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HH dick si tor, and so (lie newly wed liiis-
HH tress of the house niidei took, with the
Hfl nid Of the maid, to get the .Sunday
HI luncheon. The little maid, who had
HH been HtruKKluiK in the kitchen with a
HB I'll' mill that would not work, con-
HI fesscd that she had forgotten to wash
BS (lie lettuce.
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Mrs. A. B. Ci Day, a ptOBOOf woman
of Carson City, Neva d I, In dead at
tin age of .
The Colorado Woman ' Republican
club has indorsed Mrs. Dewey C. Hal
l'v lor congress.
Within a month upwar Is of a dozen
mat .ave been shot, wounded or
killed at Virginia City, Neva. I I,
Owing to del, iy In securing mater
ials the Western PadflC will not com
nence running their trnins until No
ember, fay the Ely, Nevada, News.
A ciiifiuct has been let for tho
building of a new theater ar Mono.
.Veviola. to cost 89,B60. Senator BoO,
s. Nixon is Interested In toe eater
prise Q K. Wilson and B. W. Muiphy, two
old prospi'ctors, have (IIscom red a
Ibdgl near Dolillleld which has the ap
prarance of carrying commercial a8
lieslos A leamater named Charles Miller,
employed by the Missouri Klvor POWST
company, piet Instant death In a runa
way while engage I In hauling steel
for the new dam across the Missouri
river near Helena.
William .f. (irlswold, ranchman and
sin epowner of Cherry Crook, Nevada,
suicided last week taking poison. Kv-
ery effort eoa made by his Meade to
save his life after It became known
that he had t:tken the poison, but in
Senator Charles A. Culberson of
Texas will be the opponent of Wil
liam I. Hryan for the Democratic
nomination for the presidency In
1912," announced Senator Robert Tay
lor of Tennessee In an Interview at
Mrs. Annie Furlong and Mrs. .lane
Qiilnn, wly) are sisters and both much
over seventy years of age, became
Violently insane at Verdi, Nevada,
and before they could he restrained
did much damage in the neighbor
hood of their hoe. -.
Probate fudge Coffey has fixed the
amount of the inheritance tax to he
padd to the state of California by the
widow of (he late Clans Spreckle at
$07,051. In a partial distribution of
the estate three weeks ago Mrs.
Spreckles was allotted $3,370,884.
W. R. Nicholas, state engineer of
Nevada, han completed the plans for
the new prison and has submitted
them to the prison board. The plans
1rovide for accommodation of more
ban three hundred prisoners. The esti
mated cost of the structure Is $275,000.
The receipt! at the United States as
say office In Helena for the month of
September, according to the statement
of the official In charge, amounted to
$109,000, of which Montana contribut
ed $1)3,000. This is a gain of $5fi,000,
compared with the receipts for the
corre.-iKindlng month last year.
Montana is to have a now railroad,
articles of Incorporation of the Moo
lana. Wyoming & Southern company
of New Jersey having been filed with
t!i" secretary of the State, A standard
gauge line Is to be constructed trom
Bridge and Belfry to Hear Creek, Car
bon county, a distance of thirty-three
The automobile carrying the l'hiia-
ib I ihia Prose courii r bearing a rues-
.rv from President Taft to the prop
id i,i ot the Alaska-Yukon-Pacillc ex
positon, rolled down a tOrfOOt em-
bonkment into tho Booqualntle river,
three miles west of North Bend,
Wash. The occupants of the car
Declaring the methods now used in
dealing with it prisoners are dls
raceful, Police Commissioner Ceorge
matrong Of Spokane marked his
day in office by ordering hot wa
ll SOap towels and Safot) razors for
all the men In jail, and declaring that
in t lie tut tire any prisons; being re
leased shall be entitled to a "full stom
ach, a both, clean clothing and a
shave, to make bun teal like a man."
The Florence (ioldeld company
has declared a dividend of ten
rents per shaie. payable October
II, making the total disbursements
1030,000. Consolidated Florence and
Combination Fraction dividends, pay
aide within thirty days, total $l,'.'t;:i,
000. Weather permitting, trains will be
operating between ,San Francisco
and Salt Lake City by the Western
Pacific, beginning November 1st,
says the San Francisco Chronicle.
Hut sevi my live miles of the new
transcontinental line remain to be
William Reese, a farmer of Sumas,
Wash., near tho international boun
dary line, was lined $800 and costs In
too federal eosvt t Tocoojo for hav
ing smuggled a dressed pig across
i -J lui-huuuilaxi' Jluhj prtfh, finlWh'l ttt
j the United States. He pleaded guil
ty and paid the flue.
Septoniber gold receipts st the Se
attle assay office were letis than
12,000, ooo, or nearly a million less
than for last September. 1-a.ck of
water for the placer mining is the
tause Receipts tor the yaar will
be about $18,000,000.
SERMON BY PRESIDENT TAFT
Draws Lesson From Text That "He
Who Conquereth Himself isGreater
Then He Who Taketh a City."
Fresno, Cal. President Taft was
treated by practically the entire pop
ulation of the city and surrounding
ountry upon his arrival here 00
Sunday, and after a hort automobile
lilp through the business section,
lildrcssed a gathering of many thou
lapds IB the court house square.
The president's speech was In
reality another Sunday sermon, the
third he has preached since his trip
His text, quoted trom memory,
was "That he who conquereth him
self is greater than he who taketh
a city," and from It drew the lesson
that popular government must be a
(allure unless It Is based uon sound
common sense and the self-restraint
that goes to make the good loser.
Ho drew an analogy between the
American people in this respect and
those peoples who, in their attempt
at self-government, follow an elec
tion with a revolution.
On his way here President Taft
topped at Merced for three hours
and attended morning service at the
TBYING TO STIR UP STRIFE.
Germane Believe England is Look
ing for Trouble.
llerlln. The speeches recently at
tributed to Lord Northcllffe, Admiral
l-ord Charles Beresford and Earl
(Jrey, governor-general of Canada, to
gether with various magazine arti
cles dealing with the relations of
Llreat Britain and Germany, have
been widely reproduced and com
mented upon in this country.
The prevailing note is one of ap
prehension that a regular campaign
has been organized for the purpose
of depriving Germany of the good
will of the United States, and nour
ishing the idea that Germany is
threatening Great Britain.
Apprehension is expressed also
over the growth of the war party in
Great Britain. This party is small,
but it is influential and is gathering
ENCOUNTER WITH GRIZZLY.
Montana Hunter Comes Near Losing
His Life in Fight With Bear.
Great Falls, Mont. According to a
dispatch to the Tribune from Mldvale,
00 the Blackfoot reservation, William
Green of Whiteflsh was seriously in
jured by a grizzly bear while hunt
In l north of there. Green and Sam
Brook! were out together. Green was
a few feet in the lead when a grizzly
tumped up in front of him. He shot
't. a id before he could recover him
self another made a rush for him.
It got him down, when Bi-ooks came
up, and the latter began "hollering"
loudly to attract the animal's atten
tion. The bear paused from his at
tack and rose up. As he did so
Brooks fired, killing the bear. Green
was found to be badly clawed and nil
ten about the body and legs, pieces of
flesh being torn away.
Government Must Pay Employe for
Board Furnished by Wife
WaahingtOO. Sustaining a man haa
a right to board with his own wife,
and discounting the fashionable hotels
M boarding places, the comptroller of
he treasury Iuim approved reimburse
ment of Dr. C. 0. tfuUlng of Hie fish
eries bureau for $2 u day for board
and lodging with his wife last July.
The commissioner of fisheries ex
plained that Dr. Nutting was directed
to do certain official work at San
lib go Cal. Under the limited ap
propriations Dr. Nutting found even
'he third-rate hotel prices prohibitive,
and his wife offered to rent a $30 a
month cottage and board him for $2
Trained Polar Bears for Arctic Ex
ploration. Hamburg-Captain Roald Amund
en, the well known Danish explorer,
who is about to start on a polar ex
pedition, has decided to try a re
markable Innovation in the use of
ilraugat animals for polar travel. He
ivlll endeavor to make polar bears
I raw his sledges. Some time ago
Vri'ain Amundsen made a contract
ulili Carl HagenbacH, the famous
in . al trainer, for twenty ice bear.i,
line vears old. Th-B animals will
Be shipped to Christiana this week.
Jealousy Causes Crime.
Gustrow, Germany. A verdict of
lUtltJT has been renderod in the case
ar Anguste Zobel, a Berlin mllllu r
Charged with the murdur last March
ol-JE):kda JBJhoJd, a young opera
sloger. The accuser w(mianwaTrsTTr'
tenced to death. She sot forth In
her testimony that she had been be
trayed by a Berlin commercial trav
eler, who later cast her off and be
came engaged to Frauleln Bartho d.
Krauletn Bozel averred that she In
tended only to shoot the singer in
the Hiroal and ruin her voice.
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