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I 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920.
I THE ST A N D A R D-EX A M I N ER I
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I THE CARNIVAL IN OGDEN
iio thing 'pule noticeable in nil communities since the war is
the demand for amusements The people, big and little, young and
old, male ;uil female seek dfvertions, and seeminjj will not l
denied their entertaipmenl
Tp to a wook ago irn.t stroanis of Ogdcnitcs vinr nut of town
to be amused. Not a fem traveled as far as Salter jni sunn- went
to southern California to Venice and the belch resorts where lifp 's
a constanl hurrah
Then cam.' ihc carnival, with its appeal to every temperament.
Hundreds gathered on the grounds each night Ii would be nearer
correct to say thousands, for the enclosure at Lorin Parr park was
crowded. Under the auspices of the American legion f Ogdcn, the
shows did a great business The record in Ogdcn a nut a duplica
tion of what the carnival did at Oakland, where tue Shriners had
control, and in San Francisco where the Elks wer m charge.
The people seem to lie less contented at home than thev were
twenty years a em. Either tlrii. i.r t hey have enjoyed so much pros
perity some avenue for Spending is welcomed, and they go because
they have the funds with which to satisfy tin ir craving for the
unusual in pleasure.
Whether carnivals should be allowed in Ogden is a mooted (pies
tion. There Is argil nl on both sides But if carnivals are to be
kept out the policy ol exclusion should be determined on now o
thai no local organisation will feel discriminated aganst if. in the
future, a license is denied.
There are other methods, than that ol Carnivals to provide fun
for the men. women and children of Ogden. The wild west show,
which is heinpr planned, has manj of th attractions of a earnn.nl,
without the undesirable feature and, from a purely dollar stand
point, is far more appealing, as ii will draw the spenders from the;
outside and divert very little local money to distant pockets
All progressive places today are recognizing ine necessity of
providing amusements in order to keep their people at home. No
Letter ill ust rat ion of what the people will do in searching oul pleasur
.an he given than Peach day al Brigliam City, where thousands an
nually gather, not i gel peaches, but to have a "time." The tmilti-j
tude will drive for miles through dust, run the risk of accidents,
suffer the inconveniences of a day from home where few comforts
are to be had, and all ibis in pursuil of the merriments which are in
keeping with carnival spirit
The people demand to be amused
DEATH OF A FAMOUS WOMAN
B What an echo reverberates down the corridor of time, with the
H news of the death of the former Empress Eugenie of France :
H Eugenie Marie de Montigo, who became the wife of Napoleon 1 IT.
was bom m 1826 That was 21 years befort the pioneers ol Utah had
Arrived in the wilderness Webster laj rfnd Calhoun were yet to
make a name for themselves Railroads were not operating. There
was no thoughl of the telegraph, telephone, electric lik'ht The clash
nvor issues of slavery was thirty years oil. The Lousiana purchase,
had been consummated, bj which the first Napoleon Bought to build!
up a barrier to the expansion ol th British empire on the American
continent. But all this vasl ;"',,,t knotan as h- intennountain region!
was still in the possession ol Mexico and as not 1 1 d d to the United j
States until the famous woman was '! years old She was married
H to Emperor Napoleon in 1853, or sixteen years prior t the completion i
j of the firt transcontinental railroad in the United States.
H Memory goes back far beyond the recollections of the average
person, in tracing the history of Empress Eugenie.
j1 The most calamitous day foi tlie empress was September 4 1870,
when Sedan fell and her husband was captured by the Prussians.!
What memories must have been revived in the mind of the widow,
when, on a l.i near the close !' the world war. word came that the
American troops were on the heights of Sedan, waiting to allow the'
French soldn-is to enter and wipe out the humiliation of nearly half
a century earlier I
With the defeat of Napoleon 111 in 1870, the French turned;
upon their empress and Bhc was forced to escap in disguise and
become an exile
How customs, and even nations change with the passing of tin
years! When Eugenie was in the most brilliant period of her reign,
the women in the United States were in hoops, and then- hair was in
curls, only the extreme thought ol using rougi The nun eulti-
ated beards and wore boots
When Eugenie was born, the Holy Alliance was playing an im
portant part. Today not one of the monarchies against which Mon
roe issued his historic document survives Francis Joseph is dead and
his dual monarchy is wrecked, hi ver to be restored The czar of air
the Russians is no more. The throne itself has disappeared And the
kaiser of the Prussians lies buried in oblivion. BOmewUere In Holland,
i " Eugenie lived to see the whole world of man's activities remadi
I DECIDED ON DEATH
It is said that no One commits BUicide who is not mentally de
.nnged, but in the letter left by Roy H. Raymond who ended his life
at a local hotel and whoso body was discovered Sunday nitht. there
is much to indh ate that tin- author of B It destruction thought l b arl
and was not obsessed in any particular except to be unable to aee in
life anything worth while.
Raymond was in ill health avnd without funds, and, no doubt,
fearing penury and want and dreading a long period r mental and
physical distress, he decided on a quick route to the rave and so he
wrote the following on u slip of paper .
"Roy 11 Raymond, bora in Scotland, i860 Came to U. S. A.,
1 SOS. Died 1920. Relatives in U. S. none Residence, nunc. New York
('it', 18 years; Troy, 2 vears; roaming, 2 years. Reason, health broken
and no money. Disposition: Cremation ashes thrown to wind, and,
. if you please, no more publicity than is ne BSsary
Raymond hail reached the point where be was confronted with
the thoughts of the soliloquy .
"To be, or not to be."
The decision was on the side ot despair.
The man had been a wanderer. There is the key to this life of
disappointment. When a man becomes i drifter, form no close tic;;
of companionship, lakes upon himself none of the serious responsi
bilities of society, holds himself down to nothing tangible but simply
slips along the lines of bast resistant- that man is storing up for
bmself trouble of the kind which suddenly halts him and commands
"Where are you going and what is there for you in mere
GOSPEL BY WIRELESS
When Bielba sang by wireless telephone to an audience Kmi miles
j away, most folks who read about it were thrilled at the alluring idea.
Why can't all the world listm in. at a future time, when n great
diva pours forth her golden notes I
, One man, meanwhile, is not waiting for such a development of
radio wonders He is the He Clayton B. Wells; pastor of Fairmont
Congregational church, Wichita, Kan Wiih the co-operation of one
I of his parishioners, C A Stanley Mr Wells preaches every Sundaj
H to 1000 wireless operators, amateur and otherwise, wdio live in a
I radius of 500 miles from Wichita.
OUTBURSTS oTfiVERET TRUE j
HOLT) ON A MOonOMT NC3-0, luMf&N th5
OTH- GUCf TS ASrC5-D YOU TO SfNi oyJ (
5AT HOU COULDN'T . j
I ro You R R -R -Irenes M3re.
Iugcl., YOU T3otj'T H av (E to (s ;
BV UNCLE SAM, M. D.
Health Questions Will Be An
swered if Sent to Information
3urcau, U S. Public Health Serv
ice, Washington, D. C.
obesity is an abnormal Increase in
the bod weight duo lo deposits of .'at
in the tisaui a. It may be duo to over
eating, to eating too largely of one
kind of food or to faulty changes in
the food within the body.
This condition is favored by h d
lty. by Insufficient exercise ftUd -(luentiy
b the use of alcoholic beyer
ages. In some cases, to be sure. the
Indigestion brought on by the latter
results In loss of weight
Obesity lowers the resistunc? of the
body to disease. The fat tends lo ac
cumulate around the heart u!ir: weak
en that organ, causing palpitation and
shortnesj of breath after i-i;iii' ;s
well as Interference with tbo (unctlona
of the body generaly Tliei-e urc two
types of obesity, Ihe fat. ftill-bodled
typo and the pasty, anemic type.
The anemic become fii because oi
the deficient oxidation going "ii In
their tissue- due to deficient red.-ol-orlng
matter in th? blood This ane
mia calls for treatment b a j-h.si-
cbin. The second type becomes c
through hereditary tendency, over
indulgence In fo.d or drink. Insuffi
cient exercise and a care -free easy
life when the period of youth has
Diminishing the quantity of f:uid
ingested Will In itself tend to reduce
corpulency. The weight should be re
duced gradually; ar.tl-fat remedies
whi-h destroy the appetite by lrnpalr
lnK digestion should be avoided The
quantity of food taken dally should
bo restricted certainly not more than
three inal3 a day absolutely no eat
inif between meals. The carbohydrates.
I.e., the starches and sugars, must
be used sparingly! as well as butter,
cream, oil and ether lats
Exercise, which piomotes oxida
tion or using up of the material;, al
ready formed la the. body, Is neces
sary. Gymnastic work Is good, also
walking. riding. cycling, rowing,
swimming and S'.a bathing. Massage
Is of Utile value and Turkish baths
are no help The treatment of most
cases of obesity should be supervised
: by a physician. Much harm can bo
done y Improper reduction without.
i tiy Ltt lJ APE
THE PARK AVE. NEWS
Spoarts. Sid Hunt Is spending a
good deel of time practicing snupplng
his fingers with both hands at the
sajne time, like a Spanish dancer, say
ing he wunls to know how Jest for
ambition and not for eny speshll
Almost a Pita, Exter. Some big,
frewh kid with glasses on came er
round la.si Batldday and Ueddy Mcrfy
told him the ony thing that kepp him
frum fighting him was his glasses,
and wen the fresh kid took is glasses
off Reddy Merfy told hlui the ony
thing that kepp him frum fighting him
was because he didenl wunt to take
IdvantagC of his bad cyeslte without
I'd ME BY SKINNY MARTIN
1 A !' I A Nl- UK MKKKV
I.aff and show your silver lining.
Throw up your hat and cheer
Th- werld will come to a end IOR1C
lint none of us will be beer!
SlssleU. Mr. Charle (Puds) Sim
kins went to ih.irlch with his motn
or last Sunday and felt so mutch bet
ter wen it was over that he would of
otartcd to clap If his mother badeni
of saw him In time.
y be lonesome Jest because you
are all alone In the house? Call u?
up on the telefone and we will tawn
lo you for lo sents a hour. The Ed
W'erniek and Lew Davis Conversation
Co. ( AvvertUement.)
All Fraternal Orders
A representative from every Fra
ternal order in Ogden Is earnestly re
quested to mpet at the council cham
ber In the City Hall at 2 p. m.. 8un
da. Tilly 1.1. to arrange for the hlg
All -Katernal day at I-agoon to be
held on July 20.
8. T. QUERY, Chairman. I
j WASHINGTON, July 1 2. Speaking '
of red tne in government, I talked
lo :i department head connected with
tin- federal board for vocational train
ing the other duy
I lie .-.iid h- had become so disgusted
vith red tape and Inefficiency as a re
sult of It, he decided to get himself,
transferred to the bureau oi efficien-
1 thought 'that Is the place for
me; " he said '1 will be where I
can speed up government work.'"
But after trying fer Several days to,
gel connected with the bureau of rf-:
ficiency, he found that it used more
red tape than the ether bureaus It
wis trving to make efficient, so he
guvo up bis worthy ambitions of try-:
Ing to get where he could do "the I
most good" and decided to stay where
lie was. He eompared Ihe slowness of
government activities to a nightmare.
Most of the sympathy that is ex
tended to government employes here
comes from peoplo who know least
about the conditions under which they
work. When I first came to Washing
ton, I e-xpressed sympathy lor the poor
Underpaid employes to one of them
jund got u good calling down.
I ncle Sam isn't such a bad boss. Ho
gives his employes a month's vacation
each year on pay. grants them a
month s sick leao a year on pay, the
average employe works less than seven
hours, und the word "work" Is used
advisedly that Is the number of hours j
they are on duty holding themselves
in readiness to work. The girl war;
workers all have plenty of time to
kep their hail- slicked up and their
i, oses powdered Y i y lYw of them
I get less than $100 a month, and manv
I get more The nverage government
employe is satisfied.
by W Al. f MMiU.M.
THE MODERN Y .
I do as little as I can. and ask
the highest pay, that's why I am an
also run, now that I'm bent and gray
I fooled along, year after year, at every
Job I'd touch I always ii.id ;i deadly
fear that I would do too much. I've
heard of men who strle to give full
value for their wage; such people
are too good to live, and never reacn
old age Such people live In siorj
books, and tracts and sacred tales,
and many years have passed, gadSOOkS
since I have seen such males. LlKe
either Independent wights who swell
the tolling throngs. I vc always scood
up for my rights, and whooped about
my wrongs. I've pawed around in
noble rage and shed all kinds of brine,
the rights of those who paid my wag
was no concern of mine And now thai
I am gray and bent I cannot find a
place; employers will not pay a cent
they do not liko my face. They m orn
me when, in woe arrayed, with woi I
I'd get in touch, they've heard I al
ways was afraid that 1 would do Ioj
By Edgar A. Guest
PLAYING l P.
"Hiram," said thf furmer's wife,
"What makes you Say 'By gosh" SO
much and go round with a straw
In your mouth?"
I'm getting ready for them airni
mc( boarders that's comln nexl (Tl
If some of us don't talk an' act that
way. they'll think we ain't country
folks at all." Boston Transcript.
OPERA IN THE I1RENA.
Then the barytone didn't in -mg-mg
They wanted him to kill a real
bull in 'Carmen-' "
STATE AND IDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
Stay of Execution Granted
Pending Appeal For New
Trial on Murder Charge
SALT LAKES, July 12 Nick Obll
y.alo, convicted with Steve Mnslirk for
ihe murder of Marco Lauss. August 3.
1919. ha? been granted a stay of exfcu
tion, pending an appeal for n new trial
bv his attorney Thomas Ramage
Lauds' body was found by guards
of the Utah Btate prison and had been
siranglpd nml slabbed, several woundu
being o Idenl in hie back. Lauss had
been robbed of a large sum of gold
Aftor several days, the men now
facing execution "pre found, one at
Dutte: Mont , and the other In Nevada
During their trial, both maintained
their innocence but later accused each
other directly a being the murderer
The; were lo have been executed on
the anniversary of the crime, Au
TWIN FALLS. July 12 The candi
dp.cy of 0 G Kunke for governor was
indorsed Saturday by the non partisan
league at a cmin;. session, Klickfl was
formerly stale senator and lives al
following are the nominations made
foi the legislative ticket: Elntr-r Aman
of Filer, state senator: George A
Chllds of Buhl and .1 M Jaynes of
Kimberly, representatives Nomina
tions on the COUnty ticker are: E A
Littler ot Buhl, James R. Munn of
Tvln Falls and A 1) Keith of Han
sen. county commissioners; s N Pit
tule of Twin Falls, sheriff; John
Frahm of Hansen, Ireasurer; H. Sen
ner of Buhl, probate Judge; Mrs. C. E.
Ketching ol Hansen, superintendent of
schools; J. F. Sherrup of Hansen, assessor.
STREET CAR HITS AUTO;
MAN HAS CLOSE ESCAPE
SALT LAKE. July 12. V J. Elg
gren 715 South Fifth East street, nar
rowly escaped death yesterday when
?. street car struck his automobile
Elggren had turned from one side of
the street and had allowed several au
tomob.les to pass when the accident
In this manner he was overtaken
by a southbound ar which struck hi-t
automobile wltfi such force that it was
impelled several yards and craehed
against B tree on ElgKren's front lawn
The machine was badh damaged but
Elu-gren escaped unharmed
LITTLE OPPOSITION IN
BUTTE CO. PRIMARIES
POCATELLO Idaho. July 12 Few
contests are being made In the pri
maries in Untie county. Jesse L Mo
len and Andrew McHenry are rivals
for sheriff on ihe Republican ticket
while J Wrisht'.n, present sheriff, Is
a candidate for re election on the Dcm
Attorney John T Martin has filed
for the nomination of county atlor
ney, and James S Smith and T C
Young for commissioners, all on the
Democratic ticket I
IDAHO TO HAVE MAN
AT OLYMPIC GAMES
POCATELLO, Jul) 12 Idaho will
be well represented In the Olympic
games according to Babe Brown, of
BolBe, who was a visitor here today,1
en route to New York where he will
compete in ihe finals for the wrestling
team. Brown tips ihe scales at 17
Eufctne Sherman of Boi)-e has been
selected to represent America in the
f i hi mi panics at ntwerp while Neil
jrerrine of Couer d'Mene and J. Irving
I of Rupert won the right last week to
represent America In the pentathilon. .
WORK ON ROADS IN
BLACKFOOT. Idaho. July 12 Good
roads was the topic ol discussion at a
joint meeting of the Rotary' flub and
the Commercial club here last night
The two organizations have by united
effort done much toward perfecting
the road conditions, it is said.
Under the direction of the two dubs
moro than sou men donned overalls
here today and worked on the road
between Ibis city and Mackay
POLITICAL BUG BITES
SEVERAL AT KEMMERER
KKMMEP.EH, Wyo.. July 12. J L.
Mulling and Sheriff p. C. Oakley
l,,.- thrown their bata Into the polltl-
cal ring bar. The former tonut af
ter the county attorne uhlo. while tho
latter is out for re-election.
The district prlmury will bo held
here August 17.
t'harles Johnson of Sinoot. and
Janie Davison of i.al have boon
mentioned for commissioners: Carl
Black of Jackson for the legislature:
Ben C Bell for county treasurer and
H E. Roblnsdn for county surveyor.
ENDS IN ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS. July 12. The central
states championship tnnis tourna
ment was concluded here this after
noon, on the Amateur Athletic associa
tion courts, Roland Roberta. San Fran
cisco, winning tho singles title by de
feating Roland Hoerr. St. Louis, in
ill.- final, and Theodor lirewes and
Frd .lostlos. St. Louis, retaining the
doujtle championship with victory i
over Harold Bartel. I'leveland. and
Arthur Von Ileppert, St. Louis J
ELK LOSS LOW
Reports Exaggerated, Cattle
men Save Hundred By
KEMMERER. Wyo., July 12. The
reports appearing in manv eastern
publications of the great devastation
of elk In 'lie Jackpon Hole and other
I refuges of the wild animals are r
futed in figures on the elk joss in thl:
; state compiled bv St.it.- Game Wardon
W. T. Judkin
The Jackson Hole district suffered !
;a 15 per cent loss during the winter
1 he greates' in the state, according to I
I Grover Bassett, game warden in thai
'district. Prompt action of cattlemen
saed the Uvea of hundreds of Starving
'elk from the Teton mountains accord-1
ling to tho report Cattlemen fed lh -more
than 175 elk were wintered In'
ihe Thermopolis district without a sin
gle death. The averag-- Inns of elk for'
ihe nntire statt WU 12 per cent Tin
total number of wild snlmalB in tho
state now Is estimated at V.i.T, Thus
;far no report of the losses of Hk i i
Yellowstone notional park has I en
There wen- 161 non resident hunters'
who k!lled game during th- wlntei
their killing including 134 elk. ten
bears, ten mountain sheep and fifteen!
I The total received for furs sold by j
102 cf the 208 holding trappers' li
censes was 528. -172 42 The number of j
fur animals caught and the amount re
ceived by trappers, with the price per;
fur, follov. i
Fox, 121, 4193 ?34 6'i. coyotes, 305.!
$4850.65, $14.25, marten, 661,1
$16,928.25; 525 46. rats. 318, $813.45,
$3 57; 'ornilne, 49. $64 05. $130; otter,
4, $80, $20, skunk, 9, $67. $7 4 1
weasel, 408, $628 82. $1.54 bobcats. 21.
$223.5". $10 64; mink, 43. $575.50,
$13 38, lynx. 22. $888.66, $17 45; wolves
8, ?158, $19 75; badgers. 4. $7 $1 75.
Cache County Shows
LOGAN', July 12 Count Treasur
er George Hancey and County Asses
sor C. I-'. Olsen hav made a recapitu
lation of the taxes of Cache county,
according to word given out today. An
.Increase of I4.S66.801 in taxes Is
shown over the 1919 report, the In-
J rrease being due to the natural H -soun
ob. The increase over last year
on farm lands Is $3 171.039. while an
increase of $764,570 has been noted
In the mrr ha nd ls- husmess
Following: Is the detailed rr. or.1 of
the assessments City and town lot!
I $2,42S,595; improved farm lands,
J15.096.345; other lands. $834,025;
Improvement on lots, 53,132, 540: Im-1
juovementM on fauns, $1,818,025; lie-
: stock, $1,1 12,020; personal property.
I $7,759,465, nilnr3 and claims $970,
other Items. $77.4n. public utilities.
a, 608, 336, total. $37,367,801.
MAN RETURNS TO WIFE'S
HOME TO KILL HIMSELF
M VI. D. Idaho, July 12. John Pallia '
committed sulclle here last Friday, ac
cording to information given out to
dav. Fallis, who parted from his wlfo
last fall, returned to this city, engaged
a room at a roominc house conducted
by his wife, and killed himself In her
presence. He was 16 years of age.
FILE CHARGES AGAINST
BUTTE COUNTY SHERIFF
P( ( TELLO, Idaho. July 12 Suit
against Sheriff J Wrighton of Butte I
county charging him with collecting il
legal fines, has been filed by Dave
Daniels. It is alkgi-d that fine money
collected bv Sheriff Wrighton on a
gambling charge was never turned
into the state funds.
For Gem State Crops
BL' RLE Y. Ida.. Julv 12. The sum-
mary of weathor and crop condl
' tlons, by Clinton E. .Nordquist of the
Boise station, indicates that the past
week weather has been exceptionally
favorable for rcipld growth of crop
In practically all sections of Idaho In
sonic of the dr.' farm sections In the
aHtcrn portions of the state, a little
rain is needed to mature cereals.
Early sown wheat is wall headed
and later sown fields are heading
rapidly. In the Eewlaton country
wheat is beginning to ripen Oats
barley and rye responded equally well
to tin- improed growing condition
and the Increased warmth was spe
clall welcome to corn, which Is verj
late thir. year. Field peas are bloom
ing and give promise of a (In yield
' Sugar beets In the several districts
ars making uniformly good progress.
Thinning is nearly completed and the
fields are now being cultivated, ex-
j cept In the seed beet fields, where
advanced growth has Btoppad cultiva
tion. Potatoes are in cell.-nt on
dnlon. In some of the early district ihe
first crop of alfalfa has been SI i d
but In the later sections the harvest
is Just beginning. Heavy rains dur
ing the week interrupted haying In
tho Boise valley. The cherry harvest
Is in full swing and the crop !.; np-n-lng
fast. A heavy crop of apples is
reported in Kootenai count:
Pastures and meadows are general
ly in good rondltlon, and timely ralna
I SVI h'-en helpful to the ran.- in the
prni. ipal (razing districts LlVetOCl
of all kinds Is thriving. Karh Iambi
will not be driven to tho higher range
this rear, but are being cut out and
KRASSIV TO ItlTlKV
MOSCOW, July S. If. Kra-u, lh.
Bolshevik minister of trade and com
merce, who recently returned to Mo
cow from London, whir.- h.. had h.-. i,
In conference with British officials
concerning it resumption of trade, will
return lo London July 12.
Within the last four ea.rs u state I
have enacted minimum ve.tge laws.
Say Mrs. Oyenstein, So Other
Suffering Women May Learn
How to Get Well.
Chicago, 111. ' I suffered for four j!
years with pains in my aides, hips and
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lujflHHR not do any work at K v
of your books where
niuchso"that now I can do everything in V R
the house. I have told my friends about ! '
your wonderful Vegetable Compound I
and you have my permission to publish j l
my letter so other women who suffer i
may learn how to get well. "Mrs. Ida sVn -iir
Ovenstein, 902 S. Marshfield Ave., K
Chicago, 111. LB I
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made from native roots and herbs and
contains no narcotics or harmful drugs.
If you have tho slightest doubt that
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MR EMPRESS r
Widow of Napoleon III Once fl
Powerful Figure in Life Tfj-
MADRID, July 11 The former m kI-T'-'
Eniprrss Kugonle of France died here mil$s
this morning BIIiCkI!'''
Death occurred shortly before eight LasBV&'
o'clock from acute Intestinal Inflam- BcP''
mation. She passed away quietly In Llintt
tho presence only of her lady in wait- Hk1
ing Her nephew the duk of Alba, at Hp
whose residence she died. was in B;
France, and the other members of the Lbk:!
i imlly .iiis. nl ByT
Bmprei Bugen ii ..i long Buffered Hh.
from opthalmla and had bet D Operated SBIU'Y
"I tor i'ar.i I ill imp. n il honors aF
..! her funeral tEk
WAS OI SCOTCH DESCISNT I
Eugnl- Marie de Montljo, former W"'-1;1 '"
empress of France, was born in Gran- I mt.t
ada Andalusia. Spain, May ,r., isjr, Y-''."'
Her maternal grandfathci was Will- mf-
iam Klrkpatrick, United States con- a.
sul at Malaga who was a native ( jHt
Scotland, but a naturalied American
FnKland She nift her husband, Km- " i'
l. pel. ..n III fn-M In 1 9 r. i , -JH'
ni .i ri. il him in Xotr c I .i ni . --cat h. .1 1 .i
i'. Janu Prli '
poleon i" r only sou, who was tho 1 ml
Prince Imperial, was born March lo, I1
Tho rmpr.-s had groat Influence f '
over her husband, and on several oc- BSlViiH;;
ISloiis acted an resont during hi
t t si i oi CA! 1N; u ii I
At the outbroak of the ! ranco- j BBBBfili
Prussian war many accused Kugenia Bfci"'
of having been responsible for tho H
commencement of hostilities. Never- I uf'M
thelesa, the onetime empress generally I 1
received respectful sympathy and cveu i Bllj-T
after old age had crept upon her, she I tj'-'Jji-
eeted by those who sat''
saw her In I Bun- Laf - 1
Shine -Tnd talkini: .vitti ohildn d H '.,
In the Tulllrics gardens, the stern F KftjTf'!''
vlsaged gendarmes looked the other fl
way when she was plucking flowers. - HBaalB
Some time go Eugenie losl th I
sight .f ono of her eyes and sip- 1 HscH
i u i4 might be taken Wmk
Spain h.-f.ire she In-cim enilrei 1 k
blind Her wish was (ratified and fiB?''
last April Bugenl again saw the beau- I TV
ties of Spain Despite her : i years Ijf
she displayed notable vitality Pro),- WT-
a rations are undor way for the opon- E " '
Ing of EJmpresa Bugenle's will Tho 17 ;
only member of the famiiv now in ' t
li.i K a niece. sWb i
The death of the empress Is not yet Hfl
known generally In Madrid, owing o H
tho Spanish Sunday rest law a"!! r
DI ATM I rNEXPl ( TED i f
LONDON. July u a dispatch to LaBiHI
the London Times from Madrid sayt S m.'l
"'at .llh...i;h i;uc a IKJ
had been In feeble health, due to h r HHCVi
extreme age, her death was quite Un- iiiSia1
Bzpected, She went dally Into the gar- '&M
len of the residence of the Duke ot ,a I
Alba. Saturday afternoon she was K
in. km with an Intestinal disor1o llBVr
md took to her beil The empress tH1
ti n I intended to proceed lo London Bl
ivxt week and had arranged for trans- 1W i;i
j WASHINGTON. July 12 Uuthrl. B -
'kla. 1 1,757. increase 103, or 0.9 per BiiVr
Stanford, 'onn . 3.-..4S.;. Increase I
9941 or 39.6 per cent. ,nLr EWL
N'orrlsiown. K, . .-.1.3:-.. Increase LaW
l-IHl or 10.9 per cent. 1 Wf
GAMES CANCELED hX
last BOURNE, England, July - V
I The tennis matches to have been W ML''- j
played today by the American and V Jrti
ir.-nrh I a vi.s cup t. ams were cancel. ! I' .bbV
becausf of rain H';bbbbi
As the Americans on Saturday elim- I 'i
in.uod the French team, th remaining
'matches will be merely In :ne nature l
of exhibition play !!
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