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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, April 27, 1910, Image 8

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8 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1910 Q erlrrr cL rt71Trr Tsa i
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Aboitely
4 Pure Grapes
delicious healthfu
give the most valuab e ingre
I iSL1GhL went the active principle to
I IIOYAL
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I i Insures wholesome and
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delicious food for every
I p day in every home
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i ROOSEVELT SEES
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1 PARIS April hIor tho first
lime In his life exPresident Rooscvott
l today Saw an aeroplane flight It was
I l Very short one and the aeronaut
Bmll Dubonnet had a narrow escape
I rom Injury
I Colonel Roosevelt journeyed to Issy
I ics MoulineauN as the guest of tho
I Lcadcmy of Sports
There WaG a large crowd iuclud
ng cabinet ministers and noted avla
lots Unfortunately a strong vlnil
i rae blowing and It seemed as though
1 he promised flight would have to be
Ibandoned
Not wishing to disappoint Colonel
Roosevelt Dubonnet unteercd to go
a p In the face of the gale Tie had ro
jectly male a sensational lllght over
Ihe city of Pahls and It was though
If any one could give a good account
> f himself that man was Dubonnet
The president was deeply inter
tsted In every detail of the start and
10 pressed forward UK the machine
eft the ground it was evident how
ivcr this was no day for Hying and
the aeroplane had hardly govo 150
lards when It came down with a
iwoop almost capsizing as It struck I
the ground One of the wings was
broken but Dubonnet was not bun
Colonel Roosevelt rushed forward and
> Dtored him his congratulations
Prior to his return to Paris M Do
Ollencuso president of the Academy
of Sports presented to Colonel loose
af m any in r 1i k irlUS
Tho Original and Genuine
ORLICKS
ALTE MMLKI
Tho Fooddrink for All Ages
More healthful than Tea or Coffee
1 Agrees with ihe weakest digestion
a
Delicious invigorating and nutritious
Rich milk malted grain powder form
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
fake substitute AskforHORLICKS
Others are imitations
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TO GET
Wholesome Broad Rolls and
Biscuit Is to buy the flour where the
wheat was carefully selected
Where the milling conditions were
sanitary
Where the true Food Value of the
wheat wac considered
Then youll go out and buy a sack of
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
Danderine uorkuro1dcr ItproduCe3
hair Just as sorely as rain
end tnushlno raises
s crocs It
I produces toa
WOTiU of Inwlnni balr ir JJcn 1o1 otb tren a
des foil
Vo cuucanleo Dandctlno All dtu
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gists sell ItMr I l
MO and si per bottle 10
prOTo Us nottli send tub ad nltb
lOciu Btftinpfc
or tutor tine vo flU mull you a largo f tee
IIIIIP lOyfLTONDdNDEAItBCO
CbICAIO u
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BROOM RESTAURANT
I REMOVED TO VIENNA I
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tfeala same prco aa Broom Rev
taurant Special Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
LEE FOON S TOM Mano0era
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OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
326 25th street
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Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
volt as honoary president the acntl
j emys gold medal
During the course of the afternoon
Jlr Roosevelt received a deputation
from tho French parliamentary group
fur Intornatloal arbitration headed by
Ionnor Premier Leon Bourgeois and
baron DEolournelles Do ConBtant
Tho latter In addressing the espresl
dent said he counts upon Air Roes
oils Influence In the holding of a
third peace confcrece at Tho Hague
To this Jlr Roosevelt replied that
hlc influence could bo taken for
granted but bo added you must
remember that 1 am now a prlvte
citizen
I loo am a private citizen said
M Bourgeois
I am proud to admit continued
Mr Roosevelt that I am the first
uutCBinau to mako an appeal to The
Hague courtIn a dispute between
the United States and Mexico A for
mer government official should not
give the impression that he believes
ho IB still a government official but
with this reserve I am entirely in ac
cordance with you upon tho necessity
of a tlilrd Hague conforencoj
BONES OF MOTHER
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AN6EL IDENTIFIED
SALT LAKE CITY Utah April 2C
For almost two yearn the hones of
Brigham Youngs first motherinlaw
Mother Angel have lain unclaimed at
the Salt Lake police headquarters
They were Identified today by mem
bers of the Young family who have
been hunting them for years and will
bo placed In a vault prepared for them
long ago In Brigham Youngs private
cow 0017
This particular circumstance results
from tho early custom of interring
bodies near their former homes
Mother Angel was buried In this
manner and when the deceased mem
bers of tho Young family were gath
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ered In one cemetery her grave could
not be found >
John W Young a son of Brigham II
well known as a railroad promoter
spent considerable money In digging i
throughout the block where Mrs An I
gel had lived but all marks had been
obliterated and whou business house
were reared In tho vicinity hope of
finding the grave wus glen up
The bones at the police station
were discovered In July 1908 by work
men excavating for a factory on So
cial Hall avenue The discovery did
not come to the attention of the
Young family until today when Oscar
Young a grandson of Mother Angel
established the Identity of the skele
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JUDGMENT AFFIRMED
BY SUPREME COURT
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Mm Roso Sargent Recovers From tho
Union Fuel Company
The supreme court on Thursday
handed down an opinion affirming the
Judgment rendered In Judge Lowls
court in tin case of Rono C Snrfiem
administratrix of the estate of George
L Sargent deceased against the Ur
lon Fuel company appellant Sar
gent was killed while employed IM
the companys Grass Creek mine In
Summit county on April 23 190S and
IIIB widow brought an action for dam
sues for his death The Jury re
tuuicd a verdict in her favor for 10
Ode whereupon Um company aci
pealed
The action was at first brought In
Originality I
IMP RfALES
MOUTMPICCS
CIGARETTES
define it There is no
blend of tobacco so im
perial in quality so distin
guished from all others It
challenges imitation
10 for 10 cents I
THE JOHN BOLLMAN co Mfn
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Business Property on Washington Avenue I
Musi be Sold at Once 11
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the name of arcs Sargent personal
I ly but afterwards the complaint wnn
amended by adding her name ns ad
ministratrix of her husbands oalaw
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amendment WaR mnde In the tltlo of
I tho action by withdrawing till nanto
1 of Mrs Sargont as a party and leav
I Ins It stand In her name as admin
istratrix of the estate Both of these
amendments were consented to by the
allornejo for the company After
wards they moved to dismiss the ac
tion because of the substitution of an
entirely different party as plaintiff
This motion was denied by the court
urd the ruling on that matter is cited
as error on the part of the lower court
Answer of Company
In Its answer the company set up
the detente of contributory ncgllgenco
and assumed risk and nt tho conclu
sion of the cldonco for plaintiff
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moved for a nonsuit This motion
v aB denied also b > tho court
The cupremo court holds that the
company cannot como in now and
claim that the court erred by permU
ting the substitution of parties plain
tiff after It had consented the am
endment of tho complaint in that in
spect and hence holds that the court
hd not err in that ruling It Is fur
tncr held that Iho court did not err
in denying the motion for a nonsuit
as the evidence was sufficient to show
negligence on the part of the com
pany In that It failed to properly tim
ber the mine and thus guars against
a cave In such as caused the death of
I Sargent For these reasons the Judo
J ment of the lower court Is affirmed
Chief Justice Straup wrote the opin
Ion of the court which Is concurred
in by Justices Frick and ilcCarty
SALT LAKE ROAD
PROGRESS IS GOOD
Lewis H Beacon Informed That
Ploche Will Have Line by
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Salt Lake April 27Lewis H Ilea
sou editor of the Ploche Record and
at one time a wellknown newspaper r
man of this city Js a visitor to Salt
Lake enjoying the first vacation
since ho entered the Ploclie news
paper field On his way to Zion Mr
Beason Investigated railroad condi
tions closely and he says It is the
opinion of tho engineers in charge
of the construction work that the line
will he reestablished Into Phoebe by
May 15 Not only are the engineers
in charge doing splendid work In re
habilitating the line but their ef
forts are attended by very plctur
cirque associations During the day
two construction trains are employed
while one is kept at work all nigh
by the aid of numerous flaring gaso I I
line lamps which light up the des
ert and canyons in a striking cotta
net
BOY AND GIRL SENT
TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
A boy in years of are and a girl 13
years old were committed to the state
industrial school by Judge McMantcr
of the juvenile court on Tuesday Tho
girl was sent up for immoral conduct
aud the hd was pent to the school at
his own request as he desired some
place to live where he could learn n
trade as lie has no parents or home
A girl 16 years of age was commit
led to the Industrial
school for Im
moral conduct but her sentence was
suspended during good behavior
Two boys aged 30 and 11 wote
committed totho llntah training
school for general Incorrlglblllty
AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY
BURLEY TO ALBION
Burley Ida April 26A party con
slntlug of Hon Isaac K Powell city
treasurer of Chicago Captain Jlenry
C Garvln of Springfield 111 Chas
Ullrich of Springfield William T
Colvln of the Chicago IntcrOceau I
and Col James R Van Cleave bank
er of Springfield arrived In Hurley
Saturday and were guests of the Bur
Icy Commoicml club at a luncheon
served at the Hotel Burley In the
afternoon they departed In autos for
Albion In company with a commit
tee of Albion citizens whore they In
vestigated the feablbllltj of financing
an electric railroad to connect tho
towns of Albion and Burley
Tho party returned to Burley Sun
day and continued their journey to
Twin Falls whore after visiting a fow
days they will return to Chicago No
announcement of their future plans
regarding the proposed railroad have
yet been made although It 13 stated
that tho gentlemen were well pleas
ed with the prospects as far as thor
had made estimations If the road
Is constructed It will tap a countr
rich In minerals and agriculture be
slues providing railroad communica <
tions with the stato normal school lo
rated at Albion
Slolbers find Perry Davis Painkiller In
valuablo in tho nursery and it should bo
kept at hand in cnno of accident For pain
in tbo breast tako n little Painkiller in
ewcctonod milt and writer bathing tbo I
breastinit dear at tho tuimo tftue1T tho
milk 3agcsufoc1oggcd from col < > othpr
onuses bathing In the Painkiller Trill gum I
Immediate relief Auk for how U5c Bottlo
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DECISION IN
6AMBLINII
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In an opinion banded down by tho
supreme court Tuesday it IE held that
a woman who has knowledge of the
fact that her husband had gambled
away money in which she claimed an
Interest and by her actions consent
ed to the same Is estopped from corn
Ing Into court and recovering the
money from the parties in whoso gem
hung house the money wan lost The
case In which this is decided Is that
of Emma M Terry appellant against
Frank Peterson and Charlon Crelg
baiim doing business an the St Loris
Gambling hall IJ TJSIS alleged In tho
complaint that Paul Tarry the hus
band of plaintiff lost flC41 20 In do
fondants gomblipg hauls at Ogden
between March L and September 1
190S and that the money was derived
from the sale of tholr homestead
In which the wlfo had an interest
The lower court rendered Jndgment
against her and this judgment is af
firmed by the supreme court
According to the fact li the case
Mr and Mrs lorry sold their home
stead near Ogden for 3100 and
knowing her husbandB habits ae to
gambling Mrs Terry refuted to sign
tho deed until he had entered Into
an agreement with her to not use any
I of the money In gambling but to ap
ply the entire amount on tho par
chaso of another home They were
to receive 1900 In caoh payments
and the purchaser was to assume a
mortgage on tho property as to the
balance
The cash was paid in Installments
at different periods during the early
part of 1908 and Terry applied one
half of the first two payments on the
purchase price of a new home and
gambled the lomainder away On
March 27 1908 he received the final
I cash payment of61410 and deposited
the entire amount In the bonk In his
gambling operations ho checked this
out and lost all
Holding of Court
The supreme COUrt holds that the
money received for tho sale of the
homestead was the Joint property of
Terry and his wife and she could
have recovered her portion of tho
money but for the fact that the evl
donee showed that on several occas
Ions her husband came home with
largo sums of money which he told
her he had won at the gambling
house On ono occasion ho had SOO
ns the roiult alibis gambling opera
lions and which was known to his
wife Her knowledge of this and her
failure to take stops then to stop him
from further gambling operations tho
court holds Is evidence of tho fact
that oho mustlirtvo conRtructloly con
sented to him gambling
As tho evidence failed to show that
the gambling was done without her
knowledge and consent the court
holds that sho is estopped from re
covering the money now It Is also
held that the evidence did not show
that the defendants in the case won
any of the money in question but only
that It was loU In their gambling
house For thphe reasons the court
holds that the judgment of the lower
court should be affirmed Chief Jus
flee Straup wrote the opinion of the
court which Is concurred in by Jus
tlces Prick and McCarty
SACRED HEART NOTES
Echoes of tho Vasatch as the
second academics termed their class
paper were Indeed echoes that rang
true A most agreeable surprise greet
ed the faculty and the classes that at
tended and Illletl the spacious library
to overflowing Glimpses at the cover
design of the paper showed the Utah
state lower the sego Illy beautifully
done In water color bj Miss Nydu
buff of Rock Springs The < same
young lady read the dedication of tho
class effort to the sister superior also
hor own contributions which consist
ed of Articles grave and gay She was
followed in reading by the other con
tributors the Misses Derringer of Ne
vada Sutton of Salt Lake Scott An
derson McLaughlin Rfch Guerin
Tracy and G Malone of Ogden Even
article showed ability and labor and
tho young misses certainly deserve
great credit for their efforts and the
sincere thanks of all who were for
tunatr enough to bo present It is to
be hoped that the next issue of the
manuscript paper will be given In the
assembly hall where all may appre
cafe the strides the second academics
arc making in English work
Tuesday morning the first acad
emics were the Intellectual hostesses
and the remaining academics their at
tentive jDiosts Feasts of descriptive
paragraphs wore among the treats pre
pared and rhetorical nuts were
cracked with remarkable facility The
literary standard at thu academy is
high and the marked Improvement In
every class Is a Source of gratification
to all concerned Thome writing Is no
longei a task hut a pleasure Every
Incentive Is placed before the pupils
and not the least Important stimulus
is n well suppled library whore they
may browse at will Notebooks are
numerous and aJI seem to have learn
ed tho worth of Robert Louis Steven
sons advice afl gathered front experi
ence alwajs have paper and pencil
In baud
The bpuiny class was tested on tho
structure and Growth of flowerle
plants Since the students of this
fascinating science do tho greater part
of their work by outdoor observation
and microscopical study their labora
tory tablets wore of more Interest
than than technical definitions Accu
rate though not always thoroughly ar
tistic sketches accompanied b ox
planatorj notes proved that the young
misses had mastered tile elements of
this science and had seen tho wonders
In a leaf which 50 many pass heedless
ly bj With twentytwo varieties of
trees the number lately completed br
thorn from which to study life on the
Immediate grounds or the academy
than Is no oxousS rfJr Ignorance on
the part of the botapy class Each
member has ji 6pecol Jrce and notes
Its peculiarities with n tenacity of UIQ
fabiQd > Hamadryads r v
Wild rtoWrsf arc CDgaslie the atten
tion of tho mlnlme who woro the first
to take a spring waiC to the moun
tains whence they returned with rain
bows hidden beneath ° thejsnows
The members of thu visiting classes
were kind enough to say that they < le
lived pleasure anti profit from lute
morninc spent with time graduates last
Thursda A thorough review of the
literary history of modern Europe
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comprising outlines of tho si rest eels J
arid a critical summary of English au
thorn of tho nlnotopnth rontury
showed that time clans of 1MT at least
know where to look for ttio ho tof
tho worlds mafiterpJcces Selections
from famous English authors won
quoted with case and reflection tho
hinge Including WadRworth Colorldge
Sonthoy Keats Shelley Byron Moore
Tennyson tho Brownings and our own
loved Longfellow Quite significant
were tho last lines of The Day IB
Done tho cloning words for some of
these young ladles will Indeed bf
folding their tents like the Arabs and
silently stealing away
Words of commendation and con
gratulation were spoken by the sister
superior to which all present added
a silent approval
Rev P M CuBhnahan the pastor of I
St Jog phs church and tho friend of
Sacred Hearts pupils went last Sun I
day to Boise City Ida to hI present
at tho silver juhllee celebration of
Right Rev A J Olorioux D D I
SENT TO THE ASYLUM
H CHURCH OF CORINNE
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Brinham City April 26HnycG
Church iho was boforo Judge Mavgh
an last Friday afternoon for insanity
wan committed to the asylum and
was token to Provo to the state In
sane asylum thla morning by Sheriff
Joseph Joiephson
Church was a resident of Corlnno
and was about CO years of age In
the past few monthc Church Is re
ported to hare acted very strangely
and IB said to have made throats to I
Injure many people with whom he
came in contact A row days before I
his trial ho walked back and forth la
front of tho Murphy store In Corinne
threatening members of the Murphy
family Lloyd Murphy was called
from tho rear of tho store a tussle en
sued find tht demented man began a
butcher game on Murphy
The sheriffs office was notified and
Church was lodged in the county Jail
Church was a printer by trade but
of recent oars has not been engaged
I at anything owing to tho deranged
condition of his mind but was con
sidered absolutely harmless until the
past few months
TRUST FORMED ON
MANUFACTURE OF RADIATORS
PlttHburg April 2iA merger of
fivo of the largest radiator works In
the country has Just been effected
according to the Plttsburp Dispatch
and on May 1 the United States Rad
iator company will begin business
A Plttsburs company Is said to be a
strong factor in the combination and
offices arc to be opened here
Companies In the merger accord
hug to the story an tho United StateD
Radiator and Boiler company of Pltts
bur f tho United States Radiator
of Dunkirk N Y the United States
Heating Co of Detroit Midi and
tho Hcrrendeu Manufacturing com I
pany of Geneva X Y
Tho radiator department of the J
L Molt company of New York Is also
said to be Included In the merger
The bonds arc being underwritten by I
the First National Bank of Detroit
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Feminine as well as masculine taste
will be thoroughly satisfied with our
assortment of handbaggage
Beautiful leather satchels highly finish
ed in every detail and strong reliable cases
that will stand hard usage J
All here from 2 to 25 i
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Modern Clothes
Come on Wash Ave
In 0 J1 11 OID At 2365
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and Iho Citizens Savings Trust Co
of Cleveland Ohio
Charles E Patterson of Dunkirk
N Y Is said to Ire the president of
tho new combination and R1 Gross
also of Dunkirk Is VIce president
Both man wore formerly connected
I with tho American Locomotive com
pany
I SUSPECTED OF MURDER
MAN SENTENCED FOR PERJURY
I Port TovnGond Wash April 27 I
Wlloy Bennett a private In the CoaU
Aitlllcry at Fort Wordon was con I
lenced to three years at Alcatraz for
perjury under tho llndlngH of n courr I
martini made public hero yesterday
Bennett was suspected of robbing anil
murdering Private Robert Dunn and
throwing his body over tho bluff be
tween this city and Fort Word en sev
oral weeks ago Questioned under
oath ho made conflicting statements
The officers unable to secure satis
factory evldonce to convict him tried
him on the perjury charge
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CANADA IS ENJOYING
GREAT EXPORT TRADE
Ottawa Ont April 2iCanadas
total trade for the fiscal year ending
March 31 reached the record figure
of 677112180 p
Thin Is an increase of 511750623
more than 20 oer cent as compared
Mth the preceding 12 months It is
an Increase of 26000000 compared
wIth the previous period of 19078 At
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Wanted to Buy
Rea Estate I r I
for Cash
Or a 4 or 5room House l
Must be a snap Call or write I
CARLC IUSHDSSON I
360 24th Street
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present the regular Y Incieas
rs over the corresponding months of
last year are running over 10000
000 per month and the indications
point to a total trade in the neighbor
hood of 800000 for the current fis
cal year
PROSPECTIVE FATHERINLAW
IS PAID FOR TROUBLES
Ilackensack X J April 27Tire
will of John Rowan of Wcatwood Just
offered for probate hero provides that
100 he paid to John B Curtis who
was Rowans prospective fathorln
lawThe
The money it Is said Is to cover
expenses Incurred In Milertninlng
Rowan while ho was courting Miss
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YOUNG ERLENBORN
CHAMPION OF COLORADO AND WYOMING
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CHAMPION OF UTAH AND IDAHO
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F o rr ROuttIId PJrel minarry f
HID DAVIS Versus TOMMY FITZGERALD
SALT LAKE
SAN FRANCISCO
Preliminaries start at 830 sharp Gallery 100 Genera mission 200 Reed f
seats 100 extra Ringside 200 extra
Tickets on sale at Harrop Goddards 0 i t
igar Stand and Log Cabin Salt Lake
ROY SHUlTWAY of Ogden Manager II
Schulor Special leaves Rio Grande DeJo t at 700 clook I
1230 cars in Salt Lake Returning in time to catch
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Get Two OrpheUft11 Tickets I
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lOOTwo 50 Cent TicketsloOO
BY PAYING 3 MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION
IN ADVANCE WE WILL GIVE YOU
TWO OF THE BEST SEATS IN THE OGDEN
ORPHEUI THEATER FOR THIS WEEK
OR NEXT WEEK FOR ANY
NIGHT EXCEPT
T SUNDAY
YOu Pay For Your Subscription Anyh < w
WHY NOT PICK UP THIS DOLLARS
jjiizv o WORTH nw
OF TICKETS AND TAKE YOUR
WIFE TO THE BEST VAUDEVILLE SHOW Tpty t I
IN THE
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