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H THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDfclN, UTAH : TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1914.
8 . ; zzzr I I Woman's Page A Unique Apron and How to Make It-Old-fashioncd Bibv For the Young Child Cooling Advice for Hot Days How to Remove Lettering From Flour Sacks A Storage Hint. I A UNIQUE APRON. When making a pif' apron our chiei effort Is to htne It different from am other the recipient to-be ha? received before Of course If she object to ard playing you won I be able to make her' thin particular unique apron for It is n plain, simple little affair edged with lace and ornamenfpd with two playing cards embroidered upod it One of the cards may form a pocket and the other is embroidered In the opposite lowpr comer A C8Ti ll verv easilv traced upon the apron so tha't you will not have to hunt in the art needlework store for the stamped material or the pattern with whicb to stamp It If you want something difficult you may try the f,r oorHt hut the soot cards are I very effective and not half so dif Mailt to do. Take any card you may wish and trace it upon the material bv first placing a niece of tracing psper. face downward upon the ma terial, and then the card, face up. I upon that. Hold it firmh upon tliej material so that it doeF not slip, and I then proceed to go about the spots of the card with a pencil or soni pointed Instrument that is yet BUfJl Hently dull not to cut through thej card and so spoil your tracing paper and our material. You will have to bear heavily on the card berauflp Ol Itt. thickness, so that it will trace successfully upon the material Out line tie cards In silk the color of old gold or in red, and the spots may Ik. n-ArL . ,i mlirllv In rprl or black. I as the nature of the spot may re r;uire. E ery marking on the card is traced on the apron, even to the tiny number and miniature spot in ach corner. If you wish you may border the material just inside the lace edging with hearts, spades, club? or diamonds worked down two to three Inches apart By all means put a spot on the end of each apron string, if ou make the strings of the material If you give a card party at home and must sere the refreshments yourself, it Is a pretty idea to don one of the little card aprons for the occasion. CHILDREN AT TABLE Old fashioned bibs are coming in again bibs that please bab as well as baby's mother. Sometimes they are in outline and sometimes in cross-stitch . rarely are they In a; stitch more elaborate. They are worked in different co'ors. somemes two colors being on one bib Old de mask towels make the nicest kind of bibs. There is always a good place in a wornout towel, and a bib can ; be made of it in no time, and a lit j tie design in the form of a dog 1 horse, etc., or a nursery-rhyme scene j can be embroidered on it almost be-' fere you can count ten These bibs are just as much fun for the baby as a picture book, if they are made I properh . Bibs are excellent and perfectly I proper things for young children, but; dn not make the mistake of forcing a child to wear a bib when it is old i.ough to learn the use of a napkin For a time the napkin may be fas tened about the neck of the child.,1 but as soon as possible he should be! taught that cultured people never fas ten their napkins to their collars or( dresses but allow them to lie across the knees. Teach the children, too, never to crumple their napkins. A napkin,' after being used, should be almost' as immaculate as before jt is unfold ed. with the exception that the folds are loose while and after using It! is never too young to learn table man ners. I NEW TYPE HEADGATE Trovo. Aug 10. The Keeler uto-j roatle Headgate company is being or-1 ganized to manufacture" and sell an I automatic headgate and an instrument, called the integraph, Invented bv Carl' F. Keeler. for which patents have lieen issued and which will be owned b the company. Provo is the general ! !JlatTnnLb"sin?S5 the cani'al Is llO.OOn in shares of the par value ' or 10 cents each The directors and! officers are Joseph B. Keeler, presi dent; Joseph R. Murdoek. vice presl deal J Villiam Knight. Francis Y , Kirkham. C 9- Jarrfs and George H. .t Brimhall. Royal J. Murdoek is the i secretary and treasurer I The headgate will, fl i, claimed an l Uunatlcally measure and divert ; cpr ! tarn number of feet o! water from a stream or a certain proportion of tbe stream The Integraph is an InsUtt ment to be used Ir. enginenng and will givp measurements of excavations l and grades, automatical oo A Simple Way to Reduce Wrinkles ' Remember thai wrlnkirs and baggtnesa of hrU or rhln RTP dU lO th niU-rillar i,fsur 1oine n Rtvenatb and shrinking Tho kln IB thru too !nrK In area 111 ouch tissue smoothlj H Wrinkles or To remedy tin- condition thrr-p ? nmh- me so pffrrtlvr so quick-acting, aw a l"1 pll and harmless h lotion easilj mad I at home Get. an ounce of powered mix i'oHip at voor drug-gists n.l batir-pmi witch hasel mix Ho two and hnthr mr fec In th liquid Tills at once tightens Jth.- lcin And solidifies Hi underlying lis sui which of course snooihr out fh lines ind draws In th- sagging kln n also Milmulntoo circulation, brlncinc I I frriine or rrrshnosM and smugness to a I tired face. Advertise iment no ANXIETY IS FELT Pocateilo, Ida . Aug 10,. Among the manv Americans who are "stranded " in Europe because of the war there are a few from Pocateilo. causing some anxletj to their friends Miss Talntor, head of the English department at the Academy of Idaho, I is in charge of a tourist party abroad When last beard from, about two weeks ago, she was in Ttal and hound north Professor Aker piano instructor at the academy was In Berlin when last hearvl from Pr and .Mrs Howard are in Ixmdon and bad engaged passage on the Vaterland which vessel Is still in New York har bor, and it Is uncertain when they will arrive. -uu PRAISES SCHOOL CLUBS Idaho Falls. Ida. Aue. 10. G W Potter agent of the I'nited States agricultural department and state su pervisor of the boys' and girls' s'hool clubs, spent the past week In this vi cinity inspecting the work done by the clubs of this county. Mr. Potter sas that the fifteen boys and girls' clubs of this eounty are far ahead of any other county of the state; that more good work has been accomplished by the clubs of this county than any other county Bon neville county offered 5 "00 In prizes, and this, together with the good work of the officer in charge, has set the pace for other counties He made the statement that in all his travels oer the state he had not seen so much interest shown and actual work j done as by the officials of this count v. j A number of the hnv members of the clubs have engaged In bee culture and are making a success Many of the girls are taking courses in bread mak inc sewing, floral culture and poultrj raising. BEGINS EQUALIZATION Boise. Ida.. Aus 10 The state; board of equalization is now in ses ! s:on in this city convening today for j the first time this year f.,r the pur-1 pose of equalization assessments of property as between counties and plac I ing the l'tli assessment on common! carriers electric power lines and pub lic service corporations The board la composed or Governor .Tohn M. Haines Attorney General t, H Peter ! son Secretary or State VY L Gifford i State Auditor Fred U Huston and ' State Treasurer 0. V. Allen 1 vv OREM INTERURBAN TO CARRY FREIGHT Salt Lake. Aug 11. The Orem in terurban will establish regular freight service between Salt Lake and Pro-. o next Saturday The freight depot is located immediately opposite the pas senger depot at Third South and First West, where additional trackage has been placed to handle the freight bUB- H; I You Can Have 'g&. j j Beautiful Hair JfK f h?rflin our hail will have all its na- PP ,fjj - I Stli Bul lhe scal'' ls oflen neglected 1 MR an,i diseases, falling hair and "baldness result s iM m lL,icJJ-sle.H" M rviR thaoi 9 jm Hair Tonic !t5;1SSSr and"15?; mnOD ,em0V6S the I km I ,n accordance with 3 IrSSi e URC f Merltot Hair J ' I ST3foIST i'romotes hair J CULLEY DRUG CO. 1 -i 1 Exclusive Agency 1 I Ask your dealer for OUR I Delicious Raisin Bread Wm ! in Sanitary Wrappers Bi 9 ioc THE HESS BAKERY HI I Scientific Bakers I 2557'61 Granl Av- JUm I "MENACED TOWNS IN WAR TORN BELGIUM Royal Palace at Brussels (upper left); the belfrv at Bruges; La Place I Verte and the Cathedral, Antwerp. i . ! iness I)ail servif e will he ci en I on BCbedulc 'l .cikmI to glye prompt! delier .it points on the line The in re;is- in rwsRenqer btialneBS has made necessary an additional pas Benger train each vaj on the new line, ivhich will also be put in &er r Saturday The additional trains w III leave Provo and fell i.akp at 11 p tn arriving al K):55 o'clock i m nn. I Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous Common Sense Advice by a Distin guished Specialist "Acid' siomachs ari "lancirous because! aciJ Irriiities and inflnmr-s th delicate i lining of tli- Rtoihach, thus hlniJ;ing and prevei)ting ih- proper action of the uiin3''h. anl leadinjB to probably ntn-i lentlis ot the I'nsc fif niomach trfiubl-; from wblcb people suffer Ordinary Imedlplpes and medicinal treatments sir 'useless In such cases, for they leave th I source of thp troubli. the acid In Iho stomach'. daneeroiu as ever Thacll must iieutraHaed, and its formation prevented, and the best thing for this purpose Is :i teaspoonful of bistirated maKnesia, .t "inipif1 antacid, taken in a little warm or cold water :itter eating, which not only rxeutrallzes the rtpld, but! also prevents the fermentation from which acidity li developed Poods which ordinaril cause greatest distress m;i be 11 1 ! wnli Impunlt If the meal in fol-, low .'(I w II) , III I r h - nr. i Ir. nidmirsla which can be obtained from A. R. Me Intyre Drug Co., ind should always be1 kepi hand Ad ertl-ement. oo I CREDITORS LIQUIDATION COMPANY Expert collectors, accountants and! business adjusters Suits brought in COmpanj B name if desired. Bonded to the state of 1 tah for ISCOOO.'OO. "We et the money" 206 Col Hudson Bldg Phone 87. Advertisement oo ONLY TWO SEA CAPTAINS ENLIST Chicago. Aug. il -Only two sea captains who are also citizens of the United States hdc come forward from the Chicago district in response to the rail from th department of tomruerre n was macit known to day. n the proposed expansion of , the merchant marine it was thought that several hundred captains, offi cers and pngineers would be found I here A total of fifty-six mon hold ing masters, qfflcera and engineers ' n ifieates have registered w ith the collector of the port hero and all may be drafted b the government If nec essary Citizenship paper maj be issued to some of th? fore gncrs who are tiualified to command ships, it was said Several of the foreign horn ship masters have lived In this coun try many years. ij SALT LAKE TEACHERS WRITE FROM EUROPE Salt Lake. Vug 11 Posi cards were received in Salt Lake vester da from Miss Margaret Mat Vichio and Fraulcin Mela Boettcher, instruc tors in tho Salt Lake high school, both oT whom are now In Europe Both cards were written prior to the out break of the general war in Europe, and neither mentions lhe possibility ot war. The post raid from Miss MacVichie was mailed on July 2fi from lnterlach--"ii al Lake Geneva, Switzerland That from Fraulcin Boettcher was mailed July 37 from Wiesbaden, Oprmany Miss MarVlchie intended going to It" ah before returning to Salt Lake. arKIld Fraulein Boettcher was to re main with friends In Wiesbaden until it was time for her to return to Salt Lake for the opening of school. oo . NEW YORK DEFENSE GUNS ARE TO BE TRIED OUTj New York, Aug. 11 Colonel S B. Allen, coapr defense commander at Fort Hancock. Sandy Hook New .ler se, gave warning to shipping inter ests today that there will be target practice next Tuesday night with the rreat coast defense guns and mortars at the fort. oo Read the Classified Ads Read the Classified Ads UNITED STATES TAKgpRGE French Embassy in Austria Hungary Turned Over to American Ambassador. Paris, via London. Aug 11. (11 -15 i. in.) The Cnited States will look attei the interests of the French in Austria Hungary and of the ustrians and Hungarians in Franco during the Interruption of relation? between the two countries Count Nicolas Szecsen de Temenn. Austro Hungarian ambassador to France, was conducted to the railroad siation bj Richard William Martin a high official connected with the Preni h foieign office. A special train had h-n provided for the am bassador and he departed for the Itali an frontier. oo ' KINO ALBERT MEETS CABINET Arrives in Brussels From Gen eral Headquarters to Con fer With Ministers. Brussels, via London (12 noon) Aug 1 1 K i n Albert arrived here during the nicht from the general headquarters of the Belgian armv at LOU Valh to the northwest of Liege His majesty- passed several hours In : conference with the Belgian minister nf I . r n ; V-i . ... i ' " "'in which a caoinei council I was held j It is reported here that all the civ ilian hostages held bv the Germans n the town of Liege hae been re leased on giving their parole to re , main at the disposal of the German military authorities. Belgian Resistance Unexpected j Military authorities here assert , German cavalry divisions were tolled Oft to make a raid on Brussels with j the object, it is believed, either of ; levying war contributions or seizing the treasun ir p argued that they evidently reckoned on not meeting any Belgian resistance As evidence that the German plans to traerse Belgian territory were1 known to well informed Germans; hre, it is pointed out that a cele brated chateau in Belgium belonging! lo a German prince was emptied six I weeks ago, all the silver works of) art and other valuables being sent to Germany Among the spies captured in Belgi um were four German officers wear Ing Belgian uniforms One spy was disguised as a woman, another as n missionary, and a third, who had a basket full of carrier pigeons, as a fisherman. OHIO VOTING FOR 8000 CANDIDATES Columbus. O. ur 11 Approxi mately SOOu candidates for nomina tion for state, judicial, congressional I and county offices and for members of state and county party committee men were being voted for today by Ohio electors Political observers expressed the opinion that the vote would be com paratively light Efforts of candi dates to arouse the otcrs were Chech mated. In a large measure, campaign managers pointed out by surpassing interest in news of the European war. . oo WEATHER BUREAU SERVICE CRIPPLED New York. Aug. 11 Through the failure, of British and German vctbels to report weather conditions at sea because of the fgir that their loca tions will be determined aud forward " 1 f " .' 1 " WESTERN PACIFIC, Reduced Round Trip Excursion Rates EAST Chicago $56 50 Memphis 5985 St. Louis ... $51.20 Denver 2250 Omaha 40.00 Kansas City 40 00 t Selling Dates August 12, 19, 26; September 2, 16 Good returning until October 31. September 2, 16 Good returning until October 31 WEST 3an Francisco..... $35.00 Lo Angeles 0 00 Selling Dates August 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 Good returning sixty days from date of sale. F. Fouts, Telephone City Ticket Office General Agent 634 Eccles Buildlnq MTTICWIIMMTTWlWWrffrTinilrWlPMr Jed b wireless lo hostile cruisers, the j weather bureau i unable to give no j tlce of W est Indian hurricanes now probably forming. Owner8 of. hips sailing to Sontn j American and West Indian ports and officials In tlie local forecaster 6& i Ice declared today that the situation I as extremely serious s result ! of the failure of the steamships to report, the radio telegraph bulletin Is sued daily for the benefit of the mer ( haul marine is practically useless. Thin People Can Increase Weight Thin mn and ironun who would Ilk I to lnr-rpi- ihMr weljhl with 10 or 16 I should try p;ulnic a U 1 1 1 Sargol t, Ith i their meals for a while and not results I Her I a K'""'1 le1 worth tryinK First Weigh yourself :n measure ourself. I Then take Sargol one tablet with eery ! mal for two weeka Thf n wiRh arnl mjsurp again It ln t a QUMtlon of how you look or feel or what jour friends s.iy and think. Th s.ules and the tape measure will tell their own Stt rj -'itiil ni'iM any thin man or woman 'can easily add from five to elKht pounds I In the first fourtn da b) following this simp!" dlr"' tlon And best of all, tho nir flesh stays put. .ii oi does not of Itself ro-ikr fat. but mixing With your food, it turns lhe fats. "Hk rs and starches of wh.u you hivo 'rii'ii Into rich, ripe fat produeinsr nour Isiiment for the tissues and h'ood pre pares ii In an easlK assimilated form I which the blood can readily accept All this nourishment now paseo from your ho,)-, ay a,i But Sargol stops the Waste and does It quickly and tnake the fat producing cotlUwitji of th very ame meals you are eating now dr-lor' pounds and pounds of healih flesh be tween your skin and bones. Sargol Is safe, pleasant, efficient and inexpensive A. R Mclntyrs Drug Store and nilii leading druggists In )gden and vIcinit.N' j sell It In large boxes forty tablets to i a parkage--on a Kuaratoee of weight ln rrrase or money back. -Advertisement, j nn WOMAN SUFFRAGE DRAWS ATTENTION El Paso, rex 1 1 Questions of national woman suffrage and na tional prohibition attracted most at I tenlion at the opening of the state Democratic consentlon here today. The convention will ratify the nomi nees for state and congressional offi ces selected by primary election last mouth, and adopt a platform Waco. Texas, Aug. 11 The state Republican convention met here to duv tu nominate a candidate for gov ernor and for auy other state officers the Republicans may decide to con test in the fall election San Antonio, Tex, Aug 11. Pro! zresshes of the state met in conven lion here, today to make nominations for state offices ij BIBLES TO BE SENT SOLDIERS: Christian Agencies to Distri-' bute Bibles in All Languages at the Front. New York Aug. Ill Christian I agencies of Germany appear to bej taking up work among the soldiers in; arms The American Bible society! has received an application trom Germany for Bibles and parts of Bi ; bles in German. Polish. French and Russian tongues, for distribution al the front. It was learned yesterday at the Bible house that the British and for- eign Bible society of London ls alsoj taking steps for this christian work. and is having the cooperation of the! French Bible society of Paris The Prussian Bible society of Ber lin and the Wurtemburgh Bible in stitution of Stuttgart are known to be entering on christian work in the vast armies. Brussels, via Par's. 11- I Sod, sayK that German T'hlans to .k 3a2Q from the town treasur and postofflco at Tonsres and forthwith . expended S24n for food, as they were' hungry I London. Aug ll The concentra tion of Russian forces in strength at, Fkenas apparently disproves the re port widely published on Saturday1 that a German army of 40.000 men had been landed there and was! marching on Helslngfors Read the Classified Ads. oo I Read the Classified Ads. 1 .. . . WRECKAGE OF WAR VESSEL IS FOUND Flood Tide Casts Up Cabin Doors of Man-of-War Off California Coast. San Francisco. Aug 11. -More wreckage rrom a British vessel, which todav is established to have been a irian-of-uar was casl up by fhe early flood tide in the neighborhood ol the bout'i Shore life Bavlng station Two white wooden cabiu doors were i found bearing nn brieht brass plates, i one the legend 'Navigating Officer" I and the other "Gunner'. Washington. Aug ll According to I records here the only British ships' j in American Pacific waters aro the : small cruiser Shearwater, the sloO) Of war Algeriiie and the croiser Rainbow At last reports the Shear water wa- on tin Lpwer California coast and the Rainbow departed from San Francisco with coal for a Cana dian port lasi Friday The only enemy Which miht have been in the vicinity was the Gorman protected cruiser Nurmberg which h.id been on Mexican duty nt Manxa rullo, but on .1 1 i 1 j: was imported n mid-PSciflc ocean m ar Midway islanrl ! apparently steaming for the German j China station. The Montcalm, a Freni h cruiser, with Rear Admiral; lluf. v as la' rofiorccd lurtheT BOUth in Mexican waters at Acanulio i ' No news received here today served j to identify the wreckage casl up near San Francisco. The Rainbow belongs to the navy ; of the Dominion Of Canada Sh was built in 1891, bought for na'. a' purposes in lfmc and converted into i miser She is sheathed and cop pered and carries a light armament ol two six-inch guns and some sec ondary guns. Tbe German cruiser Nurmberg is a protected cruiser built in 190." and in addition to ten i inch guns is equip- ped with two torpedo tubes , ! DID YOU EVER SEE CANDY SWIM? These hot days are bad for candy, especially the choco lates, and they fairly swim NOT SO with us, however, we have a refrigerator which keeps them in perfect condi tion. Yellowstone Park? Headache Tablets? j5$a Drugs WASHINGTON AT 25TH i ' IB! OIHE PEOPLE Save money a 8t0ckmg-lf they Put in $10 they draw out on.y $10 wHi.e f they deposited $10 in ou Savmg, Department they would not only have $10, but 4 p interest on their money and Safety besides. Deposit von- , K 1 VOUr savings with Ogden Savings Bank Ogdcn, Utah. M. 3. Browning, President. John w?!eS' V,Ce-P--e'dent. rSll h b ni Vl-Presldent. Chaa. H. Barton, Cashier FRATERNAL SOCIETIES j Hrotherhood of American Yeomen, Ogdcn Homestead No. 1505 meets or every Tuesday evening in W. 0. V. hall, Fraternity bulKllng. Washington acnue. Visiting Archers are cordlat. lv invited to meet with ub. LeRo, McKni?ht, foreman, 29ih street J. A Junk, Correspondent, J2u2 Wash incton aenue Queen City Rebekah lodRe. 0. 4, I. O. O. F.. meets second and fourth Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members Invited. An pie Carlson, N 0-, Hazel Wolhaup.ter Re. ording Secretary Order of Owls, Ogden Nest, No. 1218. Order of Owls, meets pvory Frl dav evening in their own hall (the old Elk club rooms ) at. 8 o clock Visit. Inc Brother Owla are invited to at tend the next meetings T C. Iver son President; G. C Rcberg, Secre tary. Women of Woodcraft Sego Lily Clr 1 le No. 171 meets every second ani 'nin th Thursdaj niprhts at 8 o'clock in ( I O. O F. hall; visiting nehhbdrs cordially invited France'; Coppnck G. N., 857 27th St Kate Heyrnan! Clerk, 232 2.1d. Fraternal Order of Fairies ilgden Aerie No 1 1, V O. K., meels p'er Wcdneedai eenins at Ragles' hall Hi.dson avenue, at S o'clock Visiting brother Pales arc Invlied to attsn-1 tho aerte inoetlnss. ( lub r"oms open : at 11 a m Wm Do-ir. V President E. R. (ieiger. Secretary; Dr. C E. Wardleish, Aerie Phvsician. MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O. E S . regular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington ave.. between 25th and 2Uh sts., the first and third Fridays of each month. So- journln? member cordially invited to attend. Minnie Parker, W. M , Callie j E. Cave. Secretary. Woodmen of the World. V eber camp No. 74. meets in the W O. W hall, Fraternity block, 2:?20 Washing ton avenue, every Thursda evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor dially Invited to attend C 1 1 Har tog, C C; W. m. Piggutt. Clerk, Ladles of the Maccabees of the World, Silver Hie No 1 meets cierv 1111 anil 111 11 w 1- 1 Kin ,.- w. ii 1 us rt' I o'clock; and every second and fouth Friday afternoons at 2.20 o'clock In f Woodmen hall, Fraternltv block Vis itinc member? cordially invited lo at tend. Alice Collins, L C. ; L. Jennie Frout. R K Tloyal Neighbors of America meet; every -econd and fourth Monda nights or each month at S o'clock at the new Odrl Fellows hall. Fraternity building. Visiting neighbors invited. Etta Ingebretsen, 1078 Steel avenue Lillian Newton. Recorder, 27th aD'l Quincy. Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood men of Vmerica meets everv Tuesday nipht in new K". ol P. hall. 3 door north of nostofflce. Out of town mm hers rordiall invited to meet with us O. F. Olsen, Consul, J. H Shafpi Clerk Ogden Lodge, No. 2. Knights of Py thias mcts everv Monday p-veninz at 8 o clock In Castle hall of the Py- tnian Duuaing, -! urnni avenue ' isitins Knishts welcome. A E Prat' C C; W u Underwood, K R S.. W. J G Kind, M. F r Royal Highlanders, Oden Castle No 525 meets In the new I O O F. I hall, Fraternity block. 2.120 Wash a'.e , 1 every 2nd and 1th Fuday evening at 8 o'clock Visiting Highlanders cor dially Invited. A F. Wykes, I P. William Muller. Sec.-Treas. I , I 1 I Women of Woodcraft Ogden Circle I No. 581, meets every Wednesday nigh. I at 7::J0 o'clock, new Woodman Hall, Fraternity Rld.i; , Wash. Ave. Visiting j Neighbors invited. Dues can be paid , to McBnde Drug Co.. 2166 Washington 1 Ave Anna Mills, G. N , 223 W. 31st Street. Phone 1650-R Mari Crltes. Clerk, 27 11 Monroe Phone 193 I R. Dumore Vacuum Cleaners I We Rent Them as well as Sell l Them. OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY I COMPANY. h! 2448 Washington Avenue. PtoW3J For DE LUXE ICE CREAM CALL PHONE 2359 GERDINC & WILLIAMS SLADE TRANSFER! J : Phone 321 Office 408 25th St. ! FANS REPAIRED Motors Re-wound. Work Guaranteed. Electric Service Co. Phone 88. 425 24th St. Dalfy Thought. The mind that associate lapuritj J j with the human body ls Itself Impure. -Jay Foi m oo j Close. J "Is Charlie much of s spender?" ( "The only thins I ever sew him spend was an evening out at te house."