TITE 8 EXAMINER TELEPtNES UBiTMIAL ROOMS lidtpfrtwl 'Phene .. Beil Fhaa. twa rings BUSINESS OFFICE IwesgsuSsm Phans . Ball Phaaa. ana ring UTAH PLOW A .Na. 1 .Na. M . NSl M Na. SC BREVITIES EXAMINER, WOULD-B- IT. APRIL 11, 1007. TTIERSDAT, QUARTETTES SALT LAKE E BENEDICT PLEASING ROUTE PLANT SHOCKED PROGRAM OPEN SAVE IT WILL DISPATCH BUILT AT INDEPENDENCE. Wa haven't quit a many atylas for children na there a,. etki d but yon know boiis children just won t wear Lata at ail; for that da s have Just the sweetest, cutest, daintiest mj? one ever did think of. and lb prices! Ob, my! Pee fur u.i Tuur there are no typographical errors in price given here; it low price ay stem. OF DREAM LINDSAY'S BLISS IS OVER. DAVID BE DUNBARS APPEARED BEFORE CROWDED HOUSE. A FIRST TRAIN WILL LEAVE ZION TONIGHT FOR THE COAST. Handsome Poke effect of body hat with dais lea In two tones. Satin ribbon and bow at stik back. ' a birred trims rim, bow on bandeau. Natural only. Assorted trimmings. mak- Crk-hton- y THEATERS com-edlenn- a. pro-seate- four-ln-han- S mu-ee4a- stnrk-holile- r, Paroled Reform School Boy Would Have Married But Officers Wsuldnt Let Him. Aggregation Gives th Best Entertainment That Academy Course Has Had. Pasasngsr Traffic Will Be. Started From Both Ends Read Haa Bean Repaired. "And there waa ho awaitin to be tied. Awaitin' to be tied, awaiting to be tied. He wanted to wed the blushing would-b-e entertainers the Dunbar quartette proved to he last night. The Tbs Baa Pedro, Los Angeles and Balt Lak road haa finally been re- bride. But the officers wouldn't let him." Officers are naughty, nanghty men, and real cruel at timro, at least that's what David Lindsay, age 13, of Kays-vlll- e and Beryl Shuris. ngs 13. of Ogden. think about tho blue coated guar-twhave emyoung people would barked upon tho sea of matrimony but when their hopea were offlorrs appeared on the aeene and Lindsay was taken back to the state Industrial aehoal by Superintendent Thomas. Acoompanled by his mother and Mia Bhurtx, yovng Lindsay applied at the county dark's office last night about 3:16 o'clock for a marriage license. Tito mother signified har willingness and th license was accordingly issued. Then tho young couple Usd themselves to tho residence of Bishop Wo there poos in tho second ward to e ahtp-wrecke-d have the knot tied for evr and aye. Investigation developed too foot that Undsay waa a paroled industrial school boy and so tho police elation waa notified. Detective. Pender and Bergsaat Plnoock responding to tho calL letter Superintendent Thomas of the school wee Informed that n paroled member of his large family was attempting to commit a serious Infraction of the rules by marrying, while on parole, without the consent of the hoard. The superintendent took IJnd-sain eusteddy and the young would-bbride, not knowing what n good turn had been done la keeping her from the dangerous maelstrom of married life, shed real tore of disappointy e ment. rolled this time, however, does not mean that they will not attempt the same thing again. Young folks, middle aged folks and old folks, who contemplate marriage seriously and are balked in their purposes are like would-bsulcldea they keep making the attempt until sucres attends their " efforts. J. M. PANTONE. State Agent I also kaadle s line of musical merchandise. 414 2STH $T. PHONE 1033K BELL them-eelve- y ATTE1PT ON LIFE OFJlZARS COUSIN Grand Duke Nlohelaa' Train Brought to a Step bp a Fuel lads of LEVER SHOT Bf. Prterebrug, April 10. It was announced today that another attempt on th life ot Grand Duka Nicholas Nlcbaltevttch, president of to council of national defense and a second cousin of Emperor Ntcholsg, has been frustrated. Tho grand dak. aeeompaalod by his brother, Peter NlohoMetvltch, was reby train turning from Twerskoe-Bel-o nt 2 o'clock this morning, it waa brought to a sudden atop by a fuel lade JOHN O'CONNORS, MENDICANT, A sentry of shots from toe trochoid MAKES SUCESSFUL GETAWAY. said he had seas four man hiding behind an embarkment evtoentiy await Ing the coming of tho train. Ho at Guard Takes a Few Craoks st Him unco began shooting, firing In nil 12 shots. Tha four men succeeded In gat-tin- g With Revolver, But Ha Would sway uninjured. Net Stop. hare foot of toe remainder of the track Into St Frtareburg woo carefully aoaroehd before the two grand To the tune of revolver shots John dukes ventured to complete their OConnors, n prisoner In the city Jell, Journey. made n successful getaway from the municipal bastlle shout 3:30 o'chk GERMANY AND AMERICA. yesterday afternoon. An Immediate search was made for him after he Friendly Speech climbed over the stockade, but without Ambassador Tower Appreciated. avail, and the nervy mtmHcsnt it decidedly n minus quantity. Cologne, April 10. Aa Inspired telGuard Lever had been keeping n from Berlin, published In the pretty close watch on the actions of egram Gaxette. mjtb the speech of tlie men In the storkake all afternoon, Cologne but nt 3:30 o'clock he had n lltils bus- Ambassador Tower at tha dinner given iness to attend to In ths station build- nt the Manhattan club, Naw York, was so friending. When he went to the side door In hie honor April 8tb, of the station to go back to work he ly In tone, rendering at tho same time an-alms, nt served O'Counoi climbing over the Justice to German ways la he It must received that Germany revolver stockade fence. Pulling his he fired throe shots nt th escaping with the greatest satisfaction, especg ially a It rut no from a man who has prisoner, but succeeded only In Several officers known Germany pemonally for n long his speed. immediately started on the1 trail of time and who enjoys the reputation obO'Connors, but he hud disappeared na of being a rlevw and sagacious telThe server German method. of swallowed as by though completely egram dwelfo particularly upon Mr. the earth., O'Connnr was arrested several days Tower' remark regarding the friendago by Officer Robert Burke and sent ly feelings entertained by Germany for the United State, and the fact that up for 2o dsy for mendicancy. the IncreRM of amicable relation ban aided In eliminating all that tended FREMONT COURT MARTIAL. to separate the two countries and baa them closer together. brought New York, April in. Major Francis Mr. Tower's forecast of the outP. Fremont ot the Fifth United States come of the treaty negotiainfantry, a won of the late General tions Is very pending nl. the aattafactory John C. Fremont, faced a court marGermany confidently tial here today to answer charges of telegram add. agreement will he reached but that such trrowlng money on false represen- an agreement will also be the basis of flnnacial his tations a to standing. a final commercial treaty, which will Ullnto E. Vralne. an officer of the the commercial relations beThiriV-fourtStreet National bank, regulate two countries for a long tween the testified that the bank leaned Major time to come. The good will which Fremont g:iun In March, 1906, on hi exists in the United States, the telerepresentation that he had 113.000 gram gje on, exints also In Germany worth of property In Ssn Franrisro. the hope that countries The cashier of the hank declared that and typifies will reach a satisfactory eventually was still loan the unpaid. mutual understanding. AND AWAY HE JAN accel-erailn- h YACHT RACE. SPANISH-AMERICA- Boston, April 10. Henry Howard, manager of the German cup rare of the Eastern Yacht club, was notified by cwble that King Alfonso of Spain hail offered a cup for a reties of yacht races to be held in Spain next fall. LABELS ON WHISKY. Invitation Mr. Howard said the would he accepted and that pr:bablv Washington, April 10. The opinion of Attorney General the same boat which are selected to Bonaparte concerning , the proper sail for the Emperor William cup will labeling of whisky under the pure participate in the Spanlsh-Amerlca- n food law approved June 30, 1306. was scries. made public at the white house toMORE EDUCATION. day. In brief. U recommends: "Straight whisky will be labeled as such. Ptnehnrat, X. C.. April 1- 0- Better educational facilities, more "A mixture of two or more straight and. continued war agalnsj whiskies will be labeled blended Illiteracy was the alogan of the speakwhisky or whiskies. A mixture of straight whisky and ers at the conference for education is n in the South which convened here in ethyl alcohol, provided that thi-rsufficient amount of straight whisky to tenth annual session. The speakers resimake It a genuine 'mixture' win hp at last night' session Included dent Judson f the University of labeled ns compound nf or compound-.Gov. Glenn, in an with pure grain distillate. the attitude of th South to"Imitation whisky will be labeled as such. education moveward th The president sends the opinion to ment and In referring to .'he loyalty ef ths South to the union, remarked the secretary of agriculture with a of approval. that the Southern today consider President Rnoswvelt the greatest ruler the world lias ever known. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS n -- MOWERT. Special Introduction prices. Terms If desired. wait of 24 hour did not discourage tho audience and one of the largest houses that aver eat in the tabernacle greeted the vwraatile musicians. The quartette la onmpoaed of J. L. Felgar, basso: H. C. Dunbar, baritone: ... C. Robinson, tenor, and Ralph Dunbar, tenor. Tha repertoire of the organisation includes selections from the classics as well as music of a more recent and lose serious mood. Their voices blend beautifully and proper regard is given the execution of eacn number ns w ithout exception, such member of the quartette is a thorough musician. Lined up before a long table on which rested more than a score of bells, ths Dunbars, by rWver ringing, reproduced aucti masterpieces as Mascagni's "Ava Marla;" Kevin's Narcissus," and the chimes of BL Peter's cathedral. Including the hymns, ns pealed forth on festive days. Great agility la required to conform to tha time of several selection played last night, ao that the capable meaner la a which tha quartette acquitted only attested to their superiority aa entertainers. Special work was dole by Ralph Dunbar, J. L. Felgar and H. CL Duubur. The lint la n vtollncelltst, who has gained an American reputation. With a masterly touch and exoeUeat Interpretation ho brought forth music from hie Instrument that la seldom eoaxed from the eloquent at ring of the cello. The second named member ti possessed of a remarkable base voice, which he displayed In songs nrtlattlo-nllsang. Aa a whole the Dunbars are one of the strongest attraction offered by the Academy Lecture course Bhetn d DENT Bplsndld e Ppaniah-Ameriea- Testimonial: "Hare played on the Kutsmaan piano and find it an excellent instrument In every way. The scale and touch Is perfect. The tone is bright and has n crispness that is not excelled by any piano I ever playe.1 on. CHILDRENS HATS li'jt o PROF. OGDEN, ETA COMPANY ds ing eomplalnta regarding to Csllrarr of the Examiner Co sa direct to cir- Judge Rolapp and Other Capitalists Knewr Nothing ef Company or culation department. and not to carPropoeed Factory. riers. Any subscriber fulling to receive tha Bu miner will confer u fseor by culling Ka M sMher phuae before a. m. la speaking ef a press dispatch to UMAR NELSON. (Signed) ihe effect that the I'tah Plow company Circulator. of this citv had bought land at Indefor the purpose of erect, W. 2. Bronthma. of Chfcag vaa the pendence, Mo., would employ 406 that a ing plant of the manager giiMc of Harry Toller, I men. Judge Rolapp last aiglii said.: to a auto con rp try, lSdnund Tailoring . do not think them Is nay truth to the yaeter-daytrip through Ogden eauyoa story. This Is the first I have heard of it and It la quit prnpablo that were such action to be taken, 1 would Mr. and Mm. J. A. Garner of Ren-bur- any hour of it. Idaho, are in the city visiting Tho preia dispatch, which cornea with MTs. Garner's mother, Mrs. John from Kanaas City, Mo., says: "The street. Plncocfc. nt 161 Thirty-thir- d Utah Plow company of Ogden. Utah, haa hought IS acres of laud clean to Partita having claims, hills ar acMo., 16 miles from hero, counts against the IntarAfomtaia Fair Independence, to erect a facaortattoa are nguNiei to hare then, upon which It Intend 600 men. It Is filed with tha aacratary at tha Stand- tory that will employ said that tho employ an ar to come at offlee ooo. ard flrom Lnmonl, Iowa, and other Mormon colon loo In tho not. It lo believed David Bedes, tha Ogden capitalist, to be another otop Is the long atand-in- g was in Salt Lake City yesterday in movement to establish n greater nt n meeting of the Utah Mormon center at Independence." Bugnr company. It Is extremely prtffitbla that tho Tha progmm for tha big shoot of tha correspondent sending out tha story Tho Mormons, rtah-IdahSportsman's Association In got his wires crossed. out from the press of W. W. Browning living at Jismonl, Iowa, in tho main Church of at thin city. It In n neat pier of work belong to tho of Christ Latter Jesus Paints, Day and and artistically typographically credit, both upoa tha printer and commonly known an the Jncephltes. Whether they Intend erecting n plow tha association. plant at that place la another qua, lion. But this muah la certain, that Why send away for your bulbs and the members of the Joa ophite church needs? A full assortment ef reliable enough to go and choir bulbs, newer and vegeta- hero are not strong mammoth underble seeds at Grout's Seed Store, 162 ahead with such a 24th st. Buy .early while tha uaeort-moa- t taking. la complete. HAPPY ENDiNC TO ROMANCE , a traveling salesman W E, ef Pittsburg, was in Ogden yeuctar-daon buainaaaL During the time of Ross C. Finley of Ely and Mis Groce bis day ha was shown the town by his Gillespie of Portland Married friend Alma Chambers, Jr., of this city. A very pretty rouisnoo, which had a beginning aevsral years ago In Portland, Ore., where Mian Grace Gillespie was teaching school, had an ending, or rather Just n now beglalng, yesterday, when Roan C. Finley, an asaayer of Ely, Nevada, added a pedagogue to the assaying firm. Tho esramony was perLILLIAN RUSSELL. formed by Father Oushnsban of tho Catholic church. Lillian Bussell wlU play a special Miss Gillespie JoumeywJ from Portengagement at the Grand tonight In n land to Ogden where she waa met by new comedy written especially for her Mr. Finley who had coma from Ely to by Katlott Chambers, entitled "The claim br. Tho lady haa been engaged Butterfly. Not only will the earning for eomo time past aa a teacher in tho ef Miss Russell be tne theatrical event Oregon schools and Is brilliant, reof the week from a aortal vaiw point, fined and beautiful. Mr. Finley la embut it marks also the firm appearance ployed na assay cr nt tho largo smeltin this city of Miss Russell as n ing plant at McGill, in th Ely mining Beet known ns a singer of district the lighter wile In comic opera, in After tho corameoy the young couple her present piny she makes a wide loft for Balt Lake city for a visit of a dap arts re from all previous parts, ap- few days. Upon their return to Ogden pearing m n fascinating widow wltk they may apend a day or two at the millions to spend and an eagerness to Reed and then leave for Ely. gain a title which only her lore for a young American and n true heart, can THE MAGIC MELODY" overcome The piny Is a clever entire of the eageraeaa of Americas girls to win Whltesldea In Llebler A Co.s a coronet with a husband incidentally Walker Naw Production Scores Success. as a necessary adjunct Batov KUlt-grewidow of Peter, who etid railA special to this paper from Butte, roads and soothed his enosrieiice givMoot, last night, nays: to the church bona wear is to a ing Llebler A Co., this evening, title to help her spend the millions their latest acquisition la the har husband could not take with him. lino. Walker Whiteside and Tho play opono a yaar nod n day after Marring remarkable n company in their latest (ho old million airs has ceased to pile production, "The Magic Melody," at up dots dollnro. Betsy has emerged the Broadway theater, and won an infrom the period of mourning and plane stant to enjoy life as only a pretty widow la a and distinct success. The play strong, healthy, elaan, write - can. Her and the Duke of the day. embodying some of are at the door when a new will la drama more attractive features of the found which provides that If she does the modern commercial play with an artisnot marry an American the forfeits tic created by the tale of the estates and n priggish young the atmosphere world about which the musical becomes nephew (he heir. Naturally vehicle ' revolves. Mr. Whiteside Betsy la annoyed. With womanly wit made a strong personal Impression In aha observes that nothing le said the first modern role ho has played In n about a third hssband. A young and the members of hla comappears at the opportune mo- years, ment. He Is a geniua, adopting n pany, Howard Gould, Henry BergItalic Kenyon, May Buckley, strange disguise to gain not recogni- man, Olive Wyndham and Martha George, tion, but notice. The widow promises all floored hits in trying and to produce hie opera provided he difficult Individual It looks as if Llebler leaves her at the church door. She A Co. hadrole. another big winner over put plana to get a quick divorce, marry the plate. the Earl and hold the fortune. The genius accepts the proposal. RECEIVER FOR OIL COMPANY. After the ceremony Betsy does not find the title as alluring as It was. The Topeka, Kansas. April lb. H. L. geonls has made a great suoross of hi, Terrill, of Charleston. Ilia, a opera. He returns to America to visit applied to Federal Judge Polhit chum, who also has as a guest itick here today for the appointment Madame Abaloni, ,n ltallam prima of a receiver for the Uncle 8am Oil of donna Irish descent. The widow whose company, secretary, H. H. Tuckobjects to tho devotion of the prims er, Jr.. Is tinder Indictment and for an donna to her husband. A paragraph of Its affairs. Judge Polin the society weekly drives her from accounting lock offered lo grant a temporary orSaratoga, where the Duke has fol- der restraining the officials from dislowed her. She takas refuge with her of the rouuiany's propertr, hut old frtsnd Toddy Bacon. Here she posing Terrill declined this J. D. Pollock find bar husband. With woman's reason "of Just because." she throws took the matter under adrtsement. over the hike and the play ends hapTucker Ha Not Fixed Bond. pily for all eoaoerned. Kansas City, April in. H. H. TuckMr. Jos. Brooks has surrounded Miss er. had perfected hi bond up Russell with an excellent company. In to Jr., thisnotafternoon. He issued a early the oast are Eugene Ormonde. John statement today that asserts there Is Mood, Fred Tyler. "Fred 1 Tltfon, no Roaall De Vaux sod Isabel Richards. of dlncrepancy between the amount money received and that paid out Yoa pay mors for other Pianos, b'it bv the officer of the Uncle Sam Oil company. He furnished today a copy you get less. of a financial statement, of the company's affairs dated April 6. which show tots receipt form all sources of 61.ttin.30it, and the amounts expended for all punxjfles, including cash In banka, balances ihls amount. NOTICE TO SUB9CBISIRS MORNING srhool-hnust-- ! Chl-rag- ad-ir- d let-te- r pe-.pl- e a SAVED THE paired and the first through train to tears Salt Laka elty at 9 o'clock tonight. This, of oourso, will be good news to the traveling public generally and especially to tha officials of the road who have been handicapped on westbound t raffia since the bod washouts along the 11ns. Ths glad tidings that tbs track would bs clear for business came to th Balt Lake office of th road officially yesterday morning. The washes la Meadow valley have either been repaired or track built aronnd tho bad places, and firm roadbed built mpon for the accommodation of through PRICE PRICE $1.00. Loo Angeles will Leghorn, trimmed with wreath of flowers and many loops of ribbon, underlined with Child' eiUt mull. rla-bo- n and flossia. Bow of ribbon and fiovr trim bandeau, long w. of satin ribbon completes 6 very dusty aeaortel ; hat;-whits- trimming. pbice IU0. Mlsaea Napoleon Body Hr trimmed with velvet and fin. rose era Us of lacs and ij quill. PRICE $2.50. We have a nice aaaorunsnt of Children's Bilk and Chiffon Hat white, pink, blue and red. Special sale on Children's Straw Sailur. grTxs Similarly from the western and. a train scheduled to make the- - ran through to Balt Lakt will loave Ios Angeles at p. m., Thursday ovening, and will nrrtva In Bah Lake city at 6: SO Saturday morning. The road haa mad herculean efforts to get the repairs made sad the track put In ahaps for through business during the past two months, and nil ths men that it waa possible to gather up at both ends of ths road have been put to work at tho broken out sputa, and nearly a million dollars in labor haa been expended in placing the track In condition for trains to run over It. The wink has been accomplished and aa above stated, through trains will begin to ran botwweu Svlt Lake and Los Angeles today. 355 25th St. FRYER STUFFING FRISCOS Makes the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc BALLOT BOXES NOW Grand Jury Investigates the Alleged Aotisns ef Hsaret's Agents. Ban Francisco, April 10. Inquiry by the grand Jury into alleged ballot box tofflng by agents of Wn. R. llearst and Into telephone franchise corruption and a dedatoa by the stats supreme court Increasing th personal liberty of Abraham Ruef wery the net results of today's proceed ure la ths municipal "graft" Investigation. Tha grand jury took up the charge recently published in an afternoon paper to tho effect that Edward Graney, a prise fight promoter and ward politician, had confessed to Special Agent Burns that be bad in August, 1904, onussd primary ballot boxes to be stuffed at an expense of 9600. furnished by J. P. Barrett, and at the order of Barrett, nswg editor of the Ban Franelsro Examiner. A number of wttnaasee who were summoned denied unequivocally the chargee comprised In Grannys alleged confession r any knowledge bearing upon them. The first victory scored by the defense since Raaf was tndieted for extortion was achieved today In the supreme court. It cam in the form of n partial riling by that tribunal sitting en banc by which Ruef a petition for greater personal liberty la granted. The oourt withheld decision ns to that portion of Ruef habeas corps petition which detriea the legal right of a court to clothe an elisor vrith custodian powers. This elves tbs mala contention yet undetermined. 1 You will need for that part. Phone Round Trip to Los Angeles On sate daily April 26th to May 19th. to July 3!st 1907 Good returning HOME OF ENGINEERS. Imposing Structure Built by Carno gla's Money. New York. April United 10.-- Tho Engineer' society haa opened Its new home for the erection of which Andrew Carnegie gave $1,500,000. Tha form si dedication will take place next Rlaing thirteen stories high, with n frontage of 125 feet, the dub house la an Imposing structure overlooking Bryant park and the New York public library. Ike construction la of steel, covered with two to four Inches of porous terra cotta, and tho columns are grounded with concrete. The idea is to bring together the various engineering societies of the United States, where they will have a common meeting ground and to provide quarters for the national code-tieof mechanical, electrical ana mining engineers, a well as for auch aaao-rlatsocieties a may require headquarter In New York. While each la to maintain Its Individual Character, all are to unite to advance the engineering arts and erdences. Worlds Greatest Pageant will take p?ace first week in May. Ask any Utah agent or write for information to J. H. BURTNER. D. P. A., SALT LAKE CITY s e DEEP WATERWAY Whos Your a From the Lakes to the Gulf With Fifteen Feet of Water. Ilia., April 10. Tailor ? Gover- nor Derteen aent to the legislature the report of the committee appointWilBerlin. April liam' chauffeur, by hi dexterity In ed by him two years ago to investihandling hi car. yesterday probably gate and report upon the possibiliIt ties of a deep waterway between the saved the emperor from injury. Lakes and the Gulf. According to on hi was while the emperor way to n pnt rwr Berlin to attend the report, a channel containing fifa military breakfast that the auto- teen feet of water Is entirely feasmobile driver, in rounding a sharp ible from Chicago to Bt. Louis. Govturn, found a heavy transport wagon ernor Donees recommend that legMocking hi way. The chauffeur islation be enacted conferring upon threw on hi brake hard and the car th canal commissioners the power skidded. causing the emperor to lose necessary for the development and hts equilibrium. He was uninjured, use of the immonse water power made by the large flew of water however, and the car proceeded. proposed between Lock port and Utica an, recommend! that the state o that part of the revenue securo o RAILROAD DISASTER. O ed from the sule of water power shall O o be mad to contribute to the o of the proposed deep waters O O Hardwick. Vt.f April in. O One person kfled end about flf- - O vsy. O teen injured, one of them very o O seriously, in a wreck npon the O PENSIONS FOR SOLDIERS. O Ft. Jnbnsbiirg. Ijtke Champlain O cast O Pt. Petersburg. April 10. Emperor O railroad about two mile O of thi town today. The entire O Nichols, bo signed a decree giving O train, wshtbound passenger, 0 the families nf officers or uoldlen killO with the exception of the loco O ed In the suppression of disorders, or O motive left the rails and piling- - O wbo lost their lives et the hands of emiunk- - O O ed down a f 'Tty-foo- t lemur!, tho aoice pensiun as beO menl. O stowed, upon officers or soldiers who O O In thvir lives during the war with I eror pft-sibl- e 00000000000900 rrice being about equal then why not wear clothes made for you, clothes that individualize you and make you separate from mediocrity? leg-iflitt- DO IT NOW - OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Child s Poke Bonnet ot fancy bod; . Lai trim d with chiffon lavs 92.73. PRICE 12.25. train. Springfield. EMPEROR. Missss Body Hat with trimmed wreath of flowers and many loops of ribbdn, bandeau t rim'd. Natural and assorted trlmm'g. .Is pan EDMUND TAILORING CO. 345 24th Street .