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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - March 26, 1929, Bradford, Pennsylvania PAGE TWO HTE BR A PFOST) ERA, TTESPAT, STARCH SS, ISM. SHOWS AT 2:30-7:00-9:00 P. M. GRAND THEATRE TODAYan(l WED. Four of the Screen’s Greatest Characters Brought to You in Their Greatest Picture of Their Careers! Feature No. I ti NIXON ANT) LEWIS ADMISSION Matinee J 5c-30c Eve. 15c-30c-50c No Advance In Prices A living sacrifice to Honor, he found his freedom and happiness redeemed thru love. Can a n ex-convict come back! See this gripping motion picture for the answer. George O'Brien AND Estelle Taylor with UHL A HYAMS TOM SANTSCHI SAM DEGRASSE DUSSIA IS STATED Feature No. 2 YOUTH— PEP- LIFE— LOVE- JAZZ MAD” Trim MARION NIXON GEORGE LEWIS and JEAN HERSHOLT MUSIC BY BABY GRAND ARTISTS "MAKE BRADFORD A 100% A. A. A. CHT— JOIN THE MOTOR CLUB” K> KENDALL GASOLINE AND MOTOR OILS, sold in Bowman and Griffith. E Main St ! C. M. Benson & Son Crosby, Pa London. - Agreement    the Soviet and British oil E^ups jW> tlated through the Angl°-American, Oil Co., permits the marketing in Great Britain of 1,000.000 tau cl Russian oil products a year for the minimum of three years, bough, a world price level. This agreement rounds off the I series of agreements by which Russian I oil exports are limited, in India, the I Near East, Egypt, France and Germany, and only leaves a few 'European countries to be dealt wLh. , In effect, these agreements limit Rus-jslan crude oil production by limning sales of their oil products in all adja-1 cent markets, and so remove the menace to oil interests of other I countries of undercutting by Sov.ets. j With the elimination of the Russian ; oil menace the rise in price of gasoline in Britain has brought British ' prices up to world level and enabled W the British group to satisfy the re- ^ quirements of the American 0.1 Exporters Association, thereby completing the understanding begun by the conversation between Mr. Teagle.; * Sir Henry Deterding and Sir John Cadman in Scotland last year, and continued in Sir John's recent visit to the United States. Prom the Soviet’s point cf view the agreement gives them a larger share of the British market and has enabled them to raise prices by five cents a I gallon while still keeping below the level of the combine companies. For- , merlv, though in theory having the power to sell unlimited qurntitics of oil at any prices they liked, the Russians were in practice limited by the number of pumps they controlled. The combine companies, by granting a "secret rebate” or ‘loyalty bonus of two cents a gallon to all retailers who refused to sell Russian gasoline, were able fairly effectively to limit the number of pumps selling Russian gasoline. They could not, however, have raised their prices to present levels and expected to retain the same number of pumps if the Russians had left their prices unchanged. Effect of Agreement Distribution of the 1,000.000 tons of , Russian oil products in Britain between tho companies concerned will be made as follows: The Medway Oil Sc Storage and Power Petroleum companies will take 375.000 tons a year, of which 250,000 will be kerosene and 125.000 gasoline. Lubricating Sc Fuel Oils Co., controlled by Gulf Oil Corp., will take 40.000 tons lubricating oil. Russian Oil Products Co., will take 225.000 tons gasoline and 40.000 tons kerosene. The British combine companies, i Royal Dutch-Shell Co., and Anglo-Pcrsian Oil, Ltd.. through Anglo-American Oil Co., will take 150.000 f tons fuel oil, 60.000 tons gasoline and 40.000 tons kerosene. Ail these quantities are subject to 10% adjustment, plus or minus, de-; pending en total yearly sales of oil in Britain. The gain to the British companies is threefold. Competition; of Russian oil is limited, a rise in prices of 4’* cents a gallon has been ; effected, and the "loyalty bonus” of two cents a gallon is abolished. The Anglo-Perslan as a purely producing company, is the biggest gainer by the agreement. It is however, against the An^lo-Perslan that British press attacks, following the rise in I price in gasoline, have been directed. I The charge Is made that the government as the largest shareholder in ; this company should have used its influence to prevent the extra cost I Involved to motorists. Could Not Discriminate I It is forgotten, however, that In addition to the government’s holding of 54% of the capita! of Anglo-Persian, 46% is held by the public and that the government could not ignore the interests of these shareholders in order to gain the political support of motorists. Premier Baldwin stated in the House of Commons that the gov- i COO vo tty cs morning EGGS... EXACTLY RIGHT HARD OR SOFT... vou don t have to watch rn eggs iii this marvelous device Ever since Eve started cooking eggs for Adam, wives have been cooking eggs too hard or too soft. Ask any husband if that's not true. On Easter morning, make grumpy husbands cheerful. This miraculous'jclectrical dev ice cooks eggs exactly right! While you eat vour fruit or cereal, your eggs are cooking right at your elbow. You don’t have to **time“ them. When they're done the heat automatical* Iv shuts off. rn Starts in 5 seconds—cooks eggs in live steam. There’s one at S2 that cooks one egg—another at $5.50 that coojts four. With tray and egg nips in dainty seafoatn color to match. SI 1.50. BRADFORD ELECTRIC COMPANY ____eminent was unaware of the proposal. BojTanV'Garage ‘“Duke Center! pl '10 ”lsf    p'!‘"    »nd    ,hat h“ could not interfere with the commer- j elal management of the Anglo-Per-j sian. In any case the government j I could not make itself responsible for I j unfair discrimination against Ameri-! ran and other foreign exporters of oil to Britain wi*hout endangering international relations. I Tile existence of a "loyalty bonus” Gus Carleln Custer City, Pa Cooper St Sons E. Smethport, Pa. Genera) Garage Co ...... ......... Boylston    & Main St. Ideal Garage ............ ... South Ave. de E Corydon St Ideal Garage........Smethport,    Pa J. M. Bonham............Aiken.    Pa J no. M. Peterson & 8on .... 72 Chestnut St. ELDRED Phone 168 Phone 61 th SMB-14 Smith dr Hum EASTER TIME BUILDING Star Garage Co Barbour St. John Swanson .............. Sound lumber make'; a durable struc- .... Washington St Bennett St. ture. Timbers full of flaws will Thiel* Garage .... Glllmore. Pa. quickly decay and r.eces. Hate expen- Seven Dials Filling Station .. Hamlin Pa 1 reta*l2rs °* combine gasoline In    *'    "    ——————— Lewis Run Filling Stn.. Lewis Run    a,    d/5C    riT‘:rV)t:r.r‘ against cent on all contracts to be placed in    at the Bradford Supply company pipe cr«i.K j. u—    Rixford    Pa    trade    to    which the govern- a fund to compensate pre-war own she tearing away for repairs. For I Interstate Parkway St Bennett St your Easter or Spring building opera- C. L. White Motor Co, ...... tions give careful consideration to the lumber you use and all will be well. Taylor’a Garage We promise ‘hat the lumber you buy A. F Sprester . from us will be sound and well : H. L. Bruner .. seasoned.    I    Burt C. Shelley 472 E. Main St Lewis Run, Pa ,Coleville, Pi ..... Row Road Gifford. Pa. A. Miller & Son Lumber Co. ! Geo. H WoofiwYrd . Sawyer Road 118 Kennedy St. Phone 141 Great American & Pacific Tea Co. Red Front    140    Main St Opp. Holley Hotel Agency for Battle Creek Health Foods. Benson Si Matteson Get our low prices on Groceries. IC. A. Anderson would be the abolition of the eight,other products are concerned the league, the Comets will play the Orients a gallon tax. Consequent loss agreement    does provide    for com-    entals at 8:30 o’clock, n revenue from this source would a1- pcnsation    to    owners of Russian oil All members of the Phalanx    Frankest. certain.y be irrre than offset properties    in    as much as    with full    ternity are requested to send in    their .nd.-f'c ly bv increased income and knowledge    of    sellers, the    price has    reservations for the Charter    Night rUi£,r    prf    0lL    5°mPanles    btcn toed purposely bcl:w the world    dinner to    be held en Wednesday    ......  I*a    [-r; /    :    : r    aud    direct^ by    market price, so that this margin    eevning at    6 30 oclock. The Rsdg- Peter Monagc .... Lewis Run, Pa    v    i « govcrn" provid<* for compensation and will way Phalanx Fraternity will be the ;;men S holding in Anglo-Perslan. .be used for that purpose.”    guests of honor and will perform the James Farrell ... Inter. Pkwy Road Vj/'V 01,ndo.n Comparisons Despite this statement it is under- s induction ceremony on the local chap- Guy Smith.................... j    J* York price at service sta-jstood the price agreed Is nu so1". Dr. W. J. Fredericks will present Cor. Davia and Boylston St? hl,    ,    ?n Am"fcan gaJton favorable to the combine as that ob- tbe charter to the local Phalanx B. Bruner Duke-Eldred Road J}    V,x    Am"*can    gallons    tained previously by Vacuum Oil Co., Fraternity. Following the program in J. F. Hewitt Farmers Valley,    Pa    L JI    ^    f    bivalent    in its earlier contract with the    lhe dining    room, a basketball game M. F. Passmore Row City, Pa    CCn*    a BfltiSh Salbn In Rui**a^    b«    P^ed    by    the    two    fraternity Raymond R. Ford ... Corydon Road * Vhc n-w ♦*    *. v    a    Iat*r    in    twier Sir Henry New Dials Filling Stn. ... Limestone is Is 7d from    Deterding    stated: “Until expiration T]}« .Senior Hi-Y club will meet .. Crosby, Pa Colegrove. Pa THE BRADFORD ERA wSe DICTIONARY COUPON Clip } Coupons en consecutive days and present or mail same to this paper with $8c This new high class up-to-date Dictionary is far in advance of is. id., from which must be deduc- cf the present agreement 5 per cent! ud. du.y ar.d cost: of collection, 4'id.; of the amount du to Russia will d ..erence in commission to garage b reserved for    ann on Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock. The Lone Stars and the Indians ned a visit here next month but put his trip forward to Join American oil men in considering oil production matters.    .. A . , While his visit is primarily to Join directors of American Petroleum Institute at their meeting March -7 in discussing mea na for coneen tng crude oil production in the United States. Mexico and northern South America, it is quite likely hts presence will be availed of to discuss other matters of importance to the oil industry’. One of the important points of discussion will be that of foreign markets which are part of the whole world picture in oil, because of the large proportions of foreign demand for refined oils wlilch is supplied by American companies. 'The question of reducing the production of crude oil to harmonise with the demand will probably uke on a broader scope with Sir Henri in attendance at the gathering of oil executives. What will probably develop is that the oil production situation will be considered from a world-wide basis and not limited to this country, Mexico and Veneiuela and Columbia, the two producing areas of northern South America. Outside these countries, though It is an important CORE THROAT IMW Your money ba k if not relieved Jot* finer flavor JL —in everything you bake—cakes, biscuits bread, pastry— Pillsbuiy Best Flour made from the right kind of wheat! Soc by one swallow of 60. THOXINE HARRIET BEAUTY SHOP 22 Congress St.    Phone 607 .MI Lines of Beauty Culture Specialising in Lovely Lady Facials .....  11.00 Nestle Permanent Waring 97.50 Hiram says— "The World does Move,’* and we Move with it; There s something New. most every minute. And Everyone who Reads this Ad, I know are very, very glad To ride in an Auto, instead of Dx-Carer That Electricity (Mans Servant) is in the World*! So by Pulling a Switch, you get instant Light; Instead of Oil’s dim rays on your pathway at night? And lf ’ Pasteurized Milk was not used by Granddad?* Yet ere know it is Safer. And for it we are Glad. Use Pasteurised Milk—It’s Safe WALTER NEILLY & CO. MILK. ICE CKI!AM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 48 DAVIS SIRECI BRADFORD. PENN SYLVAN LA. PHONE MT Passed Up. THE STORY A GIRL WHO MAI MEN LIKE HEI By ROE FULKERSON Ct&g9 CHAPTER LIX gETTY waj so early at the office mantled. “I hate hysterical women." j office, and saw the things he “Oh. please, you’re all wrong! ira! talking about Her eyes shonefcl nothing like that! Andy hasn t done star* “Oh. he’s coming here the next that aho had m# any WPOng! It’s Just a misun- he goes!** she exclaimed. to get tho janitor of the budding to let her in. She walked around her little office, then .trolled Into And,’. .hav'n,'t    «n”: room and ran her hand affectionately across the back of his desk chair where she had so often seen his head rest. She sat in his chair and. assuming Andy's air as nearly as possible, said; “Take some dictation, Miss Brown! You will take dictation from me the rest cf your life, young woman! I am doing a1! tho dictating!" "Yea, sir!’* she answered in her own voice. | marry him because another man had She laughed at her foolishness and been so good to me that I felt I had scampered back to her own office, to marry him. I thought he wanted where she danced several steps. Re- * me to marry him. Yesterday I went membertnsr the time she danced In j to see the other man and found he Mr. Smith’s office, and the disastrous didn t want to marry me at all, but results, she stopped, eros? mg her wa* In love with another girl. leu fingers to w ard off bad luck. She j in a hurry to marry him because I •at down at her desk.    j    couldn’t stand being around Andy About half past nine her busher ( «hen I was so much in iovo with “It looks Ilks he might do thing of the sort.” snorted the * I gentleman. "Suppose you lit otto bag and take the answers to tim I letters. When you go into the vim room to type them you might mo all these things in there ao he mr. sounded and aho rose with a happy smile, picked up her note book and walked into Andy’s room. At the desk sat the senior Mr. Adair. Detty’s face fell. ••WhaV* the matter? Disappointed? Andy’s not coming down today. The old man is on the job again!” Betty’* chin trembled and she almost burst into tears. She sat down at her accustomed place, but Mr, Adair did not dictate. He sat silent, until she looked up at him. “What’s tho matter? I hate hys terical women! Thought you weren’t the world is coming tonight! You ,,    .    ,,,    .    .    ,    -    -    -    -    -      shop    on    Chestnut    street.    Rev.    Paul went as the controlling shareholder ers.    Mmer>    pas;or    0l    tl,„    E,„    End    Prfs. j in A: . cr- ,r>n made itself a party.; lh? Shell statement cf March    2,    byterian church w*iU be the    speaker It would seem that the pest answer after denying their group was pur-    Mrs. T. S. Caswell will    be    at the of Cha ne* Hor Churchill to press criti- chasing any Russian gasoline    or    organ for the singing, c.sms of the ri?o in gasoline prices; crude, went on to add ’ So far    as    Tonight rn the Senior    basketball that kind! What’s the matter7* demanded, fiercely. "Nothing, sir. I am all right!" “Y’ou’re lymj! .MI women lie! What’s the matter?’’ "I was expecting Andy. I was disappointed. I’m sorry.” "What s the matter. I said? Don t lie to me. Women all lie. I hate liars! I hate criers! What’s the matter?” “Nothing, sir." repeated Betty, rising. Tears dripped oft her lashes. ‘^letter tell me,” he suggested, kindly. "Oh. Mr. Adair, I can’t tell you! It s something one can’t tri!.” "Something about Andy?” "Yes, sir.” "What is It? Tell me, little girl” "I—I—I wanted him to marry me!” sobbed Betty. "Want him to marry you? Why doesn t he marry you? It there any reason why he shouldn’t marry you?” "Irs. sir!” She wrung her handkerchief "Why didn t you tell him yesterday?** "I dido t find out. till last night.” sobbed Betty, miserably. “Hell marry you or 1 11 horse-whip him! Ile shall right any wrong he has done jou, the pup! 1*11—” derstanding,** "How was I to know! Women I hate hysterical women!' "Do you want Andy to marry mar asked Betty. "I did, until you went crazy!" "Please. Mr. Adair, let me explain,” ' escape you! Women are such fosiii Betty seated herself on the comer! “I know I am:" cried Betty, lap, of the deak.    1    p«y. "Explain? Explain? Isn t that "You are the only one I ever hint what I ve bun trying to get you to. admit it I like you. I might ha^1 do for hours and hours? Explain?" f known you would get married The "Night before last, after we saw good ones always get married «</ you at the roof garden. Andy pro- j leave the office. You are the en? posed to me. I told him I couldn't erne who ever took my dictation ant didn t interrupt me.* “Your top-knot is down." Betty smiled at him, "What * that? What’s that?" Wa hand ruffled up his hair, inquitfcJflR "It s all right now. You look again. I'm afraid of you now." "Nothing of the sort! Nothing* the sort! You're not afraid of Pm not fierce! Are you going* take this dictation? I hate who dilly dally and shily tfcittr when they have work to do!’ "I have taken all you have lictaki this far,” answered Betty. "You not dictate, anyway. I can ani** those letters without dictation." “Th nk you’re smart, don't ! Andy said you could attend tai thing while he w as gone. Think yon can put the old man on the sh* do you? Gets a food secretly ** can attend to his work for a trait* or two ani then marries her! TOOR men haven’t any sense la bustse* I uaed to do all the ct rrespoadowo for this firm myself, and did it att! a pen. too, by gad I* * “You re wonderful. Mr. ASVfl* cried Betty, rising. “Let me iii* the letters and answer them far yon You stay here and watch fee Aafcj Make him do the right thing hr »• him. “I telephoned your house last night, but Andy was out. I came down this morning to tell him we could get married, and when I came in hero I found you instead of hun. That s why I cried. Ile has gone away and I can’t see h:m to tell him!” "Yes. and the United States mails are stopped forever! The wires are down, and there is no way to get him a telegram! The telephone service is out of commission and the end of have lost your last chance of happiness!” "Oh, but I wanted to tell him before he went away! He induced the people on the lake to invite me. I was to go with him as his fiancee!” Betty began to sob again. "Stop it. you little fool. I got let-    -    . ^    — ters to write! I ll send him a wire when he comes!” She AUghea * him as she spoke. “You’re a nice girl,” the old rosa admitted, grudgingly. “I and I know you wall ©chs Afldy * good wife. He tells me TOU have ne which will bring him back here kiting. Maybe he hasn’t gone yet. He was to go on the afternoon train. How can I be expected to know ? “He persuaded his mother to go. too. I suppose she was going    to    paints.    You    must    let m    M a> sponsor 3 ou or guarantee you    or i    father to    you.    But I    dew! something! Guess she didn t want ! 'OU will pay any attention to wn* to go. either, lie twists her around 1 say.” his finger, though. Women are like I "Indeed I will, too! IU do eiw that, fools! Women either cry    or    thing you say.    Fleas#, can    i interrupt you. or fool w th >our ba r    with it?”    She stepped    closer    ®    ^ or let sons make monkeys out of them!” "Oh. do you think we might catch him betons ho goes?” asked Betty, standing up in her excitement "Women are fools! Havent you got any eyes?” "What do you m«*an?" "Loo* in the corner. Do you think he is going without those golf sticks ’ Betty!”    ^ Do you think he will leave that ten- I    sat down on his TO* .. nix racket? Think the fishing rod is kissed him taking a summer vacation here in Play with what? Play with What are you talking aboutT "I want to play with t6l w knot!” Betty twisted it aronsiW finger as she spoke.    , “Don't do that! Don t do tm-he cried, impatiently. Then § ■* of kindliness came into his tees •* be said:    "Do anything you m ” SA VU — \s the raised her to look at the top-knot she IMP* He paused, aghaat. Betty bad I the office? Suppose he left that bag sbe ®»w Andy in the door, ha «J* •topped crying and went into a gale hero because he thought someone ,' *a ’ M ' with : ; r. Betty broke into peals cf lauf3*8*' of laughter. would steal it at th© house?* \\ hut s tho matter nor, "* he de-- Betty looked in the corner of the (to rtr cos ny vt rn owners in the u k    KfPUT** ,ioe Indemnity, and claims J111 &W ■championship of the producer on this side of the Atlantic m the L. K. as again*, com- nill ^maintained until the full IOO    al    7:30.:    .he    Royal    Dutch    group    is by'far' the fright11 ut!?! ln £mcrica V-,d” and>" <*n* has been paid ' to former Thc win^er will meet the” Oklahoma moat fre^ht, landing charges and Internal i ow aer* of Russian oil field* ”    *--- ------------- m Sw transport to London market I V*d.. a    — total of 7’.d . leaving net returns to w aa    *    .... Ncw'Tork lgalnit 54 Knts Y. M. C. A. NOTES The Russians stated tits team wMnn-r.    t .    , I   Imper tan    crude producing for the rJ.lni I Junior league interest and along with Anglo- division of the '?4 P    OU    has    -he    bul*    of    lh.8oil -—v Daily Developments * or SOCIAL INTER©*, th# Cobss* DETERDING IO ATTEND The Mens club of — th. ____. I The choir of the First Methodist club will be entertained at en> hem!- church win meet tonight at 7 30 The Emery Thursday nifbk o'clock to rehears# for the Easter j    — The Tuesday club of The condition of V. H Oxley of club will be entertained st I Emery this I sphere | Harmony or producing Interests in c^atlt* jail important fields of thc world as nil    lirrTlftinn    111    ll    A    *riI 15 ln f<5rcL&n marketing 15 a Mr r    IllUm    III    ll    C    j highly desirable factor to brins about    Moo rehouse    place,    who is    critically    luncher t at I ne UIL    HILL    I IiiU J    111    (J,    Ui * balanced pot ion for the v >rld oil    111 ln thc    Buffalo    General    hospital,    noor ‘industry. With Sir Henri present the    chowed a wry alight improvement last    -— of oil executives can niiht.    Thj*    Nous    club — no com- ^    .    - pense J n is payable to pre-war own-' ® regular meeting of the Junior era by the terms of the agreement'111'}’ club w111 ** held this evening find hailed it as a great victory ‘nr 7 °'cl°ck> All members of Junior largely on this account. Previous High or "y'’ *re invited to attend. negotiations on similar lines last fall Thc nlght school class in American-    _ broke down en this point, the 1Z2tj°fL worlc mwt this evening    Sir Henri Dotard***    I    conference or on executives can    The    Fn .*    ^1'^*    W Ruslans refusing to allow 5 per ®V    o’clock.    director    of    the    Royal    Dutch-RhtH    Sv    “    3    World'w:do    C(K"m    B    Fr--cman    is critically i!l at his wxtbi a ut:::    -*"V;t    s„ --------- 22.    «»o    -•>«>    SS    England    on    ■    SSSa,*??    MH? *-?««. ^.h* In cooperation j movement in Bradford, a shop meet- Thursday. staying in this world markets. MAIL ORDERS If by mail, include 9 cents postage up to 150 miles; 12 cents up to 300 miles, or for greater distances ask your postmaster for rate on 3 lbs. _______w       we    v»t    Mr. Carl    ,       _     ^    uivvi.    .|IUI9W|    ^ •ny similar volume heretofore Ar:n®ur*c« ‘he ipening of the Emery ’'s bc held at 12:30 oclock today country about a week H* had Biali * distributed by newspapers. Larg- Bcauty Sa,on- Wednesday morninv -      p‘an’ er P*ge, more words to page. more pages md contains many thousands more words, many new words not published in any other Dictionary. Unquestioned for Scholarship. Durably bound in dark green textils leather, gold •tamping.    6 Special—To gat It bound fn am bossed art cover, maroon and old gold, with full gold edge* and thumb Indexed, send $1.00 extra. ;    P    15    cord5ally    In-    V.ould    Lady    That    Took    Umbrella I Special Meeting of Piomlngo Club -too msP"t the new shop, Apt. f™ni Presbyterian church bv mistake WiU he held in club rooms on Pine aPPCintments today—ady. please return same to thc church — I Adv. Tooth Notice If your artificial teeth should break I C ampbell's Ovstcr llouve tney can be repaired and returned to And Restaurant you the same day. See Dr Grady, the Dentist at 82 Main Street. Telephone 3098.—Adv. Regular meals 30c. 28 w. Washington.—Adv. Reymer’a Famous Easter Eggs A.’, sites, name decorations free, leavt orders now, assorted, pure Jelly eggs, St., Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. AU members are urged to be present as this meeting is of importance. Signed by President of Club, C. J. Curtla. —Adv. Easier Hats and Dresses Hats $2.98, $3.50 and $5 OO Georgette figured crepe and black Satin Dresses. $7. no and $12 98 Thomas Hat Shop —Adv. * muiiaa jrwnj Aoromo, vans.,    ----    -    atm    I and son. Edwin Freeman of Wash- ington. D. C., IO locsm* ^ was played ta km Ington. D. C., have arrived in the dinner brid ;* city owing to his condition.    the suites in hotel. SpccUI 13!» «••) all IP* and block Baptists and Friends Come to the Easter Sunday services. I We clean 21 Park St. Bring a free frill offering for Missions, hats to Ic >k lib - new. Adv.    Peter    Koto Company. Read* to Wear Showing That Faster Package When you think of Laster and the "Bunny”, think of Belle 31 Main St Grand Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday the 26th candles. Eggs of all sixes for the chil <-nd a . :n we will have a display of dren. Assortments for the L. R, Carson, M. D. ^ 1045    PhbnF    20«    per    lb.    —AllegretU’i, 38 Mechanic Eas'" Apparel. The Bird Hat Shop folk*. 1045. Eatfii Hold. Sud Fioor.^AdvJ -Adv,    .    7 Congress St.-Adv.    I    Adv, pre-Easter Showing showing of Spring Coats and Frocks We will have a Pre-Easter Showing ■ McIntyre’s of smart Frocks. Ensembles. Coats and1 Fur Scarfs Tuesday and Wednesday:    We will have a 3 grown 1 the 26th and 27th to which we invite to Wear Tuesday Phone 3163. We Deliver. — all our patrons and f iends. The Bird 26:h and 2 Hat Shop, 7 Congresa St.—Adv.    17 Congress UR* ■ day The Bird Us* St*—”*’ Au f# ;