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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1922.
GW.GMEYIS ME SCOUT OF ' THE Iff CUSS Honor Conferred by Casper Organization Prior to De parture of Executive Thursday Night. Governor Robert D. Carey, recently' accorded the distinction of bring a tenderfoot scout by the Cheyenne Scout council, was assailed by the Casper council Last night while cn route to the Burlington depot where .he was to entrain for Cheyenne and in a brief but formal service elevated him to a first class scout. The distinction wh'ch was conferred upon Governor Carey here was tender ed by the Casper orsanizaUon because of the chief executive's endeavors in behalf of the scouts of the state. The badge of first class scout was conferred ou Governor Carey after a brief talk was made by Phillip Ed wards who acted as spokesman for a gathering of more than 100 scouts at > the depot last night. Scout Edwards said: "The Casper council of Boy Scouts has leamvd that the Cheyenne coun cil has made you a tenderfoot scout. We think it unworthy that such a good scout as you are should remain in that rank. We hereby make you "P. first class scout. "On behalf of tho Casper Scout coun cil I present you with this first class scout pm. With It roes our good wishes and cur pledge of loyal service to you." YESHESSSTOGBBI6 CONSOLIDATION SHE Starting tomorrow morning and con tinuing for the naxt two week. Harry Tesness will stage a big consolidation Hale at his store on Wert Second street, next to the Stockmen’s bank. Mr. Yesneas says that be is going to dispose of a 145.000 stock of men's wearing apparel at prices, one-thin! and ont>half off of regular selling prices. The stock includes what remained of the "Man in the Barrel" store in the McClure budding after closing and th* enritts r’oek oi the Day and Night Clothiers. Some retharkable bargains will be offered. SME OF STILLS IRE ■ BESTREWED UNO SOLD Nearly a score of copper stills, seiz ed by the police departinent in many raids, were destroyed today find the copper sold to local junk dealers. Tho stills destroyed represented a re placement value of approximately 51.500. Only a small portion of this amount was reflected in the returns to the police department from the sale of the destroyed copper utensils at junk prices. ' PACKARD PEffIGHASERS ON INCREASE IN CISPER Numerous deliveries of cars were made during the weok by the Pack ard agency, tho Joe E. Manafidu Motor company. The Glenrock Oil company receivtd a single six touring car, and E. J. McMahon and W. O. Wilson both now driving new Packard light six motor cars. E- R- Thoma* of Loader, also pur chased a single six coupe which was delivered to him in Lander this past week. PURITAN BUTTER SHOP WILL OPEN SITURDM Butter Shop, located In the new Lyric, theater building will open for business tomorrow under the management of Harry McCracken and L. E. Winter. The new business will feature Pur itan brand fresh cream butter, made from selected pure fresh cream. The house will also be known as the but termllk filling station. Fresh milk, eggs, cream, relishes and fancy fruits of all kinds will be handled. One of the features of the shop will be the cheese department in which every kind of Imported and domestic cheese will be handled. With the elaborate new furnishings of the institution in place Casper shop pers are Invited to stop in and see the butter in the manufacturing process. IS HOLDING HIS OWN "Ten years ago I received such wonderful help from your medicine for my stomach trouble that I have r®:*mmended it to hundreds of other sufferers. Patently a friend ;f mine * where brother in a distant city was stricken wltn acute indigestion and wa« not expected to ll'*e, got his brother to take a bottle on my advice. I have just received word that his brother was holding his own, and I am confident that Ma yr's Wonderful Remedy will entirely restore him." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes prac-1 tically all stomach, liver and intes tinal ailments. Including appendicitis. Ono dose will convince or money re funded. For sale at all druggists and druggists everywhere.—Adv. HOWAT POLLS BIG VOTE IN MINERS’ MEET \ ; INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Feb. 17. • Surprising strength favoring corurfd -1 eration by the convention of the United Mine Workers of America, Os an appeal by Alexander Howat. and I other expelled Kansas miners for re ■ instatement In the union was shown : today in the early voting on the ap peal- Although the early ballots gave a majority against taking up the ap j peal, administration supporters of President John L. Lew:* said they ver» doubtful of the outcome. Fav orable action on Howat'a appml would throw the whole Xansas controversy before the convention delaying untfi next week the consideration of the union's wage policy, the princ*pal business before the convention. lx's* than one third of the cc.iven tion vote was cart at the morning session INTERIORmRffIENT BILL PISSED 91 ROUSE WASHINGTON. Feb. 17.—Without a record vote the house today passed and sent to the senate the annual In tel lor department appropriation bill carrying approximately 9295.000,000 Previously a motion to recommit the measure to eliminate provisions for the offices of surveyor general In five western states was voted down 213 to 12. Buy all you int, fresh eggs, two dozen for 75 cents. Norris Company Market. a~_ -T. I Jammed To The Doors! | I THE A-B-C GIRLS CD. | Scored a Hit With Casper Theatergoers Last Night at Its Opening Performance Columbia Theater Management Presents Entire Change of Program. “TWO AMERICANS AT CONEY ISLAND” A MUSICAL COMEDY LAUGH SKIT Skippers, This Is a Show You All Like. I A TTPI! AT OLLIE BLANCHARD Li M. IJ till AT BIG BILL KAVANAUGH The Singing • Comic Clown. lip a ww ALVA BALL £■■■ M /W Lyric Soprano in Popular Melodies. JlILj/IIY THE SIEVERS Sing the Latest Jazz Specialties. £1 1-1 W"1 DOROTHY SIEVER M Kd In Latest Dance Creations. DLiJCi MARGUERITE LANCASTER In Her Clever Comic Antics. . —ALSO— Charming Chorus of Dancing Dolls SPECIAL PHOTOPLAY DRAMA “THE TIMBER WOLVES” ■ Admission 40c Block West of Henning Shows 7 and 9 1 AMATEUR NIGHT PROGRAM WHjL BE RESUMED NEXT WEEK I ■■FRESH FROM THE OVEN DAILYBBHSB !| William Shakespeare jj S You all know Bill. Os course you do. It was Coffee II 3 like Pigeon's Fresh Casper Roasted 'Coffee that IN- ■ S SPIRED Bill to write “As You Like It” because every- = >. body “Even as You and I” likes good old mellow Cof j fee, fresh and fragrant right from the oven. Alwavs ►” >-< the same good Coffee. K cZ Q Yes. I drink it at home too, and Hl bet it will ►£ INSPIRE you to do wonders too. Better do like Bill I and I and dnnk Pigeon’s famous home brew—maybe T! I M you’ll get your name in print too. rC < ® The Bad and the Good in Coffee ® In making Coffee, one essential fact should be ® r* kept in mind. It is that all Coffee, whatever the R m quality, has a double nature. Coffee has its good S and its bad nature—and even in the highest grades, 5 S the undesirable side will predominate if it is im- < g properly treated. “ !■ .... 'X S Try Our Coffee, Tea, Spice*, Extracts, Cocoa, “ Cocoanut, Baking Powder, Etc. as r MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED >< | Pigeon Tea and Coffee Co. I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL |5 Zuttenneuter Bldg., 228 E. Secbnd St.—Phone 623 gg ffIUHIFRESH FROM THE OVEN Tribune Wantads Bring Results Cbc Casptr failp tribune Sfflb * m /iiw i .o M OR M /flHlMw' Uli HR Or GSia r<® lig| gR| WfefewWiHMK' >W' aM taa A/ S® >H| MEN! Look At These Suits ® Made to Your Measure ISK ®. s24°° to s6s 8 J; From all-wool materials, expertly tailored. Mr; Ray Ruby, repre- <?s| V : sentative of the American Art Tailors .will be here today and tomor- row and will be pleased to have you call. Your order taken now can be saß*|. delivered any time you say. H MEN’S SUITS at ■ ■ r 1 THEY’LL GO FAST ||» A For they are unusual bargains, strictly hand tailored. New pat- I2m| / S’ terns, good weights for the year around and every suit is worth double - \ today’s market. |||g ONE-HALF THE REGULAR PRICE W I Is selling a lot of fine overcoats, sheep-lined clothing and other winter Seg"j?jH weight goods. All-Leather Putteess3.9s Gov't Flannel Shirts $3.75 •jpl 7"; I W Heavy Moleskin Pants__s3.2s $7.50 Military Collar Shirts__s4.9s J 1® $3.50 and $4 Felt Hatss2.9s $7.50 Silk Shirtss4.9s tSB <5 f. -5 25c Hose, all colors, 2 pairs for 35c $12.50 Silk Shirts $8.95 : 75c Wool Hose4sc $19.95 Leather Vestssl2.9s < X Corduroy $2.45 Extra value Work Glovessl.2s .» Good grade Cotton Unions9sc Suit Cases and Bags, less2s Pct. JO Wool Union Suits $2.95 Wright’s Pure Wool Unions, $4.95 Ms Inti II|EI sjrely I CLOTHING CO. | OpR 240 SOUTH CENTER STREET PAGE FIVE