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f Id Sued' ,tinKfl.thU third
5 JK Moh month at Unity hall,
WSccond S 3trccU Sojourn-
iSKs Lodge of Perfection 2.
?.lllErr CLEM SCHRAMM
AWTof K. ftah Consistory No. 1
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:v"w rODGB NO. 1. F- AND A
sMfAH LODGE KO. 2, F. AN'D
fluEnla i hall. Second Monday each
feKSbSri of Bister lodged and so
Sffpthrcn In pood standing In-
KpHEK DIEHL Secretary.
JnAvH TEMPLE. A. A. O. M M'.
.'-IKrjdncad.iv of each month. Ma
'ku p. m. All nobles sojourn-
$m!' F. JENNINGS, Potentate.
J 1,0. O, F.
LODGE No. 17. I. O. 0. F.,
.Wednesday night at S o clock.
1?$ -itemple. Visitors welcome
)i ji, j. CR EAGER, N. O.
h. str.-y. y3M
J,t TEMPLE DIRECTOR" ;
lodgen meet as follovn:
re No. 1. Thursday.
l.iouce No. 2. Friday.
Bgi -Nd. 3, Monday.
ifge No, 9, Thursday.
e lodge No 15. Wednesday.
Jj?e Mg6 No. 17, Wednesday.
"? lire Ntc 22, Monday.
rbcampment No. 1, accorfd and
J lule'encarapmont No. 2, first
- EBKKAH LODGES.
- bejtah lodge No. 1, second and
tobekah lodge No. 5, first and
' 32IEN OF THE WORLD.
iJE CIRCLE NO. -11 MEETS
la flay, S o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
JFMAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
y Friday night at I. O. O. F.
i g ;
Xl UNION OF AMERICA.
tl (BEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
lay at I. O. O. F. temple.
K; E, V.. IuAYO. F. M.
I?I 0ENKINS, Secretary.
lis 1GHTS OF PYTHIAS.
J HE MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1,
. Cay, K, of P hall.
'? 5. H. A. JOPL1N..C. C.
OMPSON, K. of R & S. u36
if LODGE NO 23. K. OF P.,
y Saturday cvenlnp, 8 o'clock,
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FOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
tfldny evening, 1,. of P. hall.
r T8 OF THE MACABEES.
& M. SALT LA ICE TENT NO. 2.
fsday. I. O. O. F. hall. Vlslt-
- S OF THE MACCABEES.
CIt HIVE NO. i
- y firsthand third Tuesday, 6 p.
- . F. hall.
jjfAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Q UCE AERlENo" EVERY
m., A. 0. U W. hall.
a iTucjday. t! p. m A. O. U. W.
'1 )UNC1L. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
.J H. A. JOPLIN, Regent.
0 WES. Secretary.
J BROTHERHOOD OF AMER-
.H DGE NO, 7S. EVERY 1ST
lursday, I. O. O. F. temple.
fe Realm g
of Rubber. I
ll stock of Rubber Good la H
Anything of thla characlor
handlo 13 of worthy riiall- fiB
l wo guarantee them lo be H
?Mcr Bottles, 75c to J2.00, H
.,n Syringes. 75c to J2.G0. H
icu.room and Nursery sup- H
f ton Drug Co. 1
Cor. 2nd So. and State St. 1
Mo list of Trulned Nuraca. m
mT'0'1 a 'Bakln Powder
mark on every can.
IMi Aak tto Qrocor'
f-EIT BROS. GO.
--Tribune's Ogdeo Bureau
E C4SG WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. H
i Hv(rtlBlng Rates Furnished on Application. 1
AT THE EEaLY SCrSL.
r'hcn you come to Ogden. opponlto ho
L'nlon depot. The celebrated Ootormoor
Ivlt mattreMta In vory room. Sample
rooms nnd cafe In crnnectlon.
J. J. 8KUMMITT.
MONEY TO LOAN. (
Houses to rent.
'Phono M2-Z. ' 24M Washington Ave.
Rt Hea3y House Safe.
Under new management. First clnss In
cvory respect Courteous treatment
Lunchca put up to order.
.T. JENSEN & CO.. PROP.
I DRINK '
Natural lithiA water,
"Makes everything Good." ,
F. J. KIchcI Co., Ogdcn.
Rlcgcr Llndley. Salt Lake. Dls- i
The only first-class liquor store In the
city. You can't misa It. Display of ducks
B. F. LIVINGSTON, Proprietor.
12 25th street, Ogden, Utah.
( Ogdcn'a finest cafe. Lemp'n beer oa
( draught. 2V2o Washington Ave, )
LBEDOM & PATT1SON. Propn. ?
V D. BLOBSER. J. L. BLOSSER.
Your thirst Parlor. 2477 Washington ave.,
UTAH COUNTY PAYS OUT
$1419 FOR GRASSHOPPERS
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Sept. 21. The grasshoppor crop
Ih Utnli county had been heavy this year.
During the period from March 20 to Sep
tember 20, 171,110 pounds of grasshoppers
havo been caught, costing the Stato and
county $H19.20. Tho State pays two-thirds
ami tho county one-ihlrd.
Thomas J. Wright heads the lldt with
tho largest catch. Ills part of tho spoil
amounts to S12.4S (ov 11.702 pounds of tho
Insects. More thun eighty persons will
draw money for having helped extermi
nate tho' pest
Joe Darrcr received a slight, but pain
ful Injurv to his forehead this morning.
While entering the stall In which the fam
ily horse Is kept, the animal turned and
'bit him Just above the right eye.
Frank Carter received a bad cut on his
lower Hp last ovcnlng. Ho was opening
a bottle of soda Water, when it exploded
and a piece of tho luss cut his lower lip.
J. H Denhalter Is around onco more,
after being laid up with a severe attack
Nopil Beck, aged 21. of Spanish Fork,
received license to wed Lettlco Loyslon,
aged IS, of Sputllah F6rk.
Clarence Bern. Whig McFndden, Frank
Graham, Will nnd Frank Alexander were
lined J15 each by Justice Noon for disturb
ing the peace.
Mr, nnd Mrs, Alex iledqulst returned a
few days ago from the Eat, having also
visited tho World's fair at St. Louis.
City Attorney Jacob Evans left today
for the East He will Uike In the World's
fair on his trip.
Tho dates of registration havo been set
for October 11. 12 and 13; also November 1
and 2. This vear there will be a complete
rieV registration. Nd one will be able to,
Vote who does not register this fall.
Lee Bell Is the Provo agent for Tho Salt
Lake Tribune, at 170 West Center ntrect.
All business and deliveries attended to
personally, insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. Persons wishing to
have The Sunday Trlbuno bnly can have
same delivered to their homes.
The Salt Lake City Brewing com
pany having appointed the Kentucky
Liquor company resident agents lor
their retail business, desire to thank
the public for their generous patron
age in the past, nnd nsk that In future
nrrtfits for beer be given the Kentucky
Grain Plunger Indicted.
ST JOSEPH. Mo,, Sept. 21 Tho grand
Jury today Indicted W. H. Hhrrouu. the
grain plunger, on seven counls for for
gory In tho third degree.
LAST YELLOWSTONE EXCURSION
Via O. S. L. Round trip only ?49.G0.
Thla rate covers all neccfraary rail and
stage transportation, and hotel expenses
beyond Monida for seven days tour. Sec
agents for further particulars. City
Ticket Olllce, 201 Main St.
Funston Starts East Saturday.
TACOMA, Sept. 21. Gen. FUnston, who
was In Tacoma today, said he expected lo
leave Vancouver barracks hoXt Saturday
fbr Chicago, to aaBumo command of tho
Department of the Lakes,
Hock Springs ''Peacock'" Coal? lump(
nut, slack, Sold only by Central Coal &)
Coke Company. Oluoetf, 142 Main street
(temporary). 'Phone, S18; 00 Vv'e9t 2nd
Souths 'Phono SOS. Yard 5th South and
Will Christen the Intrepid.
SAN FRANCISCO, ScpL 21. Secretary
of the Navy Morton has sent a telegram
to M D. De Young, proprietor of the
Chronicle, naming his daughter. Miss Hel
en De Young. nK sponsor for tho training
ship Intrepid, to be launched nt Mar6
Island on October 8.
Records Don't Come Off
Till they pay. Merchants' Protective
Assn. Rating Bookrt for Suit Lake City,
Ogden City, Park City, Boise City,
Honolulu City, tell- J
RAILWAY YARDS TO HAVE
NEW TRACKS AT OGDEN
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Sept. 21. Improvements are
about to begin In tho railway yards that
means much for Ogden.
Surveys are under way for now tracks
and work will begin In a short time. Tho
freight trnnsTer station will be removed
and the car repair shops erected on that
alt6. Mole than all this tho whops rtie
ti bo enlarged to inummoth proportions
feet to be added to those already In
R. Evarls and MlnsMaude Standing
woro married today at tho. residence of
W. W. Boatwrlghl. The bride, l3.a clerk
Ih F, AuorbaGh'n store, Salt Lake, aild
the groom Is employed In the auditor's
ofllc- of the Oregon Short Line m that
A unique letter came from the Cali
fornia bulldlntr. St. Louis, and bore the
"To Sam." The Tribune man.
Catch him In Henldsburg If you can.
in the Golden State by the Bunpet seat
There Is where old 'Sam' should bo."
Chief of Police Browning ban received
a telegram from the Sheriff at Trinidad.
Colo., announcing that he uns on his
wuj to Ogdcn to take back with him tho
Will Howarth, representing tho W. O.
Kay company of this city, has returned
front Cudhe vrtllev nhd renorts I he record
breaking wheat crop of tho year. J. C.
Jlmmerflon has a 100-ncre patch of wheat
that averaged him seventy-six bushels to
Former Chief of Police Metcalf In in tho
city from Kansas visiting friends.
Conductor Rhino is cohValesqlrik rapidly
and will be back on his train shortly.
Warranta wore Bworn out today for tho
arrest 0 Contractors O'Neill. Kelscy and
Moran for violating Iho clglit-hour law.
Tho complaining witnesses are Grant
Syphors and 11. II. A.lberB, representing
the Trades and Labor assembly. The de
fendants will test tho validity of the law.
Dan Matlcavlch, Iho Austrian who was
arrcHtcd on complaint of n fellow-countryman
who accused him of robbing him
of J105, wan bound over by Judge Howell
today on the chargo of grand larceny.
Sheriff Stranp of Shoshone. Ida., came
to Ogden todav and took back with him
Tom Irving, wanted In that city for rob
bing a Mrs. Jackson of ?10. Irving con
fessed his guilt to tho Idaho of (leer. It Is
salit that Irving may havo to answer to
n charge of robbing tho United States
Two Haystacks Burn at Payson.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
PAYSON, Utah, Sept. 21 This morning
at 2.30 o'clock tho Inhabitants of Payson
wore aroused by the cry of lire and tho
discharge of firearms. The. lire was In
two haystacks In tho northeast part of
town, belonging to Edward Wilson, Tho
crowd which aooii gathered succeeded in
saving a portion of tho hay. The owner
suffered tho los,s of a slack of hay In tho
same ihunnor a year ago at the same
place. -Many are beginning to believe that
some Incendiary Is at work.
A lire was also discovered In the corral
of Mr. Drlssei, an old gentleman living
two blocks eaat or tho Wilson place, last
night, but was quickly extinguished.
The Payson school board 'has Issued a
chll for a meeting at the Central school
holise tomorrow evening for the purpose
of electing five delegates and two alter
nates to attend a non-partisan conven
tion at Provo Saturday, to nominate a
candidate- for County Superintendent of
Schools lor this county.
CLASH BETWEEN COURT
AND DISTRICT ATTORNEY'
Special to The Tribune
MAN'fl, Sept. 21. There was conslder--ablo
of a sensation In the District court
hero yesterday when the case of the
State vs. H. P. Boscn was called. The
cose was called tho previous day, but
the defendant was absent nnd no onO ap
peared for him. W, D. Livingston askod
that the case go over for the term, but
the court refused to (In this, saying that
the defendant hud not been arraigned
nnd he hud alBO neglected to appeur the
lhst term of court. There was trouble
at the last term over tho case between
the Judge and District Attorney, but It
was finally passed. The same thing was
attempted Inst Monday, but the court
couldn't be lnado to sec the necessity, so
that he ordered the defendant to appear
yesterday to bo arraigned.
When court convened yesterday the of
ficers of the court were Interested In
what would be the result, knowing that
tho effort lo havo the case passed before
had caused trouble.
When the cas6 was oallcd Mr Living
ston was asked by the court If ho had
anything to Bny about the arraignment,
but Ua to the (rial of Hit' case he did not
care to try It, or words of that Import.
Tho court then ordered the defendant to
bo called by tho bull HY and the defend
ant not responding, the court ordered
the bondsman to bo called and required
tb produco tho defendant Immediately,
nnd falling to do mo the court declared
their bond forfeited.
He also ordered tho clerk to issue a
bench wnrradt for ttlo arrest of tho de
fendant H. P. Boscn, In obedience to" tho
bench warrant, unncarcd in coUrt this af
ternoon. Mr. Bosen entered a plea of not
guilty to tho charge of compounding a
felony The Judge ordered that the de
fendant propnro to go to trial this term of
court- District Attorney Livingstone, af
ter having asked that the case go over
for tho term, tt-tused to prosecute It If set
for trial at tills time.
jThc Judgo H.ild that there was no reason
given that would Justify a continuance of
the cage again und appointed William P.
Reld and A. H. Chrlntenscn to prosecute
the case. Mr. Bosun's attorney, Soren X.
Chrlslonsen, Is In Salt Lake City, and will
come to Mnntl tomorrow.
The defendant aald in court that Iho
roiison he had failed to obey the orders of
the court to nppcar for arraignment was
thai his attorney had -represented to him
that It would bo unnecessary, as the Dis
trict Attorney would have the case go
Bosen was arrested about a 'lar ago
In Salt Lake for accepting rrionej' to with
draw a prosecution against the betrayer
of Ills slater. When hl.M ease was called
for trial last May he was not present. The
District Attorney asked for a continuance.
In denying the motion, Judge Johnson as
serted In open court that ho understood
there hnd been an understanding grow
ing out of politics by which Boson wiis to
bo released. Tho case Waa then ordered
to be set for trial at the September term
N J. Prohsteard's Jewelry atore was
burglarized last night. The burglars of- '
'focted an entrance from the back dobr.
They carried away about JS00 worth of
Jewelry, consisting of linger rings,
watches, watch chains nnd Other rimall
articles. They romoVCd th6 glasn from
t)io door and crawled In through the apcr'
tUre. Two (Suspicious persons havd been
Hollced In thb vicinity for tho past two or
three days and today they could not "bo
found. The offldcrs have a number of
slight clou's. One feature was tho dis
covery of a brace and hit Near Iho en
trance to the store. It had boon taken
from ft blacksmith shop about two blocks
from tho flcone of tho robbery and was
Identified by Its owner thlH morning
Tho ca.o of tho Stato of Utah vs. Emll
Rosenbauml which han been. bccUpylng
tho attention of the court today, was sub
mitted to the Jury about 4 o'clock this
afternoon. Tho JUry, after being out
nbout two hours, returned a verdict of
gulltj,. Roeenbaum was charged with
adultery with a feeble-minded girl named
Comlno. Thompson. Tho defendant will bo
sentenced Friday morning tit 10 o'clock by
The Ladles' Literary club of Mantl will
hold tho llr.it mooting of tho club year,
September 29, at the home of Mrs. A. H.
Chrlstcnson. The ntudy subjects for the
year are: American Literature and tho
History of Mexico, supplemented by Bny
View mncrazlno articles, debate and par
liamentary law. One meeting out of every
five will be devoted to story-tolling and
tho reading of original pocms stories and
The following nro the members of the
club- Mrs. Jennie Chrlstnsnn. president,
Mrn. Belle Brown, vice-president; Mrs.
Ella Crawford, Bocrbtarv nnd treasurer;
Mrs Lodlca 01st?n, Mrs Kate Snow,
Mr Jane K. Reld, Mrs Mllllo Kerr,
Mrs. Ella Cox, Mrs. Llla Harmon, Mrs
Ethel Madsen, Mrs. Hllma Becker, Mrat
Olivia Burns, Mra. Jennie Crawford,
Mrs. Tenna Brown, Miss Alta Brown,
Miss Louise Jorgonse.n."
Applicants Tor membership: Mrs. J. II.
Hornung and Mrs. Irtno Tlrtgey
The Ladles Llterarv clUb belongs tb
the Utah Fcdoratloh of Women'B clubs.
Joseph S. Snow of this plnco received n
telegram from his brother. S. P. Show, of
Orangevlllo, Utah, saying that Hazel
Snow, the 18-year-old daughter of S. P.
Snow, died suddenlv this rpornlng.
UTAH SUGAR FACTORY
OPENS AT AMERICAN FORK
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Sept. 21. Tho mas
sive machinery of tho Utah sugar factory
was placed In operation this morning for
tho long, continual run which the factory
will have this year. More than 200 men
will bo placed on Iho company's1 pay
rolls. The cutting of sugar bcet3 will
begin at once. New Ufah 9Ugar will ho
produced Fllday. The cutting stations
Will begin t6 pour In their JilPce todav.
They havo been In operation since yes
teidtiy morning. The company will op
erate a day and a night shift, which will
njtprnate every two weeks. In order to
effect this change cilch shift will be com-pt-lled
to work one shift of IS hours ev
ory two weeks. For the past two weeks
train load .after train load, of coal has
boon pouring Into the bunkers for th'
Blartlng of the year's .run. Every freight
train brings In car after car of beets,
which are rapidly moved Into the bins to
await the qhopping. Charles Crabb . of
Lehl will havo charge of tho factory here
thl8 year. James A. Gardner, tho former
superintendent, having been given the po
sition of general overseer of tho com
pany's Interests in Utah afid Idaho.
The following towns will at once havo
their city ordinances revised: American
Fork. Lehl, Pleasant Grove. Spanish Fork
and Tayson. The ordinances con ll let with
some of the State law's The curfew law
will also receive some adjustment.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Jnckltn loft to
day for a vacation visit lit Charleston, aa
tho guests of Mrs. Jacklln's parents, Mr.
and Mra. John Caapcr.
John Rasmusson of Draper haB clos6d a
deal whereby he becomes tho owner of
the Joseph Ovrtrd rcsldolice."!The consid
eration was SHOO.
The marriage of Charles E. GIIob of
Provo to MIhb Bertha Bateman of Al
pine was solemnized In the Salt Lake
Temple today. Tho couple will be given
a reception at the home of the. bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Bate
nlan. Born, to Mr and Mrs. Lou Jennings
or Salt Lake City, a baby girl. Mrs.
Jennings waa formerly Miss Abbey King
of UiIb place.
Tho discovering of one of the most Im
portant ledges In American Fork canyon
was made last week, "and became known
today. The discovery was made near the
I3vaii8 gulch. During the early '70s Maj.
Evans shipped moro than 500 tons of rich
lloat ore from the gulch which bears his
name, but waa unable to localo tho ledge
from which It camo Since that tlmo
many tons of this rich float ore havo been
sold. A short time ago a strike was mado
on the Steele property, which stimulated
renewed endeavor and M. T. Richardson
of Bingham canyon, an export mlher.
will) tho assistance of other men, set out
to locate tho ledge. After spending three
dtiys he discovered the groat ledge, which
Was found to bo on the ground ow nod
bv the Silver Glance Mining company,
and on which John II Wooton & Co. havo
a bond and lease. The ledge consists of
galena ore with carbonates; also spar
that Is full of bromides, and runs high
Mark Dunkley, Boss Ingersoll and Dee
Adams, minors, are doing a alunt In the
city bastllo for playing billiards In a. sa
loon. The prlmarv for electing six delegates
and two alternates to a ProVo convention
on September 24 will be held Thursday
evening. September 22 At this conven
tion a non-partisan ticket Will be made.
Seedless Raisins Flourishing1.
Special to The Tribune.
MODENA. Sept. 21. President Joseph F.
Smllh and wife. President A. H. Lund,
Apostle II. M. Smith and Mrs. Julia Brlx
oh, who have been attending the regular
quarterly conferences In Gurlleld. Kane
and Washington counties, camo up from
St Georgo yesterday, en route lo Salt
ApoHllo Smith said that everything wns
nourishing In Dixie; that the crops were
ahbndanti that the seedless raisins espe
cially had done well this year, and that
the fruit-growers of Dixie expected
to make this crdp as remunerative us the
sugar beet Is In northern Utah.
Methodist Church Nearly Completed.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SANTAQUIN, Sept. 2i. Carpenter will
havo the Methodist church ready to start
school in by Uie last of the month, with
Miss Baker as teacher, and under the
patronago 'of tho Methodists,
A prominent fruit-grower hero estimates
that one hundred tons Of fruit havo been
shipped out of Santaquln this aeason.
Ne-w Cloths New Styles.
Nfiw cutting, gooda selected person
ally by me In New York. Will make
them up better aild cheaper than nnv
other tailor. J. Baumgarteh. 122 Main"
Secretary Metcalf Quest of Honor.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 21-SeoroUiry
of Commeroe Victor H. Metcalf wan tho
guest of honor tonight at a banquet given
by the commercial organizations of San
SCIENCE SCORES AGAIN.
A. Preparation That Will Destroy the
Dandruff Germ Discovered,
Finally tho scientific student has dis
covered ii certain remedy for dandruff.
When It first became known that dan
druff is tho result of a germ or para
site that digs Into the scalp and saps
tho vitality of hair at the root, causing
ailing hnlr and buldncsft. biologists set
to work to discover some preparation
that will kill the gorm. Aftr a year's
labor Ih ono laboratory, tb dandruff
germ destroyer was dlscoVcrod: and It
is now embodied In Newbro's Herplclde.
It prevents baldness, .stops falling hair
Und Bpcedlly eradicates dandruff. "De
stroy the cauHc, you remove the effect."
Sold by leading druggists Send 10c In
stamps for Haniple to The Herplclde Co..
Detroit. Mich. .
park city I
I TRIBUNE BUREAU
I C4 N. Main Stmt. Tclophono 73. u
Park to Havo Football Team.
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Sept, 21 The boys of tho
Park City high school met last evening
nnd organized a football team for Iho
season. Charles Hosmer waa elected cap
tain of the team, and It wiw decided that
actual practice work should begin today
Last year Park City had no team, and
the bos Have determined this year to
make good losl time. Efforts will bo mado
at once to secure a good coach, andti Judg
ing from the enlhuslaapi that now pre
vails the team will accomplish something
beforo the sooflon Is over.
Tho funornl of the Into Alox Brunker
took place at noon today from the I. O
O. F. hall. Under the auspices of the local
camp of Woodmen of the World. Tho re
mains were Interred In the Woodmen plot
In Glcnwood cemetery.
Dr. and Mrs. Soymoro and Miss Etta
Martin of Baltimore. Md., arrived In
camp this morning and will remain hero
about two weeks, the guests of Dr. and
Mrs. E. P. LeCorr.pto. After their visit
hero, the party, accompanied by Mrs. Le
Compte, will visit tho St Loulo fair.
Schools Close Because of Dyphtheria.
Special to Tho Tribune.
DRAPER. Utah, Sept. 21, Tho school
has been closed, after having run two
days, on account of diphtheria. Pauline,
twelve-year-old daughter of J. R. Allen,
died tills morning of this drcade'd disease,
having only been 111 about thirty-six
hours. It Is probable that all public gath
erings will bo suspended for the present,
and as far as possible all children kept Off
the streets, as It Is feared the whole towh
has been exposed,
Delegates to the Republican county con
vention from this precinct are as follows:
D. O. RIdcout, Mniiln Andrus, Thonlas
Vawdrey. J, YV Smith and C. N. Smith.
The Republican club was reorganized,
with Heber A Smith as chairman nnd
John Boberg as secretary. James IT. Day
iwas choice for precinct Justlco and Har
ry Howard for Constable.
MIH Golda RldeoilL left several days
ago to accept a school In Carbon county.
Weather for today Partly cloudy and
unsettled, with possibly showers; cooler
Yesterday's record ht the local office ol
Ihn Weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, 7S degrees; min
imum temperature. K) degrees; mean tem
perature. GS degrees, which Is -1 degrees
above tho normal.
Accumulated excess of temperRltiro
slnco the first of the month, 7S degrees.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, fi degrees.
Total precipitation lioni ti p. m. to C p.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of the month, .54 Inches.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco the first of tho month, 2.S0 Inches.
Abilene 72Miics City 02
AshcVllle 7GModena 7G
Atlanta SG Montgomery 92
Bismarck D2Moorhcnd . .. .52
Boise ,...76New Orleans S3
Boston . 72Now York 73
Buffalo GS Norfolk SI
Cairo 73Northfleld Gl
Calgary GGNorth Platte G2
Charleston SGOklahoma 70
Chicago GOOmnha , 51
Cincinnati TGPhoenlx . P0
Denver GGPlttsburg . ..- 7S
Detroit ,. GGPocatello . 70
Dodge CSPortland 70
Duluth 40 Rapid City 52
Elkins ..70Roseburg 76
El Paso S2St. Louis 73
Galveston SGSL Paul 52
Grand June 74 S. Ste Marie 43
Havre GGSan Francisco ....GO
Helena Gl Santa Fo 70
Huron SOScranton , , 72
Jacksonville SSSpokano 72
Knmloops . GSVIctorla G'
Kansrus City GO Washington ,l&
Knoxvllle 78Wlnnemucca 0
Lander GSWInnlpeg 50
Llttlo Rock 7SYuma og
Los Angeles SO
Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thursday
The Paris Millinery Co.
SAVE LIFE OF
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 21.
George Faulket-Bon, William An-
drews and a man named Leo
have given up 1G8 square Inches
0 of cuticle, at Mount Sinai hospital
to Bave the life of Florence
Stearns, 3 years old, who was
terribly burned. The operation
0 wns successful nhd the child has
a chance of recovery.
How strange that so dainty
a thing should possess such
4 Your Rroccr rtlufni yoilr money if you don't liks
I The Swarm of Flies
"Which make a systematic in
vasion of your rooms to avoid
I the crisp weather preceding
winter can be put out of busi
ness with one of our Patent Fly 1
We have just received a large
number of these for the use of
every housewife, who has in H
i in mind the cleanliness of her U
II house, and tho health of the I
people who inhabit it. The cost 1
is a trifle.
miwe tbe gars
DB. THOS. C. CAKTER, AIT EMI
NENT WASHINGTON PHYSI
CIAN, GIVES MUNYON'S PAW
PAW A STRONG PROFESSIONAL
I have used and am now using Munyon's
Paw-Paw, and Hnd It a most effective pep
sin tonic. 1 successfully prescribe It In
cases of severe nervousness, Indigestion
and stomach trouble.
Professor Munyon Is to be congratulated
In utilizing the fruit of the Paw-Paw
tree, the digestive qualities of Avhlch. T
believe, la flccond to no Known production
In the fruit or vegetable klncdom
THOS. C. CARTER, M D.
32 C St , N. W.
"I Want every tired woman afie-- a hard
daj's work or an afternoon's shopping, to
take a tablcspoonful of Paw-Paw and see
how tjulckly It-will refresh and Invigorate
"I urgo upon brain-workers particular
ly the use of Paw-Paw. It will Immedi
ately give tone and energy to tho whole
"If tho toller who feels the need of a
stimulant will stop Into tho nearest drug
store and ask for Paw-Paw, he will haVe
no further use for whisky, beer or other
Sold by all druggists. Large bottles, SI. j
Paw-Paw Laxative Pills, 2o cents a bottle '
m Closing out picturo M
M sale. Every pic
iuid framed cw n
j& un framed must 'ba H
m sold at any prica, M
III. K.'SergM go., J l
I 164 Main . j
Most eyo tfou!. may bo cured
by wearing tho right glasses.
Jno. Dayn.&s & Sons '
High up . on Iflnln street. Low
down In price
26 MAIN STREET.
j Si fl
IN GOLD TRADING STAMPS WITH I
EVERY $1 PURCHASE. H
flfTj THIS OFFER IS ON ALL is'EW FALL jSj H
gaail AND WINTER jMEROHANDISE A .NX) h$tifi H
fPSli SHOES. Jregfrg H
fwtk ot an effort to dispose of summer goods, rvl 1
but everything you need for tyie coming sea- esos
DIVIDEND DAY ON SATURDAY. :g l
: Every collector of Gold Trading Sta'raps en- Plf
Wnl titlecl to S1-00 worth of Stamps "Free. Brine: ''H ' 1
HJJJS 3 our books. " fflij H
,t-.... .a , In gold trading iHTOJ
IB $7.50 SKf $ 1 .00 HI
ITlna ffhree days only. fiWDV
New York Gasl Store I
i in iiirmri rTrrm nTTrrmr mm-rTi irrrn-n 1 rmrm mm rTmrnT--"" H
B ,mmm mm sraei news.,, j
f- We clothe Boys of all sizes j
I Pf nucl ageSj I
I Jr?L From the little fellows just g
I frr47 donning pants, up as big as J
I ( , they grow. I fl
I )- (' z e cloie tucm h excep- I
i 0 JL o tionally well, I
I rr 0 - Especially those graduating I
I ZZj into manhood the Young I
8 l fin' IUcn' 11
1 1 ' " At the ages where they insist
j on the most precise stale's and J iA
I l ?t ftppi'oved. patterns, such as are 9
I T shown here. fi
Young Men's Frtll Suits from I
I Some particularly dressy 1
ones, 10 to 20.
mil J9 P. GARDNER MAIN STREET H
j THE QUALITY STORE H