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RPAb , AMERICAN FQBKcmzB. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ICJ910. I Pleasant Grove Department I Kcandinavian J Reunion Opens I Here Today Hoi Htr Tlirf MocthiRi ami ft Grand tonfort-S'"' Visitors Exported. HxieScflndliiadfin Btato reunion will renherc today with ti mooting In the Barnacle at 2 o'clock this afternoon, concert In the Tabcrnaclo this oven. H lt j o'clock and two meetings to Horrovf. It Is expected that thcro will HijOOorOOO Isltora and ninny prom. Knt Scandinavians, Including Presl. RBt Anton H Lund, Andrew Jensen Kj others. preparations aro being made to roy. l; entertain the big crowd with n orcrt and plenty of good things to t. Tho visitors who como today jl be taken to the pcoplo's homos and use who como tomorrow will ho fed the basement rooms of tho Tnb ucle. Committees on all dlflorcnt Rises of tho big gathering havo bccn orkliK faithfully nnd havo every. lug well in hand. The bis thing of tho reunion will llANMIMCHUSSEy I IMALLYIJORED inlla Itoldrnt Kicked While Trjlng I to Catch Hnr.se Dies FIto Hours I lifer. I Herman IMmchussol was fatally In. j red by being kicked by a horso Mon-, H.r afternoon nnd died nt his homo i out (Ire hours Inter. Ho hnd gono Hi a nearby pasturo to catch the ' Hirte vtben It turned nnd kicked him , Hi tho stomach. Ills daughter, Mrs. Bred Kopp was present and snw tho , Hcldcnt. A neighbor was cnllcd Hid a doctor called. Tho man wns ten borne whero everything possible , Hasdono for him but after suffering I Hut pain ho passed nwny. Hllr. Ttelmchussel rnmo from Gcr. ( Hor to Ftnh nbout 15 yonrs ngr. Hid came to Manila soon after, whoro has been rngnged in fnrmlng n bins fruit IIo wns n soldier In German nrmy and wns proud of rmany's mllllnry power. IIo wns Brood nelRhbor nnd minded his own H'lncss iiP leaves n widow nm' dauRhter Mrs. Kopp. The funeral services woro held yes. I Hrday afternoon nt 2-00 o'clock from 9 Manila meeting house. B o he TUNNEL I STMNES WATER He Wadloy who 1ms been working 'ho Culmcr tunnel at tho baso of m mountain iibovo Llndon for sov ' monihg. 8tn,ck n flow of wntor 9 wk Tho stream Is not very r"e Jet but tho face or tho tunnel PPanntb j,18t 0Ii tho contact nnd "Ulemorr ork W1U pro,H,i,,y KVt o.l flow vrk hns been suspend. until !, (.atl ,)0 0l)tnlnc(1 ,n ;, ,0 co"oy tho wntor out of W "nei no n b0(ly of wn(c,. ,n,op indn lonn might prove u l tnoonionlrnco. Jtefaro or ,up tunnel Is now about 9'" (rp Ho,,, (ho poilnl. It wns . M1Iy rul hv Culmor for n ills. Ki flf ' '"" (vot nml ,,,r i,n,- abandoned. Two yonrs ngo B r?on """ "rKazod by tho Citl. M ,b , U"imo'"1 n"'l Johnsons slnro lim' "'" ncw "wners havo run I m, ,"rf 1 r,nft ' Tho first row m e f" ' "-o n Kravel wnsh hut .'''''n' " I" a blaok gumbo fcare! v',1!,bIc for "nlng smelter W' A t " RW0,,S mvl unless ro. "'" Mish tho strongest tlm. H(. lutn,Mo ThlH ,,nB nprpB8L -, ,,, "lnc Rt nunntltles of o.- - .v! Mrently tho tunnol ' I" .bii!,B. ",h rlny whw " ow H ti"ln hnw back n big body of "10 r, 1 any rat0 tho oxP'orntlo ""mions W' '1nyS VlU pr0V thclr Me!ia,r U obt,,,ne,, wl" Probably f"br,,t. R"p,,,y JJndon resldenls Iviob ,,'nD,rv Wl,orn,l It Is tho In. I n Innll a system. Jroro ,!.r!Rimm Y"nK I'nlvorslty nt J'demi, ,,0R,n8 ,,fl forty-first frC0rT,8p,,L 25' 191fi- nR' !! ,dents Soi,t' 2tJ n"'1 B itm glnB Sopt 27- nonnonlH rH1,, nn'1 0,ho- Information j c Prompt nttenllon, 2.4t ho the Scandinavian concert tonight. It will be free to the public. Tho Com. munity choir will sing tho Pilgrim's chorus nnd n Thanksgiving nthem. Tho Scandinavians choir which will furnish tho music for meetings this afternoon nnd tomorrow will sing the tho thrco national airs of Denmark. Norway nnd Sweden respectively "Der Er Et Yndlat Land," "Ja Vi Elskcr Dotto Under and "Vnrt Land Vart Und." Hngbcrt Anderson tho fnmous baintono of Ogdon, Hyrum Christen, sen, tho Salt I.ako tenor, Axel llloom qulst, the American Fork basso, Mrs Reynolds tho Salt Uko soprano and Mr. Varley will all sing solos. Swen Nelson, Miss Jennie Urson and Prof. Ovorlndo's stringed qunrtctto arc also down for several numbers. Mcs dnmes U. Merck and Clarence Chris, tensen will sing a solo nnd these lad. Ics with Prof. Merck will glvo a gul. tar and zither trio. POST OFFICE TRnilRIF IS SULjJ NSETTLET (.'ownimeiit Sny., p. o. Clerks Arc Sot Aniciiiililit lo Sliilo Minimum Wniro Law Slnlo Snj Yes nnd RrliiBs Suit. A. L. Toono of Salt Ikc nn agent of tho stnto bureau of labor was In Pleasant Grove Monday nnd swore to a complaint before Justlco Mons Mon. son chnrglng Postmnstor II. W. Wad. ley with a violation of tho minimum wngo lnw. It is charged that he paid Miss Florence Framplon, a form, eio lerk In tho Post 0in.ee less thnn tho stnto law provides as tho mini, .mum, tho dlfforcnco being $58. When threatened with stilt scvoral months ngo Mr. W'ndloy paid n part of tho amount nnd gnvo his nolo ror tho balance. IIo Immediately stated tlw enso In full to tho Post offlco depart, ment nt Washington, who advised tho postmaster that bis clerk was In ti" employ or tho United States govern ment. and ns ho was paying her HO per cent more thnn the nllownnco for elork hlro for tho Pleasant Orovp of. floo tho state hnd no right to step In and Intorrere. Mr. Wndley nlso wrote to Senator Smoot, who conrirm. oil tho department's opinion. Utor ho showed tho Washington letter to tho IT. s. District Attorney's office and wns told thnt had ho gono there rirst ho would not havo had to pay nnythlng. Ho thenr cfusrd to pay any more on tho note nnd demanded tlm return or the money riom tho state officials. Tho state now proposes to tost o tho lnw nnd rind out whether it Is n pllcablo to government employees. At tornoy Oonoral Tinmen In a written opinion snys: "In my opinion, tho position taken by tho postmaster Is not tenable. Tho lady employed by him Is in no senso or tho word u government clerk. Sho Is employed by him nnd not by the post offleo department. Tho :lvirly nllownnco mndo hv post ofllco do pnrtmont to him for clerical nssls. tnnco may bo impended hv him In any manner which ho may soo fit to adopt IIo Is In no hotter position than any other employer of femolo labor, ami tho law should bo applied In his oaso." An extract Trnm tho opinion or tho postnl authorities reads: "Woro a state permitted to enforce n minimum wngo lnw with respect to tho employees of tho postnl service II Is evident that such stnto would bo exorcising n control over anil In. torfeilng with n icdornl agoney In direct eontrnvontlon oT tho eonstltu. tlon or tlv Tnlled States, nnd ir tho nddltlonnl compensation or tho clerk woro required of tho postmaster hv tho stnto law such courso would in directly Intorroro with n fodcrnl agon, ey boenuso It would tako rrom the Postmaster a pnit or tho compensa tion nnld him by tho United Stntes. T therefore mlvlso you thnt the law tho stnto of Utah does not npply i tho clerical forco of a United S Post OfTIco." n Tho faro Is only 15c for tho round trip on tho Orem lino Wo invito nil tho Indlos and girls to first look nt our nonts for rail nnd wlntor Wo can plcaso you nil Chlpman's. COUNCIL SUSTAINS MAYOR'S APPOINTMENTS The City Council held u short ses. slon Saturday night and transacted tho rollowhiB business: A. V. Sundberg nsked for tho Im. provement of the street south of the S. H. Weeks residence and n hridgo near his own home. Referred to com mittee on Streets. Mnyor Swcnson reported that tho no. cessnry arrangements had not yet been completed with tho forest range offi cials to Tenco the spilngs In Orovo Cieek and llnttlo Creek. Ho will continue the negotiations. Joslah Kemp wns appointed chief of tho fire department and Isaac Carlson night policeman by tho Mayor, which actions wore contlrmed by tho Council. Complaints were mndo that J. II. Clark was renting out horses contrnry to the ordlnnnco licensing livery stnbles, which was rclorrod to tho tommlttco on license. Tho treasurers report showed n balanco ot $234.00 In tho bank nnd ap propriations wcro mndo aggregating $232.7C. - " LINDON- SECOND WARD IS OOOTD A most succcssrul birthday party wns held on tho lawn or IJIshop C. G. Johnson's last week In honor of tho Mndon Second Wnrd being ono year old. Over 150 sat down to tho ban-' quet spread on tho long tnblcs nnd tho good things to eat woro so plcntl. ful thnt sufficient wns left over rot another fenst. Tho banquet wns fol. lowed by a farco nnd ji program. A pleasing feature was tho flag dance by tho boo lilvo girls In uniform. After tho dance tho git Is at n signal plnnted tho flags In n circle nround tho Ills, hopilo who wore so ovcrcomo with omollon thnt Illshop Johnson was un nble to express their thanks for u few minutes. DEIH SUMMONS IQHN P. HftYRf Nii. of IrMi IMnii'tlmi, IlnglMi lllrlln und Itoslded Here Tor Pnsl 1.1 Vonrs. John P. Hayes who has been nlllng Tor tho past year passed away Friday afternoon. IIo hns been n resident of Pleasant Orovo slnco 1S72, coming hero when ho wns IS yonrs or age. Ho wns born In Cnnlcbury, England. Oct. I, 1855. Ills parents George nnd Funny I'nlpps Hnyos woro born In Irelnnd. Ho wns married In 1877 to Miss Eleanor Hayes who survives. Their living children aro John K. Hayes or tho 11. Y. U. or Provo Geo. Hayes o! Rigby. Idaho: Muriy Hayes principal or tho Richfield blgh school: Rnlph Hayes of this city: Mrs Walt er Moore of Spanish Fork and Mrs. Hyrum Johnson of I.lndon. Mr. Hayes wns a ralltoad employee for twenty years and learned to talk tho Swedish languaco almost as noli as a native. Funeral services In tho Tabernacle Sunday nftornoon woro largely atend. ed. Tho speakers were Illshop S. I.. Swonson. W. I.. Hayes. Illshop A. T.. Culllmoro. J. O. Ilullock. Joseph II Adams nnd Illshop Ed. Olpln, The choir snng"0 My Father." "Host Rest." "Tho Resuroetlon Day" nnd "I Know That My Redeemer Lives" nnd Miss Orpha Hnllldny sang "I Think When I Read Thnt Sweet Story of Old." Tho opening prnyor wns by N. P. Peterson nnd tho closing by Alex Ilullock. SCHOOLS SLT 0000 LXAMPLI.'. The students of tho grades nnd local high school with scythes, hoes, forks nnd rakes got busy this week and cleaned up tho gtounds und streets surrounding tho school houses, the girls nlso nsslstlng tho boys nnd tench ers. w Tho exnmplo could bo followed by tho citizens generally with great bene, fit to tho city's nppenrnnco. ii Dr. nnd Mrs. If. M. Vnnco went to Salt I.ako Thursday. Mrs. Joseph Jncobson had a fe' frlendsnt her homo Friday ovciiIiib Somo pcoplo wonder how It Is thnt Chlpmnn's got so much trndo, thnt Is easy thoy keep a good stock I they soil for cash thoy hnvo court, cous clerks and Chlpmnn's cash prices count Miss hadell I.avls went to Halt Lake Tuodny for r ,.os visit. John V. dark nnd family made an nuto trip to Piovo. Monday. Mrs. A. K. cooper went to Salt Uko Wednesday. Chlpman's candles In their new enso nro a saving of 10 to 20 po cent. , Miss I.la Heck of Provo spent the foro pait of (ho wcck in this city. Miss Sarah Williamson spent Wed osdny in Salt Lnke. Mr. Unsll wnker wcnt lo gnU Ukp Wcdncsdar to spend the week end with his lather. Young Men, ir you want to bo sty. llshly dressed, KCt your suit, shoes, hnt etc., at Chlpman's-cverythlng right up to the last word In stylo. The Misses Anna Ilooko nnd Ada Taylor of ProVo spent Sunday tho guests or Miss F.dnn Thomas. Mr. Irving Katon who Is hero rrom Vernal went to Salt Uko tho Tore pnrt of the wook. Miss Sndlo Mills hns been enjoying n week's vacation with friends In Mldvnlo. Garfield nnd Salt Lake. Wo can savo you 20 to 25 per cent on your winter coats. Wo bought early before tho ndvnnco wo mni y.our dollars stretch Chlpmnn's. C. A. Gnmmott Is mnklng some Jm provemonts at tho Drlggs homo which ho recently purehnsed. Miss Leah Thornton spent Sunday In American Fork, tho guest or Miss Sadlo Shipley. Mosdames James T. Powoll, John Iloverldgo nnd Henry Kemp or Lehl spent Sunday with friends In this city. If you nro looking tor pretty hats Tor tho girls nnd boys thnt nro not "y"KJ0 rn" on Cn,n"ian,B R'r Rod !'yWC")'"wm,"(' Pn" "id Winter hats Tor nil tho boys nnd girls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Walker or this city nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ryron Eaton or Vernnl, spent Sunday In Salt Lnke j Miss Leah Thornton went to Salt T.nJi Frldnv to spend the last or the woi.k with hor aunt. Mrs. S. M. Pal lerKon. Vr Morel Riehnrds left Thursdnv for Peon Creek. Tooele county whero bo will teach school tho coming year I7 Stylo Plus clothes do not chnngo. no matter what tho ndvnnco. tho same year round, nnd tho world over Chip, mnn's Is whom you get them. Thomas nnd Oner Ttlrhlns and Mrs. Ed Warburton returned onrlv In the week rrom Vornnl whero tbov went lo iiltend tho runornl of their brother Mis O. T. Nlelson entertained at n simper nnd nn evening or games nnd music. Tuesday evening, In ,onor of hri husband's birthday. A snmplo or the vein matter In the face of tho Utah Centennial wns ns sayed this week nnd showed vnlues of Jfi.ss In load nnd silver. Get your Tall and winter underwear while wq hnvo nil sizes nnd kinds Now Is tho time, nnd Chlpmnn's Is th plnee Mr M. F. Carson nnd thrco children Cecil Montlo nnd Lloyd or McGIIl. N- spent tho week with rein t Ivor of this city. Mr nnd Mrs. Ijiwienco Wnlker and Mrs Walker's slstor. Ruby Rndinnll I piuo Snturdny for fdnho, whero they expect to Btay nhout two weeks n Iihilio Falls, Tonn nnd other plnces. We novor did have u larger stock of ladles and children's coats Nor have wo over hnd a more stylish lino tho prices nro nlso right Call on ns nt tho Dig Red Store Chip mnn's. A sliver shower was given Monday afternoon nt tho homo of Mrs. Emmn Oveilndo In honor of Mrs. Dr. 0. A. flrun. Those present woro: Mrs. Al. nm Kltk, Mrs. Suslo Swenson, Mrs. W L Hayes, Mrs. Alvn Chlpmnn, Mrs. I. W. I.und, Missoss Estolla Fonton. Ruth Lindsay, Ronn Cooper, Dezzlo Short!. Leono Foutz, Grnco Mnrrott, Kthel Clnrlc, Vloln 'West, Rcsslo Now man, Mnrlnn Tannor, Ednn Poulson. Mrs Clnronco WocltB nnd Mrs. 0 A Hnsmusson. Tho Misses Rcnn Coopcor nnd Dezzlo Hhooll went to Salt Lake Wednesday to lcgistec at tho U. of U. Miss Sadie Atwoood retuined Tues. day from n two weeks visit with friends in Salt Lake. If you need u good heater for whit, cr, wo hnvo our fall nnd winter sup ply on hand, glvo us n call. Prices nro right Chlpmnn's. " Life Is real, and life is earnest, I.Uo 1s full of enterprise. Still It has u few hnck numbers Who refuse to ndvcrtlse. Mrs. J. S. Walker nnd two children llcrnnrd nnd Samuel who hnvo been spending n two weeks vncntlon In Idaho returned homo Sunday. Mr. nnd Mis. llyion Eaton who hnvo been visiting with relatives In this city returned to their homo In Vornnl Wednesday. Mr. Olio Andorson, Mr. A. K. Coop, cr, Mr. L. W. Lund nnd Mr. W. L. Hayes nnd their wives wont to Silem Thursday to the Republican Conven. tlon. Fall I.lnolcumns Just In nt Chlp mnn's when you put up that stovo romembor Chlpmnn's havo tho Llnol. eumns, you enn nlwnys depend on Chlpmnn's If you need nnythlng. Mr. and Mrs. John Holdnway, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wnrnlck, Mr. Louis Wnrnlck nnd Mr. Dnn Adams nil went to Snlem Thursdny to tho Rcpubllcnn Convention. HOYS now is tho tlmo to got your ' bl"ycles repaired so you can rldo them , to school. Owen Draper hnH a full I Hue of supplies. D.2t I Mr. Ross Smith and Miss Suslo Kirk ' went to Salt Lake Wednesday. Miss Kltk will go from thcro to lloxoldor county, whore she Intends teaching school the coming year. Tho Hymcnoptorn Swnrm of hoe hlvo girls met nt tho homo of Miss Corn Wndley Thursday ovonlng. Tho evening was spent "in malc'lng'cnnilF und eating grapes. Monarch tho fuel savor, Monnich with n good draft, Monnrch tho king of nil steel ranges. Sold by Chip, mnn's Everyone guaranteed or your money back. Mr. Guy Richntiln whoh as Just ro. turned homo rrom Mammoth where ho has been during tho summer, wont to Salt Lake Wednesday to register at tho IT. or IT. Miss Roxlo Adams enterlnlncd hor Sunday school class at her homo Sun. day evening nt n lnwn party. Thoro , wore rorty pcoplo present. Tho time! was spent In games, and water melon was served. Men's new full suits and over coats In nt Chlpmnn's. No matter how stout or tall wo please them all, our mam. I moth slock penults It Chip-I man's. j Mr. and Mrs. Alex Thornton. Rolla and Leah and Miss Jonnlo Larson ; wont to American Fork Thursday ov. enlng to attend the wedding of Mr Thornton's slstor. Miss Fern Thorn, ton, who wns mnrrlod Thursdny to Mr. Elmer Chlpmnn. I Mr. nud Mrs. J. D. Thorno.entortnln- i cd Sat ui day ovonlng In honor of Dr. and Mrs. 0. E. Grim. After Biippcr raids woro Indulged In. Present woro: Hr. nud Mrs. L. W. Lund, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. R. Rlchnrdson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Hnllldny. Dr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Ellsworth, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva Chip. man nnd Miss Orphn Hnllldny. These chilly nights make us think of blankets. Wo wnnt you to think or whero Is tho best place to get them H you will cnll on us, you will know and enn toll your friends- -Chlpmnn's. Aro You Looking Old? Old ago comes quick enough without Inviting It. Somo look old at forty. That is becnuse thoy neglect tho liver nnd bowels. Keep your bowels regu lar nnd your llvor henlthy nnd you will not only reel youngor but look youngor. When troubled with con. Ktlpatlou or hllllousness tako Chnui borlaln's Tublcts. They aro Intondod especially tor these ailments nnd nro oxcollcnt. Easy to tako nnd most ngreeahlo in effect. For Balo by II. II. Mcrrihow, Lehl, Utah; Wm. Thornton, 2 stores, Ameri can Fork: Hcdnulst Drug Co., Pleas ant Q rove nud all dealers. Mr. nud Mrs. J. A. llolmnn went jHft to Ihlgham City Friday. Kg JjE Hoys and girls, Indies nnd wives, Hjx when you want those good Union Hft Suits 50c per pair Ctilpiuiiu'n Is tho ISgt place. 'iUft 1A1NA" Comes to tho Columbia Thca- fflf tro, Provo, Friday and Sat-. )W urday, Sept. 15 and 16. Hjt That V. IT. Cluno in singing '-'ffi "Kainona," wns sincere in his H atliMiipl to avoid sensational- jffi ism and product) a work or art; S! (lint would tvin success on tho ill .same high plane of merit thnt: 'Q! charaetori'.es Helen Hunt Jack- j son's novel is amply proven jlE in the elopmont episodo, wheit H Kamona and her Indian lover "' H make their dangerous nnd dif- ficult trip across the nioun- jfl tains to their future homo. jfl Mounted on their sure. footed hones jHE tho lovers picked tholr wny nlong a S narrow trail. "Narrow, indeed" ex. H claimed Mrs. Jackson. "It was from 9 sheer terror soon, that Ramona shut jW her eyes. Aputh, It seemed to hor mB only n hand's brondth.wldo n stony. B orumbllng path on tho sldo of n pre. M clplce, down which tho t" nos rolled. JH nnd rolled, anil rolI t'llus. ' IO nut or sight ns thnj , oil. Ales- ,M sanilro turned to soo Rnmonu pallid, SH her lips pnrtcd, hor eyes ful of tcr. ' Jfl ror. Shu had boon to proud to cry "?hT out; hut sho wns nenrly besldo her. ! H self with frlcht ; 91 Novor did a director In lovo with HJ Bcnsatlonallsm of tho circus sort. Any V.'M director with alms loss artistic thnn mU Cluno's would hnvo revelled in tho jjfiB exhibition or terrors. Cluno stnkcd IliM tho rldo, howovor, ns It would have fHj 1 occurcd hi Hie, nnd ns Mrs. Jackson l , Imagined It. Tho qualms of tho char- U actcrn nro Inlornnl Instead !of r H tornul. Cluno secured two sure- iM'fl ' Tooted horses, nnd directed Miss Adda "M I Olenson nnd Monroo SnllBbury to this .', J ' very mountain trail. Tho two rode w $ over It, ono no Rnmonn nnd, tho oth. Itl 1 terwnrds confessed sho feltniuch1'of wftiSoffli I tho dizzy terror described by Mrs. 5 tn Jackson, but In tho photo.dninin sho , Is too busy, ns wns Ramona, kcophu' v,9 hor seat on the horso to thing or net. ,'; lug, or rather, overacting. Tho scene ,,fl ' Is remnrknbly elTectlvo without hr'- J!m blood-cuidllng. l',ttal , WITH PROPER USE OF PAINT j Veranda May Be Made Most Comfort fgH able Reetlng Place If a Little TMf Chintz Is Added. JH You women ulio live In the country nHj will Unit that ii can or two of paint jjHl und a bolt of pretty chintz will do jHJ much to triiiisrriu your porch furnl- uHj ture, says tlm New York Telegraph. It jHJ you have no cuinforliililo chalrH for Ha piazza use, do buy one or two. Thoy jHj need not be oxiioiikIvo pieces, hut ho Hj sure they mv coinfiirtMlile und luivo ,IIHj pretty lines. iffll Tin) wicker or reed furnl turn Is real- '9ft ly the most uttractlvo for verandas, 'jHj and II Is not lit nil expensive. jHj Ymu uei'il not worry If you huvu two ,H or thr-to pieces of one kind mid u con- HJ plo of pieces of another variety. After IHj you havo given them nil u coat of the 'jHJ siiiiu) paint und iiiuilo clilntz-tiis-lilinit'd HJ scats und backs for them, thoy will jBJ look enough ullko to fool tiny casual Hj eye. Itesliles, no one expects rigid for- H mnllty hi porch decorations. H If your Iionsu Is white or gray you Hj will llml 1 1 lit t green porch furniture ' jfl will look best. Glvo nil tho chairs, tit- i 9 hies nnd settees u coat of green paint I Hj und ono of green eiiiiiuel paint. The ) 9 chliit. Tor green fiirnlturo hhould con- ,9 trust with It, und u llguro with u good M deal or red In It will ho found most ' 9 elTectlvo. 'J9 It may bo wlaest to have n cheap rj9 upholst ror iiiuko the sent cushions 'ffl und backs ir you uru ufruld to tuckle gm ho tricky u Job. IIuvo them iiinilu with rB somu whltu goods us ll cover. Then Sjifl you can yourself uuiko slip covers of M tho chintz for theiii. The reason why ;9 It is bettor not to havo tho chintz put 9J right on us the llrst cover of the cusli- it Ions, Is bucausi) it may soil very quick- 9 ly, being whore tho street dust can ;-9 easily reach lt. If the chintz Is mndo 9 into slip covers they can he removed flj und wusheil when soiled. yH If your house Is uny other color ex- 91 cept white or gray, brown porch furnl- m turn Is prcttlent. So you can paint your 9 furnishings brown mid use almost any H gayly colored, pretty bright chintz for 91 cushions. Hu RI:MI:MIII:r THIS When you get 9 ii Miuit nd. or uny other kind of no- 518 (Ice In this paper, It also appears in 9 our other tnn papers without any ex- Jvm trn charge 3 for 1. It Is Uio Kiuno A hIUi subscribers you get nil iho hovm M from our three papers, und jou inl' W "" " !