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Muslin UndersJ Sale
TOMORROW MORNING WE WILL PLACE ON SALE
500 MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS AT MANUFACTURERS
COSTSEE
SEE THEM ON DISPLAY IN OUR SOUTH WIN
DOW
NOW IS A GOOD TIME FOR THE GRADUATES TO
SUPPLY THEIR WANTS
LAST THOMAS I
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I REfERENCES RANDOM I
Continued from Page Five
I It your time Is worth something
l oat at Livingstons Cafeteria
I Prophecy FulfilledIn a communi
cation to this paper William Wright
ono of Ogdens pioneers states that
in 1869 ho heard President Brigham
Young mnd tho Hlnlemont that Og
den and Salt Lake would become one
continuous city Mr Wright states
that when the Bamborger line begins
tho operation of its electric cars the
I prophecy of President Young will
come to pass Tho writer suggests
r next moo for the organization of
i great city will bo for tho division
oLDavlfl county giving half to Ogden
and the other half to Salt Lako City
Genuine Mexican Chill Con Ciirnc
at the Oxford cafe A T Woods
Prop
Saves Part of Fruit CropThe an
nouncemnnt IK mado by County Fruit
Tree Inspector LoRoy Marsh of Da
vis county that tho fruit crop of
Clearflold has not been killed as had
been reported some weeks ago after
the heavy Frost Mr Marsh who lias I
recently completed a trip through the
fruit belt of that district ntatos that
while the pcacrti ami cherry crops
vero badly injured there would bo
AMUSEMENTS
THEATRE
Both Phones 323
Orpheum Players
rescnt
6 Arizona I
A play of the Southwest
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Matinee
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Prices 10 25 35 60o
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Matinee 10 15 25c
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OGDEN TUEATRE I I
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Mr Theodore
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IN HIS MASTERPIECE
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TWO NIGHTS AND MATI
1 NEE SATURDAY 3 P M I
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St Elmo
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PRICES lOc 20c 30c and SOc
MATINEES lOc and 25c
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part of a crop The apple crop ho
said voulil be unusually large It Is
stated that It will tnltc about fifty
cars to handle tho crop from tho
Gloatfield district this fall
Reduced prices on all classes of
Millinery at removal sale of Stafford
Mllllnary Co 3rd floor Wrights
Ogden Boy HonoredAmbler B Pat
ton a graduate of the Ogden High
school and also u graduate of the
Northwestern University was last
Saturday tmvilng elected president
f the Senior Intern Fraternity club
lo made tho principal address at u
anquet given by the club
If There will bo a cooked food sale
lyon by the Episcopal Ladles at Bad
ons Pharmacy on Saturday after
noon May Hth
On Miniature Motor Car Chief
rain Dispatcher McKlnstry of the
lOiithorn Pacific road and a party of
f left on n nifnlndiro motor car
nl noon today for a trip over the out
of and to Inspect tho work now In
ogress between Promontory Point
and Lakealdo
For rent elegantly furnished apart
ment with piano no children 415
Twcutyriflh
For the Fight FancA special train
for tho accommodation of the fight
fana III Ogdcn who desire to witness
the boxing contest between Sullivan
and Thompson Will leave tho Union
Dfpot at 7 oclock this evening and
returning to Ogden will leave Sallnlr
tonight after tho contest is ovor
110 round trip lo Salt Tale via
D ft 11 G May J3 aud Hth Good
icturjjfng until tho 15th
Depart for New York Mrs Jacob
Kortz and family left this morning for
Now York where they will reside In
tho future In tho express and bag
ga ocar of tho sumo Union Pacific
train went tho remains of the late
Jacoh Kcrtz who will bp laid lo final
rest In the cemetery at his old home
in the Empire state
The Denver 8 Rio Grande has been
eelccted as the official route for the
high pchool track meet nt Salt Lake
May nth Special train at 830 a
m Returns at 1L00 p m Round
trip faro 110
Baker Plead Guilty Frank Baker
was arraigned in the district court
before Judge Howell Ibis morning and
entered a plea of guilty to tho charge
of burglary In the third decree Ho
will bo sentenced next Saturday
Baker was arrested while burglarizing
the residence of Bernard Hcatra who
caught him In the act and after giv
ing him a severe beating turned him
over to tho police
B G Butter is what you want
when you want it
Al Toone New Bailiff Upon the
convening of court this morning to
Albert L Toone of North Ogden who
was appointed deputy sheriff and
court bailiff by Sheriff Wilson was
administered the oath of office by
Judge Howell Bailiff Toono Immedi
ately took the seat vacated by Tom
Feeny who resigned upon his pur
chase of the Kalstaff cafe
Pay a months subscription In ad
vanfe and get a ticket free to thfl
big attractions at the Orpheum Thea
I ter for any night next week except
Sunday You get two tickets for two
months subscription
Boxing Content Promoter Roy
Shumway announced this morning
that he had signed articles of agree
ment with Peanuts Sinclair and
Fiankle Harding for a twentyround
boxing contest tit the Ogdon thea
I ter on the evening of May 27th
Shumway says the boys arc two clov
er little boxers and will give the fans
a fine exhibition There will be two
rattling good preliminaries In ono of
which the principal will be Two
round Farley of Ogdon
Oregon Short Line Is the Official
Roulo for High School Track Meet
at Salt Lake Round trip 110 Tic
kets on sale May 13th and 14th good
returning May 15lh ChoIce of olevon
trains daily each way City office
2511 Washington avenue
Mrs M B Cardon ias returned homo
from tho Holy Cross hospital at Salt
Lake City and Is rapidly recovering
from the operation she underwent
Pay a months subscription In ad
vance and Ret a ticket freo to tho
big attractions at the Orpheum Thea
ter for any night next week except
Sunday You get two tickotn for two
months subscription
Furnished hall on second floor suit
able for lodges clubs etc 12fi 24th
iitreet
Bank Close at NoonAt a meet
ing of tho Clearing House associa
I tion last night It vas unanimously
voted to opnn lIne bankn of the city
at 0 oclock and close at 12 oclock 1
noon Saturdays The nilo will bn en
forced In all bank beginning with
Saturday next
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Oregon Short Line Is the Official
Routo for High School Track Meat
at Salt Lake Round trip 110 Tic
koto on sale May 13th and Hlh good
returning May 15th Choice of eleven
trains daily each way City office
2GH Washington avenue
Remodeling a Home CJeorgo Wheel
wright lo spending about 800 In the
iromodellnpr of his residence on Mon
100 avenue between TwentyTourtn
and Twentyfifth streets
For calc cheap Household goods In
good condition Dining table and 4
I chnirfl 2000 bedroom carpet 2000
folding billiard table 2000 two c6n
tIn tables 250 and 500 Apply to
JG73 Monroo
Called Here by Sickneso A U
Syphers of New Castle Indiana Is In
the city visiting his mother and other
relatives Mrs Syphors l as been 111
for a number of days and nor son
came from Indiana to see her Mr
Syphora Is a prominent contractor and
builder of New Castle
Removed T D Johnson has moved
his law office to Rooms 51920 First
National Bank Building
Saloon Keepers to Be Arrested
II J Humphrey United States mar
shal for Nevada last night sent Dep
utr Marshal Goodo of Elko to tho min
ing camp of Jarbldgo Elko county
to arrest all the saloon keepers of
that camp Jarbidge which is close
to the Idaho line Is located on a gov
ernment forest reserve and the fed
eral law prohibits the Bale of liquor
on forest reserves Fourteen saloons
are doinc business at tho now camp
and all will bo taken Into custody
and their places closed
WANTED A solicitor for tho Stand
ard In the city Call nt Standard of
flco after C p in
He Likes OgdenPo L Moron of
tho Moran Construction company of
Salt Lake Is in Ogden attending to
business affairs Ho states that his
company anticipates establishing an
office In Ogden Some Salt Lakers
say they dont like Ogden but I do
I like to do business In Ogdon and
with Ogden people and nothing ploas
es me bettor than to have occasion
to visit the city said Mr Moran
while speaking of the prospects of
his company establishing an office
here
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Finest carnations in Ogdon fresh
cut every day Cauliflower planls I
cabbage plants and tomato plants in I
fine shape Either nundrcd or thous
and lots Varneys Boll S13K Ind
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School Pnrtleo Kindergarten teach
er Miss Florence Pohlson and her
assistant Miss Inez Cortez of the
Central school charmingly entertain
od the little kindergarten children on
the school lawn yesterday afternoon
School officials and tho grade BIIJICP
visor of the city schools Miss Spin
goon were Invited gucfltfl Tho party
was a delightful tea party tho llttlo
tots doing the serving and entertain
ing and they made tho hearts of this
guests glad with their pleasant little
smiles and affable manners Songs
and games were Indulged In A sim
ilar party was given at tho Plngroo
schools this morning At these par
ties the mothers of tile children are
made guests of honor
560 cash nUTS a ton of Best Rock
Springs on tho market Phone 27
John Farr
All kinds of coal 560 cash deliv
ered M L Jones Coal Co
Blsraark Chilo ana sandwich bar
Imported and Domestic Delicatessen
Sanitary Gas Cooking
Kodak finishing Trlpp 310 25th
street
ROBBERS ARE
CAU6IIT AT
REESE
Deputy Sheriffs Murphy and Burk
after an clghtconmlln automobile trip
this afternoon arrested John Hackott
and John Cazalato at Baglcy on tho
Southern Pacific cutoff on the charge
of burglary In the third degree With
in three hours after tho men had
committed the crime and had traveled
a number of miles west the officers
had them in custody at the county
JailAbout
About noon a telephone message
was rccched at tho sheriffs ofllco
from Mrs White of Reese In the West
Weber district stating that two men
had entered her bruise and stolon a
lot of goods Tho ofllcons secured an
automobile and wont to Reese Up
on their arriving at tho White resi
dence they wore Informed that the
two men had gone west on the South
ern Pacific track Being furnished
with a good description tie officers
started In pursuit
At the station of Bugley tho men
were overtaken and placed under ar
rest They had In their possession
several sacks filled with groceries and
eatables stolen from tho White resi
dence
IH MUNICIPAL GOU T
In tho civil division of the munici
pal court this morning W A Cardon
ot nl commenced suit against C E
Graham to recover the sum of 3035
alleged to be duo on an open account
Dr D M Conroy Is suing Nathan
G Coffin for 47 claimed to be due
for professional services
The case of the NortonThomas
company vs R F lAmbert brought
to the Ogden court from Croydon was
dismissed on motion of the defend
ant tho grounds for tho dismissal be
ing that the papers In the case were
Imperfect A now complaint was filed
KENTUCKY RACES
ARE NOT SO GOOD
LOUISVILLE Ky May 1lAtter
tho crush attendant upon derby day
the crowd which Journeyed to the
track today was comparatively small
The card was poor and ahowcrn In the
morning made tho course a little Blow
Tho management today put on the 2
and 10 machines In placo of tho s
and UO machines wed yetbr
FIRE CHIEF
CAN HELD
ON DUTY
The now fire chief A B Canflcld
nanumed control of tho Ogden fire de
partment yesterday afternoon ami
was found at his office at station No
1 this morning busily engaged In his
duties
Mr Canficld takes hold of the de
partment with the ease and compos
had In
lire of ono who has oxperloncn
that direction He served something
over five years In fighting fires In
the city and ho says it comes quite
natural to him to got hack in the har
nose
nosRHo docs not anticipate making any
changes in the arrangement of things
for tho present at least and ho hopes
to give the people the very best ser
vice possible
ORPiilEUM
A capacity audience attended both
the matinee and the evening per
formanco at the Orphoum Theater yes
terday where a clover rendition of
Arizona Is being given by a very
clover company Mr Elmer Booth
In tho role of Henry Camby the
ranch owner compares favorably with
Theodore Roberts the original Cam
by That the company Is going to be a
success there Is no doubt and con
sidering the class of plays to which
Ogden Is to bo treated to at popular
prices no reason can be seen why
crowded houses should not prevail
each evening
ECUO Of A
KJlLINfi IN
ELKO
What might be termed a caRe In
real life of Woman Against Worn
nn IK before Judge Howell In the dis
trict court Alice E Klallngbury Is su
ing Joseph B Evnns administrator of
tho estate of J D Carroll deceased
The action is brought to recover 2
250 which is alleged to have been
loaned to Carroll by tho plaintiff In
this action who is In court with her
attorney aa Is Mrs Carroll widow
or the deceased Tho women flit at
the tables with their attorneys taking
a keen Interest In the case and con
ferring with counsel at frequent In
to rva is
The action as irst died in the dis
trict court was against f D Carroll
and Walker Brothers bank of Salt
Lake City
On October 2C Carroll died at El
ko Nevada as tbo icsult of a gun
shot wound Inflicted by a woman of
the underworld who was a tenant of
a hoiiso owned by Carroll The action
was then changed and tho adminis
trator of tho Carroll estate was made
tho defendant
Tho first witness for the plaintiff
in the case the hearing of which will
probably occupy two days was Guy
Harbin of Elko Ho testified that
he wan deputy sheriff of Elko county
Nevada and was In partnership with
Carroll In that ho owned a half In
terofit In three sporting houses in
IClko which rented for 180 per month
He stated that ho had often heard
Carroll say prior to hlR death that he
owed the plaintiff money
Undfr crosaexamlnatlon the wit
ness admitted that he had referred
to tho plaintiff as Alice nnd had
corresponded with her regarding the
Indebtedness of Carroll
lIe testified that onehalf of the USO
rent was placed In an Elko hank each
month to tho credit of the Carroll
estate of which Mrs Carroll and
daughter wore the heirs The wit
ness was reluctant in admitting that
he was a deputy sheriff as won as
the landlord of sporting houses In tho
same county and town
Harbin wns on the stand when the
noon recess was taken
At the afternoon session Deputy
Sheriff Harbin of Elko was further
crossexamined after which Alice
Klsllngbiiry the plaintiff was put on
the stand Her testimony was In re
lation to tho loaning of tho money to
Carroll Under crossexamination she
admitted that fihe rented the sporting
houses nt Elko of Harbin and Carroll
and conducted them as such She was
on the stand as this report closed
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following real estate transfers
have been filed for record with the
county recorder
William E Robinson aud wife to
Peter J Graver lots 1J 45 46 nnd 17
block 3 Highland Place addition
Consideration 130
Tames Stewart to Sarah A W Stew
art part of the northwest quarter of
section 34 township 7 north range 2
west Consideration 1
Charles II Funk and wife to Rosa
N Ilartog part of lot 10 block 60
plat C Consideration 1160
Rosa N Hartoc to Charles H Funk
part of lot 10 block 66 plat C Con
sideration 13320
TAfT AND ROOSEVflT
BOTH ARE BLAMED
NEW YORK May 11 Neither Prcr
Ident Taft nor former President Roose
velt escaped criticism In the report
of the executive committee of tba
Civil Service assocation made tonght
at the annual mooting of the associa
tion The committee believes re
sponsibility for the customs frauds
rests upon the executive ofllccrs of
the customs department who under
Roosevelt It charged were products
of the opolls system
ANTEDClea white rnc3 at tho
Standard
JEFFRIES GIVES ARMSTRONG
AND CHOYNSKI BLACK EYES
Ben Lomond CIII rlay 12ln this
mornings bouts with Armstrong and
Choynnkl JoffrleB JrCMn ted each of
His sparring partners with a discolored
tvc Tho retired ohamnlon continued
to show the speed which marked his
work yesterday and gave ach of his
parlniTs a grilling session Armstrong
came out of the battle with n severely
bruiBcd face with a halfInch square
of skin pcolcrl off the ear
landing twice In rapid ouccoBsion
on Choynskla rlsht eyo Jeffries
caiiHed the optic to change color al
most instantly
When time was called on tho flnnl
round Choynakl was bleeding from
tho mouth in view of his showing
thlc morning the big follow decided
that his days work was done by noon
and be was ready to tike things easy
for the remainder of the day
WORTULESS
PACKA6ES
C0 O D
Something In the nature of a mys
tery surrounds the arrival in this city
Inst night of ten separate and distinct
express packages addressed to well
known residents and having charges
of 71 cents each The little packages
excited no especial attention this
morning when they wore turned over
to Warren Shurtllff driver for the
WellsForgo Express company for de
liver and collection but a little Inter
the packages became the subject of
moro or less Irascible comment Tho
first package to be delivered was ad
dressed to R J Cheney a foreman
employed in tho department on the
bench who resides at 749 Twenty
third street Mrs Cheney refused to
accept the package or pay the 35
cents C O D charges until the box
was opened by Driver Shurtllff This
was done and an examination brought
out the fact that the box contained
two dozen cheap envelopes and prob
ably five cents worth of cheap writing
paper Mrs Cheney declares that no
orders were given for the stationery
and like all others to whom the pack
ages wore addressed refused to accept
the o
Ar hlo Blgolow W R Garrison and
seven or eight other citizens also re
ceived similar packages The C O
D charges In each cane was 35 cents
and express charges added to this
made a total charge of 75 cents
The packages cnrmi from Salt Lake
and the return envelope directed that
the C 0 D money should bo deliver
ed to R A McDonald 670 Markca
avenue Salt Lake City
For obvious reasons Express Agent
Lamdin refuses to filvc a list of those
to whom packages wore addressed but
he admits that ton packages wore ro
cclved and that none of them had
yet been accepted by those to whom
they are addressed
The Impression obtains that an er
ror of some kind has occurred as ii
IB not believed that an attempt at
fraud would bo worked In this way
where the scheme Is 80 easily trace
able and where the total sum col
lected would only aggregate 3 50 for
McDonald
Local Agent Lamdin Is investigating
tho matter with the companys agent
at Salt Lake
HORSES FOR
RACES ARE
ARRIVINfi
Manager Roy Shumway of the Wa
satch Jocltoy club which will conduct
tho tenday race meet at tho Fair
Grounds track beginning May 21 an
nounced today the officers ot the club
John D Murphy of Ogdon will be
judgo F A Lowe Salt Lako associ
ate judge Karl G McQualdo nccro
tary and clerk Joseph Wobor San
Francisco starter W D Rlschel
Salt Lake paddock Judge and timer
Manager Shumway stated that twen
ty homes arrived In Ogden today C
B Irwin with twelve head of tine best
runners will arrive In tho morning
Others are expected dally from Oak
land
landHe says that things look lively at
the track In the mornings with the
runners In their tryouts
The club looks for a most success
ful meeting and one that will be prop
er conducted There will bo no
bookmaking In the grandstand and
only reliable bookmakers will be al
lowed to be present
0R THREE SHIFTS
ON Nt COUNTY JAIL
SALT LAKE May HThree gangs
of structural steel workers will com
mence the work of placing the steel In
the new county jail on Second East
street tomorrow or Friday and will
endeavor to complete the now jail by
June L The Paul Jail company of St
Louis which has the contract for the
erection of the steel work and calls In
the new jail has entered into a con
tract with John Mnnsey business
agent for the local structural iron
workers by which three shifts of eight
hours each will he employed In put
ting the steel and cells Into position
Every available union man will be
employed but If there are not sulfl
cleat union mon in the city to com
plete tIle Job on time It Is understood
that nonunion men shall be employ
ed The contract contains a no
strike clause should It be necessary
to employ nonunion men All of the
steel for the cells IK now In this city
and with tho arrival of tho Paul fore
tomorrow the work
man tonight or
will be commenced
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STRIKE IN COTTON MILL
CENTRAL FALLS R L May 11
Five hundred emploYee of the United
Stales Cotton mills wore thrown out
of work today by a strike of 120 weavers
Increases of 10 per cent
ers for wage
The entire plant WRB closed
NEVADA CON LISTED
NEW YORK May 11rhe stock
of the Nevada Consolidated Copper
compan was listed on the Now York
Stock exchange today The company I
has bean authorized to Ust 10000000
of stock
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lullS LEGS CUT
OFF BY A
TRAIN
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Costra Kolovlch a laborer employ
ed at the Lakeside quarry was run
over by a work train this morning at
1030 oclock and had both of his legs
out off Kolovlch ran under a flat
car to avoid an exploding blast and
while lying across the track the train
started up the truck catching him be
fore ho could escape
The accident was reported at Sup I
erintendent Mansons office and Dr
Ioyco and nurses were Bent out to
Lakeside on a apodal train to caro I
for the Injured man and to bring him
hero to the General hospital
POSSES IN PURSUIT
OF THE TRAIN ROBBERS
Phoenix Ariz May 12PoBses
headed by Sheriff Hc den of Maricopa
county today found the trail of the
bandits who held up train No 1C of
the Arizona Eastern railroad near
here last night and robbed the pas
sengers of 1000 The trail was
picked UD near Cnsa Grande whero
the robbers made camp early today
It has been discovered that the rob
bers rented their horses from a local
Ivory stable yesterday morning say
Ing they would be gone ail day
It Is surmised that one of the ban
dits Is a man who recently escaped
from jail at Maricopa vag recaptured
by a Los Angeles officer who wag en
route to Phoenix for him and escaped
a second time This man Is known
to have arrived In Maricopa count
with a companion and but recently
escaped from the California reforma
tory at Whittier He is Floyd Armen
trout
The country being crossed by the
bandits and the posse Is a stretch of
desert It is believed Impossible for
the men to escape
cnILDREN
NUMJRFR
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Mrs Marian Bens one of the pioneer
women of Weber county who died at
the family resilience at Burch Crock
Tuesdaj afternoon of general debH
Ity ut tho age of 97 years was one
of the statos earliest residents She
Is survived by five children flfiyono
grandchildren nlnetyninn great
grandchildren and six groatgreat
grandchildren
Mrs Bone was born at Piedmont
Italy April 15 1813 She became a
membor of the Mormon church In tho
early fifties and emigrated to Amer
ica In 1850 she made tho Journey
across the plains with the pioneers
pushing a handcart Upon reaching
Ilah she and her hiiKband Michael
located at Burch Creek In rcber
county which has been their homo
slncn
Tho deceased was an active mem
ber In the Relief Society circle of
the church lu tho county and has been
a loyal and faithful worker Tho
children are JamcH Heus Hooper
Paul Bens Burch Creek L P Bcii3
Soda Springs Mrs Mnry Preast
Union Idaho Mrs MadelIne Cardon
Benson Utah
Tho funeral services will bo held
Saturday afternoon at one oclock at
tho First Ward mooting house Tho
body will lie In state at tho homo of
Paul Ecus at Burch Creek Friday
aftornoon and Saturday forenoon Till
Interment will be III the City ceme
tery
terLAUNCUINfi
LAUNCUINfi OF
TOE FLORIDA
New York May 12Flying the
white starred ensign of the United
States navy at nor helm the stars
and stripes at her stern and the gay
signal pennants along the 520 feet of I
I her deck line the battleship Florida
the biggest of the American Dread
noughts built thus far was success I
fully launched at the Brooklyn navy I
jard today In the presence of tho i
vice president of the United States
the secretary the navy the naval
attaches of all the powers and a
crowd of 50000 enthusiasts whom In
termittent rains had failed to keep
away
awoThe
The 21825ton fighting leviathan
built to carry ten 12inch guns the
concentrated big gun fire of five or
dinary battleships glided down the
ways to the strains of The Star
Spangled Banner
PfACE GONfERtr
C0MT0 ClOSE
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HARTFORD Conn May HAt
the cloning of the Now England arbi
tration and peace congress In session
hero ior the last four days resolu
tions were adopted expressing obliga
tions to past and present lenders In
the pence propaganda Sympathetic
reference was made to the late King
Edward who is termed Edward tho
Peacemaker
PROMINENT LAWYER DIES
WASHINGTON May 11 Llewellyn
A Shaver who for fourteen years had
represented the interstate commerce
commission In all Its Important cases
died today
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THE NEW AUTOSPRING FEATURES
It will pay you to investigate before buying
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier I
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halveraom Asst Cashr
j G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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No Heat Except
Where Needed
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Dishes hotfood well
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1 cookedkitchen cool No
underdone foodno
no I
overheated kitchen in
summer Everything hot
when wanted Heat un
der perfect control and
ti concentrated
I 1 The blue flame is all 1
k heabno smokeno 11
odorno dirt These are
some of the advantages in using the I
New Per eefiott
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Oil Coktove
It has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food
hot Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans and nickeled
towel racks
It has long turquoiseblue enamel chimneys The nickel
finish with the bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove very
attractive invites cleanliness Made with 1 2 and 3 burners
the 2 and 3burner stoves can bs had with or without Cabinet
CAtmONAHY NOTE De virt you ret Ills Msventellul jknamtplatereads NhW PllilcnOf
EvcrJ dealer everywhere if not At ypurs wrUo for Descriptive Circular
to the nearest igeacy of tho
Continental Oil Company
Incorporated
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Oanderirie i
GROWS HAIR
and we can
PROVE IT
A lAdy from Mmneiota write I
As a reMill of tibiae Danderine my
hair is close to five feet in length
Beautiful Hair At Small Cost
AIR troubles like iiiauy other < liieit i
HAIR bceu vrroncly diagnosed and alto
gether misunderstood The hair itself U
not the thine to be treated for the reason that 4 S
it Is imply a product of the scalp and wholly
dependent upon its action The scalp 19 the very
null In vrbicli the hair is produced nurtured and
eronn and it atone should receive the attention
It results ore to lie expected It ould do no
earthly ood lo teat the stem of II plant with a f
ietv of maLltie il crow anil become more baa
tlfnf the soil la which the plant irrowa mutt be
attended to Therefore the cb in which tbo i
hair grow mOnt receive tho attention if you aro
to expect it to ir ow and become more bAutiluL
Iou of hair N enured by the scalp drylu uP
or lo ine Its supply of uioistme or nutriaeni
vrhetfl alJuel occur the senlp hit limply lost
nil Its nourishment lenviojr nothlnc for the hair
to feed upon II plant or even a tree would die
under niuilnr condition
The natural thtor to do In either cue Is to
feed amid replenish the Mil or scalp OR the clUe V O I
mar be sad our crop will crow and njultiply I
AS nature Intended xhouM I
Knowlton Danderine Ii u o moil wonderful
effect upon the heir BIncia and titiutt of lb t
scalp It U tho onlT remedy for the haIr eTrr
dUeovcred that is iimilar to tho natural hair
food or IkjuW of tho calp
U penelratei the porrs quicllv end the haIr
11
soon howt the effects Of iH wonderfully eihlU I
rctJu and producing qualities
One ZJcent bottle is enouch to convince you i
of 1U grout worth as o hair ertmln nail hair I
beaiitlfyiuc remedy try It and ice for youn lf
NOW at nil drugguta in three oixes yl
25c SOc and 100 per bottle C I m
r 1 1
I FREE To nciwewlmmeendnmnrgnm hoiv how quickly Oiaii I I
Cal j frcchrlurnJ1IIIIIO to AnroncITho I i
this nIs Ihls tree coupon to the I fir
Oil KNuiJlfcNoaHOEBM CO ClllCtGO ILL J I
I with their uJme oDd au rjrruand iCc I i r
f in silver or stamps to pay postage b
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