
Hodges of Detroit,
"or the marriage line,
It a Hi be one of the
popular Willi her Salt
ng spent considerable
guest of licr sister,
. Stauffcr and Mis.
ntcrtalned again yes
t a second bridge tea j
omc, and again last
.Irs. Staun.'cr and Mr.
ilcomcd a largo party
to a most delightful
home wan all In pink
ighis wero (shaded In
5011s used tor docora.
iblc Here, following
lftcrnoon, Mrs. L. B,
Rich of Ogdcn, Mra.
and Mrs. U W. Snow
lie tea. and a iiumocr
Iris, including Miss
3 Lucile Reed, Miss
Miss L.ellah Rich of
Leaver and Mian Al
Isted in sen-lngr tlic
ion and evening,
ng matrimonial event
scldlng of Miss Mario
:nd .lames A. Pollock
will ta.ko piace in the
:h of the Angels"' In
sadena, this afternoon
icv entertained about
I friends yesterony ut
er home In honor of
3Kon, whose marriage
cck. The rooms were
!c carnations and live
vero enjoyed, with a
rhich tho hostess was
atfultited by Mrs. D. C. Brough and Mrs.
W, F. Conrad.
v.Jm, an'' JIrs- JoIlJ1 x- 'less of Fort
U6uqlos entertained thc members or the
Auction. Bridge club very plcaaar.tlv ;tl
he r quartern lam ovcnlncr. following the
icyuliu- game- with a delicious ehullng
dlah uupput". '
The Women of tho University of Utah
"Ml meet this artcrnoon in tho kinder
garten rooms of the unlvcrultv to Union
to a talk on art by Prof. F-dwl0 Evans,
and musical numbers by Miss Fu.v Lam
bert and duller Wallace. The hou'tcecs
tor. the afternoon are Mrs. WIbc, Mrs.
J'owlor. Mrs. .1. H. Paul, Misa Althea
W heeler and Mias Dora Snow.
Mrs. If. D. Nllca and Miss Nilcs will
entertain a few of their friends at a. Sun
day night supper tomorrow evening at
their nomc In tne Ivanhoe apartments.
The Bridge tournament of tho paEt
few wirttqrs hao been reorganized, and
the hrsl meeting will be held next Tnea--ilcrnoon.
with. Mia. .ITordlnaJid.. J.
t Mrs. Nathan B. "White will entortain
tne members of the Colloglato Institute
tnla evening ' at her ho'nic In the? Prcs
cott apartmcntH. Tho musical numbers
will bo given by Mrs. Esther Allen Gaw,
Miss JLynn and Miss Robertson.
Mr. and Mra. IS. B. Crltclilow will en
tertain, the members of tho Saturday
Night club th!8 evening at Ihcir home
on Seventh East stroot.
Miss ISmily Jcesup will onlevtain a
company of her friends today at a lunch
eon at the Jessup home on Twelfth East
! fr .-v
Misr. Afton Young .will entertain thin
evening at a dinner at liur hom for
Mi?s Addic Cannon anl her fiance. David
Mrs. J. M. Callow will iesue invita
tions very shortly for a large tea to 'be
given on Thursday, January 30, at the
Mr-i. W. ,T. Sheally is expected homo
from southern Callfoi-nia shortly, Mr.
Sheally having already returned.
Mlas Frances McChrystal cam in from
Wj-ti'1 BY THE ItESIDEPfrBIBCT
,'Aiment of Virginians U Raised, but
rflJMFrench Win the Fli-ct Vlctoi-y
1 "fPhltqlon Made Lieutenant-Colonel
i." jB Starts for th Ohio The French
tO'W'Fort Duquesne Thc Young Vlr-
ihii'uV Victory Over thc French.
M rrlsht. by llarper & Brothcro.
j reserved, )
i SlpttljhU 1211, by the McCluro Nottb
v - iiFSnKllcaL:.)
JflRGIXL, it turned out, was, after
TWBS';alL nioro forward than her neigh -'WBP
'tors- when it cams to action. Thc
, -rW Pcnnn-lA'ania. assembly very cool
j, '.iB lydcrlored they doubted his ma
HckIm to tho lands on thc Ohio, and
JLijBwnbly In New York followed aulL
fjttf7" t,,qi' KlitJ ,n ligli judicial
fMVuat the French liave built a fort
" 'K?fe clMed KrcnIi Crock, at a con
' .Wt til:rtaiicc from tho river Ohio,
' -1' "l008 noL by any evidence
""HH n aTPca-i' 10 us t0 be. an in
k. an ot 'l's maJcsty'H colonies."
II Jtsovcrnors of tho other colonlcu
. K. A P.aggcd Kcgimcut.
BJlUry w-is most directly menaced
-movements of the French in thc
Jmyf thua even lcBs able to act than
Weir. p,ir ti,e Virginian burgessert.
JBRmcy v.oUi(i not yield thc point of
tho foe upon land grants, did not mean to
lcavo Major Washington in thc lurch, and
beforo an expedition could be got afoot
had come together again to voto a sum of
A EEGIMENT IS EAISBD.
It would be possible with tho sum they
appropriated lo put 300 or 400 men Into
the field: and aH spring drew on. raw vol
unteers began to gather in soma numbers
at Alexandria a rasged regiment, mado
up for thc moat part of Idle and shiftless
men, who did not always have shoes, or
oven shlrtK, of their own to wear; anxious
to get their S pmiee a day, but not anxious
to work or Bubmlt to dieclpline. "Utvua
astonishing how slwdy and how spirited
they showod themselves whan onco thcy
had shaken their lethargy off and were
on tho march or face to face with tho
A body of backwoodsmen had been
hurried forward In February, cro spring
had opened, to make a clearing and sot
to work upon a fort at tho forks of the
Ohio; hut it was tho 2nd of April before
men enough could be collected at Alex
andria to begin tho main movement to
wards the frontier, and by that time it
was too late to checkmato the French.
Tho little force Kent forward to begin
fortifications had net about their task very
sluggishly and without skill, and their
commander had turned back again with
some of his men to rejoin the forcos be
hind "him before the petty works ho ahould
have stayed to finish were well begun.
COMPELLED TO SURRENDER.
When, therefore, on tho 17lh of April,
thc river suddenly filled with canoes bear
Ins an army of more than i"00 Frenchmen,
who put cannon ashore, and summoned
tho forty men who hold the place to sur
render or be blown into the water, there
was no choice but to comply. The young
ensign who commanded the little garrison
urged a truce till ho could communicate;
with his superiors, -but the French com
mander would brook no delay. Tho boy
might cither take his men off froo and
unhurt, or olso fight and face sheer de
structions and the nearest tuccor was a
little force or 150 men under Colonel
Washington, who had not yet topped thc
Alleghanics in their. painful work of cut
ting a way through the forests for their
field pieces and wagons.
SECOND IN COMMAND.
Tho governor's plans had been altered
by the assembly's vote of money and
the addltlonul levy of men which It made
possible. Colonel Joshua Fry. whom
Dlnwiddio deemed "a man of good sense,
and ono ' of our best mathematicians,
had been given thc command in chief,
and Washington had been named his
second in command, with the ran of
lleutcnant-coloncl. "Dear George, wrote
Mr. Corbln, of thc govornor'H council.
Jrite an Essay
W and Win an Award
1HE TIHBLWTS iuvitcj every youus ncraon. uot more thau 17 yoHrs
of aKc, to participate in an essay competition. In tble, prizes (com
.m Plcto list to lie auuouncod in a few days) .for students in tho pub
and hiyh schools of city and this and noigaboring- etateB, will
ifP'racffor tho beBt tbrcc-buudrcd-word essays on "Washington as
jWjrw Wilsbn Sees Him."
T ,Vm,Positi"on6 must be original (not excerpts') based upon, iiot rcwrit
nw mil?"' tho "tides -now ruuuinK daily in the 'Tnbuae, bwlS
M WS Tot of which appears ou this page. Jr,le the Woodrpw Wils on
MjmhT the firat four installments; theso will bo senfc free. The essays
!JK written with pen and inlc, pencil, or typewritten; one si do o tho
UEod, and ut loast onc-haij. moo oi. tnarKin jgcc t , i
.?B?m and botb aide-. Uucloso iritb your manuscript a separate abeet
Mty yoUr arnc aso. address ana school on it. .nrrn mnn niul
irH-A" essays will bo submitted to a committee of woll-kuown men and
ma- Avl'o tvill judjio autl decide tho wiunors upon:
rWk A Oriinalitj' of compofcitioDj
.JjK B Clearness of cxprosslou; . .
fi9",-: C Neatness;
4 tfm P Grjiinmutira! conulructiou;
,lBf V Oencrul merit.
""'411 "'inuseripts and communications must bo addressed to
lHb rfiodrow Wilson EB6ay "Editor,
llHt Salt Lake Tribune,
lK Salt Lake City, Utah.
'gjapositious received or mailed beforo midnight ibnr"ar0-;nD.
JM&WO"' birthday) will be arrcepted "and ' ru.f0firafdBy).
jPWgt of winners will be in The Tribune March 4th (im.uKur.u u j
I 'Sureka ycotcrday to go to 0den for the
t Dohemlau club bull last evening,
i i "
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Corf will i-cturn
to thc city tomorrow after having spent
the holldayu in Idaho at tho home of
Airs, ooff s parents.
The Drowning eection or tho Ladles'
Literary club will meet today with Mrs
A. .1. Gorlmm at her home on Second
Miss KatherSuft Murphy will entertain
with a box party tonight at the EmprccH
for Mas .Adelino .Jacobyon and her
nance, Curtyu F. Pa-.-r. with a supper
later ut Maxim's.
'.Mies Mignon Denhalter will an in
formal tea this afternoon for Mrs. Karl
V. Smith, who is just home from her
Thc first or a scries of .-uppers lo bo
glvou by Miss Dens Bareltc this win
ter ut he- home on East Second Souto
strcel was ivc.n lasL evening in honor
of .Miss I tote TLirschinan. The hoste&b
was assisted by hor mother and MlK3
Land of Chicago. The house was beau
tifully decorated with .Richmond roses
and ferns. Kurty-clght young folks en
joyed the- evening, dancing.
MANY COYOTE SKINS
ARE SENT BY MAIL
Twenty packages of cojotc skins from
G.micld county arc the latest freak to
bo sent through the local postofllce in
tho parcel post. The skins were ad
dressed to a local party and wore stacked
up in their bundles at the local office
yesterday awaiting delivery. Tho pack
age nectlon of tho orilco now resembles
an express office 'alfn'ost as much as it
doea a postofllce. Llttlo trouble has
heen experienced so far in delivering
packaged, although the volume of busl
.noss, is Increasing, .ateadily. Postofflcc
officials are awaiting with Interest the
monthly stutcnicnt of the oftlce for Jan
uary, which will indicate the increase In
business duo lo tho parcel post.
WILD BIRDS IN NEED
OF EXTENSIVE CHARITY
Fred W. Chambers, state flch and
game commissioner, suggests a llttlo
charily to Die birds on thc pari of farm
ers and other residents of the slate. At
this time of year the wa.rdcny through
out thc state scatter feed for game birds,
such as fiuall, but they frequently miss
tomo of them. Commissioner Chambers
says that it will be a material help lo
tho wardens if farmers will scatter feed
around their coops ivhon feeding chick
ens, as quail at this time of year get
close In to tho coops and will find the
feed. He also suggests that everyone
remember the birds by scattering a few
crumbs around their yards.
PINE VALLEY WATER
SOUGHT FOR POWER
An application was filed yesterday In
tho office of tho stato engineer for Iho
appropriation of thirty-live second feet
of wator from thc Pine Valley moun
tains In Washington county, to gener
ate electric power. Don Coppin of 1
Wert Third North street 13 tin? appli
cant. The application states that 476
horsepower will be produced, to scnoruto
electricity for power and Ilerht purposes
In that vicinity.
" enclose you your commission. God
prosper you with it," and the brunt of
the work In fact fell upon tho younger
But three hundred volunteers could be
gotten together and. all too lato, half
of the raw levy were sent forward un
der Washington to find or make- a way
for wagons and ordnance to tho Ohio.
The last days of May were almost at
hand boforo they had crossed the main
rlilgo of tho AllcghanieH, so Inexperienced
were they In the rough labor of cutting
a road through tho close-set growth and
over tho sharp slopes of th: mountains,
and so ill equipped: and by that time
It was already too Into by a. full month
and more to forestall tho French, who
had only lo follow the open highway
of tho Alleghany to bring what force
they would to the key of th west at the
forks of the Ohio.
BUILD FORT DUQUESNE.
Ab the spring advanced th French
forco upon thc river grew from live to
fourtcon hundred men. and work was
pushed rapidly forward upon fortifica
tions such as the llttlo band of English
men thoy. had ousted had not thought
of attempting a veritable fort, albeit
of a rudo frontier pattern, which Us
builders called Duquesne, In honor of
Washington could hit upon no water
course that would afford him quick trans
port; 'twould havo been folly, besides,
to ta-ko his handful of ragged provin
cials Into thc presence of an intrenched
army. Ho was fain to go into camp at
Brought Them to Surrender.
Great. --I cad ows, Just across the ridge of
thc mountains, and there await his colo
nel with supplies and an additional hund
ful of num.
It was "a. charming field for nn en
counter," tho young commander thought,
but It was to bo hoped the enemy would
not find their way to It in too great num
bers, An "independent company" of pro
vincials in tho king's pay Joined him out
of South Carolina, whence they had bc.-n
sent forward by express orders from Kn--iand
and the rest of thc Virginia ul
unlucrs at last came up to join their com
rades at tho Meadows without good
Colonel Fry. thc doughty mathmaliclan.
who had sickened and died un Iho way
so that there woro presently more than
three hundred men at tne camp, and
Wushlnglou was now their commander-in-chief.
, , .
Th' officers 01 the independent com
pany" from South Carolina, holding tlclr
coinmlselons from the king, would not
Indeed, take their orders from Washing
ton, with his colonial commission merely;
and, what was worid. ihclr mun would
not work: but there was no doubt they
would flsht with proper dignity and spirit
for his majeBly, their roval master. The
first blood had already been drawn, on j
the 28th of May, before reinforcements
hod arrived, when Washington had but j
Just conio to camp.
WASHINGTON'S PIRST FIGHT.
Upon the morning of that day Wash
ington, with forty men, guided by friend -Iv
Indiana. hBd como upon a party ot
a'orno thirty Frenchmen where they lurked
deep within thc thickets of tho drip-
forest, and. with thrust of bayonet when
aitteSSi HAIR BALSAM
ESSOfSXjBfitB$'t &tl 1 taJr.;3 Uie hi!&
hSsfch&mOm Kir to it a Toutttful Cclor.
H Mad! fST" i aies Unequaled, Unsurpassed and Unprecedented Hundreds I nnert Ava I M
H feck and j HQ of Bargains That Back Up This Very Strong Statement Depend 1 fleeced Sf I ' il
i SF pair g Upon It The Greatest Values Are To Be Had at AUERBACH'S 1 gHS I
1 Sr""&th,!? B Always Clearance Season or at Any Other Time. uiu 1 j H
If 25c Reversible Printed I ALiTreCtULAI?, $1.00 $2.00 PORTIERES, 1 ALL" REGULAR .$3.00 I $4.00 PORTIERES I
H CURTAIN SCRIMS, in i LACE CURTAIN'S go I COUCH COVERS and I LACE CURTAINS, go 1 and LACE CURTAINS P ! jjH
M this Clearance , I u Lhis Clear- Q 1 CURTAINS, in1 Q in this Clear- 1 txs M
M al, yanl....t 92C anee at. pair. .OgPC tliis . , 2,20 H
35c, 40c and 50c SaturdayGreat Clearance Womenrs I CLEARANCE of I 5? I
IjHFflNTr ciPS CfitstQ$3Q QQ 8 Blankets! I
M This season's newest amigsm W ILtLJPI IbaP' &4s& MSW M ' H "
m best styles up to nOc. All InPSftA 9 f m M M , fM
Wt onP si-and underprlec lot for rggj B , JltJU,..L,,gui,,MUi , ..,,.,,... ... 1.,0?k?JlAX.SHEET 1ff ' tM
ii Mufck clearance a I 26c each, im V& B BLANKETS, pair f SIC Q h 1H
jD n It's tho balance of ATr . H no n tam ,nni ma On " IBBBj
I All 75c, 35c and $1.00 Infanto ffl 1 0,,r C0,'1 atocIc "r' 1 1 I Eankets n,in AP H , i 1H
m Caps and Eonncta go at BC S 130.00. all In one blc .'JMwA 1 BLANKETS' nil1' jPJL.eSiy 1
IS All 51.25, $1.50 up to $2.00 Infants' 1 lnt- at n",,c . " pt)c Jl (f IIP 4Pfe 'OMV I -00 WODLNAP flj (0 B I HV
H cip-'-nd' Bonnets' 95. I 5. An op W 1 1 E f 1 JMBPf I BLANKETS, pair $1.88 H
Sfl 3 ''t tunlty that cornea but J O M 1 JFMZf8fr- JMA $4.60 PLAID ALL- WOOlctj r no ffi 4 Bll
B All 52.50, $3.00 up to $1.00 Infants Caps once a. year at our WM MmmmBtg MOSQl M BLANKETS, pair H 4
and Bonnets 6i HI GO I January Clearance. w sr v uwMSsmA M ,e . r- . . 8 BBH
CTI Oo at vfr JL StJ I Thov'rc tTio lutct m(MfWM&1 R 56.00 MO iTLED GRAY 9 GfS H If
H Second Floor 1 stylo arrivi.ls In Zlbollnes. niipcords. Heavy fSjMmmM OREGON BLANKETS, pOS19 .H
I ilJOWHSTE BED !!"!f IfTO 1 I ' I
1 iiTric im. , . I Mlsses and II B F 3 F I BLANKETS I I
1 SPREADS Qal Womcn'siiWfawwfc'W
BH Mrllin I iuu.. ..U...I.1-XO. 1 ..iLiLLm.n ESWmViz 12-1 size, weight fi lbs. M M ff l(
In the January Clearance I I ... C1 7 Kn . ' am '&&fiMmMW treasure TGxSl. 5pecial 3.-J
each I Values tO Sl.OOat Jlfe tffe iffA I :!Mffl&mh in thls claeranco at! bt H .
m i?2.oo white bed a n 9q CH H fci H'10, PA,R B i H
p SPREADS at jpiU I sir.es 1C lo 12. This sea- 1 Bcdln0 Dept. Main Floor. H '(
ISPBEAOs'at $ 1 jf nll'tSs -In black" - , ... ""HPftr BBBggmSK&i Wft JM
mjml Main Floor. W ,lU lilP rolors-oO dresses In all out he.v sSKsKSftlH 4tk0 C n H lr
umu.ii rK I iis h S2 Comforters I I
a 75c BOY SijugiQR and aaitc 1 .
" SIMIAN fclSIT I - - AflJ ftC I COMFORTERS. $J j!
I I VALUES TO $13.50, AT . . ccmr isg Bg I I
Wm Hoys' eiderdown 4 t C Ifi J fl" U S,ZCE 10 Yt l" '"irca "'.rc,an tn.Trkcd Cfo"10nuk-k " ZZZZZZ I Main Floor. Ijfl
I-f Valucs-Tn Thl"tyGI?aSfl'5f C I clcarallcc' "'""'"S tuidas at ,b..,. O .j jH
-gcg Knit rofe 1 Saturday-Clearance of j h j ! d H ?S B.BESSES TaOSS ClOlHS 1 ; jl
Dc LS Rdnc tolletfl A I CHILBREK S CSfiTS jn th January Clearance at Hemstitched and sel- - H j H
soaps il , Hllffll I i -v edge cdcd Linen Ta- D i
"C' t0,kt JCakcs I Ub I Valuos 1,0 ?3,2D' fin REDUCTIONSOF 1 KachcS10 a ;
Honey toilet If n 1 at - I RcgulBi- ?2.00 values. V - 1J j
X lolls ii lOr InH I I -fl -ffl Q In this sale 51 13 each EACH M
H"-..... IU I Values at ?3.50 TO 2 I gA AF T 8.1 AS jl I ,
;.UOHTHOU5E;: c.EAN5Er., 4c I ' ' ' ' ' M'yT I LiV I 3016 UBOlllS H 1
nFRA33 nls. for S100 M , - 5 Bleached or Bllvnr .m a 9
best cuoss .tabch. cl effllA , Saturday-Great Clearance of g U
VAmAN BLUEING 6 I IMtE&L 4 O 1 c'rzcd' und 6x10 pmW& W J
-lb. pks". at
Linen Dept. Mam Floor. ! tM
SAVE YOUR J P S2 68 I s Sh l
Sales Cheeks I Lfii
S-inch tops in can and black lk Ijl H
. P PKKSSf' Barsilns almost unbelievable, but hldo shoes with bm-klo at top all H 'il
sBHSsaiMs i .r jfffl nc hats themselves prove conclusively that far solid leather throughout. B
After You Have Made Purchases K vg from exagporatlon is the above statement--- 9 B itH
Amounting to $10.00 We Will f REGULAR $8.00. $10.00 AND $12.00 VALUES H $2.50 SHOES-Slzes 31 C - fffj, Wk
k H rp I Thcv're this season's latest stylo arrivals smartest clfcets in Cniffon M to IS; In this sale J J8L 0 H !
iSlIMfli IlMfSlW I1 100 I Velvets and Velours, with floral and fancy leather trimming. You 11 H 52,75 SHOES Slaes 135 H OO H lH
ISlfl? HWajf I and every color represented. A Great tealurday Clearance at 5-60. to ; In this sale ?pJL.5f5l
A Beautiful Medallion Made From fi?1!! Ilnf PSPlimPjl MILLINEBY tfA A 1 S'06i;SintWa fain3 . ..$52. 1 9 H fH
Your Own Picture or Any Photograph R 39sJ (ID II U 1121 JBfluU Iwl i fcllllfel5B Bll I $1.75 CHILDREN'S SHOES Laco H ' IH
That Yon Wish Reproduced. . aJ 11 3' 1 style, sizes 9 to .11 3; In this 00.4T DB rIH
Tho various stvlo of these handsotnt: 1 )n Velvets, Plushes and Velours; black, white and ir mm B W W Clearance at, pah- JJ, BBJ
I Medallions are now on display In the P colors. Ma, F, p H vLffJrJ
Medallion r.ooth-Maln Floor. h imrimnmii Seconcf Floor md,n ,00'
SATURDAY GREAT CLEARANCE OF j ?JKflSy j MTURDAV-GREAT CLEARANCE OF I
Hiiii ewrBTce8egI!g Sirs UNDERWEAR
and BOYS7 HlilliBittWll IS G S
SM t JMd' D 'eece j '"'"f I Men's Sanitary Fleece r '
l4iUJJM! 1' "i""' t ' only In this clearance hilusalef Dqq I 1
75c Boys' Heavy Ribbed S2.50 Men's V.Ncck Woo. J racnl 1 9C OOC H ! lM
Sweater Coats XfC v'ctc' I.S 1 H fl Ji 2c rluo per sarmcnt on each 51.30 Men's Wool Shirts and , tM
go at coats PVW dk BHyfe size larger. Drawee Ribbed or flat H &
iSteCoals WW 0 M Doy3' Norf'k 1 73c Boys' Ribbed "leece SfiF'h . 89C
Sweater coats Coats G1S fit 1 .' . q Wl DolihlB Lined Union Suits-all slacs J ,J I
$".50 Men's H Va vy Wool .td 2 S'pc'RuaKKS 1 49 $ffm W 1 ,
Slxed Sweater Og S6.0D .Men'. Jeck-'and lSS caSr U M
Coats ?"..$!. 48 Main Floor, j Third Floor. each OSfC Main Floor. ,
the wot sn.is failed, had broysht them to
a aurvender within fifteen minutes of thc
To ono In the Vlrgflnlan tamp doubted
llsat there was war already, or dreauied
of m waiting the actlMi of diplomats and
cabinets over sea. The French had driv
en an English garrlaun from the works
of the Ohio with thieuis or force, which
would certainly have been executed had
there been need These men hidden In
the thicket! ui Gnwit Meadows would
huve It. when tho fight wh over, that,
they had conic as messengers merely lo
hen!r a peaceful snunnoiis; but did k need
thirty odd armed men to bear a mcs
sanoV Whv had they lnrkcd for five days so
shtalt'hlly In tho forest; and why had
thy sent runneni- back posthaste to. Fort
Dutpiesno to obtain support for their
dlplomucy? "Wnehingtou might regret
that yomiK M. .Tumonvljle. their com-
mui.dcr. hud lost hli life In the encoun
ter, hut, ho hud no doubt ho hud done
ilght to oid.-r his men to Are when h
saw thc French spnig tor their arms
at tho ilrst surprise.
Now, at unY iatc. war unanes
Uonably begun. That sudden volley
tired In the wet woods at tho heart of
tho lcmulv .Mlcglmnlcs had sot the final
struslo "ublaze. It was now either
French or JSnKllsh In America; It could
no longor be both. Jumoiivlllc. with his
thirty Frenchmen, was followed cm many
weeks were out by Conlon de VUllers
with aovon hundred some of ihom come
nil tho wav from Montreal at hows of
what had happened to France's lurking
embassadors In tho far-away mountains
Monday: War Ocnlns In Earnest.
Instantly relieved by a hot bulb,
with Cuticura Soup and a single
application of Cuticura Ointment.
Sold everywhere. Sample of each,
with 32-page book, sent free. Ad
dress "Cuticura' Dept. 2E, Boston.'
I "We're the guys" that origi- iff
nated the slogan, "Any lens '
I in 60 minutes' and we make ' '1
g-ood when requested, i,H
OPTICAL CO. if S
337 Main St.