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School Week Sept. 8th Means I BLACK CAT STOCKINGS THIS WEEK For the Boy, try a pair with the TRIPLE KNEE; yon won't have t mend bo soon, price 25 For the Girl, the finer number at 25? CLEAN-UP SALE OF CHILDREN'S DRESSES Values $2.50 to 4.00 on Sale 91-50 THE M. M. WYKES CO. 2335 Washington Ave. ' II STANDARD TELEPHONES For Editorial, Newi and Society Department. Call Only Phone No. 421. For Subscription and Advertising I Department. Call Phone No. 58. II RANDOM I REFERENCES Boise Visitor Fran!; Goddard of Boise, Ida., formerh In the cigar bus iness In this cltv. Is in Ogden visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Goddard eavs Boise is prosperous and that tbere is considerable building activ ity at this time. Colontn! Dancing Academy wHll open Thursday night. Mrs. Wilson of the Dcnnt&on Manu- facturlng Co., New ork City, is with U6 for a short time and commencing today she will give free Instructions In the making of paper flowers, bas Vets, dinner faors. table decorations and many other novelties You are Invited to Join one of the classes Spargo's Book Store, 2465 Washing ton Ae. . Mormon and all other church publl- I rations at Bramwell's Cars of Peaches Twenty five re frlgerator cars were sent out to be loaded with peaches today by the lo cal office of the Pacific Fruit Express company The number ordered yes terday was sixteen. rl old papers for 6ale at the Standard H Office. 25c per hundred Traffic Director B. L Wnchell, recently- appointed traffic director of j the Union Pacific, is taking a trip j over the road to get acquainted with t officials an demployes. He is expect- 5i ed to arrive in Ogden on September m 11 and will remain over In this city for two days. C-al. &2 lor the ne". ed:tor:al an" OOiety departments j f the Standard j Schools to Open Sacred Heart academy Is to open next Saturday, Sept, 8. St Joseph's school on Twenty sixth street, will open on the tame date. First-Class Auto Service Call up Elite Cafe. Phone 72 Twins B F Balr hap returned from Wlllard, where he visited Bert' Balr, his nephew. During his stay at the home, twins were born. First dance of season, Thursday 1 night, Colonial Dancing academy -- ; Home Industry Club Mrs. Geo Scager. president, has called a meet ing of the Home Industry club to be held at Mrs Wllcox'e residence to morrow afternoon. Bramwell carries everything jQ Books. Stationery and Office Supplies. I Horses Killed by Bees A farmer named Barnard, drove down from Bear River to HoneyvUle. yesterday, to obtain a load of hay While he wa hitching his horses, bees at tacked the animals and stung them to death Marriage Licenses Marriage Li censes have been issued to James JenBen of Salt .Lake and Verna A. Koepp of Ogden, Weston F. WinBor of New York and Frankle Sheppard of Trinidad. Colorado; Jesse fl Ste phens of Rlverdale and Verna Mav Child of Shelley. Idaho; Junius Raj Taylor and Mahel Owens of Harrls ville and to Hiram R Wiseman of Lexington, Kentucky, and Almeda M. Scheler of Dawson, Nebraska. Estates In the estate of John M. ' Sherman, deceased, letters of admin istration have been Issued to Mrs Ajin E. Sherman. Luella C Child has been appointed administratrix of the estate, of Warren O. Child, deceased Lawn Social Next Friday even ing the Mutual Improvement Associa tions of the First ward will give a benefit social and dance on the lawn of Mrs. F. C Woods, 331 Thirty -third street, for Elder William J. Stephens, Jr , who will depart for a mission In Great Britain, September 11. Refresh ments will be served. Parry Building Progress Is being made by the contractors In wrecking the ruins of Parrv block on Washing ton avenue and Twenty-third street, preparatory to erecting a new struc ture. The old walls are being torn down. Thlri morning the Parry In vestment compan secured a building permit, the cost of the building being placed at S2S.S"0 Weston Estate In the matter of the eetate of William E. Weston, de ceased, who died intestate at Fair Play, Colorado, June 21, 1913, Hattle A. Weston, the widow, has petitioned the district court for letters of ad ministration The petition relates that there is an estate in Weber and i Salt Lake counties valued at about I $3,000. New Trial In the case of Lyman Skeen against the Warren Irrigation 1 company, the plaintiff has given no i tlce of Intention to move for a new i trial. Petitions In the estate of Arthur H. Ortlopp deceased, the petition ask ing for revocation of letters of admin istration and for discharge of the ad ministratrix, will be beard in the dis trict court, September 15, and on the same day will be heard the petition for the sale of property in the matter of guardianship of Amelia Newton, incompetent Divorce Case In the divorce suit of Zina Randall against 0 P Randall, the default of the defendant has been entered in the district court. Inspecting Grazing Lands Forester Homer E vnn of the grazing de partment of the forest service, has cone to Monte Prlsto division of the Gache forest for a few days' general inspection of grazing lands This Is 1 the division recently annexed to the fores' reserves and Is considered a 1 part of the Ogden forest Surveying Homesteads J, C. Brown, of the surveying departmen of the forest service, has returned ! 1 from the La Sal forest In southeast em I'tah, where he has spent some time surveying homesteads that will be eliminated from the forest Returns Home Miss Mar;.' E. Moore, temporarily assigned to the Palisade forest headquarters as sten ographer, has returned to Ogden and will remain here Dee Hospital Ruby Kingston of Morgan and Patrick Murphy of Og den have been admitted to the Dee i hospital for treatment and the Misses J June Pierce and Esther Clark have been released. Railroad Men-P L McFall. dis trict freight and passenger agent of the Southern Pacific. W H. Handln and William Darke of the Burlington ir.d C. F MacDaneld of the Chicago j & Alton are railroad visitors In Ogden todav. I Steamship Trips Steamship eom i panles are now flooding local railroad 1 ticket offices with folders and liter -1 ature describing their winter Oriental cruises Will Move to Ogden Dr Samuel J. Russell, the eminent Chicago phys ician who has spent the Bummer in Ogden visiting his brother and sis ter, left yesterday with Mrs. Russell for their home in Chicago Aside from having an extensive practice In I Chicago Dr Russell is a professor in one of the medical schools So delightful was his visit here and so much did the city appeal to him. that he has determined to make Utah his home within the next few years. He has work now that compels him to remain In Chicago for a time oo Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers j have been placed on record In the (county recorder's office: Zelpha J Stephens to Lula Ste phens, part of lots 3 and ?3 hlock 10, South Ogden survey Consideration ! $1". Zelpha J. Stephens to Samuel W. Dykcman. lots 27 and 28. block 40. i Lake View Addition, Ogden survey! I Consideration $ff. William H. Williams and wife to Hvrum Hokanson lot 13 and a part of lot 12. blocJc 2. Thomas L. Williams Estate Sub-division. Ogden survey I Consideration $800 Anna Kennedy to Nellie McDonald aid and others, lot 2 and a part of I lot 26, block 8, King's Addition. Og den surrey Consideration $1. oo DEATHS ANDJUIRALS CARTER The Infant son of Thom as Carter, 336 Patterson avenue, died esterday and will be burled this af ternoon In Mountain View cemetery. BUCKWALTER Mathias Henry Buckwalter, son of Stephen S. and Eliza Hlnchcllff Buckwater. died at II 15 o'clock this morning at the home of Nathan A. Tanner, 2907 Lin coln avenue The little boy was bom ! In Ogden Jul 18. 1911 He had been III for three months of stomach trou ble Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday In the Second ward meeting house Interment will be In Ogden City cemetery uu TILLIE'S NIGHHTMARE TUlle Cllnger says she dreamed last night that she died and went to heaven In a Balkan Mouse, andd when she woke up she found she had been sleeping with her left hip on her hair brush Dallas News. CORONERS JURY VIEWS THE BODY A coroner's jury, consisting of Ben jamin O ppman. Frank Moore and Moroni Poulter, lslfed the scene of the accidental killing of Brlgham Robinson a t Second street and Wash ington avenue today, and then view ed the b,ody at the Llndquist morgue The funeral services will be held at 3 p. m , Thursday, in the Eighth ward meeting house. Friends may view the body this evening and to morrow, at the residence at Washing ton and Second street. The Inter ment will be made in the Ogden City cemetery oo TEARING DOWN READ BROS' BUILDING The J G Read and Brothers have moved two doors west from their for mer quarters and workmen went to work this morning tearing down the east side of the building to make room for the opening of Hudson ave nue The building is being ex'ended in the rear When the improvements are completed, the new bulldins: will be as large as the old and much more modern oo MANY CHANGES AT THE WEBER ACADEMY Several new faces wil be found among the staff of teachers of the Weber academy when the students re port for school work next Monday Some of the new members of the fac ulty are graduates of the school who have returned to teach after contlu 1 uing their studies in higher schools. Prof. N. L. Nelson, formerly of the Brlgham Young university, and a prominent educator of the state, will be in charge of the English depart ment George M Sister of the Agricultural college at Logan will be head of iT department of mathematics. He takes the position of C E Barrett, who has a t epted the prlnclpalshlp of the Scofleld High school. Miss Jeannette Downs, the new sec retary, is a member of the Weber Academy Alumni association, having completed a four-years' commercial course. She succeeds Miss Iottlo Kunz who will study at the Utah Ag ricultural college Malcom Watson, another graduate will have charge of the physical train ing, succeeding William McKay, who has resigned to take up Insurance. Mr Watson was a basketball star and. in addition to his experience at the aca demy, studied physical training t the Deseret gymnasium William J Terrv, a former Instruct or at the academy, will teach general history and German. Mr McKa taught German and L. E. CowJi taught some of the history classes Mr Cowles who went east to secure a degree at the University of Chicago last spring. haB resigned to become principal of the Carbon county high school Miss Ro6ela Ferrln. a graduate of the school In 1905, will become assist ant In domestic arts Mis6 Gladys Eft sign will be assistant In domestic sci ence Miss Ensign Is another gradu ate. The drawing department will be in charge of Miss Olive Belnap who has continued her studies since gradu ating from the academy. PROF. MOENCH AND WIFE ON A JOURNEY Professor L F Moench. formerly principal of Weber academy, has r -turned from Delta, Millard county, and, accompanied by his wife, will leave for Buffalo, New York, this af ternoon, to spend a month with rela tives Professor Moench. after two year? devoted to farming In southern i'tah. j has made a sale of part of hl6 farm property at a good figure, and is now j in a position to enjoy a vacation. He says Delta has a great future The largest dam In the state Is near there and the water supply for farm ing purposes is almost unlimited. Settlers are coming In from Nebraska. California and other states and pros perity is everywhere in evidence. H i - ' H MR. SQUIRE COOP I!! Piano Theory Vocal Repertoire. Bp (English, jFrench, German) Pj Assistants Mr. Lester Hinchcliffe, Miss Carrie Browning. 9K Elementary and Advanced Instructions, M Studio 2416 Washington Ave. DR.G.W. GREEN FOUND NOT GUILTY Dr. George W. Green, was found I not guilti vesterdnv afternoon by the I Jury consisting of Theodore Glerse, j Benjamin Oppnian. M. H. Wheel j Wright and Isaa- Blair. The physician was charged with an assault alleged to have Nren committed on E Lee Hunter Almost all of yesterdav was required t0 hoar the case in Judge I Recder'r, court The jur delineated 10 minutes be- fore returning the verdict. rv CIRCUS LIFE IS NOT ONE OF GREAT JOY When the police this morning nr rested Violet Livingston, alias Mrs George Wilson, and S. Rogers, an old man, after the former had tried to es cape paying a hotel bill by a round about method, a Bordld story of citcuh life was related that was much dif ferent from the romantic side wbicn Is seen by the public. When the woman had told her story, the .otel proprietor generously refused to pros ecute and 6he left for Evanston to Join the Wild West show that exhib ited in Ogden yesterday. The old man Is held on a charge of vagrancy He aided the Eir to leave the hotel. According to the story as told the police, the woman in company with a circus man came from San Fran cisco on Monday to Join the show at I Ogden The woman had been a rider with the outfit but had left the com pany In San Francisco, when sh-? quarreled with the managers. When the former circus man. believed to be George Brown, met her In San Frau cisco. he invited her to accompany him to Ogden He had secured a po sltion with the show. When Ogden was reached the two registered as Mr. and Mrs George Brown and yesterday Brown joined the circus Apparently tiring of the woman, he told her the show was to remain over In Ogden another day He departed last night, leaving an un paid hotel bill for the woman to set tle. She had but $2. When she found she had been de ceived, the woman left the hotel leav ing her suitcase as security On the streets she met S. Rogers, a laborer. .7 years old She unfolded her tale to blm and he schemed to get her grip The old man accompanied her to the hotel and she directed him to the rear. She dropped the suitcase from the window and the old fellow took it to a fruitstand on Twenty-fifth street No sooner did the woman leave, how ever, than the proprietor learned of the trick and summoned the police. Detective deorge Wardlaw and Fn 'rolman Kelliher and Martin located Rogers, the woman and the suitcase, and the details of the whole affair! were related at the police station PEARS SELL AT $2 A BOX IN THE EAST While the recent storms have somewhat retarded the ripening of fruit, it Is stated by dealers and growers that the harvest time is coming on rapidlv rnouch and that wlihln the next few days all hands will be busy gathering and transfer ring the orchard products to the cars for shipment. The rain has done but little damage to fruit except In certain districts where hall fell. Fungus In the fruit is causing some trouble but It Is not extensive enough to be alarming J. M White, manager of the Utah Fruit Exchange, states that he sold the first car of peara yesterday at Minneapolis, realizing $1085. or $2 a box. He ha6 eleven more cars of produce sold two cars of pears one! of potatoes, six of peaches and two of mixed products, all of which will he dent to the market in the course of the next day or two Twenty other cars of peache are bargained for so cents a crate f. o b . at the market place and some have been sold at 45 cents. The grow ers will realize from 39 to 45 cents a crate. Mr White has made arrangements for the sale of 6 cars of Elberta peaches to be shipped in bushel boxes at 95 cents a huhel f o b. on the market From this shipment the growers will get about 85 cents a bushel. The market Is steady, Mr. White, Bays, and there is no doubt that the entire crop can be marketed this year, at prices to the grow er of from 36 to 40 cents a crate. The price may be better after California and Colorado are through shipping, Mr. White says, but he considers If safer to figure on a price not to exceed the above quotation. oo I Society Mrs M F. Ulrlch and daughter. Dollle.' will leave this afternoon for Cleveland, O. Mrs J. I. Smith has returned from Salt Lake where she visited her sis ters, Mrs. Martin Chrlsten6on and Mrs. Thornstorff. HOUSE PARTY Mr and Mrs R E Bristol delight fully entertained at a house party at their Bonneville ranch north of Brlgham. leaving the city Sunday and motoring out to their countrv place and returning Tuesday morning. The trip was a delightful on. Mr. and Mtb Bristol, as ever having over looked no detail that would add to the comfort, or pleasure of their guests Those composing the party were: A m ., mm w Nota tha parf oration! Tb A - - Self- f w w m. I w Ium r.rul.t. th umpwituw AIco Heating Curling Iron Stosrcfir Self-Heating Self-Regalating Impossible to Bam the Hair ITS NEW IT'S CLEVER IT'S USEFUL The lBMIl Curling Iron It o simple n4 so effecnT tht eTeryona who '' ee ItexclaJnu'Why wtn't It IksagSt of before?" The bar liboUow, with per- fnrabona on tho outer Bide. Mi contains packing of aibeitos wicklof. Tbii absorbs and holds the sJconnl Into whicn It Is dipped and onJjr matcb is needed os2 to start a hot blue flume burning at erery perforation. The Iron fZ" m heats in a few seconds It absorbs just enough alcohol to bring it aijS? Lamp to the right heat the fanj Jaam , 5" 2 Necessary rdr" gegP No Expensive Electric (orose. awgawwgfll IwP 7 Connection Only the ga0 mmmW J y Self-Heating Outfit and a Match. CSmA ew fir Indispensable either at home or when traveling. frfdjB Ipi S ' Produces an eteo best superior to any other method nU ?w yW Cost of operation Is practically nothing. Heats in 20 ' JSgw ,HL&y2r to 10 econd Iron always clcsn. produces a beiutiful wPww BO-fr ri)1 cur, Htpcmc, Sarulaxy. Adds new Life nod bnl- 0BL) Uancy to the bur g2 Every Women Wants One the Moment She Sees It Every Alco Iron Is highly nickel plated with flue aifw-J 5 ebontred handlot J-ErSigB gr Each iron fn handsome box. K rH E'ch dozen irm9 Pcked ln diBVlY tUb It tho show esse, v F0R SAL BY W. H. WRIGHT & SONS Mr and Mrs Fred Ballif, Misses Dor othy Armstrong. Hln Perkins. Vera Browning. Yern.i TVey, Lucille T". vey; Messrs Roscoe Gwllllam. Luke Wright. Don Roberts. Merle Taylor of Provo Hay6 Mattson. Byron Swan of Rochester. V Y WILL TOUR EUROPE Mrs Beatrice Horrocks Tribe and little son. also her mother. Mrs. Le nora Reagan, left yesterday for Eur ope where Mrs Tribe will met hr husband u ho left a short time ago on a mission to Germany She will stay with him until his release, then they will mak a tour of the world before fhlr return home. ENGAGEMENT Mrs Eva Dunbar of San Francisco announces the engagement of her daughter Lucille to u C YanDyke of Ogden th marriage to take place in the near future Mrs L F. BrookshlT and daughter MHba left this morning for Boston. Ma6s where they will enter the Bos ton Conservatory of Music for a year's study. DEPART FOR TACOMA Mr and Mrs A M Trosdale of Valley Gity. N" D., who have been spending the summer with their dautrhter. Mrs .1 C. Rotl. at her' home, 622 Twenty-fourth street, have, left for Taoma, Wash, where they will visit with Mr Trosdale s sister for the winter. HERMITAGE PARTY Invitations have been Issued by Mrs R E. Bristol and Miss Arm- j I strong for a party at the Hermitage.' Friday, September 12. in compliment : to Miss Spargo and Miss Harmon who! will be numbered among the early autumn brides. CHILD CULTURE. The Child Gulture club will meet i September 16 with Mrs C. H. Gos 1 ling when a full attendance is ex I pected and a cordial Invitation to all Is extended by the hostess. CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY Th f'hlldren's Aid society will I meet with Mrs Edward Blchsel at i her home on Twenty-fifth street, at I 2:80 p. m . Friday. oo TALKS TARIFF WITH WILSON Washington. Sept 3 Representa tive Underwood, leader of the House, was at the White House today to talk tariff with President Wilson. "We hope to dispose of the dlfferen ces between House and Senate In con I frence In less than two weeks." said Mr. Cnderwood "I am not disposed to fight th senate for the purpose of maintaining all the House provisions i There are no differences of principle involved I believe the Senate ha cut too much revenue from the bill and If I can convince the conferees that my estimates are correct. I J think the Senate will be willing to put some of the revenue back." oo DANIEL'S REPORT ON NAVY YARDS Washington. Sept 3 That "the ex tent of our naval Industrial activities is more unsatisfactor than is ralizpd when compared with our naval re sources for turning out modern arms I ment ln an expeditious manner.' was! the report made to Secretary Daniels today by the board of inspection for shore stations. Separate report was made on the navy yards at .Saw York, j Boston. Philadelphia. Portsmouth. Nor folk. Charleston. Port Royal, Key! West. Pensacola and New Orleans The navy yards at New York and Boston nrohah'v tv'II hv m K in. I doned in the no distant future as a rp6ult of the "Impelling demand of commerce," says the board, but thai is held to be no more reason for ar resting development of th yards at those places than It would b "log leal neglect to repair the battleships now In commission." "The existing overshadowing need of the New York navy yard." says the report "Is the erection of a modern ship building shop, with Improved fa- '-littles for handling and distributing the large amount ow-Toaterial that en- I 'era Into ship construction " The board recommends the con- s'ruction of more adequate storage buildings at the Philadelphia navy yard "One of the reasons for fail ure to establish an efficient adanced base at League Island," says the re Pott, "Is attributable to the lack oj suitable buildings " The board points out that develop ment recommended must be extend ed over a period of years and sug ' gests that some of the weakness of the Philadelphia navy yard may be overcome by development of other yards "While under certain conditions." says the report, "the success or de feat of the fleet mav be accomplished a brief period, It Is the ability of 'he fleet to carry on extended opera tlons that is the real measure of Its naval strength and efficiency, and such endurance can never be brought about without the nation possessing navy yards capable of expedltiouslv and efficiently repairing any type of battleship or navy auxiliary that now i flows " At Norfolk the board holds that an additional drydock of the largest dimensions is needed. oo POLITICIAN SHOOTS DEPUTY SHERIFF Bots, Ida . Sept 3 Former Con gressman Edgar Wilson, after being placed under arrest here today on a charge of inebriety, whipped out a revolver and shot Deputy Sheriff Har ry Champlln. It Has believed he Intended to take his own life ! WANT THEIR SON AMERICAN BORN New York, Sept 3. Mr and Mrs Herman H Harjes made a hurried trip from Paris to New York so that their son. born here last night mlgh. be beyond any shadow of doubt, an American citizen. They arrived yes I ferday with just six hours to spare. Mr Harjes Is a member of thr banking firm of Morgan. Harjes & Co . 'he Paris associates of J P. Morgan j& Co Although born ln France, he lis now an American citizen His wife was Miss Frederica Berwmd of Phlla delphia They came to New York for the same purpose when their first boy j was horn two years ago Aft THREW BOOUET TO THE EMPEROR I Berlin. Sept. 3 The Rerlln police todav completed 21 hours of feverish 'nvestigations and examinations, all brought about because an American ! woman threw a hoquet of rosee from a window of ? horel as Fmperor Wil-I Ham was passing yesterday on his I way to the mllltarv maneuvers at Temrlehof f)pM The boquet bore I a ticket inscribed to "The Great Ger- 1 man Emperor." The police were creatlv exercised because of the unusual actions of the woman, who wore a placard bearing the words. "4rt.finn davs " Thev promptly arrested her and required her to go to a police station and es tablish her Idenfltv She declared that her placard Indi oated mereh her hellef that the ' world wouldd be changed In 40,000 days The police declined to make her name public Reports Moblack Safe Norfolk Va . Sept. 3 The Old j ' Dominion liner Princess Anne arr - Ing today from New York, reported, 1 having siehted the Mobjack this I morning, through the lower bay La-; fer the companv received a report saying she was safe. uu NOT A LABORING MAN Tramp Good morning, ladv, T thought perhaps I might be ahl to get a bite here Mrs Snapp CertalnK not' Tramp Oh' then I am laboring un der a mistake i Mrs Snapp It strikes me you nev er labor under any clrcumstance-s London Opinion I GAYNOR A "J CANDIDATE i New York. Sept. 3 Voters from all sections of New York City crowd- ' -d I'lty Hall park this afternoon and naked Mayor Gaynor to become an independent candidate for re-election. The mayor gave his consenL The j fathering was more like a New Eng land town meeting than a formal po litical assemblage and was probably I the first event of Its kind in the his- i tory of the city The voters paraded from their homes in the various boroughs, armed j with banners, flags and shovels the battery signifying their approval of j Mayor Gaynor's plans In subwar con- K struction. The shovel has Keen chos- 8 en as the official party emblem for 9 the Gaynor campaign. V .Tacob H. Schiff, the bankers. Her man Ridder and R. Ross Applets, head of 'he Gaynor League, escorted Mayor Gaynor 'o the front stepg o 1 the city hall, where they stood for five minutes, howine to the heerinc crowds The mayor, who recentlr suffered an attack of his old throat I trouble looked pale and drawn. Ing the Mutual . "1 tender you the nomination for mayor." said Mr Appleton. annonne- i Ing that all legal requirements for I making a nomination h petition had J ' been met "Will you accept it?" The mayor s voice has been useleis V for public speaking since he was shot I ; ln Hoboken threr years ago He I bowed his acceptance and then mo- j tloned to his secretary to read h! i reply. I "I accept." he aid "What you do I j this day shall become memorable. j , You are teaching the intelligent peo- j plo of this city how t h y may nom- i inate their candidates for office and not submit to having candidates im- ll posed on them by a ll'tle coterfe TJaB men who follow politics as a dishon-jH est trade j Mr. Chairman, in presenting me with this shovel you are indicating B that the people of this city are going Wt to shovel all of the miserable little ML political grafters Into one common IT lump heap K HOUSE COLLAPSES; SEVEN KILLED 1 II i Dublin. Ireland. Sept. 3. Seven per- j sons were killed and five seriously In- Jured by the collapse of two old tene- j E ment houses ln Churrh street list . B night The remainder of the 53 ten- j 1 auts of the house have been account- j Jl ed for lky UM PARCEL POST EXTENSION. Sallna. Kan . Sept 3 Considers- r tion of plans to bring about an exten- W ;ion of the parcel post system, In- i j eluding the raising of the weight limit i and the lowering of rates, was one j of the problems before the annual con- I a' vention of the Farmers' National Edu cational and Co-operative association todav fc T ft Rasmussen's I Where the Crowds Go 1 1 Big f This sale SPfL' I i was a i&tor AW J I surprise tmmw mm 1 Co to the d I public, saxe : for never I have such bargains been displayed before the public eye. The store has been crowded and jammed I every day since the opening of the sale. The sale will continue for 8 days more. I Come and participate in this great event, I f it may be your only chance to get bargains like these we are offering.