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j fl- THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY. JUNE 6, 1913. ; I II great Opportunity to share the untold fortunes that will be made from America's greatest new industry encouraged by the Government, that I has been centered in Utah. It has aroused the people of the world. Its possibilities are unlimited As an ideal investment it has no comparison. To those who may become interested) and take immediate action we will extend an incomparable 1 easy payment plan. It will be for your immediate welfare to act a.t once as this is being quickly taken up under these spe cial liberal terms. For detail information regard same ad 1 dress. Ideal Investment, Box 889 Ogden, Utah. -new spring togs for men and boys. Wl NYE'S I STANDARD TELEPHONES For Editorial, News and Society Department, CaU Only Phone No. For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. If RANDOM REFERENCES Kodak finishing. Trlip aiudlo. Long Distance Wa Iker Walter Standow . a coast-to-coas; pedestrian, stopped otf in Ogden Yesterday on hid way east. He stated that he is walk ing across the continent for a prize of $3,000 but that In addition he will ' J also recehe a wife :md an education Advertisers mu-t have their copT ready for the Eveninr Standard ihe I evening before the dsy on hich .h advertisement Is to appear in order to insure publication Praises Reads T Warren Allen. United States highway engineer, has ; been in Ogden Inspecting county and federal roads He praised the roads of Weber county and referred par ticular to the road through Ogde-i canyon. Recital. Lillian N'ordica and assist ing artists Tabernacle. June 11. All seats reserved at Culleys. Bali 21 for tbn cevj. editorial aad society department0, of the Standard. Old papers for sale at this offlco; L'"c per hundred Not a Suicide The search for the supposedh dead body of Frank Coen was suddenly ended yesterday after noon when Coen returned (o his room at the Creston hotel. He refused to discuss the note left in his room and had nothing to say concerning his movements. First-Class Auto Service Call ap Elite Cafe, Phone 7.'. The Methodist Ladies Aid will hold a Rummage Sale at 2350 Washington avenue Friday afternoon and all day Saturday of this week Recital Lillian Nordica and assist ing artists. Tabernacle June 11. All seats reserved at Culleys. Eagles' Carnival -ccording to an announcement made by President Earl R. Geiger of the Tri State Aerie of Eagles, there will be a carnival and other amusements in Ogden at the time of the gathering of Eagles, June 17. IS and 19. There will be a bi parade on the evening of the opening day In which all the visitors will tak part. It Is expected that there will be hundreds of Eagles In the city dur ing the three days. Purity Is the kevnote of B & G Butter. Suit Commenced The Ogden Sav ings bank has commenced suit against the Union Fuel company to recover $26,949 57 alleged to be due on three certain promissory notes issued April 1 1. 1910, March 30, 1911, and Decem ber 15, 1910. ANY INFORMATION CONCERN ING THE WHEREABOUTS OF WILL PRICE, AGE 16. WILL BE GRATE FULLY RECEIVED AT 545 TWENTY-FIRST. PHONE 1144. 2t Veteran Thankful The committee men who had charge of the annual reunion of the Veteran Firemen of the city, May 28. state that they are grateful to the iadies and all others who contributed so liberally to the success ol the undertaking. "Ad" Men Thankful A letter was received today from the Portland "ad" men who were entertained In Ogden yesterday, thanking the Weber club for hospitality. C. H Moore, travel ing with the party is a correspond ent of the Portland Oregonian and a "story" of the day spent in Ogden Is on its way to that paper to be published. Called to Inquest Conductor Jacob jjl! Rhine and Brakeman George Graham, who were on the Union Pacific train J when Engineer Alfred Larson was killed at Church Buttes, a month ago were called to Evaneton this morning to attend the inquest held over the (recently recovered body As soon as the men arrived from their run, they were sent east on No. 20 Justice to Talk Justice Frick of the Utah supreme court, will 6peak at an open session of the Ogden lodge No 2. Knights of Pythias, next Monday evening. Immediately after the regular lodge session "Pythisn- ism" will be the subject upon which the justice will talk and all interested in the fraternity are invited to be present. New Soda Fountain The new Li- quid celess soda lountaln. recently jS purchased by John Culley, has arrlv- j?! ed and Is belnc installed today in the jff drug store. All the latest appurte- jijy nances to modern fountains are in- H I eluded and when erected will be one j ing establishments in the city. It is fourteen feet long. On a Tour Charles Llppincott, as sistant manager of the Orphenm theater and Mrs. Llppincott left this afternoon for San Diego for an In definite visit Various resorts and coast cities will be visited on the trip Departs for Chicago Miss Thora Williams left for Chicago today over the Rio Grande. Found William Reast, special pa trolman. In charge of Liberty park playground, has several articles in his possession which he has found on the grass Amonc them is a valua ble pair of spectacles, some purses ; and various other trinkets which he will be glad to turn over to the own ers Married John Bertolina, ago 28 of Diamondvllle, Wyo., and Miss Mar jorie Becco. age 17 of Frontenac. Kan., were married this morning by Judge W H Reeder. Not a Relative Mrs H W Man ning has informed the Standard that the statement to the effect that she is the mother-in-law of Edward Hart Is wrong. Mrs Manning is not re lated to Mr and Mrs. Hart Cross Ralls Arrive Manager P. D. Kline of the Ogden Rapid Transit company received Information today that the cross rails to complete the intersection of the Twenty -third and Washington aenue car lines are at band. The connection can he made in two days In all probability, the Twenty-third street line extension direct from Washington avenue, to the Dee hospital, will be in opera tion Saturday. Marriage Licenses Marriage li censes have been Issued to Williahl England and Susanna R Booth of Plain City Leon J Yeoman of Wil son and Florence E. Bow ns of Sla terville; G. Crete Hymer and Grace Mildred Moore of Salt Lake and to John Bertolino of Diainondville. Wyo., and Margorie Becco of Trontenac, Kansas. Ralney Estate In Ihe matter of the estate of Eliza Ralney, deceased, the petition Tor change oi administrator has been set for hearing June "3 Missing Son --The police have bee:i asked by the Spokane chief to be on the lookout for Charles G Weir of Belfast. Ireland, who was last heard of in Spokane. The parents in the old country are inquiring for their aon. Transfer Tolm K Spiers has transferred to Levi H Draney, lots !' and 20, plat B, Plain City survey. Consideration .:i500. At the Dee David Hutchlns, Lor enzo. Idaho, C. A. Haupt. Oakland Cal ; J H McDaniels, Ogden. and Mrs. Annie Warren of Ogden haej been admitted to the Dee hospital for treatment Mrs Esther Webster, Rigby, Idaho, Olive Beasley of Hoop-i er and lohn Koff or Reliance, Wyo.' have been released Born A telegram was received in Ogden last evening that Mrs. M ' Armstrong Mills of Ixs Angeles le the proud mother of a bouncing boy. born yesterday morning. Mrs. Mills ; has a large acquaintance in this city The telegram states that the mother! and child are doing nicely. Arrested Serfino Adino, the young Italian who was recently arrested ov, the complaint of Mrs. D Richie, that I after he had combed his hair at her dresser, a watch was found to be missing, and who was discovered be cause the evidence was purely cir cumstantial, was arrested today, charged with attempting to beat his board bill. rn GOVERNORS MEET IN SALT LAKE Salt Lake City. June 5 For the first time in the history of western conventions, governors and represen tatives of the national government met here todav to arrange an ami cable adjustment of conservation questions Five governors and seven repre sentatives of the national government are in attendance, A. A. Jones, first assistant secretary of the Interior, being here as chief representative of the national government "I believe all our differences can and will be adjusted to the best development of the west," said the assistant secretary in his address. "It the conservation laws and rules are harsh." he declared, "we shall amend them The national adminis tration wants to be the friend of the homesteader and the enemy of (he graltlng despoiler We want you to help us do that. Our policy will as far as possible be our policy." In his address of welcome Govern or Spry of Utah dwelt upon the de velopment of the west an.l maintained that t can be successfully accom plished onh through the co-operation of not only state and nation, mut city, county and town as well. Governor Ammons of Colorado re sponded iu behalf of the states rep resented and declared that there was no disposition on the part of the western states to ask for anything that was not reasonable. Governor Haines of Idaho responded in a simi lar vein. Governor Carev of Wyoming refer red to the fact that the present ad ministration has appointed western men at the head of the interior de partment and was of the opinion that this means a far more liberal policy toward the west than heretofore rir A NICE COUPLE She (angrily) Then I shall ue you for breach of promise. He Go ahead! I shall sue vou for I slander for saying that I proposed to ' you. PAVILION TO BE ERECTED IN THEPARK A pavilion for Liberty park and the leveling off of Monroe park to make a baseball diamond were th recommendations submitted by Park Commissioner B Van ler Sehuit al the meeting of the park commission this afternoon at o'clock Liberty park has become a resoi for many during the hot afternoons and evenings and Is a popular pick nicking ground The proposes pavili on will form a shelter In case of Bhow ers and will also hold tables and benches Mr Van der Sehult submitted sketches of pavilions and Architect Hodgson has secured photographs of the pavilions in the Salt Lake parks the designs of which were favored by some of the commissioners. It was the desire of the park com mission to have the board of educa tion share with the park commission the expense of improving Monroe park The board has not eonsl'b red the proitosltion and the park comm's sion will probably go ahead with the work. ' XfKJ DR. CONDON IS AGAIN IN HIS OFFICE WHERE HE WILL BE GLAD TO MEET HIS OLD FRIENDS AND PATRONS Adv. s: nn SKYSCRAPERS HOPE TO WIN ON THE RED John McCloskey and his band of ball tosers are superstitious. During the first two games in Salt Lake, which were won by Ogden. the Sky scrapers attributed their misfortune to the wearing of red caps and red stockings. When they changed to white on the third day. the luck also changed After wearing white during the two games this week and losing one game, the order was given to don the red today Consequently the swatters from Zlon went to the field assured of victory All believe that a change in color is bound to bring a change in results McCloskey pointed his finger at Morgan today and gave him orders to do the pitching Met 'lain will offi ciate behind the bat. Mac has an other catcher coming from the east, but he would not give out his name. It is expected that the new backstop will arrive In time to play tomor row Fiddler or Jensen will pitch for Ogden with Perkins behind the bat again Jones is back at short where he played yesterday with good re sults Ballinger, the Denver pitcher, re ceived liis transportation last even ing and loft for Ogden at once Moore head is authority for the statement , that the new man will make things! hum for Ogden s left fielder has faced him on several occasions and is ac-1 quaintpd with the power of his slants Ballinger is a lawyer by profession I and a ball player by choice. For a time he played ball on the side and practiced law Now he practices baseball and uses his law knowledge for easy money during the off sea son. Ogden's other recruits will be drop ping into the city tomorrow. oo CLAIMS BAKER MADE FALSE STATEMENT In Judge Howell's division of the district court today, the case of So phia Leeming against the Ogden Valley Trout & Resort company and Joseph Barker is being heard The plaintiff is 6ulng for $1000, paid for stock under alleged fraudulent representation. Mrs. Leeming states that the Barker represented to her jthat his company was BoLvanl and that good dividends would be de- rived from an investment in the stock, informing her that men of high J financial standing in Ogden were in terested In the company The transaction, according to the complaint, was entered into in Octo bor, 1909. The following Jury was empaneled to hear the facts - Robert M Gale. George Douclns. t'harles G Price. John Met ready. Richard R Brown. J R. Horspool. George Sanders and John E. Erickson. WALLS WILL BE FOR A LARGE STRUCTURE Plans for the reconstruction of the Parry building at Twenty -third and Washington have been drawn by Les lie HodgBon and will be ready for bids within a few da8. The recon structed building will consist of the original three stories but the founria tion and walls will be strengthened for a five story building C. J. Huinphrls was the lowest bid der on the contract for the construe tion of the large dairy barn to be built at the State School for the Deaf but the contract will not be awarded until the trustees meet. It Is ex pected that the matter will be decided shortly and the building will be com pleted In time for the opening ol school in the fall. The ReeseHowell Improvements will he completed July L according to the architects, and the Wright Job will be finished in two weeks. AS DAD GIMLIN SEES THE TEAM "Dad" Glmlin Is quoted by the Tele gram as saying Dad" Glmlin who has been men tioned as a successor to Manager, Kitty Knight, witnessed the game from the stand "This town needs a ball club, not a new manager,' said Qlmllo after he had seen Ogden play about three Innings. "If I were to take tills club now it would merely be a case of transferring the goat from Knight to me. Some one has got to be the goat with this club 1 can see only a few ball players in the whole outfit This team is far out classed and tlie people here must have underestimated the class of the league When they gathered this bunch. Do you hear the people roasting McClos- I I ye because be has such a club-7 They are roasting Kitty because he hasn't rrnt hail Hub j rlon't know anything I about Mct'loskey's salary list He is probably under Hut here is the thing they roast you if you don't gn and get a ball club and get beaten and they also roast you because you have a ball club and are winning Relieve nie, there 16 only one system and that is to get the hall club." There is a probability that aexl Sunday's Snlt L.akc-Ogden game will be transferred to this city Howard Murphy drove out three beautiful single until "Dad" Glmlin in the stand, was forced to say "That fellow ran surely hit them when and where he wants to." on HEADQUARTERS ARE NOW AT OGDEN The Ogden and Logan districts of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph company have been consoli dated and are now under the manage ment ol P W. Carroll at Ogden. The various exchanges throughout Cache valley report directly to Ogden Instead of to Logan. Alma Olsen, who was district man ager at Logan, is now exchange man ager at that city. -oo DEATHS FUNERALS STEWART James Raiph Stewart, aged 28 years, died yesterday noon at his home In Roy from tuberculosis He was a reporter on The Morning Examiner in 1910, After a trip to Arizona for his health he returned to Utah early this year and had been gradually falling since. He leaves a widow, three small children, mother and brother. Robert T. Stewart of Deadwood, S. D. Funeral arrange ments will not be made until word is received from the brother. M'CHESNEY The body of Robert' Mcf'hesney will lie in state Friday i afternoon and evening at the Kirk endall funeral chapel, and on Satur- day morning will be taken to the home ol Mrs Llllibell Frey, 446 Seventeenth street The funeral will he at 2:30 o'clock Saturday from the Methodist Episcopal church He was I H member of the Independent Order! of Odd Fellows nt Burlington, Iowa. I and the Fraternal Order of Eagles and Machinists' union In Ogden Mem-1 hers of the various orders in Ogden will meet at the church Saturday af ternoon nt 2 30 o'clock to attend the funeral STEWART Funeral services for James Ralph Stewart will be held at 2.30 p m., Friday at Roy Inter -ment will tie made in Mountain View cemetery. FOREST FIRES FEARED BY SHERMAN District Forester E. A. Sherman has gone lo Idaho to look over the prep nations made for fire fighting in the forests. He is anxious to know what the fire fighting strength Is so that ; the department may be prepared to combat the flames this season. It is stated by the men In the serv ice that prospecls for the year in the tire .ones of the north are not very promising as there is but little snow in the mountains and it is feared the forests will become dry and Inflam mable early in the season. Much money has been spent the past year preparing to fight fires Telephones have been constructed In to the forests and the trails and roads have been greatly Improved. A large supply of tools for fire fighting and provisions for the men have been sta I tioned in the fire zones to aid ip the j work. The fire fighters are thor I oughly organized and It is said by the foresters that in a very short time an army of men can be placed on the fighting line with good equipment. oo- JOIN INTERNATIONAL 'ASSOCIA TION Copenhagen. Denmark. June f An nouncement was made today that the United States Football association wac admitted to membership in the Inter national Football association at its re cent meeting here snd hu3 becomes the ruling body In association foot ball in the United States. 1 Society MRS CRAFT ENTERTAINS. The Fifth Ward W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Craft Wednesday afternoon a very interesting meeting was held and Flower Missions was the subject; after a pleasant hour light refresh ments wei ser d Mrs. N. 8. Elderkln. wife of Rev Elderkin, former pastor of tho Fir, Congregational church of this city, and A OOOpKa TO TRADE fj At Wrights' This Week Suits Half Price The Half Price Sale of Ladies' Suits has created a stir of business on this busy Second Floor. All cloth suits are now being offered at just one-half the original prices and this is the last reduction. The line is large, and all sizes are offered. rho.ee of ihe r 7C Choice of the e $17.50 Cloth ld -'.-' " Spring I K ; f Suits Cloth Suits XV d 0- choice of the CA R7 Choice of the FJ Cfl 3 Cw55Sb $10-75 Cloth H.VOO Spring I " ryfim suit v cioth suits x 1 v v8 ' Choice of the t M ft 07 Choice of the UAfir J 1 $24.75 Spring V' $39.25 Spring U-9 J fj t'lolh s,,ils ( loth Suits 9 VmMm Choice of the $JA Choice of the om f$ V Spring 3 1 Jd ' SP 8 A I 1 71 j 4t n rln,h Suits ' ffl tw.M Choice of the tf m cr Choice of the a hmiAW YV $2fl.7r Spring JI-03 Mi 00 Spring dyy.dV 0( CJlIJ Cloth Suits 11 Cloth Suits UU wJ i Embroidery Sale J 11 This week again the Embroiiler-v Sale will be in progress. I w lw -f Every piece of embroidery s( jrj Ogden should be bought at in I this sale if good values and complete assortments will win the W business. The tables in these departments are still filled with the greatest lot of embroideries ever offered at one time in t flflvff the city. I y : i j Sale of Undermuslins f V June Brides and summer girls still find this sale one of 2 wtl v P star aUra,,tins- Still are the tables laden with billows oi $(Im. k! dainty lingerie whit. h is being sold in great quantities at h v r! priees which in man cases would nu pay for the materials - wIl ant f'ie mamfr From the simplest pr'neess slip to the most jfl Jm2fJQ elaborate combination suit. All arranged on the tables tor easv choosing. : b June Silk Sale Ten thousand yards of choice new silks at remarkable reductions. Crowds of buyers attended this sale yesterday. e ii $2 00 Charmeuse, QQr 51 00 Brocaded Foulards, n 50c Messallnes, this 9f lij 40 In. wide OL a I this season s. OO V season's colorings UOV, 85c Fancy Brache Silks. CQr. $1 25 Bulgarian no $1 25 Plain Silk Crepes. OO 27 ,nches wide Crepe deuChinc JtfC th,s ear 5 Striped Messalines, C Q-, $3 00 Bulgarian (Jfl QO 27 Inches wide . -V $175 Bulgarian fr-t y r Crepe de Chines 1.(7(3 $1.50 Brocaded Char. Oftr ChmCS M13 75c p,ajn Colored meuse, 27 inches ?OC $1 25 Pongee Sk.kSi 7g Crepe de Chines IOC I $1.25 Brocaded Silks, ZO n all colors. 1 01 $100 Embroidered CO- I 24 Inches UOC Crepe de Chines "Ot $1.25 Brocaded Famosa QQr $3 50 Brocaded Silks, 4 QO g2 50 charmeuse, 1 AO Silks new OOL all this season's ipi.VO f(j range of coors $lUO $1.00 Plain Crepe (Qr 90c Taffetas in a hm- 9 1 25 Tub Silks- ROi de Chines OOL ited line of colors e)C wash like linen (hiklren, are here from Lawrence, Kan, the guests of Mrs. S. H Winter, at her home, 2530 Orchard avenue. Mrs. D W Newton, wife of Travel ing Agent Newton of the Oregon Shoit. Line, left yesterday with her daughter for Long Beach, Cal Miss Julia Roberts of Bliss. Idaho, left at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon for Pocatello where she will join hor mother and other members of the fani ih who will be there to attend th commencement exercises at the Idaho academy from which her brother, Ed ward, graduates with honors The Ladies of the Episcopal Guild will give a cake and bread sale Sat urday afternoon, June 7, at the Mc Intvre Drug Store SURPRISE PARTY. Miss Irene Murdock was given a pleasant surprise yesterday at her home Twenty ninth street and Grant aenue, when a number of her friends were entertained in honor of her six teenth birthday. The home was given added attrnc tlon hy the effective placing of red and white carnations and other flow ers and foliage and a temptingly pre pared luncheon was prettily served. Mrs. Frank Q Cannon and daugh ters. Martha, Lucile and Frances, of Denver, are visiting Mrs. Cannons parents. Mr and Mrs James Douglas -632 Madison SMITH-SH ARAR. Mi6s Juanlta Smith and Don E. Sharar slipped away to Brlgham City yesterday where they were quietly married ' Miss Smith is a popular member of the O H S Alumni and the bride groom Is one of Ogden's young gro cerymen. FLOWER MISSION DAY. The Woman's Christian Temperance union will celebrate Flower Mission day Friday at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. H A Selp, 2304 Jackson ave nue. Flowers will be sent to the loci.1 hospitals, jails and to the sick In each ward A cordial Invitation is extend ed to all. Flowers may be sent to Mrs. Seip's home or to the Flower Mission super Intendont. Mrs. Martin May. 427 28th street ROLAPP-BALLIF Yesterday at high noon President Joseph F Smith united Miss May Belle Rolapp, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Henry H. Rolapp. and Serge F. Ballir, Jr. of the J. S Campbell Gro cery company of Ogden. in the holy bouds of matrimony by the beautiful nuptial ceremony of the Mormon church in the Salt Lake temple. The bride and groom were accompanied by Judge and Mrs Rolapp and Mr and Mrs. Serge F. Hallif. Sr , of Lo gan, and following the ceremony the wedding breaklasi was given at the Hotel I tah, the party later returning to Ogden. From 8 to 11 o'clock last evening a reception to 4D0 Ogden. Salt Lake and t.ot' in friends and relatives of the I bride and groom was held at the ' Rolapp home on Madison avenue. The i spacious rooms were given added at traction by an artistic placing of pink and white roses and peonies with ferns, smllax, potted plants and palms, making an effective back ground The broad porches and grounds were beautlfllll lighted and decoraced making a charming scene. In the receiving line with Judge and Mrs Rolapp and Mr and Mr Serge F Ballif, Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin H Rolapp and Mr. and Mrs E. S. Rolapp and In a bower of , flowers and daintv green foliage in ) the parlor the bride and groom, ac i companied by the bridesmaid. MIps 1 Daisy Rolapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. S. Rolapp, cousin of the bride and Lest man, Frink liu H Rolapp, received the warm congratulations of their friends The bride made a charming picture in a beautiful but simply designed gown of white charmeuse and real duchess laco with pearls and orange blos soms, a dainty cap of real lace fasten ed with orange blossoms and carrying a bouquet of bride's roses with shower of lilies of the valley. The brides maid wore pink chiffon over pink charmeuse and carried pink Queen Beatrice roses with shower of pink sweet peas and lilies of the valley. A handsome pale blue charmeuse trimmed with cream and gold lace and dainty ornaments with platinum laallere with diamond pendant was worn by Mrs H II. Rolapp and a I white and pink embroidered over- j dress over pink charmeuse was the j becoming creation worn bv Mrs E. S I Rolapp Mrs Franklin H Rolapp was daintily gowned In pale green char meuse with cream and gold lace and I pink chiffon roses and delicate pink j and green tulle bows to match the I dross adorned her hair. Misses Ruth Douglas Oertel Rich, I Zelnora Ballif, Juanlta BalUntyne and - ( iki Gertrude Weatherby who assisted in sen ing were each in daint lingerie gowns as were also the little Misses j Rj Evelyn and Rachel Ballif and Mary E Campbell who gave to each guest on departing a small monogramed box J H of wedding cake or The color scheme, pink and white, i was carried out throughout the house . . and grounds. American Beautv, Richmond and White Killarney roses 9(j with Windsor carnations made a lovely picture. At the rear ot the x house the handsome green lawn with its roses, shrubs tnd trees was trans formed Into a Japanese tea garden. I Japanese lanterns and pink and white electric lights shed a preti glow oi or all and garlands of roses and j smilax added to the beauty of the B cohe Here rugs were spread and tables arranged for the sening of i refreshments to the large company I while an orchestra under the direc- , I tion of Squire Coop rendered choice 000 selections from the rear balcony Qfgg throughout the evening 0er the gy large table where the bridal party . j W as served a large Japanese urn- ' Lrel la wa6 spread, the handsome lace J j cover, over pink satin, was graced by a beautiful basket of Cecil Brun- j. .ner roses and lilies of the valley, the' tall handle tied with pink tulle. On -S each of tho other perlectly laid tables, legf a vase of pink roses and Windson carnations formed the centerpiece1 and clusters of cherries hung toinpt-j ll ingly low from the branches oi the- mj oung cherry trees a iruil con-: W ceived way of serving this fruit, fj. Punch was served on tables nicely ' arranged In a corner near the en trance to tho garden. Tho outdoor scene was an exceedingly beaatifuli The gifts were many and beautiful.Jg Handsome silver and cut glass choloi and rare pieces, embroidered tablfMjj linen, beautiful tapestries and msnM i useful as well as ornamental artlcleSM were the offering of a long lis' ofl warm friends of this popular youngB couple Letters and messages eX"r pressing best wishes and hearty caJs gratulations from absent triends wC0! among the prized remembrances t this popular young couple. 7 h Mr. and Mrs. Ballif left for a short honeymoon, keeping their destina-, al (j tion a secret, and will be at their , pretty new home on Twenty -seventn of street after June I S . I Ml ! I IMS III IIIBSMSJILJIUIMILUMLIL -iA S GOODYEAR SHOE rWHlK nnneeX REPAIRING CO. 14 I GPvUlAliA PWUCtjJ J J. E. GUERNSEY, Mgr. JE 0ne dor east of Standard Offlco. I " 364 24th St. llte "REPAIRING OF QUALITY."