OCR Interpretation


The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, July 30, 1909, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058398/1909-07-30/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

r 4
t THE 5TA1 DAD OQDSIx UTAH F 12ULY30j 1909
l =
f H Ja = CL C > > 1
g The ideal food for school or workshop is
j a S I
i H WHEAT 1 ED I
Crisp delicious shreds of baked wheat I
Try it for breakfast with milk or cream
a
L l J
N a
4 Storehouse of Wealth
I
r
ca Home of Health
r
It often happens that your wife
Is overworked and you dont know
it until she commences to complain
of lost appetite lamo back etc I
and at last gives up and the Doctor
Is called and then you rush out to I
secure help for the same work she
did At last after a rest she re I
covers and you take a personal
pride that you did your part In
having her health restored but
you overlooked the day In and day
out neverending toll of preparing
the meals over the hot coal stove
and overheated kitchen
The nero racking tension and
patience required to carry on this
dojncstlc home service is rarely
comprehended and seldom realized
by his Royal Highness If husbands
had to do the cooking for thirty
days we could not begin to supply
the demand for gas stoves Why
not figure that your wifes health Is
all In all to her and you one years
rest cooking with gas will restore
her former youth and beauty If
you try It you will be overjoyed to
learn that this Is no fairy story
UTAH LIGHT RY CO
D DECKER
Local Manager
I
y
IN SEARCH OF A
GOOD LAUNDRY
rr
I GHtt
k
YOU
HE
RHBRG
E 1 CPN
OTP
ACcO P j
JMHEf ji
Ton will travel far and not find one to
urinal ours for high class work All
1 our customers speak in the highest
manner of the uniform excellence of
our work both in our Laundry and
V Dry Cleaning Department A single
trial is all that is necessary to con
vince you
OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO
ti Expert Launderers and French Drv
Cleaners 437 25th St Phones 174
I
i
I i
I II
I I I
S A 1 r X11 I F
1 IU IIIpltl1 I I
r
or I
i II I
II u d r
i
Il
I
8
I i
t ii SLADE I
I Successor to Allen Transfer Co
J C Slade Lessee I
VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
1 GONS PIANO FURNITURE AND
I SAFE MOVING
I 408 25th St Both Phone 321
H + iH + + t + + +
3 QED Cs FQLEY i
L t has purchased an Interest in 1
± the t
II ATLAS BUffET I 1t
= and this popular resort will hot 3
conducted under the name of
yc BLAIR FOLEY +
+ You can expect i
I c the best service to be had any
t where when GEORGE is tho
o MIXOLOGIST 1
+ 1H + i +
Danderine w ° rkeNOadera 1tprodu
hair just as surely as rain
and eunshtno ralacs crop It produce a thick
growth of luxuriant hair whoa all other rom
dies fall Wo guarantee Danilorlno All drug
date sell lt2So we and 1 per bottle To
proTo its worth Fend this ad with toe In Mamnj
or ellvor and wo rl1ll mall you a largo free
Mmpl0 EMOWLTON DA DIRINP CO
Chicago IU
= <
Ogden Turf Exchange
I Pools Sold on Salt Lake I
Races
OVER VIENNA CAFE
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
r
1
trit L fr hlr
i ° L
Q
i
0
d
J S LEWIS COMPANY
Jewelers and Opticians
ElATE
CLEANING
COo
New and complete machinery
Means
the best work at the moot
reasonable
Price
We clean everything and dye
anything
We go after the good
We return them
All you do Is to phone us
Bell 987K IND 344 1
l 020 ca r Timlin MI mil
If s the
ivcrdalc e
ijjgIti P tenl
i1o lll1Jr
iIhlaft ste
Besi
Y U IP J
In point of goods and
service and for reasonable
cost you will find this I
store
Aiways
Riht
Medicines to give right
results must be right Buy I
medicines here and you
get all the advantages of
care in selecting the drugs
and filling the prescrip
tionno matter hov sim f
ple or complexthat all I
our customers have de R
pended on for so many
years They find us
right50 will you
r lU DRIVER SON
DRUG CO
r
2453 Washington Ave
a
J rn
ElETR C RONS
DO YOU KNOW
Tho Superior Electric Flatiron
Best on Earth Is sold by Snlvoly
S Hcndry Wo also carry an up
to date lino of fans Call and seo
us
Snively Sendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
WANT ADS BRING DIG RESULTS
1
SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
BOTH WILL PLEAD I
GUILTY TOMORROW
Salt Lake July 29 Anxiously will
ing to plead guilty and glad to accept
a five year term In tho state prison
John H Cummings and W 0 Roso
will bo arraigned In Judgo Bowmans
court tomorrow morning at 0 oclock
on tho charge of attempted robbery
Tho charge upon which the two men
will bo arraigned tomorrow will be
the assault upon and attempted holdup
of Cashier D F Sweet of the Pullman
company coiumlllcd In the stairway of
the Commercial club building last Fri
day morning while he was carrying
51COO of tho companys funds
Although Rose and perhaps Cum
mings have been Implicated through
evidence and confessions or have been
suspected of complicity in a dozen
other crimes the most notable of
which are tho holdup of the Utah Hot
Springs the Bamberger depot at Og
don the Japanese noodle restaurant at
Ogden and perhaps the Bingham sa
loon robbery these charges will not
e pressed at the present time mainly
owing to the Inability of some of the
principals to Identify the men
With tho passing of Rose and Cum
mings Into the hands of the court for
punishment for their acknowledged
crime much of the mystery of the lato
crimes In and about Salt Lake and Og
den has been cleared away
Within two hours after tho arrest of
the two men last Friday as tho sus
pects In the Cashier Sweet holdup
Cummings formerly n special agent
and detective on tho Bamberger road
weakened and made his confession
Within another hour or two Rose In
police vernacular clinic through and
admitted his guilt
After that however Rose becamo
tile Sphinx and Cummings who still
protests that the Sweet holdup was
his first offense was the talkative
and as the chum and companion of
Rose for the last eight or ten months
gave much information regarding the
husky athlete who had the nerve to go
on tho mat with Gotch the champion
wrestler
Cummings In his dally Interviews In
the star chamber sessions of the
police department has told much
about Rose According to his general
story ho first became acquainted with
Rose early in theyear while the two
were occupying adjoining rooms In the
Y M C building It was on Juno I
5 however that he first learned that
Roso was living tho life of a desper
ado That was the time of the hold
up and robbery of the Japanese noodle
restaurant In Ogden and Rose had
taken Cummings Intg his confidence
by telling him of the details of tho
holdup Then later Rose had told
Cummings of various other escapades
including a sensational affair In Can
ada and other jobs done in tho Uni
ted States
According to Cummings on July 3
the day before the Bamberger depot
robbery Rose had told him of the plan
for the holdup of tho agent Roso
had said that he had been to Ogden
that day to prepare things and that
one of the things he had accomplished
was to secure the agents revolver and
remove the bullets from the cartrid
ges With this accomplished It was
to he easy sailing since tho agent
would give no resistance Then ac
conjlng to Cummings Rose went to
Ogden the next day tho day of the
robbery and then the following morn
ing returned to his room in the Y 31
C A building
While telling Cummings then that
the Bambergor depot had been held
up and robbed Rose however refused
to admit that he had taken a part in
the affair Still according to Cum
mings Rose displayed a considerable
amount of money and ho thought this
was peculiar when Rose had been
broke for two or three weeks be
fore and had not been working
Cummings also gave as tho story
from Roso the complete detail of the
holdup of the Japanese restaurant In
Ogden Many other tips it is to be
understood were given out by Roso
but the local police handling tho case
find themselves baffled in spite of
the confessions by the fact that
the very men who could Identify the
principals Jn Iho various robberies
are not sure of their men now
While the government authorities
are still on the trail with tho expecta
tion of connecting at least Rose with
the Utah Hot Springs robbery the
two men will some up tomorrow and
take their chance on the plea of guilty
to the attempt to rob Cashier D F
Sweet
That Rose and Cummings did not
hesitate to stoop to the petty even
while taking the chance on tho dar
ing was brought to light today on tho
return to P E McGurrin of a safely
box stolen from his offices some time
ago After the arrest of tho two men
and in the search of their rooms at
the Y M C A building the box was
found in the room occupied by Cum
mings The box contained nothing
but cancelled bank checks and papers
of no value except to Mr McGurrin
The supposition is that Cummings
and Rose while working as solicitors
for a morning newspaper had entered
the office and seeing the chance had
sneaked the box thinking it contained
valuables
COTS AND TENTS READY
FOR THE G A R CAMP
Salt Lake July WThc work ol
Utahs congressional delegation has
borne fruit and as a result 5000 cots
and 2000 tents have arrived In this
city for the use of the veterans of
the G A R who will attend the forty
third encampment to be held In this
city next month The cots and shot
tors were furnished from the ram
quartermaster depots at St Louis and
San Francisco A meeting of the ex
ecutive committee Is being held to
tiny to decide upon the distribution
of the tents and cots
Col Sterrett has recommended that
the tents be pitched in Liberty parlor
rather than on the lawns of private
residences A bond of 2000 has
been given by the committee for the
safe return of the army property and I
every diligence possible will be used
In taking proper cure of it I
The Oregon Short Line has glvon
out its first schedule of the arrival ofl
special trains bearing detachments of I
the veterans arriving for the encamp
1
ment The first special train to ar
rive in this city for tho big encamp
ment will start from Marietta 0 aL
l Ol a m on the morning of Aiigtift
G and will arrive in Salt Lake City
at S oclock In the evening of August
7 two days before the commencement
of the encampment This train will
carry members of the department of
Ohio G A R Womens Relief corps
and Ladles of the G A R and will
travel from Chicago via the Harrl
man lines The department command
er will leave Marietta and at Cincin
nati his part will be joined by the
president of tho W R C and their
delegates and friends General J Kent
Hamilton national senior vice com
mander of the G A RJ Mrs Anna
Howo national senior vice president
W R C and party from Toledo
The special train of the Pennsylva
nia delegates arrival not yet fixed
Baltimore Md special car 820 a m
Aug 9 South Bend Ind special
car arrive S20 a m Aug 9 special
train from Nebraska arrives 820 a
m Aug 9 special train from Michi
gan arrives 755 p m Aug S spe
cial train from Minnesota arrives 1145
Aug 0 special train from Massachu
setts arrives G a m Aug 9 com
mandcrinchlef and staff of G A R
arrives In private car 510 p m
Aug 7 Maine New Hampshire and
Vermont special car arrives S20 a
m Aug S Olean N Y special car
arrives 820 a m Aug 9 Rhode
Island special car arrives 745 a m
Aug 9 special train from Kansas ar
rives 10 a m Aug 9 special car
from Connecticut arrives 820 a m
Aug 9
Already four cities have entered tho
lists for securing the next annual en
campment of the G A R Repre
sentatives of these cities aro active
in their afforts to land the encamp
ment for next year deslpto the an
nouncement said to have been given
out that after the Salt Lake encamp
ment none would be held outside of
Washington D C
A feature of interest to visitors at
the encampment will be tho mainten
ance by the Utah department at 10
West Second South street of a regis
tration department where all veter
ans visiting tho city may register In a
book kept for that purpose The
names will bo arranged alphabetically
according to states so that veterans
looking for comrades from other states
will have little difficulty In locating
them
WRESTLE WITH TAX LEVY
Provo July 0The greater part
of last evenings council session was
devoted to the discussion of the tax
levy for this year The committee on
finance presented a statement esti
mating the citjs expenses for the en
suing year at 01500 Of this amount
the committee estimated that 15000
would be raised by license pox tax
etc and the balance of 49500 would
have to be collected by property tax
In the estimate of licenses saloon li
censes which now bring in a revenue
of 4600 a year were Includedtho
committee being of the belief that
there would be no saloone Hxences
next year
Time list of necessary expenditures
in each department would demand a
20mill tax This is an advance of 3
mills over the tax of last year and tho
members hesitated to make this in
crease The matter was therefore re
ferred back to the committee with a
view to make a thorough investiga
tion of the possibility of reductions
and report again tonight
Joseph B Keller J R Murdoclc J
W Robinson and Clarence Jarvis ap
peared before the council In behalf of
the Provo Reservoir company and
asked for a Hpht of way over tho
citys pipe line In Provo canyon Re
erred to the committee on water
works the citys engineer and city at
torney with pow rjjo act j
The firemen invited the council to
accompany them to the state firemens
ouling August 4 The invitation was
accepted
Fire Chief Armitstcad suggested
that a fireman be detailed to attend
the electric theaters on Saturday aft
ernoon and evening Referred to tho
committee on fire department with
instructions to also report on the mat
ter Of firemen attending entertain
nieiiUi at the opora house with refer
ence to paYingthe firemen
J CHRISTIANSEN ENTERS
PLEA OF NOT GUILTY
Salt Lake July JACter a delay of
months James Christiansen former
treasurer of the state of Utah was
formally arraigned before Judge Bow
man this morning on two charges of
embezzlement the total amount ol
state funds allged lo have been mis
appropriated being 7002894 A plea
of nol guilty was entered In nnswcv
to both complaints and the defendant
waiving preliminary examination was
bound over lo the district court for
trial Ills present bonds of 5000 un
der each charge were allowed lo
stand
Tho proceedings of this morning
were purely formal and although the
defendant Mr Christiansen stood in
tho doorway of the court room ho
look no part in thc action He was
represented by his attorney S A
King who when the case was called
waived the reading of the complaint
entered a plea of not guilty and then
waived the preliminary hearing
SUICIDE AT BINGHAM
Takes Gun Belonging to Guest at Ho
tel and Shoot Himself
Bingham July 9John Ingo a
Finn resident of this camp 25 years
of age single committed suicide here
today by shooting The act was com
mitted on the embankment In the rear
of the Dahlstrom boarding and room
ing house in Carr Fork the suicide
having boon a lodger at this house
for the past five years
Ingo evidently not having a gun of
his own had taken one a G2caliber
revolver from the room of another of
Will water harm it
No Then Ivory
Soap will not
That is the safe rule
for the best cleansing of
everything that is wash
able
I It applies to the
I
hands face and body
I
to fine furniture laces
I embroidered articles
curtains and a hundred
other things
Ivory Soap
99 4 i Per Cent Pure
thp guests of tho house He then went
out in tho backyard put the gun be
tween his teeth pulled the trigger
and passed Into tho sleep which knows
no awakening The body was found
at about 3 oclock in the afternoon by
W E Pendleton a lineman for the
Boll Telephone company who was do
Ing some work in that neighborhood
Pendleton at once notified the authori
ties and Dr F E Straup city phy
sician was soOn at the scene He
examined the wound and found that
the bullet had passed through tho back
of the mouth and lodged in the base of
the brain causing no doubt iiislanl
death
Ingo was well and popularly known
and no other cause than desponden
cy over continued 111 health can be
assigned for his rash act
GOOD DETECTIVES
ARRIVE IN ZION
ThiefCatchers From the Large De
tective Agencies Make Appearance
Salt Lake July lOThat the crim
inal clement which always flocks lo
places where there arc crowds will
meet with a warm reception If they
invade Salt Lake during the Grand I
Army week is certain The Alaska
YukonPacific exposition has attracted
hordes of thieves and pickpockets to
the city of Seattle and this clement
Mil soon begin to move cast and the I
great crowd which will attend the en
campment in Salt Lake is sure to
cause an influx of this lawless ele
ment
The police department which has
been Increased In the number of pa
trolmen has also had the efficiency of
the department Increased by men from
tho great detective agencies of the
country Pinkertons and Thlcls In
particular Already there Is a force
of twentyfive of the experts from
those agencies in Salt Lake on the
lookout for the more noted criminals
who may come hero within the next
two weeks These secret service men
are from the picked forces of the de
tective agencies who know the crim
inal element of the country This force
will be Increased during the next few
daj s
In addition to this force of detectives
there are several men here from tho
secret service of the federal govern
ment who will lend their aid to the
Pinkerlons Thiels and local forces In
running down thugs and thieves should
they make appearance in Zion
The police department is also ad
vised that with the state delegation
from a number of the sLates will be
officers of the detective forces in the
larger cities of theIr sLates
TAFT DEFINES
filS POSITION
Washington July 2A Idler from
President Taft to the tariff confer
ence oullining hla poslUon on the
items which sllll are in doubt has I
created a considerable sensation
among tho conferees The exact terms I
of the letter have not been given but
but it is regarded as an ultimatum
I from him and Is interpreted as monii
Ing that if his terms aro not complied
with ho will veto the bill when It
reaches him
After giving the figures which he is
willing to concede on lumber gloves
hosiery leather and leather goods ho
states In the leller that ho has given
much consideration to the subject and
has reached the conclusion that It
would be quite unwise If not impos
sible to make further concessions He
says that If his terms are accepted
he will exert his Influence in bolh
houses of congress to have the con
ference report accepted but that If
these various schedules nice not ad
justed in accordance with his sugges
tions he would feel called upon to re
ject tho bill when sent to him
The deadlock over these provisions
has brought to the surface the fact
that there is a very sharp difference
of opinion between tho President and
Speaker Cannon The speaker lias I
been reprosented to the President as
saying that if the bill did not take
proper caro of gloves no rule for tho
adoption of tho conferenco report
could be favorably acted upon by the
house The President understood per
fectly that ho was directly antagonis
tic to the speaker when ho wrote his
letter to the conferees
When at 3255 p m the conference
took a recess until li30 the deadlock
had not been broken
It was announced that the lumber
rate was settled yesterday and that
so far as the conferees were concern
ed had not been changed Tho mat
ter has been talked over with a Hum
or of western senators who It was
stated are holding out very strongly
for tho high rates The conferees also
talked over the question of whether
I they would have lo adopt the Presi
dents program and it all depended on
whether or not they would be able to
get It through either or both houses
In the event that the glove schedule
Is finally settled to tho satisfaction
of lie President the impression pro
walls that a complete agreement on
lie other schedules is dispute will h
speedily reached and that the report
may be ready for bubmlsslon to the
house tomorrow
JOHN liEYDLER TO
f i n rjprirvi F TTif T IT i ni
SUCCEED PUiLlAl
Xew York July 29John A Iieyd
ler secretary and treasurer of the
National League of professional base
ball clubs will arrive in New York
and assumo charge of the business af
fairs of the league tomorrow A tel
egram notifying Mr Ileydler of the
tragic death of President Harry Clay
Pulliam who died this morning after
shooting himself through the head
last night was handed to him while
he was en route from Alexandria Bay
to Montreal by boat today
Mr Ileydler tolegraped friends say
ing that he would start for New York
Immediately With H W Cain of
NashUlIc Tenn brotber in law of
Mr Pulliam who Is also expected to
arrive tomorrow Mr Heydler will
complete the funeral arrangements
President Pulllams last official act
before firing the bullet that ended his
life was to direct a circular letter to
club presidents of the league notify
ing them that the limo for keeping
park flags al half mast was a token
of respect to tho memory of Presi
dent Geo B Dovey of tho Boston
club and President 1 W Durham of
Jladelphia who died recently ex
pired yesterday
11 r lloydlor will arrange for the
election of a successor to President
Pulliam The belief scorns to be gen
Y
S S PURELY
v VEGETABI
A rsi
The absolute vegetable purity of S S S has always boon one of tho
strongest points in its favor and Is one of the principal reasons why It Is
tho most widely known and universally used of all blood medicines A
great many of tho socalled blood purifiers are really nothing moro than
strong mineral mixtures which act so unpleasantly and disastrously on
the delicate membranes and tissues of the stomach and bowels that ovon
If such treatment purified tho blood tho condition in which tho dlgcstlvo
system is loft would often bo moro damaging to tho health than tho original
trouble Not so with S S Sit is tho greatest of all blood purifiers and
at the snmo time is an absolutely safe and harmless remedy It is made
entirely of tho healing and cleansing extracts and julcos of roots herbs
and barks each of which Is in dally use in como form by physicians In
their practice Years of work and research havo provon S S S to contain
everything necessary to purify tho blood and at tho same timo supply tho
system with tho purest and best tonic effects S S S euros Rheumatism
Oatarrh Soros and TJlcors Skin Diseases Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison
and all other blood troubles andit loaves the systom in perfect condition
when it has puriflod tho blood Book containing much valuable Informa
tion on tho blood and any medical advice dosirod sent froo to all who write rJ
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
J rj h Pj < lic h W ra I
Oh Joy Oh Jy Oh Joy
t = tJ4rn 6IG JI > LT
THE STREET CARS ARE RUNNING RIGHT TO THE
HERMITAGE DOOR
nnd an ideal spot to spend your summer vnl ationa homelike
and comfortable hotel with all the modern improvements
FINE MOUNTAIN SCENERY
Rest and comfort prime factors in ones vacation Leave >
your best clothes and etiquette at home take the first i
CANYON CAR
S
GET OFF AT THE HERMITAGE AND MADSON AND
WILSON WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE WELL
TAKEN CARE OF 10
1E > W + l > 4 I
eral that Hoydler will bo chosen prac
tically without opposition
P T Powers president of the East
ern league and for more than a score
of years a personal friends of Mr
Pulliam said today he had known for
the past four years thai Pulliam was
brooding dangerously over some Iron
hIe
II always seemed to me said Mr
Powers that It was some deep per
sonal trouble that bothered him Billy
Murphy and 1 used lo go and gel him
when he had one of these brooding
moods and take him to a matinee or
sailing He always was a square man
Of course as a baseball executive he
naturally made enemies In backing up
umpires because that cannot be help
ed but he would stand behind Ills um
pires through thick and thin He took
baseball mailers too seriously 1
think
Helena Mont July 2JA dispatch
recePxcd here tonight from Lake Ho
tel Yellowstone Park Wyo stales
that August Herrmann or Garry Herr
mann as he Is familiarly known presi
dent of the baseball commission who
has been touring the park did not
hear of the death ol President Harri
C Pulliam president of the National
league until this evening He was
Informed of the event by a party of
Clnclnnallans who arrived at the ho
tel Upon hearing the news Mr Herr
mann said
The news comes as a great shock
to me Mr Pulliam said after iris <
leave of absence early this year that
he had fully recovered his former good
health and I had no reason to believe
otherwise I had been in communica
tion with him and until further de 1
tails are obtained I can bolleve only j
that the sad act was ono of sudden
Impulse
DANISH MISSIONARY
I
ATTACKED BY HOLDUPS
I
Chicago July 2Re H P Berch
I Danish missionary while on his way
to the camp meeting at Dcsplaines last
night was a victim of two highway
men who attacked him In the North
western depot and robbed him of a
wallet containing 58 and a check for
38 Mr Borgh reported the case to
the police but detectives sent to In
vestigate mado no arrest
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
S
Everyone Transacting A Business
and evcijone who receives and pays out any considerable amount
of money should have a checking account Paving by check ha <
many advantages over paying In currency among which are t > c
i curllj convenience saving of time and expense
We cordially Invite join account subject lo check
i COMMfRGIAL t
NATIONAL Capital C 10000030
i
Surplus Profits57500000
BANK
OGDEr UTAH
I
v > r t io VI n f J > rIoI
I
I
OGDEN T E i I >
STATE BANH UTAH NATIONAL r
OGDEN UTAH I
BANK
H C Blgelow President
OF OGDEN UTAH
I UL4L I 1
J M Browning VicePresident I
A P BigelowCashier
J E Halvorson AsslclanL Cashier OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
DIRECTORS
H C Blgelow John K Spiers G
L Becker J N Spargo L P Blge
low J M Browning I A Parmley J E Dooly President
E L Van Meter A P Bigelow
Horace E Peery Vice Pres i
Harold J Peery VicePres
r Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V McIntosh Ast Cashier
NowA
i
IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR U S DEPOSITARY
S raw Berries FIRST NATIONAL
YOU WILL FIND ALL KINDS OF
RANK
Fruits and Fruit Jars
AT OF OGDEN UTAH
CARVERS GROCERY I Capital and Undivided Profits
27500000
I
The SEALFAST Fruit Jar Is a per
fect Jar having a patent sealing David Eccles Pres
fixture that fastens Instantly with
G H Tribe VicePros
but one motion of the hand The
John Watson Vice Pres
jar Is mado entirely of glass and
M S Browning VlcePrea
is perfectly sanitary
11 John Plngree Cashier
We also the the
carry economy
Jas F Burton Asst Cashier
Mason and the Schram Jars
J0 So Carver S SansI =
c8 i r Fox the Foxy Hatter
CCer I
I is now with us
2354 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Get your old hat made new
I Panamas a special t y
IYvTr + GJ
r H I We also do French Dry
r BROOM RESTAURANT Cleaning and Dyeing I
CLEANING
REMOVED TO VIENNA THE HUB
DYEING WORKS
CAFE I
322 25th SL j Main Office 2279 WaS t five
Meals game prlco as Broom Res hid Phone 3795A 1
taurant Spcclil Dinner 25c 1 t f
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m I
Dinner from 4 to S p m I
I
LEE FOON TOM Managers
RESULTS
N aS = WANT ADS BRING BIG RLSh
1
l
w j

xml | txt