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2 H THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1919
I ' I T tBp JS 'Present e d ly
j H QBHRV MAXWELL KARCER.
TUTU PC AT
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A superb 6tory of smiles, tears and big' moments
Cartel on ,
great stage pLay
an.d adapted by 'SSt'
rrec tor- Wm- J&y&Si&xjtf Sffy QiftHflBBBl
In her study of the straDge little waif, Nazimova runs the entire
range of the emotions. Never has she had a role that calls for so
amazing a display of her powers of mimicry, facial expression and
pantomime. 'The Brat ' is a creature of moods as variable as April
zephyrs as fleeting- as sunbeams dancing on a bubble. And no
more admirable impersonation than this could be found for Nazi
! mova, "the star of a thousand moods," in her newest Metro picture
Show starts 2 00, 3:50. 5 40, 7:30, 9.30 P. M
I UTAH ALL WEEK
Fcr Subscription 2nd Aavrdolng
Department, Call Phono I o. 66.
Sleigh riding outfits Ph 445 1459
j Enlisted Otis A. Corlis, Ray Cree-
dle and Byron Adams, all of Colorado,
I enlisted as firemen, third class, at the
naval recruiting station here yester
day. Three veterans relnllsted. They
are Grant Erickson and Alma BricHson
Hi j i' of Wyoming and Klchanl 1 -, 1 1 . .
; For Sale One Safe, C. H Smith.
j 2'8 25th St, 1467
In the Army After having been out
of the army for seven years. Thomas J
i.ane has felt the call again and en-
listed as a supply clerk. During the
war he was a sugar inspector for the
II I 1 government.
For Sal Unredeemed diamonds.
Uncle Sam Loan office. 278 25th St.
Bridge at Farmington Contracts for
trading approaches to an overhead
111 bridge to be erected over tho Dam'
Bll berger tracks at Farmington, ha
been awarded to the Heiselt Con !
struction company by the state road!
commission. Th.' removal of 35,1
cubic yards of dirt at 45 cents a yard
is the main feature of the contract 1
This is one of the two ovcrh ad bridges ;
which are planned, the other being
the Riverdale crossing.
For Rent Ohio Vacuum clearer,
jJ 5uc to 11.00, guaranteed. Phone 2071). j
Students at Sugar Factory Seven-'
ly-five Weber . formal college rlrls
osterday visited fhe Amalgamated
ilj Sugnr factory at Wilson Lam- Th.
tj j t gigs are studying the tises of sugar
.1 in preparing food, and were taken
Ik through tho plant so that ih.-j n,
: 'j hae some ideas as to how sugar is
I r manufactured.
JJ i- We are dosing out our entire line ol
Hlj hina and ulasHWare. You can save-
llij money by buying our Xmas l..ii.s hen
fill I :-A Olsen 221'J Wash .e.. next to
HHIj Williams Music Store. 1'h. n I -
H ji 1431 j
Leaves On Mission. Muter, I in. I
mf IM quist. son of C. J. A. Llndquist, left1
111 i?Bn lHSt evening at 6:50 o'clock foi
HL it 'lie southern states mission headquar
lllrvl ,erp" wnpro ne W1" De assigned to a
H ll 1 field of work for the Church of Lat
IH 1 1 lt'r"ta' Saints.
1 m ' V- iiman dance postponed on account
HCll f Soldier and Sailor dance at Ucrth
IHk ' 1IU' a'S mU8'' 1492
Sues for Divorce C. V Saltucav-: h I
EE ftljd an action In tho district court in
Bil I wHIch he ssks lot divorce from- his
III W'Ie LJ1"; SA,tK1 vci . From thi
J plaint filed In the action, tho parties
LmINI ' H,rc ,narrk',, nt BpitoffleMt Mo., in July,
LMHI i ""l ,Hi Wa" deserted by defendant
If o&"c In March. m? Tho plaintiff
I III B l '' rr nn absolute divorce on the
Hliyili Knftind of wtlfUl dojrtlon. O'Connoi'v
Hlj I ifpoi for the nlainttff.
Ill Prof' M'118' Class Tho Spanish
II U d8 r"contl' organized in Ogden will
hold class every Thursday evening at
the Ogden high school Professor
John Mills, former superintendent of
schools, is the instructor of the class.
Joy Riders. Take Notice' Call 611
for sleigh parties. Schools solicited.
Good sleigh; lots of bells. 1195
Forfeits Bail C. Endos forfeited
bail in the sum of $50 In police court
thifl morning by K.ilinc; to appear on a
charge of being intoxicated. A war
rant was issued for his arrest.
Thotograpns are history of the fam
ily. Have them taken today at The
Tripp Photo Studio, 320 25th St-
Meet Tonight The regular week,
night meeting of fellowship, devotion,
and prayer will be held at the First
Congregational church tonight at 8
o'clock conducted by the Rev. God
frey Matthews. A cordial invitation
is given to all.
Old papers or sale. Ogden Stand
ard. Clean rags wanted at The Standard
From Nevada Grazing Examiner
Shoemaker has returned from Nevada,
wher.- he att-ml" i meetings of stock
man al Wlnnemucca, Elko and Ely.
He was accompanied by Dr. Sampson
of the Great Basin experiment station
aud Grazing Inspector Winkler. In
tense cold prevails through Nevada,
it is reported, although thus far n.nge
conditions are fairly good
Clean rags wanted at The Standard
Cad News Mrs. Fred Meissner re
ceived the sad news today of the death
ol bar youngest sister. Mrs. Katherine
Meyers, of Inland, Clay county. Ne
braska. Mrs. Meyers passed away
Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock.
CLICK, cement and plaster jobbing,
chimneys, fin-wall?, etc Phono ttu
Rally of Scouts A rally for Boy
Scouts will be held Friday night at
the Ninth w.id chapel by Troops 15
and 24 of th local Boy Scout organi
zatlonu. Membei-3 of the Ogden Ko
'ary club have been invited to attend
the rally which will have several
Clique features in store for the visit
ors. i Beautiful Xmas plants and cut f!ow
icrs order now. Dumke Floral Co.
Must Clear Sidewalks Officer Wil
liam Lick has called attention to the
fact that property owners who fail to
shovel nov from their sidewalks an
liable to a fine, under the city ordin-
1 1 slat, d thai while people- as
a general rule were clearing off the
snow, that in some instances the side
walks were being neglected and in
their semi-frozen condition were dan
jgeroua to the safety of pedestrians.
Xmas bazaar at Methodist church,
next to court house. Thursday and Fri'
day, ler 11 and 12. Thicken Jinner
sered Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p. m.
Adults 75c; children under 8. half
Beet Pulp The shipment of beet
i pulp by railroad from Amalgamated
jdgar plants in Wilson Lane and Brig-
MAN GETS LOAD OF COAL BUT
CANNOT SIGN STATEMENT AND
THEN GIVES IIP THE FUEL
It the Bamc unselfish spirit prevails
among the ccal consuming public of
Ogden and measures of economy are
continued in effect, there will be no
reason to fc-ol alarmed over the fuel
situation insofar as Ogden is con
corned. This was the announcement of the
city coal committee, following its
daily meeting nt the Weber club.
The value of the committee's rule
requiring a statement as to coal on
hand was demonstrated b an incident
related al the meeting
A man with his own team and wagon
visited a coal yard and asked for coal.
ham City will start In about a week. I
according to E. Sebbelov, agricultural
Conference Ai the North Weber
stake conference to be held in the tab
ernacle Sunday, represehtath es of
th- church authorities will be present
Sessions will be held in the morning at
10 o'clock and in thf afternoon al 2
o'clock President James Wother
jpoon will preside. The tabernacle
choir will furnish music for both ses
BOOK ON 'LIVESTOCK
SHOW OAS BEEN
Tli. premium list nnd rules nml r.-nibi-
tions lor the Osdcn Livestock vhra have
been completed ftnd tho elaborate hook
of M j)?A'?-c. eontn'ning newsy items rr
gardlng tho show has Just como off the
Secretary n. C Kvnn.-. in arranging
the book bus included tho following
i Ogden'S importance as a livestock ren
ter as th shipping, feeding! marketing
'point for cattle, sheep, hogs ami hories
has attracted nation-wid.- attention.
Because of the logical location for han.l-
I ling livestock traffic, because the grc-ic
steam and electric railroads of tho inter
mountain states center at Ogden; because
of the Interest taken in the livestock
business by Ogrden men who have Invest' d
heavily in tlio Industry, there has bee-1
a tremendous growth which la best eiom
onsirated by the success of the Ogden
Union Stock Yards.
ai these stockyards, established In 1917
I the Ogden Livestock show will bo r..-. a
on January S, 9 and 10, 1920. The foun.l-
ers e.f tho i ostock show decided that th
excellent facilities provided by tho stock
ards should be utilized for this voiu
Substantially constructed pens, with con
crete floors, concrete watering trough -,
sewage connections, fresh running water,
ample feed troughs ar supplemented by
enough shed room to accommodate 'l
of the high class cattle, sheep and hogs
that are exhibited The facilities for
loading and unloading from cars ar
e.n better tbnn those found in eastc n
I Livestock men of the west are invitJ
! lo send tholr exhibits Of cattle, siieop
and hofr-7 to this center to participate
in the Ogden Livestock show and to as
sist, through such exhibitions in the
upbuilding of the industry throuRhout tho
I Intermountain states.
Through these exhibits at tho Ogden
I Livestock show it will bo proven, to 1 ff I
I the casual obse rver as well as the student
of conditions, that the intermountain
states can produce tho finest of cattle,
sheep and hogs, readx for the markets of
I the world To the man interested in
tlnlrying, it will be shown that Utah and
, Idaho possess some of the nation's best
! dairy herds; to thos interested In fat
tened stock It will be shown that the
animals from intermountain farms ari
ti .1 for the market; to those who would
enter the leering business, the oppoi
tunlty to secure feeder stock of high
Quality will be demonstrated, the sheep
' man will find here the wool and mutton
; producers from the best flocks of the
irest; th-- man interested in perk produc
tion will see the growing importance oi
ihul industrv, the conditions that war
j rant embarkation in that business
As an educational event alone, ibo
Ogden Livestock show will be of great lm
i portance: as an upbullder of the west,
it will be of great moment and an the op
portunity for livestock men to study tic
markets and maikoting as exemplified n
l the splendid Ogden yards it should be
of even greater meaning.
. . - n
Red Cross Seals
In the interest of the Red Cross Seal
i drive, three moving pic ture reels were
shown last evening before a large
crowd in the Ogden High school audi
torium. Scoutmaster Delbert Foulger
of Troop 16 provided the projecting
i The work of Rotary club members,
who volunteered their services, has
been practically completed and the ii
j nal returns will be compiled within
I the next few days
' yrffooths are to be 'opened Monday
and will remain open until Saturday.
i The matter will also be brought up
in church next Sunday.
Legion Band Is.
to Have Rehearsal
Music for the American Legion
band has arrived and. If arrangements
with city officials can be made, the
frist rehearsal will be held Friday
night in the council chamber at the
Chairman Lester Hinchcliffe of the
legion music committee has an.
nouncod that all beginners will be
welcomed at the rehearsals. This will
give not only legion members, but stu
dents at the schools, boy scouts, and
others opportunity to ha..- practical
' band experience.
Hia wagon was loaded. Then he was
asked to sign a statement that he was ,
in need of coal and did not have an j
adequate supply on hand. But at this
point the man balked. lie did not!
sizn the statement but unloaded the
It was learned today that Ihe aver-!
ape daily consumption of coal at mis
time Is 600 tons a da In Ogden This
does not include the larger mnnufac
tuiing plants w hich receive coal direct
from the mines
Albert K. Wilfong. the new field
ageni of the committee, was on the i
I job today, visiting the coal yards and j
j checking up on orders for coal.
POULTRY MEN ARE TO
give EXtnemoN !
The annual exhibition ol" the "Weber
County Poultiy association will be
held from December 29 to January 3,
and the last meeting of tho nssocia-1
tion prior to the exhibition will take I
place next Wednesday evening at 2518
In sending out notice of the annual I
exhibition the board of directois in a '
statement as in part.
"In extending an invitation to you
to show your birds and meet with us
Intho ninth annual exhibit, we feel!
that a privilege ir, afforded which
breeders of standard bred poultry
cannot afford to let pass.
"The Interest manifested by mom
berrs of the association and our friends
and the quality of ihe birds to be
found in the county and In the pens
throughout 4he state assure us of the
largesl and best, moi interesting and
instructive how yet held."
The officers are Fred Summerlll,
.h : Mantis Han.-n and William W.
Shaw. O. L. McCord will be- the
Rules and regulations of the Ameri
can Poultry association will be fol. I
lowed in connection with the Ogden i
Early entries by poultry fanciers are '
CARD OF THANKS j
We wish to extend our sincere and'
heartfelt thanks to our friends and I
neighbors for iheir many acts of kind
ness and assistance shown us during!
(lie illness an.l death of our father,'
husband and brother; also for thej
many beautiful floral offerings.
(Signed) MRS. A. D. RANCH.
Bobby McLean, world's champion 1
skater, passed through Ogden en
route to Vancouver this morning. Mc
Lean is noted the world over as a
speed skater and has been matched
against Harvlngson, the Norw egian j
star, during the 1920 season.
Deaths and Funerals
HEFFNER. Funeral services for
the Heffner babe were held this aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock in the Kirkendall
chapel, and interment in Mountain
POTTS. Funeral services for Mrs.
Uertje Potts will be held Sunday at 1
p. in., in the Fourth ward meeting
house, Bishop Hvrum Lund officiating.
The casket will be open at the home,
S36 Twenty-first street, Friday, from
6 until 9 p m.. and Saturday all day
as well as Sunday until 1 p m. Inter
ment City cemetery.
FARLEY. Funeral services for
Mrs. Madeline Farley were held at 12
noon Sunday in the Seventh ward
meeting house. Bishop Budge officiat
ing. The chapel was filled with rela
tives and friends of the deceased and
many beautiful floral offerings were
laid on the beir. Vocal selections
were given by Mrs. Mary Farley, who
sang. "I Know That My Redeemer
Lives," Mrs. Melba Read Jones sang,
"Come. Come Ye Saints " C. P. Fer
rin sang. "I Will Go Where You Want
Me to Go." and Dale Farley sang "A
Perfect Day " Miss Ellen Thomas
sang "O My Father." The speakers
were Patriarch James Taylor, Bishop
W. H. Jardlne, M L Jones. Judge
George S. Barker, and Bishop Budge
E. A. Larkin dedicated the grave in
Ogden City cemetery.
Professor Mosiah Hall, state I ich
school inspector and one of the lead
ers in new civic and patriotic- worl.
wJII address the regular monthly in
stitute of Weber county teachers Sat
urday, November 13, at the Central
Junior High school. The meetin? will
be called to order at 10:30 o'clock
A demonstration ot how to teach
elementary music will also be given at
the institute. Miss Nora Edlund of the
Riverdale school being in charge of
this demonstration. A number of stu
dents of the Riverdale school will bo
present for the demonstration.
Pay checks for teachers will be dis
tributed af the meeting.
OREGON WILL PLAY HARVARD
LOS AN'GELKS. Cal . Dec 11 Thi
University of Oron team ha ben
arlected by the Tournament of Knaea'
aaaoclatton to meet the Harvarti foot
hall team nt PnaaU.-na Now Ye.ir'a fly
In Um nnniial eat va. weat football
game. Oregon ha1 pravioualy advlacl
the convention that it would he chosen I
TRAINS SHE RUING
FOUR TO SIX HOURS
With the velocity of Wyoming winds I
decreasing, prospects for Union Pa-!
dttc trains running on time are im
proving While today's trains will arrive from
four to six hours late, it is anticipated
that the way will he cleared before
next week, providing further storms
do not occur
According to word received here to-'la-,
the rotary ploughs have to clear
the track for each train that goes
through the snowbound putfl the
wind refilling the cuts before another;
train can ge-t through The main
trouble is said to be near Laramie.
There was slight relief today in the
freight department several trainloads
of freight being allowed to go over
the road Tho embargo on freight
will be lifted as soon as weather con-
t ' ;
Choruses for American
Legion Play Have
v . J
Four choruses for the American
Legion play. "Piff, Paff. Poof," have;
b.-cn completed with the following
young ladies of Ogden appearing in
Pony Pallet Girls, Misses Louise-1
Fisher, Anna Burton. Afton Stahr,
Phyllis King. Trena Franizen. Thelma
Critchlow, Ruth Scpfield and Mildred
Noall; Buster Brown Girls. Muses
Adelaide Ashton. Varda Nuttal. Kath
eryn Fisher, Lucile Lowe, Thelma
Stone, Thelma Gazler, Vera McBrlde
and Zola McBrlde; Summer Girls,
Misses Ora Anderson, Leona Revoi
Nona Wallace, Elizabeth Fans, Vera
Jensen, Laura Malan. Lillian Tarry
and Esthor Doty; Show Girls and
Easter Chorus, Misses Grace Burton,
Mildred Browning, Fay Blair, Marion
Bodle. Thelma Hatch, Virginia Baker,
Zaza Huish, Ellen Wilbur, Margaret
Wallace. Nellie O'Keefe, Rose McPar-l
land, Margaret Schwab, Fay Wooten j
and Nora Keener.
Although many of the vacancies
have been filled in the cast of "Piff,
Paff, Poof," still there is an excellent
opportunity for any young ladie-i who
have talent and experience in the!
dramatic line, the committee of the
American Legion announces There Is
also an opportunity for two men be
tween the ages of 40 and 45 who have
good baritone voices.
Rehearsals will bo held Tuesday,
Thursday and Fridays at 7:30 o'cloi k
Sunday at 3 30 O'clock. The first com
plete rehearsal will be held this eve
nine, and the dancing numbers vill be
FRANK M'GRATH MARRIED.
Frank C. McGrath. former Ogden
newspaper man, was recently married
to Miss Florence Fulton of Butte,
Mont., according to word received
I The marriage took place at Pocatello,
The newly married couple are at
present on a short honevnioon trip
to Salt Lake.
DAUGHTERS OF MORMON
The Daughters of the Mormon Bat
tallon will meet at the home of Mrs.
W. W. Richardson, 550 Twc-nty-second
'street, Friday, at 2 o'clock.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Congregational church will meet to
I morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with
Mrs. J. R Wren. 2352 Jackson ave
nue. All ladies of the church are in
vited to be present.
W. R. C. SOCIAL CLUB.
The ladles of the W. R. c. Social
club will meet Friday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Pearl
Elliott on Harrisville avenue. Elec
tion of officers will be held.
WEBER CLUB IK
PLANS FOR ITS
At a meeting of the board of direct
ors of the Weber club today, the fol
lowing committee was named to nom
inate candidates for the offices for
the 1920 season of the Weber club
James H. De Vine, Fred T.tylor,
John Spargo, W. W. Wilcox, A. P.
Bigelow. I. N. Pierce and Carl Ras
mussen. The general election will be
held at the club the second Monday
President Warren L. Wattle was
empowered by the- directors to appoint
a committee to confer with Fred W.
Kiesel on the matter of the annex to
be made to the Colonel Hudson build
ing. The matter of a new secretary'
was left in the hands of th.- president
and it was stated that no action to
1111 the vacancy would be taken until
the election of officers in January.
Is to be Held
Arrangements tor the annual pricnthood
ronvfntlon of tho Weber uLako have h -n
Oemplatofl and will be held om tlni
j during Februar .
The seftaiona w ill bo . held during the
morning at the Weber Normal collar
an.l in the Ofden Ttilcrnacle during iho
nftornoon. Representatives of tho gen
eral church authorities Will bf lnitU to
a 1 1 end.
. The first annual conference, held two
lar ngo. was a decided success.
HE'S 0 1
D t j
Y V 1 '
That Athletic Daredevil Star
in His Greatest Effort
"The Winning Stroke"
1919 FASHION SHOW 1920
A Dazzling Exhibit of American Creations. ;
No Woman Should Fail to See It. '
ALSO HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY
Ogden Theatre I
SUNDAY 1 ' THE RIGHT TO HAPPINESS"
BBmBMsH W If WrT . II1 milhllJUrUHMI BsHBBHWEMnHBBs
COWBOY DICE TO BE
GIVEN DURING BIG
A grand informal cowboy dance- will
be one of the features of the celebra
tion in January during th- Ogden
Livestock Show over one hundred
cow boys and cowgirls in cost urn. will
appear and special prize?. including
best costumed cowboy and cowgirl will
The Lillian Thatcher orchestra has
arranged to have some of the latest
"Jazz" music on hand for the visit
To Meet Tonight
Basketball players interested in the
Commercial League, which will In
formed at a meeting in the business
office of the Standard this evening,
are requested lo be present. The
meeting will start proinptl) at S : 1 5
o'clock and plans for the coming baa
! kc-tball season will be discussed.
The election ot" oficers will be first
I part on th- program and the adoption
jof rules, officials, teams and ocher
I phases of business w ill follow. Each
team will be requested to place a small I
forfeit to Insure the completing of the
The Standard, Utah National Guard,
Ogden Athletic club. Southern Pa
shops.. Weber Alumni and Ogden Hi-':
Alumni are- the- t .un- (hat slll prob
ably be n-pr. seui ! in tb league
Troop 23 Meets !
With forty boys in attendance Troop
23 held an interesting meeting In th
Jfotnth -ward chapel last night. David
A. Steele, chairman of the troop coni
mlttee was present, taking cliarg.- of tht
Investiture. Bert Upton and Leon Spcn
Oer wero Invested with second elas
badges. Francis Tteyla, Orson Bvani in-l
Leonard Kdvalson with tenderfoot badges
'and the Utter enrolled as regular mwn- '
bers of Troop ?3.
Oil Production in
Ended Is Report
WASHINGTON. Dec. TV Produc,
tion of oil in Mexico practically has
loeaeed as the result of degrees pro
mulgated by President Carranza and
Itht general attitude of the Mexican
government toward foreign oil com
panics. Chairman Tayne of the ihip
pins boarl was told today by a dele ,
gation of American oil men", beaded
by F R. Kellogg of New York.
Drilling oT new wells in the Tnmpi
co district, from which comes much of
the world's oil supply, has been pro
hlbiu-d by the Mexican government
the oil men said, and there have been '
difficulties with transportation to
ports for shipment and other n ndi
mm fob if
BUS BEEN MADE
Secretary F. C. Evan- of the- (Vdcn '
livestock show today announce! the
program for the three clays of th? t
stock show in .l.muary. Thursday, f'
January 8, the following program will p'
be conducted ; L
Stock judging, students judging con- j
test, boys' and fjirls' Judglnu- -onfe'
and a wrestling match between two o' L
ihe fastest .rad be. i nnf men In the t"
The program of Friday. January 9,
will include judging of cattle, :, -action ' '
sale of cattle, cowboy dance at iJcrth "
ana. . I
Th final daj of the show will se-p
the entire working corps of officials
busy frota .i.iwn until ihe- w--- small liyt
ot the following day. Judging
ol championship cattle, auction sale
'tie, sheep - nd hogs, and as a l-jj
grand flnalo to the show, a banquet Ijy, ,
for the Visitors and stockmen of Cher lj
parts of the country will be held at ft
the W'- b. r c lub :ner
Entries for the .show are being re- flfe
reived daily and the plans for the 1 ,
th:.. day celebration at the I'nion .
stock yards are fast maturing.
Scouts of Troop 17 fcj
Sixteen boys were invested at m&t
in-.'ing of Troop 17 of the Ogden j
Boj ScoUtSi ;it (jje pjf,h v,-.,r,i chapel piv,
lasl nisht. Short addn ;ses won-made 9t,
!- Scoutmaster l aurel Brown nnd As-
distant Scoutmaster Frank Plnrr?e- Vft)
Second Assistant Scoutmaster lker K.
also spoke. The troop flag, "hich wis fce
ied to the troop mobilizing the
l.i-he.st number nt smuts in the 'ior,' krj
est period, was won h Troop 17 The Wjj
flag was awarde d by Charles Miller. BE
Those who were inves'- d as f ''&' flfg
' Mario ., Hal.ei.-on. R'' V
hind Hansen. Jam--. Morri.-cn. Era-r- mt,
son Hough. Francis Dal bout. f'w'r"
etl Bell, I. . wis M.iian. J.d.-f
The mi,. .I.,-- ionsi-ted -l in
"')-' Fi .-d iJernhart. Allan A
Hal-.-erson. Jcdin Vanderberg. DelniH
Morrison. Arthur Miller. LawrflC
man. (;-orge Van Dyle. DelmarH
Brussard. 1 r
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
ROUND OAK hotel ran" .
practically new. Phono 3Cs7 "' m:
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS JS
XEW Furniture, dishes, cooking uieft
alls to completely furnish a f rJJ &JiJ.
house i iuyt. court. lL.'HfcN
FOR SALE AUTOS , 't
HK SAI Fat ; baru-.in. M.-.xwel! T0i&
tor, t.e-.i. painted and -A('rhaU iw
has starter and lights, muro h
Morris i: Furnice Faint Shop ,JJjfcl
FOR RENTFURNISHED ROOMS-
TUn ,,, ffir ,jEr)t housckeP
with ki;.;hu. tf u, table tor tvi
I54fl AO,,,,,, -Blj
"Tost: . Jfl
BUNCH of key i;. turn to L Iky
Halfbt Phone 251 257S omul .J !