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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 13. 1016.
Save Money on Cold Weather Needs at
Meyers' January Clearance
and Stock Reducing Sales
Special Prices on Everything in the Store-Personal and Household needs should be
supplied nowit means a saving to you.
ADDED SURPRISES IN OUR GREAT SHOE CLEARANCE Tliose who bought shoes at
the beginning will be interested as well as those who have not attended this event.
Hundreds of unbelievable shoe bargains have been placed in bins for your selection
sizes marked Come and pick them out It's a real shoe bargain event.
A monster assortment-Ladies' Shoes vour choice. $1.00 pair
Another big lot Ladies' Shoes, your choice $1.95 pair
A third collection of Ladies' Footwear, your choice $2.45 pair
A big lot of durable Boys' Shoes jour choice $1.00 pair
Another assortment Misses' and Children's, your choice. $1.00 pair
A surprise bargain value, Men's Shoes, ,your choice $2.45 pair
In 24 Years on Supreme
Bench, Chief Justice Moore
Has Written 1200 Opinions
This store bag been known for 36
years as the "Good Goods Store' of
Salem. Again we say the best is none
too good for our patrons. We have no
room for bankrupt stocks or trashy
merchandise. A common saying (and a
true one) when one wants good, reli
able, standard merchandise, "do to
Meyers, the House of Quality,"
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
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Packing Plant In Prospect
Other Matters Under
The monthly meeting of the directors
of the Commercial Club held yesterday
developed the fact that the directors
have under consideration several plans,
all for the good of tho city.
The industrial department, throniih
August Hiakesteiii, director, will bring
FRED G. BUGHTEL 10
Deputy State Sealer of
Weights and Measures
Fred fi. linchtel, deputy state seali r
of weights and measures, has nn
noimceil his candidacy on the republi
can ticket for public service comnm:-
bet'ore tho city council at the meeting si,mel. fol. tll0 w(,Htl,nl district. Form
Jionuay nignt, tne proposition or ex
tcmliiiL' the sewer in the southeastern
part of the city to the property owned
by Stcusloft Ijros., where they propose
to erect an abattoir. It is understood
that the cost of building the sewer to ; sun of .loe Huchtcl, the pioneer photu
this property would bo close to $'1,000 ' grapher and fire chief of 1'ortl I, an t
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn. sneclnlirL fits nlnnn.
es correctly. . 8. Hank. Uldg.
L. K. Bimonds, of the W. W. Moore
furniture store is doing what many
othre good citizens are doing, staying
home on account of an attack of the
v- . w wjia a Djivvini
lunch, 11 to 2f tf
New W inch top 6 ft. full quartered
oalt table worth 1:17.50, now $L'.75. K.
1j. Stiff &, Son.
President W. J. Eerr of the Oregon
Agricultural college has accepted an in
vitation to deliver tho commencement
address of tho grudunting class of tho
Inch school lit the exerclaea In l.n
on the evening of Wednesday, Febru
ary a. jvicven students will be graduat
ed. Tho exercises will be held in the
.vn wfc in. iului niuu uj iiRi,. niiu uuiiiiuuum Ul UIU Ulull SCIlOUl, 1110
will go to McMinuvillo this evening tos''rmoii to tho graduating class will bo
initiate about sixteen candidates. Tho doliercd by tho liev. K. N. Avison, nt
8alcra officers will have charge of tho (io First Methodist church, Sunday
tension tonight. t evening, Jamiury 30, in tho Methoilis't
Very popular The Spa's
lunch, 11 to 2.
Everybody is ready and the special
will be wnitin to leave nt six o'clock
from Marion square for tho officers and
nil-Miners or rue local lougo ot i.lKs, who
Dr. Stone's Drug store.
It Is an ill wind, as well as snow that
Mows nobody good. Thuse having po-j
tatocs in storage nro reaping the bene
fit, farmers cannot bring in their
stocks, nnd the storcngs potato is oom
ing into its own, with nn advance yes
terday of 10 cents a hundred pounds.
0. H. P. Cough Syrup will stop your
cough. No cure, no pay. For snlo at
the Opera House 1'hnrmacy. tf
A special meeting will be held this
evening at tho Knglewood United
Brethren church at 7:.'I0 o'clock. Mem
bers and friends of the church nro ask
ed to bo lui'xi'nt I'M in ;t,,i;n.. i...
Electric bath and massage under l,ri'l'"t IB also extended to tho public.
your physioinu's directions. N. N. lm- -
us, 218 Hubbard Dldg. Phone 555. tf I nver saw such shirt waists as are
0 j being nindo nnd hemstitched for $1.00
Services in the Swedish church at to 1M nt tho Hob Nob. This is Jan-
Fifteenth and Mill streets will be held ""f I"'"'0, Materials furnished or not.
regularly every Sunday afternoon nt 3 , ' worl guaranteed. Just investignto,
o'clock. The llev. llassel, iv Norwegian l,Iu"80, tf
" ii ii hi. ii iiiiiiiiruu mil
vcrnny wni nnvc ehnrgn nf the ser
vices of the pastor, the Hev. John
Dr. Stone's drug store.
The local Shriners have received an
invitation from la Kadiir Temple, A.
A. 0. N. M. H., Oasis of Portland, in
viting them to attend a ecremoninl ses- ",rri' today. And oven the clerk nt tho
sion at the Temple nn tho evening of K(,u,rHl delivery window, V. S. Hyder,
Saturday, January 29, K, (irn,. , ,VI among thoso present wheu ' tho
potentate. Tim ,.lnn uln ). l,n ... Rrippo picked out its victims
iiiv Diiuiuum icinpie, i oriianu,
The grippe has not exactly made Its
hondqunrtcrs at the postoffice, but
there in nn ample evidence today that
it took a look in on its travels around
tho city, (leorgo Hatch is staying at
home, Frank linker, city enrrier No. 4,
is off duly, and Silas Howard tho col
lector of niuils nnd driver of the famous
white horse wero not to be seen on the
streets today. And oven the clerk nt the
full quartered oak
now 'J2.50. K. it.
If yon want'mnsio aduntnn- fn hul'lVt worth :)t),no.
kind nf mntlir if ,..;.,. . i..... .1.. Stiff & Son.
" I'"' nn wit un lliu
lowest and quality tho best call ut Oeo. I ,, .
C. Will's. lion. R. A. Booth has been In the city
0 ' for "evernl days past in attendance at
The satisfaction of a $3,000 mortgage "10 U(,dsido of his aged mother who
was filed for record January 11, mm, lm"Rt'd away early this morning. His
from tho Congregational Church Hulld- ;ttl,,(,ri ' ' past ninety years of age,
ing Society, New York, to the First i8l,1, sorlously ill with tho grippe.
Congregational church of Snlem. The - , 0
mmrumoni was uatcd December 27 jv gu uuuia ut spona in ev
1 n 1 It r . i.m.i . . .'I nut.,, 1..,.. 1 . . ... ,
satisfaction, the church property
v,i vi ma rrvurueu ueous
nimem was uatcd December 27 jv gu uuun mi upona ine ev-
!, and was for lot 8, block 83, of the i"'".? 1)UV ('fona ngnrs and your
of Salem. With the filing of this '"""v '"Joy the fragrance of a
faction, the church proncrtv is KooJ ,lnr wr" n" yourself.
t C.1 Hit J....1.' ' ' I O-
The Loyal Soni of the First
Christian Church Present
The Indian String
of the Chemawa Indian School
first Christian Church
Tuesday, January 18,
8:30 P. M.
Ticket on Sal ai Bookstores
The new icenerr orriviul bwi
now everything is reudy for the enter
tainment to be glvMi at the high
school auditorium Friday evening by
tho Snikpoh dmuintlc societv, under tho
direction of Miss Hopkins. With the en
Urged stage and adattional lights, the
drnmntio society, after weeks of re
hearsing, It prepared to put on an ex
ceptionally fine show. Wlillu It has
been announced that the public will
have the privilege of paying ten cents
admission, the Imnreuilon lias been gen
eral that the students would bo admit
ted en their student body tickets. Ac
cording to the latent Information, the
students nf the hlh school have been
placed on a standing basil with the
rest of the world and will m permitted
to hand in their dime for the eveulng's
show. The show wilt begin Friday ev
ening at 8:00 o'clock. .
Mr. Woodcutter, try E. L. Stiff &
Son for everything in used tools, saws,
axes, sledges uid wedges.
The girls of the domestls science
, department of the high school will on
I tertain Friday evening Superintendent
i of Schools Klliott, Principal Nelson nnd
the school board nnd their wives. This
is nn annual event when the girls who
hnvo been studying how to cook, de
monstrate to the school board and their
wives just how fine a meal they can
cook and serve.
The heavy snow faU is a fine thing
for the fruit, according to county fruit
inspector, C. (). Constable. It is also
Kuu ior me son, aim Iruit men should
be well pleased, although it makes trav
eling rather difficult. Warm wenther
nnd warm rnins causes tho growth of
fungus and keeps alive germs of nil
kinds in dend leaves and fruit on the
ground. Cold nnd freezing weather will
do much toward killing off tho fungus
nnd nlso destroying many forms of
, The Salem fire department waa called
out yesterdny afternoon to nn alarm
turned in from the residence of Al Jen
sen nt 372 North Winter street. It ap
pears that tho tank of tho steam heal
ing plant is located in tho nttic, nnd the
csenping steam wns mistaken for smoke.
This is the second timo that this mis
talio hnB been made from the samo resi
dence. A chimney fire at tho residence
of 0. P. Powers, at 720 North, Commer
cial street nbo called out the fire de
partment at 7:.'in last night. No damnge
There seems to be some difference of
opinion as to the entertainment given
nt the opera house Inst evening. Judg
ing from the repented encores, tho audi
nece doubtless felt that it was well re
paid. Others were not of the snmo
opinion. Hut as the number of oncores
thllt fL Violin litavnr in.t.i!n. lu nftn..
mensure to some 'extent of the pleasure
Kixcii me audience, taen should the piny
ing be said to hnvo been satisfactory.
Anyhow, tho audience was In an onco'r-
illir lllOOll. Iltul fur tliin Mn.n i...
gram was rather longer than wns ex-
"Treat the radiator of your car a
carefullv ns vmi wmtlil . v.... I...-., i..
.... .... ,.,,, vh, ni'inu in
Colli Weilllicr mill iinl'd U
blanket", says llcorgo Vick. Anyhow,
it wouui no a good investment from a
standpoint of the pocket book to take
proper euro nnd sco Hint tho rndintor
is kept warm, as it does not take long
for the water to frcer.o in some of the
iiipes that are barely ono fourth of an
inch thick. All li vntmli. 1,.
now working overtime and many auto
un una nro miviiig i nc pleasure of pay-
inir for brok CIl nine na wull .n.:....
17 1-2 cents for gasolene.
An exhibition checker and chesi con
test will lie Divnn n( tha f. I
club this evening by Hurry I.iebermnn,
wno thiiks ine rourth highest checker
player in tho world, l.leberman will
lilnv ftt thn nmn tlmo Ii n H... 1,....
checker players in the city r.nd two of
mo cnmnpion e.ness players. Ho will
nlso give an exhibition of blindfolded
pinyuig. 'Uin play will begin promptly
lit H -Ott n'cliult nn.) ( 1.1U I. I.
vited to be present. Mr. Liebermnu was
roccnny in nn Francisco nnd In con
versation With the idmmnlfin nlnvnr
the world, Mr. Jordan, learned that
Isndoro Clrevnhaum and other champion
piayere lived in ulcm Heuee, on his
way to Portland, he decided to stop off
tnnitfhl mill olvn ihm Irwfil l.liim,il.. -
sample of real checker and chest play
Style note. Seasonable dresses ire
wearing rubber heels instead of rubber
Chief Justice Frank A. Moore.
Chief Justice Frank A. Moore, whose
term on the supreme bench expires this
year, hns declared his intention to seek
a re election. Judge Moore has been
on the bench since and it is no
disparagement to the many ablo men
who have sat there, to sny that no one
hns made a tetter record. Ho has
written over 1200 opinions, in which
he hns touched every phase of the law.
His industry is proverbial, and his
vacations very few. During the past
year he averaged at his desk full nine
hours a day for eleven months of the
year. He is careful in the preparation
of his opinions, and while he always
tries to follow the law and the pre
cedents as Inii down, his sense of jus
tice is so keen that in order to accom
plish that he sometimes smashes a pre-
Judge Monro was born in Maine, but
moved to Iowa while in his minority.
In that stnte ha was educated, studied
low, and married. In 1877 he camo to
Oregon, where lie worked for a time as
a carpenter, tnught school, and then
commenced practicing law at St. Helens,
where he still claims his legal resi
dence. While in St. Helens he served
the county as county judge for four
years, was n member of the 9tate sen
ate for the same time, and in both these'
positions he gavo great satisfaction to
his constituent nnd friend. Judge
Moore's a walking encyclopedia of the
decisions of the supreme court and is
strong in mind and body. He ought to
be re-elected unanimously.
erly the title of this office, w.is mit
rond commissioner, but the last legisla
ture changed it to Public Service commission.
Deputy State Sealer Huchtel is til.'
J Poultry Show Draws
; v Large Crowds Daily
BOOTH. At her home 1773 State
street at 11:00 o'clock, Wednesday,
January 12, 1010, .Mrs. Mary Bushong
Booth, at the age of 77 years. She is
survived by her husbuiid, tho Kev.
Itobert Booth, and a son living in Port
land, W. A. T Bushong. '
Funeral services will bo held at 2:00
o'clock Friday afternoon from the
chapol of Uigdon and Riehardnon, tho
Kev. R. N. Avison, officiating. The
body will be forwarded on tho 4:00
o'clock Oregon Kleetrie to Portland for
burial in tho Riverview cemetery
R. A. Booth of Kiigone und W. A. T.
Bushong nro both in tho city tuduy.
The Hev. Robert Booth, who is !H years
old, litis been suffering for the past
week with an attack of the grippe.
RESPITE FOR SCHMIDT
I.os Angeles, Oil., Jan. 13. M. A.
Schnifdt, convicted Times dynamiter,
will not be taken to Sun Qnentin for
life until January 24, according to ar
rangements today. A stay of execution
wns granted to give his lawyers timo
to perfect their appeal. On January
24 David Cnpln, alleged Schmidt ac
complice, will be lirought into court
for triul on a murder charge.
Who wouldn't kick on this kind of
went her 1 Kveu the town clock in the
court house tower went on a strike to
day and tolled its lu!o of woe by
striking 12 nt 1 o'clock today.
The men of the Congregational
churches of Salem will meet Friday
evening nt. tho First Congregational
church in tho interest of the layman's
missionary movement. Addresses will
bo made by the Hev, P. K. Bauer and
a missionary just from Turkey.
The Six o'clock club of the First
Methodist church will meet next Tues
day evening in the church parlors. Tho
address of the evening will be given by
Superintendent O. M. Klliott, tuking
for his subject, "The Moral Training
While the resident of Saltm object
to tho snow on general principles it is
safe to sny that none of them are mis
sing any meals on account of it. It is
another matter with the birds, how
ever, nd tho feathered hosts that flit
about tho state house lawn have been
lightning xtheir belts, figuratively
speaking, for the Inst few days. This
morning they found a square men!
awaiting them on the state house lawn,
A. C. Barbour of the Insurance depart
ment, purchased a sack of wheat and a
few packages of bird seed which was
distributed ibout the lawn for the
birds. It was soon located nnd in one
spot, 200 robins were chattering
scratching and -pecking irj a few minutes
while tho smaller bird were served in
Ton get a piper lull of read-
Ing, no contest dop.
Despite the big snow storm and cold
weather, the poultry show is drawing
ils crowds of bird fanciers, and even
.those who arc uot in the business, but
just have a few of the laying kind at
home. Tho subject of better birds now
interests tho farmer as well ns tho man
who is in poultry as a business.
C. W. Wilcox, who has charge of the
poultry department of the Oregon
stnto hospitnl continues to give his
demonstrations of cnponiziiig. These
demonstrations have been attracting
much nttention from those who nro in
the poultry business.
The awarding of prizes is according
to the card system. Judge H. I Keeny
of Eugene hns beeu in charge of the
awarding nnd his decisions have proven
Following nro the awards mndo yes
terdny: White Leghorns H. S. Carter, Snlem;
1 cock, 1 cockerel, I, 2 hen, 1, 2, 3, 4
pullets 1 pen, Kerr Bros., Sheridan:
2 cock, 3, 4 hen.
Brown Leghorns Kerr Bros., Sher
idan; 1 cockerel, 2, 3 pullet. J. P.
Sears, Rickreall: 1 pullet, 3 cockerel,
Whito Orpingtons Dr. D. X. Becch
lcr, Salem: 1, 2, 3, 4 hen.
White Minorca B. O. Longsdorf,
Lebanon: 1, 2 pullets, 1, 2 hen, 1 cock,
Rhodo Island Reds T. J.
but if this is done, Steusloff Bros,
agree to erect au abattoir at a cost of
$;IO,(00. Without sewer connections,
the abattoir will not be erected.
The manager of the Commercial1 Club
has been instructed to outline to the
city council plans for nn electric in
spector, in order that nil wiring may
be done to conform to rules of tho
Hoard of Underwriters This matter
was brought beforo the Commercial
l lub by property owners. At present
when nn inspection is to be made, in
spectors for underwriters must come
from Portland, and inconvenience as
well as often a delay.
The bonrd of directors instructed 0.
L. Dic k to attend a meeting of the
WilHnniette Valley Commercial organ
izations soon to bo held in Albany. In
vitations to organize such nn associa
tion have come from Albany, the ob
ject being to bring the entire valley
together on subjects of mutual interest.
Tho matter of drainage is now re
ceiving special attention from the Port
land Chamber of Commerce nnd n letter
from them to the Salem club suggests
that the matter be mutually discussed.
The bonrd voted to refer the matter to
director W. I. Staley of the agricultural
In order to secure the services ot a
government expert to make a study of
brown rot in this valley, Director W.
I. Staley of the agricultural department
asked for the endorsement of the Com
mercial club in his petition to Congress
man Hawley and Washington authori
ties. This endorsement was given, and
the matter of securing an expert will
be taken up at once through Congress
All inquiries regarding renl estate
received by the Commercial club will
be referred to the real estate dealers
of the city. It is thought that by this
means, those who really wish to get. in
formation will receive it from those
posted on the subject.
A special meeting of the bonrd of
directors has been called for this even
ing to further discuss the b'fdness of
To Force Intervention
(Continued From Pago One.)
against a repetition, are satisfactory
to the administration, Secretary of
State Lansing announced this after
noon. Lansing declared no "note" would
be sent to Cnrranz.i regarding the in
demnity for thj massacred men unless
developments prove that tho do facto
government wns criminally lax.
The secretary reiterated the state
de artment 's previous warnings that
Aineric.ins should leave Mexican dis
tricts where the rebels are active, in
cluding parts of Chihuahua, Souora and
president. Wilson stands squarely be
hind Secretary nf State Lansing's
statement that Aineric.ins who have
entered Mjixico did so ut their own
While General Carranzn hns been
urged to round up the murderers who
shot down IS Americans at Santa Ysa
bel Monday, tho White House today
nude it plain that the president hns
not deviated one whit from his policy
of letting Mexico work ont its own
salvation while America watchfully
waits, without intervention. Tho
victims of tho Santa Ysabel outrage
were specifically w.irned not to enter
Mexico. Whilo deploring their deaths,
the administration held that they had
taken tho risk of their own violation,
TCro i at a nine wnen ine asnington gov-
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i i iiim , i wuiici -ulu iiiiii, ini-iv lll'UI, lie
ilauger in so doiug.
is :1S years old. After graduating froi"
the common schools he completed hi :
education in the high school of Porl
l.ind. His public, career began as eler'i
for the county board of relief of Mult
nomah county, when Judge Lionel K.
Webster ns county judge, and Frank
Barnes nnd W. L, Libhtner present
county commissioner, constituted tin
board of county commissioners l'or th
After passing a rigid civil service c;.
aniiiiation he was named sealer ol
weights and measures for Portland in
May, H)ti5. Ho has been identified,
with weights .ind measures work ova
since, and is regarded as au authority
on the silhject. Recognizing his abil
ity State Treasurer Kay appointed ii'n i
deputy state sealer when the weight',
and measure law passed by the lill I
legislature became operative, and sine
then lie has been in active charge ol
the state department. He is the author
of the comprehensive weights and mea
sures law passed by the last legin
luture, which in addition to reducing
the cost of tho ndmiuistrntion of his
department, put the st.ito on nn 'equal
basis with any state in the weight and
beasnre world. Because of his wide
experience with weights und measure-"
he is regarded us excellently qualified
for public, service commissioner, tho
duties of the two offices being in ninny
A. L. Clark Wants Fraud
A. L. Clark, of Portland, who wan
indicted lust year in connection witu
the alleged election frauds in the elec
tion of the county sheriff of Mult
nomah county, petitioned the stale su
premo court today for a writ of man
damus to compeil Judge Knvaniug;i to
dismiss the indictment against him.
Clark wns tried in tho circuit court nnl
the first time the jury disagreed. Ho.
was tried again and this time convict
ed. He moved for n new trial and his
motion wns granted. Before the thir l
trial was called the district attorney
petitioned the court for the dismissal
of the indictment on the grounds that
material witnesses had moved awuy
and it would bo impossible to seeuro
a conviction. Judge Knvnnnugh do
nied the motion of tho district atto?
ney and Clark nsks the supreme court
to compel Kavaiiaugh to dismiss the in
dictment against him.
ing in tho brush and fired. A scream
of pniu followed tho shot. Fifteen
minutes later his brother was dead.
T17 Capital Journal Want Ads.
Phone 67 tor your fresh i
Roasted Coffee, Tea, j
Cocoa and Chocolate! j
Wm. GAHLSDORF I
SHOVEL SNOW IN PORTLAND
Sulem: 2 cockerel. J. M. Cnrrison,
Salem: 1 cockerel. J. W. McAdams,
Snlem: 1, 2, 3 hen, 1 cock.
Black Lnngshnns J. W. Rogers, i
Salem: 1 hen, 2 cock. Portland, Ore., Jan. 13. Kvery nn-
Black Orpingtons Lee oho, Salem: e m.,loye.l man in Portland wns nut to
1, 2 pullets. work shoveling snow in the streets this!
litur urpingions tester r.iui, ; afternoon. The city will pav them.
Salem: 1, 2 hen, 1 pullet, 3 cock. F. A. The mayor issued this order nt noon
Doerfler, Hilverton: 1, 2 cock, 1, 2, 3 ; today. The snow will be dumped into
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cucnerei, , o, 4 puiiei, ,uis. u vv, j ine river.
Snlem: 3 hen
Buff Leghorns A. V. Olliver, Rick
reall: 1, 2, 3, 4 cockerel, 1 cock. Kd
Loop: 1, 2, 3, 4 pullet 1, 2, 3 hen, 2
RALPH Q RAHMAN WIL FIGHT.
Salt Lake, I'tah. Jan. 13. Ralph
Ornuman, Portlnnd lightweight, will en
gage In his first 20 round bout hero to
morrow night, when ho meets Fraukie
Cnllnhan, an eastern boy, Grnnmnn
says he realizes that he is going up
against a tough bny, but he feels confi
dent that he will be returned victor,
Cnllnhan is the porsessor of a tcr
rililo kick nnd once scored a knockout
over Joe Rivers.
KILLED BY BROTHER
Kugene, Ore., Jan. 13. Because his
brother mistook him for a deer, Perry
Lowe..s body lies in the morgue here
today and Coroner Ventch is tramping
through the McKenzie valley hills on
a tour of investigation.
Horry and Alden Lowe were hunting
and were separated in the woods. Al
den dcclnres he saw something mov-
of day or
Good Garage In connection for
storage of car.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
246 State Street.
Also a Nice Lin
Onr circulation la coming up
paper and yon guess th reason.
TO THE PUBLIC
T Is very gratifying to me to be able to endorse the work of the
INDIAN STRING QUARTET . as representative of what Chemnwa
stands for in the wnv of art and culture, it
who mny hear this body of instrumentalists will be profoundly im
pressed, and will renli.e .is never, before that Chemnwa i n'c'iiaiiis
ideals as lofty as will bo found anywhere.
H. E. WDSW0RT1I,
Superintendent Chemliwa Ind'j-n Scho. I
This ipivtet Is to bo presented in concert at h. First Christ an
Church, next Tvesdny .-enii g I nder the auspnc Of the leivnl Sen
Price i"j and 35c TteU cu sal at Booktton.5.