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L FHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1920.
I SPEAKER GAINS
! Whales His Way From Fourth;
1 to Second Place in One
CHICAGO, July 17. As a result of
H - a senatlnn1 batting drive. Trls
H Speaker, manager of ihe Cleveland In-1
B iltans. today threatens to oust Georgfl
Sisler. tr flr.it baseman with St
H Louis, from tin- belting leadership of
the Amcilcan league
H Speaker wnalea Ins from
H fourth place to second within a week,
H driving oui eighteen hits ight
H games, and boosting Ma uv.-rasc from
S85 to ,403, Slsler's '"(
Jot Ja- kson, tn Chicago slugger, li
I trailing Speaker wh h an average ol
H 9, while Babe' Kuth, the home-,
I i run king, dropped trom
fourth place with mark ot .892.1
H Kuth was batting ,186 a week ago.
1 Ruth, in addition to his
H home-run drive. Is leading the league
H in scoring, having crossed the plate
H SI time.. Rice oi Washington, tailed
to steal any bases duiing the week,
H iut his 15 remain nigh.
u i i, i K i l vim i:s
H Other leading batters Klce, Wash-
H Collins. CblUlgo, .N4VJ Mil. in.
H Washington, 3.4-. Meusel, New YorK.',
H ' 849; Hendrix. Boston, 887; EErlCkSon.
B Washington, . 333; Jacokson, St. Louis,
H .929; I'elach, Chicago, .328; jQhnston;
H i ie eland. .326; Chapman, Cleveland.!
H hSlmer Smith, Cleveland. .484;
H nnis, Uoston. .922; Detroit,
H Although Kayrs of Boston, is on j
H in). In National league an
H 1 averagi -U'3, uoger Hornsby,
H St. Louts star, continued to be the real
H I pleader with an average of .360. Horne-
bj has played in 81 games as com
H 1 pared with il for the Boatonian.
1I 'Ml lit N III I I I K
Cy Williams ot Philadelphia; thej
leafllng home-run hitter, boosted his
total above the nine mark ill bun
H I stealing, Mas Carey of IMttebure con-
H I tinues lo show tin- way with
H j of 32 an advance of four
H week. Other leading bailors Smith,
H 1 New York. .33a, Kbnetchy, BrooKiyn,
i 1 .329; Roush, Cincinnati; .828; Twmn-
H blj'. Chicago. .326; Qfoh,
B i .322; Nicholson. Pittsburgh,
H locher. Chicago, Smith,
H Louis. .349; Ai :. Brooklyn,
With an average of .358 He:, 'lineup
H of Ixmisville ri m ui s In jn-s ss'.on of,
H the American batting hoi.-i
H t ors. Hartley of Columbus is in sec-
B j ond place with 355. Itapp. of St. Paul, I
dethroned Leo his team
Hrf tnate, as the leading stealer.
B hanging up a
a Margrave of and Brlci
B Kansas City, again home-run.
leaders, being Lied
H1 Otiier leading VVicklana,
H 'Toledo. .351, Jennings, Mfnneapolle,
I nr. Built il!lws
H --ney, Kansas City. .331: Wade, Miniie-'
H spoils, Uapp, St
H j "Good, Kansas Ciy, Maeewy, !
WE6TKRN L&AGI I ,
B (lagging twelve hits In eight gaun
H .save Yarynn of Wichita, (he batting
H j leadership of t lie Western league. He'
B is hitting .363. w,th Bogarl of Jop-I
H ltn, who was trading a week ago. In
H second with 96i. Carl the
H Wichita pitcher. batting 37b.
only been In khiii.
H Ice of Omaha,
B pace for the base stealers with a
H total of 20. while Beck of Wichita,
high in home-run hitting I
H ther leading batters Shi t St,
H Joseph. 361; Platte. 3-i.
H Beck, Wichita, .338; Coffey.
H Hrannon, Tulsa. .32b; r. JOp-
H 325; Crosby,
ARMY ALASKAN FLYERS
LEAVE ERiE TOMORROW
H KR1E. Pa., July 16. The three
H army airplanes which arrived hoe
H last night in their flight from Mlneola
H to Nome, Alaska, will not leave Erie
H tomorrow morning. was an
H - nounced by the fliers here this after-
Reg U. ;. Pat Office
Hoot tho Substi-toot"
Call ar.cl See Mc for Ycur
Lowest Pnces Consistent With
2428 Hudson Phone 792-M
Excited Crowds Gather When
Reparation Is Made for
Pulling Down Banner.
BERLIN. Julv 17 I)r Haniel von
Hal mho. use n, under-aecretary of for-,
ein affairs, with Herr Moll, counselor
of tho government lepreseiitlng the,
prefect of jiolice, paid a personal visit1
to tin- French mbassy tiiL afternoon
to express official regret over the re-
moval on Wedneadaj of a French flag
boisted over tb French embassy In I
honor of Bastllo Day. Herr Moll an
nounced the arrest of the guilty per-1
Later a company of reichswehr.
with .n Officer at the head, filed past
the embassy portico! The soldiers
turned and stood at intention while
the trl-color was hoisted. Then they
in. in bed jiw.iv singing Dculschland
I ber Alles." The crowd and the po
lice guards Joined In the singing.
Pending the arrival of Dr. Haniel von
Halmhauaen and Herr Moll crowd I
had learned of the proposed salute ofl
the French flag by the German troops!
and iher- were cries of "shame," as
the saluting company .ipproached the!
The reichswehr saluting for, e hal
not actually left the embassy precincts,
when the men broke lustily Into i
I . utat bland L'ber Alles " The French
officers, who apparently had been
pleased lip to that moment, seemed
dumbfounded. They lingered for s
moment on the root and portico, en
goged in excited cohversatlon and then
disappeared into the embassy build
ing. The secrecy with which the Ger-1
nwin government arranged the cere-!
mony of saluting the French flag at
the French embassy to atone for the
pulling down hi the French flag on
Bastile day is believ ed to have saved I
Berlin front what would inevitably'
iii,' developed into s serious popular
outbreak. No one knew beforehanil '
thai th mllltarj dilute was to take!
placr and the newspapers learned of'
It only Just before going to press. But'
In their abbreviated reports they pre
:'g.' an outburst of editorial indignation.
RESENT ACT OF
Galveston City Officers, Shorn
of Power, May Appeal to
GALVESTON. Tex., July 16 Gal-i
veston'S municipal officialdom today I
found It icl f superseded by members
of the Texas militia with the exocu-i
tlon by Brigadier-General J. F. Wol-!
lers of orlt-rs issued b Governor V.
P. Hobb that city authorities be sua-1
pended and restrained from interfer-'
ehce with enforcement of the state's!
The governor's order marked an
other hnpte.r In the' dock workers'!
The it uiiijiil...,iop-rs, riftor an:
all-nlcht session, tasueVi a statement
denying categorically Governor Hob
by's charges of alleged neglect of duty
In connection with the strike.
Addressed to the citizens of Galvrs-!
ton and tho state of Texas, the state-,
ment '-barged the governor with
' autocratically and arbitrarily tramp
ling the rights of citizens under his
feet" and warntfd the governor that
any further encroachment upon the
, rights of the people of this city to
j govern themselves ,o resisted by
application to the federal courts."
BELA KUN AND HIS '
SENT TO RUSSIA
VIEKNA, July 1C. (By The
Associated Press.) Bela Kin.
former director of Hungary and
:ill the communists whose cxtra
dition has been demanded b
Hungary, left Vlennu last night
) for ltuysia. by way of Germany,
I in u prisoner's convoy.
BODY OF CLUBMAN
FOUND LYING IN BAY
(lERKELEV Cel., July 1 7 The
bod ol Deiinle J. K ine of Berkele
J wealthy clubman and yacht man, wai
found in the waters of Soa Publu ba '
r u search for two weeks follow
ing his it K-ipp:-ranee. it believed
It wandered Into the bay during an
attacM of aphas'a, from which he had
be-n oceaslonall;- a victim. There wa
a t'onslderablv amount of money in
his clothing. Kcane had resided 30
years In Berkeley.
A honey-sueklng bird with a ring
of white feathers around tl-.e even In
found In the southeastern hemisphere.
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
II Any Make of Car
I 2254 Wash Ave Phone 776
ASSIMILATION OF !
"We Are Ready for American
Melting Pot." Says Leader
of Jap Society.
STOCKTON, Cal., Jul 1 7 The
possibility of Japanese assimilation!
Into the American population w & n
gued pro ahd con In the closing hour,
todn of testimony regarding the Jap-'
anese question In California before the!
Immigration and naturalisation com-j
mlttee of the house of representatives I
America la ; melting pot and f
are ready to ! melted.' Merlared Yo
Busukl, president ol the Japanese ns
Boolatlon of Stbckton, We think we
tan be assimilated and all our effortu
,ue to beco,.:e Americanized. W' leach
oui children to fight for America "
'lolenily opjiost-d to this theoiy was I
it. Jacooe, o Stoci;ton attorney.!
who said 'hat talk of social aSBlmlla-j
tion would lead lo "Joy rides of big;
Japanese boys and American girls.'
"N'lnety-tis f per cent of the people
of California would ote .igalust in-ter-marriage,"
Aft, i hesftlns numerous witnesses
the conurcssme u left by boHt for San'
1 i.inclsco, where they will resume
their sessions tomorrow.
The committee plans to go to south-1
el n California next week.
Allies Will Aid Germany
to Pay Her Indemnity
i ontlnued From Page On i
coal output by a commission on which1
Germany shall be- represented. This i
agreement shall be submitted for the
approval of the reparations commis
sion, Fifth- -The commission, on whu h '
Germany shall be represented, shall:
ireel forthwith at Essen. Us purpose'
will be to seek means by which con-'
dltlons of life among the miners frith
regard to food ami clothing can bo1
improved with a view to the better
working of the mines
VLTt UN M IX E OF IN s in
Sixth The allied governments de
i lar, i heir readiness lo make advances
to Germany cu.ua 1 in amount to the
difference between the price paid un-
dei purygraph two of the above and;
in- export price of German coal f. 0,
1". in German ports, or Ihe English I
export price f. o b In English ports,
v lilchever ino be the lowest as laid 1
down in paragraph slx-B of annex 5.'
part 8. of the treaty of Versailles. I
i'bese advances shall be made In ac
cordance with articles 23C and 251 of
the treaty of Versailles. They shall!
enjoy absolute priority over all other
allied claims on Germany The ad-
M.nces shall be made at the end of j
each month in accordance with the j
number of tons delivered and at the
average f. o. b. price of coal during
the period Advances on account!
hall be made by the allies at the end!
of the first month without waiting fori
the exact figure.
Seventh if by November 16. 1920.
!t is ascertained that the total deliv
eries lor August. September and Oc-
lave not reached sue million tons
the allies will proceed to the occupa
tion of a further portion of German
territory, either In the Ruhr or some
LONDON'. July IS. (Jewish Tele
graphic Agency The work of the
ZI'Tlsi woi Id conference here has been
virtually suspended because of the dif
ficulty Ihe leaders are experiencing
In creating a new executive committee
The situation 1 considerably aggra
vated by the refusal of L'. S supreme
j Court Justice. Louis E. Brandels, head
I of the American Zionist delegation, to
accept any office.
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 16. ( By
I The Associated Tress) Greek ah -;
planes are showering Thrace with pro
' clamations announcing that the popu
! Iniion Is soon to be freed from nation
alist domination and requisitioning.
Turks from Thrace are fleeing Into
Bulgaria to cape the Greek advance
CONSTANTINOPLE. Juh 16 illy
The Associated Press) The Krench
have concluded an agreement with the
nationalists, under which they will pay
Mustapha Kemal a half Turkish pound
per ton on all coal mined in the Son
i guldak region on condition that the
' Krench be permitted to continue- de
velopment of thf coal fields on the
' Black sea coast of Anatolia near Con
stantinople from which Constantinople
; shipping derives its fuel.
BUENOS AIRES. July 16 Reports
concerning the revolution In Bolivia.
' slftlnr: through from the Bolivian
l.oribr. ny that In fighting between
the revolutionists and Bolivian troops
I at Sucre, eight persons were killed
The revolutionists were the victors, the
I reports state.
LONDON. July 16. A dispatch to
'London Times from Teheran ays the
Persian government has instructed the
' Persian minister : Rome to direct
j negotiations with the soviet govern -j
LONDON, July It. -The French
have begun operations in Syria, mov
! lug inward Aleppo, Und Damasc is. ac
I co: ding to a report printed In the;
' Ixmdon Times this morning.
SPA. Belplum. July 16 L'p to this
evening no reply had been received
from the soviet government at Mn
. cow with regard to the British ,pro-
posal for an armistice between Poland
'and Soviet Russia.
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 15. (By
, The Asjorlated Press) Adrlanople Is
Btlll unoccupied hy the Greeks, who
are reported to have delayed thelr
westward movmnt for a week. Tele
Igraphi' telephonic and mall commtinl
; cation between Adrlanople and i'on
i stanllnople has ceasd, Col. Jafar
. Tayar. Turkish com.nder at Adrlano
: pie. presumably having cut the lines
Train service also Is beln? hindered.
CASE IS DECIDED
Sacramento, jj1 i: Disabuitj
Insurancs for poisoning has been
awarded lo Hiss Nina Konald. a can
; nery worker by the state Industrial
( Commission. Miss Ilonald contended
i she was poisoned In the hand In han
' dllng spinach and the Infection spread
to her ankle. It wa the first case
1 of Its kind to come before the com
mission and the applicant was granted
two thirds of her wages until It Is
determined how permanent are her
I Approximately Ift.OOO.OOO.OOu have
I bSen paid by the government In pen
sions since tire Civil war.
l"ir! Chnrch of Christ, Scientist
Corner Monroe avenue and Twonty
fourth street, regular service at U
o'clock Sunday morning Subject I
"Life." Sunday school 0:45 a. m. Wad
nesday evening Testimonial meetings
at 8 p m. Reading rooms at 51- First
National Bank building, rooms open
dally from 1 noon to 6 r m.. SSCSpt
Sundays and holidays.
First Presbyterian Clwrpb, John
Edward Carver, pas. or. Sunday morn-I
Ing services at 11 o clock, theme. "The I
Old and the Glfi. ami Giving. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. I'nion evening
service, at 8 o'clock, sermon theme.1
The Law of Nature In the Law of
Sacrifice" Missionary society picnic
In Lorth Parr park Monday night
Miss Jessie Boeson will give two solos
at the morning service.
Prelude -"Reverie" Weber
Offertory- "Andante" Schubert!
I'ostlude "Recessional' . De Koven;
Mrs. C II. Stevens
Solo "Ave Maria". . Schubert
Solo 'Oh Rest In the Lord"
Miss Jessie Beeson.
The congren.ition of the Plrat
Methodist church will unite with us:
nt the eight o'clock evening service.
First Baptist Church. Granl A
just north of the postofflce, Dr Ray
Palm- r. minister. Services Sund ay as
follows Bible school, l" a m., Cap:
I Ray Ward, superintendent. Morn
ing worship, 11 a. nv, sermon by Dr.
Palmer, theme: The Pearl of Great
Price." B. V. P V at 6 45 p m,
Miss Charlotte Skcen. president,
Junior B. Y. P U '.' P m., Miss
MatldS Stevens, superintendent. M.s;.
Helen Grace, president Evening I t
Ice at p. m.i sermon by the minister,
subject: 'The Hidden Manna and the
U hits Stone.'
The i irsi ongregationa Oliurch
Rov. Godfrey Nlatthewg. minister. On
Adams between Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-fifth streets ll a m. Divine
worship and sermon Sermon suo
Ject: "The Voice of Many Waters "
13 noon, Sunday school under the
superintendence of Dr. B. P. Mills.
Kindergarten under the direction of
Miss Catherine Hendersnot nd help
ers. Men's class, leader. Dr. E. P
Mills. Women s class teacher, Mrs.
:--orge J Kelly. Strangers and vin
nrs arc cordially Invited to our serv
ices. Second Congregational Church
Five l oints. Rev. Godfre Matthews
2.30 p m , a Sunday school for the
rommunltv under the direction of ir
J. M. Klliott. Classes for all grades
and ages Kindergarten division un
der the leadership of Miss Ruth Not
tage. A cordial welcome for all.
Ensign Gospol Mlsstou The mission
has moved to 2466 Wall avenue, oppo
site the Union Station, the second door
north Of Healv hotel, and will be open
for services tomorrow. Preaching ana
testimony meeting at S p. m A free
reading room has been established In
connection with the mission chape,.
The need of an Institution of this kind
is great and urgent. Its sponsors say.
Tlv public Is invited to the services
and reading room.
l lrM Methodist Kpl-oopn I ( bun h.
Located on Twenty-fourth next to the
court house. Christian R Garver,
pastor. 1') a. m , Sunday school. C.
M Wilton, superintendent Classes for
all. 11 a. m. morning worship Ser
mon theme: "The Power of the Cross. "
A mixed quante V11M sing two numbers
at this service V p. m.. Epworth
league. A good topic and an Inspira
tional time S p in., evening Worship.
This church will unite with the Pres
bvtei'ans at that church The sermon
will be preached by Rev. J. E. Carver.
S p. m.. Wednesday prayer and praise
service, and the toucher training class
Twelfth Aard Sunday evening the
twelfth ward choir will give a song
service in the ward chapel This choir
has a membership of over fifty voices
I and under the direction of W H Man-
nlng with Ernest Oborn at the organ,
a rare treat is In store for those who
attend. The song theme and setting
I will be developed by Mrs Jos Morreil.
The following program will be rend
ered opening song Choir and congregation
Anthem "A Dream of Heaven"..
. . Sullivan
Rarltc.ne solo One Sweetly Solemn
I Thought" Ambrose
I Talk Bishop Geo. Bi owning
Organ Solo Selected
Song sen ice bv choir and Mrs. Joseph
Jerusalem" Mrs. Pauline Water
fall and. Choir Parker
1 "Rouse "''ye Mortals" Evan Stephens
Song of The Redeemed". iph
"Let the Mountains Shout for Joy"
"Hosannnh Anthem ' . Stephens
I SIXTH WARD Elder E A. Iarkln
'nd Bishop G'.-orge Fuller will be the
Ispeakers ul the Sixth word meeting,
bouse Sunday evening The opening
Iservices will be held at V o'clock In tho
church and the congregation will later
liidjourn to Lester park where the re
jmalnlng services will be held.
I fill RCH OF THE GOOD 8HEP
iii ui Corner of Grant avenue and
Twenty-fourth street, opposite the post
office. John W Hytjop. rector The,
I seventh Sunday after Trlnltj. Holy i
communion at 8 a. m Church school I
I at P 4a S m. Morning prayer and ser-
jmon at 11 a in. "The Utah Trust '
the diocesan paper, will be distributed 1
at the morning i vice All are wel-!
come. The Camp Fire "irls will meet
In the guild hall on Monday evening i
at 7 o clock
PRICE SLUMPS AS
BIG OREGON CHERRY
SALEM. Ore.. July 17. With
I harvest of one of the largest cher
ry crops In the history of the cen
tral WUlamstte volley nearlng Its
end the fruit is a drug on the
marxet here. Canneries and pack
ing plants are refusing all except
contract deliveries and the bot
! torn has dropped out of tho mar
ket which stood at 13 cents a
pound early In horve t season.
Some growers are retailing their
crops direct at two and a half and
coach appoin reu -
EVANSTOX. Ills , Julv 16 Appoint
ment of Raymond Edlcr as COaOh of
Northwestern University basketball
and track teams and the frsshnuiii
football squad was announced today oy
Dr Dana Evans, director of athletics.
Edler is a former Belolt anil Vniver
sity of Wisconsin tar. He recently
returned from France where he whs j
n the aviation service. While over
seas he coached a number of army
Democratic Committeeman I
Says He Knows of No Pal
mer Coin Expended
ST. LOUIS. July 17 Flat denial I
that he handled an of the presidential
campaign funds of Attorney General ,
A. Mitchell Palmer, in this state, wis.
made here tor.lghl by Edward F. Go)-'
tra. Democratic national committee
man from Missouri, who, according to
Senator Kenyon the chairman. Is to
be hroiiilit before the senate commit-
tec investigating pre-convenf ion cam-i
paigii expenditures, to testify about
the l'almer campaign.
I was strong for A Mitchell Palmer
for president, but not a single dollar'
of V'almer money was handled by me. i
I do not know A'he-ther a dollar was,
expended for Palmer in Mlasottrl,"l
Ooltra orrol orated testimony given
by members of the Democratic city!
committee at the investigation here
that he helped defray me expenses of
delegates to the state convention at i
Joplln but denied delegates to trie na
tional convention had been likewise
A special train to Joplln was neces
sary on account of the erovvded con
ditions of the hotels there he said
Goitre stated hs contributed part of
the fund and the res, was obtained b;.
U S. May Have Representa
tive At Brussels Conference
SPA. Belgium, July 17. The allied
representatives here have telegraphed
the secretary general of the league of
j nations in London asking for n post
ponement of the financial conference
M Brussels until after September 15
The dispatch suld that It was consld
ered that the conference could not
ombine the elements necessary to
achieve the results for which It was
The International financial congrcr.s
v.as to be held In Brussels July 23 to
I discuss economic conditions of the va
i ious nations. The I'riited Staves was
to have been represented unofficially;
( ONE N IXTS T ).
WASHINGTON, July 17 Postponc
ment until September of the Brussels
I International financial conference
probably win permit American repre
sentation something which It has
been Intimated in Official circles here
would be practically Impossible should
I the conference be convened next Fri
daj us originally planned.
While it was announced recently
that the United States would be un
Officially represented at the Brussels
conference, it has been stated that dif
ficulty was being found In finding any
persons willing lo attend the congress
In an unofficial capacity and at their
own expense tince government funds
icculd not bo used for such a purpose.
AiTierian Yacht Leads
Again in Crossing Line
(Continued From Page One.)
races was not an adequate test for
the America's cup.
aptain Burton showed two photo
graphs taken from an airpluno Just
after the start to show that the chal
lenge w:is leading In Thursday's race
part of the time
LOSER is WINNER,
Designer Nicholson ald tho great
re-ceptlon given Shamrock as she mads
her appearance at the start and srhen.1
she passed Ambrose light vessel I
winner had caused him to tell Sir
Thomas Llpton that "even If you lose I
, v uu have won."
Sir Thomas Is said to have told
friends here that he will challenge;
araln if Shamrock IV falls to lift the
BLACK RUST REPORT
ST. PAUL. M-nn July 17. U. G.
Quammc. president of the fodera' laud'
hank here, declnred todaj that black!
ru t exists in southern Minnesota and
eaatern South Dakota and "In pome
places has done considerable damage
to the wheat crop
He snid there was no rust in Mon
tana, North Dak da and northern Min-
n sota He has just completed an in
vestlgatlon of crop conditions in the
northwest ami predicted It would har- j
si "one of the biggest wheat crops in
AFTER SLACKERS i
NEW STORK, July 16 Federal au-'
thOfltlSS have completed plans for III
round up of 7.672 alleged "slackers"
In the New York district which will
start In a few days according to a
ifetemenl b) Assistant federal At
torney Henry D. Mlldenbersjar and J
C, Hatcher, a war department representative.
yes -l do" j jj
Remember when you used to put "but
tercups" under your chin to see if you liked I
butter? Those were the playdays when 1 j
you romped out-of-doors all day long, and I I
how you enjoyed that "between meals" slice jkU
of bread that mother spread liberally with sfc
Maid o Clover m
is the favorite of today's happy young- II
sters. Today, the little ladies and young li
chaps are unusually particular about but- W
ter. That's why Maid o' Clover is so popu- n
lar with them. It's Pasteurized-Pure, in 1
the largest sanitary creameries, of the in- ! 1
ter-mountain states. Bg
Be sure you ask your grocer for Maid I
o' Clover. It s made and shipped fresh
to Capture State's Power,
CHICAGO. July 16. Members of
the Communlst-Libor party urged
'organization of the working classes
to capturs the state's power and to
eM ilH-li .i O t.itorship of tlf, prole
tariat," according to a call for one
of their meetings, read to th jury thU
morning In the trial of William Bross
Llo;. (1 and nineteen associates charged
with conspiracy to overthrow the gov
ernment by force.
H J. Wilson, former secretary ofi
the Soldiers. Sailors and Workers'
soviet council, of Seattle, was the
principal witness at the afternoon
session He told how the Seattle
strike was planned by the soviet)
E. M. Allen, a court reporter, tes
tified that Nbis KJar, of Chicago, dls
trlbuted articles advertising a meet
ing called to celebrate the second an
nlvei p v of the Bolshevikl revolution.
It is reported that the American'
Wc-stiri house Company, which h is a
branch In Aarau, Intends to utilize the
' water power of the Austrian Alps
NOW OPEN WITH THE LATEST IMPROVED POCKET
AND BILLIARD TABLES
MODERN, SANITARY SODA FOUNTAIN
All Drinks Dispensed With Pure and Crushed Fruit Flavors.
Complete Line of Cigars, Tobacco and Candies
338 Twenty-fifth St. Gus Batestas, Manager
Name "Bayer" on Genuine j
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Is genu- UB
Ine Aspirin proved safe by millions and fi '
prescribed by physicians for over 20 . t
years Accept only an unbroken "Bay-
er package" which contains proper dl I :
rectlons to relievo Headache, Tooth- i j
Bene, Earache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Colds and Bain. Handy tin boxea of
12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists I
also sell larger Bayer packages." As- 1
pirln is trade mark Bayor Manufacture j
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proper performance I
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