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12 rrtJLSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1020 10 MAY OF Wash rar CITY Army Is , J tho re nin net known "Arr In Mcx HAN Lieut tnallv Initiate lias, til forces linn. State, r renchc LllIPll rnlly t ngalns denied power. Obn fcstn t come prcsldi cam pa nhtnlil farts "brntil moat i dent rhnrg' "natlc frervlri and (1 havo tiers AOI An n( fif so Gen. ihn t. gone prrpa side t for t be Kar To' troop p(tS, rAllot Oc Prlet tlona himti upon from been Prlet rest,, then In C no tt no) mid hoon rnn( tt qunr' nt M next ment Hlort to h the e rlr-on Join form rrntl W trull Mexl liVCR offlc Indlc tlon miff I trnit Tl Pent lip t ncca co C Can ploy whe In 1 nt It It t to fort sorn tha lilrr tern froi mei I ran Cn nflt H i Ant his utr otr rnl tat wr io Ml a ra rrt Pi fo tie. re ci: M 8 A. M Oi n In T ci n T tl t c u r , u a ? 11 POWDER COMPANY DENIES "THREAT" , No Attempt Made to Co- i crce Legislation f Du Pouts Reply. : ANSWER MADE PUBLIC "Not Interested in Any Can- (Hdatn" la Official Reply by Firm's Head. rONTINI'Kfi flt'UI PAfJt: i,VK of Major General Leopold Wood mado by Senator Uenvnn at Wneh Inglon today. The letlea sent lo Senator Moses on which Senator Konyon bused his charges ns a persnnil letter srni liy iThnrle If. Weilnn, head of the publicity department, official rlnlm ed, which In no way could bo con. strued aa a tin cat. .Mr. Weton, they, mill, illil Henator Moses' attention to the fart that thn dye bill, if panned, would give the country n re i nrvn of tarhnlenllv IIHlnril juien who on ii I il bp rolled upon In an emergency and a nuinlinr of plants which could ln converted Into places for thn manufacture nf in im i I Ion n . explosives hiiiI poison wis, with a minimum wnsln of limn and money. HmphasU wm placed on the fact that no attempt to wiy legislation i was bring made, hut that Mr ! Weston wan preparing some pub- llrlty matter on the question and de- I sired Information. Jim Larkin Goes to Prison WHEAT MEN PLAN half crop of wheat j SLAPS AT HIGH COSTi .Vormil l'rrlili'iil l'lan tn Trim Off IVntlicm of the Modem 'n mi ill . PpfeUltnTlinWorM AJ.VA. Okln.. May .1. In plannliiK for the mitiitunr achool of thn North U'entein normal, which beRltiH May 2K, (ho IiIkIi lirlco of foodKtiiffn In the Morcn and tho cniinmiucut IiIkIi cofl of t noma ami board In the lioiuci came In for direful connlderntlon. Thn now $riO,oflil m niniiolum, 170 fret by K I feet In illmciiftlon, will be i omplf'ted thin ueel, and l'l enlilmu ItnltenbciK thouuhl nut a iiluii to make It seno the purponn of reditc llltt cohlii. Tola will bn leaned and mihleancd to thn men traclietH at f0 leiiln a weelc and thn liullillnc will ncrotnmoiiato aon men. Hpace, locKcin, toilet .lllli l.nrkln retivkteil of rrlmltiul auiuUiy wan nentenccd by JuaMc.c Weeks, nf the New York utipremn rourt to a term of from five to ten ieiirn In HlriK Hlnir prlnoti, Hhorlff Knott (luft) of New Vork Iminedl ilely look the convicted mini to thn Htatlon and then lo the prliton. The pho loKrnph nhowa thn aherlff and Uirkln iiliout to enier tho iiolc patrol parlfi of Ihn dty nt coat nf Knmllnn, pnrhapH Ihrnn tliketN for 5 centa. All men In thin wheat belt of Okla homa must lieln In thn harvent and NorlhweHlern allow Itn Mimmer ulu (lentH two weekn for UiIm help to tho farmeiK. Kmli mim can rum rnoimh lo pay hla entlro hcIiooI eximiifiea In (inn week In tho harvest flclil, It looka Ilke-llatliinberK hiia nolved thn iiroblein no fur an Northwentern Ih concerned. Tho women will hie more rooma In thn city lo choono from Mini eat at thn rafctnrla. lo miKiir lieetn thin yvar, with a re tiini to Ihn farmer of approximately I Id, 0110,000. WaMicrvtoiiicM I'lirm t'oloii, AtUWMlA, 111.. May 7 Waidi women hum are fortoloK n union to rtx a minimum price of a (out an hour for their work Tho nienent avornltu whkii la 3f emits nn hour, wmi curiam to ami from work. Can- of llomclc.vH Anlinnli. LONDON. Mav 7 Or Urnral V r:r......r in.!... Cottle, famoiia fkln f pci lallnl. died nil m i.v . . .. ' l,,cr', '""Hy ""'I "Ih will bIvch (Hll'.l'.I.Kl . ('Ml.. MllV 7 -tin.' ttKll tltlll II. Cr....l Imm.l.... I., line will fiplln illfferetlcc between tipnt .iii..ir.iilini.l. .m.i nr..i..r.i n,-.., i,nn, i Tho laruo Krowcra and the (lrr.ni v,.,r,, l,,i n, i,,i ... in ivncKnn. i niiKar compiuiy over irlce for thn will be nerved cafeteria htvlo and at nrtual runt, no tho entire cxpennn of the 10 weeKa will run from Mr. to IG0, never beyond the latter fluure, A larsn truck linn been obtained from thn Kovernmptit and It will bn uned to convoy ptiplht from the dlatant THE MISERY 0 BACKAC E Removed by Lydia E. Pink ham' Vegetable Compound. Mllkefinn, Mich. - "Kor aix jeara t wna an weak in my hack at times Hint 1 could hnn Ik walk. !,jdl. I. I'lnkhnni'a Vcgo. tnhlo Conipoutul waa reconiuienil' ril tn me and it ni a il o me ood ntnl atrnni; anin o that I am utile to do all ni y work. I highly recommend your nudtcinc hihI'UII exervone I meet nliat It did for rue." Mra. O. KciiooMiEij "to Wood Ave, Mil. kegnn, Mich. Woman's Precious Gift Tim one "lileli aim should moat real suiily i;uaril la her health, hut aim niton !irnlecls lo do o in aemon tuitil onin aliment ticcullnr In her aex, hn raatennl itnelf upon tier. When no ilTcctnl wotnen may rely npon l.ulla K. I'inkiinin'a Vcs'elnlil'e ' ompounil, t remedy Hint han hecn vrnudcrfullv lurr'raiiful in rcntoring liraltli to auf. (eritiR women. If you hove, the allhtrat iloulit that l.ydla K. rinkliam'a VeietMn Com. round will heliiyou, write to l.villu V'. 'inklirttu Medicine Co. ( con tidcn t ll ) Lynn, .Man., for advice. Your letter will Ik' opened, rend ami answered by womnu and held In strict coiUlilcncc. em lo'curinii tiroiiuet on it u cil.l i,i ., i...... i'!',',lr.1 V1"ti.""ly. lftn,,.n,".n nrrrH ,f n,M n f,'"w Wn"t A'N ""'I "en '" v., ..in nr. piaonieii die Uj lirlglltcn. ANOTHER PROFESSIONAL NORSE COMES 00T WITH A STRONG ENDORSEMENT ,ment and aour almost nt nnce, t llnt.1.1 ... . ...I.I. . . . .. 1 . i i t-v i ml """ i""i up wiin ku, ami tnoan JVlrs. IVIinnick Declares She irrriidn pain would Ket ho t.id i IS enjoying ClOOd Health badly rundown, lost welsht and For First Time in Sivlnon """''"Kth, and felt 10 tired and worn, i ur i irsi 1 ime in OlXICCn nm n th.. time 1 could liardi tset J CUTS. 'nriMinci. 1 nan paina In every part 'of my body Juat about nil the time, I but they were especially bad In tho r.nTr.. . A ,,,- Mliall of my back 1 iij suffered OFTEN LAY AWAKE '" nvern headaches and (liny A I I Nir'UT I rHJn h',cIIh. I,ni1 iV uervea wero ao bndly UL, INlVaM 1 LPINL upmit could crt but lltlln hlecp. , often lying awakn all nltht lonp, ! u.ar, fc(, muPn f tho Rood .Tnnlao wna dolna; nthnra I decided to Says Her Troubles Have !, Vrr'u'h;Kni,,,need,c:d0V,,,,, tthn bnded SlltCe TaKinC!1" ''"I''vo rlKht away. It was only rp 1 J ci 11 " w o"aya beforn my aipetlte re- laniac and one Mas turned ami I can now eat anvlhliiK r.-iinrl Tiunntu pnnn,. " wnnt without hnvnK- a particle of VjCllIieU iwenly rounds. I trouble atterwurda. Thoin terrible I Riiawimr paltix that had troubled Mra, Allen Minulck, who hnn been nm ao many yearn havn entlrelv ills a profcMiinual nuran for 36 veara Utipeared. I never havn a headache and renltlcN at lSlfi Twenty. third ; or become dlwy, nnd the palna that avenue, Seattle. Wuah , ndda her 1 wern throughout my body IniVn all volcn to the hundrcda of other IniKone. In fact, my wholo sy'iin hna TO OPEN MARKET Committee of '17 Is Ap pointed at Meeting in Chicago. t Mil AiiO, May 7 A .ominlttite nf 1 1 rcprcaeritliiK all brnnehea of K-a n pioductirjii a ml marketing will be aiioioted to plan the alahlllzlni,' and h.nidlliiK of thn wheat cmp and i take anion on the matter of open I. i, a Krain exi hanxe for future trud 1 iK n wheat afKr .May SI, when tho win " Kuaranly a t expire, It wa d Idi d today at a ineetluK of board of (radi repreannl.illvea. itniln iloal er. n.iiirra, elevator men and bunk e i alb d by Jullua II. Ilarnea, fe If lal wheat diiei tor. An ill' r committee, compoaed nf two ii i r' Hcniatlve from eacji of tin. e cht (X'haiiKe where tr.ldea In fit t.irri have been bandied, UhleiiRO, I) ill ut Ii Mlnpi'Hpoll, Omaha, Toledo, MiiwiiiKee, Kalian City and HI. i, iii i win ne aiipoinieu to make rn onimendatloria on tho reaumptlon of fu'ure tnidlnc; In wheat. Thn r'immitlee will t nnaliler ailKK'iatlnin from all clement coneernc(l anil wit r cn i It ri'coinmendatlonH tn th" Renern commtlten which will t iKn ai linn The general body will he eom poned of three reireaentatlv(w from thn followitiK Kroutia Mtllera, coun try Kralti dealer, faruieia' elevator, ermlnal elevator, farmer' orKun Unli'MH, p'odllcera, etinrtcr, flour handler, linker, tranitiortatlon rep resentatives and one reprecntrillvn from eaeh of thn Hi exehiuiRn In the country. . Illllterinlll. iim i;(tlm;ub.ii'r. Oltl.KANH. Kan. May R lluller f it II k aed the home of Philip llup Imter. n farmer near here, from de atriictlou by file the other day While neighbor were fiKlttltiR ilea perntely to aubilue thn flame, the water nuppty kuvp out At IIiIh criti cal moment n enn of huttermllk wn ( omnia interred nnd used to nm h kooiI effect Hint thn flrn ivin kept Under control until water could ho obtained Ai rcat;c Stimll. Hut Much Ilain.iReil by Wind nnd IVot I Ixxiklinc lleltcr Now. rrii lo Thf Wnrlil PONCA CITY, Okla , Mny .Only SO per cent of thn 1013 wheat ncro ngn wn planted laat full, ao far a Kiy county I concerned, and fully 26 tier cent of that planted ha alnen been ileatroyed, principally by wind whbh were the inot anvcr till aprlnu ever known In thl territory. Tim wheat ileatroyed by .wind wna that planted na a rule on necond bot tom Innd, ;enernlly a aandy loam that :oe with the wind. Home of thn wheat wa Injured In thn valley by the enow lying on It ton long. Tho beat wheat in Kay county, or about 7.'i per i ent of thft planted acreiiKe, I lit thn river and creek bottom, principally along thn Chi kaakla river, clear neroan tho county, with the beat wheat In tho Tonk awa neighborhood, L'ptnnd wheat Is very poor as ti rule. Tho lot Ilanch ha Home cxicllonl wheat, Holdanl brother hnn too nerc of good wheat Juat cunt of hero in Oaage county, and Donation brother have 1.000 ncrcn of flno wheat In tho lied Hoc U locality. of thn former wheat land, not planted to hhort crop nnd barley titoxlmntnly 3!i per cunt Ims been pbinte dto short crop and barely and 15 per cent tn corn. Thn barley acreage I the grentcat ever known In Kay iiiunty and thn corn nercuge In the greatest In year. Much of tho wheat land In tho Kuw City locality I being llHted to corn, although In other localities a great deal nf tho wheat, considered not good, In fast coming out a thn renult of tho pres ent summer weather. Tho earlv sown wheat look good for a full i rop. Oats, badly damaged by lato frosts nnd winds, nro coming nut In fairly good shape, with about thn Maine, acreage an heretofore planted In Kay county. Wheal harvest I about n month off In thl county, although It I fig ured to be later than usual thl sea son. The nrrlvnl nf new harvesting machinery ut all shipping point I a sine indication that harvest Is approaching. REBELS TO SOON SEIZE SEAPORTS ro.VTi.Nt'r;i vnou vur. o.nk lean consul here. Hn said he re. celved n telegram from the preal dent early today and that the mra f.gn wan sent from thn national palace. Hall I J no Cut Thn National Hallway of Mexico, thp most important line connecting Mexico City with the American bor der, w.ta cut by Mexican rebel to dny at I.ampazo (10 mile nouth o the border. Telegraph wire also wero cut ntyl no new could be ob tained rom n. military train carrying 100 reinforcements for tho garrison nt Neuovo Laredo, opposite Uiredo. The troop wern being rushed from Monterey to Nucvo I.arcdo following thn mutiny of nearly 100 mounted customs guards lnt night. Thn custoniH guards who declared allegiance to thn Konora revolution, find tho Mexican City after exchang ing shot Willi Cnrranza soldier laat midnight iniiI tonight were reported (o bn at Colombia, a herder town I.i miles northwest of Laredo. It wan reported they were adding reinforce menta and equipping themaelves for an attack on Nuovo Laredo. Heporta that they had already demanded sur render of tho diy could not be con firmed. (ioncral Hcynaldo (lama, military commander at Nucvo Laredo, de elated today that tho municipal po llen and part of tho custonm iruiirds. niimborltig 00 men, remained loya to thn central government. Hn nald .. I. . I nrn lltt.mP iorces ai ni uiiiuiiun,'. .. . i. fiffpn.t itm cltv and lhat request! for reinforcement from Monterey had been made so pursuit of th" de fecting custom guards and other rebel In this section could be taken up Immediately. Thn whereabout of thn Monturcy troop was unknown tonight. They were wild to be un der command of Oencral Carlo Ozuna. Tho Mexican consulate today an nounced a temporary suspension of vlselng of American pniwportg nnd ionler jierlml. The border towns, they announced, would probably be closed "until normal conditions are restored." KL PASO, May 7 The Carrnnza government at Mexico City La totter ing, while l.i.OOO Konora revolution ists have begun their southern sweep inward th" nation' capital T R lleitran commercial agent for the revolutionists announced today WILL INVESTIGATE SERIOUS CHARGE c-ONTiNtED rnoM rAon ost. StueVo had related the circum stance. A number of members of tho open shop association, mostiv prominent business men, declared that unles working conditions on tho new hospital were made morn Uirrpp.nhiP to workmen, regardless ot unionism or non-unlonlsm, thSV would withdraw the substantial pledges they had made for the con struction of ihe Institution. 'When It comes to threatened de struction nf human life lo preVeni the open shop movement from gain, ing headway, things arc reaching a stage when Immediate action it needed and It la coins to be taken. one member of the association de Aired last nleht. "We nre not showing favoritism toward cither union or non-union men an long n they conduct themselves propcrlv and do a full day's work 1 do tj"t believe the good cHleznshlp of Tills will stand for the use of such Uctl'-n as Mr Htueve reported." Another meeting of the association Is to be held todav at which 'hn incident reported bv Mr Stuove, will be further Investigated this piofesslon who have already In dorseil Tit nine. "Hlnce I began Inking Tanlac I hnvc not only gained 20 pounds In weight, but for the first time in IS yeatn I am free of pain nnd en joying good health," slated Mr. Mlnnlck. "I constantly had cramp ing, gnawing pains In my stomach all mere enm, my npnetltt. wn extremely poor nnd thn lltlln did eat caused me great distress, After every rural my food began to fer- been built op by Tntllac I !i ivn in gained my strength so I can clj my work n a nurse which keeps me rn my feet for hnllra rt.iv nn.t nl.'lit 'without a part vie of trouble Sev' eral of my partlents have taken intilac, and It ha proven beneficial In every case After what TatlHo has done for mo I can never nay enough for tt." Tanlao Is sold In Tulsa exe'Me ly by the Quaker and Puritan Prug companies. Never Mind the Sun Get a Straw Hat to Wear J ET us remind you that the best place to get your new suit, cool, light weight felt hat, oxfords, shirts or summer underwear is at our store for men's wear exclusively. See Our Window Display Open Until 9 P. M. tulsa. Okla Carnation Grocery and Market The Store With a Conscience fPIace Whcrefej J You Will MM Eventually warn MO 8. Main Phono O-7I20 Wc Have a Store Full of Good Things for Shoppers Who Appreciate Good Values Plenty of strawberries, full quarts, at 55c per box; home-dressed hens, lamb, veal, corn-fed beef, porli, barbecued beef and pork; fresh milk, White City Jersey farm pure Jersey milk, cottage cheese, Mrs. Lewis' home-made cakes, vegetables and fruits of all kinds. We always have everything that is obtainable. Carnation Grocery and Market L. D. BEAVERS, Manager Sanitary Cash Grocery 112 North Main Street Phones, Osage 613-9443 Phones, Osage 613-9443 Free delivery on all orders over $5. Small orders delivered for 10c. Guaranteed fresh -Country Eggs, per dozen 43c Meadow Queen Butter 62c Henn, alive, per pound 35c (Fresh dressed to order FREE) Michigan linnd-pli Ucd Navy Henna ,pcr poun New Cabbage, per pound . . .-i . . . New Potatoes, per pound White Onlonc por piniiid . . . .. 10c 6c 35c 12c ttnrly June Peas, per can . Swcot Corn, per can . Tomatoes, per can Kraut, No. 3 cans, 3 for t Spinach, No. 2 cans, 2 for Special for Todny Headlight Matches, per box 15c 15c 15c 25c 25c 5c Fresh tomatoes, new peas, spinach, cucumbers, head and leaf lettuce, green onions, turnips, carrots, mustard greens, celery, egg plant, strawberries. Everything fresh. Osage Grocery & Market SATURDAY SPECIALS Fresh Country Eggs per dozen 43c 3 Iba, Pcaberry Coffee cj)l. 1 lb, Ronoco J( Coffco 4ba7C 1 lb. Sunshine AC Coffee 40C Halo's Leader jo. Coffee 40C Kunklssed A f) Coffee 40C Knsper Tea, 4 Ih. or package 40C Hale's Leader Rolled nr Oats, 3 Ih. 7 o. 6uC Our Mill Rolled Oats, . 1 - J lb I 02 11C Our Mil Milk, small size V)C Choice dried Peaches, OP p-r ib Abe Choice dried Prunea, 1171 per lb 1 0 C Best Seeded Raisins, 1Q. per Ib IOC Choice tilled Apples, OQ per lb mOC Our Mill naked Pork and - Beana, No. 2 ran IDC Campbell's Pork and t A r Ileans. No. 2 can IfxC Navy Q Ileans . U lleans cI7U Full Head 1 A n nice 14C Red Kidney - rv Heans 1UC Corn Kernel In rich creamy milk, size lft No 2 10C Rader Corn, Oftrt 2 cans for &UC Cotton Brand, Rarly nr dune Peas, 2 cans mDC Sikamore Peas, OKn 2 cans tJC Rest Hominy, - O 2 4 Ib. can JLC Polar Bear Sliced Teaches, in 40c PolarRcar Apricots, in A f heavy" syrup AUC Battleship Rlackberrles, A p No. 2 size 23c; 2 for....ftt)C Rest can Pumpkin, - CJ 2V4 lb. can lC Royal Sliced Pineapple, QQ No, 2 tan DOC Onllon can Rfs Catsup .-UUC Oallon can QE Blackberries cttlC Babbit Cleanser, ! f 3 cans .1UC Sunhrlto Cleanser, -t T 2 cans IOC P. & O. Naphtha Soap, 2)(J Meat Department Moyell's Icnva Pride Hams, half or wholo . . 1 Dry Salt Jowls, per lb Good Smoked Bacon, per Ih, . Choice Rolled Rib Roast, Ppr ib Pork Shoulder Roast, per lb, . . . .40c 19c 38c 38c 28c Choice Let; of Lamb, per lb I'resh Sparcrlbs, per Ib Blue Ribbon Margarine, colored, per lb m Lily Brand Margarine, colored, per lb Best Breakfast Bacon, rllced, 1 lb. package .' 40c 25c 38c 45c 50c PIGGLY WIGGLY ALL OVER THE WORLD We havo a "roP'ete line of fresh vegetables and fruits TOD WILL JT A ''ft TIIK AISLKS OK TIIK CLUA.VKST STORK $ 101 n 1.11 isitli ). am tiii: phici:s will si'HPiuiii: you noil a i lw or Tin: piuciiY vic;;ly prices. 25c 64c 31c 45c ... 93c $1.83 $2.78 $1.47 Tivo cans No. 2 Pca.i -, Meadow Gold Rutter, pound Crlsco, 1 -pound can one and pno-hulf pound can Crlsco , , , Threo-pound can ' Crlsco Crlsco, 6 -pound can Crlsco- 9 pound rap hwift m Pure Lard, in t A 1 bulk, per pound . . 1tt4lC Independent Packing Co a l ino Lnrd, a -pound Q-t -j n P'"l " tbl.lO owuis i-remiiini Pure Lard in 0 pound pails, net SMviris Premium Pure Lard, in 10-pound mo pntls, net . . tLd, Li owiii-s .icwei tinorlenlng. tour pound palls, net Swift h Jewel pound pails, net Cottolene, No. cans Strletl fresh Kegs In canons, per dozen . . COFFEES Hnlo's Lender, pound , Lipton's Stec Cut, pound , Whlto House, pound Polger's Golden Gale. pound Arabian Banquet, pound , , , , $1.15 Shortening. In fc $2.25 55c 47c 49c 54c 55c 61c 61c SPECIALS Two cans No. 2 Corn . . . r P. and (!. Soap, 10 bars , , . , Hund-ptckcd Navy Beans, pound Hund-plckcd Navy UeanK, 10 pounds Grand Prizu Butter. per package , . . . . lirookftcld Butter, pi.r pnekago k'lcar Biouk Butter, per package Wilson's Nut Olco, tier pound ilfon s Certified Oleo, tier pound, colored . . . . WlUon'a Diamond A Oleo, colored, pound... Ueav Nut Oloo, per pound (em Nut Olco, colored, per pound Swift's Premium Oleo, N C , per pound Lily Brand Olco, col ored, per pound . . . . Lincoln Oleo, colored, tier pound Troco Nut Oleo, per pound Nucoa Nut Oleo, per pound t .-. COFFEES St. Nicholas, 3-pound can Alton's Old 30 Arbucklo's pound Breakfast Delight, pound St Nicholas, J-Pnd can ...... 25c 75c 9 k 94c 67c 66c 65c 32c 51c 38c 33c 43c 43c 45c 38c 33c 36c $1.71 44c 45c 57c 45c 10c 9c 18c 18c 60c 59c 23c 21 EAST FIRST ST. . $1.15 WE DON'T MEET PRICESWE MAKE THEM PIGGLY WIGGLY .Two cans No. 2 or Tomatoes SOC Wllhon'B Certified Oleo, colored, but without label, rcgu- in lar 51c grade, pound .... 4UC eunsnine Krcsn Roasted and Ground Coffee, per pound ........ r'resh Buttermilk, tier quart Fresh Sweet Milk. per pint . . .. Krcsh Sweet Milk, per quart Krcsh Sweet Cream. 20c pfT bottle hwirts Premium Bacon, i-pouna canon, sliced . Wilson's Certified Bacon. l-pound carton, sliced. Lemons, extra fancy, per dozen iicn Mtur Hour, f-t -'i-pounil sick dJX.tX Good Homo Flour. (! 2t-pound sack . ... tDl.OD Post Toastles, two or packages for (LuQ Rolled Oais and Two-Mlnuta Oats, two fr packvres ZnC Puffed Wheat, 11 A per package J 4-C Shredded Wheat, 1 O 1 Per package J.O2C COFFEES Breakfast Do Luxe, pound Nature's Best, pound j Maxwell House, pound H. and K pound Raldr, pound 55c 61c 56c 61c 47c 9 4 I' 21 EAST FIRST ST.