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JI THE OODEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 191C. ,
I I Palace Cafe
Special Dinner . . 25c
Lunch from 11 a. tn. If 4 m.
Wnner from 4 p m. ta 0 pi m.
1 TOM HOY, Mgr. 4 2Mr 8t
Phe-na 321. 08 25th 3treel
W have IRS largest van 'n tni
city. Quick service Moving, ship
ping ard hanaiinjj pianos rompt
! freight dell' ades Furniture mcv-
Ing a specialty. Storage at reaoon-
I able ratss.
I for art atic
MONUMENTAL VORK I
B Best work and lowest price? Ij
guaranteed. Yard, Cor. Jetter 3
son and C1st St Phone 2218 W B
The Newport Cafe
JIM, WONu-WE. Manage s
218 TWENTY FIFTH STREET
I Open Day and Night.
Everything Sanitary. Fruh re'',
23" Wash. Ave Phone No 213
I HAVE YOUR j
j Get one of our yearly contracts
Work fully guaranteed
I GLEN BROS PIANO
j 2470 Hudson Ave. Phone 181
! 1 OF C3DEN. UTAH
I' (J. S. DtPOSITARY
I I Capital 9 150,000.00
' I I V Undivided proflta
I j and surplua 350.000.00
I OepoalU 3,500,000.00
HI M. 8. Browning, Pret.; t R
I I Ecclse, Vice Prea.; Q. H
H V Tribe, Vlce-Pres.; John Wat
Hl ion, Vlce-Pres : John Plngree,
! Cashier, Jas. F. Burton, Asst.
l-- 'yellow or blacking union, arhlcii
V '8 chiefly compoaed of foremen, haa
:M. hou founded In the lithographic
" i trades of German)
Chicago, Kay 27 Moral condition!
' n t tie stockyards quarter of Chicago
Were considered at a session of the
legislature vire commission here yea
lerdajr. Louis L. Swift, president of I
I Swift Co., and representative of
Armour & Co and Morris si Co.. tea-
j tilled conceminn the wages and sur
roundings of the thousands of for
eign Rlrls and women in the district
; "back of the yards,' said to be the I
,ii rst foreign settlement on this cou-
Mr Swift testified that wages paid
I the women employes of the packing
houses were fair, only fourteen re
coiving the minimum oi $6 Other
I wltneseee Mid that the foreign women
iii the "yards'" wore temperamentally
J different from American girls and!
that the question of morality and im
morality was a thing they settled for
themselves regardless of the welfare1
work of the employers.
The average srage of ihe 70 worn- 1
en employs of the Swift company
is $10 05 a week, according to Mr!
Swlfl The 899 girls In the pack
ing plant average $7.59
M D, Harding, superintendent of
Mn hicago plant of Armour & Co.,
i-aid that the foreign girls preferred j
factor work to domestic service be-
cause of the greater independence.
C. L. Charles, assistant superinten
dent for Morris & Co.. said the wages
of the girls In the yards" were low
because the girls were unskilled for- 1
elgncrs All the hip companies spent
much money on welfare work, he
said. I. in it was hard to reach the
Maxwell Edgar, president of the Il
linois tax reform league, presented as I
testimony figures purporting to show!
:lie net profits of large concerns here '
He said the figures were obtained
from former Secretary of the Treas
ury IfacYeagh. Some of the fig- j
nres Introduced by Mr Edgar fol-
Marshall Field & Co.. 1 909. not
profU. $4643,197; 1910, net profit.
Sears, Roebuck to 1909, del 1
I JfritTk. I "Mas Anttoeptic powder shaken Intc
LVSmvJ fie ( liors The Standard Kem
P"V3jt?iW c-rty lor the Icet f--.r n uu.irt. -rrr
t' ri-ninn . 90,060 testimonials
Trade-Mark, everywhere, ZSc. Somr'lc I'R I I
Address. Alien S oimted LeKoy.NV
The Man who put the EEs in FEI1
H Cca is said on B
pN In buying; con I or any
P3 rii'nmrvdln . ih'- pjj
j,r , , . n i ts reijarrllnr J
ori what H
I H should Interest y
Because tro-en fa :ts wlm
H toll Hip truth. while fctJ
ftJ n - . i. ms art- open to M
I chsllang. I
Thu1 the proven facta
tint "Aberdeen" r'ins EEB
...r '' Xifr , nt n tual 3
fii,. nn 1 r nppf all fm
Other wr-stfrr: .i , In ffm
h.it unit- f,roJur.i ,ir-- IH
ml which lu yi. or real.
Ard when von ct Irj
HI Aternt-n In year Hj
Hu teat you lijvo re- Haj
" I ' utmost coal Ml
H value for your money.
' .Icalrrs e!
Bfl Mine.) t,v tt,f lriJor"n,l-
ent Cost A; Coke Oo n' HJ
Kenilwortli. ftah. C N WfH
RJs strfi-.i Prea and Got
HQ Mcr . .las. II Prftfrinn.
H ' ' " T K A ffi
I I rOWNHOME THAT WILL PRODUCE
D income. A small" Ideal fruit, chicken and garden farm. I
Close in. New 5-room modem brick bungalow, extra well I
Ku, built. City water, sidewalks. 7 chicken bouses, tools, etc.
yj j Half block from car line. Will take
JSsI1 ; fd or a place in town in including two lots
trade. ou can bu,ld on to
H&.i. I rent, or a fine place
; TOr 9reen houses, and
H W. H. VOORHIES, Owner "ST! "wbHl
IB 446 13th St. Phone 2445-W Wlh r ut
HI AS YOUR DOC TOR ORDERS
W1" the waj your prescriptions wiU be filled it brought
Ij tu this store. The druga use,i will be pure too, ut the kind
I Hi 1 ,h-1' BUght do, but the kind that will do the kind that will
'''. Innld up your system.
! "We are in business for your health."
OGDEN'S NEW DRUG STORE.
W4 E F MISCH, Prop
'SaS n Washington at 25th St.
The season Is now opened up for
Bjffll ' J " Ribber Heels at tho OGDEN SHOE
ELS' XBgflHk REPAR FACTORY. Rubber heel
H (SEVJyLES 75
HL j VJPam All kinds of shoe repairing done
wnU you wait. All work guaranteed
HH -md. neatly done at 323 24th S'
of many wealthy men
is to begin saving
Eoys and girls should
early be taught the
wisdom of saving by
allowing them to have
bank accounts in their
own names and encour
aging them to save
their small change to
add to their accounts.
You can open ac-
I counts for your chil
dren in this bank with
$1.00 or more.
iaVV 1""IV "w J iflIM 11 1 H OLJ
profit. $6,099,794; 1910, net profit.
Armour & Co.. 199. net protif.
14,368,418; 1910, net profit. (863.266
Professor Graham Taylor, head of
Chicago Commons," a social settle
ment, speaking before the commis
sion by request, surprised tho legisla
tive body by accusing it of being
spectacular, hysterical, and sensational."
Professor Taylor was provided with
I the report of the Rockefeller bureau
, on social hygiene and read statistics
i to provo that but 12 per cent of the
ioe can be connected with low wages.
Senator Beall of the vice commis
sion replying to Professor Taylor ac
cused him of being a high brow "
"You hih brows have got away
from the quetlon, professor." he said
"We know we are low brows here,
hut we know a thing or two How
can a poor girl with $3.r0 a week j
have as good a chance to be pure as
I one with $7 50?"
Criticism of the commission hj
Professor Graham Taylor brought
forth a sharp retort from Slate Sin-
"Docs your criticism of this com
1 mission come from an influence lent
by persons interested in big busi
j ness"'' demanded Senator Beall.
"The critics to whom you refer
i care less for the support of any ln
I terests than this commission ares
lor the support of its Interests," re
piled Professor Taylor,
The witness declared that he was
in strons sympathy with the campaign
for B minimum wage law, but he de
plored the linking of the wage ques
tion with the subject of vice, as had
been done by the commission.
Professor Taylor's criticism of the
commission came after he had pre
sented an extensive list of the causes,
of Immorality among women and i
IS MADE IN
Salt Lake. May 27. Charges of a
serious nature, made before the city
commission last night against W E. '
1 Parr, city sealer of weights and meas
ures, by A. H Vogeler and B, C. Mil
ler, merchants, resulted in the pre-
j sentation and passage of a motion
I calling for an investigation of Farr s
conduet of his office. The moiion
lor the investigation was made by i
Commissioner II W. Lawrence, was
seconded by Commissioner YV 1 1 H
KOTOS' and carried by the votes of all j
, four of the members present Com
missioner Keyser is away on a vaca
tion l rip The Investigation will be
1 made this morning at 10:30 o'clock
General misconduct comprises the
broad charge which was brought
ft gains! the sealer and alleged collu-
' sion with a scale repair man was the
Mr. Vogeler declared that Farr was
not a fit man to hold the position of
I city sealer Th" merchant said that
much had been done by Farr that was
I detrimental to the citizens of Salt
Lake, and that as a result the latter
were today paying more for straw -
I berries than they would be paying
had the berry ordinance advocated by
Farr never been put into effect.
Mr Miller made the direct charge
I that he had reason to believe that,
Farr was working in collusion with
I B. F Carey, a scale repair man. who
j he said had come to his store on ;
! West First South street a few min- ;
j uteB after Farr had tested and con- J
demneo his scale
Boise, Idaho. IfaYj 87. The Idaho
district court esterday decided In
favor of Mas or Arthur Hodew in the
case brought against him by J, I.
Miles, in which it was aked that
i Hodges be ousted from office because
of his alleged failure to enforce cer
j tain law s
The court held that while evidence
showed the existence of dicorderlv
I houses and the Illegal sale of llq tor
l In Boise, it had not been proen the1
j mayor had any knowledge of t,uch
, conditions It was held also that r.--Kw.nslbillt
for the enforcement Of .
the la lies with the police depart
INLOW HELD I
Salt Lake. May 27 "V'c jur"
in this case, find the defendant. Caleb
A Inlow. guilty of murder in the sec
This was the verdict rendered tn
court at 2 30 yesterday aTterooon;
but It did not tell the dramatic scenes
behind the doors of the jury room I
during the fOrtvTflve houn before the
Jurors were ready to render their do-
The penalty for murder in the sec
ond degree Is a minimum of ten years
In the penitentiary, with life Impris
onment as a maximum Judge M L.
Ritchie fixed Friday, June 6, as the
date for passing sentence I
it was C. R Kpperson who forced j
he jury to come to the compromise
A few minutes before 2 o'clock I
yesterday afternoon the Jury sent
word to Judge Ritchie that it had
reached a verdict Calls were Issued
for District Attorney E. O Leather
wood and P T Farnsworth. Jr., as
sistant, and Willard Hanson and B. A
Walton. Inlow s attorneys, while. In
the meantime Inlow was brought
from his cell q the county jull
He showed more agitation during
the few minutes waiting for the jury
to appear lhan has been noted dur
ing the trial, and conversed earnestly
with his attorneys until the jury filed
fi Then he turned and scrutinized
rihe jury. He knew the verdict would
not mean freedom, and there was lit
tle interest shown through the mask
of studied unconcern. As the verdict
was rendered his eyes dropped for nn
Instant and he turned and faced the
Jury with Just a trace of his cynical
smile as he watched the jurors reply
to the individual poll answering each
that it was his verdict.
Boston. May 27 Indications that
the defense would rely upon its abil
ity to ;.rove that Frederick E. At
teaux, who Is admitted to have re
ceived checks from the American
Woolen company, was employed by
the company In a legitimate capacity,
developed at the dynamite conspiracy
trial yesterday. The government al
leges that money paid to Atteaui 'ip
on the authority of the president of
the American Voolen company, Wil
liam Wood, was in furtherance of a
conspiracy entered into b Wood. At
teaux. Dennis J. Collins. John .1
Zreen and Krnest W. Pitman to cast
suspicion upon textile strikers at
Lawrence by "planting" dynamite on
premises occupied by them.
William H. Dwelly, Jr. the secre
tarj of the woolen company, who was
summoned r.s a witness for the pros
ecution, testified under eros9-exam-inatlon
that Atteaux wan instructed
to visit various places where the com
pany's factories are located and con
fer with 'he mill agents regarding la
The payments to Atteaux In fwo
checks, totaling $2, '."".. were entered,
according to the witness in the man
ner that all legitimate disbursements
were recorded on the company's
Testimony that Atteaux had per
formed similar serice9 for ihe com
pany in 1912 during labor troubles
and that he had been paid in pre
cisely the same manner, was given
bv C C. Wlggin. vice president and
comptroller of the woolen company.
For this work, the witness said. At
teaux received 81,00.. The voucher
for this payment iv..s introduced and
shown to be Identical in form with
the voucher for Atteaux's account in
1912 The witness explained that any
expenditure authcrued by President
Wood would be paid without ques
tion Attorney William Butler was called
in an attempt by the .tate to estab
lish that Wood and Atteaux met at
the olfices of the American Woolen
companj on January 19. 1912, the day
the dynamite was "planted." The
witness denied that he had been at
the company's office on that day or
had seen Wood or Atteaux together.
He hIso denied that he had told the
prosecutor to the contrary.
The federation industrial board of I
Australia, has decided that no em
ployer dare forbid his employes wear-
Ing the trade unions badges The
trammen of Brisbane have Just emerg
ed successful! from a strike ocr
joint centra! committee has been
elected by the labor parly commit -j
tee. of Switzerland, and the Trade j
I'nious Federation for the systematic
I encouragement of educational fea,
, tures among the working class The
. co6t, which will be borne by the joint
parties, is estimated at about $1 ion
UNCLE SAM j
New Haven. May 27. -Former
President William H Taft in his con
eluding lecture at Yale yesterday om
"Some Questions of Modern tioverti
ment" declared the Cnited States was
"ludicrously unprepared for war." and
criticised congress for failure to pro
vide for an ndequate army and navy.
Continuing he said
Much of the literature written
about what would happen In the event
of an attack by the Japanese suppo
ses they could do a lot of Impossible
things and that in the meantime we
would be doing nothing; but we must
remember that in ihe par.t we hae
had great luck and It might not ccn
tinue." Japanese Resentful.
San Francisco. May 26 "Quiet re
senfment is the attitude of Japan to
wards the legislative action of Call
rornia," Bald Hamilton Wright Mabie,
man of letters. Journalist and lectur
or. on hlfl return to America today
from Japan where he has spent sev
eral months delivering a series of
eighty addresses He said'
' The Japanese are not angry, but
they do feel astounded and hurt at
th passage of the alien land law
by the California legislature They
feel that In the treatment they hae
received there ha6 been a lack of
OOUrtetry. They believe the mattet
could have been taken up between
the two nations reciprocally Instead
Of bv what seems to them the arbltrv
r Li i of one of the sovereign states "
lulchi Soyeda. former vice minis
ter of finance and now owner of a
chain of banks, and his traveling com
panion. T Kamya. secretary of an
Inland chamber of commerce, also, ar
rived today from Japan They em
phaslsed the fact that they came un
officially Both deprecated war talk
and all agitations.
Urge Calmness and Patience.
Toklo, May 26. Prominent Jap
anese at a dinner tonight urged
calm and patient efforts for a
friendly solution of the difficulty be
tween Japan and the United States
especially abstention from Int'lamma
torv and misleading utterances M
was admitted that the Cnited States
was confronted with a difficult prob
lem The speakers included Baron S.u
busawa. president of the American
Japanese association. Buenl Nakano,
president of the Japan chamber of
commerce; Baron Shlmada and Joki
j chl Takamine
Washincton Ma , 27. -The Presi
dent today nominated William C
Wbaley of Townsend. Mont., to be
collector of Internal revenue for the
district of Montana, which comprises
I the states of Utah, Idaho and Mon
I tanaa. Mr Whaley was nominated
J upon the joint recommendation of
Senators Henry L Myers and Thomas
J. Walsh of Montana.
Senator Myers stated this after
noon that the nomination of a Mon
tana man for the collectorship does
not necessisarily mean that the head
quarters for the revenue office would
be removed to Montana. Although he
has re commended such a removal, the
senator stated he had been given no
assurance that it would be made
Secretary of the Treasury- McAdoo
told Senator Myers that the matter
would be taken up later.
Senators .Myers and Walsh are un
doubtedly going to put up a strong
fight for the revenue office and it is
very probable they will be successful.
Myers Is a strong supporter of
, President Wilson and will use the ar
I Kument that Montana is entitled to
the office, because it Is the only Deni
j ocratlc state of the three comprising
I the revenue district, and pay s more
revenue than Utah and Idaho com
bined. There is no doubt that Secretary
McAdoo, who is the most intense
j partisan of the cabinet even out
stripping Mr. Bryan In this regard,
and who has the power to remove the
office ;tmost at will, will accede to
the wishes of the Montana senators
and give the office to a Democratic
With 'he exception of one memler.
"he c otinui-sion recentl appointed to
Chinese immigration s effect on
Cuba is in favor of letting down the
bar6 and allowing Chinamen to enter
ulia on ih.' int.- terms as other na
tionalities, declaring that such immi
gration will solve Cuba a present la
Waistmakers in Francs work ten II
hours a day. the average pay never IB
exceeding 4S cents. I
We impart an excellent
finish to all summer apparel
Only a few more days and We have a spcial de-
aummer Wffcl be .Mth us. partment for each class of
Already the call has been w"k-
sounded for light apparel Women s apparel Is cared
And this tight apparel to r ' .
I loo nice, must be properly G,;e " trl ur
. . . . - ,, vorK. You II be more than
washed and done-up, satisfied I I
Send It to US and you will Pn0ne for Qur vvon t0
I get It finished rlflht. caM today
"We wash and clean everything every day." LJ
Little Pimples on Face and Arms.
Festered and Came to Head. Al
ways Scratching, Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Completely Cured.
J1S Ea.t ChApei Si . Snta Maria I "al
Tbrco yW9 go I w& STOUbtod with llttls
plroplsa OB my rare an1 arm Ttj-y kokcd
Uk Uttle rr-d tTTk across my fc Ths
plxapl fMtcrrd ux..J rsnsfl to (v baaU For
long time tboT UtChed and tnim4 ma to
that I always o.-ratchiasi tbm. My
clothing lrrttvtJ ttm propdoo oo my arma.
" I tried sxvrral kinds of pttaplertsrm ha
Uy did not help me so I Tvoaghe I would
try u-slng Cuttcora Otatsooot aod Soap.
After sevrral treatment I found quick ro
ller. Bfrfora going to bed at night I would
wruh rny face and arms with bot wacar and
Cuticura Soag and la the moraJag I wwll
use tn Cuticura ( tntmeo i. I was
pleteiy cured " (Signed) Wm. Kssaon. Jr.
ECZEMA SPREAD 0VEB HANDS
Moaqueru. N M. "My mem earfod
wtiji a lot of little Itrhlrwr bumps oo raj fore
Onger below the knuckjs. It Itched at nigh t
untU I cooldn t sleep. ISCOS SOSd yprtiad
tng all over 1 ,Ui of ray hand and up to my
elbow aaH made sores I could do no work.
' A friend of till no saw my lwnd and roc
omuaanded Cutlcurrv Bosp and Ointment.
As soon as I applied the Ciitkrirci Soap and
OLntBKVit my h.iode eommenrfid to get nwUnr
and loone wcok I was entirely wofl " ("Signed)
Mn. Mary McNssH, Nor. l.S. 1012.
Cuticura, Boap 2Ac. and Oat4curaOlntmet
60c. are sold vorywbert. Liberal sampki ot
eurb mailed fMn. with 33-p Skin Book Ad
dnsu post-card ' OiUmrx, Dept. T. Boston '
aWT'TKier-faced vaon should line Cutlcum
Hasp ShaN-lag Stick, 25c. Sviunuiu froa.
There are 11.111 children under 16
years old employed In the hosiery and
kniltinR mills in this country,
Excursion steamships knve Seattle
9 P. M June 20, July 2, 8, 14, 20, 28,
Aur. 1, 7, 18, 19, 2F, via Inside
P.issac; Berth nnd Meals included in
f.re, see Glaciers, Indians, Totem
poles. Fiords, l-'orests, Snow-capp 1 1
Mountains. Aq itleul vacation voy
age Ask for special folder.
Rescrvatnms noiu on sale
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO,
Lc Angele-t. 540 So. Spring Street
San Frncico. 653 Market St , ' Pnlace Hotel)
Seattle, 113 Jtmei Street
$100 Reward, $100
The r.-n.Jer f itil r,nrfr will to pleased te
l"aru tliat tbc-ri- l. at lt ono drelil dl.n-sse
that science ha bren ablo tn can In sii tea
stages, and thai Is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh c ure
I- the only rnlflT., eurs DOW kuown to t ninl
leal fmternltr l utarrh being a Constitutional
illeo. rejulri ixrti-tltntlixial treAtment
Hall Catrrib CDra Is takro lnlt-rnally. acting
' t!- upon ih blood iniirou !arfa-ea of
the -jteni. fbrrrby ileatroylng tbi fnunIatlnn
cf th- 1L, ac. anil giving the pntlent nlr ngth
bv .,iilldlng up tbe rorMltutlnn nsalSttaS na
ture In doing lt work Th.- pr.prli-t.r hars
o miirh faith in it enrstlTO powers that they
offer One Bundrsd I.llnr f"r iioy jk- thnt It
fells to cure. Send for list of tetlDonlali.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledj. O.
Bold by all Druggists 75c.
7skc Halls family Pills for coDstlriitloa.
In the District Court of Weber Cour.
ty. State of Utah.
John R Petersen. Plaintiff, vs Ada
Peterson, 1 iofcnd:i n
The State of Dtali to the said De
fendanl Vou aro hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after service
of this Summons upon you, if served
Within the County In which this action
le brought; others within thirty
days after service, and defend the
above rDtltled action; and in case of
your failure so to do, Judgment will
bo rendered against you according o
'tie demand of the complaint, which
baa been filed with the Clerk of laid
Said action is brought to recover a
judgment dissolving the marriage con
tract and bonds of matrimony now
and hitherto existing between vou ind"
H AL BRSON & PRATT
P. O Address. 5o!i.",ll First Na
' loi .-i Bank Bldg . Ogden, Dtai
First publication Maj i;i3
- t-.i .
THE ALWAYS '
WELCOME GIFT Y
is a diamond ring. It is an offering
that nobody can roslat But there
are diamonds and diamonds. Some il ,
are all fire and lustre, oibors lack the
brilliancy associated with such ntonos
If you have a wedding or encagemen
elf' in mlncl t nnn-- :innlvernary to
celebrate see our line exhibit and th I tW
question of whnt to give will he set. I-
Harry Davis g
Tne Store With the Guarantea.
At the Sign of the Diamond Ring.
Excursions East j
'."..1 "The Union Pacific System"
. RtCHl 3 OMAJU uo posers SB
v'-"-'! "The Direct Way"
Automatic .13 .r- ,
tlecrric Safety l
Block 3kjnal ProhECln "V T AGS
Special round trip fares
from OGDEN to
St Louis 52.00
St Paul 55.70
Kansaa City 40.00
Proportionate rates to othsr points.
DATES OF SALE:
May 17, 24, 31.
June 3, 7, 13, 14, 21, 2.
July 2, 5, 10, 19, 23, 31.
Aug. 1. 9, 10, 11, 16, 22, 28.
Sept. 10, 11.
FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31.
Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers.
Six Dally Trains
J via '
For further Information, tickets and v . j
reservations, call at, phone or addreaa jgr
CITY TICKET OFFICE
2514 Washington Ave. P one 2500. I2&
Paul L. Beemer
City Passenger and Ticket Agent
It's easy to select the
best repair shop in
Come to ours,
all week beginning Monday May 26th for
cash only. Every article is guaranteed to
please or money refunded.
I packages Soda Crackers . . 25c Oil Sardines. 7 ,or 25a f i
Barrels fresh Ginger Snaps, luc Mustard Sardines for 20e
t;arh. 200 l'ks r"-n Snirrh . ..25e
AnucklW Coffss, b . 25c B Crystal Whit.- Soap 30c
Chuck Steak, lb 12' 2c 40c Unison's Coffee 35e !
fresh Liver, lb 5c 9 5c bo.x- Mat.-ties 2aC--
'"" Il"p" Tpa 40c ir,c hottle Ammonia. ' fur 25 ,
'"' DWtilled Vinegar 20c 20c cans Svrn,- ' for . ,25C W
10c pkc Rulslns, 2 for 15c 30c bottlo or run. Oll.e Oil. 204 l I
tiesi t iah canned Toma- t,"c hottle or cans Imported 1
toes 10c Olive Oil 40e 1
Iowa Com. 2 cans for 15c U'.-r flat rms Salmon. $ I
l 'an Canned I'eaH. :; f.,r 25c for 25e
Fine Table Peaches, can. 10c is M, s ir:,r iwith o. 'd-r I .M i
l LM cans Pineapple 10c 10c sack Salt I for 18
Fresh roasted Coffee, b 20c l-.c bottle v,Uuv. ..rh H-4
i large loil.-t Paper 25c t.arland High Patent Hour. I
nnaat nana Chssse, ! for 35C sack.fi.00 1
Smith Meat & Grocery
26th aid Waah. -A