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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JULY 16 1909 t
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Fresh fruit delivered from Hitlers
Farm RIverdalc 2nd Tel 3C25I All
fruits in senson Try us
Ernest Brown Improving Kncour
aging reports were given out concern
ing the condition of City Recorder
Ernest Brown this afternoon JMr
Browns brother who was at the bed
side yesterday stated that the family
IB now looking for a recovery The
first real nourishment for weeks was
taken by Mr Brown yesterday and
this morning he appeared to be con
siderably stronger
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Rock Springs Kcmmcrcr Castle
Gate Anthracite and Coke M L I
Jones Coal Co
Here to Meet HlsWlfe John C
Derks author of the Dogs and Dog
Feller stories was an Ogden visitor
yesterday afternoon He came to this
city to meet his wife who arrived from
Chicago last evening to join her hus
band and make her homo in Salt Lake
From Salt LakeDan Sullivan the
Salt Lake contractor and inventor of
the Sullivan partitions is Jn Ogden
today looking after the work being
done on the new high school building
Were They Joy RidersResidents of
Wilson Lane are trying to locate the
owner of an automobile that smashed
a buggy at about 730 oclock yester
day evening The auto was going west
at fast mull speed while the occupants
two women and a girl In the rear seat
and a man and a boy in the frontseat
munched popcorn They collided with
the buggy Just cost of the Rio Grando I
crossing androducted it to small
SDllnrTcrs and without slopping sped
away toward the golden west In a
cloud of dust that male It impossible
to read the number
How Is it possible to tell whether
tho meats are U S Inspected Simply
watch for the blue stamp on each piece
of weatU S Inspected and Pass
ed
Two Sudden Dpaths Word has
been received that the daughter of W
N Schilling formerly a resident of
Ogden died In Caldwell Idaho on the
day her mother died in New York the
double bereavement being sudden and
unexpected blows to tho father and
husband Mrs Angel his daughter
was burned by an explosion of an al
cohol lamp the injuries proving fatal
The cause of the wifes death is not
known The family lived in Ogden
several years ago when Mr Schilling
was vicepresident of tho Utah Na
tional bank
The successful Farmer will market
his hogs ahead of his neighbor and
receive the benefit of the high price
Now is the lime to bring them in Og
den Packing Provision Co
New Minister Rev P Ph Tester
Is the new pastor of the German Evan
gelical church He arrived yesterday
from Nebraska City
No Danger From Diseased Meats if
you buy U S Inspected Meats They
are just as cheap and they are guar
anteed by the U S government to bo
tree from disease
Now a Resident of Parma John
Nelson present city councilman of
Parma Idaho formerly a resident of
I Ogden is here renewing old acquaint
ances He is accompanied by his
mother Mr Nelson has charge of
one of Fred J Kiesels prize stock
farms on which pedigreed livestock
is raised He is also the owner of an
extensive farm of his own near the
boundary line between Oregon and Ida
ho He says Idaho is prospering and
the district around Parma and Arcadia
is destined to support a large popu
lation
rm Freys Orchestra six pieces at the
Ogden Canyon Hot Springs Sunday af
ternoon and evening
Chapel carThe Catholic chapel
car will arrive from Salt Lake at S
oclock this evening and will leave at
0 10 n m Saturday for the north
a That Good Coal2000 pounds to
n ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gale Bamberger Ogden Coal
j Co 311 Washington avenue Both
phones 2000
Odd Fellows Outing Tho Odd Fpl
lows excursion from Yam hip Coal
c ville Echo and intermediate points
rolled into the depot over tho Union
Pacific this morning at 11 oclock
There were five coaches crowded with
members of the three links fraternity
and their families en route to Lagoon
t and an extra coach was added to the
train here to accommodate members
of the order from this city It was a
happy jolly crowd of excursionists
out for a good time The special will
arrive from the soulh tonight at S
oclock
Frcyr Orchestra six pieces at the
Ogdon Canyon Hot Springs Sunday af
ternoon and evening
LayOff at Shops The usual Satur
4 day layoff will occur at the Southern
Pacific shops Saturday and about
threefourths of the employes will be
given the regular enforced vacation
This is a fast age everything goes
fast especially Lewis Good Coal
Phones 119
Guests of Superintendent Mrs Ed
son wife of President J S Edson of
he Kansas City and Southern rail
road accompanied by her family and
a party of friends will arrive from the
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i July Sak
Prices
Fine quality muslin gowns
ae and onibroidoy trim
s med 125 values 90c
150 values 125
250 chemise gowns of fine
nainsook lace and embroid
ery trimmed July Halo 175
Ladies Tailor Made Suits of
pure linen sizes III 3C and
38 1500 values 750
Fino white batiste waists Inco
and embroidery trimmed I
2 CO values 195
I
THE M fit WYKES CO I
2335 Washington Ave
Jll III Ill IH nr noiLlLJL III L Ji Ifs
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r S A No prudent housewife will
v J WIiro trIiIJQO YI
T tB shop e I sew h ere whe this
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cif you are the cu todian of the family pocket book = m
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U yoU cannot jusUy ignore thflSsa e = would be an finjus fice
1L Jg t 1 to the I family H i
t count up the dimes and q1llarters andl don ar you
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Fasave DOWaallS 3 very simple m21Uer to save a weeks H1
I S M Wages ait one visit y S
S hundreds are Dot only supplying present waRds ° bu
Q are also providing jor tIme ialleuIor surely prices wiHi JI1oi
i be so cheap then
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RIG SUMMER SALE
a L I o III III III III 1111 III o LL 1111 o Ii o
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coast Sunday morning In the private
car Geralclyne en route east and
will remain al Ogden a day or two as
the guests of Mr and Mrs E C Man
son
Advertisers must have their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which the advertise
ment is to appear In order to Insure
publication
Women on Special TrainA special
train from Seattle occupied largely
by delegates to the International Coun
cil of Women which assembles at
Toronto next week arrived from the
north this afternoon and will be sent
east over the Denver Rio Grande
system
The best carriage service at Allens
for pilvate calls funerals or operas
Also piunipt baggage delivery Both
phones 22 112 2Cth street
Missionaries to DepartA special
car with thirty Mormon missionaries
on board will leave over the Union
Pacific tonight for Chicago from
which point the missionaries will be
distributed throughout eastern and
middle states
THE COAL2001 pounds to the
Ion Shurtliff Co Phones 18 Olllce
318 Eccles Bldg
Kodak FiuishlngTripp StuclIo310 25th
Will Visit Her Sonlr8 F P
Lint of Atchison Kan will arrive
from Lewiston Idaho Saturday
morn
ing to visit her son Claude II Lint of
Superintendent Mansons office I
Get Your Tickets on BusterHell
he some ones pony on July 23
Wrights Clothing
Depot Improvements Painters and
decorators are at work Improving the
Interior of Depot Master Shields of
fice and crowding Clerk Clarence
Heath out on the curb for a day or
two I
COAL celebrated Peacock Rock
Springs nut the summer coal John
FaPhone 27
Civil Action The Consolidated
Wagon and Machinery company has I
instituted a civil action against B F
Blaylock
To Discharge Administrator pe
Ullon has been filed with the clerk of
the district court praying for the dis
charge of the administrator of tho es
tate of Martha June Amidou deceased
Does Not Require Appraisers
soph T Young guardian of the person
and estate of Ralph J Young a minor
has filed a statement to the effect that
the estate consists only of 1000m
cash received on a certillcate of life
Insurance written on Nora Young
mother of Ralph T Young and peti
tions the com I against the expense r
appointing appraisers to Value this
single item of the estate
Fred Herrington In ButteFred Her
riugton Jacob Jensen and Sid Badcon
In the Jensen automobile reached
Butte on Wednesday after remaining
in Dillon six hours to visit Sid Bad
cons brother In a postal Mr Her
rlngton says Jensen and Badcou wore
forced to disrobe in the middle of a
cold stream in order to push time aulo I
out of a hole On their way north they
were saved from starvation by Mrs I
Spencer at Spencer Idaho The roads
of Montana are praised and Jensen IB I
making the best of the opportunity to I
speed his machine
NOTICE I
Mrs Rosa Brown having loft my I
bed and board I will not be respou
Bible for any bills contracted by her
JAMES A BROWN
SEVIER S S CONVENTION
II
Rlchfiold July 11A very enthusi
astic convention of the Sunday school I
workers of Sevler stake convened In 1
the tabernacle here yesterday All the I
wards were represented but oneI
Over 175 workers were in attendance
to listen to the lively instructions
given by Steven L Richards George
M Cannon and Georgo II Wallace
members of he Sunday school union
board who were In ittendance Jacob
M Lourllzen the superintendent of
tho Sunday schools of this stake was
honorably released his business call
ing him away from home so much that
his Sunday school labors were neg
lected as a consequence The vacancy
will be filled Inter
Some of the present styles of hair
dressing show actual hunches of curls
and ringlets at tho side of the head
but these are extremofaud becoming
to voiy I jw
FUNERAL OF
A PIONEER
CITIZEN
MARK HALL WILL BE BURIED
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Leaves Six Daughters and Two Sons
and Many Grandchildren Wan
Prominent In Ogden Affairs
V
Marie Hall one of Ogden oldest
and most highly respected citizens
died at the home of his daughter Mrs
William Jackson 3021 Adams street
early yesterday morning
Mr Hall was born in Eric county
New York In 1S1M When a child lie
was taken to Indiana with his parents
and grew to manhood there In 1813
he became a member of the Church
of Jesus Christ of Lallerday Saints
Later he was ordained a Seventy
He was married to Melissa N Hall in
Indiana In 1S17
Mr Hall served as Sexton of tho
Ogden City cemetery for thirteen
years and was a member of the local
police force for a long time He was
ordained first councillor to Bishop Les
ter J Herrick and was also home mis
sionary for the county
In 1SS1 he was called to the East
ern states mission returning home
the following year He served two
terms as coroner In Ogden 1
Besides his wife Mr Hall Is sur
vived by six daughters two sons 35
grandchildren and 22 great
grandchildren I
The funeral has been announced for
Saturday afternoon at 2 clock from
the Second ward meeting house
Relatives are expected hero at that
lime from Garland Seattle and Port
land
SLIfiur CLUE I
TO BOLD
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ROBBERS
DEPUTY SHERIFFS FIND CAST
OFF GARMENTS
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Postofflce Inspector Continues to Pry
Deep Down Into the Robbery of
Hot Springs Office
While Deputy Sheriffs Murphy and
Naylin were searching around the
Utah Hot Springs ycKturday afternoon
in an effort to obtain some clue that
might lead lo the capture of the tired
men who held up the hotel there a fow
nights ago they found cement sack
back of the billboards near the hotel
and a pair of overalls and a leather
hat braid under the pavilion I
None of the men taking part in the
robbery are described as wearing ov
eralls hut one of them is sail to have
worn a Stetson soft hat The hat
band located by Iho officers boars the
Stetson trade mark but the name of
tho firm from which it was purchased
ins been scratched out
The money secured by time holdups
Is said to have been carried away In
sacks and the ono found by the deputy I
sheriffs yesterday IB thought jo have
been left behind by the robbers when
they made their division
C D Lowe the postofficc inspector
is still in the vicinity of tho Hot
Springs investigating the case
SOLDIER PAYS 5
FOR ORDINARY DRUNK
Frank S McNcal a soldier from
Fort Douglas was picked up from the
sidewalk on Twentyfifth street last
evening as drunk as a ord In po
lIce court this morning he pleaded
guilty and was fined 5 McNcul was
celebrating thr close of a furlough I
r111c11 lie liiid been ouloyiug He hart
two days yet In which to spend his
money before tIme for him to report
for duty at the fort
William Monte was another victim
of strong drink yesterday and this
morning he confessed to having been
wicked and the judge presented him
with a fine of 5 or five days which
ever he preferred
The eer present John Doc was
around again today for being drunk
He said he had been boozy and he
was awarded the customary 5 fine
FLIGHT OF LATHAM
ENDS IN A FIASCO
London July 16 Special dispatches
received here from Franco say that
the proposed channel flight of Herbert
Latham the French aviator has ended
in a fiasco and that M Lathams re
turn to Paris this morning marks tho
definite abandonment of the enter
prise M Lathams neglect to take
advantage oCthe splendid weather con
ditions of yesterday Indicates the cor
respondents say that the aviator has
realized the folly of his enterprise
fio i SPRY
AT WEBER
CLUBS
HE AND w tbTHER SALT LAKERS
LAKERS WILL BE PRESENT
Meeting This Evening for the Purpose
of Stirring Up Local Enthus
iasm in Encampment
1
Gov Spry and party of Salt Lake
will meet with the local G A It com
mittee and those citizens Interested In
the coining encampment in Utah at
the Weber Club rooms The time sot
L II 1 him M II Io
desire av w to aaltlaab be present uI Is S p m this I
evening
The governor and those who are
to accompany him are earnestly labor
Ing to make a big success of the en
campment and they hope to enlist the
hearty cooperation of tho people of
Ogden
STRIKERS PLACED
UNDER ARREST
Pltlsburg July 15With twenty
two alleged strike leaders under ar
rest herded together in a box car and
the Pennsylvania state constabulary
overawing 3500 strikers by tho free
use of riot maces anil revolvers com I
parative quiet reigned tonight at the
plants of tho Pressed Steel Car com
pany at Preston Pa near here where
the employes struck last Wednesday
for a different working agreement
The officials of the company tonight
stated that they cannot understand I
why the strikers rioted as the entire
plant of the company Is idle and no
attempt is being made lo work any
department
Members of the district executive
hoard of the United Mine Workers this I
afternoon called off the strike of the
18000 miners of the Pitlsburg Coal I
company The men will resume work
tomorrow morning the company hav
ing requested that President Lewis of
the miners ho asked lo settle the con
troversy amicably
I
I DIED III
John Knowles aged 72 years and
pioneer of Utah died ut G a m Thurs I
day from a shock to his nervous sys
tem following a surgical operation
He leaves several sons and a daugh
ter The funeral will be held at 10
a moo Saturday In the North Layton I
meeting house Bishop Harris officiat
ing Interment In Ogden City ceme
toij
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Teheran July 16 10 a ml Ol
O The shah has Just taken refuge 01
O In the Russian legation A dcpu 01
O tatlon from tho British and 0 1
O Russian legations Is now on Its 0 I
O way tp inform the Nationalist OI
O lenders of the fact j
COOOGOOOOOCQQOOOOi
r I SURVEYING
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TRACKS t
BEGINNING OF THE IMPROVE
1 MENTS IN THE YARDS
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Consulting Engineer Isaacs Arrives
From Chicago and Goes on to
i Salt Lake City
o
Consulting Engineer Isaacs of Vice j
President Kruttschnltts staff arrived i
from Chicago this morning in his nil 1
ate car and left a little later for Salt i
Lake to confer with Chief Engineer
I Ashton of the Oregon Short Line sys
I tom In reference to Improvements or
an Important character mapped out
for Ocdeu
Mr Isaacs Is engineering authority
for the enlargement and rearrange
ment of the Ogden yards and for the
various buildings authorized by tho
Harriman management In this city I
during the present season
In this connection It Is learned that
Engineer A Q Campbell put a force
of engineers at work this morning
completing tho surveys for the five
new tracks designed for passenger
train service Immediately west of tho
Union passenger depot and the work
now started will continue without ser
ious Interruption until the rearrange
ment of the yards has been completed
in accordance with tho plans already
appioved
After a sojourn of several hours In
Salt Lake In consultation with Chief
Engineer Ashton Consulting Engineer
Isaacs returned to Ogden this after I
noon and started west for a trip of
inspection over the Southern Pacific
PARK CITY L D S CHOIR
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GIVES OPPEN AIR CONCERT
I Park City Utah July 13Funcral
was held Sunday afternoon in the
Catholic church over tho remains of
Jerry Lynch who died Friday at tho
hospital of yellow jaundice
The L D S choir gave an open air
concert Sunday evening in the band
stand on Main street Several hun
dred people came out to hear the
choir which gave the following pro
gram uijdor the direction of Miss Ethel
Rasband Joy and Peace choir
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere duet
Hark the Heavenly Voices choir
solo hiss Ethel Rasband Let the
Mountains Shout for Joy choir
At tho school election hold yester
day the following were elected
Thomas Stringer three years Rod
McDonald two years and Oliver Lock
heart one year
EVIDENCES OF A
DISAGREEMENT
Washington July I5SlIghl but un
mistakable evidence of friction be
t weon the president and the conferees
on the tariff bill have become apparent
A last effort by the conferees to in
duce the president to consent to strik
ing out the corporation tax amend
ment failed The president not only
told Senator Aldrich and Chairman
Payne that he would not withdraw i
from his position In favor of this tax
but he was assured of sufficient votes j
to keep the provision In the bill and to I
Insure its adoption In both houses Tho
president reiterated this position to
several of his callers today I
Paints were taken at the White
House today to make It clear Chat I
President Taft did not send for I
Messrs Aldrich and Payne on the oc I
caslon of last nights conference The j
conference it was said at the WhIte
House had been sought by the legiS
lative leaders
Senator Aldrich it is related was
pleased with tho presidents decision
already committed to the corporation
tax lie was anxious that the houso
conferees should understand that this
tax is purely an administrative omens
uro The senate conferees have suggested
to the prAldent that ho send person I
ally for senators to whom pledges to I
stand firm have boon given by tho
senate conferees The conferees told
tho president that if the senators I
would release tho conferees from their
pledges tie Intter would be clad lo
accept the lower rates The pros J
dent It is declared has adopted this
suggestion
From all outward Indications how
ever not much progress has been
made The president according to au
thorllativo Information is still hope
ful that out of the conference consid
eration will come a satisfactory meas
ure The president has indicated to
the conferees that he is practically in
terested In securing free hides free
oil free coal and a material reduction
In the lumber schedule
Excellent progress on schedules was
made by the conferees today
The decisions In regard to many
paragraphs were tentative There
was no night session of the conferees
RUGGLES1 EFFORT AT
SUICIDE SUCCESSFUL
Chicago July 15 Clarence L Rug
gles a school teacher of Denver died
In the county hospital today suppos
edly from the effects of poisoning
Ruggles was found unconscious In a
room In a downtown hotel last Tues
day He formerly lived in California
Hanford Gal July 15Clarence
Ruggles taught in the schools of
ICings county California for many
years and at one time was principal
of the school at Lemooie He was a
candidate for county clerk at the last
election but was defeated
ALMOST TilE
a 1
UOTTESr
DAY
THERMOMETER REGISTERS 93 IN
THE SHADE
Within Two Degrees of the Hot Day
Day of Three Weeks Ago
When People Complained
Hot hotter hottest and then some
If it took threequarters of a second
for five snow balls brought from tho
canyon to molt on the sidewalk In
I front of Browning Bros store at fif
teen minutes past 12 oclock this after
I noon what was the lempcraturo at 1
oclock p m today
Answer 93 in the shade by the of
ficial weather clock
Pardon the suggestion that It has
been warm today but It really has
been torrid
It Is really mean to keep talking
about the weather but honestly this
has been one of the hottest days this
season I
Again your kind indulgence is ask
ed while word Is slipped around that
duringtho lost hot spoil the thermom I
eter ran up as high as 95 in the
shade Today will not break the rec
ord but will make a close Booger I
Red for second money
No prostrations from the heat wore
reported today but thats because
there are no such occurrences in this
part of the country
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ROCKEFELLERS LONG FIGHT
WITH JOHN MELVIN ENDS
I Tarrytown N Y July 1John D
I
I Rockefellers long fight to rid the road
just outsido the entrance to his estate
at Pocantlco Hills of John Melvlns
tavern ended today when the stock
and fix in es of tho old road hlopso wore
sold at auction The tavern Itself has
been sold ajid tho former proprietor Is
about to sail for Sweden his native 1
country I
For several years the oil king tried
in vain to buy out tho Swodluh tavern I
keeper who now says he has mado all I
the money he wants and retires vol m
untarlly
SWEEPING DECISION MADE
BY INTERSTATE COMMISSION
I
Washington July lriflutes of tho
Adams Express company tho Ameri
can Express company Voll6 Fflrgo
Co and the Pacific Express company
I
between New York City and Boise
Ida and points similarly situated In
tho Intelmountain territory according
to a decision of the Interstate Com I
coerce commission in almost every
Instance violate the general principle I
that a through rate shall not exceed i
the lowest combination Sr h local
rates between the Siuat uiuio 1
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T ALE OF 1I 9
SHIRT IN
COURT
I CHINAMAN ARRESTED FOR AT
TEMPTED SHOPLIFTING
First Case of the Kind In Records of
of Local Police Court Ce
lestial Fined 5
A shirt tail of more than oivllnary
length was related in police court tills
morning by Leo Sang and his Chinese
Interpreter After listening to their
lingo for several minutes the court
found Mr Sang guilty of attempting to
steal the said article of wearing ap
parel and fined him 5
The case was a sort of an interna I
tional affair The complaining uitnr
was a Jew the defendant a Chinam
tho judge an Irishman and there were
several Swedes In the court room
I After taking his oath which took
considerable time being repeated la
the Oriental language Sang with the
assistance of Ilis interpreter told of
going into the Palace Clothing store
owned by Rosenthal Albert and
purchasing two towels for 25 cents
While In the store lie said that he
saw a shirt that he wanted and there
by hangs the tall of a tale The pro i
prietor tho Chinaman said was I
clazy and when he picked up the i
icarmenL ho was accused of being a I
thief and was arrested
Mr Albert one of tho owners of the
store testified that Sang picked up
the shirt and put It under his coat
He thought the Chinaman was about
to steal it and turned him over to j I
the police
This Is said to be the first time ia
LM hours that a Chinaman has bees I
arrested In Ogden for stealing und
Sang has the distinction honor or no
toriety whichever you please to call
It of being the first Chinaman ever
arrested for shoplifting
BIG MOVE MADE IN
NORTHERN RAILROAD WAR
Vancouver July 15The most pre
tentious move yet made In a big rail
road war shaping up between the
Canadian Pacific the Canadian North
ern und the Grand TrunkPacific rail
ways in British Columbia came today
in an official anonuncement by lM
Canadian Pacific that it intends to
have a second complete line acres
British Columbia at the same time
occupying both banks of the pre
cipitous canyon of the Frazer river
The company intends to complelf its I
line now In operation from Nelson to
Midway and to the coast
The Canadian Pacifics extension of
the Nelson Hue Is surveyed llnouc1
the SIniilkamcen valley to Spotic
bridge and then down through the r
Frazer canyon along the south bank I
The Canadian Northern and Hf
Grand Trunk Pacific are both hendlo 1
for the south bank There is room CO
on I one track A lively fight for the
supremacy Is In prospect
EXPERIMENTS TO BE MADE
WITH THE HELIOGRAPH
Washington July 15in order 111
ascertain Whether the heliograph cnn
i be successfully utilized In the national
1 forests to report fires and transmit
other messages in areas whore them
I Is no mothod of quick communication
i experiments will ho mudo during the
summer with Instruments used by the
United States army In the Kanlksu
national forest of Idaho and In the
Stanislaus forests in California
If satisfactory the heliograph will
be used to supplement the telephone
linos and other means of cornraunlca
thin In the forests where easy and
quick communication In connectloii
with the fire patrol Is essential for
protection aganlut fires on the Wi
000000 acres of national lands
Strings usually not serving anY
practical purpose but caught tip aul
knotted in some graceful fashion ap
pear upon a number of the most pir
turesque broad brlnnmed hats this season I
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+ Ii ° s iris ill wool or sill rocks
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