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j I = 1 I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 Hhu
i HUDSON AVENUE
I HAS BEEN CLEARED
I
But little remains to bo done in
tho razing of Uio buildings on Hud
i son avenue and the atreet builders
wore they ready might begin their
work tomorrow indrnlng Tho prin
cipal buildings have been taken down
and tho contractors are now tearing
down tho east end of tho largo skat
ing rink that faces Grunt avenue
I and a small frame houao that stood
In tho path of the avenue Excava
i tions of buildings have not ret been
filled and It IB understood that they
will not be filled until after tho sower
mains have boon laid and tho exca
t vation work for the laying ot tho as
ihaltuiu has begun Contractor Mo
ran was expected to have been hero
and ready for business this morning
but ho failed to come and it Is now
likely that nothing will be done on
either Washington or Hudson avenues
until next Monday It Is contemplat
ed that tho Washington avenue pay
ing will bo dono first
Building operations In different
parts of the city arc progressing nice
ly the weather being particularly
propitious for tho construction of
buildings and it not being difficult
to get workmen and material At tho
Matlson biilldlnp on Lincoln avenue
and Twoclyflflh street the concrete
men hue encountered considerable
water In the engine pit of the base
ment and It hag become necessary
1 to use a pump to remove tho water
BO tho men con work
b David Mauls stated yesterday
that the roofs are on tho Lyceum
and his business block near Lincoln
avenue on Twentyfifth street and
that the work on the Interior of the
buildings Is moving along rapidly He
states that there will he no cessation
of operation until both buildings are
ready for use and the work can be
w prosecuted now whether Jt rains or
1 whether tho sun shines It Is now
i I all Indoor work
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
I
OGDEN CANYON SCHEDULE
EFFECTIVE SEPT 6 1910
First car leaves Onion depot at
740 a m and every forty 40 min
utes thereafter until 910 p m
I I First car leaves Hermitage at 820
n m and overy forty 40 minutes
thereafter until 1020 p m
OGDEN RAPID TRANSIT CO
By J W Balloy SupL 11
ArJFHE
THEATRES
HENRIETTA CROSMAN
Cast
Rev Elliott Grey Herbert Fouler
Mildred his wifeMiss Crosman
Morris his youngest brother
Gordon Johnslone
Mrs Grey Ills motherEllzabdth Baker
I i I Isabellc Mildreds younger sister
Grace Carlyle
Cynthia 13y Cynthia
r Henrietta Crosruan supported by a
capable company presented at the
Ogden theater lust night to a large
and appreciative audience Percy Mac
Kayos whimsical comedy AntiMat
ilmony
I Tho play Js satire on that philos
ophy which refers to superman
and superwoman and nffcctd a
defy on matrimony and conventional
bonds that of which Shaw and Hauptr
man arc the exponents Two of tho
characters are believers in this cult
while the others possess the sane
view on matrimony Tho lines are
bright and the situations are pleas
ing
The piece opens where a pair of
foolish young married things return
Irom Paris to their puritanical Mas
sachusetts homo posing as converts
to the latest free love doctrine which
I thor style AntiMatrimony They
claim to be unmarried but their se
cret leaks out early in the play and
a married brother and sister n com
fortable ministerial couple take It I
upon themselves to bring the children I
to reason before tho neighbors are
Irretrievably shocked They do It by
giving tho free lovers a strong doe
of their own medicine and making i
< them glad to admit their marriage
I
Miss Crosman id very clover in her
I portrayal of the ministers wife Sho
Tk I Is vivacious witty and droll Her man
lf narisnitj executed to win over her
4F + > brotherinlaw to the side of the
1 J mats is exceedingly well done
Herbert Fortler and Gordon John
j
I stone furnish excellent support Both
1 Jf fUMAl1SM
PAINFUL a DANGEROUS
1
Rheumatism is due to a diseased
i condition of the blood cells and cor
k puscles brought about by an excess I
j i of uric acid in the circulation It is
not only a very painful disease but au
r extremely dangerous trouble The
I
I briny acrid stale of the blood gradu
ally forms a coating over the muscles
i and depositing a cementlike substance
I
stance in the joints frequently termi
nates fatally ffr leaves its victim a
< hopeless cripple tis natural to
4 doctor the spot that hurts and it is
quite right to use liniments hot appli
cations elc to get temporary relief
I from painful joint swollen tendon
hut RheuinnliSm is Hot a skin disease
arid such tilings when
depended on
I alone make one careless and the dis
ease geLs a firmer hold on the blood
p S S S cures the disease because it is
the greatest of all blood purifiers It
r goes into the cir
I culation and re
I moves every
I i t 11 N 1 1 particle of the
a irritating uric
j S S S acid the builds blood
I k k J i U makes it rich
ks and oily and in
this way pre
pares it for the
proper nourishment of all joints
muscles nerves and bones If you
have Rheumatism get the uric acid
out of the blood by taking S SS a
purely Vegetable medicine and enjoy
freedom from its misery Bonk on
Rheumatism and any medical advice
free to all who write i
THE CVarT SPECIFic CO A lan Ca
L
a
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handled their rcsncllvo roles In very
crodltnblo mauiiOr
Grtfce Carlylo makes a pleasing sIn
ter Isubollc Elizabeth Bakers Inter
pretation of the raothdr was woll
10J
Tho stage selling represent the
Interior ot fl New England home Id
perfect In all scenic detnllriE
E T S
NOTICE
I To Examiner Creditors
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tho District Court ot the Second
Judicial District of the Stato of Utah
within and for Webor county
In tho matter of tho assignment of
B R Bowman and Paul M Lee co
partncfs under the firm name of tho
Ogden Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Tho undersigned hereby gives no
tice of Its appointment as assignee of
the estate of B u Bowman and Paul
M Lee insolvent debtors doing busi
ness under tho name and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to tho cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against said asslguqra to exhlbit tho
same with tho necessary vouchers In
tho manner and within the period of
time provided for by law to the un
dersigned at No 319 First National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DoVInc Attorneys for As
signee No 3014 First National Bank
building
First Publication Aug 13th 1910
Last Publication Sent 21th 1910
JENStNS RIBS
WERf BROIH
The condition of Jacob Jensen the
owner and driver of tho automobile
which collapsed on tho Hot Springs
read on Tuesday afternoon causing
the death of W S Lockhead Is much
more serious than was at firdt sup
posed
A careful examination of Mr Jen
sens Injuries which were thought to
be trivial developed tho fact that one
cf his upper left ribs was broken and
that the two next lower ribs wore
probably dislocated and gave the at
tending physician grounds to believe
that there might be some Internal In
juries
Mr Jensen was thrown from the
machine as It was whirled through
tho air In a double somersault and
when he recovered consciousness ho
found himself underneath with ono
of the rear wheels resting on hid
chest He halt lifted the machine
From his body and squirmed from
beneath the car and In so doing
strained the muscles and ligaments
ot his arm which at the present time
is so vsoro that the victim can not
use it I
It was thought at the time that his
injuries were but slight bruises and
scratches but yesterday he suffered
so from paint In the chest when
breathing heavily or coughing that
a physician was asked to examine him
thoroughly Tho examination devel
oped the Injuries already stated
This morning Mr Jensen will be
bandaged tightly across the chest In
order that the dislocated and broken
ribs may mend and to allow the con
tusions to heal The possibility of
meumonla setting III as suggested by
a Salt Lake paper Is not considered
by Mr Jensens physician
Mr Angus Lockhead brother of the
man killed In tho nccldenj called on
Mr Jensen yesterday morning and
requested permission to see him It
was at first suggested that It might
611 bettor not to visit the patient for
fear that the effect of such an af
fecting meeting might work harm lo
Mr Jensen Mr Lockhead was In
sistent however and was escorted to
tho sick room
Tho meeting between the two
friends was quite affecting Mr
rockhoad had difficulty In restrain
ing his tears as he shook the hand
of the driver of the car In which his
brother was killed and he hasten
lo assure Mr Jensen that ho cousin
ored the mishap as purely acciden
tal
It is announced that the funeral
services of Mr Lockhead will be held
at the Fifth ward meeting house
at 2 oclock on Sunday noxL
SUCCESSFUL YEAR
AMONG GANNrRIESI
The fruit canning Industry In We
ber county particularly the canning
of tomatoes Is progressing this sea
son oven more rapidly than In ptevl
ou years The rush In completing the
work is due mainly to the early ap
proach of fall and the reports of
freezing weathef received here from
adjoining states
The canning plants are hampered
souiowhat In nol being able lo secure
a sufficient number of girls to as
sist In the work and ate working
their forces right up to the minute
In an endeavor to harvest and can
the tomato crop before It Is destroyed I
by the approaching cold
For three weeks tho work has been
going on with no lot up except on
Snudnys and It is estimated that It
will require at least as long again to
finish In the meantime the managers
of the different plants are fearful lest
the frost should nip the growing fruit
and every effort Is being strained to
harvest and call the tomato as quick
ly as is possible
On Labor Day the frce In most
I 6f the factories warned the full day
Instead o enjoying n holiday and
when the supply of picked fruit at one
plant rmiH short due to slow pick
Ins the girls employed as peelers
otc arc hurried to another plant to
help the work there In order that no
time he lost
Tho warm weather of the last two
days has somo what assured the pack
ers and cnnncrtf hut they aro keeping
up their rush methods and taking no
chance of Ions that would surely oc
cur should another erratic dip In tho
thermometer occur
KICAp THE CLASSIFIED PAGE
Will RUSH WORK
ON WATER SYSTEM
City Encinccr W M Bostaph in
tends to lose no lime In the improve
ment of tho citys wator system made
possible by tho passing of tho bond
Issue election of Tuesday Assistant
City Engineer M E Roach with J
M Traccy and a corps of surveyors
went to Cold Water canyon yesterday
morning and will begin the work sur
veying the ground for the building
of Iho reservoir dam and the laying
of the CondUIt
The city engineering department
will be able to give tho public an es
timation on the cost of the improve
meats within ten days said the city
engineer
There will be no tlmo lost Tho
excavation for the reservoir dam will
be started at once and the conduit
will be built without any delay The
pipe line Will bo more than two miles
long and the size of it will depend
upon the drop which we find If the
drop IB sufficient to give plenty of
force to the water flow the pipe will
not need be so large I should Judgo
that it would take about a thirty Inch
pipe The Improvement will mean that
the city will have a double distributing
system which in case of lire will bo
a great advantage It will also pro
ent the city from being deprived of
water should a break occur In one of
the Tuter mains such as tho city
experienced a few weeks ago The
city owns 100 acres of land In Cold
Water canyon every acre of which
contains u spring of clear cold water
At present this water Is going to
waste hut by the building of a dam
which will extend down lo bed rock
the water will bo hold for drinking
purposes When the Improvements
which will cost In the neighborhood
of 100000 are completed the citys
water system will bo worth nearly a
million dollars It will also be ono
of the most complete and modern wa
ter systems In the whole Intcrmouu
ala country
NEGRO WANTS liP
LANDS iN JAil
Charles Graham a negro waiter In
the tuning car service la ti short
this morning Just because lie endeav
ored to add 25 cents 10 his store of
wealth
The negro assisted In the search
for a purse that had been lost by
an elderly man at the Union depot
and 0 when the wallet was found anti
returned lo the owner by some other
person this Industrious waiter sought
the tip that he has learned to demand
of people He asked the ownei of I
the purse for a tip ad a reward of
his assistance and thereby got him
self in trouble
Ono of the depot police observed
the whole proceeding and immediate
ly hud the fellow arrested on tIm
charge of mendicancy The negro was
liken to the police station and locked
up When searched It was found that
ho possessed almost 6
Ho sent for assistance and soon
an official of the dlnlnif car ser
vice interceded In his behalf It was
explaine that tho man was sup
posed to leave Ogden on the S1C
train in the morning and that his
failure to appear in hid white uniform
for duly would cost him his Job
That he begged was denied It
being assorted that he simply request
ed a re warn for services rendered It
was decflleil that a deposit of 5 as
bail would satisfy the city and tho
negro was released
It is safe lo say that Grahams
lequests for rewards will In the
future be confined to the patrons of
the dining car In which he served
OGDEN BURGLAR
CAUGHT IN OMAHA
The local police department was
notified last night that L Seath and
LoUIe Ellis were In Jail In Omaha
held for tho robbery of the home of
Thomas Burt of S J Burl Bros
on Adams avenue a few weeks ago
Detective Ponder will leave for the
Nebraska city as soon as requisition
papers can be obtained rom the gov
ernors office in Salt Lake City and
the couple will be returned to Ogden
to stand trial for their crime
The Burt homo was burglarized and
between 300 and 100 worth of cloth
ing and other valuables the property
of Mr Burl and his sister Miss Hat
lie Burt were removed
Seath had been working In tho city
prior to the robbery as an Insurance
agent and was quite well known
Descriptions of Iho pair were sent
broadcast and the arrest today In
Omaha is the result
DEMOCRATIC MASS
CONVENTION
A mass convention of the Demo
crats of WebOr county Is hereby called
to meet at tho county court house In
Ogden Clly on Saturday thin 10th
day of September 1910 at 2 oclock
p m for the pirposo of electing dele
gates to the stale convention to be
held at Provo on the iRth day of Sep
tember 1910 and for the purpose of
transacting such other business as
may como before sald mass conven
tion
By order of the committee
T D JOHNSON Chairman
TO OtOiCAH
EDEN SGBOGl
Next Wednesday will be a red let
ter day for time little town of Eden In
tho upper valley Tho now school
house will be dedicated and the old
one in a lomodelcd form will also
PUSH through a dedication
Tho new school house IB a very
creditable building modern In many
respects Dedicator exercises for
hits building will bo held during Iho
day and they will bo attended by tile
county commissioners tho state su
Frontier Day Show at Ogden
Direct From Cheyenne
ExPresidentR osevelt Who Saw This Big Wild West Show at Cheyenne Only a Few Days Ago said It is the Biggest Show I Ever
Saw The Show Passed Through Ogden August 31st and is N ow Playing at the State Fair of California and will be in Og
den on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15 1910
r
The following partial program has
been prepared for Ogden
Frontier Days chow from Chey
enne
NotoIII nil events contested by
individuals tho purges will be divided
C5 per cent 25 per cent and 10 per
cent In team contests entire purse
II
goes to winning learn
Cow pony race open lo all ono
fourlh mile Ponies must bti 14
hands two Inches high and curry
cow saddles Purse 7560
Indian Pony race open to full blood
ed Indians onefourth mile PurSe
2000
Freoforall for untrained raco
horses onefourth nllc Purse
10000
Bulldogging of wild T6as ulcCra
The Shier Is glvon a atari bt 150 feet
Cowboy chases him on horseback
Jumps from his horse to tho back of
the steer reaching between the horns
and catching the steer by tho HOBO
with his hands and teeth throws him
to lie ground
Ladles cow pony rtce onfourth
mile Contestants must ride astride
Purse 7500
pcrlnlendont of schools A C Nel j
son former superintendent of schools
of Weber county E L Eggertson
the present superintendent W N
Petterson and other county officials
When the old school house house
was dlscauled foe the new ono the
town people purchased and remodel I
ed It Into a fine social hall the work
on it just now being completed and
it was decided that both buildings
should be dedicated for the purposes
for which they have been built and
remodeled on the same day and that I
that day should bo a memorable one
for Eden I
It Is said by residents of the little I
mountain town thai no means or Imlns I
will he spared in making the day one
long lo be remembered I
SPORTS
I BASEBALL RESULTS I
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 7 Detroit 4
CLEVELAND Ohio Sept SClove
land again defeated Detroit today
Kaler shut out Detroit until the
eighth Inning when he weakened
Scoro R H E
Cleveland 7 10 1
Detroit 4 12 3
Batteries Kaler Karkness and
Land Works and Schmidt Casey
Washington 2 New York 8
WASHINGTON Sept SNew York
baited Walker out of the box today
and hit Relating hard defeating the
Washingtoiio handily Score
nHE
Washington 2 5 3
New York 8 13 3
BatteriesWalker Reisllng and
Bcckcndorf Warhop and Sweeney
St Louis and Chicago Break Even
ST LOUIS SopL SSL Louis and
Chicago broke even in todays dou
bleheader Olmstead gave one hit in
the first Scores
First game R H E
St Louis 0 1 3
Chlrpgo L 8 4
batteries Lake and Stephens Olm
stead and Block
Second gtme R H E
St Louis C 6 1
Chicago I G 2
Batteries Balloy Cross and Kllll
for Young Scotte and Sullivan
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cubs Made Clean Sweep of Cincinnati
CHICAGO SepL SThe Cubs made
n clean sweep of the Cincinnati se
ries by winning the final game of the
season here Score IL H K
Chicago 8 12 2
Cincinnati 3 7 2
Hatterion Rculbach and Kliug Ro
wan ontou and McLean
Boston 1 New York L
NEW YORK Sept SNew York
and Boston played a lie game here
today The score stood I to 1 when
the contest was called on account of
darkness In the tenth Score
HILE
Boston 1 1
New York 1 C 4
Batteries Brown and Smith Will
so and Miners Schlel
Brooklyn 1j Philadelphia S
PHILADELPHIA Sept sphia
dolphin hit the ball hard today and
cosily defeated Brooklyn Score
R II E
Brooklyn 1 5 3
Philadelphia S 13 1
Batteries Bell and Berger Moore
Cull and Doern
I
St Louis 4 Plttsburo 2
PITTSBURG SepL 8St Louis to
day won a game in Piitsburg for lie
lirst limo this season mainly on tc
count of tho good pitching of Har
mon Scoro It IL E
St Louis 4 8 0
Plltsburg 2 10 2
Batteries Harmon and Evans Fer
ris White and Gibson
COAST LEAGUE
At Sacramento Veruon J Sacra
mento 2
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Omoha Omaha 11 DeS Moines
>
At Denver Denver 3 Topeka O
At Wichita St Joseph I Wichita
3 13 Inning
At Lincoln Sioux City S Lincoln I
RESULTS AT DEER
OVERLAND PARK DENVER SOIl
Pavorltos fared badly at Overland
today only two first choices wlu
r Trick roping by famous Jxperts
Cowboy relay race ono and one
half miles each rider to be allowed
three horses and two assistants and
must change mounts twice in the
race Iho rider winning the most half
miles In two days to get first money
Purse 17500
Indian pony race onefourth mile
for squaws and maidens Purse
1500
Hat race open to llmcn and wo
men i rider to cover 150 yards pick
ing up three hats on the way and
throwing them on the other side of
the horse rider picking up all the
hats and making the best time to be
declared time winner Purse 5000
Riding of wild harms fresh from
the ranges and never before handled
by the most expert riders In the
world
Indian war dance by a band of
fifty fullblooded Sioux Indians from
the Pine Ridge reservation
Exhibition of trick roping by world
famous rOpers
Bucking horse contest for tho cham
nlng The fourth race at a mile fur
nished the best racing of the day
Hoyle beating Sam Bernard and Tho
Slicker in a pretty drive Results
First race five furlongs selling
Flyou won Black Domino second Re
gards third Time 101 35
Second race five furlongs and a
half purse Marchmonet won Exe I
cute second Fern L third Time
105 35
Third race John W Springer han
I dicap five furlongs Helen Scott won
Helen Hawkins second Sterling third
Time 101 35
Fourth race ono mile f selling
Hoyle won Sam Bernard second The
Slicker third Time 110 15
Fifth race five furlongs selling
B J Swanner won Robo second Col
Austin third Time 101 35
Sixth race four furlongs and a half
selling Chanate won Queen of Low
lands second Inauguration third
Time 5i 15
ANACONDA RESULTS
ANACONDA Mont Sept SoBal
ronla took the lead at the lower turn
In the feature raco and won by two
and a half lengths from Arloneltc
Hannah Louise was responsible tot
a long delay at tho post Results
Flrdl race five furlongs Belling
MolllG Montrose lOG W Gargan
3 to 1 won Banlady 105 Corey 20
to 1 second Aquiline 106 Gaugol
C to 5 third Time 103 Bonfils
Lillian Day May Pink Kldnorth and
Miss Hattie also ran
Second race seven furlongs selling
Patriotic 101 A Nelson 8 to 5
won Irrigator 109 Lindhorst 9 to
5 second Mike Gordan 109 E
Smith 7 to 2 third Time 131
hay Garter Glaucus and Copperllcld
also ran
Third race seven furlongs selling
Hnmmeraway 109 Dennison 10 to
1 Won Nebraska Lass 109 Fischer
5 to 1 second Deneeu 109 Coburn
7 to 2 third Time 130 15 David
Warflcldi Hey el Tovar and Gossiper
II also ran
Fourth race Miles City handicap
five furlongs and a half Balronlu
lOG Gaugel 7 to 5 won Arlon
ctte 104 E Smith 11 to 5 sec
ond Marian Casey 13 Selden 5 to
1 third Time 109 Hannah Louise
also ran
Fifth race mile and 70 yards sell
ing Sir Angus 109 Gaugel 3 to
2 won Kogo 101 Fogarty 7 to 2
second John J Rogers 109 Dell
nJson 9 to 2 third Time 149 15
Convent Bell Captain Burnett and
fir White also ran
Sixth race five furlongs selling
Zlck Abrams 116 Dennison S to 1
won Sona lOS Cob rn 13 to 5
second Sir Barry 114 Parker 3
to 11 third TIuio 103 35 Billy
Mayham Alaxle Ben Stone and Jll
lett also ran
Ar AGOr OA fNTRJfS
ANACONDA Mont Sept 8 En
tries for Friday Sept 9
First race six furlongs selling 3
yearolds and up Sudlo A Lee Har
rison II Roy T Captain Burnett
Conspirator Howard Pearson 101
Glaucus lOG Goesar 100
Second race six furlongs selling
3yearolds and up Emma G Lady
Adelaide Ybor Tlllingbast 107 Os
wald B xiOO Tremargo lOG War
fare Gramcrcy lOG Queen Lead 111
Third race five furlongs and a half
purse for all ages New Capital
ttuckalucksy Donovan lOG Bonnie
Bard Zoo Young 112 j Beau Man
115 Fourth raco four furlongs and a
half purse nil ages Milt Jones Do
ride 90 Begone Sewoll 115 i Ham
per Roy Junior 112
Fifth race one mile selling i 3
yearolds and up1l1lce Jordan 115
Minnie lOG Cabin Knight of Ivan
hoe 112 Livius xllO Patriotic
xl07
xA Ilren Lice allowance
Sixth race one mile selling 3
ycarolds and up Orileue 103 Han
nibal Boy 102 Dr White 107 Buda
pest Reuben 105j Harka 101 Irri
gator 110
WAll STREET
RmiAlNS DUll
NEW YORK Sept STho small
contingent of operators III stocks laid
aside considerations today In the con
viction apparently that they had lout
their hour to Influence prices
The now subjects which were sub
Htlluted In the attempt to find a mo
tive force to prove effective made but
small impression on the market
plohshlp of the world Each contest
ant shall ride any horflo as often aa
the judges may deem necessary tho
Judges to secure at least tlvb riders
at the end of the second day for the
finals on the Inst day Any rider pull
Ing leather will be disqualified Purse
100
Roping contest open to the world
entrance fee of 10 tobo added to
tho purse steers to have sixty feet
start then roped and hogtied If a
steer is not roped within three min
utes the contestants will Withdraw
upon signal from tho Judges The six
men making the best time in the pre
liminaries will he selected for the
finals on tho last days Purse 100
Wild horse race one mile each
contestant to have ono assistant to
have hackamore saddle and blindfold
ready at the wire and ready to re
ceive horses when delivered by the
management First horso under tho
wire running the right Way to be
declared the winner Purse 100 I
Special Wild West features Includ
ing some of the most daring feats
known In cowboy life The manage
I
The government crop report as It
did not appear until less than half an
hour before lie close of the session
and after tho markets for grain had
closed had more the effect of repres
sion on activity than of stimulating
The monthly statement of the cop I
per producers association was Illcal
culated to relieve the 1 apprehension
felt over the course of affairs In that
trade I
The assumption that production was
being curtailed as a result of agree
ments arrived at by conferences
among the principal producers held
abroad was effectually belled by this
showing
The publication camo too late to
affect the foreign markets and an ad
vancc in the price of copper occurred
in the London market The effect
on securities hare was slight A
further crumbling In the price of
American hide and leather carried It
to 19 the lowest price of the year
after having sold at 32 31 on Tues
day This represented the culmlua
tlon of a discreditable episode In
stock market manipulation by which
a pool In tho stock worked on the
credulity of a sopculatlve I following
almost up to tho hour of the publlca
tlon of the annual report The tlmo
money market as called easier today
but there was no Important change In
quotations
Bonds were steady Total sales
par value 1005000 U S bonds
were unchanged on call
INSURANCE GO
SUiNG FOR AXES
ANACONDA MonL SepL 8Basel1
on the plea that its business is inter
state commerce and not subject to
taxation under state laws the Now
York Life Insurance company filed
suit today against Deer Lodge coun
t for refund of taxes amounting to
20979 paid under protest
The complaint asserts that all con
tracts for policies issued to Montana
residents are made modified and dis
charged in the New York ofllco and
that none of the companys officers
are residents of any state other than
New York The manner of transact
ing business is sot out in detail show I
Ing that it Is all done by mull from
the home office and it is pleaded
that any local taxation Is a burden
tn Interstate commerce contrary to
the constitution
Attorneys for the company say that
this Is a test suit brought with tho
Intention of carrying It to the United
Slates supreme court to determine
tile status of the company in ovary
state of the Union
MONTAr A OEMS
IN GONVafnON
LIVINGSTON Mont Sept 81he
state Democrat convention convened
here at noon today amid tho greatest
enthusiasm among the delegates
among whom are former Senator W
A Clark and Governor Edwin L Nor
rls Governor Norris was chosen
permanent chairman succeeding
Temporary Chairman T J Walsh of
Helena who Is mentioned as a candi
date for the United States senate to
succeed Senator Thomas H Carter
Tho convention tonight adopted tho
minority report of the resolutions
committee against the convention go
Ing on record In the endorsementof
a candidate for the United Stales sen
ate
Aside from the nominations to be
made for clerk of tho supreme court
railroad commissioner and congress
man the question of the endorsement
of a senatorial candidate was the prin
cipal subject before the convention
The Montana legislature this fall will
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fluent will pay 100 to any man that
will ride slick scratch and whip a
horae designated and will also pay
100 to any man who will produce a
Pacific coast home that one of their
experL4 cannot ride slick scratch and
I whip
Nightshirt race on horseback one
and onoeighlh miles get off and
light a cigar at first quarter got off
and change coat at half get oft
and open grip and put on nightshirt
at threequarters mount and ride to
within twenty yards of the finish dis
mount and carry saddle and grip un
der wire Purse 75
60 WILD SIOUX INDIANS
In Full War Paint Will Give the
War Dance All at Ogden
Fair Grounds
General admission 50 cents
Children under 14 25 cento
Children with parents under 6 free
Grand stand 25 cent extra
elect successor to Senator Clark
rho convention will not reach tho
nominations until hUe this evening
Ringing speeches predicting Dem
ocratic success were made by former
Senator Clark Governor Norris Hon
W G Conrad Major Martin Maginers
Slate Senator Thomas D Long State
Chairman W B George and others
GOVERNORS DAY
BIG DAY Of WHK i
HARTFORD Cerium Sept SSJlr t
Iled horse racing sensational aero
plane flights and other attractions
mado Governor day at the Connec
ticut state fair the biggest and best I
of the week The Blue Ribbon event
of the Grand Circuit races the 10
000 209 trot was one sided for Gen 1
eral II driven by G Haag who took f
all three heals Summary
Charter Oak 209 trot purso 10 I
000 General II won In three straight
heats Best lime 208 Gamar sec I
ond Alice Roosevelt third 1
210 trot plirso 1000 Captain I
Cute won In three straight heats i
Best time 209 12 Crelghlon sec
ond Henry Winter third i
211 trot purse 1000 Startle won I
In straight heats Best time 2 10 12
Just 0 second Molva Jt third I
205 pace purse 1000 Bart won I
In two straight heals Best time
205 Jeuule W Second Educator 1
third
NOTICE
The Elite Cafe is reopened for bus j
iness under the JeW management of
Blosser Foloy I
IELLY3 ANSWERED L
10 LURE OFO I
DENVER Colo Sept SJack Kel
ly hale hearty and Irish stood In
the police court awaiting sentence for
disorderly conduct He was the oasis
In the desert the one shaven man
among thirty untlflj1 vags
Your hbnor ho said It started
at the races where I won a little
aide bet and It ended In the Mozart
cafe after the officervhad thrown
me out three times for disagreeing
with the wallow
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Kelly was the very picture of what
a millionaire should look like If his
wealth could bUy his happiness
Why did you go back after the
officer had sent 3ou home asked
tho judge
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Because answered tho culprit
every time I closed that door be I
hind me some ono inside Just to
make mo mad your honor would I
sing Has Anybody Here Seen Kel
ly and I went back to show them
what I looked like
QUIET DAY ON
LOCAL EXCHANGE
SALT LAKE Sept S Another day
so quiet on change you coud almos
hear the proverbial pin drop dur j
Ins any limo of the proceedings and
yet the final results of the moriilnp
session showed a total sale of 33112 j
vauled at IGSS19 In volume exceed I
Ing yesterdays morning sales by S
000 showing a rather gratifying daily
Increase Cedar Talisman showed a
fraction of a notch gala and Nevada
Hills was hold a few points stiffer 1
The Utah Consolidated showed tho
largest number of shares sold 5000
May Day coming in next with 3100 I
wlillb Cedar Talisman brought up
third place in the morning hour with I
3000
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