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r 6 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1910 t 1J < 1
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Sale of Fine
Lingerie Waists I
Tho hot season calls for the
dainty lingerie waist K yon
have worn the opera waist you
know what they are in fit
quality workmanship
THIS SAL TAKES THE
ENTIRE STOOK
h 750 and 650 values 495
500values 375
400 and 150 values 275
Sizes 34 to 44 No Approvals
i Cream Linen Suits with
black velvet collar and cuff
Very smart style 1350 val
ues 073
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352 2itli St
MULLERsl a
2582 WASH AVE
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PAPERHANGERS
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HANGERS AND CLEANERS
PAINTING AND DECORAT
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Paint your residence now The i
dry season is the best time for out I
side painting We guarantee our f
work for 5 years
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STENCD FROM I
TUE DEAD
F BODIES
Officers of the Union Portland
Cement company state that since the
calamitous explosion at the cement
plant In Weber canyon about a month
ago a force oC men have boon con
stantly at work with a steam shovel
clearing away the great mass of
earth that piled In the tunnel at tho
quarry covering seventeen men I
Jt has been a heroic struggle to ex
huine the bodies ruthlessly hurled to
eternity and buried under thousands or j
tons of earth but up to this time j
only four bodies have been un i
earthed Hope still fills the hearts I
of the rescuers and tho friends and
relatives who have walled patiently
for the recovery of the dead bodies
of loved ones The great body of I
earth is nearly removed and the
Blench at thp place of operation Indi I
cates that the bodies will soon be re j
moved There are thirteen men un I
accounted for I
It Is expected that the bodies will
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be found In a heap Inasmuch as tho
point where they arc entombed waft I
so close to the point of the explosion I
and completely encompassed by the
walls of the tunnel that it is not likb
r ly that they were thrown far The
tunnel at the time of the explosion
extended into the mountain fifty feet
and tho face of the mountain was
composed of solid limestone about 150
TfceU high This mass of rock was i
broken over the tunnel so that the
work oC removing it sufficiently to
Enable the workmen to find the bod
ics of the men entombed has neon of i
mammoth proportions The work of
the steam shovel has been confined to
thn tunnel proper but as the nearby
rock and earth have been cleared
away more has caved into the place
and necessitated the removal of many
4 more tons of earth
At ono time it was feared that an
other explosion might take place
because it was discovered that there
were a number of kegs of powder In
tthe tunnel that had not been explod
I Oil and It wns feared that it might be
I touched off by the metal Instru
r gents with which the rescuers were
workjng
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1 MEETING OF DUCK GLUB
There will be a meeting Promon
tolD l club nt LivingetonsCafe
teria 237C Wash AVP Wednesday
evening Juno 29 at S oclock All
I members nro requested to attend and
oibdrs who are IntorcBted as have se I
cured land to build on
AWOMAN FAllS
r DEAD AT DEPOT
Passenger From Evanston on Her Way to See a Daughter in Salt
Lake City Drops From a Passenger Train and Expires
Before Medical Aid Can Be Summoned
As train Xo 3 of be Union Pacific
stopped at the depot this morning
Mrs Susan Bryan who had been a I
passenger from Evanston stopped off I
and fell to the ground in what was
I thought to be a faint but which upon
investigation proved to be serious
The woman was carried into the de
I pot and an ambulance called but be
fore aid could arrive she expired I
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from heart trouble
It was learned later that she was
I from England and had been visiting
her children In this country having
just completed a visit to her daughter
I in Rawlins and she was on her way I
to see her youngest daughter in Salt
lnke when stricken down
I The body was taken to tho Hcaton
Klrkondall undertaking rooms where
I itmethho prepared for burial
HOlDUPS PUZZLE
I THE DETECTIVES
Three Railroad Men Arrested as Suspects Are Released After Prov
ing Their Innocence Officers Are Left Without a Clue
Strange Withdrawal of Posses From the Field
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Tho officers investigating the hold
up of an Oregon Short Line train
Sunday night apparently are on the
dark side as far as the real culprits
themselves are concerned as there
seems tobe no trace of evidence
which would connect any of those al
ready under suspicion or those whom
the police have gathered in from the
Surrounding country and as to the
three men who were reported lo bo
under arrest at Brigham Cltq Sheriff
Josephson of that place states that he
does not know anything of a suspic
ious nature against them
lillian I WillsJe who Is the super
intendpnt of the Pinkerton agency at
Salt Lake has charge of the hunt for
the holdups and while he refuses
to give out anything for publication
ifls thought that he has some import
ant clues which ho is running down
The fact that there are no posses
in the field today Is interpreted as
meaning that either the officers are
purposely relaxing their efforts in
his direction so as to draw the men
out of hiding if they are In the
jungle or that the have assurances
that the men are In the Immediate
vicinity of Ogden
But so far as the real work on the
case Is concerned both the railroad
ifflceis and the city police and de =
teethes arc working overtime
Officers Mohlman and Crompton ar
rested three men yesterday all of
whom wore lailrord men and who
gave their names as V1 Gurvln 133
Poplar avenue A P Knowl and D
1C Dale > Thorp men were spending
ix lot of money yesterday in the red
light district and their spending free
ly caused suspicion to rest upon thorn
50 the officers brought Garvin and
Knowl in lo the station and upon
starling a bunt for Dale had a little
excitement It appear that Dale went
dcwn the steps leading lo the Ness
Procofs Cleaning company and asked
Sam Miller who Is the proprietor how
soon he could press a suit for him and
upon being told he changed his mind
and aslced Miller If he could get out
of bib place by the back door as
tome gamblers up on the street who
were trying to gel his money Miller
Jointed the way and in this way
Dale eluded the officers who were fol
lowing him i
When Miller came out of his place
of business the officer asked him as
to the fellow who went down in his
place a short time before whereupon
Miller told him that he had gone out
the hack way Miller accompanied
the policeman around the different
streets MI an endeavor to again Jo
case Dale
Miller was told that if he saw the
fellow to phone to the station but n
short time alter ho left the policeman
he again espied Dale and followed
him lo the Central looming house
and Informed the police station and
Mohlman and Crompton were sent
over Dale did not resist In any way
but accompanied the officers
It later developed that these men
could give a good account of them
selves and that nothing could be
proved against them In alp way
other than that they wore spending
money freely and they wore ordered
released
Not the Men
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When Garvin Know and Dale the
three men who were being held In
connection with the holdup wore
brought before Baggageman J M
Heed this afternoon be stated posi
tively that they were not the men
and also said that he would know
the men who compelled him to hold
the bag In which the passengers bad
to deposit their valuables amoug a
thousand This point is consld > re + l
eery Important and it is thought nUb
gagpiuitn Reed will be called on li
the course of another twontwfour
lioiirs to Identify other suspects
Mr Upod said further that Ibcro
were oulv two men lie nspo the
ns to this Alter they had completed 1
their work he stated that her wont
I towards town and this tnUniPnt up
seta the bnssr + tlioor It also sub
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h
stantiates the statement of Hathen
brnck that there were only two men
PInkerton detectives special ofllcers
of the railroad companies home offi
cers and detectives are at their wits
end to solve the mystery of the rob
bery
That there were but two men con
nected with the robbery has tended
to explode the theory of tho rubber
tired rig and the failure of the train
crew to Identify any of he mon ar
rested as suspects has placed the of
ficers In a state bewilderment
Brakeman Halhenbruck slates that
the two men who robbed the train
started toward Ogden afoot on the
railroad track uflcr the train had
been released end young Wheeler of
Slatervllle says there wore only two
men In he buggy ho saw driving from
the scene of the robbery and that at
that time the holdup was being per
petrated He says It was at 330 p
m and his mother confirms his state
ment as to the time Hence It would
seem quite Impossible for tho men
who robbed the train to bo the ones
that drove west In a tubbertlred bug
gy Stone the man driving the sprink
ling wagon says there were three men
In the buggy when he saw them driv
Ing down Second street toward tho
point of tho holdup
But tho fact still remains that the
rig was traced to the very borders of
Great Salt Lake and in a circuitous
route turned back toward the settle
ments and that the rig has not been
I seen nor heard of since It made tho
turn toward Slatorvllle If the mln
bets were not driving the rig the of
ficers are wondering why those who
were driving It do not appear and
clear up the rubbertired rig mystery
The officers are not giving out much
Information It may bo that they do
not care to do so at this time and It
may be that they have nothing new to
give or may be that what they are
giving are misleading statements
hence the apparent muddle of things
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DlEWll
fRErE DANCE
Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays
Good music large dance hall
I i CABRA6E IS
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j CAUSE OF
Ii Ii ROW
According to the testimony given
before Judge Daglcy In the criminal
division of the municipals court this
mornng Frank Chucketts au employe
of the railroad company entered lie
cabbage patch of G Borkweg Mon
day evening ana was about to carry
away a few hells when the owner
came along and put a sudden stop to
the proceuure and thereby hangs a
talc
Instead of being charged with peMt
larceny Frank was accused of tis
Sault aiij battery on the person of
Mr Borkweg When Borkweg ac
costed Cbecketts In the cabbage
patch and rather unceremoniously
compelled him to drop the cabbage
a number of harsh words ensued and
Borkweg used the toe of his shoe and
his flats Chccketts said n few things
about tbo sauerkraut Dutchman
I among other things that he dared
not do that outside of his own cab I
I bage patch Borltwcg started to get
cn the outside of his Held to further
I assert his authority regarding the pro
tection of his crop when Checketts
landed a straight arm punch to the
right The optic was discolored by
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G O
ORACLE IISiSGLOBE OIE
a The attendance at our Souvenir Matinees ha s increased wonderfully in the past few weeks on ac
1 count of those beautiful Lace and Ribbon Trimmed threepiece suits of Ladies Muslin Underwear
These are the most expensive gifts we have ever m acle and they are well worth trying for I
ji o 7 i < REMEMBER WEVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER AND THEYLL SOON BE GONE
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f Twowillbe given away Wednesday at the RACLE and two at the GLOBE Thursday two will
be given away at the ISIS
Ourpictures this week include some of the b cst features we have shown in a number of weeks
We can guaranteo youll be pleased with the pictures in anyof the four houses I
ELECTRIC FANS IN ALL HOUSES II i
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the force of the blow and the nose 1
ir nealcd
The court wn sbrought face to face
with Borkwegs facial disfigurement
as mute evidence of the encounter
Checketts did not deny the attempt
at stealing the mans cabbage or that
ho struck him In the fucc but he
salt he would not have struck tho
man had be struck him In the face
but he said he would not have struck
the man had ho acted like a man
and lot him pay for the cabbage
Judge Bagley sentenced the defend
ant to pay n fine of XI0
EXCURSION TO PINGREE
IDAHO
Account Land Opening at Pingree
the Oregon Short Line will sell round
trip tickets from Ogden at rate x510
on July 1st and 2nd good returning
July 5th City Ticket Office 2511
Washington avenue E A Sbcwc C
P T A
LEAf WEEVil DOING
DAMAGE TO CROPS
Immense damage IB being done the
alfalfa crop by the leaf weevil accord
ing to Dr E G Titus of the agrlojl
torah college For years the pest has
ravaged Salt Lake county and Dr
Titus says the effects of ltd destruc
tive worm arc now apparent from
the North Davis county line to three
miles below Provo and from Too
City to Park City and Coalvllle In
all the cantons in Salt Lake and Sum
mit counties the pest Is prevalent
and the Insects have now grown to
such a size that they are taking wing
and spreading all over the district af
fected
The farmers of the state are doln
everything possible to prevent the
spread of the pest Some have
cured street sweeping machines it
Is said and arc using them In sweep
ing farms aDd killing millions of the
Insects Scientific mon of ho state
are doing all they can to help In the
light but they have not yet been con
spicuously successful In arresting the
spread of the pest
D06 hestMEkT
AND A BAD
MIX = UP
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Josle Warwick and Snsio Jones col
ored women stated In police court
this morning that thoy were guilty of
vagrancy The court lined them l I
each In default of payment which
they will have to serve fifteen days
in lire city Jail
Susie said sho had been in the city
only a few hours when arrested and
that she had not committed any of
fense She pleaded with the court to
permit her to leave the city but her
pleadings were all in vain The court
felt that there are Too many color
ed women in the city committing dep
redations
Joslcs case was rather an extraor I
dinary onen which Chief Detective
James Pender figured conspicuously
MrPender stated on the witness stand
that as he went home last evening he
carried a little meat for tho dog and
that In some unaccountable way ho
dropped It on the pavement Miss
War ick was near and she picked up
the parcel and started away with It
The detective called lo her telling her
that the parcel belonged to him and
that it was meat for his dog The lady
dd not at first heed him but she fin
ally stopped and entered Into a con
orsalion with tho detective In which
she made unbecoming proposals to
himThe
The detective placed the woman un
der arrest andbrought her tothe city
jail
When asKd whether she had any
thing lo say to refllto what the detec
thc had said she replied that she did
not care to spenk
I dont care what Mr Ponder says
about me There would be no use for
me to deny iL Just give me my sen
tence and let It go at that Josie
mumbled
Peter Fisher was charged with vio
lating Ihc bicycle ordinance yester
day and he deposited 5 with the desk
sergeant for his appearance in court
but when his name was called this
I morning he failed to respond and the
hall u rlS rnrfnttnd
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OR6AN IZINfi
TilE RETAIL
CLERKSI
William A Piggott of the Stale
Federation of Labor is organizing the
retail clerks of the city into a union
lint Is expected to become a part of
the state organization He states that
I he is meeting with success and that
during the past dn > or two over 100
clerks have applied for membership
In the new union Mr Plggott states
that the Ogden Retail Clerks union
will be the largest union in the city
The organization will likely have
200 to 300 members It Is stated that
most of the merchants of the city fa
vor the organization
JUNE BRiDES ARE
QUITE NUMEROUS
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The marriage licensed issued today
wore us follows Earl W Stone
Lakeside and Ethel M Lance Rock
land Idaho William Herman Wag
nor and Mrs Elizabeth Wngnen pg
den Clarence Flint and Ada Young
Kuysvlllfi Lorin M Paul and Nellie I
J Thompson Salt Lake Thom 4 A
DeVIne and May floss Ogden
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Assistant Surgeon Ambler Bpat
ton foimorly an Ogden high xcliool i
boy graduated at the Liberal Arts
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college has completed his junior year
at the Northwestern Medical school
aud has been appointed assistant sur
geon In a large hospital of Chicago
The hospital has an average of fitly
caseS day
AN EXTRAORDINARY
DIVORCE NOTICE
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IMS Angeles Cal Juno 2r1A doc
ument which tho Judge himself class
efras extraordinary was filed yester
day in tho divorce division of the su
I perior court It was au advance not
ice served by Frank Holyoke a
wealthy Pasadenan that In one year
he would apply for a divorce from
his wife
The Instrument wasa petition to the
court to order the taking of deposi
tions now Holyoke explained his re
quest was prompted by tho fact that
a physician who was to he one of
tho chief witnesses is of such an
advanced age that he IB likely to die
before the case comes to trial and
that a hotel proprietor also a pros
pective witness may not be within
the state wben called Holyoke with
held his reason for delaying his ac
tion for a year
NOTICE TO NATIONAL CASH
REGISTER USERS
1 carry on hand at Salt Lake a full
line of cash register supplies tapes
ribbons check paper etc and all or
ders for these should be sent to me
Drop me a card when needing any
thing Oscar Groshell No 249 State
St FIJI PrCKS
W fflT MAN
Says Jeffries Will Bore
in and Defeat
Johnson
Victoria B C June 20Dob Fitz
slmmons who arrived on tho Maramn
from Sydney last night picks Jeffries
as the winner in Mondays battle for
the worlds championship He thinks
the fight will go over twenty rounds
Johnson he believes while clover has
not tho punch
He met Frank SlaIn his old oppon
ent and also an Australian who
picks Johnson The two argued the
case pro and con but parted still of
their original opinion
I Any fight Is uncertain as a horse
race and this one particularly but
I my ow nopinlon is well known John
eon wont stand lang before the mass
ive strength and tho bearlike tenacity
of Jeffries providing he is in shape
said Fltzslminous who is en route to
Reno 1 havent seen Jeffries jet
nor have I had a chance of sizing up
Johnson but 1 believe that the negro
will wilt before the big fellow
Mrs Fitzsimmons Is like her hus
band backer of the big fellow
Oh I am sure Jeffries will win
she said In answer to a query
Then Fitzsimmons went on to tell
how ho thought Jeffries would win
Johnson was a splendid defensive
fighter Ho was rather a hard man to
get but he never was one to force
hostilities Jeffries on the other
hand was one who bored right in to
the thick of It who shut his jaws and
took what was coming to him and
gave just a little hit more Every
thing depends on Jeffries condition
rnd he had confidence that he was
in proper shape
Ive retired replied FltJislrnmons
in answer to a query no more for
me
meOf
Of his defeat In his engagement
with Lang In Australia the exheavy
weight champion talked volubly
I should never have been put out
he remarked Lang Is something of
a Joke I wasnt feeling well All
my training was In the optn and I
got a touch of rheumatism When I
stepped Into tho ring I was sore and
stiff If I had been In anything like
shape there would have been noth
ing to It
IMPORTANT CHANGE EF
FECTIVE JULY 1 1910
A twelveminute car service will be
operated on Twcntyllfth and Twenty
second streets and Wall Avenue i
lines giving a six minute service be
tween the Union Depot and Washing 1
Ion Avenue
The PUBLIC should cooperate with
the Company In maintaining this ser
vice by being at the proper place at
the proper time as time is limited and
cars cannot wall
OGDEN RAPID TRANSIT CO
By J W BAILEY Supt
A GOOD SALT LAKE HOTEL
Is tbo Now Windsor in the heart of
the city Ilyriim Baird Prop
Wedding Bells License to marry
were issued by the county clerk yes
terday to the following Oscar E
Hndley and Verna Grccnwell both of
West Weber John B Callahan and
Sophia A Munro both of Ely Ne
A Burnt Child
Dreads Fire
Before Youre SICK or HURT
Protect Your Income
7 CENTS A DAY
Keeps Your Saving Safe I
I Pays Doctors Bills
Eases Your Mind
The Greatest Health and Accident
Insurance Company in the World
is THE
Continental Casualty Company
H G BUuodff Pre dal CHICAGO
EVERY TIME THE CLOCK
TICKS Every Working Hour
IT PAYS
A Dime lo Somebody Some
where who ia SICK or HURT
More Than 1000000 a Year Ask
MR WALTER RICHEY
24381 Washington Avenue
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I Somefihing eVery hour in the day at the Fair It t
t Groundso Under the management of the 1
Ogden Baseball Association and tbe Fourth
i July Committee i
I THE MORNING PROGRAM vie
G 900 A MNational salute of 13 guns a nnouncing tho opening of the days festivities
910 A mAscent of enormous Hirayama Imperial Japanese Day Shells filling the fi
air with figures of flags animals fish birds c olcred floating clouds human figures etc t
4t Great entertainment for the little folks as th ese figures fall to the ground and are taken g <
home as souvenirs c
920 A MFoo Race No1 boys under 10 30 yardsCash Prize 300
s Foot Race No2 boys under 10 30 yardsCash Prize 300 °
Foot Race No3 boys under 10 30 yards Cash Prize 300
Foot Race No4 boys under 15 40 yardsCash Prize 300 +
P FootRace No 51 boys under 15 40 yards Cash Prize 300 > LU a
m Foot Race No Q boys under 1540 yardsCash Prize 300 R
Foot Race No7 girls under 10 25 yards Cash Prize 300
v Foot Race No8 girls under 15 30 yards Cash Prize 300
iSP Boys Shetland Pony Race onefourth milePrize 500
P Girls Shetland Pony Race onofourth milePrize 500
m Beginning promptly at 10 oclock and lasting until 11 there will be a GRAND AER
IAL DISPLAY OF SALUTES AND JAPANE NOVELTY SHELLS THAT FAIRLY 0
MAKE IT RAIN STREAMERS SERPENT WHIRLGIGS PARACHUTES SPREAD
ERS etc enabling every one in attendance to take home souvenirs of the occasion and at A
ITS the same time enjoy the privilege of witnessing the grandest and most pleasing exhibition I
1 of the Old Worlds famous manufacturers sp ecimens of day fireworks i
1m At 1130 clock a m the morning pro gram will close and the grounds will be clear I
m ed for the afternoon i
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a AFTERNOON PROGRAM a I
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m Gates open at 1230
I FirstAt 130 p m JeffriesJohnson fi ght returns will begin and continue until the
I close of the fight about 3 p m I rid
a Second Baseball Ogden vs Salt Lak League game for championship of Utah cam
1 Begins at 330 oclock camd t
Adrnson 1f1 M f
JiUm S liOn lr e AOr l iornlng i
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From 8 a m to 11 a ni Children un del 6 years with parents free Children un I
der 14 years 10c Adults 25c Grandstand free from 8 to 1130 a m
ADMISSION FEE FOR AFTERNOON
fcSSJ For JeffrieJoSinson FeSursas ancfludiing ball game
General admission 50c grandstand 25c Reserved seats with coupon ticket 25c extra I
Reserved seats can be had at Hemenway and Mosers Cigar Store Eccles building until Mon 1
g day July 4th at 12 oclock noon
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1 Those not wishing to hear JeffriesJohnson returns can enter grounds any time after m j
c 3 clock at regular baseball prices Baseball game to begin at 330 on July 4th
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F 4 NIGHT PROGRAM w
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mot Tho bill for fireworks to be shot off next Monday evening July 4th at 9 oclock sharp 1
reads ao follows
8 Meteor Batteries 12 Meteor Rockets
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° Niagara Batteries 11 = Cloud Rockets j
5Chain Rockets
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6Keystone Batteries I
12 Weeping Willows c
2Green Fires
t 1iArc Light Rockets °
2Red Fires 5 Peacock Plume Rockets m J
1Silver Cascade Fountain 2Good Night Scenes J
lGiant String Chinese Mandarins Two hundred and thirtyfive pieces in
Whirlwinds or Umbrelas of Fire all r
F 48 Prismatic Fountains This brief description does not tell how
Whistling Jacks bright brilliant and grand an illumination m
8Floral Bomb Shells the different pieces present If we were to > 1
8Dragon Nests print the description of the above fireworks 1
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12 Signal Shells as given by the fireworks manufacturers we V 1
i 12 Jap Night Shells would descibe such a dazzling and magnifi i I
tyv 16Egyptian Shells cent picture of sparkling and scintillating
c 1 Flying Flashlight Gondola fantastic and meteoric flights of fire as to be
Gigantic Revolving Gondola almo t unbelievable tt
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> v 413 12 inch 3shot Bombs Most people know just about what may
413 12 inch 4shot Bombs be expecfed of each piece of fireworks and
11 Liquid Silver Flyers as the assortment is one of the best obtain Y r
11 Bomb Shell Rockets able all are assured their moneys worth m J I
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i Gates Open af 730 P M
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< y All Children under 12 years 5 cents All over 12 years 10 cents 1
Grand Stand Extra 15 cents i
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uurul g tjrie u a y
I Shooting of Fire Crackers in the j t r
I Center Fiend of the Race Track j 1
g g rat
allowed 3 i11 day a
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