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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 191S. THE D4ILT COTTRIER. CONXBLLfrdLT JE PA. PAGE ELEVEN. Martin Beelener 5 00 John LoTrery~.., . 4 u« S. J. Whfpkey : a 00 Walter Walker 5 00 J"red Bloom ,, 5 DO H. H. O'Neil 5 M Joseph Jordon 5 0 0 Earl Herbert » 00 George Crawford S 00 G H. Thompson _ 5 W Oliver Mansberry S 00 Bert Work! 3 00 James Walker 2 0» F. F. Mamberry 1 M J F. Rltenoar ~ 1 00 C. A. Knight S »0 Mrs. George E. Johnston.... 1 (to George E. Johnston....' 1 00 Mrs. Elsie Gardner. ,, 2 00 J B Graham _ 1 00 Loretto Pickard 2 00 James A. McConneJl S W Samuel Gallo ..~. 6 00 Mrs. L. J. Ries 190 Mrs- Walter Mitchell 1 00 Salvado Fnnari «· S W Lonia Cole* J . -. 4 »0 William Phnttek 4 00 Robert Roseniale 3 00 W. O. Stillwajon 4 00 William' Hawatsky 3 30 Mel-rtn StiUwacon 2 59 Gus Roseodale 1*0 William Sandmky ".. 3 30 Edward Hanhxun --.. 4 00 Stanley Sokol 330 - - - * - - - j 3 0 3 30 3 30 4 M 4 Oi 1 00 5 00 5 E 00 1 00 1 M 1 00 5 00 4 0« 2 M 1 00 ,4 50 1 00 B 00 B 00 5 00 5 00 E 0« 5 00 5 00 2 00 1 DO 5 00 5 00 4 EO 2 30 E 00 B 00 3 00 3 00 E 00 5 EO 3 OH 5 00 -3 00 4 00 1 00 i oo E 00 1 00 Paul KenraUku James S StiBwagoa ------- : Andrew Bams .'....... ---- . Mrs' LalUe Fuller ........... Charlotte Grunt* .......... M. H. McCUntock ........... Mrs. I W. Cole.' ........ ;... George ForbrfaA ........... Walter A. LeigMttw ...... .'. A. G. Blackburn ............ S C. LjrunV ................ Hajel Wills ................ Charles ' Baker ............. Frank~Beck~ ............... Adam Swaiuck . . - -- ....... Georje 3ansh«y ........... Martin lore .......... - - - · · Pete Swencldsb -- .......... Joe Jnroo ..... _....- ..... .. John"H\ilak ................ Charles Bolagh ............ Jake Jumo ................ Charles "Bagdlr .. ...... ---Tony Manick .............. Jobs Dorlchmaky .......... Paul FureahUw ............ GerdVsnjosh Ford ...; ...... Pan! MllkOTic .............. John Posplcial ............. Mike ConkoTish .. .......... John Quarwick ....... ---- .. Charles Marshall .......... Antonie' Klmench John Zoocron Angela Varoor Jew Cmmi jghun Charlie Petrolak' Oaorre Lape ... Jo* CbMktokr IHx Trota ....... J. E. Conrad ---- _ Jen Hart r*wliley Bros Cl»r1*t ColTto .. WOlard Set-rice Co John Cable David Taylor _ John Alexander Harry Balrd ifayaao Balrd ::: N. M. Shanch Mrs. Rooert Vernco Frank McKhaoey :,, Mrs.'Lizzie McjShaney .. George Carter"...".*. Walter Carter Francis Bradbvrn' ..^...'.... PaTe TnrenedC Jr.....:...:. Pave Turcheck, Sr Charlie Mamie Frank DTausic :.. William* Lewis ....:;...:... Richard Lycett -. Ben Lewis, 9r Frank Decker Robert McAIpin , Ttiomas Belcher Archie Hntchinaon Joseph JtcAlpin , Andy CenoTitcb Fred Ottenterg John Satznyer Seneff King ,. Frank Shandorf --......... John Booker George ^Stevenson ........1. Henry Shandorf Henry Ottenberg D S Trimble : Mrs. Clara Pritohard Swayne Harper Mrs. R. W. Allen Mrs. E. C Camp Miss Cora Eastiolm Mrs. JoBn Woods..-. Charles Brlerly ·Wilbam F Harnmel..!. . Thomas J. Whalen W J. McCaiz R. J. CarneyT '..... R. J. Sullivan P J 'O'DonneU E Kenna B. H. Herold Charles Shumaker James McLane ....t.. John Hisey " H B. George Herman Bishmske John Nfshada ' John Tjaynor Joe Brust ,, W: K. MlUer.....J James Peigh Robert McMahon ..'. Otto Koehler ". : William c Furlong Fred Opperm'an" John fearis" '. Charles Stulger Frank Sarver William Lconhard George Warriek" Jo* Minio Robert Carrol A. 'Callaghan' Pat Klannery Eddie Brodlgan -George Richardson Tonr yerri'.." Philip Megnar Otho ForlonV Gtdse^pf Biebrieth Tony" D. Perico" 5. Salpjetro 3. Flieo F. Bacchl Shodort. 6. YJttorio .,: ". F. KerendJno A. Biisite T. Tnpoll T. D. Perlia P. CTuoco J. Albano ......... -. C. Parosl C. Alesjondrirea G. Tripoli .......... i Miss May Balco Miss Sara ~Cl»rti Miss Laura X. Keatl Miss Sarah Moreland August Zellmore .7 ...... .. Miss Bankos A. J. Stoll W. S. Goodinf Ooldie Nalbongh Jamei Aaansky August Krause ..-. Sarah Wiggins Anna Stfffv Francis Mley HeariUta Bluer Itannette Mcllanu* Bloclier -. B 00 3 04 S 00 2 00 1 EO " 2 09 E 00 : o* 2 00 4 00 4 75 ' 3 00 s oo 5 DO 5 5 00 s oo S 00 s oo E 00 2 M E 0» E 08 4 7S 4 7( 5 00 3 34 3 31 B 00 t 00 S 00 5 «0 3 t 0» s oo E 00 1 06 E 00 1 00 1 00 3 00 B 00 5 M B 00 S Ot s o» S 00 E 0» 5 B 0* 5 00 £ 00 s oo 5 00 c oo E 00 E 00 E 00 E 00- E 00 5 «« S M S 5 S Ot 5 W E 03 B 0» 5 00 5 00 6 BO 5 Ot 5 00 5 00 Z 00 1 00 1 OU 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 t.0 1 00 1 00 1 M 2 00 2 04. 2 0* 1 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 SO 3 00 4 00 B 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1! O'O e Anna Arus Hazel Kalbangh ... Anna Cupcheck -Ella Japhe Laura Balsley Alice McKay Matilda Beucbre . Edward Wiggins .. Joseph Bender Mary PeUock Annie Gisbie Mrs. E. B Kaplan -. Ora~Cypher~. Mrs. H. W. Smarr..'. Mrs. Margaret Boone Stella Stauffer Mrs. H. J Horton Ruth Robinson Mrs Mary Robinson Mrs Anna Cochran .-. D. L. Morgan Harry Reagan Mrs. Mattle Johnson: ·Mo. John McKltrick Mrs. Fannie Gauls Mrs. E James _ Mrs. Sam John Ida Clark Mrs. Anna. Harrison Mrs. Ed White Mrs. Carles Spencer Mrs. J. W. Keary Mrs. A. W. Keamy James Straroni · Frank Bokulik Tony Fintar Iran Kolakolic Tony Snameg Ivan Jurtcie - .-. John Host ,, .~. L. J. Glnsburg --. J. H. Detemplo...- _ A. Wassier F. Junk ; Hue Smith E. C Ryan Mrs.~Ka.te Tagan....... Arch Holiday Mrs. Arch Holiday Her H, A. Tompkms G" M.'Cassidy Herbert Riehter John Nobraski Savannah Smith « Harry Stokes -Rer. A. J. Paine Mrs. M. Thome Mrs.'B. McCreary Mrs. B. Eagan J. H. Day t B. Seals W. H. Pearson C. K. McKesson Hay Gilxnore Clarence Sparks littie Felttm Mrs D E. Stoner Anna Egnot Ethel Feltoa Elizabeth Swan Anna~p. Denny Anna Fornftalt Tony Roberts John Hair H J. Cochran Clara McGinnis Charles HieU Henry Fleckenger Anna Eberhart J. E Held Fannie Morgan Mary O'Hara .· M." Reider S Kenshinsky N. Clintell F. Patterson Elitabeth Garhck Thomas Fletcher J (T, Stiiier Mrs. Mar'e Woods Mrs Mrr G Stoufler Mrs Mynn. Bowman W. J. Hlitter Wniiam Lynch Helen Orlevee John Oglevee John Ratter John Prather Margaret Cnstine P. Demawir E. H Liltox W. Thrasher T. Colalongo Brace Miller H. Hoover John Thrasher R W. Woodmaney Tony ' Delsros Bert Moore. Jacob Dull Darid Murray Mrs. Chnsta Luco Mrs. John Moms James Hoodin Mrs! P A. C. Upton Mrs. Lizzie Hager .'.. William: Braden Mrs Bell Braden Harry Shoym Mrs. Hattie Morris Mrs. Minnie McDowell..:... George Kelly Mrs. Loll Renee! Mrs. Clara Kelly Mrs. Anna McCartney Carrie Feher J. J. Barnhart Mrs. Rosella Barnhart A. S. Morris William Moms George Grim Lonis Foda B. Nobia Mrs Eva Myers Miss Carrie Wilson Jbtiii Graham Thomas Graham --...'. Ella Graham Ellis Worlhlneton- Sylyia Wortnington Mary Violsky Elizabeth Wortnington Mrs. J. A. Harford Mrs Qeorglana. Worth ins ton. Velko Rigor Mrs John Barnhart W. C. Reynolds, Jr Cora Reynolds Pauline Reynolds R. s: Pierce James May Mrs. R Pierce H. Pierce Mrer J". B Marietta Daisy Schroyer A. E. Ennis C R McCUntock Mrs. Mary E King Steven Fabian Andy Kobavrla ".... Glenn Cadwaliader Mrs. 31. B McLaugnhn M". B McLanghlin Mrs! Mary Hays Mrs. John Reynolds C. W Rush H. W Hauk Mrs. Elaine" Weimer Mrs N. E Shufi Theo Wlltroat '. Mrs. R. Leazure Mrs. George Siler H. B ^Moore. .7 , H. A. Longwell Mrs. Emma Coughenonr .... J. G. TIppman '. Jimmie Rutter Mrs. A M. Lonff Elizabeth Sabo Mrs. G 1 H Hall L. E. Bisbln Mrs. B Hiienbangh Mrs. S. H. Collins Mrs. Hazel Carrick H M. Pierce Mrs flarthen Mrs. James "Wilgus Sirs. William Griffith Mrs Watson Trump C. W. Kuhn Ray Hude Homer. 1 " tibughenour 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 OO.i 6 00 1 00 2-Z6 3 00 1 00 1 00 4 00 50 2 00 1 00 3 00 I 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 2 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 2 00 E 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 5 00 I 50 1 50 5 00 2 ui 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 4 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 5 00 1 00 1 os 1 4 00 4 00 E 00 2 eo 1 00 B eo S'OO 1 00 5 00 1 00 2 00 S 00 E ·- 5 00 2 00 1 DO 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 1 00 2 00 5 00 5 00 2 UO 1 00 1 00 1 00 4 00 1 UO 5 00 1 00 5 00 1 00 5 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 2 00 1 00 E 00 5 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 1 00 E UO 5 00 1 00 5 00 5 00 1 00 1 00 i oo 1 00 1 00 S 00 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 UO 1 00 1 00 1 00 E 00 E 00 5 00 5 V 00 1 00 3 00 3 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 UU 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 E 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 B 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 4 00 1 25 1 00 1 00 1 UO 2 00 1 00 1 00 6 00 1 00 5 00 4 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 4 00 2 00 1 00 00 00 o'o 00 00 00 3 00 Z 50 2 25 2 00 George Bishop f 1 TM Huber Sembower 1*8 Mrs. C S. Worthington 1 ou Mark Nobroskl .· 1 J* Mrs. Heider 1 "" Mary Rigar i "" Mrs. Carlington 1 ou Loyd Gtfilpin 1 wj Mrs. Joseph Mager l »« Mrs'Robert Ball 1 »« Mrs J J- Barnhart 1 no Mrs H. D. Barnhart 1 00 Frank D Reynolds » JO E R. Reynoids B 00 W. C Reynolds.^ 5 00 Mrs. E. A Lyne.... ' 5 00 J. Kravit - \ 1 TM Chris Martin - V "" Mike Paladine 1 «« Sirsr W. Porterfleld ,. 1* Ofl - Adelman :-V \ °* Mrs Emma Tountan *j, 1 '" Mrs T. C. Phalm -4^00 James Taylor H. L. Ball Miss Elsie Evans Mrs. J J- Evatns George HarlmarD Elizabeth O'Neil Mrs. Florence Jamison. Mrs- John Beck-Mrs Tbeo. White Edna Rocco .Hetty Williams Mrs Annie Menxies R D. Miller Mrs.- LUIa .FifJier Catherine Stall William' Landerfrid Elizabeth Kenner H. A, McEBBany H. Savert -Daisie Trump -Helen SUmbaugli Mrs. W. P. Shonck. John Haynes' M. J. Crillen Mrs. G. Minnis ~ Mra ·WilUara Clark..*. Bessie Brovm «. -Mr^ Sophie McCormJck -. C. R Oglevee G. C, Widmer Mrs J"E. Sommerville Cora Lee S Romesburg Mrs. George Blentzer W. M. Sisley Thomas Jones David Randolph. T.'J. Sullivan TM J. Ewing Jones.--· .. Bleyron R Coughenotm Mabel B. Jaynes Loyd M Tailor -. EUa C. Nickols Frank* Bailey Eugene Shupo Anthony Marnell Grover C Fosbrink George Duncan Gabnele Cappa Albert Ronskry Earls Basley James Schmltz' Mrs Margaret Strange Wniiam Bell C McCarty Frances B Connell J B. Kurtz Helen Wisbart . .V Harriet Wishart Mrs A S Brobst Bert Smith Thomas Constantme T J. Sullivan D E Isola H. M. Smith W. F Bnekman Mrs, L. E Coll }. D Percy Mrs. Loyd Brown.. Mrs C. R Berkey Lynn Eaton Gertrude Dixon Her J L. Proudfit R E Shaw M^s O. H Silcox Katherme H. Frisbee Mrs. S. J Witt Nettie Hood Robert Coates Miss Julia Zimmerman Charles Sugar Mike Petrnnia Peter Limbtrger Luther Teets William TeKs Charles Teets Tom Kucolla Troy Kelley William Rhodes Miie Bellick George Devanock John Bogdon Joe Roberts Steve Martinko John Kubosik Albert Andree John Swiss Mike Sacka «. Jim Pincolish Mike Safiar Joe Codiva Peter Ackerer Lappino Fanana Gaber Kovoch Victor Bucci Mike Karol Tom Sines Charles Bogdon Miss Margaret Loor Miss Elizabeth Loor Betsy Ross Club Audith Bixler Myrtle Biiler John Johnson -Mrs George Blackstone Mrs T J. Hooper Miss Mary McCairnes Mrs- David Craig B W McCartney Clarence Hicks Mary A Dunn James Bryson John Bryson }. C. Wygal Mrs Robert Junk Mrs C. M Haylor Katharine Abraham Robert F Junk Alex Gausha A T. McLanghlin Subling Krewski Valentine Baam, John Zaoeck John. Pretulac Ralph W. McCormick Charles Oaks David Stillwagon George Davis Anna May S Stacey Mrs J D Grahm Mrs H C. Davis Pauline Hosteld Mrs C Brown Sldna Thomas Mrs L. A. Walton Francis Bennett Mrs Jay 1 C. Stauffer Salvaton Depooh Cash Lee Lee A. L Tucker Lillian Sauf Frank McDiffett James Fortney Elmer Snder M Horwitz Olire Bloom Ed Leckenby Mrs Koy Carvittors . Mrs Carrj Percy Mrs. Algujre W A. Scott Grant Dull Blanche Dowling C J. Siosky Jacob Shaffer Mrs. J A Allen L K. Fisher Mrs. D. L. Scaroyer J. A. Magaha Magic Sisters Cotmcit _ William Watts Mrs WUli am Wates ,W. F. Edmunds fflorence "tfcDonalcj .._ Rfcrgaret McDonald . _ . .. Ira J CtHHungbam .. _ -. , CfenJes Johnson -- . *. -Jeror Henry C A. Cotcfciet _ George'W. Clark _., Ernest A Ttisher ^ J L Sllirey... -George Davis .. . -Arthur B Thomas Calista Mentzer H B Clmgan C A Coui'bonou- . ._. . Cathonne Stes muia . _ Mrs J N B.'railvs. Chester Statfejid .. _ I Penn Paul Dellon John Harnson Mfs. Marga-et M Aatoaio Galaso 5 00 A W Bishop ' l10 J .1 Scknpicer 1 TM Anna Sm.th J Jjjj A. C. Herbert ·^ QQ C. B. ^IcCoimick . 3 oo i II" C B JleConiucJi; 6 00 T. B. CooJey 3 00 3 00 5 00 1 00 6 00 S 00 5 WO 1 00 T 00 5 Ol) 5 00 2 00 2 00 1 60 1 00 2 00 If no "10 00 300 5,00 2 00 2(IO ·100 100 100 MUCH WORK the) Jo / Expert In Getting Ready/ ce o f the Poppy for ' Marketing. juice is sold in largo copper veaaf *'' b? thoigron-fjr to tha merchant, in vr/iosD hands it undergoes eeveral prc^-esses in ocder to preserve it 'Srom f?A mentation and decay. On sunny, firffillo Finnelto 1 00 ^°e, hot days tlie Persian caravan- r obn Laiell . . -- 2 00 ffcanes where opium dealers/have their k "-- 1 Ofy i magiaines jpreseat an mtareating pic fit I tnre Thsi juice is brought out to be Zoes fc, J H. Rice HURDLER TAKING ONE OF HIGH OBSTACLES The^Aaron Co A, Overholt £ Co F. E, Starkell Gaetano tCorrado Tn-Sta'e £andy Co E T. Norton L. K. Ruth C W.,Downsv. Jamos.McCaims $50iJ?On i *~=f~-~ TM l ° cakes for export, says | " Start 'Smsaan Herald. L MM 00 ° n ~ !arse woodai1 wards, two and a -- 300 03 -- nso oo Ions and one and a half feet ·brnda, tha sticty muss is spread oat with spadelike«Cools to permit the v.a- , tor \t coatabiB to evaporata Buien-- I0u 00 jfeioed workers move from board to -- 100 00 ]'board, turrangtover tbe layers every Co Employes . Royal Arch' Chapter A. J . 100 Oft 75 WJ now and then, that the heat aud sun may dry up the t exposed surfaces and Joe Bensingcr J A DeJliaUi John S. ilcSoy A. 0. Bi-dcr P J Tormay J. H. Lollar J P. Bute Penn Coal Co Dr. L P itcCormick. A. C Henvick , ~$ew Haven Hose Co, Mrx K M Snyder EmplOTwJs Caadj Dept. Tri- State\ Candy Co. George W Enos A N De.M«th _ 'The Dailj NK^WS L. B. Collms.. J. Y. Woods Tough Construction Co Mrs. Ida G Armstrong Vu J. Roland Rei-.J T Bnnis I W. Jfyors John S Madigan . M.ckwcll Mrs. LaffXa L. ^rack-well . Christie Ki^P*itrick Eleamr Kiip,-itrick . J L Kurtz "W. A. O'Brien P If Richey . Williarff Sellers . Adfot so BJ^itone . ,-Rev Henry De-Vivo Di T B Bcbard itiss Jean B Armstrong . Mrs F K Dri.l K C Norton Lcc Queen Rock Distilling Co G S .Council Miss Uarsaret Wiitcaian Gem go B .Freed -C C Gray Goodwin Co. 00 00 00 00 I 00 00 2 00 | 2 00 2 00 1 00 E 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 6 00 5 IX) 4 16 5 00 5 00 2 00 B 00 8 00 S 00 1 00 5 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 2 .0 1 00 2 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 OU 4. 00 5 DO 5 00 3 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 1 00 5 00 2 00 50 4 00 3 00 2 00 5 00 5 00 2 00 2 00 B 00 B 00 i B U0| 2 00 5 00 2 00 1 00 I 3 00 4 00 1 00 5 00 l 1 00 1 00 ] B CO 4 00 2 00 I 5 00 ' 5 00 5 00 I E Oil William Workman. Mrs Laura Seeloy --Dr E C Slicrnck - -George C Hclcotttb - . -J. C Struble - .. -E. E Wilhelm,- Anna E Scuract? A J- Temp eUm - iiinioicmKio-WMd Co -- Yoi*gh.Plunibins Co. -- - Coau. Jtach £. Car Sun Co J A, Miuwn ---Mrs. G it Krancrer -Charles Ecunr - -A Enany _ E. J Enos _ Bertha Kmg John. Parkbai --* James Palladiao p D Assaj -- Grover C. Leaplme - Mrs W L. Wright -A A WetherelL -H. F Baile ---The Homer Co --A Shulman -- · J. M Doyle . J. if Marcita . --J N Traimp --Frank P ^elker - -F. M. Neptao -- . Dr. S C. Trniiy -J F BurJcnart John F Torrence - r. H Shaffer -Mrs C Stillwagon - -Catherine Duffy H. E Dorscy Mat Lcrine C B Murphy L R. Eilme J L Stadcr J C Hen-y C C Collins --Alex. Kotus ---Mrs George Brown -Anman IVork --W A Steel -----Central Motor Co J. E Sims ---Margaret Lytle J. AI Sembov.e --- Schioyer Coal Co. -D. E. Trohei F. s. Duh __ J B Henry -- --G C Armstrong ---E H. Langford -C E Stout ___ A H Shindledecker Mary Eveiott _ Rev G L C Richardson . R DeAngelis P BuTono Donald S. Porte' Kesslai Bros Mrs George Porter _ Mrs Anna De.Muih -Miss Ida DeMuth D H Horton Henry Rhodes Harry Hetzel C T Hooper J. F Balsley . L Sanolsky _ . W T. Muir -- . C 0 Bane -L Ramondio ~ Dr C S Homer Miss Ruth Dav.dson Mrs C. L Graj D K. Dllworth Key W J Evertiart -- -S. F Hood Sarah 50x00 ' render the opium lit for mafelag into cakes, in favorable weather.' this process takes o. lyt.ta hour orljo. and tho opruni is readyfor tho De--± '. tion lete «ui be obser\ ed .n the photograph. 6 0 0 0 5000 5000 50.00 5000 5000 5000 3000 4000 "6.00 aooo -'300 2500 JT Ou ing. Tho wooflfvn cases are ooveied 2 5 0 0 | V l t h strong hi^us and sacking Two 25 GO i casae form p^inule load The perccnt- 2·; 00 I age of morphia in Persian opium 25 00 j varies fr^jm nice to twelve sor cent. 23 00 "TM F!R«iT MUTANTS ON RECORD This wonderf li photogrnpb slums of Ilamrd'b hurdlers taking one of the high obst icle« The c uncm has cauUU him ju«i as he crossed the hurdle In midair E S Sherman, one of ^n ci.ick EJCD, is ng tho leap In the trial kindle race. The \\onderful jumping and idcmj; iorm o£ tlie ath- to a man -\vuo divides it/into smaller portions ·\veigurng one pound each., which he passes on to 'moidors, by whom tho-y are/pressed Into the wooden forms and then laid on a large board for the final dr^rag process When this ib complete/1'the cakes are rolled up iu red paper Imported specially from China. Ctae hundred and fortj-four aro put/in/tiu lined nooden cases with poppy st?an chaff as pack- i IT WOULDN'T WORK "KNOT HOLE GA!G V FREE £ ·u S, ·p S * Tho si Lonis Gud.nals .in- g. g Arthur Fle'cber say be heard y novm o rhnt () o "tnot liolo gang" ? . 3- a lieu angle of the daylight ssy- 5 feature, free admi^bions to luy rj. i g , ng ,,i au di^cns'-cd at New Or- § seieOs who Ijetoug to approved *!* leans. W.Ile stiolllng down orjramrations ^ill be continue] ^ vnether ft Ins hafa to be p.ijd in g tbe free tickets. Riven the l«ns ^ or not Or The bnsis of nitonii ·Ct ^ncc of ihe ho^s bust ycir it is ^ figuied tho w^, if imposed, -Bill 'moiiac 10 about $3,COO. The club is ^vilhnK to pay it out of ttb ixeiuri if the internal revenue ofl.Lers 'Till asroe to that arrangement. .'500 J500 J") OO/ 2500 2500 2300 2500 2100 -'300 Amazons Undoubtedly Were tho Ort- Qlnai Fighters of Their Sex in Warlike Bands. The Xkmazons were fablett tribes or warlike- commumtice of. women in Scythia, Asia and Africa They v,ero said to be doscenctants of Scjtb ans of Cappatiocia, -where their husbands, haidug made incursions, were all slain r,iul street lie OAfibrard tlie 3 conversation of two soldiers wilo 4 ·uore 'walktnjx ahead of htm. ^ "Half past nine" remarked ^ one uf them glancing at the ^ ·v\ itch strapped to his wrist. 9 "Wen, it's really' only li-.If 3 past ejjrht," vi-as the reply of Ins 3 tonpamou. 3 "Yeh, I know,* 1 rejoined the a »· Qrst soldier, "but it don't do no a § ^ood to tell the busier nnyJiing 3 i r ibout the old time \\lion he n blows reveille these moiaings.'' ^ :r«r«rfrt«rtr? MOST PERFECT BALL JOSSER SS BROWNIE 1 RAY CHAPMAN js ONE OF MOST SCIENTIFIC HITTERS Grover Lowderrrtilk Has Shown Splendid Form This Spring. m. ambuscades Tbe women formed a feminine qtate, declaring matrimonj a -5 Ou. shamfiful servitude They %eie said 25^1 j to have been conquered by Theseus, -AJj | about 1231 B C According to Homer, SO 00 j they were aliiM of the Trojans m tha JO 00 ) siog^ of Troy, where their queen, Pen- 20 OJ theF/lia, was slain by Achilles Theseus I thing this spiina. Groror's greit 2f) 00 aa/d Hyppo-yta quean of the Aaozons, | ^t is n fast tune. He Lus nore JO 00 I r xro characters ic Sbalieapeare's "MW- i peed on his "hook" thjn anv pitcher JO 00 (Summer Night's Dream" The Ama- j In llast't ill "FuelJJi!" Jokason "BuJ- Eiish nnd Claude Hcndri^c it St Louis Twirler Hag More Speed on His "Hook" Than Any Other Pitcher in Baseball--Should Win 25 Games This Year. Grover Lowdcrmllk 1ms shown some- j j w u u m i e r mgniB ijream " The Ama- Mu Imsc 20 M | zons were constantly at war, and for let Too 20^00 easfc In handling their weapons, their i hive more speed than LovuIeiimlK, but ^lj (jfj rigfcit breasts were destroyed, from none of then c n c u n e a fist one T00 IS 00 13 00 15.00 J5 00 l Gr0ttt ' 1500 trala 3500 5300 J'.OO 1500 J500 J 3 0 0 1200- lo.no iflOO 3000 1000 10 00 1000 1000 1000 1000 3000 1000 1000 10.00 10 jy which they derived their name They over like Cro\er. wers irapposod to have voi-ehipod tho Johnson lus a "hop" on \* fast one, moon About 3S« B. C their q.ueen, j ou t u ls harolv perceptible to t!'e nak- Thalestrls, visited Alsiander t h e j e d c i e Johnson, Bu-li. Hcnnrii- jnd Asia, with 300 Tomen in her Bcantlful Bird of Paradise. Women, of fashion irho wear tho box! of paradise plumes do uot realise f^v-'Deautlfol the btrd is that surren fSfera to them Its pride and glory. Its total length is about eight inches; its body, winj,Tj and tal' are oJ a rich cof- all HIP cannon ball holers hn-ve MUC'I "stuff' ".^ Lowdennflt, but thcv i can't put it in tlicir fast one nnd con-1 trol the ball. Luck of control bjis al- becn Lo^ Uormilk's chief handicap. No \voDder. He pulls the throttle inde open on a cune ball. Johnson, HondrK and Bubh would have as much trouble as txnrdermiltr gettiDg tlie hall over if. they put nil 'eo color, which deepens on the breast i fclcam behind a curve ChanEe o£ to a blnckish violet or purple bromi i pace is tlic secret ot success m 10 OT _ 10 00 10 00 10.00 , lfl.00 10.00 1000 --. 10 00 __--_ 10 00 _ 10 00 10 00 10 00 J O O J 1000 10.00 in oo 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 iaoo 1000 1000 1000 1000 10 CO 10.00 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 10 CO 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 3000 1300 1000 1000 1000 The whole top of the head and neck is of a delicate straw color, the feath crs being short enongh to look like \eivrft. The lower part of tbe throat is covered with emerald green feach era which reach to the eye, and velvety/plumes of a still deeper green ej.- to-nd in a band across the forehead chin as far as the eye, which is .ght yellow From each side of tbe body beneath the wing's springs a dense tuft of long and delicate 10 00 i pjurncs. someames two feet in length, 10 ^Q of tho most intense golden orange color and extreEaely glossy but changing toward the tips into a pale brown. 4vu I bri When Rocra Tried Socialism. The old agrarian law in Rome de- cieed an equal division among the Roman people of all lands acquired by conquest, limiting tho possessions of each person. It was nrst proposed by tha consul Spurius Cassiiis, 486 B C , and occasioned his judicial mur- dor wh«n he went out of office In 485. An agrarian law ^as passed by the tribune Licinius Stolo, 376 aud for demanding extensions Tiberius Gracchus, in 133, and Ins bi in 121, were murdered SUB, a tnbuno, v»as murdered for like cause in 91 Julias Caesai propitiated *he plsbeiaas by an agrarian law la 59 CEC! A bouran must hurl his cur\o r L ill over with the same motion that lie goes tbronsh flingiBB a | ^'"JJf.,^ fast one. Oir-erwisc the barters would ° t f t ""' gness pretty well vrtnt v,as coming. Lowdermili, lias had an interesting career. Roger Bresnahan first introduced Lovdy to the St Louis baseball pnblic nway back In 1911 Bresnahan had tbe two Lo\\dermilk boyb-- Gro\ er and Lcuie, who is n left bunde". | Grovor*s wildness ;re\ented him from lt is often said of Hay Chapman, star shortstop of the Cleveland Indians, that he is one of the most sci«ntifio **= , Cleveland meteor is also a that ttse- j tance clouter of parts is generally over- I looked. Last season Chapman led the American lec.frae in sacrifice hitting. But-in addition to this, Ray batted .302. dri-v mg out 1TO lilts for a total of 231 bnscs. In total bases the shortstop ^ tied Jio Jackson, the Chicago slugger. making i,'oodwl'h ihe Cr-rdinnls. Itick-j . , ey gave him a trial \\ift the Browns I^J,;, ,. of 1015. Chapraan drove out 2S doubles, 12 _ three home runs, in 1917. fovmd a hard raan to addition to hitting sdeuce be has tho drive in Jus blows ALWAYS A SIGN OF DEffiTH - Inndlc and i-old liun to He Detroit Rigors. Jennings was hard up for pitchers in the fall of 1115 His tea.n uas in the pennant flyht, and "D-T-Ji"! Ftag at "Half-staff" Sure Indication figured that Lowdermiik and "Big" Billj James of the Brovms \\ould clinch thai pennant for Detroit They dis ipp-omt- 1 ed Jennings nnd Lowdermiik was sent bade to the bushes in 301G. Last year Grover bobbed up with the Columbus American atsociation team. Joe Tin cr knew how to jolly That the Dread Visitor Has Been There. Nearly every one spoaks of a ff"£i' whea being Sown at a distance from tho top of the pole, as at "half-mast," This is not tlio correct eipression. Such flags are at "haJf-staS" because . the big boy and obtained maximum. th ^ ^ Q fi ° WQ in thj s manner Being Awake. Moral reform and Improvement are the effort to throw oft sleep "Way ib It that men give so poor an account of their day if they have not been slumbering? H they had not beea overcome with drowsiness they ^ould have performwi sometiuag:. The miihons are awake enough for phjsica! labor, but only one m a mlUIon is awake enough for effective Intellectual exer don, only one in a hundred million to a poetic or divine life To be a^vake is to be alive I have ne^ er yet met a man Tvho was quite awake How could I have looked him in the face'--Tho- rean. rather Cains .efficiency fiom bun. Lowdc-milk ac-, oa laBd or soa Jrom the fl:i S start Livira Dru^ I tually bwnefl up tlie A. A ring To , 6C ? a fla S "·' natt-sta£t m lie was a sensation fiom start to fin-! a , eath ., " ^^ mea °. oa ** mcoming iih of tlie campaign, winninz 23 nnd lobing K Lowdy walked 138 men and fn med 2DO TIe A A. hitters couldn't gauge bis cune \vitli a field gloss Make Exemplary Patients. A piece of bone jammed between the molnra of a Bengal tiger made the grpat tat furjous, hut -Rhen the zoological physicians touched tha lornieutiag object with the forceps she began to "relax completely, and the bone was lemoved with ridiculous ease." The Bulletin of the Zoological society re- coras the case of several other animals thas proved to be far more sans factoij patients than human beings All the great apea, for example, arc perfect patients But the gentle deer, are high-strung, nervous crea- shi13 ' crett °" e of ^ e ^augers , at sea t **** a Uttte fi ^ Glouce3ter He and She, "With a woman, it isn't -nhat a man j one of the fishermen, or more, has met (win, generally being swept over^ board. This custom of flying flags at nall- loofes It's what he uaya--and does " 1 staff originated first as a token of de- A woman doesn't care v.hat a man ' feat. That is, when an army was de- looks like They'd ratner u sian Jested, Us flag \\as lowered dowrfthe wouldn't be handsome, so be'll tfiink ! staff to give room for the victorious about them instead o£ about himself j army to place iti flag above that of The way to please a wocisn .E to Jislp the defeated arm her to think of ncthing but herself ' I From this the custom grew into fiy- "A D»riqns oung woman .5 ne^er in i ln S the flag at haltstafr «ien an of- any circumstances so intercsung to a man as a light and gay prettv woman whatever raen tca pretena. It ib inborn in the male to regard the female as the representative a! tbe lighter side cf life "--"George- Holm," oy David Graham Phillips Dry Season. "I heard that you. were soing to be married to Archie Blueblood, Esther. Is it true'" asVed one young societv vroman of another. "Be maiTied to him' I should fiay not' Why, I wouldn't know whst to do with him He can't ride, play tennis, golf or drive a motor car!' j "Well," said the friend, "ho can ewim beautifully, you know." (leer, a; iny or na\ \ , died Later it was adopted by cnihans as well, and today, ^\hen a man of prom.nence diee, regardless of whether he was sailor, soldier, or civilian, tue flags are hung at half-staff Whereas, in tbe olden, " days, when the custom started, the tap- per space ^sas left to indicate that the- victor could r-ut b's Hag there, now it ' seems that death is the victor, and so tho epace is left It is, of course, a. "mark of rebpect to tbe dead person ti ~ have flags at half staff for him. Those Summer Furs. "I'm lund o' hopeful Jt's Roin' to be a cool sunnier," rpmark*U tliG nao with the* subdued air. *'A.re you a vxafhcr prophet?" ^'0- But my daughter is wonderfnl. "You wouldn't want a husband Jis tnres, are the most difficult of all to i you had to keep ji an aquarium, v, ould j 3v uJrt, Ana slie'b bujing more furs -, X~ 10 001 handle when ill yoj'"--Tit-Bits. J this spring than she dW lust." ".I

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