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e THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 18 1910
Everyone
knows that our cut prices mean
t and that it is simply
a waste of money to ignore our
offerings
Think of buying our splen
I did mens emits and overcoats
that arc cheap at 25 30 and
35 for 18 Its time to an
ticipate your wants and stock
np
The goods are going fast at
present prices
FRED M NYE
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2413 Wash Ave
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BOTH PHONES 323
ADVANCED VAUDEVILE
J HND HY 1 R
And Company of Ton Offering Tho
Devil nnd Tom Walker a Fan
+ tastic Musical Travesty
BEN WELCH
pal In Original nnd Much Imitated Ital
ian and Hebrew Characters
THE MISSES DAGWELL
Historical Cycle of Songs
VITTORIA GIORGETTA
European Equilibrists
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Monroe Lola
HOPKINS AXTELL
In Their Unique Offering Trolley
Troubles
KRAMER ROSS
Those Eccentric Singers and
Dancers
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES
LATEST NOVELTIES
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
PRICESNight 50c 2Sc lOc Mat
nee 25c luc 1lc
Thcroa no place like home except
ing the Orpheum
L
January Sale
of Under
Muslins
PRICES TO FIT EVERY
POCKETBOOK
35o drawers 25c
5Dc drawers 35c
65c corset covers 60c
100 skirts or gowns 75c
250 combination suits195
500 skirts or gowns 535Q
Dozens of others at like rep
ducllons
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I I The ffl ffl Wykes Co
2336 WASHINGTON AVE
i RANDoMl
I jRftRNcSj
I Dnnco with tho Woodmen of tho I
World Thursday Jan 20th at the
Royal BOc a couplo extra lady 25c
Tea PostponedOn account of the
I death of Mr Hlnloy the tea to have
been given by Mrs J W Abbott has
J been postponed
1 Our B G Butter is always uni
form
I 1
Sued for BaGIn the civil division
of the municipal court this morning
Edward McGulre commenced an act
Ion against Samuel Green to recov
er 3SO alleged to he due on a loan
f The Virginia choice rooms for
rent
I
Testing Big Engine Superintend
I ent W M Jeffors made atrip to
Evanston Wyoming n dar on a
I freight train for the purpose of test
o ing a huge engine the Union Pacific
I people contemplate putting on the lino
t regularly between Ogden and Evan
i ston
jl W O W dance at tho Royal Thurs
i dny Jan 20th Dont miss IL 60c a
conple extra lady 2fic
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Will LectureA T Mltchelsou of
the engineering department of the for
estry service left Ogden this morn
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Jt JlAaMt g
I I 9r e sism Globe
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Every child In Ogden should BOO the
beautiful picture at the GLOBE
A TRAP FOR BANTA CLAUS
THE PUZZLE PICTURES at the
GLOBE are both Interesting and I
amusing
They are great fun for the children
t Dent miss them
You good pooplo who like to see
I pictures thatll make you laugh
I should not fall to see t
II I THE OLD MAIDS VALENTINE
CAPTURING THE NORTH POLE
I 1
MiSS MONEYBAGS WANTS TO
WED
WHY THEY MARRIED I
I and
Hear Mr Bneddon stag
J I Come right in sit right down mako
I yourself at home One hour of good
S recreation In any ono of our houses
Wo like to pleaso tho public There
i I fore you ran always spend a pleas
ant hour with us
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7 Ing for Logan whero ho will locture
I to ibo students of the midwinter for
est school on Improvement work
Te subject will embrace all kinds
of Improvement that should be In
augurated cm the forests such as
road building the Increasing of water
supply telephone construction the
making of trails building of houses
and corrals etc
The best of food prepared by a first
class chof Charles Cafeteria
Down With Pneumonia Alex Pat
terson of Roy IK confined to his belt
with pneumonia at the home of his
brother Adam Patterson on Jefferson
I
avenue
Woodmen of the World will give a
social dance at the Royal Dancing
academy Thursday Jan 20th DOc a
couple extra lady 25c
Jim Jeffries ComingE McCul
lough representing the JcffrlosGotch
pany arrived In Ogden this morning
and arranged for the champion and
his stars In vaudeville to appear here
next Monday evening In the party
are John Hcrmanson bag puncher
Tack McCormlok wrestler Sam Dor
gor tralnor James Jeffries and
Wrestler Cotcb From bore they go
to Pocatollo on their way to the
Northwest
Government Inspected moat and
pure food only at Charles Cafeteria
Reception at St Josephs Father
Cusbnahan will hold a reception In the
hall of SL Josephs church on Thurs
daji evening beginning at S oclock
Ho has Invited the entire parish to bo
his guests Including all his friends in
and out of the church
COAL Call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and alack Parker
Coal Co
Veterans Meet Tho Veterans of
tho Black Hawk Indian war met this
morning with the commissioners who
are considering tho claims of the vet
erans for pensions
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Coal call up Parker Co tor
rates on lump nut and slack
Christian Science Tho Christian
Science Wednesday evening meeting
will ho held in the city council cham
bers this week
PEACOCKThe best Rock Springs
on the market Phone 27 John
Farr U
Marriage LccenseTho count
clerk today issued a marriage license
to Fred RoblBon and LIllie White
Dr Forbes has resumed practice
400 Eccles Building usual office hours
He IB Celebrating Georgo Brown
for years janitor of the Episcopal
church Is celebrating his 77th birth
day He was horn in London on Jan
IS 3833 and came to Ogden in 18C3
MODERN WOODMEN ATTEN
TION
All members of the Modorn Wood
men together with visiting members
are earnestly requested to be present
Tuesday evening Jan 18th at which
time the Salt Lake degree team and
officers will visit the Ogden camp
for the purpose of exemplifying the
vrork The Huntsvllle lodge will also
attend lit a body Good time assured
All come
1 H SHAFER Clerk
P A FARRIS Consul
DIES FROM
KICK OF A I
I
HORSE
Xephi Heber Manning a highly re
spected young man of North Ogden
died this morning at the Ogden Gen
eral hospital from the effects of a
kick from a horse inflicted a few dn s
ago
He Is a son of Wm H Manning
and Emma Hudman of Slatervillc
this county and was born there July
25 1887 He was baptised July 23
1805 by Wm H Manning and con
firmed by Steen L Perry lie re
ceived his education In the county
schools and the Weher Academy He
was ordained an older October 10
1908 by S A Blair and November 4
1908 was married In tho Salt lake
temple to Florence E Barker daugh
ter of Newman H Barker He bought
property and located in North Og
den whore his exemplary life and de
votion to duty had made him many
friends all of whom with his wife
anti twomonthsold babe will feel his
lose
Fiinoral service will be held at 2
p m Thursday at North Ogden
meeting house
ADVENTISTS DENIED USE I
OF Y M C A HALL
St Joseph Mo Jan 18 Delegates
to the conference of the Soven Day
Adventists of wutern states have been
refused the Young Mens Christian as
sociation hAll for a Lecture 01 the Sun
day Blue Laws A conference IB n
session In the Y M C A building
When it was suggested give a lec
ture upholding Saturday as the Sab
bath nnd denouncing the Blue laws
of the land trouble resulted
A resolution has been adopted ry
the conference and forwarded to
Washington protesting against the
proposed Sunday lawa In tho District
of Columbia
CANADA ENTERS TRUST
WATCHING IN EARNEST
Ottawa OnL Jan IS Canada
soon will he veil launched In tho
trust watching business with W B
Mackenzie King the minister of la
bor as chief watcher Tie is a grand I
son of William Lvon Mackonzlo the
Canadian patriot Also he Is a Har
vard man and a warm personal
friend of Colonel Roosevelt
His nomination will ho presented to
the house with the full support of the
Laurier ministry The law under
which he will servo provides for tho
Investigation of trusts combines and
monopolies which oppress the con
sumer
BABY BLISS SENT TO THE
ASYLUM HOPELESSLY INSANE
Poorla 111 Jan 18 Leonard Bliss
totter known as Baby Blls at one
time supposed to 00 tho largest man
n the United States was brought
from his homo In BloominGton last
night to the Peoria hospital at South
Bartonvflle hopelessly Insane Bliss
weighed 525 pounds During the bi
cycle craze ho rode a wheel ovor
the United States
nod Europe as a
demonstrator He is 37 years old
ONE MORE DEATH I
< fROM THE WRECK
A S Hinley Engineer on Passenger Train No6 in Collision With
a Freight Train at Lomay Dies at Ogden General Hospital
Committee to Fix Responsibility for the Disaster
Alfred Stewart Illnlcy who riled at
the Ogden General hospital at 10 o
clock last evening from injuries re
ceived in the Southern Pacific wreck
at lyemaj made the fourth death
caused b > the disaster
Mr Hinley was born In Monrcal
Canada August 31 1810 coming to
O den In ISfifi where he has lived
ever since with tho exception of a
few years spent lu Terrace Utah
He had been employed by tho
Southern Pacific company for thirty
six years first no machinist at Ter
race returning to Ogdon with ho
moving of tho machine shops o
man years he has been employed as
engineer and won the reputation of
belug the oldest best and most care
ful on the Southern Pacific being
Invariably called to make any special
or dangerous run
In 1SSI he was married to Emma J
Sadler In the Church of the Good
Shepherd of Ogden at which place
his funeral services will be held
In his long service Mr Hinley was
never In any way the cause of a
wreck though he had boon In some
of tho biggest and most disastrous
Though ho was a man who would
never leave his engine but Insisted
on staying at the throttle heretofor
he had Invariably escaped Injury And
tho last thing ho did before his fatal
injury on the illfated train was to
throw on the emergency brake to Its
full capacity proving how strong was
his sense of duty at the very last
Tho deceased has been a member
of tho Episcopal church since he was
twelve years old having been brought
up in the faith He had no bad hab
its never using liquor and lived a
good Christian life
Tho funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon at the Church of
the Good Shepherd Rov Fleetwood
preaching the sermon after which
the Masons will have charge of the
body which will be interred In Moun
tain View cemetery
Besides being a member of the Ma
sonic order Mr Hlnloy was a mem
ber of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers I
He leaves a wife and five
children to mourn his un
timely death The children are
Mrs Karl C Richardson George A
Herbert W Mary E and Alfred S i
Jr Bepidqs his immediate family
the deceased was the last of the old
er family of that name and has no
relatives whatever except a step
brother who lives in Africa
The physicians In attendance upon
George Brldenbecker it is under
stood nay that his leg will have to be
amputated and there Is some uneasi
ness as to his being able to stand ho
shock
The survivors of yesterdays wreck
on the Southern Pacific are getting
along very well and unless unforscen
complications set in there will be no
further fatalities
Funeral services for R A Kroll
the brakeman who lost bin life In the
Lemay railroad wreck of yesterday
morning ylll be held at Richeys
chapel tomorrow afternoon at three
oclock The mother of the deceased
resides in Minnesota and she has been
wired the sad news of the death of
her son It is not expected however
that the mother will come to the fu
neral Mr Kroll Is survived by a
young wife at 2657 Lincoln avenue
The funeral for Clyde Rixlcr will
be held at the Episcopal church
Thursday afternoonthe hour not
having been decided uponunder the
auspices of the local Masonic order
of which the deceased was a mem
ber The mother of the deceased has
been advised of the death of her
son but It is not known whother she
will reach the city In time to attend
the funeral Ills home was in Colo
rado
The home of Mrs J P Reardon
173 Thirtieth st reetIii today over
shadowed with deep gloom The death
of her husband In tile awful wreck
at Lemay yesterday brought a sad
ness to the home that can hardly be
withstood
The body of Mr Reardon will bo
removed from the undertaking parlors
to the home tomorrow where it will
lie In state until the time of the fu
neral which likely will he held
Thursday afternoon The time of the
funeral cannot he definitely fixed
though at this time because word
from a sister who resides in Indiana
and who Is expected to attend the
services has not been received
Mr Reardon was born In London
17 years ago and came to America
when only t en years of age Ho came
to Ogden 23 years ago since which
time ho has been railroading He Is
survived bj a wlfo two daughters
Mrs C J Slier nnd Moda Rcnrdon
and four sons W T Reardon J E
Reardon George Rcardon and James
Reardon all of whom live in Ogden
The funeral services will be hold at
St Josephs church
There Is nothing new regarding the
Lemay disaster of yesterday at the
railroad offices of the Union depot to
day No new facts have boon discov
ored the officials say and the matter
of placing tho responsibility for the
wreck will have to be left to tho In
vestigating committee to meet at an II
early ante
General Superintendent r M Davis
I of the Oregon Short Line and Super I
intendent 13 C Manson of the South
ern Pacific woro In conference this
forenoon In Mr Mansons office ar
rant dng for a thorough and complete
Investigation Neither of the gentle
men had anything to say about tho
wreck except that there were no ad I
ditional facts to bo recorded
Other officials at tho depot stated t
that the Investigation will cover every I
phase of the matter and that as soon I
as a conclusion as to who was re
sponsible for the accident can be ar
rived at the public will be informed
EXPERIENCES IN THE WRECK
I I won asleep In the smoker the
fourth car back from tho engine when
the crash came said W R Dennis
a prominent sheepman of Heber Utah
on Monday night Was curled up In
a seat when the air brakes went on
and tho Jerk throw mo forward to tho
floor I picked myself up and was
Just getting Into the seat again when
the engines hit It seemed to be
about ten seconds Tho jolt throw mo
to the floor again and when I tried
to gain my foot again tho bouncing
up and down of the smokor on Its I
springs threw me down again Final
ly I got to my feet and left the car to
see what was up
Tho smoker had not left the rails
and all the cars behind us were also
all right The three cars ahead wore
all over on their sides off to one side
of the track the baggage and two mall
cars Tho trucks of the engine and
all tho wrecked passenger car trucks
were piled In a heap on tho other side
of the track The passenger cnglno
was knocked nearly to pieces while
the freight engine was standing on
Its nose with the cab about twenty
five feet up In tho air tho engine boll
or being at about an angle of 45 de
grees
Out of the cab window hung the
body of the dead engineer His neck
we found later was broken probably
because the shock threw him back
against the cab so that the edge of
the window hit him just under the
ear A pathetic thing was that his
own son was ono of the brakemen on
the passenger train that caused his
death The son found his father
hanging there
The tender of the freight engine
had been knocked entirely over tho
first coal car of the freight train and
was on top of the second car The
trucks of both freight engine and len
der were jammed back under the tilt
ed up boiler
The fireman of the freight Brid
cnbecker would have boon all right
probably if he had stayed In his cab
the very place where tho engineer was
killed Instantly I r The fireman Jumped
through that window twentyfive feet
up In tho air and landed on the frozen
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ground The Impact broke his anklo I
and threw him forward so that his
head hit a rail and tore the skin from
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one side of his fnco He may be In
jured Internally It is too soon to tell
certainly one way or the other
The freight bfakoman Kroll was
down between two steel coal cars way
at the rear of the train fixing some
thing apparently The freight was
fully hall a mile long and so far as
I could see every drawhead was stove
in jamming each steel car flat end
toend tight against the one behind
IL The brakeman was only one car
from the caboose and his body was
smashed flat between the two cars
He was not over an Inch thick crush
ed to a pulp and probably never knew
what hit him
The fireman hurt on the passen I
ger BIxler was scalded We found I
him over near that pile of trucks I
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spoke ofwhore he had rolled and wrlg I
Fled in his pain He was out of hid I
head part of the time and died about
five minutes after we got him fixed up
I have had some experience helping
the doctor In Hehcr so helped take
care of him We had to cut his cloth
Ing off of him and all the head and
breast was cooked by the hot water
or tam Part of his hair came off
and there woro scalds In rings around
his legs like bands After we had his
wounds dressed tho doctor whispered
to me that he was dying BO I walked
away
awayTho railroad men did everything
they could both these In tho wreck
and those who came on the relief
train They passed blank through
the train oh the way to Ogden and
asked each of us to write out our ac
count of the wreck If we wore hurt
in any way and If not to say so on
the blank 1 was not hurt at all and
said EO They did everything there
was to be dotter and so did the pasaen
gels Everybody did but most of
us could not do much We picked
I up the wounded fixed their hurts at
tended to the dead put thorn on the
train and carne on to Ogden
The switch that was left open was
the kind that has a handle down near
tho ground and was on the left side
of the main track For half a mile
back the engineer leaning out of his
1111 cam h9 p 1 tIfu
WRGHTS CLOTHING STORE
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theyre taking them
suits for men and young men
snappy HD
old styles HDa
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choice of ment suits in
you may have your any young mens
the store at 9075
and mens suits worth up to 20 for 975
and overcoats worth up to 20 at 975
oVatsRor UGo i TP 9
WRIGHTS9
II Ifi IIQgl IW
cab could not see It around the front
of his engine He whistled four times
I for the clear signal and got the
board The agent in tho station
I house showed a clear track so ho
hummed right along and did not put
I on the air till he hit the switch and
know he was on the wrong track with
the freight waiting for him head on
The passenger brakoman was stand
Ing on the front steps of the smokor
with his lantern looking out ahead to
see If the signal was 0 K It was
and ho was just coming back up tht
step whon tho car hit the switch
The jerk threw his light and cap twen
ty feet out from the car and tossed
him up on the platform How it hap
pened ho did not know as he was
knocked senseless for a momonL
Looks like naturally he would have
gone tho same way the lanteru nnd
his hut did
The people in the Pullmans were
awakened of course but not shaken
up much as they had plenty of space
to stop in because the throe cars
ahead of the smoker sort of doubled
up crossways of the track but off In
one side The second car was lifted
bodily over the parallel tracks The
were of steel while the smoker wan
of wood and If those three cars had
not gone out of our way those Pull
mans behind us would have telescop
ed the wooden smoker and killed ev
ery man In It
All said and done it was a pretty
lucky accident The way we hit was
enough to have wrecked the whole
train and killed a lot more than it
did We got out fortunately with only
four dead It looked for a moment as
if it were thirty And the man farth
est from the wreck way oft there half
a mile at the end of the freight train
was hurt the most while one of tho
men on tho passenger engine escaped
alive It seems just a matter of luck
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who got hurt and who didnt
LECTURE BY
TilE POLICE
TilEJUD6E
JUDfiE
With the exception of sending a
lonely beggar to Jail there was prac
tically nothing done In the Municipal
court this morning Tho man charged
with mendicancy was Frank Sullivan
He pleaded guilty and scorned to he
rather thankful that the Judge had
sent him to a place where he could
eat and sleep without price or mo
lestation He was sentenced to ten
days In tho city bastilc
Do you think you can Induce the
city attorney lo attend an occasional
session of the city court Inquired
Judge Murphy of Clerk Fulton this
morning when the carfo of tho City
vs Mike Phillips charged with leav
ing a team untied carne up < If you
can I wish you would do so I do not
care to hear theso cases unless the
city can he represented by counsel
I have done It In the past but do not
care to continue the practice Con
tinue the case until tho attorney can
be here
J A Olson was charged with the
samo offense Olsen was released on
his own recognizance and Phillips Is
being hold under a 5 bond
John Erickson of Rlvordnlo charted
with disturbing the peace at that lit
tle village December 21 did not ap
pear for trial this morning and his
ball of 10 was declared forfeited
Tho complaint alleges that John dis
turbed a dancing party at Rlverdnlo
Christmas ovo
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6EO DAVIS
LOCATES IN
ZON
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Geo H Davis soninlaw of David
Eccle and prominent In local affairs
has decided to move to Salt Lake
for the purpose of entering a law
firm lu that city He has been con
nected with the local law firm qf
Richard Boyd
Mr Davis Is a graduate of Col
umbia with a law training at Har
vard and therefore has the founda
tion on which to build succnss
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AFFECTiON
LOVE AND A
DOLLAR
The following real estate transfers
were placed on record in the record i
ers office today
Wm S Parker to Lydia Alice Par
ker part lot 4 block 4 Ogden City I
survey Consideration love and affec
tlonThos
rhos E Wiggins to Caroline A
Wiggins part lot 4 block 39 plat I
A Ogden City surver100 T I
John Affleck to Phillip Payne part
lots 2 and 3 block 67 plat C Ogden
City survey200
Pllra J Poulsen BIngham to John
P Jones part northeast quarter sec
tion 17 township G north of range 1
cast oi the Salt Lake meridian U S
survey 1400
Carson P Crane and wife to Her
man Hell part lot 4 block 39 plat
C Ogden City sUTcrl35
Arthur A Bifichof to William 0
Martin lots 1G H3 17 IS 10 20 block
1 LInck and Griffins First addition
to Ogden City2000
James P Jenkins to W Cornelius
Osborno part lot C block 11 plat B
Ogden City survey 5200
John Carver to Wlllard C Carver
part of the southwest quarter section
27 township 7 north range 2 west
Salt Lake Meridian containing 1S
acres5JO
FOREI6NERS
ASK TO BE
CiTIZENS
This morning in the district court
naturalization papers wore granted
Anton Lubeck formerly of Denmark
The petition of Erich Carl Theo
dore Diltman a German was taken
under advisement while that of Mar
tin 11 land an Englishman wag con
tinned until next naturalization day
February ICth
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CAU6tIT IN
BELTIN6 AI
A FACTORY
T Murray son of Freiman A Mur
ray of 3253 Ptngreo avenue met whit
un accident yesterday that may curt
him his right fool The OIlUrt man Is
employed by the Utah Caunln com
pany While at work near revolving
shafting In tho factory he was caught
in the belting and tossed about like
a ball
The doctor states that It Is quite mi
raculous that tho boy was not ground
to pieces by tho machinery but as it
I Is he is suffering a fractured left arm
and thigh and the right ankle Is
crushed
Ho was taken to the hospital im
mediately aCtor the accident and Dr
V G Clark was called It was thought
at first that the right foot would have
to be amputated but after voikin
with the Injuries for a number of
hours It was decided that the foot
might be RIled
The young man is only about six
teen years of age The doctor Is of
the opinion today that the foot can
be saved
ACOS NOW
ON TRIAL
FOR LIFE
The hearing of the motion on the I
part of the defense In the Nick Vc
cos murder trial for a change of
venue was completed this morning
and tho motion denied
The defense then made a motion for
a continuance of the case on account
of the absence of material witnesses
for the defense
The witnesses desired are D A
Cantos Anna Gardener Jim Colonus
and John Cosmos
Tho second motion was denied and J
the case went to trial at 2 ocloclc
PROCLAMATION BY
PRESIDENT TAFT
Washington Jan 8Some lira
this afternoon or tomorrow tho state
department will make public procla
mations by President Taft declaring
that certain European countries there
in specified arc entitled lo the mini +
mum rates of duty Imposed b > the 1
Pan > Aldrich hill Only six countries
will be designated by the proclama
tions as entitled to the minimum rate
and these are Great Britain Russia
Italy Spain Switzerland and Turkey
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O RAYNER SUCCEEDS HIM O
O SELF 0
O 0 I
0 Annapolis Md Jan IS O
G Isldor Rayner was today O l
O named to be United States 0
O senator to succeed himself by 0 I
O the Maryland legislature O
O The action will bo ratified In 0 I
O Joint sCEsIon tomorrow O 1
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JJ Get here early If you put it off it may be too late to secure just the suit you want
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