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I J THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAE THURSDAY MAY 12 1910 1 i
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are made is
skillfully
blended by
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ftbout tho character or our laundry or
cleaning work You can bo absolute
ly sure of getting the best worl and
I tho best service You havo only to
try It to prove IL Why not make a I
trial now If Wo can not satisfy you
thoroughly you will bo the first wo
1L have failed to please
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OLOFIELD GETS
MORE RECORDS
CIIEYHNNK Vyo Mny II Bar
ney Oldllold drying his 200horse
power Benz clipped < fraction of a
second from tho worlds speedway
records over the Cheyenne Motor Club
course today After one uii8iicco sfiil
atwmpt In each event Oldfleld droiO
a mil In ir tat and a half mile In
17 The former mile record wo
3022 and the half mile I7C
Tho course Is a lourmlle circular
dirt tract and as the timing was dono
hy electricity and the uicm properly
sanctioned the records will stand
Ben Kcrscher In a Uarraiq also at
tempted to hrcnfc the mile record hut
was unable to do bettor than 12
The course was patrolled by 2000
troops from Fort D A Russell
STRONG DELEGATION
TO SEE FIGHT
At a conference between r ° sen
t tJYC6 of Cyclone Johnny Thomp
son the Sycamore 111 lightweight
and Pete Sullivan of Fall River Muss
il was agreed yesterday after a long
controversy that Harry IC Downing
the well known bicycle rider and box
ing director Is to referee tho big
match at tho Sultalr coliseum to
night Downing Is well known and
popular with Ogden fans and Ills se
lection will meet with general ap
proval Both of the principals an
nounced their complete satisfaction
with tho ifferee
Thoninon anfi Sullivan hoLh ceased
work yeaienlay dnd are In line condi
tion Tbompsou will accompany the I
big Ogden delegation which leaves for
the arena on a special train depart
ing from the Union depot at 7 oclock
this evening
It has been settled beyond question
that there will lie no interference with
the bout and thus reassured and with II
all details arranged both men In
good condition and a strong advance
sale of seats there Is every Indication
that the attendance will be a record
breaker
Thompson IB going In determined
to win over the shortest possible dis
tance and he will havo a strong fol I
lowing from this city ppihaps tho
largest that has over left Ogden on
a similar junket The Saltalr hippo
drome which was arranged for stag
ing the TefCrleToh lon light when It
was first expected It would he held in
Salt Lake will bo tin scene of lo
nights battle and ampin accommoda
tions for transporting thorn to their
homes without duhiy after the bout
havo been mado
It is promised thai two corking pre
liminaries and the ninln neut will be
pulled off as Rpoodllv as possible
Thomps6n will rebt in Osdun today
leaving for the arena with tIme Ogden
delegation on lie special train and
returning after the fight with tin same
crowd He la enllrMy coil IIdell hat
ho will reluvn a victor
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BASEBALL RESULTS
National League
At Chicagosew York 1 Clilca
go I
Other games postponed rain
American League
At New York Uctiolt 0 Ncw
York i
YorIAt
At Boston SU Louia Hoston 10
Other games postponed ralni
Const League
At Los Angeles Los Angeles
Portland 5
AI San IYanclsco San Francisco
2 Oakland S
At Sacramento Sacramento 7
Vernou I
Northwestern League
At Seattle Sent IN 1 Spokane 2
At Tacoma Taconm G Vancou
ver 2
American Association
At Minneapolis Columbus 0 Min
neapolis 2
At Kansas City Louisville S Kan
sas City 2
At St PaulToledo 6 St Paul 2
At Milwaukee Indianapolis 11
Milwaukee 7
Western League
At Des MolnctDell Moines 3 St
Joseph 2
At Omaha Omaha 5 Top kU 3
At Lincoln Lincoln 5 Douvor 3
At Sioux City Wichita 5 Sioux
Cltr1
College Games
At Ann Michigan 2 Obor
lln O
At West PoIntrWosL Point 2
Brown 1
BIG FIGHT DELAYED
SAN FRANCISCO May l1The
fight between Joe Thomas and Billy
Papke which was to have bcUn slagcv
in Colma May 11 has bticn postponed
until May ID The mill will take plncn
at Dreamland HnK San FYanelaco
and the distance ha been cut from 2 3
to 20 round0
GUARANTEED PilE CURE
BACKED BY YOUR LEADING
DRUGGIST
If you have am kind of piles got
a box of Dr onliurdts llemRold at
BADCONS PHARMACY Ogden Utah
on the moneybuck plnn
HornHold is nwlo from Dr Leon
barnts own pre crlmion a tablet
remedy laUen internally and cures
thoroushh by removing the Internal
causes of piles souiolhliig that suppos
itories ointments or cutting opera
tions will not do
H for large bottle which lasts 2I
day 11 leonhardt Co Station B
Buffalo N Y Wrllo for lOokloL
POLICE MARE RAID
ON GAMBLING HOUSE
Dot ctlvo Pendor and Officer Peter
son raided a local gambling Joint yes
T tf rday and three caraoEters wero
I latyfn lutOjCUStody i J i
Ttiey gave tie names ot r tfjaltvn
I SSjohn iinjft LcRv Bt lJ iindVhvjhrc
plctld uiid1Jtaj to W amountof
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EXCURSION TO SALTAIR
Thursday May 12th round trip rate
5T2T Special train via Oregon Short
Lino leaves Ogden 700 p m rotilfn
Inpr leaves Salt 1aIO aCtor porform
alice is over Secure tickets at city
ticket office 2511 Wa hltJ ton avenue
mid avoid rush at depot
U A SHFJWK C P TA
Another FaiIr
From S V Bulletin May 1 00
Among many late letters announcing
favorable result there arC a number
from physicIans all of whom havo
cases recoverIng and one from Hot
Springs Ark telling of the recovery
of two pXvslclanB
The snmc week a physician of this
city reported ft failure lie gtalcd
that he gave tho Compound at the last
moment III mi extreme case of Brlphta
Disease and that ho had no confidence
In tho treatment and HB time patlont
expired a few days thereafter that It
confirmed his opinion The secret of
tho several successes first referred
to lays In the tact that tho phy I
slclnns realizing ihc admitted futility
of the orthodox treatment put them I
selves or their patients on the com
pound before they were in extremis
Not so in the last ease and tho reason
for the failure is obvious I
Let us Illustrate We are told that
there Is a physician In South San
Francisco by tho name of Gardner who
has never had a failure In a case or
t over Wo dont know what
his method Is but will say that when
his fame causes patients to he trans
ferred to his treatment after the at
tending physicians have declared the I
ease hopeless that his failures will
then commence His successes have
been in cases that sent for him while
there was something to work on I
It Is a fact that ninny cases of
Brlghts Disease in extremis have
been rescued tout there Is no certain
ty when the treatment Is withheld un I
til the last fow days When Fultons
Renal Compound Is administered In
time II matters little whether the case
be chronic or not nearly ninetenths i
get results the text books to the con
trary notwithstanding
We again say that the mere pres I
ence of albumen casts and dropsy in
the chronic HUg lllil are supposed to I
make up an Incurable case of Brights
Disease Is now no bar to recovery pro
viding there Is heart and vitality to
work on It is obvious that If thn
treatment Is withheld until there Is i
nn recuperative power there will also
be failures I
In view of UK declared futility of
everything known up to the develop
ment of Fultons Renal Compound We j
ask in the itamo of conscience how
there can be any question In tho mind
of any human beIng as to what ought
to ho given in such cases and why I
tliPCp should be any delay in giving
the only thing In tho world that of I
fers hope
Fultons Renal Compound can ho
had in your city of Wm Driver
Sons Drug Co
AVc desire to hear from every case
not recovering John L Fulton Com
pany flU Battery SI San Francisco
Cal Literature mailed free Jr
fiNAL CLOSING I
EFFORT TONIGHT
That tho sfdrll Of progression is
mooting with tho approval of all com
mercial bodies is evident from tho I
many now and commendable ideas f
which aro receiving the hearty sup1
port of the majority It Is a pleasuro j
to hear of the great success of tho I
early closing movement inaugurated I
by tho retail clerks of this city Soy
I
eiilyflvo retail merchants have voiced
their approval and support of the 7
oclock closing hour Saturday oven
IngS and have accepted window cards
reading This store will close at 7 j
p m every Saturday i
The final meeting of tho clerks Is
culled for loillghl at 730 at the cOurt
hoiiso Every clerk In the city who Is
desirous of seeing this movement a
complete success must not bo absent
from this meeting as matters
of vital importance will be tHe
cussed and the early closing hour de
pends seriously upon the final got to
gether and win spirit
ELEPHANT AMUCK
TRAMPLES KEEPER I
OAKLAND May 11Ilnjah one
of the largest elephants In the world
who is hold captive by circus troupo
now appearing In Berkeley ran amuck
this morning and knocking his keep
or Tony Rustano to the ground with
Its trunk trampled him badly before
help arrived
BABES FOUD
1r4flER SEARCH
I I r i
ltt th1rtiniiei dloS1 togoth
cr ntl19Y MJ5OI lOCiili and Ily
rl1m thn wJearo tWin boys 0
laiutni 1aiIld320Oj1tIprty 111110
wcr9 found at a late dir last nigh
under the l1 1Nrof nneTKhborB boils
I after thc POliCe and a largo party ot I
I searchers had spent a considerable I
portion o tho evening In looking for
I them J
I Tho youngsters were missed In th
early part of thf > evening and nftcr
I a prelIminary search of the neighbor
I hood tho police wcro notified and tho
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fluent was pronocutod In earnest No
trace of the missing twins could b < J
found however and the parents had
begun to fear great harm had over
taken them when Mrs Tribe who
lives nearby returned to tho Hadley
homo and hoard of the excitement
Mrs Tribe immediately directed
that search he made underneath her
porch at homo as the children had
occasionally played there and thai
her own child had recently gotten him I
self locked In ut the samo place by
the closing of a trap door
Tho searching party hastened to the
placo designated and opening the trap
uoor found the two wanderers clasped
In each others arms fast asleep Mrs
Tribe stated that the twins called
upon her early In the evening and
upon her leaving home to spend a few I
hours sho told the children to go homo
Instead of following her Instruc
tions the boys had apparently wan
dered around to the back of the house
and crept under the porch as they
bad previously done In play and after
finding themselves locked in had prob
ably cried themselves to sleep without
anyone hearing them The youngsters
did not exert themselves to explain
tho details when found and their par
ents wero too Impressed with their
safe return to question them deeply
ATTENTION EARLY
CLOSING
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Being heartily In favor of the early
Saturday closing movement wo bd
lleve that with the assistance of the
public the same can be made a suc
cess and we would ask our custom
ers to boar In mind to do their shop
ping early on Saturdays
It will assist us greatly In our bus
inoas If orders are given us late Fri
day afternoon or early Saturday morn
Ing
IngWo
Wo ask the cooperation of all 16
make the Saturday seven oclock
movement a big SUCCORS starting Sat
urday next May iUh 1910
WASHINGTON MARKET
LINDSAYELITE MARKET c
J3LK MARKET
WEATHERBY DRESSED MEAT
COMPANY Props
SKYGAZERS SEE I
ONLY EVENING STAR
Did you see the comet at 1 oclock
yesterday aftoiuoon Yes
No you arc mistaken It was Von us
you saw Miss Venus Is full and 19
making a spectacle of hcnsflf 111 i the
midday sky 4 j
Her antics created unusual excite
meat In the business district at I
oclock In the afternoon So unusual
were they and KO prominently wus
she displaying herself that she was
mistaken for that celestial tramp
Halleys comet who has created un
usual disturbance in many houscholdo
acting like a drunken man and T US
ing peaceful Inhabitants of earth from
their beds before an honest person has
a right to bo out of bed
Somo man with peculiarly keen Eye
sight stood at Tw ntynflll street and
Washington avenue and saw a faint
blue phosphorescent light a tow de
grees below the zenith
Its the cornet he cried Sure
It was the comet A dozen men craned
tlioir necks and shaded their eyes
looking for the comet Then one
after another saw the llsht It was
the comet sure enoughthe thought
The little knot of stargazers grew
A copper swinging his stick saun
tered near to BOO it there Was a light
Ho did not want to Interfere too soon
but tho sidewalk was blocked by
that time
What aro you rubbcrln nl1 ho
nsKcd
Its tho comet said a man In tho
crowd
Yor dippy said tho policeman
but just then ho saw it and Joined
the gazing gaping crowd
Other llltlo knots of mon and wo
men looked In the direction the ori
ginal crowd was looking and soon
the main street became an unusual
scene Everyone rub ored Nearly
everyone saw the star
Inquiry ofa local astronomer who
docs his stargazing by tho book de
clared that the supposed comot was
Venus
Tho light In too steady to be that
of the comet ho said Besides that
Is Venus position in the sky
A small shower of meteors was seen
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Low Round Trip Rates
via
Union Pacific
From Ogden
To Denver and Eastern Points
May 6 and 14June 411 18 and 27
To Atchison Kans 4000 To Leavenworth Kans 4000
c Cheyenne Wyo 2250 C C Minneapolis Minn 5200
II Chicago Ill 5500 II Omaha Neb 4000
r a Colorado Springs C C Peoria Ill 5110
Colo 2250 Pueblo Colo 250
I Council Bluffs la 4000 II St Joseph Mo 4000
I Denver Cob 2250 C d St Louis Mo 4900
C C Kansas City Mo 4000 To St PaulMinn 5200
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in the world electric block signul protection
For uh information relative to routes and dates of sale
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by u largo number of persons at a
ow minutes after 9 oclock Wednes
day night The celestial tramps flow
at nmrczlns apeod though the sky
leaving a faint yill of orantje colorcjj
lIghts At one time tJlr9 wore three
of these travelers visible at Ibd saroet
time A half dozen others wore seen
at different times during the even
Ins
InsThe great mctorcorlc shower similar
to the one that Inspired terror In
many hearts In 1835 IB due on the
night of May 18
I UnltoyVcomoids the cause of the
unufiual illdturbancd In the akles He
IB a visitor who brings his own fire
works
J Cecil Alter assistant director of
tho local Salt Lake office of tho
weather bureau mado a complete tost
of tho star which was seen on the
streets by hundreds of people and mis
tnlcon for Hallcyfl comet and declar
ed that It Is Venus After the test
which was made by use of high power
transits Mr Alter gave out the fol
lowing statement
The star seen and mistaken for
tho comot Is Venus This Is evident
from the bright top and loft half
which Is the distinguishing feature of
Venus Tho comet yesterday should
havo been 10 degrees west of the mm
Tho star which is aeon IB hut 25 de
grees from tho nun which Is the exact
locution of Vonua It Is not possible to
see Ilnlleya comot In tho day time
because there Is no reflecting surface
HIs a dull slow Venus has a brIght
surface and therefore reflects light
from the sun Venus Is often vlslbln
In tho day lime much depending of
course on the condition of the air
PARLIAMENT PAYS
TRIBUTE TO KING
LONDON May 11 Parliament paid
a high tribute to tho memory of King
Edward today adopting addresses of
condolence and congratulations to the
now king Premier Asqulth In the
hoitflo of commons and the Earl of
Crewe in the housn of lords deliv
ered eulogies on Edward VII
The day was chiefly devoted to re
cording the nations official condol
ences to tho royal family King
George and the Queen mother receiv
ed at Marlborough and Buckingham
palace respectively deputations from
tho lords and commons bearing the
resolutions
The announcement that oxProsl
dent Roosevelt will attend tho funeral
as tho special representative of the
United States has been received with
proat satisfaction by tho British pub
lic
Among the numerous functions
abandoned or Indefinitely postponed
owing to the kings death Is the royal
military tournament
That King Edwards death was part
ly due to worry over tho political
situation Is officially declared a
statement regarding his Illness which
his physicians Sir Francis Laking Sir
Tames Reid and Sir Richard Douglass
Powell are publishing over their sig
natures in Lancc tomorrow Tho
statement says
Worry Partly Cause
His majesty had for some years
suffered from emphysema with at
tendant bronchial catarrh signs of
which wero permanently present at
the bases of the lungs On several
occasions however digestive dls
lurbances had caused his medical at
tendants to realize his majesty no
longer had the reserve constitutional
power which bad stood him In such
splendid stead after his serious oper
ation in 1902 and that any intercur
rent catarrhal or bronchial attack of
a serious kind would at onco call
upon both heart and lungs for their
fullest effort
It must here be said that those
around him know how earnestly con
corned howas at tho present strained
position of political affairs and this
fact should not he lost slJht of In all
round consideration of the kings
health
Referring to the kings recent visit
to Biarritz tho statement says
Tho first night In Paris his ma
jesty had a severe attack of acute
Indigestion With subsequent dypsnoea
shortness of breath On his arrival
at Biarritz this developed Into a
bronchftlc attack causing his physi
cians great anxiety This passed off
and his majesty returned hotter in
every way hut he contracted a chill
at Sandringham while Inspecting the
gardens
On his return to London the state
ment continues from May 3 attacks
of short breathing Increased although
tho king Insisted upon attending to
business of state as Into as Thursday
May 6
On that day tho physicians added
time attacks became more frequent
and distressing and with Increasing I
cyanosis gravely suggestive of threat
ened cardiac failure With the kings
permission the doctors Issued the first
bulletin on Thursday but not until It
was seou by his majesty who some
what modified Its terms
From Friday morning his condi
tion rapidly became worse There
were several dangerons attacks and
his majesty only railed by tho use
of powerful lomodies At 3 oclock
in the aflornoon consciousness failed
Tho cud camo at 1115 oclock after
a prolonged period of perfect calnf
AGED OCDENITE SAW
1 HALLEYS COMET
lit looked as big as my hat nod had
n tall on it that woufd reach across
this room Is the Impression left by
Halloys comet on the youthful mind I
of John Watts of this city who at
the age of seven years viewed the I
heavenly visitor upon Its last visit to
our solar system aevenlyflvo years
ago I
agoI remember very distinctly said
he when my father took us boys
out one night and showed IIH tho great
comet It looked like a great fiory
ball with a long glowing tall the lat
ter being somewhat brighter than the
head as I recall 1C It was pointed
from east to west and seemed Inclined
IllJlt Upward We looked at H for a
long time but none of us seemed I
afraid and there wari little excite
ment over It in our locality I do not
remember seeing < t 1 > ut the once al I
though W was probably wntchfd for
povtral days as1 In tho prosunt Jn I
stance
Mr Watts iaorio of tho piono > ca1of
tlah and Is well tJ1ossnin this city
where ho has been aaexpertjKjir
dener for yoarSamf basing onjoy d
a reputation asa lawn maker I
Mr Watts was born September 10
1S27 at Ilfracombo In Devonshire
England and during his youth lIed
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on his fathers farm not far from the
Bristol channel Ho Inter removed to
South WftloK where ho held a posi
tion as assistant yardmaster for four
teen years
In 1SC2 Mr Watts left his railroad
position and after being married emi
grated to America us a Mormon con
Vert coining direct to Utah The
voyage across the Atlantic was mado
by nailing vesael which was accom
plished In six weeks and three days
Tho trip across tho great plains was
made on foot driving a bull team
and many are tho interesting reminis
cences which he can call to mind in
relation to the Incidents of tho long
tripMr
Mr Watts remained In Utah eight
cars and then ihond to California
whoro he remained ono year at Set
tor Amador county being engaged In
gardening I
Somehow or other said he yester
day 1 dId not get tho gold fever
llko most folks In those days but con
tented myself with a vigorous attack
of dumb ague which laid me up for
several mouths and finally forced mo
to leave the state
Mr Watts lost his wlfo during his
residence in California and In 1871
he returned to Utah where ho has re
sided ever since lIe was later mar
ried to Elizabeth Phillips Thomas
who continues to share time Joys of
his advanced years
Mr Watts possesses a wonderfully
retentive mind for ono of his years
and speaks entertainingly of many In
cidents of his career which arc of
rnoro than passing interest
I can recall the crowning of live
kings and queens In England said
he proud and theres no tolling
how many more Ill live to hear of
I can recall George IV and tho
crowning of his brother King Wil
liam Then came good Queon Vic
toria whom I remember ns a girl as
well ns hor coronation and marriage
Of course I read all about the corona
tion ot Edward VIII and am now fa
miliar with the incident of the hit
ters death and the ascension of his
son George V to the English throne
Now I have told a lot more about
myself than 1 ever did before and
I wish I could remiMnhT a little more
about that comet but the fact Is that
is about all I over Imew about It It
came and lent as one of the wonders
of my boyhood days I wan always
Interested In such things and another
sight which I recall as thc most beau
tiful of my entire life was a sunrise
on the English channel when I was a
mere hey
I LImo was scarce In those days
and TVO had to go several miles to
i the lime kiln for our supply Of
I course the Ilrst loam to arrlvo at the
kiln was the first to be loaded and got
I away One morning I started early
and reached the old kiln about 3
oclockIn tho mornlhg I unhitched
the horses and fed them and then
climbed to a high clIff overlooking the
sea and reached the top Just before
time sun arose
I shall never forget tho sight as
tho great red ball roso slowly out of
the eastern horizon and shot Its crlm
non rays across the water until the
whole prospect was a mass of gor
cpus color Tho sea was almost as
smooth as glass which added greatly
to the effect which was almost terri
fying
In those oarly days vo used to see
the great Northern lights and I re
member going out one night with my
father and looking to the north where
there appeared to be a great fire Just
back of the trees the rellectlon of
which wag spread across the sky In a
manner wonderful to bohold I
Mr Watts denies that threescore
andtwentythrce Is a significant com
I bination of years and Is confident
i that he can round out tho century
with honor to himself and family
I
I I climbed up in a chair lost Hum
mer and managed to fall and break
my arm and two ribs It reminded
me some of poor Undo Podger In
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Three Men in a lioat bill Im sl1715
It aint ovory old feller who run do
such trlks and como out IS well as
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I did IH it now I
May Mr Watts hive longer amid con
tinue to enjoy life
Rm AWAY DOES
DAMAGE TO RIG
A delivery wagon belonging to tho
Ogden Steam Laundr wan badly i
umaahod yesterday forenopn lit the
vicinity of the Forestry bulldlnfi Thc
team which wan hitched with It I
weight became frightened at afruit
handcart and dashed n ross tilt I
street colliding with a troo nn < l mus i
ing considerable damage to the equip
ment before thej were caught and i
untangled j
BUSINESS MAN IS
mm WITH OGDfN
W H Stark vice president of the
I Lynian Brothers wholesale mllllncrr
Is In tho city the guest of My Dusch
jost the local manager of the home
I Mr Stark expressed great surprise at
llmllng the city so large1 especially tho
residence portion and the many beau
tiful homes In nil parts of tho city
Great opportunities for all kinds of
enterprises are located hero In his
belief and only await proper advertis
ing and promotion Ho Is on his way
from Portland Ore to attend the Mil
Jlnera and Jobbers convention to ba
I held at SL Joseph Mo and thence
to time head office of the firm located
I at Cedar Rapids Mich
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The Choice Frruit from a Million
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p eacllltf re Is Offered You
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Six of every icn cans of Peaches on the mar Peaches are ripe fullflavored They are han
k Jt are put up by us More than a million dIed with the best care ve know how to give i
trees are required to supply this enonous them and are packed in heavy clear syrup
quantity made from pure granulated sugar j
From this great quantity we obtain and pack Some few dealers have us pack for them
all grades the grades being determined by tha under their own labels this famous Del Monte I
size and quality for only good fruit is ted quality It would make no difference if you
Ve pack these grades knew under what other
under more than four cp brands the Del Monte
hundred different f Jill tIJ dj quality is packed But I
brands most of them I J f cml since there is no way of I
our own several of Ji1 ffiftI 4 tJ J knowing what arc safe
them ore individual V P V Y
brands the best way is
dealers who own their Canned Fruits and Vegetables to get Del Monte The
own Our labels choice brand Packed Where They Ripen price Del Monte J I
though is Del Monte The Day i ney re Picked Peaches Is the same
Under that label we take the pick Only cvelwhere25c per can Most dealers can
I I D I orll and thus
UPP 011 nSlH l upon e 1
treeripened handpicked perfect fruit IS
lw sure that von get the pick from more than i
put into Del Monte cans All Dcl Monte
ono million trees < I
All Del Monte Products Are the Choice from the Largest I
Gardens and Orchards
Del Monte 4 is the brand und r whiche pack qualities that pass the most critical inspection I
our choice qualities of canned and dried fruits as to quality freshness and flavor
vegetables jams preserves catsup and condi It i s always safe to insist upon Del Monte I
ments We are the worlds largest canners and fme Other of our brands may be offered to 1
put up more than 400 brands Dcl Monte is our you but Del Monte is our quality ndour J
favorite Under that label we put up onJy those cnoice Be sure you get Del Monte
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CALIFORNIA FRUIT CANNERS ASSOCIATION
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7 The Largest Canners of Fruits and Vegetable in the World
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