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, . LKI1I BANNER. SATURDAY. NQVEMDER 28, 1914. I
I 1 MAIL ORDERS"
BBf We ate putting (oitli out belt elToiti to
BH teiveout out ol town cuilorneii thi. year.
BR Wrllo in curly n uc- think thnt it c ran be
HH 'il valtintile nfflHiinci. to you In ynttr
Hi holiday iurrlino. Our line la thu new-
nt onJ most cumtilvtu.
jB jalt LArve a rx utam
HBJ Mnkr i .fewi-try
EVJ I tho merry waltz of Ufa wo should
0J lcnrn to roverso gracefully.
H A UTAH PRODUCT
BHH VaJj!W m
HttH "i-'A.mC.Wi..,. ..m,. 1
j ilJ"m"" rLlrf muT r
HH "Another Cup, Please!"
HEfll Tliat'i what you'll lay ado you laite the
BjBjX (tfih, "ocr -tlie-iea" flavor of I lewlttl'i
Hnj Luncla Tea. Full half-pound package 25c.
HI Luneta Tea
jH A man with a peck of troublo raroly
Kj9 hides It under a bushel.
K IKiM c"a"""!
Hb John Scoworoft at Sons' Co., Oitden,
HO aland firmly behind ovorv product of
H;j their factory. Buy NEVEK.RII Over-
HJu B alls, knowing tliat If you a,rs dlasatla-
BBf, U fled your dealer will roplaoo them.
HE g Wo will repay him. Get Nover.Klps.
Kl WAS FAITHFUL TO THE END.
H Claim Agent Would Not Admit There
Hi Had Deen a Wreck.
Hn A reporter on a Kansas City papor
HH was among thoso on a relief train
Bff that was being rushed to tho scene
Hi ' a railway wreck In Missouri. About
H tho first victim tho Kansas City ro-
Hk portor saw was a man sitting In th
RE road with his back to a fence. lid
Bw bad a black oyo, his faco was somo
Hfl what scratched and his clothos wero
Hl badly torn but ho wus entirely calm
Hfl Tho reporter Jumped to tho sldo of
HB tho man against tho fenco.
HB "How many hurt?" ho naked of th
HM prostrato ono.
K8 "Haven't heard of anybody bolng
HBX hurt," said tho battered person.
Hw "What was tho causo of the
H "Wreck? Haven't heard of an?
H "You havon't heard of any wreck?
H Who aro you, anyway?"
Bfl "Well young man, I don't know
9 that that's any of your business, but
RJ I am tho claim agent of this road."
Hfk A Hint for Sick People.
HBjil Wo learn on good authority that
mRu guaranteed mcdlclnos for catarrh und
ItwSft chronic diseases can bo obtained
KtAlfB cheaply by sending direct to tho lab-
ttrSji oratory of tho Emckny Company, l)o
Rijjw 997-z, Salt Lako City, Utah, for sol
3JkQ diagnosis blanks and freo medical
HS book. They refund monoy It no beno-
HF if fit results. Adv.
Kfjf His Choice.
Hffi Landlady I'll glvo you just three
5)SBJ days In which to pay your rent.
tfKI Student All right. I'll tako tho
S Fourth of July, Christmas and East-
HB er. Cornoll Widow.
Ttt-VSJJ The Cynic.
j-wJP "Paw, why did they glvo Ujo offl-
mBlti ccra tho medals?"
Hfvfljp "For bravery, son."
Hnff "What's bravery, paw?"
HN' "Woll, In most cases It's having the
Hrtl luck to commnna n lot of mighty good
BUl dlghtera." Clovelaud I'luln Dealer.
Ej Couldn't Let Him Go.
H$ I Tho Sire So you havo to tako an-
HE I other examination. Didn't you pass?'
Hr! $ Tho Son Say, I passed so well
Hj$"fi was encored and now I havo to do i
K all over again. SL I'aul Dispatch.
W i A Reigning Fad,
Bp I Nora What's Uiura so puffed up
1 about thoso days? Has she "contract-
HKwS cd an alliance?"
Kfti Dra Oh. no! Sho's tho owner o
Hgjf a coupU of prize winning dogs, that's
Dl nil! Judgo.
BSji An Important Question.
Hl? Father I hear that Professor Wlso-
Hn4 man, tho prophet, declares that the.
HEtti world will como to an end next
HM Christmas day.
Hjf Tommy Hcforo or after dinner, pa?
BA The Deduction.
Hff Tho Lady So you aro a hero of the
HH Tho Tramp Yes, ma'am.
HE Tho Lady Tlion what did you do
H with all the' monoy you received writ-
HnT jng for tho magazines?
Hk Pretty Good Indication.
Mwi "I'm certain ho loves mo," said the
JHjptf suburban girl.
H!E "How's that?"
JBfn " "It Is a four-mllo walk to town. Ho
"RIP' ! misses tho last car about twlco a
Y week, but ho. still keens calling."
UTAH STATE NEWS
Stanley Oborno, 82 years of ago, a
resident of Ogdett slnco 18VS, Is dead
of general doblllty.
Estlmote Is inndo that there aro 111".,-)
000 cattle on tho ranges In tho stato
of Utah, worth $3,398,000 and 412,000
sheep valued at $1,771,000.
Clyde Dniko, 13 years of ago, acci
dentally shot and seriously wounded
himself while exniiiliilng an automatlo
plHtol at his homo In Salt Lake.
Out ol u total of C2.C00.000 acres of
land lu Utah, C.G per cent may bo con
sidered farm lands, whllo 2 (. per cont
was actually under cultivation In
Illood poisoning caused from an ul
cerated tooth resulted In tho death
In IliiutHvlllu of Claronco Jensen, 22
enio of ago. Ho had been 111 ono
llrlco Markay, aged 22, was prob
ubly fatally Injured when ho wns shot
during an altercation at Murray Two
Greeks havo been held, charged with
Formal call for tho llrst annual tax
convention to bo held In Salt Lako
December 17 anil 18, to discuss eiiuull
zation of taxation, has been Issued by
Thomas F. Kearns, D2 years of age,
a ranchman of (lunnlson, died at u
Salt Itko hospital after a lingering Ill
ness which began when bo Injured his
back lu a fall.
Miss Floronco Chrlsteiisen of Salt
Ijiko wus awarded tho statu prl.u of
$300 for tho best painting entered In
tho Utah Art Institute's exhibit, which
was held at Ogduu.
Sliver Allegros, 42 years of ago, was
killed in tho Apex mlno at Illngham,
when a heavy rock fell upon him,
striking him on tho head. It was his
llrst shift In tho Apox mlno.
Dr. A. Carrlngton Young, stato vet
orlnarlan, will resign from his present
position as soon as a man can bo
found to tako his placo, according to
a statement mado by Dr. Young.
Cereals covered 300,000 acrus In tho
stato of Utah In 1911, their cslmnto
vnluo being C,D20,000. Sugar beets
covering 28,000 ncres aro shown to
attained a valuation of 2,C80,000.
Tho llrst carload of exhibits for
tho Panama-California exposition nt
San Diego left Salt Lake Sunday. It
wus loaded with furnkuro and with
agricultural and horticultural exhibits.
Itoadbed for tho Ixgan-Iowlston ex
tension of tho Ogdcn, IyOgan & Idaho
Hallway company has been complet
ed, and within a few days tho road
will bo ready for tho operation of cars.
Tho second of a bcrlcs of farmers
und housekeepers' Institutes was hold
November 21 at tho Draper ward meet
ing houso and was attended by 250
farmers and their wives and daugh
ters. li Scott Woodward, ono of tho most
prominent mining men In tho Inter
mountain region, died nt Salt Laku
from Uright's disease and pneumonia.
Ho had been bcrlously 111 only four
Ono year ago on November 21, tho
futllo hunt for Raphael Iopcz was bo
gun. Ueforo It ended in failure, on
January 3 of tho present year, It had
cost tho Uvea of six men, slain by tho
Mexican, und moro than $25,000 In
It Is shown thnt tho hay nnd forago
crop lu tho stato of Utaii lu 1911 cov
ered 105,000 ncres and had an cstl
mato valuation of $7,430,000. Alfalfa
led, having covored a total of 2S 1,000
acres with uu estimated valuation of
Grazed by a bullet that passed
through tho glass wind shield of his
automobile, County Comiklssloncr Mo
roni Skeeu of Ogdcn, had a narrow
escape. It la not known who II rod tho
shot, or whothor It was Intended for
Tho city mnrehal at Eureka has In
his possession about 150 counterfoil
silver dollars which wero found In tho
astern part of tho city by tvso small
bojs who wero playing near an old
building. Just how the coins got there
ao ono seems to know.
Tho city commission of Ogdcn will
ask tho legislature to extend tho bond
limit of tho city. Tho action of tho
sommlsslon followed n decision to
spend nbout $100,000 lu Improvements,
Including a now Rewer outlet on tho
Weber rler about llvo miles west of
George Moore, chauffeur, chnrged
with murder In tho ilrst degree in
'onnection with the death of Mrs.
Sadie Wllklns. at Salt Lako, hover
il months ago, pleaded guilty to vol
jntnry manslaughter and has been
sentenced to from ono to ten years lm
prisonment. If tho city commission of Salt Lake
has Its way in its present franchise
legotlatlons with tho Utah Light fc
Traction company, transfers will havo
to bo Issued to passengers on tho
'reot rullwny system at any tlmo tho
isaenger makea request for ono w hllo
tiu lb on tho car,
Cora Cowing, known also as Mrs.
James L. McGlvorn, died at Salt Iiko
as tho result of a knlfo wound receiv
ed during a brawl at the Wasatch
I-'ish club, Thirteenth South and Ninth
East, tho morning of November 10.
McGlvorn Is charged with stabbing
Mrs. James McCabe is Bufferlug
'rom a daiigerous bullot ound recelv
ed whllo walking along tho Illo Grande
tracks at Eureka. A 2-momim.old
baby and another child imrrowly oi
'aped injury at the same time It U
ol kuowu who nred the sb.it i
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John Wanamakcs racrcy ship Thclma ns sho Bailed from Philadelphia with her cargo of supplies for tho suffer
ing Uelglans. and at the right, tho great merchant cheering tho vessel on her way.
WHERE TURKEY MAY STRIKE AT ENGLAND
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Entrance of tho Suez canal at Port Said, Egypt, with statuo of Ferdinand do Lessops In tho center.
DRIVING THE GERMANS FROM THE COAST
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This photograph, taken from a passing steamer, shows onooftho English destroyers engaged In bombardini tl.n
Germans lu tho Helglan ports which they occupied until driven back from tho sea by tho Uritlsh shells
GETTING MILE OF PENNIES
Miss Mary Decker daughter of ( ap.
tnlu Decker of tho I' s S Tci.ml,
see. whoso launch was fired go uj
the Turks at Smrna. Is tulpirK u,o .
women of Wnshington to iii,..t
mllo of ponnlwt" for the relief of v
Gives Savings for Relljf.
i ,r--in' A ,'""l" servant girl wh,
had J2G 0 ,ionof,,t , ,10 iohI o(
TZ T Wr0, l0 tl10 Ptinaht,.r
general: "Ploaso. sir. close my account
fund ,nd the ret . ,h r"
FROM GULF TO GREAT LAKES
A train of barges and two tuga, laden with ennnnn , . - .
gum and oak, recently completed tho rocord KaSSf ir, t.C:rrI'l,u,'m,m rci
i Now Orlmns to Chicago via tho WnmwXy? 1"" n,M fr"'B
One of tho barges is hero seen ,. tho I0fo , ", a SptT'lir
WHY CATChTcoTrr I
One-hali of th. DeaVh.LD
thirds of the Sloknw. 1,'SL 1
Nothing could be of Brett,.;
Interest to the family than .l',11!
how to avoid catching cold tao,r H
COLDS ThAT KILL I
If It be true, aa ono fatnou.V .
says, that catching cold 1. 0c,(lr
avoided, think what It means t b
thirds of tho sickness that LJ"0,
presses tho people would be ZP;
Serious Interfe-cnco with i bJ.?4'1
Tho anguish of anxious parent, i"1
blasting of many brilliant a h
All these things would bo
done away with If people kn. ieljr
to avoid catching 'cold. kn(SLV
cold is a very common cxperlenca ,f
numerous households. Peotil. I h
CAN BE AVOIDED.
I-woolo aro taught In the "ni, ,
Life" how to avoid the ctaww
drain that catching cold makesbS
tho vital organs. Get It and re
nnd Judge for yourselves of its ,,!
and practicability. It s IumT
the PcrunaJa, of Columbus. Ohla
itlmulato the torpid llvtr, atrtntthtn ik.
Blatantly augar coated. Small doic. PrlccUc,
eacy, andharmtfnf,of AMItjrrhoU ViJJr K
B vaceliutrd NOW by you, PhnitUnfi?!
yout family. It li more lul thin houMlnJS H
Alk youi phjnletin, drusulit. or tend for "mi H
you had TypholW tclllne of Typhoid" JS? I
TIIC CUTTCR UBOBATORY, BtCRUtY fw" H
noDuciaairicciait a uhiioem u. .. ,, IJr. H
FOUND TIME FOR AMENITIES I
How British and Doers Exchanged I
Compliments During the Long I
Siege of Klmberley. H
During tho Doer war Mr. Rhodes I
waa shut up In Klmberley, and tho I
Doora constantly shelled tho townvuh H
long-rango artlllory. They were tot I
very successful, for with 300 big shells I
thoy only killed 12 ieoplc. H
Meantime, Air. Ilhodes accomplished I
tho extraordinary feat of getting a H
cannon built at his works Inside th H
town. It was a regular modern riled I
gun, and fired shells also homemade H
on each of which was stamped, B
"With compliments of C. J. Ilhodes."
Tho Iiocrs themselves wero not with- I
out a eonso of Junior. During Christ- I
mas, 1S99, thoy wero besieging Lady- I
smith, and on Christmas evo tbey fired I
ton plugged shells into tho town each I
with a plcco of plum pudding Inside,
and each bearing tho words, "With the B
Two of tho shells wero found br ti
garrison, and It was discovered tilt.
Ilko Mr. Ilhodea', they v,cro home
made, having been cast In a foundry
Safe Either Way.
A farmer In a cyclono district wts
building a superb stono wall. He as
building tho wall stanch and solid, flf
feet across tho baso and foar feet high.
A stranger stopped his liorso and said
to tho ftrmor:
"You'ro taking a lot of trouble wlti
"You hot," tho farmer answered.
"I'm putting hor hero to stay."
"What's tho good of that?" snetred
Iho stranger. "A cytfiono'll como along
and sho'll blow over Just tho same."
"Well, lot her." said tho fanner.
"Sho'll bo a foot higher If she does."
When a woman looks In her mirror"
sho is nblo to sco herself as other
women seo hor.
Tho accomplished flatterer Ant
practices on himself.
You needn't take any
body's word for the superior
ity of Post Tonsties
Get a package from your
Grocer, pour some of the
crisp, sweet flakes into a dish,
add cream or milk, ana a
sprinkle of sugar if you wish.
I Then be the judge of
made from the hearts oHhe
finest Indian Corn, skilfullj
cooked, seasoned, rolled and
Tonstien are not ordinary
"corn flakes," so remember
when you want Superior Corn
Flakes-to ask your grocer lot"