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'tH A THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, lpl). " j . !SSStKI
i w188 aU,rtnc Jacolfiou. lft'Y0B vtoiuorrow icaumc licr studies
. HdB . A X .lntelx'sti redding of last eve
imltlH f lnZ was tliat of 3Iiss Adelt
cCd'H ' Jl, J "i,0'5, u6ltcr of Mr. a,
nlSI HLj 1 p Fony Jacobaon. and Curli
LHLjHH " t,,R ceremony .takl;
HHri ,ho,no oC U,c br,(Jc's parcri
B0 0 clock. The TIev. J.atl,cr t
, Mpcrformcd the ceremony,
B? f f:1 by ",y 1,19 immedli
CJr- H05" lho -wo young people, Te
Si H"" attended by her stator, aa
- V T JacobsoR' and her Ht0 slate
, BC,Wa3 the nff-bcarorf whi
'J; T Was t,)0 Uest man. Latr
.Blaboratc reception to abed
ve; ,f lh blends of tho W
IH followed, tho parents of bo
f, f, bov'y of the bride
Pir-'HrBSo- ratlTrvoliVdSePln!r ari
3 I' Hio little ring-bearer wa?"fcv 1 Jn Jl"
SSc covered in dmiy.
1 Parr left on tho late train soend
fey weeks on the coast flf c
1 i delightful affair of last evcnjnsfls
S ilh'e dinner given at tne InlversltyWb
II V&v Mr. and Mrs. George D, KeyetMj
ft 'Compliment to SIlss Bonnie Mlller,JBt
wl H&hich sixteen friends wore entcrtM.
Ml ilrho long tablo was laid In tho pnylo
aTlB mining room of the club nnd was- alti
V & 'Pink nd whUe" ?1"ktKlllB
f Ufctfes. In which were perched tiny wi;a
lr fiUrds, formed the main decoration, all
C g Bame flowers were used for coreafe
Hfeufiuets, with liny Cecil Brunner rons
Ml If wZv the men's boutonnlcrcs. The alp
1HL llfhito birds were used also at tho places
3 I Hb hold tho placo cards. Following Ue
Rlnner the party occupied two boxes ;t
Ovphawn. tf c
II lyTho members of the Utah club ad
I! jtlielr guests to the number of more thai
ltwo hunured enjoyed last evening tie
'UxYourth In the Heries of winter danca
,lirdvon at tho Hotel Utah. Tho dano
jBfloor was well tilled dining tho whofe
jjavcmng and many now and beautify
itl WITH ILLNESS i
llMrs. Stewart Tells How She
- llSuffered from 16to45 years
. II' old How Finally Cured.
;BEaphetnia, Ohio. "Because of lolal
'fcorsnce of how to care for myself
H A 'Hlncn verging in to womanhood, and from
.Bfted from a displacement, and each
Jkn nth I. had severe pains and nausea
WK0m leb always meant a lay-off from work'
j J T. two to four days from the time I,
3 1 6 16 years old. I
! I went to Kansas to live with. my sis
Jj ; j and whil'o there a doctor told me of
j V j)pinkham remedies but I did not use
US Una. then as my faith in patent medi
H , 1 'Res was limited. After my sister died
IBbV i4 temo homo to Ohio to live and that
S' ; r Jii'been my home for the la3t 18 years. J
I' iOiOTieChange of Life came when 1 was
l ; ars old and about this time I saw .
I , byBical condition plainly described
if a of your advertisements. Then I
I using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
b Compound and T cannot tell you
y one the relief it gave mc in the
jthroe months. It put me right
6 I need not lay off every month
bring the last 18 years I have not
pa A out two dollars to a doctor, and have
'been blest with excellcnthcnlth forawo
womanof my age and I can thank Lydia
E. Pinkham'sVcgetable Compound for it.
" Since the Change of Life is over I
9r m bave been a maternity nurse ami Doing
9 wholly Belf-nupnorting I cannot over
S estimate the value of good health, t
have nbw earned a comfortable little
, jHhomo just by sowing and nursing since
Ml was 52 years old. I havo recommended
lithe Compound to many with good rc
' 'iMeuUo, as it is excellent to take beforo
Msrd after childbirth." Miss Evelyn
. aHBhIJA Stbwart, Euphemia, Ohio.
W -want special advice write to
' jBBmLjiiu,I:a6S. Yoar letter ritt
kJL jBBBBK'andr ftBijured by a,
; 3K$$enLin itriidnSteMiMtce.;
gK ns wore sei among the dancers.
, Tfti i music wasjlie beat of the aeuson.
, Ttt punch bow wore placed on the
rcczanine fori refreshment of the
Jmsers and folU.ing the darurc a num-
or -of suppei; uiles were entertained
'In l lie grJIl and) the main dining room
of i he hotel. j
J 'vs. Murray SuiUvan entertained a
fe friends auk informally at bridge
y: erday aftercon for her slstor. Mrs.
Pul Burke of hs Angeles, -who is here
oa i vJsll. Jlrj Burke has been cnter
ijJa ed at scvero affaii-s during the past
uv daj's and numerous others arc
)lir ned for her Mrs. I-L N. iMayo and
m Clarence Yarnock will entertain at
brid je foL' her today, Mrs. Maiioneaux
rtli givo a slmilr affair tomorrow after
ncoi i and Mrs. 1. A. Greenwood will give
a la nchoon for icr on Saturday.
a ; i.
Hi 5. Frank Fshcr entertained a large
part ' o! friendt at a brldgo luncheon
viiU :rday at he home in compliment to
Sirs. B. M. WHte of Eagle. Colo. Eight
trail 1 tables weje used to feat tho guests
alt! o luncheon and these were decorated
with pinki rocs and pink carnations.
Folic wing the '.unchcon tho guests en
Joyct the fgamt' of bridge, the hostess
litlnj" assisted by her sisters, Mrs. S. A.
Whitney and Mrs. Fred Davidson.
; i .t o
lYedericlc Pei'lcins was the hostess
j'tsterday afternoon at a. delishtful Jlttlo
btidj"gn;'Tor- less than a score of her
frknde, half from town and half from
tlb garrison. Four tables of bridge wero
iniyed and later Mrs. Harry "L. Jordan
ind Mrs. Paul Keyser poured tea and
:offeo at a tea table which wag bright
tvlth decorations of pink and green.
Mr. and Mr3, Charles W. MeaWn en
tertained at dinner yesterday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doherty in
the Kcsler apartments. The Invited
guests were J. Frank Burke, Richard
Vivian, Mlsa Neita Qulnn, Miss Fanclion
Bverhardt and J. Forrest Taylor, all
members of tho Colonial Stock company.
I Mrs.. Paul Keyser will entertain at a
dinnar dance Saturday evening for Miss
Margaret Dunn and Miss Norinne
Thompson, who are to leave for Ocean
Pai'lc to spend some time with Mrs. Ezra
Thompson. The dinner will be at the
Alta club, and later tho guests will go
out to the Country club for tho dance,
Another interesting marriage of yes-!
terday was chat of Miss Mary A. Roche
of Leavenworth, Kan., and Michael Gar
vin Beeler of this city, which was sol
emnized yesterday morning at St. Mary's
cathedral at nuptial nias3 o.t 0 o'clock.
The service was read by the Very Ilev.
Dennis Kelly, assisted by the Rev. A.
F. Kolley of New York. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Doran attended the hrido and
Hiss Bonnie Miller will entertain to
day at a luncheon in compliment to
threes of the new comers among the la
dies of Fort '.Douglas Mrs. Charles Ex
toa, Mrs, Joseph Rogers and Mrs. John
, lc Witt, the two first named being the
newest Jjrldeii in the regiment-
Miss Elizabeth Lane entertained a I
4oien of the closest friends of Miss Flor
ence Cooke yesterday afternoon at bridge
U lex home. Decorations of pink and
vliltc roses were used and after three
fables of bridge had been played, tea
fas served, Mrs. J. A. Foley and Mm.
C B. Lane assisting the young hostess
)y eervlns. t u
JtIic pons and Daughters of the Revo
ftllon will give a reception and ball on
fte ovHiilng of Wednesday, February 10,
"Blien tiio beautiful slate flag which Is to
k presented to the United. States bat
tleship Utah will be exhibited. The
toinmlttce In charge of the affair con
iKbi of Willard Young, Mrs. E. S.
W'isht, Stephen aichards. Frank Snow,
t -P. 'Grant. Joseph J. Cannon, David
Smith, Elias Woodruff, Mrs. P. T, Farns
otth, ilrs. Francis Armstrong, Mrs.
no!c Wells Cannon and Misd Aimje
ffies Dust.LuJl v.ill enturlaui at a tea
v Priday .afternoon for M'.ss Florence
Marion Illooper will entertain al
t'itllnee paQy at the Colonial. .mxl
IVsdny afternoon for 311ns Florence
!- . . , ,
iVitations have been isaue-1 for the
snbr inonr the most Important social
IsU. of the rar in uiilveraliv eln-lw.
ih takes .pli., this var In J-obruury.
'IMi'll C 'Graham aviII be itere on J-'ri-iffrom
San i Francisco, marrinae
lyill;.8 Florence Coo'tte bedng set fur
"Monday, f '
tv Karl A? Schul 1- eonvaleacinB
r?V-torilv -atf tho Holy Cr.os-s hospital
Jgan operniipji for yppondleltis.
'.Mum! H"-' K Hll?o's left yw
for the coast to spend some time
Ipng I'.eivCb. wb.eri; they will be at
Meryl Vlrginhi- p .
k- Knthcifnu Jacobeon. who re- j
here over the wedding of her j
VA icavoH tomorrow for Notre Dtune
unio her fjtudloe. '
' illadia of St. Pan's pnribh v.ili en-
ISm a tea till afternoon jind even-,
; rtlio homo of Alra. A- H. CovvU-.
M-A Miitu Mrcct.
., NrdoIlc Williams o;Jertnlned ;it
i n'jtcrduy afternoon for lston of
l&ijjtf and 3uj3JggCKtmmLA
m Wmzu sxoKVciF -mE'TSPSir Pisn3rr;'c'V
Although Sick of a Tcvcr. W;ii"'-,'t"-
Rises rrom His Bed and Tiics to
Rally the Panic-Strickcn Regulars
arid Virginians Exposes Himself
Willi IlcuklosR Courage. Three Jlobos
Being Shot Uuder TILm and His
dlotliin"; Pierced Willi FrcirV BuUct
, ynnnislui 1fi-;t c; .tin -':
".Vashington Thanked 'r-y IV.c 33ur-
X.j.yriltt, ISO'J. by Harper & J.'-roUier.
'Jl' nylils reserveJl.)
(Ptmyriglil. 1S'U;; i).v the MeCIuro
rjj-UK ln?lipii r.eue not only diecUd
I. bu! be:: leu.
- . They hud uever sucu businoss
like Miis:. "IVas : pitiful, shamoJ'ul
slaughter men shot like beasts in :i
ppu I here whoi t; tbey cowered elo.-e
in their searlot ranks.
Their first blazing- volley? h:ul sent
the craven Caiiadjan? scampering -back
the way they had crime; Ueaujcu, who
led the attack -wadlled almost
Ilio lirst ohm'I; bul lie yallaut youug
al.ers who led tlie motley array wavered
never an inMaiil, anjl readily hold the
Jndiau.s to their ,eas.l work.
Washington 1 i 1 (all that furious
onerjrv ainl reeklu.isl courage eoulil to
keep' the order of bailie his eomniauder
Had j.0 madly elioseiij to bold Ibc regu
lars to ihei'r blind work ami hearten
the Virginians lo say the threatened
rout, driving bis hor$o everywhere into
the thick of the murderous "ring, and
orviui: upon all alike to It cop to it
.steadily like men. lie bad but yester
day rejoined the ailvain'c, having for
almost two weeks hin stricken with a
fever in Dunbar's tainp.
A CHAEM3D LIFE.
Tie could hardly i sit his cushioucd
saddle for weakness! when the figbt be
gan; bul. when the blaze of the battle
burst, his cagomess' was suddenly like
that of one pbsscsscil, and his nnmuuity
from harm like Ilia; of one charmed.
Thrice a horse was shot under him, ;
many bullets cut ha elothiugj but bo
went without a -wijund. A like mad I
energy drove BradJock stormiug up
and dowu the breaking lines', but be
was mortally stricken at last, and
Washington alone ronaincd to exercise
such control as was'xiossiblo wheu tho
inevitable rout cam?.
It was impossible Lo hold tho ground
in sueh fashion. Ihe stubborn Brad
dock himself had orlercd a retreat ere
the fatal bullet f und him. Sixty
three out of the eimty-six officers of
bis force were killej or disabled; less
than five hundred Hen out of all the
thirteen hundred whi had but just now
passed so gallantly! through the ford
remained unhurt; tllo deadly slaughter
must havo gone on fi utter destruction.
DEATH OF jBADDOCK.
Hetroat was inoviable 'twas blessed
good fortune that i was still possible.
When onco it bega it was headlong,
Teckless, frenzied. IMio men ran wild-
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Inp her. Decorations of red rosea and
smllax wero used.
note In the Army and Navy Journal
from Fort Ethan Allen. A'erniont, states
that Miss Gladys MnConaughy spent the
holidays there as the guest ol Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sears (Miss Isabel Osborne).
Mr and Mrs. Charles Hillings wlli en
mrtaln at a-dinner tomorrow evening for
Mr. and Mrs. B, M. While of Eagle. Colo.
Or. Will L- Ellerbeck is back from, a
short business trip to the (.oust.
Mrs W. E. Cole entertained a, few
fricndB at bridge yesterday afternoon,
with a tea following, ut he'r homo on
South Main street.
Mr M A. I'elcrs entertained the
Quingcnta' club yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. 1. Ij- "Mines entertained the No
Plus Ultra club yesterday afternoon -at
her home. e 4 a
Mrs Frank WhUiioy will entertain at
i tea ;on Saturday. .January '-"), for Mlsh
Tho state society of tho Daughters ol
the -Revolution will meet Saturday at tin
Hlshop's building. fl
'Miss Leonore Watts and Paul Walton
w're married yesterday in the Salt Lake
temple and later the bridal pai'tv en
16'. im a. wedding mmper at tho hornu of
the bride's parcnta in Murray.
Til" second dunce of the Coterie club
will be given this ovenlnc in the Ladles
Literary club house. (j
The Woman's Home Missionary i-oel-otv
of the First M. E. church will give
a Voclal tonight nl th Dcaeouess home
on Fourth East H
Thf Daughters of the llandearl Plo-ic-iv
w III meet today at tho IJlshop'-.
iiiilldlng on North Main street.
Thu porllumcntary law and civics jj -flon
of the Atncrldan Woman's leagin
. blitidlv. as if hunled by , demoua
whom no. luao mi.'ht hope lo resist
bauuled 'bv the fright fill erics, mad
dened by tin; searching and secret lire
of their foes, now i-ouiiug hot, upon
liu-ir heels. Wotiudcd comradns. mili
tary stores, baggage, their very arms,
1 In v left upon (.lie ground, aliandoued.
!'ar into lbe uiglit Jli'-y ran madly ijn,
in frnn'tii' :.i.i rli for (l:- r.-iniji of lho
rear diii,ion. '-ryii-g. an !li-y ran. forj
help: th".v '' en passed 1 he en tup. iu
(hoir mp'oiitrollnble terror of pursuit.1
and went desperately on towards Ibc
settle in flits. . '
Washington and Ihc few officers and
provincials who sioniod Ibc terror
found tho utmost dillieiilty iu bringing
nj" their lriekeii general. v.Jiore bf
lay wishinsr to L'pon lho I'uurtb
lav after I b'" Via tile he died, loalhiuir
Ihe sijjii of a redcoat, liiey said, and
murmuring praises of "the blues.'' the
once despised Virginians. Thev buried
his body in the road, that ihe army
wa.':oiiK migh! pass over the 'place and
obliterate every I race of a crave their
.v.ivnge enemies might rejoice to find
A CP-AVEN COMMANDER.
lie had lived to reach Dunbar's camp,
but uot to sec the end of the shameful
rout. The terror mastered the rear
guard, too. They destroyed their ar
tillery, burned their wagous and stores,
emptied their powder into the streams,
and l heiusel ves broke iuto a disordered
feverish retreat which was a mere
Might, (heir craven commander shame
fully acquiescing, lie would not even
hold or rally them at Fort Cumberland,
but went, oil, as if upon a hurried er
rand, all the way to Philadelphia, leav
ing the fort, aiid all the frontier with
it. "to be defended by iuvulids and a
"I acknowledge," cried Diuwiddie,
''U wa3 not brought up to arms: but I
think common sense would havo pre
vailed not to leavo the frontier exposed
after having opened a road over the
mountains to tho Ohio. b.y which the
enemy can the more easily invade us.
The whole conduct of Colonel Dunbar
seems to bo monstrous."' And so. in
deed, it was.
But tho colonies at large had little
timo to think of it. Governor Shirley
had jrono against Niagara only to find
the Frcuch ready for him at every
point, now that they had read Brad
aock's papors, taken at Thiqucsuc, and
to como back, acain without doinc any
thing. BeaiiRcjonr had been taken in
Acadia, but it lay apart from the main
field of struggle. Johnson beat the
French off at Lako Geortrc -when they j
attacked him. and took "Dieskaut their I
commander; but he contented himself
with that, and left Crown Point un
touched. Thcro wero other frontiers
besides those of Virginia and Pennsyl
vania to bo looked to and guarded.
THREE YEARS OF FRENCH SUC
For throe lone years did the fortunes
of -tho Euirlish settlements cro steadily
from danger to desperation, as tho
French and their savage allies advanced
from victory" to victory. Tn 1756 Os
wego was taken; in 1757. Fort William
ITeniy. Commander succeeded coni-
wlll meet this evening for the regular
study at 21S South Main street.
The College club will hold its regular
meeting this afternoon with Mrs V. K.
Tyndalo at 70S Second avenue.
There will be an Important meeting
of victor lodge No. SO. auxiliary to the
G. of L. E. and F.. this afternoon at
o clock at Eagles hall.
SCHOOL BOARD HAS
NOT SETTLED STRIKE
The board of education met iu execu
tive session again yesterday afternoon
to consider the high school strike, but
adjourned without coming to a definite
decision, It will meet again at 1:15 this
afternoon to take up the same subject.
It in possible that the board will call
uppn the bondsmen of the present con-,
tractors to mako good the losses the
board may sustain as a result of the
delay in the construction of tho school
building. It is possible, also, that the
eontiQcisi will be raneeled If tho terms
are uot complied with and new contracts
let. Just what Its legal rights are In
m:eh an Issue is puzzling the board.
Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
DR, T. Follx Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautlflar.
HeiuoTM Tad. PlmplM,
SqSyJk Freckle. Moth TMchtJ,
iZ&reZW. and SUo IHecaito,
f S. jSy ( iccopltocouotrr-
'Goiiraud' kpni'l thi 1-oit hermtul" T all ttie
Goods DulcrsjHc OuliciJ Stiti,Oou'Ja and Europe.,
FERD.T.HOPKSW & SOH, Frop.37 BrLJeoes SUlfc
r -ty , L-ljH
' 1 SSs
To havfi, suffered the tortures of ec
zema, acne. Itch, etc.. for yeara, and to
suddenly find that tho trojblc has die
appeared after a short treatment with
Poslam. Is to experience satisfaction dif
ficult to express. Thiy is the story told
dally from nil parts ,of Mic country of
the aetual aceomnllalmcUa of Poslam
the perfect ekln remedy, yor.'t akin
o;Jo arc r-ulekly era f leafed by Poslam
itching I.': stopped it &neo. Common
troubles, such as plmpbs, red noses
rahes. etc.. respond ei readily that
over-night treatment ii oten sufficient.
POSLAM; SOAP teaUlfles complex
ions: makes skin oft anf velvctv; puri
fies tiie scalp: bilnge halth to hair.
All druggists :cll Pcilam (prlr0, 0
cents) and Poslan Soap price. 25 cents)
For froo samples' wrlt to the Emer
gency LaboratorW. "1 Vest 25th Street
Now York CUv.
Schraiiiin-JohntfU. DDga. "The Ncbcr
Substitutors," Fift (n) Oood Stores.
mandcr amonc lo F.nrJish. onlv to add
blunder to blun?r, Jajlure to failure.
And all the ile it foil to Washing
ton, Virginia V-hief stay in her des
perate troublcio stand steadfastly to
the hopeless wk of keeping 350 miles
of 'frontier w-J a few hundred men
against prow)g bands of savages,
masters of thcrafi of swift and secret
attack, "dcxtpus, at skulking," in a
country "mcitainous and full of
swamps aud llow wavs covered with
For twenty oars now sottlors bad
been coming jcadilv into this wilder
ness that lajin aud dowu upon the
nearer slopes lho great mountains
Germans, Se Irish, a hardy breed.
Their Bcttlcnlts lay scattered far aud
near anions ) foothills and valleys.
Their men i'c valiant aud stout
hearted, quicjvitb the rifle, hard as
Hint wheu tl were once afoot to
revenge thcin'vcs for murdered wives
and ehildrenfl comrades.
But how cq they, scattered as they
wore, meet tie covert sallies in the
dead of niglj-a sudden rush of men
with torchosvc keen knife, the. auiek
rifle? The cirv filled with fugitives,
for whom .hsbineton's militiamen
could find nou- food nor 6holer.
WASHINGTS. TENDER HEART.
"The supptinn tears of tho wo
men, and mojr petitions of the men,"
cried tho yol commander, "melt mcj
into such dei sorrow that I solemn-1 -
ly doclare, i'know my own mind, 1
could offer n'lf a willing sacrifice to
the butcherj enemy, provided that
would contrjO to the peoplo's ease.
T would bfi willinz otforincr to
sage fury'd die by inches to save
a people." (
It was afford to know, at least,
that he waited and believed in.
The Burgeshad thanked him under
the very' st of Braddock's defeat,
in terms w. could not Vie doubted
siucore. In) von' thick of his deep
troubles, wlbe would have guarded
tho hclnlcsPDle of the border, but
could not, hel Fairfax could send
him word p Williamsburc. "Your
good healtil fortune are the toast
at evory taj' "Our colonel," wrote
a young co in arms, "is an ex
ample of fade in either danger or
hardships, j"bv bis easy, polito be
havior hasued not only the regard
but afl'ectrf both officers and sol
But it jail tbo steadiness that
had been or bred in him to en
dure tho 'in of the dishoartenintr
task, fromih he could not in honor
break awslis plans, he complained,
were'"toftPProvcd. tomoi-row con
demned."' was bidden to do what
was impof; It would require fewer
men to giinst Ducuesne agaiu aud
remove ttuse of dauaer than to
prevent affects while the cause
rotnainedny of the ofiicors were
careless j inefficient, many of his
men urut- "Your honor will. .1
hope, ex my hanging instead of
shootingj, " be wrote to tho gov
ernor: "ivoyed much moro terrors
to othetd it was for example's
sako thalid it. ' '
It waist as of fire for a vonnc
colonel i twenties.
Tomoj "' Washincrtou 's Court
Weatlrecast for Salt Lake City
Snow "lay and Friday,
Comps weather data at Salt Lalo
Lake Cnuary 15, 31.'l:
Hlgh'nperaturo today was ID de- .
rrees: 0t in this month since 1ST
was 6(oes: lowest last night was
37 degowest this month slnee 1871
was :3fces below zero; mcun tcm
pcratir today was 1" degrees; nor
mal y degrees; accumulated dc
llclenca the first of the month is 5G
Rolajmidity at 6 n. m. today was
49 pet relative humidity at G p, m.
todays per cent.
Totllpttatlon 'Tor the twenty-four
hours? nt 6 p. m. today was none;
totalis month to date Is .37 of an
inchjjnulatod deficiency for this
montute is .30 of an inch.
Suj at 7r5l a. in. and sots at
. - oil -3 io
q Z 3'S -E
SAJiCE j 3 371 -00
Boil A2' 161 -10 .00
Che I 154 4S! .12 .U0
Cliil 42 44 :I2 .00
Dqt 10 56 :1S .00
'Dov 44' OS' 321 .00
DUT 201 211 14 ,00
1M. 31 40J S3 .00
Gif.ction -l' 32 6 .00
I la. ' 2 24 -00
III 40 42 22 .00
Til ' . SO 42 16 .00
.TaTic f8 6t 52 .00
Iflitv 52 56 40 .00
IM " 3S 46 P,0 .00
llh'c's 50 52 46 .76
Mi :iS 42 6 .00
MJ 12 14 4' .00
Nhns I os ;30i -00
Nij I 'JO 12 2S1 -00
'i<o ! 40 oil 13- .00
Cf 5S H2 40 .00
- . ' o l .'.SJ aui .00
B I 42' 42 S6I ,00
.S or" ' '12 4S .t4 .06
!i,r ' so -is .oo ;
' 40 44 34 .24
a 52 G6 IS .00
, 50 52! oil .04 .
f 32 34! is .00
II a -Ill II 31! .01 ;
1 .jj jnl s .no '
'".'.'.'l 30! 40 26' .m I
'i i "i!....: -,.51 .!-. .os j
ion ig not 21 .00 j
...II ."....1 gf 14 2' .00 t
elites hclow zero. j I
I Most Popular Models in I
ECZEMA SO BAD
tfeto Gteers of Plmpias Itched
fad fernd, Almost Unbearable,
Walked Floor Continually. Cuti
enrt Soap and Oirrtmeni Cured,
JfsiKted. Ore. "My fSfchor had. ecrem
ptad-tti4hacoadjnoekp. The troublo
begaa ttT lraklng erert to small pimples on
this tiioruJders. Thare Tret
Uttla clusters cf too pimples
and tfiay Itched and. burned
until tt iras almost unbear
able. Us could not eat nor
riecp. tte rallo9d tbe floor
contnnsIly for two days
aad two irffh4a. Hecotdd
bo bear cjo&ias of an
kfasd to touch the ore. They extended
tsxmO. baSttmr croa )da chert In front. nd
ksafaray tsxom bis back:
"Be ed dffiers4 fated of Jve bat jot
so witef wbaAerrer. It kept getting wore.
Ho had had tea trouble about weei wIvk
we aw a teattmonial of a gH who had been
oared br it OuScara Soap and Otntawmi,
co wo tbcraarlvts tto wovld try them. We got
tho Oatfantra Soop nd Ointment that rvrf
dor nd he started to use ihtvn. and eoold
ca tmporement aftr Ti-riny them the e
oad day. By tbo end of tea days my Tntbtr
w rttrey etcred; evtry lore tu bss2d op
by Outfcsrra Soap and Ointment." (Signed)
Miss Made Wilson, Jane 21, loie.
Oatfcum Soap and Ointment do no rnoch
for poor eoinnlcaloQS, rod. rongh hands, nd
dry, thin and falling hair, and cost bo SMIe
that it 1b afaost criminal not to use ibem.
Sold by dealers throughout fcb worJd. Lib
eral nampio of cash maflod frea, with fl9-p.
book 00 the akin and scalp. Addresa'poat
card "Outicora, Dept. T, Boston."
9-Tea6er-tetd men should use Cuticura
oap Shaving- Stick. S60. Sample fres.
WHAT IS DRY
Well, it depends on who 'joes It. It
don't mean much in some pluces just
a soaking in gasoline leaving the dirt
In places nnd taklnsr it out in places
and making the suit worse thun before
it was cleaned. But at the layers
Cleaning & Dyeing companv it means I
just four diffcront processes; First, the
ciotnes go into the "dust tumbler," 11
vacuum cleaner revolving 210 times n
minute, which takes ever,' particle of
dust out by dry healed air: second, they
are taken to one of the njany big auto
matic washers, where there Js a con
tinual stream of nuphtha slicked through
and through it, reaching .every thread
and effectually removing ' every sflaln
and grouse spot: third, they go to the
"extractor," revolving 1200 revolutions
a minute, which lakes cut every trace
of naphtha: fourth, they go to the big
drying room, whore a ourrent of dry
hot air prepares them for the pressing
machhioe. Finally they are pressed by
tho latest improved machine not tho
old kind that scorch, bn; the new steam
machine, which presacn perfectly and
gives new life to thu fabric instead of J
scorching the Jifc out of it.
All this care is gl-en your clothes,
and the added fcatuii of insurance
agaiu6t - I03S by fire, and prompt deliv
ery at no greater expense than tho
smaller concerns charge for inferior ser
vice. You arc welcoms to sec the pro
cess work any time bu choose to call
at the plant. s
, tiff AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AHU dHILtf. ; 1
Mkb. WinsloWs SoorniNij Syrup has bscn
titled for over SIXTY YJARfc by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS for Incir CIT1 J.DKEN WHILE
TfvKTHINC. with PURVECT SUCCESS. V
SOOTKHS tlic CHim, SOFHNS the G DM3,
ALLAYS all PAT.V ; CVRKS WIND COLIC, aai
Ja the best reasedy fot'DIARRHCEA. It Is a b- 1
eolutely hirtnlesi. P sure aiid s?k for "JXt& j
Wlnglcnr'fl Scathing Sfrup. And tske no oth
kind. Trreoty.fiTectit3B boftlt. l'
- v ' jH
j Project' I
,$2.50 to $16&00 H
The new jtfausch
and Lonib ;feldp
slides on a' screeiV--j
with -perfect clear- r
We furnish "an 1
operator and rent
three machines. : '
337 Main $jL
Deposits of this '
bank increased MM
over $1,200,.000 JfijM
in 1912. fM H
"Thorn's a reason." 111 111 ll
Walker ' ft
! Brothers S M
Bankers ' ill
Foundod 1850. lvJ jH
Capital $500,000, jgJjl
Aow. of all 1 iincs, is tbe time
when jou need :sood coal. You, arc IH
entitlud to full heat as well as full jH
' o uuaruntce both. iH