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THE OGDEN 5IANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1913
fatheFseeks
to see his
i own child
Jn th divorce case of Leila M
Uhfr against John L. Maher. the Cc
fondant ha9 petitioned the district
court for the privilege of having th
care and companionship of a minor
child a reasonable length of time each
month claiming that he Is a person
fit to associate lth his child and thru
h feels that he should have that privi
lege at least one afternoon during the
month.
The petitioner states that he has
askd permission of the plaintiff and
her attorney, but they have refused
to grant his request.
I PROBATE MATTERS
In th matter of the estates of
Grace Kennedy Collins and Jessie
Kennedy Watson, deceased, petltlous
for letters of administration will be
heard in the district court July M
On the same day will be heard the pe
tition for final account in the estate
of Prudence Jackson.
In th estate of Brljrham Ballantyr.o.
deceased. Jed Ballantyne has been
appointed administrator and his bond
fixed at $12,000.
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I PROBATE CASES
IN DISTRICT
COURT
I I i- The probate calendar was taken up
t Judge James A Howell this morn
ing In his division of the district
court and the following orders made
In Ihe estate of Anna Johnson, do
ceased, petition for order to cxpnO
money for perpetual care of grave lot
of deceased, for the approval, allow
ance and settlement of final account,
for distribution discharge and close
of the estate; granted
Petition for confirmation of sale of
real property in the estate of Wil
liani S Parker, deceased, granted
In thf e6t!tes of Carl Rundqulst
and Helen Sophia Rundqulst, de
ceased the petition asking for fina'
settlement of the estates was granted
Petition to sell real estate, In th j
matter of the estate of Parshall 1'
Terr . granted
In the estate and guardianship of
Winnifred Sumner et al., minors, pe
tition for letters of guardianship;
granted.
Hearing of petition for letters of ad- ;
ministration in the estate of J O
Helmberger. deceased passed.
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I ENTER DECREE
ON PACIFICS I
! 1 MERGER
The decree of tho I'nlted States
Circuit court judges, sitting as the I
district court of I'tah, dissolving the 1
Union Pacific-Southern Pacific mer
ger. was entered of record In the I
United States district court Salt Lake
openthis afternoon. The way now 16
open tfor trustees appointed by the
court to carry out the disposition of
the $126. 000,000 Southern Pacific I
stock owned by the Uuln Pacific raM-j
road company.
The decree was entered at a spe-
clal session of the district court
n, oo
j. Jt Four launches are used in patrol and
transportation work on national for
ests in Alaska, which Include many
small Islands and inlets.
WRECK IN THE
BAMBERGER
YARDS
One loaded freight car was upser
two were derailed and freight traffic
was tied up for several hours last
night when the switch of the ' V " in
the Bamberger freight yards split
about 9:30 o clock Although there
were many employes near the eceiu
of the accident, none was hurt
The electric locomotive was llnlog
up the freight train prellminarv :o
start to Salt Lake and th train w:n
being headed In the right direction by
means of the 'Y " The locomotive
and one car had passed ov .r In safe
ty wlfcn the switch split and the pth r
ars took the wrong track. rausinR tho
acr ident
CHRIS ANTON IS
IN SERIOUS
CONDITION
Of all the victims of the July 4
1 accident Chris Anton, the Greek, is
! in the most serious condition He in
suffering of a badly broken lec whit li
has proven troublesome to the sur
geons and has other bruises and in
juries about the body His strong con
stitution Is all that is keeping him
alive
Although J M Sherman, the mo
torman who was injured, spent a
rather easy nicht his condition is still
critical as is that of Fred Brophy and
S C Stephens
Daniel D Grattan Is reported as be
ing in a condition that mav turn for
the better or the worse. His strength
has remained about the same for two
days.
A late report from the Dee hospital
this afternoon is to the effect that
motorman Sherman Is in about the
same prerarious condition as he was
last evening but that both Grattan
;ind Brophy ;ire somewhat improved.
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Real Estate Transfers.
The follow inc real estate transfers
hav been placed on record in the
count1 recorders office:
The Ocden Savings bank to Nellie
D. McBride. a part of lot 11 block 2,
Eccles Addition Consideration $750.
Carrie E. Blchsel to Nellie D Mr
Bride, a part of lot Ifi. and all of lots
S, :i and 45. block 23, Blchsel sub
division. Ogden survey Considera
tion $1,150.
J. J. Brumroltt and wife to 'Winda
C Lamar3, a part of lot 21, block 1,
Knipht s Addition. Ogden survey.
Consideration ?C00.
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.
Society
Mrs. Lafayette Farley has gone to
Salt Lake to spend a few days with
Mrs Richard P Morris
Mr. April L. Farley, head electrician
for The nurlcan Fuel & Coal Co,
at Neslen, Utah, le here for a ten
day Istt with his mother. Mrs
Lafayette Farley and sister, Mrs. H.
H. Snyder.
OWLS ENTERTAINED
Mrs Annie Iverson entertained a
number of OwIk at Wildwood grove j
Saturday nicht and Sunday All had
B merry time in the beautiful shady1
nook In Ogden canyon, during the da
they enjoyed themselves fishing anil I
plajlng games and at evening served)
a fine supper at 6:30. after which all
returned to their homes In the city j
There were present George Dins
dale, T. C. Iverson. Sam Austin, Frank
I GROCERY
all week beginning today. For cash only.
Hj 2 packages Soda Crackers 25c Oil Sardines. 7 for ... 25c
BaiTels fresh Ginger Snaps, 10c Mustard Sardines, for 20c
aeh 20c lkgs Corn Starch . .. .. 25c
Hl Arbuckles Coffee, lb . .. .25c 40c Denison's Coffee .. 35c
Fresh Liver, lb 5c r 5c boxes Matches 25c
I GOc Japan Tea lb j. .'. 40c 15c bottle Ammonia. 3 for. 25c
40c Distilled Vinegar 20c 20c cans Syrup, 2 for 25c
Iowa Corn, 2 cans Tor.... 15c "c bottle or cans Olive Oil 20c
Kr,c c''Ds Pineapple. 10c t-'-'c bottle or can6 imported
4 larR'1 Toilet Paper 25c Olive Oil 4Cc
l Finest mild Cheese. 2 for 35c 10c bottles Bluing, each 5c
I Smith Meat & Grocery
H PHONES 284-285. 26th and Wash.
sH
I I OF PROVEN VALUE
m K It is an advantage to have an account with the 3
H H Utah National Bank. M .
H M ts Safety and Good Service are points well B
L RE worth considering, when desiring to make new lV3
A g or additional banking connections. Kg
Kn )j B Accounts subject to check are cordially invited. (8
If I UTAH NATIONAL BANK i
Ogden, Utah.
H J Capital and Surplus, $1SO,000.00 I
I WhitchwW. J. Graawcll. T. Ncwey
Mrs Annie iTerson. Mrc George Dins'
'dale. Eva Austin, Mrs. T Whitehead,
Mrs J Greenwell. Mrs. T Newey.
LINCOLN CIRCLE.
Mrs R A Llnsley will entertain
the ladles of Lincoln Circle No 8
Ladles of the G A. R. Tuesday, Jul)
V at the Llnsley home. 26G7 Wall
avenue.
MEETING POSTPONED.
The meeting of the Pasl Guardian
Neighbors club which was to meet
with Mrs Mary Baumeister hab be.i
indefinitely postponed.
OUTING POSTPONED.
The annual outing of th" ladies M
St Joseph s Sowing society which was
announced for Thursday. July 10, has
been postioned until a date in Augut
which "ill be announced later
Mrs Sidney Ste ens has bad as
her house guest, during the past
week, her daughter. Mrs L II DePu
and little Dorothv, who left for their
home Saturday after enjoying a de
(Ightful visit.
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DEATHS UNO FUNERALS
HARP. IS Funeral services for Jo
soph D Harris were held at the First
lletbodisl church yesterday after
noon Th speakers were Rev F
Fisher and Rev G. A RasBweller. In
lerment was made in Ogden City
cemetery where the Knlghtc of Py
thlas who attended in a body, con
ducted their ritual serice at the
grave.
HORN Mrs Bessie Horn, thp wife
of A E Horn, died yesterday morn
ine at the Dee hospital She is sur
rlred by her husband and two dauKb
ters ased 4 and 10 years, resume
lively. The funeral was held this af
ternoon at the Klrkendall chapel.
BEE INSPECTOR
MAKES HIS
REPORT
County Bee Inspector C. E Petti
crew this tnornlnc reported to the
commissioners that he had inspected
3,198 colonies of bees during t he
year 1912 and that only 28 of them
were diseased. He stated further that
there was an Increase of r,T stands
of bees over the yer 1911.
The secretary of the Davis &. We
ber Counties ("anal company report
ed that Weber count has only 3 ,
shares "f water in the canal axailable
for sprinkling the hlchwa? In the
south part of the county, which is
Inadequate. The matter was referred
to Commissioner John By-bee. Th
county h3 fifty shares in the canal
company, but most of the water is I
being used on the poor farm.
STRIKE ON
RAND ENDS
Johannesburg, Jul) 7. Most of the
gold miners who participated in the
general strike Ia6t week which led I
to rthe killing and wounding of a
large number of rioters, resumed
work today
Those still out object to the terms
of settlement The demand that the
government providing for those who
were dependents of those who were
killed or wounded
Quiet prevails everywhere.
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WOOL TO BE
FREE SOON
Senate Democrats
Caucus Again on Reso
lution to Bind Them
to Support the Tariff
Bill To Recommend
Some Changes
Washinton. July 7. Senate Demo
crats caucused ugain today on the
resolution to bind them to support the
tariff bill. Opposition which devel
bped Saturday was reasserted, but
Chairman Simons and other chani
plons of the bill argued that sucb ac :
tion was necessan to expedite debate !
and to assure its passage
The finance committee today de
cided to recommend to the caucus
that Iree raw wool become effective
October 1. ma. and that the new
rates on minufacturers of wool
should be effective, December 1
1913.
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ROOSEVELT AND
SON START WEST
New York. July 7 Theodore Roos
evelt, accompanied by his sonsS Quen
'in and Archie left New York todav
for the west on a trip which will
last fix or eight weeks. He will spend
most of his time In and around
Grand Canon of Colorado in Arizona
where the two young men will make
horseback excursions in the surround
ing country
Mr Roosevelt plans to leave on his
sounth American Journf after two
eeks after his return from the west
SIGN UP PEPLOSKI
Lincoln. July 7. - President Jones of
the Lincoln Western club, today an
nounced the signing nf Inflelder Eep
obki. recently with the Detroit A mer
'cans, and a former college baseball
tar on the Seaton ball team of
South Orange, . J.
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ew York. July 7 Monev on call,
steady, 1 3-4 to 2 1-2 per cent ruling
rate. . per cent, closing bid. 2 1-4 per
cent; offered at 2 1-2 per cent
Time loans firmer; 60 davs. 3 per
cent; 90 days, 3 3-44 per cent, six
months, 5 i.26 per cent
YOUNG MRS ALFRED G. VANDEKBILT IS HAPPY; MOTHER-IN-LAW
AT LAST RECONCILED TO HER; THEY'RE SEEN MUCH TOGETHER
' '"a'' " .
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt (left) and Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbilt.
One of the happiest women in Enpland just now is Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbilt. the Baltimore belle,
who was formerly Mrs Smith Hollins McKim The reason for her joy is that she has succeeded in win
nine oer her mother-in-law. Mrs- Cornelius Vanderbilt. who had vowed never to have anything to do
with her son's beautiful divorcee wife. The two are seen almost constantly together these days at hotels
a. - elsewhere.
SERVIA LOST I
11,000 MEN
Bulgarians Take 4,000
Prisoners Remaining
of a Force of 15,000
Servians Roumani
an Army Preparing to
Enter Bulgaria to En
force Demands
Vlenm. July 7 Eleven thousand
Servian officers and men of the Tlm
ok division were killed during the
battle with the Bnlearlans, In uhich
the dhision was defeated, according
to the correspondent of the Relchpost.
The division consisted of 15,000 men
who were surrounded by a Bulgarian
army which had outflanked them
Only four thousand of the Servians
survived and these were taken pris
oners. According to other newspaper re
ports, a Bulgarian column of 14,000
men had succeeded jn reaching the
Servian town of Vranva and Is threat
enlng the line of retreat of the Ser
vian army The Bulgarians prcsum
ably were pushed forward from ligrl
Palanka.
The mobilization of the Rumanian
army will be completed Thursday of
Friday according to despatches from
Bucharest. The Rumanian troops are
expected to cross the Danube into
Bulgaria Immediate and a a result
of this step. It Is assumed thai Bu
garia will be compiled either to
agree t the Rumanian demands and
permit Rumania to occupy the ter
ritory she desires or to engage in war.
Denies Story of Defeat.
London, July 7 The Servian min
ister here dculed the defeat of the
Tlmok division of the Servian arm;
and sas that yesterday it recaptured
the town of Krlvoljk from the Bui
garians According to other reports,
however. It is not certain that the1
Tlmok division was engaged in that
operation.
Greeks Defeat Bulgarians.
Salonikl. July 7 Part of the Greek 1
right wing has driven the Bulgarian
across the river Struma and Is now I
marching on the town of Serros, ac- '
cording to official reports from the
Greek headquarters
Bulgarians Victorious
London, July 7 A despatch from ,
Sofia to the Central News says of ft
cial messages received from the front
report the occupation of Nlgrlta to j
the west of Lake Tahvnos by Bulgar
an troops who have also captured
other strategical points from the '
Greeks. General Ivanoff, commander
of the Bulgarians, by a surprise at-'
tack dispersed a larg.- part of the ,
Greek army numbering S.i 000 men
under the personal command of King
Constantino.
Correspondents Go to Front
Belgrade. Servla July 7. A num
ber of war correspondents have left
for the Servian headquarters at I'sk
up The commander of the Servian
troops announce that the newspaper
men will be allowed to ko to the front
Greek s Casualties
Athens, July 7 The Greek casual
ties 6ince the beeinnlnK of fighting
against the Bulgarians total 10,000 1
killed and wounded, according to of
ficial reports.
After the battle for the possession
of the Kllkisb tlu- right wins of the
Greek army forced the Bulgarians to
return across the river Struma The :
Greek left wing after severe fighting
occupied tho holzhts to the south of I
I Lake Dolran and then pursued the
j retreating Bulgarian army toward
I Strumnltza capturing 12 field guns
, and inflicting severe losses
SUFFRAGISTS TO
VISIT CAPITOL
'ashinKton. July 7 General plana
for the attack of the woman suffra
gists on the capltol were agreed up
on today when officers of the Nation
al Woman Suffragette association de
termined that thr ;iitack would be
marked by a monster automobile par-
-i .
ad.6. Suffragists from many states
have advised the committee of then
Intention to take part
The women will gather at Hvatt..
ville. Md on the morning of July jo.
A reception will be held there by thf
local committee, and after forming in
j procession the lonji line of motor
, i ars will charge upon Capltol hill
The determination is for the puris
I ol demanding that congress will pa?
a bill leaving It to the country the
j question of granting a ballot to wom
en Preparations are being made for
the entertainment of the vlsitlnu
I women Principal amons the events
lalreadj arranged is a banquet to them
at the Chevy Chase club on the eve
i ning of the first day
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TODAY IN CONGRESS
Washington. July 7
Senate.
Lobby Investigation resumed
Democratic caucus considered unite
rule
House
N'ot in session meets Wednesday
Public lands committee held hear
j ing on Hetch Ifetchy water project
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REFUSE TO SET
DECREE ASIDE
Chicago Julj 7. Another ciort to
have the Gugenheim divorce decree
I sot aside began today before Judges
! Balwln, Wlndes and Heard. The Bl itc
I Is trying to have the case expunged
lrom the court records on the grounds
that the decree was a fraud on the
court and that It was obiained ou
manufactured evidence
Mrs. Grace Brown Guggenheim
Wahls application to have the decree
I granted her by Judge Dunne In March
I 1910. set aside on the ground that ahe
was not n Illinois resident at that
time was denied recently bv Judge
I Heard
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MOB LYNCHES
NEGRO PRISONER
Pensacola, Fla., July 7 An uni
dentified negro who had attacked a
voting white girl at Bonifay was tak
en by a mob from a train on which
' ounis officers were hurrying him to
Pensacola early toda and was hanged
to a telegraph pole and then shot.
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ELECTRICITY A N D
DYNAMITE DEFENSE
El Peso. Texas, July 7. Electricity
and dynamite are the defenses upon
which the federals will mainly con
tend in the event the Ions-awaited
rebel attack on Juarez should mate
rialize It was stated today that the
barbed wire fortifications about the
town hae been connected with high
power electric currents, and that dy
namite mines have been lanted at
the points most exposed to attack.
dvices to United States arm of
ficers say Villus constitutionalists are
at least three days march from Juar
ez, on the Casas Grandes river
GOVERNOR CLARK BETTER
Des Moines. Julv 7. Governor
George W Clarke was reported at
mon to be resting easih at the Meth
odist hospital, with indication favor
able for his continued Improvement
COULON LEAVES HOSPITAL
Chicago July 7. Johnny Coulon,
bantamweight champion, today left
the hospital weighing ll-'a which is
ten pounds more htan he did a week
ago when he entered the instltuiiou to
be treated for stomach trouble De
spite his rapid recovery of health It
is probablv he will be unable to hox
for some time
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IN THE BRIDES KITCHEN.
A new cook is known b her po
i tato peelings.
If the garbage man told all he knew
id pity some brides' Wouldn't v0u"
, Whats a cook book without a
mother?
All brides cooking is flavored with
ambrosia. Lei only gods and young
husband partake'
Jill sweetened the potatoes
And put salt in the tea;
But Jack was very kind' and ver
blind.
And not a word said he! Judge
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A WOMAN'S WAY
John." she said f have an awful
mV r'sht side I'm afraid It s
appendicitis.
i.re y"u 8uf," be replied, without
looking up from his paper
John.' she wailed a moment later
it's getting worse "
" Is it?" ho asked, still Interested In
tho sporting page. Chicago Record- i
Herald
BUT NOT TO HAL
This is the weather when the lco
cream brick
Appeals io Msude and May and
Bade and Sal
V lies? escorts learn that the arlth J
mctlc
j Was right in saving ' Four quarts
to one gal "
Cleveland Plain Dealer
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FIGHTS PLUCKILY
FOR BIG FORTUNE
ady Sackvilla,
London July 8 (Special. ) Fash
ionable Loudon is deeply interest
ed m the win caae in the probate
court here n which Lady Sackrlllt Is
making a plucky Ught for the fortune
of 55.000.000 left her by Sir John
Murray Scott.
The probate of the will is opposed
by Malcolm Scott, a brother of the
decedent, on the ground of undue In
iiluence He charges that his brother
was easily susceptible to Influence
, during his last days and that Lady
iSackv e and her husband. Baron
Sacltville, usd a mesmeric influence
i over the old man.
Much Interesting evidence has
been Introduced, and the case is prot
lag one of the biggest attractions of
, the season Several memb-rs of the
Scott family have given their teltl
mony and a number of letters writ
Iten by Lady Suck ville to Sir j0Un
have been Introduced
In one of the letters written bv
Lady Sackvllle m 1911 she 8hows a,.
prehension that the old man will cul
her out of his will
"It Is not fair." the letter reads
to promise a friend as you did. keen'
the promise for twelve yeari
'hen break it. As for m, p,r V '
plaving the Bame You need not 7
?Md that I .hall iff
friendship with anvone else
are absolutely the only person I hav
trusted In tha, way , m . 'Jg
life I am well repaid tort n0,v,
They made up Rn(J thcn gh
ou are an old silly and vou sh3,l
B,e how I recene yOU tomorrow
ha e only one stamp and am usln
It for you. wretch. uin
In another letter she said 9h- nUei,
to have him call her 'little rasCM'
CHOSE DEAIH
TO CATHLEEN
San Francisco Man
Leaves Peculiar Note
Explaining His Rea
son for Killing Him
self in Chicago Hotel
Was to Escape the
Woman
Chicago. July 7. Leaving a note ot
explanation that he "chose death to
escape Cathleen." J Henry Smith. J
aged 65. whose home was In ban
Francisco, committed suicide by
sltoolinK todav in a down -town hotel.
The note left bv the suicide was writ- i
len on two sheets of paper. On ono J
be had written: j;
Notify Mrs John L. Sale. 1 I
Howard street, San Francisco. To .
avoid Cathleen, I chose death. '
On the other was the following
Wire secretary of the Mount J:
Morlch lodKo No '44. San Francisco. 1j
s i , M . PI. --'.'li b aiding, San I
Francisco." K
Dr W H. Riley, house physician I
at the hotel, said that Smith was on I
his way east to visit a sister In New 1
York He had stopped off In Chi
cagQ on account of Illness. The doc-
tor said he was d nervous wreck. j
on 1 I
OVERGRAZED STOCK
RANGES COME BACK
Washington, July 7 The Improved j h
, ,, minion of th national forest range III
after regulated grazing is 'pointed to j I
D: experts ol lh( dep. nn-.ent i agn- I
culture as a demonstration that area I r
which have been severel damaged j
through overstocking by sheep and j
catth can be brought back to their
former carrying power through a eys- 1
tern of sufficiently IntolllTent use.
Vhen the government took charge I
,,' the ,r, eyoek laiigcs w ithin the na- 1 I
tional forests some of them were so
badly overgrazed and otherwise in- i
jured from reckless handling of tlio j
5to '.x that their gmzlnj: value ap
peared to have been almost entirely i
lestroyerl Many of these ranges, j
however, have been restored and i
m'de as valuable as ever On sev- 1
eral of the f i .rests results have more
Lhan Justified tho expectations and J
the range is in better condition than j
It ever was. j
An example of this Improvement Is
cited in the Nebo national forest in j
Utah. In Iftf'S vhen that forest was j
created the ranges within the forpst I
boundaries were found to be badly
overgrazed ?nd trampled because I
there was a lack of any control of I
siii. r i.-ion cv v t hearea s l ine nf the I H
areas was at that time estimated to 1
be capable o;' earrvitu on I . ' u e heart ,
of cattle Now, through conser atlve I
management and Judicious distribu- I
tion of the cattle over the ranges, and .
improvements In water conditions, J
the carrying capacity of the range I
has b'-en Increased until, in the pros-1
ent grazing season, nearh ' ! id
of cattle are u?in this particular
area, and forest officers feel that a
few hundred head more can be safely 1
grazed there without injury.
- - s r o t. o s o o p o o o o o o o o o o
: CHEER UP! :
t Let the TROY do your Wet I
Wash 3c per pound j
I Phone 2074. J
Slade's I
Transfer
Phone 321. 4C3 25th Street
We have the largest van In the
city. Quick service. Moving, ship- , 1
ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason
able rates.
FIRST NATIONAL 10
RANK? I H:
OF C jDEN, UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY -
CaPa' 150,000.00 "fc.
Undivided profits
nd urplu 850,000.00
ePsit 3,500,000.00 2-U
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W. 5. Drowning. Pre.; t r &u
Eccle, Vice Pret.; q. h.'
Tribe, Vlce-Pres., John Wat-
son, Vice Pres.: John Pingree, f
, Cashier; Jat, F. Burton, Asst.
j Phone" 315 IS
j That's the BROWN'S: K
: ICE CREAM CO. :fsfi
We Deliver K?,iii
ft!
j FISHING TACKLE j
: PEERY-KNISELY I VS
I HARDWARE COMPANY :KS
2437 Wash. Ave. Pnono jJf
JIM. WONG-WE. Man3gr-3. illu
218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. RW
Open Day and Night. C

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