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H (t g , THE QQDEN STANDARD, QQDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913, . L j H IT LOOKED AWFULLY NICE PROM THE SOUTH GOING NORTH ' . j Hfl I li&W THfVrs WHAT jTcauu H I rAY'S-rYce. of a cirre- -. t LlTfLs. WQEM - MEAT DRESS E- H HER. tFAC E-tULBEV T AS H ifRETTV-y HER. FlfrW6, I ! FAST GAME WON BY SALT LAKE FLAYERS 1 Ogden lost tho opening game to. Salt Lake yesterday on Lucas field by ' the score of 3 to 0, and while losing it gave the Salt Lake fans the most H miserable hour or so they had sut- H p ferccl for some time, for the Improved HsVl form of the Ogden players made all 1 ! concerned wonder which team would H ' be the winner. Hl fi' Dressan, pitching tight ball, as- H M slsted by good support, won the game H 8 for his team which is Incidentally hla H jl eighth straight victory. K' J Handy Balllnger was a good oppo- Hi ncnt for Dressan. He allowed but -J seven hits to go to the Bwatter6 of B ,j Zion and in addition got one of the H u seven hits allowed the Ogden batters. H jL He also had great support WoolumB H "Jjvas covering an acre of ground near H 2 his base and jerked all the balls that H 5 came his way, including a few that H K had a good start for the field. Risberg Hv was also awake on short and grabbed H t the hot ones in great fashion Br H his heady work in rulnying balls from H j the field, he kept the Skyscrapers H ji from possibly two additional runs H 5M Salt Lake won the game by hits at H ) opportune times and one run Is no m j counted for by Spencer's hit over the H ' fence of his own back lot. H Many limes Ogden threatened to H;',-4 score, but Dressan and his backers K. destroyed all hopes when the mnu H who went down from Ogden were l about ready to stand and shout. Once H in the third, with one down, Perkins Mj Singled to leu ana tole second Bfll- Hl linger flew out to short but Wessler H singled cleanly to right. Porklns wRo H was on second at the time of the hk H hesitated too long at third and Tailed H 1 to score, being put out at the plate. H j Salt Lake secured two In the fourth Hl 1 Spencer celebrated his homecoming H by hitting the first one for a round H J trip. Murphy hit a high fly which H) s would have been pie for Moorehead Hl I had it been on any other field. In Hj Salt Lake, however, the fence Is HJ t rather close to the home plate and the H J ,'ball caromed gracefully from the H i planks. Murphy was perched on sec- B ! ond when Huelsman shot out a safe H one and scored Murphy H .; The third run was recorded In the j b sixth. With one down, Huelsman was H i- passed to fir3t and Davis slammed one V pf Balllnger'n twisters for three sacks, H i scoring the big man. H . OGDEN 1 J AB.U.3H.P0.4.E 1 MNVesslcr 2b 4 0 2 3 3 1 H vAVan rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 H AJfIurrny cf 4 1 H i "ones r,b 3 0 o 1 1 0 H i Risberg ss 1 0 1 4 3 0 1 ( Moorehead. If 3 0 1 0 0 0 H )i V.'oolums lb 3 0 1 7 0 0 H i I'crklns c 3 0 1 6 2 0 H , balllnger p 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 'Pourroy 0 0 o 0 0 0 H Totals 31 0 7 24 12 1 r Batted for Jones In ninth. 1 ' SALT LAKE H , AB.RBH.PO.A.E. H Dressan p 4 0 2 0 4 0 1 Sponccr cf 4 1 1 l 0 0 H Q Mdiphy rf .'. 3 110 11 1 A Huelsman If 3 1 2 0 0 0 H 1 Bauer lb 3 4 0 12 0 0 1 iDavls 3b 3 0 l o H sSPcndloton ss 2 0 0 4 3 0 H iftcbimpff 2b 3 0 0 2 5 0 H . WThe IVER JOHNSON H if 1 BICYCLE I Hi mA The strongest, easi H.i! est running, finest Hf constructed. Hpi Highest grade tires, H A J saddles, bars and V general equipment. H The Standard of all M Bicycles. H PROUDPIT K ) SPORTING GOODS A COMPANY. HV 351353-24 St. HE MMFflLL FOR. THE VAICE- W.ALK. MiH ME-- lt I X COULD CSer CtIRL LSte.Zs) ' THATTt) UDVE-. r ME-tDCUf Ly-i ou-r THe- cSssrx tSEW5pAPt5iG; 'f C?flME, AND V j McClain c 3 0 0 7 0 0 Totals 2S 3 7 27 15 1 SCORL" BY INNINGS. Ogden 000 000 000 0 Salt Lake 000 201 00 3 SUMMARY Two:base hit Murphy Threo-base hit Davis. Home run Spencer. Runs batted In By Spencer, Huels man, Davis. Sacrlflco hit Bauer. Ptolon bases Perkins, Drossen. Bases on balls Off Balllnger 2, Dressen 1. Struck out By Balllnger C, Dressen 1. Struck out By Balllnger 6. Dres sen 0. Left on bases Ogden 6, Salt L.ike 5. First base on errors Salt Lake 1. Double plays Jones to Wess ler; Drossen to Schlmpff to Bauer Hit by pitcher Pourroy. Time of game 1 hour and 47 minutes. Um pire "Wright. Free concert at the Hermitage everjr after noon and Sunday evening. uu GREAT FALLS WINS FROM MISSOULA Missoula, July 1 Great Falls took the first of the series with the High landers, the score standing 3 to 1 when the game was called at the end o tho seventh inning on account of inin. Left Fielder Clarke, a recruit, put the ball over the fence in the fourth for the only tally obtained by the locals. The score: GREAT FALLS. AB.R.BHPO.A.E. Po(t6 ss 3 0 0 3 1 0 Galena cf 3 0 0 3 0 0 Fayo If 2 0 0 0 0 0 Kelly rf 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 pner 3b 2 0 1 2 1 0 Hester lb 2 1 0 4 0 0 Slner 2b ..,..'.... 2 1 0 2 1 0 "Weaver c 3 0 1 5 2 0 Delhi p' 3 0 1 0 3 0 Totals 23 3 4 21 8 0 MISSOULA. AB.Rjm.PO.A E. Warren rf 2 0 2 0 0 0 Perrlne 2b 3 0 0 0 1 0 Tobln cf 3 0 0 2 0 0 Clake If 3 1 1 1 0 0 Changnon 3b , 3 0 1 5 4 0 Carman 3b 3 0 4 7 2 0 Moree ss 3 0 3 0 2 I Auer c 3 0 0 C 1 0 Bohen p 2 0 0 0 0 I Totals 25 1 7 21 10 2 SCORE BY INNINGS. Great Falls 020 001 03 Missoula 000 100 0 1 SUMMARY. Two-base hits Warren, Weaver, Morse. Home run Clarke. Sacrifice fly Toner. Double play Slner to Hester. Stolen bases Fayc, Kelly. Bases on balls ore Bohen 3, off Delhi 1. Struck out By Bohen 6, by Delhi 5. Left on baBes Great Falls 3, MIs eoula 4. Time of game l hour and 12 minutes. Umpire Frary. Free dance tonight at the Hermitage. An HELENA GIVES BUTTE DRUBBING. Helena, July 1, Helena gave the P-utto team a thorough drubbing to day. The Vigilantes drove Kalllo off Iho slab after the seventh was start ed. "Rube" Lovy was. drafted from thou and finished the gamo Coonoy pucnea as good ball as was neces sary. HELENA. , AB.R.BH.PO.A. E. Cordtz rf 5 2 1 1 0 0 Kelly cf G 3 2 1 0 1 Qulgley 2b 5 1 2 2 4 1 Luflsl lb 5 1 2 12 1 0 Menges ss ,-.6 2 2 4 4 l Spencer If 5 1 1 2 0 0 Cronln 3b 3 3 1 0 4 0 Gibson c 4 0 2 4 0 1 Coouey p 5 1 3 1 1 0 Totals 44 14 16 27 14 4 BUTTE. AB.R.BH.PO.A.E. Dcmaggio if 5 0 2 3 0 1 Turgoon lb 4 1 1 a 0 0 Whaling rf 5 0 0 3 1 0 Duddy 3b 4 4 0 0 3 0 Orloi 2b and ss..;. 5 1 1 ?, 2 0 Marshall cf 3 2 0 2 0 1 Kafora c.. 3 1 1 6 2 0 Le--'y eb and p 2 1 0 2 2 3 Kalllo p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Clynes rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 6 5 27 10 5 SCORE BY 1NNINUS. Helena 100 031 72014 Butte 000 111 030 fi SUMMARY. -tt on bascs-lelena 9, Butto 6. Stolen bases Kelly, Marshall, Gib son. Two-base hits Kelly, Lussl, Cooney. Home run Turgeon. Struck out By Kalllo 2, by Cooney 4, by Lcy 2. Bases on balls Off Kalllo 5, off Cooney 5, off Levy 1. Hits Off Kalllo 12 in 6 innlnga and part or seventh, off Levy 4 In 3 plus innings. Hit by pitched ball dynes (2) by ; Cooney, Kafora by Cooney. Time of , game -2 hours. Umpire LaRocque. ' r YESTERDAY GAMES Tlgors Drop Another. Detroit, Mich , July 1 Chicago took the second of the series from Detroit, 3 to 2, today, though outhlt by the home club two to one. Olcotte yielded seven hits in six Innings and retired In favor of Scott after tho Tlgors found him for four of the seven In the sixth period. Scott kept the gamo well In hand In the threo innings he pitched. Wlllott, on tho mound for Detroit, pitched an excel lent ganie, though he was unfortun ato In the pinches In the third Inning Clcotto walked and took third on Bcall's single. Rath forced Beall, Clcotte scoring. An er ror by Louden allowed Rath to reach second and after he had stolen third, Lord'B double sent him home The deciding run came In the eighth when Lord doubled, took third on Loudens error and tallied on Collins' sacrifice fly. Detroit's two camo In the sixth as the result of singlei oy Crawford nnd www, uu luiiviu uul uitu 1 iyi n uiiiirj v safety. Cobb Injured his knee sliding tc second in tho eighth Inning High replaced him in centerflcld. Cuba Beat Pirates. Chicago, July 1. Zimmerman's tri ple, following blngles by Evcrs and Schultc, gave Chicago their second straight victory over Pittsburg today, score being 3 to 2 Wilson's home run drive to tho right field sign board following Miller's single saved tho visitors a 6hutout. The gam was a pitchers' battle between Che ney and Robinson, with honors In fa vor of the former Honus Wagnor, the hard hitting lnflelder of the vis itors, who has been out of the gamo for some time, batted for Butler in the ninth Inning and grounded out. Pittsburg '. .. ..2 7 1 Chicago 3 9 1 Batteries Robinson, Hcndrix and Coleman, Kelly; Cheney and Archer. Reds Beat Cardinals. Cincinnati, July 1. Cincinnati In dulged lu a "batting bee and easily defeated St. Louis today 11 to 4 Grln- er, who started tho game for St Louis was knocked out of the box In the sixth Inning. Steele who suc ceeded him was hammered for three hits and two runs. Benion ror Cin cinnati was also hit hard, but he man aged to keep the safeties fairly well scattered. Benton and Beschcd car ried off the batting honors, each get ting three hits, the former two sin gles and a triple and the latter a single, double and triple. R H.B. St. Louis 4 10 0 Cincinnati 11 17 2 Batteries Griner, Steele and Mc Lean; Benton and Clarke, Blackburn. Braves 6, Dodgers 3. Brooklyn, July 1. Boston made It two straight with Brooklyn today, winning by 6 to 3 The home team started off like easy winners, getting a lead of two runs off Rudolph. Tho visitors got to CurtlB In tno fourth ami batted him out of the box, scor ing five runs on a triple, a double, a pass, two singles and an error Ylngl Ing checked the fusillade but Rudolph tightened up in the last seven in nings. Fast fielding featured the con test, Daubert and Maranvillo attract ing espoclal attention by clever play ing. R. H. E. Boston 6 s 1 Brooklyn 3 g 1 Batteries Rudolph and Rarlden; Curtis, Yingllng and Miller. Senators Defeat Red Sox. Boston, July 1 WilllamB triple with the bases full, made effective Washington's ninth Inning today and tho SenatorB won 7 to 4. Manager Griffith called 17 men into play for Washington. Entering tho ninth inning tho score was 4 to 3 against Washington. Shanks beat out an lnfjeld hit and raced to second on Leard's wild throw to catch, him napping off first, McBrlde waB passed and Schaefer bunted safoly, filling the bases. Wil liams came up. Hla triple followed sending In three runs and a sacrifice fly by Milan, scored WilllamB also. Washington checked a rally bv Bos ton In Its half of the ninth by a speedy double play. Gandll throwing to McBrlde who returned the ball to Gandll, u- . R.H.E. Washington 7 12 0 Bosto 1 1 Batteries Engle, MulVln,' ' ,Hughcs and Henry, Williams; Bedlent, Leon ard Hall and Carrlgan. Chance Protests Game, n', 0r,kVIu,ly J -Frank Cbance'a h? wlcd d?y 8 Eame whlcu Phlla dolphia won from Now York 4 to 1. !L?.ew Mrk .onager basing his .WB ?in .Um.pIro keen's ruling In Sn sUruInnJnfr' whei he sent Bor- Lun,8l,1Sle and Ba"y Had hit fc?iSLrDinC7, ,Q tb head In re fciiV. ? ba" "rat base after ; nSi onBPn ?arl? Bd the Sin n?n BKrt0,i reached second when the ball bounded away, but both men were Bent back, Hartzell to sec ,ond base atfd BortpT the ' pEte. i TVRDOH ME. -Bur tSNT"-- "Yours such f PE6h CJPy :r'M 5upe r most be, Vft? 1 1 ... 1 -y Catches by Murphy and Oldrlng and Crec'B batting woro the features. Giants Shut Out Quakers. Philadelphia. July 1. Now York had a walk-over in tho game hero today, v, inning by 10 to 0 and Increasing its lead in the National league race. Mur quarri was almoBt Invincible, the home team getting only four hits and no pu6aes off him and only ono Phlln dolphfnn reaching third baBe. Mar quard was also given faultless sup port by his team mates. Manager Dooin sent in four pitchers, none or whom was effective. Alexander lasted only three innings, Rlxey was ham mered for eight hits in two innings, and rart of another, Mayor was touch ed up for three hits in tho sixth, and Marshall made up In wlldness for any effectiveness whon he got the ball over the plate. Herzog, who played only a few Innings, secured two dou bles nnd a single in tbreo times nt bat, while Murray mado two two-baggers and a single In five times at baL Another large crowd turned out. R H.E. Now York 10 17 0 Philadelphia 0 4 2 Batteries Marquard and Meyers, Wilson; Alexander, Rlxey, Mayer, ' Marshall and Kllllfor, Howley. Ogden Canyon best place for picnics. 00 STANDING OF CLUBS UNION ASSOCIATION. W.in. Lost, pri Salt Lake 38 16 .704 Great Falls 33 21 .Gil Helena ,. 24 2C -4S0 Butte 20 2S .117 Missoula ..C. 1 21 30 .412 Ogden 20 35 .364 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost. I'ct. New York 41 23 .641 Philadelphia 38 23 .623 j Brooklyn 34 28 .548 Chicago 35 32 .522 , Pittsburg 30 36 .455 Boston .. ." 27 37 .422 St. Louis 28 39 .418 , Cincinnati 26 41 .3SS ( AIHtHll,AN LEAGUE. Woo. Lost. Prt Philadelphia 40 17 .712 Cleveland 42 28 .600 Chicago 40 32 .556 Washington 38 32 .543 Boston 34 31 .523 Detroit 28 4G .3S4 St. Louis 28 46 .378 New York 19 47 .288 A Merry - Go - Round and many new and won derful attractions for the children at the Hermitage. BOX ELDER TOWNS TO CELEBRATE ON FRIDAY Brigham City. July 1 Elaborate celebrations of July Fourth will be held In this city aiid Garland this year, and smaller celebrations will bo held in tho smaller towns of tho county. Programs have been arrange cd as follows: At Brigham City. Daybreak salute by C. F. Wells; sunrlso music by Brigham City Mili tary band and hoisting of flag by M. G. Korth; music by the band at 9.00 ot tho courthouse, and at 9-30 at tho tabernacle grounds, 9.30, motorcycle races, three miles, ending on Main and Second south. At the tabernacle, 10 a. m. Mas ter of ceremonies, C Hoist; music by (lie band; invocation. Chaplain E. A. Box; solo, "Star Spangled Bnnnor," Miss Ambor Hanson, music, Brook's orchestra, solo, "Flag Without n Stain." Dr. R. T. Wlllev: oration. Dr George 11. Brlmhall of Salt Lake. "America," by the band and congre gation; benediction by Chaplain Box At the City park, 2 p. m. Parade for children under 6 years of ago and distribution of prizes free to all chil dren; 2.30 p. m., numerous contests foi all ages nnd awarding of prizes to winners; 3'15, 50-yard dash, ages 12 to 14; 50-yard dash, ages 14 to 21, girl races, 3-30, naval battle on pond by homemade vepses. 3:45, balloon ascensions. 4:15, donkey races, catch ing greased pig, battle royal, etc. 4:30 baseball. Willard vs Brigham. In the evening, ball at the Academy of Mu sic and picture theatres. At Garland. Orator of the day, N. C. Porter, Salt Lake; marshal, Thomas E. Sc rrlet; master of ceremonies, John C Klieelon, Commltteo In charge of celcbratlou as follows: Mrs. O. L. Winters. Mrs. C. M. Grovor, J M. Da vis. C. R. Welling and P. C. Pctter son, chairman. Daybreak salute and hoisting of stars and stripes; music by tho Trou badours of Salt Lake, awarding or prizes for residences most elaborately decorated In tho city; Japanese day fireworks conducted on amusement hall grounds, .r10,'30L a.m.. at the Garland hall Music by the Troubadour?; Invocation by Chaplain A. R, Capener; address of welcome by President Joseph Jen sen Tor Garland Commercial club; solo and chpruB, "star Spangled Ban tier ; oration by N. T. Porter; salute OH (MlT33PX COop-VODQEj rQ, -Such & f tJ&tf $ to tho flag; patriotic reading. Mrs.' Burdctte Smith; pantomime nnd chor' Us, "America", toasts and sentiments, paper by J. J. Shumway: cornet solo, Doi aid Kirkliam; benediction, Chap lain A. R. Capener. The afternoon will bo devoted to field sports, bnsoball botween Garland und Trcmonton. wrestling match, Hellz vn. Murdock; Japanese fire works, nnd various other sports in cluding racos. oo COALVILLE ITEMS. Coalville, July 1 Funeral services for William Boyer, who died Inst Fri day afternoon or diabetes, wore held yestcrduy afternoon at tho stake tab ernacle. Tho speakers wore Georgo Beard and Frank Evans. Mrs. Judith Anderson Beard, James Taggcrt, J D. Barber, J. H. Barber and Churlcs Stones Bang. Mr. Boyer was n na tive of England, emigrating to this country in the year 1866 Mr Boyer had been prominent In helping to build up the county. Ho Is survived by his widow, four sons and three daugh ters. Tho IS-months-oId son Jako of Mr and Mrs Frank Huffman nf Ilntnn died hero yesterday. The child was affllctod with pneumonia last Febru ary and never thoroughly recovered. Funeral services will be held Wednes day Tho recent rains here done much good to dry farms and hay crops in this section. County Clerk Moses C. Taylor and hlB bride, nee Edna Beard, returned home today from Salt Lake, where thoy were married In the Temple last Wednesday. An eleotlon was held yesterday In the north high school district to de termine the question whether a hlyh school should bo established and afv what place it'Bhould be located. Coal ville cast 1S6 for and 17 against; Hoytsvllle 74 for and 12 against. The" other precincts In the district have not reported, but from those received It appears that the high school will be established in Coalville. 00 REPORTS ATTACK BY MEDICINE PEDDLER Salt Lake. July 2 John A. Jensen. 1 teamster for the Salt Lake Brewing :ompany. found his wife unconscious ind hleedlne from si hmi jrnir i.n,ir,,i -.. "K-uuit, nuin rt uiiu scnip wounu In tho back of her head, as he entered tho dining room of his home, 30 12th East street, upon returning from work after 6 o'clock last night. Mrs. Jensen had fallen forward up on a bundle of laundry on tho floor. When revived, she told of an encount er with an agor.t for a patent medi cine who had called her to tho kitch en door. She said she had refused 10 entertain him and that he had struck her ns Bhc turned away. The case was reported to tho police by Mr. Jensen, and Detectives George E Cleveland and B. H. Seagor were detailed to investigate Mrs. Jonsen could give only a menger description of the agent, saying that he was small and wore n gray coat Mrs. Jonsen was attended bv hor rnmiiv i...i..i.. 00 CROPS GOOD IN "DIXIE" St George, July 1. There's nothing no mattor with "Dixie" this year so tar ns crops are concerned. With the berry season nearing its end, green corn on tho table, now potatoes, all sors of early fruit and the second en ting of alfalfa being garnered. In habitants of Utah's "southland" are looking for a banner year m,TIm Car,!f,r, crop?' strawberries, cl err cb, radishes, peVs and so on d eMlently all being out of season i,k" AprcotE wer very fair crop, although hurt a little bv the frost as were almonds. Tho latter are ex pected to give a good yield, however. Hnui promlso n "no yield from tho limited number of bearing trees showing that this mrop Is not hurt by cold weather. Apples have been Mining i r ,.. . weeks as have early pears, tho crop: being up to average, while peache promlso nn abundant harvest and fl trees are loaded. Grapes also shoul break records. New potatoes hav been secured sinco the first of lasi month and green corn Is now on the market. l The hay crop was one of the big gest ever cut tho second crop of al rulfa having been mown recentlv Dry lands farmers have harvested" their llrst wheat crop and report a nnnrt yield while irrigated wheffala! rSe a fine showing Cotton l8 allowing well but may bo a little late. Ship ments of beef and stock cattle have FBen,,ICn,Vy- ,AU ln a11' "Dlxie" Prom ises to break records even for such a garden spbt. THE NEW BR TISH AMBASSADOR wJSfi .Brltish ambassador at Washington Is the subject of an ar ticlo by F. Cunliffe-Owen in iho Tnno $oU0000r-Jhe B?bM-ad"! "la?"! ?o0,Q00 as much cb was paid to tho president of the United States until a .few years ago. in addition ho has a handsome official residence, furnish the British governmonL One Rem or his domestic equipment is a partlc ularly handBomo silver dinner sfrvlce including many dozens of silver n!ntQS' adorned with the royal arms or Eng land. Ho also receives other allow tuno ot bis own, and may tuorcfote b I - - - - ! ) I ; ,1 SjIWI ill l c& - SivBR" Coryric!" H Schiffner 4: Mux- &W x3P " j on the 4th Whether you go to the Canyon with the Elks or make some other out-of-town trip, ? you'll want your clothes to look right. ; i A good many fellows will be buying suits here at Removal Sale Prices, and saving5 enough for all of the Fourth of July expenses. ' Every suit in stock is offered at the low Removal Sale Prices. , M MI This season's Snappy new $ I m best moclels of suils of tllis qU 7 J J the $25 H. S. & year's stock; lf9 j . M. Suits. $13.50 values. " Bring hc boy in and pick out his suit at the Removal Sale Priccs-every suit in stock is included and the reductions arc f worth while. Wash suits and woolen fabrics-all new, clean ' i stock; this season's best styles. ' WRIGHTS I CLOTHING STORIL 1 1 3 3 rellod upon to conrorm tp tho tradl ,' lions of the sen ants of tho BrltisI I crown. Almost without exception England's diplomats havo always con , sldored it a matter of personal honor and patriotic obligation to spend tholr . full emolument for tho nurnoao tr.1 . nity of their office. Such a thine & . saving on salary and allowances if 5- nost unkno,vn. QuUo tlle Con??rv Is , the case. Largo ns thev are ccm- Klin rfc.hihe erajUed fiy "08t : Kwr ' ho rcnresontatlvcJ of rtnoc& dt" ,the,lr PrlvafoCrneUsoSur:eSUh j Sir Cecil Spring Rce i9 married tn the only daughter of Sir P?aS Cav cndlsh LnsccUcs ,one of the X tlngulshed veterans or thnTn. r't diplomatic service For m , fh thirty years her father held off. ?m either .inlster Plenlpoten ' J i?' a3 baaaador in Sofia! Buchar s? TeW nn, St. Petersburg and Sn n ,er" v i EGto aU ,h? ,est;iu"shment and ' I role ofEnil !i,entand J,unoses, tho J Riser's sSh SlrbrBSess, at tlle " S Himself is hn cn ?Cdl Sl)rlns Rico ' secretary of sta?n rf frmer u,lrter J1 4 $ k July 4th -i 1 ! EXCURSIONS -' OREGON SHORT LINE II Tickets on sale July 3 and 4 l good returning July 7 Ig bntU foTJTB of real l typewriter n8eSJ ,,erfect th M time on perpetun 1m WastlnK '0"1' W Patriot. urpeiual motion. Harrlsbur S MODEL Ln-n0f awntest, classiest fei TS? marke, I us help youjnjoyjjfN & CO.