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If A Splendid Line of
' Handsome Waists J
I You will find a most delightful selection of
waists to choose from here.
We have by a number of special purchases
been able to gather together a most remark
able selection of waists. The styles are par
ticularly beautiful and the prices much less
Come and see them now!
I HUG ON STREETS
II BEII BEPJSIH BT
I the cirr
C H Martin, street supervisor, Is
trying bis hand at patching Twenty-
j fourth street with asphalt He has
rather a crude machine for making
asphalt and placing it on the street,
I but he thinks he can do a good job
Mr .Martin is of the opinion that
the city should not surface the streets
With asphalt without having a plan'
Ol some kind bj which repairing can
bo most successfully done.
There are many holes on Twenty
fourth street and many more on
Twenty-fifth and it will take a long
time to repair ihem with the outfit
at Mr. Martins command There
are a half dozen men at work on the
Pig iron exports from Sweden v, . -.,
62,301 metric tons during the firs;
five months of 1f03. or 16.74$ tons
more than in the like period of 1912,
I HEALTH Of FICEBS HI
CALLED BY THE
Teachers fl die county school Have
during the past week called the at
tention of the county physician to !
several cases of illness that point to i
concealed contagious diseases Cb.il
drop have come to school complain
ing of Illness that appeared to the
teacher suspicious. Such children
were ordered home with notes to the
parents directing that the parents
..ill In the district health officer. I. a. i
tor those rases have developed into
chickenpox and sometimes smallpox,
yet the people in the family did not
call the health officer or a physician,
relying on home remediee, At the
same time the members of the family
come and go. spreading disease In
county and city
"This state of affairs Is too serl-
ous to be continued," said Dr Robin -I
son today. "There Is no excuse for
i falling to report to the district health
authorities aa the names of such of
ticeri and their residences have been
posted from time to time. Evidently
those who are hiding disease do not
appreciate the seriousness of tho of
fense Even though some member Is
suffering of only a light attack of a
contagious disease, that member may
transmit the disease to others where
the result may be fatal I have In
structed the health officers of the i
various districts to report to the
sheriff and county attorney viola
tions of the health laws When of
fenders have been arrested and have
been found guilty and fined, the pun
ishment may have a good effect upon
the careless "
The doctor gave the following list
of health officers :
District No. I, including Farr West,
Harrievllle, Marriott. Perry and Sla
tervllle .Tames Martin, rehldence at
District N'o 2, Including Plain City,
; Warren and Poplar William Math
I ers. residence Plain City
District No 3. including North Og- I
den, Randall and Pleasant View R.
F Rlaycoek, residence North Ogden.
District No. 4. Including HuntsTille i
C. C. WangSgard, residence, Hunts
District No 5. including Eden and
Libert Charles Jensen of Edon,
District No 6, Including Uintah.
! Rlverdale and Burch Creek Alma
' Keyes of Uintah
District No 7. Including Hooper, j
Roy and Kanesvllle L D. Olsen of '
District No. 8, Including Wilson.
Wee1 Weber, Garland and Taylor.
' Robert Mr Farland of West Weber.
Dr Robinson said today that all
; health officers have telephones and
j will respond quickly to all calls
SEWER CONTRACT IS
AWARDED Br THE
CITY BOARD j
At The meeting of the city boar. I
of commissioners last nieht an ordl-
nance, providing for the levying and
collecting of special taxes for side,
walk district 118. was passed.
The contract for building sewvr dis
'rict 120 was awarded to the J P.
O'Neill Construction company after
li.-iing been considered by the com
j I Fou haven't seen the new suits and overcoats we've ffot readv for !
I 1 you, made for us especially by ;!
I Hart Schaffner & Marx
I ! 2 S CpfiKr. S,"ew mode,s are better than you'- ever I
f $25 does more than ever before in buying real
pi I AUf Y, m clothes a Irue-economy price
ffim 1 Otherfinereat$18and$20andupto$40and$50'
I Wrights' Clothing
I She SiU While Working Reachea Instead of Walking Through Early Not Tired 1 I
Hester You May Delay Too Long!
Features 21 have joined the Hoosier J A A A single $1.00 pays all, as
Club within two days. 29 Jfa jS j j tnis clu is "ner the strict
1. You can clean the metal ony now can enroll and have I supervision of the Hoosier
? Jiwith?ut TJJ11 their cabinets delivered im- Only Membership Company which limiU mem-
tence of removing. No other , x i l n i. HI
bin has this feature. Ea3ily mediately. Weekly Dues bership.
filled, because the top is low. '
Holds IS pmtnds more than any
other. Best and fastest sifter. Nih the remarkable rapidity of this weoklfl And any .ne is yours for $1.00 if you call on ui
2. Can't-break, can't -leak, lo- theB? tcw Hoosier Club Memberships we right away.
metal, dust-proof sugar bin. ' nnvp ,pft wlil b? snaPPod u lonR before WR "x" j r
3. Puremluminum table at EJES change "tosollc Uie Doil t FofgCt the Tillie SaVM
no extra charge; costs manu- Berrant Kroblem in their kltcaens and make their 9
racturers ten times as much , . . k vr.onrimc nniv . L
as rinc. Enormous output Wrt comrortable and casy b "P" onlN a No matter how pleasant the Hoosier makes your
keeps sale price less. dollar kitchen though, you don't want to spend vour Ufe Im
4 Kwni r , r-, The8e women eac1' reClved 010 CabinPt W'",in in it. There are more agreeable ihlncs lo do
ben 11 door Doorn f nonis "f ,ne time ,nev -iined tne c,ttb' XVe ft
free! I delivered It at once and set it up all ready to use. And while making working conditions comfort H
matterwhat iJjD Th'lr dol,Kht can ,,e appreciated only by a Hoosier able and easy, the Hoosier also savet much time
you pile on j07 1 I I 1 owner. Tlies extra hours are yours for rest and pleasure,
the table, gjM Eaeh paid merely $1.00, (the Hooflier Club mem- f0 c the things you want to do and mak jfe
because it U'UU UJ bership fee that par' of the prlc- ol the cal.i- worth living Work made easy time saed and
slidtsout. net), and weekly diK-s of onlj $1-00 lor merely a ou not tired.
c . ,. . , few weeks complete 'he small total bill.
5. Lmmbs can t ftrck in the
new metal self-closing bread The women who may enjov thr-s- same adan- Inin fKo flllK TAmAVWAliT
and cake box. tages are so few that we urso you to make lip JUIII lllC VlUU 1 UlIlUl I OW !
c ci .u ..i vour mind now to be here early tomorrow morning
o. r lavonng extractbottles . . , - k- 5
u i i if and enroll as one of the luckv Hoosier members. I UI you must not delay, as the Hoosier Com-
nave special shelt. ,, . -
panv rigidly limits the allotment of Hoosier Cabl
7. You can't lose the new Al C ll C L" 1 nf?ts for our cIub- Four tho,,saJlf' Hoosier agents ft
Swing lids on UOSWINGS UnlV tOmDlete taDinet forming these clubs and there are not enough .
thetfwcrys- 3. J r cabinets for alt. The Hoosier Company 8uper.
tal glass spice, Wi;M There isn't a woman Ininc who Isn'l overjoyed at vises 'he club plan, and you pay not a pnny more "
coffee, tea, salt the comfort and ease of management and working Hian the low national cash price quoted at the fac-
and cereal jars. f J conditions that the Hoosier brlngB. tor
8. Sixteen inches extension Evcrv lndern lal,or. The nGV PMD memb?r
over the base when you slide . .
out the table. Plenty of knee saving machine for the Club Terms' Apply Only During This Sale f,b,pK arP not many to
room for sitting. kitchen has Peen tested bj Alter That Our Regular Terms Will Prevail offer- but 11 is the lest we
9. Comes apart to clean; "" ,1,H"ier Company to Jt,,.,, ..iyVy ,f..,. can do
closes tightly when not used. bring the Hoosier to Its j& IX'.'-:-lVil9$A)-: The best you can do Is 9
UX. Pkkyour ehoieeoi white Present perfecUon. It la J to see us early,
or plain inside Upper section. ""' onl scientifically iSBSBv, W4 H Think of a Hoosier set n
ll-metal table, or oak side bulll kitchen cabinet, and M mum AbL up jn v0r kitchen before K
arrn9- the onl on.' that a com- t iWI W SlAlllttt nn tomorrow and don,t
11 Interior construction ,,,(. i.;ri cabinet BlWIBdl vQUlllvli' delay. Make up your
willlMt 6TifetfmenyWhere Bh0Wn h is the Dewest " --.- mlnd ,,ow and Pnro11 fir,t
To' ,aS, 4 1 Ctim!' model. WL'- W&fa&t;: 'llW&r&?rt 'A thing in the morning.
12. And among the minor
details big cupboards; slid- f
ing shelf; drawers for linen, mK , am I
sun,rofprac- DVjK k 111 Willi K VU.
You can't begin to appre-
, missloner of streets since last meei
The petition of propertv owners for
an arc light on Douglas avenue, be
tween Twentieth and Twentyvfirst
streets, was gianted
The engineer irae instructed to ad
vertise notice of Intention for the
I opening of Butler avenue, between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets.
The cost will be about $8000
The' city engineer was authorl7e 1
to ask for bldn for the building of
( nrb and gutter in dislrict 110
On the recommendation of Engineer
ll I craven, $145 was refunded o
contractors for back-filling In exca
vations mnde in the streets
Th claim of the T. P O N'eill Con
struction company for S2.442.05 for
work done in sidewalk disiri'i No
ll'O. was allowed and the auditor in
j blructed to draw a warrant for the
The following claims were allowed
and ordered paid
l'ublie finance and affairs .$ 1?..". 7
, Public safety . 888. '(1
; streets and public Improve
I Waterworks department . 1,267
I Miscellaneous 161.58
The petition to open West Court
! was referred to the commissioner of
streets, as was also the petition for
hi arc light on Ninth Btreet and Lin
County Auditor Samuel (i. Dye to
day submitted to the board of county
ommissloncrs his financ ial report,
showing receipts and disbursements
Cash on haud July 1 .$11,109 77
Receipts July 1 to September
30. 1913 11,884.84
July 1 to September 30, 1S13
W'nrronts redeemed (includ
ing redemptions accl
stale and state school
taxes, city and city school
taxes, district school tax
es apportionment of the
country school taxes, re
demption of criminal jur
or and witness certificates
and Interest paid on regis
tered warrants) $10 657 1"!
I-ealng cash balance on
hand September 30. 1913 .$11,786.98
A statement of the several
warrant accta showing
the amount of all out
standing warrants on Sep
tember 30. 1913 69.503.91
A summary of disburse
ments as ordered by the
board from Juh 1 to Sep
tember 30. 1913 $36,786.76
New York. Oct. 28. After a period
of hesitation in the early trading
the stock market today reeumed the
slo upward movement with which
the week began
A new bullish element was intro
duced into the speculative situation
by announcement of Uie engagement
oi gold at London for importation
Expectation of a good showing In the
United States Steel corporations
ntinrtrlv ctnimunt tn ho iriven out
after the close today, also tended to
sustain the list. Prlo- fluctuations
ran to about a point In various shares
with the advance in full swing at
Selling pressure increased to a de
cided extent when no concerted ef
fort was made to stop the decline
The unfavorable Union Pacific earn
ings for September made thai stock
a target Tor speculative selling, un
der which It sold a point below yes
South Omaha Livestock.
South Omaha, Oct 28. Cattle
Receipts 500. Market strong. Na
tive Bteers. $7 759.50, cows and
helferB, $5.757.40, western steers
$6.008.00; Texas steers, $5.65. 7.10;
range cows and heifers, $5 507 00;
calves, $6.00((9 76
Hogs Receipts 6000 Market high
er Heavy, $7.657.75; lights, 17.60
ft 7 70, pigs. $5.257.25; bulk of
sales $7.65 fj 7.7(1
Sheep Receipts 34,000. Market
strong earlings, $4 75 5.75; weth
ers. $4 255? 4.75 ; lambs $6 50f?7 25
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansa-s City, Oct 28. Hogs Re-
reipt- IJ, Mat kei .-1 ead Bulk,
$7 ' 7 83 heavy, 7 7uft 7 $0; pack
en and butchers, $7.60ca 7 90; light,
$7.40(a7.80: pigs, $6.007.25.
Cattle Receipts 15.000. Market
steady. Prime fed steers, $6 85(g)
9.20 dressed beef steers, $7 268.75;
western steers, $6.408 50, southern
steerb, ?5 00 6.50; cows. $5.25)6.75;
heifers. $6.00 9.00; stockers and
feeders, $6.o0c?7 60 : bulls, $4.50.
6 50; calves. $6.0010.00.
Sheep Receipts 12,000. Market
steads lnmbs, $6.607.36; yearlings,
?4 75.5 50- wethers S4 25 4 85,
ewes, S3 50 4 35, stockers and feed
New York. Oct 28 Sugar Raw,
i inn muscovado, $2.98(53.04; cen
trifugal, 33 48(53.64; molasses, $2 75
!u2.79; refined steady.
Chicago. Oct. 28 More reassur
ing advices from Argentine gave the
wheat market over to the bears to
day. The opening which was a j
shade to l-43-8c lower, was sue-
ceeded by an additional decline.
Selling pressure based on weaker
cable quotations and on the weak
ness in wheat carried corn to a low
er level Opening prices were un
changed to l-4fr3-8c off, but a rally
that ensued put figures well above
Although oats eased off with oth
er grain, the lo6s was entirely re
gained Trading was light and scat
tered First sales of provisions varied
from 2 l-2c down to a like amount
up. with later transactions at a ma
The wheat close was steady at a
loss of l-4c net. The corn close was
steady l-8c to l-4: above last night.
Wheat No 2 red, 94 l-2rt7 96 l-2c;
No. 3 red, 8203 l-2c. No 2 hard
85(587 l-2c; No. ?. hard. 84 1-2 86c;
No 2 northern, S7 l-288 l-2c No
: northorn, S6 l-4(387c. No. 2 sprlug
86 1-2(987 12c. No. 3 spring, 85?T
86c; velvet chaff. 83 1-3(586 l-2c-durum,
f'orn No. 2, 71 l-4ftl-vc; ,0 2
white, 71 34c; No. 2 yellow j 71 1-2
53-4c; No. 3. 70 3-4 71 14c; No. Lm
: w hlle 71 g l-2c. So 3 yellow, 71 1
Oafs No. .? white. 42 l-2c, No. 3
white, 39 1-441 l-'c; standard, 41 h
1-2(42 l-4c. Rye No 2. 6567c.
Barley. 63 82c. Tlmoth .T 75 &
5 50 Clover, Jfi.tiO'.; 12 50 Pork. -i
$21.25. Lard, $10.72 1-2. Ribs, $10 25
Chicago, Oct. 28. Butter Higher.
Creameries, 21 33c Eggs Higher;
receipts 6201 cases, at mark, cases
Included, 24 1-2"2S l-2c; ordinao' 1
firsts, 2527c; firsts. 29 1-2 30 l-2c. fl
Potatoes Receipts 60 cars, un- :
changed Poultry Alive, unchanged
St. Louis. Oct 28 Lead Easier, I.
$4 20. Spelter Firmer, $5 255.30:
New York, Oct 28 Lead Quiet.
84.30 4. 40. Loudon, 20 pounds, 9s, KJ
6d. Spelter Stead . 5.23(35.50.
London. 20 pounds, 12s. 6d
New York, Oct. 28. Copper Quiet
Standard spot and October, $15.87
1-2 bid; October and November, J
$15.85 16.30: electrol vtic. $16.87 1-2, 1
lake. $17.00(517.25; casting. $16.50
Tin Weak. Spot and October,
$39 7540 00; November, $S9.90ff
40.00; December. $39.00'40.15.
Antimony Dull Cookson s JiM
Iron Quiet, unchanged.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST. j
Last Sale. J
Amalgamated Copper 74 3-S
American Beet Sugar 24
American Cotton Oil 37 1-2 N
American Smelting & Refg. . . 64
American Sugar Refg 107
American Tel & Tel 120 1-3 j
Anaconda Mining Co 36
Atchison 93 7-8 -(
Atlantic Coast Line 115
New York Central . . 96 1-2
Norfolk & Wentem 103 1-2 j Oft
Northern Pacific 109 7 8
Pennsylvania 1 09 1-2 .1
People's Gas 124 l-l
Pullman Palace Car 162 1-3
Reading 161 5
Rock Island Co 14
Rock Island Co pfd 24 W
Southern Pacific 87 l- 1
Southern Railway -3
UnioD Pacific 161 W
United States Steel "7 1! i
United Statea. Steel pfd 107 i
Wabaah 3 ' s j
Western Union 63