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j THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912. ' VH
f The $15.00 Suit Sale I
These suits were bought for OUR $20.00 val-
i ues, but the delay in shipment, has resulted in I
this SALE; you get a $20.00 value for $15.00 I
i Colors black, brown mixtures, grey mixtures
and navy fancy stripes.
The N. M. WYKES CO.
jit 2335 Washington Ave,
!EefcE3Iai "'vriffa
My! What a Headache
YWhen In the front or back of the
head or In the temples It Is wlth
liut dcubt caused from eyestrain.
tWe will guarantee our glasses to
ventlrely relievo ouch headache.
Examining and lenp grinding
!1 OPTICIANS.
lj. T. RU8HMER OPTICAL CO..
jf 2464 Wash Ave.
IlADIES DR. LA RUE'S CAP- 8
A-LOIDS (double strength) It
Female Regulator relievos the 1
SQost "obstinate abnormal H
t casee." All druggists'. By ex- fj
I Brass, prepaid. Price $2.00, 3 K
I boxeB $5.00. A, R. Mclntyre, Uj
Drugs, 2421 Wash. Ave. H
it'
OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
jff 3601 Washington Ave.
Hr Direct wires to Butte, Anaconda,
iHavro de Grace, Lexington, Loui3-
ivllle, Windsor, Latonla and Juarez
Race Tracks.
tj This room has the only direct
."ervlco to all tracks. Phone 313.
t -
Palace Cafe
Special Dinner . . 25c
s'Luneh from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dinner from 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
iTOM HOY, Mgr. 2S4 25th St
JL'eaders in Styles for Men
i3 Quality Goods.
fcuchmiller & Flowers
$jfc 2461 Washington Ave.
j-
j W. L. WHELAN
i4 Artistic Piano Tuner. Case and
Taction work a specialty. Phone
Lto3.
.
jfc WHERE THE WOMEN TRADE
Ibtandard telephones
UFor Editorial, News ad Society
.Jbepartment, Call Only Phone No
lFor Subtcrlptlon and Advertising
JS1 Department, Call Phone No. 56
I RANDOM
I REFERENCES
i'Pree 20c can CHI-NAMEL during
ffemonBtrntion, Saturday, October 12.
dy demonstrator will show you how
?' jive nlco hardwood effect to any
m&. door, floor or furniture. No brush
WHB with CHI-NAMEL. Ogden
-Jitlnt and Oil Co.
Republican Women Judge J. A.
rJ&well and Judge N. J. Harris will be
Mife speakers at the meeting of the
omen's Weber Coun, Republican
,ub in the headquarters on Hudson
jg?enuct tomorrow aftercjon at 2:30
Jtfclock. MubIc will be furnished by
.'Jlss Mildred Hlsner, Miss Myrtle
Mhatcher and the Misses Freevorg.
Tf'"
RYOU can give tho hardwood effect
Wpany old floor or door with CHI
TfcMEL Ea6y to apply impossible
0Jleave brush mark-. See Lady dem
iJsuUrator Our store, Saturday Oc
toer 12. Ogden Paint and Oil Co. --
'JJSNeede More Machines Chairman
3&S. Smith of the Democratic com
jjpyttee statcB that the Sixteenth dls
5Bct will need two voting machines
tifall voters are to cast their voteB
Spthout difficulty. From the Demo
atlc canvass just completed, It was
Sund tho the number of votors In that
Btrict had IncreaBed to 810. Mr.
Ahlth thinks that more than one ma
pine will bo required for the6e voters.
SThe ladles of the Episcopal church
ggSll give a cake sale Saturday nftcr
0)on at Mclntyre's drug Btoro.
Delivering Tomatoes It 1b reported
wjpm the farm districts that the frost
Jffiast night was not damaging to the
Btmatocs. The tomato raisers are
lay today making deliveries to the
victories.
3o. E. S. Queen Esther chapter No.
Wwlll hold special meeting Saturday,
swktober 12, at 8 p. m. Degree work.
Sffler W. M.
J
fMDaua:h.ters to Meet The Daughters
'BEtbe Mormon Battalion will hold
ftlr second annual meeting at the
SBflae of Mrs Dora Wilson, 111 Thlr-
ILk
Kef
tieth street, at 3 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon. The election of officers
will take place at this meeting.
Wanted Women and girls to peel
tomatoes. Banner Canning Co., 21st
street and Roeves avenue
Traveling by Auto Mr. and Mrs.
Dankowske are In Ogdou on a short
visit with relatives and friends. Thoy
have been on a camping trip since
July 17 In an automobile made for
camping purposes. Thoy trip lead
them over mountain trails never be
fore traveled by automobiles and after
exploring the "mountains of Moptana
aiid Idaho, ihey ended their trip at
Mackav. Idaho, last Saturday They
are visiting with John Pingree for a
dav or so after which they will go to
Salt Lake before returning to their
home In Butte.
Farewell Dance Elder Eugene Gay,
Fourth Ward, Friday evening, Oct 11
Tickets 50c per couple; extra ladles
free.
Snatches a Purse While she was
boarding a street car last night at tho
Ogden rlVer bridge, a thief snatched
a hand bag from Miss Ranhlld
Chrlstenoon and ran swiftly In a
northerly direction. The purse con
tained only $1.50 and some letters,
but the letters were prized because
they were from Miss Chrlstonson'a
parents. MIsb Chrlstenson had been
visiting friends and was waiting for a
car at 8 30 last night on the bridge
While she was standing thero, a
roughly clad fellow with a hat pulled
over his eyes came along and snatched
tho handbag as he brushed against
her.
Our new soaleB are accurate 2000
pounds to every ton. Badger Coal &
Lumber Co. Phone 866.
Visited School John Walsh of
Farmington, vice president of the
State Industrial school, spent yester
day In Ogden. While here he visited
the school.
Watch for the German ladles' rum
mage sale.
Williams Estate In the estate of
Susanna Willlama. deceased, Mary A.
Morton, a daughter, today petitioned
tho district court to Ibbuo letters tes
tamentary to the executor Moroni
Skeen and also to issue an order that
the will be probated. The estate Is
valuod at $959 cash deposited In a
bank of this city.
Seeks Non-Suit In Judge Howell's
division of the district court this
morning, the personal Injury suit of
James T. Gaines against the Ogden
Rapid Transit company was resumed.
At the conclusion of" the introduction
of testimony for the plaintiff, the de
fendant's attornev moved tho court
for a non-suit. The motion Is being
argued this afternoon.
Wanted Women and girls to peel
tomatoes. Banner Canning Co., 21st
6lreet and Reeves avenue.
Marriage License A marriage li
cense ha3 been issued to josepn i-c-roy
Crawford and Rhoda Maranda
Judkins, both of Ogden.
There's a photographer in town
whose name Is Tripp, 320 1-2 25th st.-
Democratlc Speaker James H.
Moyle of Salt Lake, will be the speak
er at the first Democratic rally to bo
held in the Mouna Fort amusement
hal this evening Other nddresses will
be given and the Wilson-Marshall
glee club will furnish music.
Chicken Raisers Freeh ground
bone daily at Washington Market. --
Deer Season The season for deer
shootlnz opens on October 15 and lasts
for 30 days. One deer, but no more,
may be killed by any citizen with a
license, but non-residents cannot
ghoot Utah deer ai any time.
Wanted A house girl; a good place
and good wapes for a good girl. Mrs.
Cnlley, 2579 Monroe. Telephone 1716.
Address Sunday "A Bettor Crop
of EoyB and GlrlB" is tho titlo of an
address to bo delivered by W. N. Pet
terson, superintendent of the county
schools, before the parents' class at
tho Fourth ward, Sunday morning at
10 o'clock.
KJrkendall Undertaking Co., Mason
1b temple. Phone 150.
Republicans Doubtful Chairman
S S. Smith, chairman of tbo Weber
county Democratic central commit
tee, has completed hiB check of the
10 voting precincts which have been
canvassed, but has mado no etatoment
except to say that he 1b satisfied. He
6tates that all Democrats arc In line
and many Republicans are on the
doubtful list.
Some one may make better Butter
than & G but they never have --
B, C. Call of Brigham was an Og
den visitor yesterday.
luvcBtfgato our free introductory of
fer on bers, winos and liquors. Fo
ley's. D. A. Swan of Snlt Lake is regis
tered at tho Reed hotel.
Old papore Tor salo at this ofHce;
23c per hundred.
Tearing Down A force of mon has
been put at work razing the brick
structure at Twenty-fourth street and
Hudson avenue to make room for the
new building to bo erected by Fred J.
KleBbl. The entlro upper floor of thi
new building is to bo iho home of the
Weber club.
Delivery boy wanted at tho Washr
Ington meat markeL
Good Roads H. H. Hondrlckson,
president of the Intermuontaln Good
Roads association, was down from
Iogan yesterday. While here, he aud
O. J. SlIIwclI, secretary of the Inter
mountnln association, discussed mat
ters relating to the association. At
tho present tlmo all the time and at
tention or the association is centered
on the publication of the proceedings
of the last convention held in Logan
last June. It is figured that by pub
lishing the proceedings, much valu
able data and records will be preserv
ed for future reference. In case the
proceedlngB aro Illustrated, Ogden and
Wobor couuty will be represented by
cuts of roads in different parts of the
county.
Call 303 when you want beer, winea
or liquors. Foley's
Canvassing Votes A force of men
and women under Chairman E. M. Dix
of the Weber county Republican con1
tral committee began the work of can
vassing tho voting proclncta yesterday
morning. There will bo two canvas
sers in a district and it is believed
that Information on tho election
will be secured within tho week.
The county ca'nvass has been loft to
the ehalrmeu of the proclncts. They
will work during this week aud tho
next.
Cal 421 for the new6, edltorlnl and
society departments or tho Standard.
Seeking Health G. H. Tribe and
wife left this morning for Rochester.
Minn., where ho wll lconsult with
specialists in the hope of Improving
his health.
Myerc Auto for hire. Stand, Elite
Cafe. Phone 72,
Heavy Travel All roads continue to
report heavy colonist travel. Denver
&. Rio Grande train No. 5 had four
sections yesterday and today.
Non-descriptive ticket; Kansas
City, SL Louis, Springfield, 111., for
salo choap. D. P., caro Standard. --
Forgery Causes Arrest F M.
Welch was arrested at 9 o clock last
night bv Detectives Robert Burke and
Robert "Chambers. He had forged a
check and passed it enrllor In the day
on a local saloon Welch Is 27 years
old and has been In Ogden for a Bhort
time working around garages.
Failed to Walk Straight Jack Ri
ley, aged -10, was arrested at noou to
day by Patrolman John Russell. Tho
man was staggering down Twenty
fourth street, between Grant and Lin
coln, in a drunken condition.
Building an Annex The Salt Lake
& Ogdon Rallwaj -company has begun
tho erection or an annex to Its car
barn on Lincoln avenue and Thlrty
rirat street. The annex is being made
of brick and it will cost In the neigh
borhood of 51,000 The business of
the company has increased to a point
where more car room Is required.
From South Dakota Mrs. R E.
Woodworth of South Dakota is visit
ing friends in Ogden. She is tho
cuest of Dr and Mrs. G. A. Dickson.
Advertisers must have their copj
for the Erening Standard the evening
before the day on which the adven
tlaement Is to appear, In order to In
sure publication.
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CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to render our sincere
thanks to all our rolatlvcs and
friends who assisted us In our sad be
reavement in the death and funeral
of our beloved husband and father.
James Harvey Brown. Thoso who
spoko words of sympathy and com
fort; the singers who rendered sweet
music; thoso who gae tho beautiful
flowers. May thoy all be blessed
with friends In their hour of trial.
MRS. HARVEY BROWN and family
(Advertisement.)
TRANSFERS OF
REAL ESTATE
Real estate transfers havo been
placed on file In tho county recorder's
office as follows:
M. L. DeJullen and wife to George
Lienhardt, lots 1 and 2, Rider's Sub
division of block 31, plat A, Ogden
survey. Consideration $1,500.
William G. Wilson and wife to Wil
liam S. Read, prt or the southeast
quarter of section 18, township G
north, range 1, east of the Salt Lake
meridian. Consideration, $450.
H. M. Greene and wife to J. J
Brunimllt. lots 13 to 19, Inclusive,
block 1, King's addition. Ogden Bur
vey. Consideration $1,050.
on
DEATHS ARDFUNERALS
BROWN Funeral services over the
remains of James Harvey Brown of
Huntsvllle, wore hold Wednesday af
ternoon at the First ward meeting
house. Bishop John Hall of Hunts
villo presiding. The oponing prayer
was offered by Charles Wood of
Huntsvllle. Touching tributes to the
memory of Mr Brown wore paid by
Brother John Powell or Merrltt, Al- j
vln Sprngue and Angus McKay of
Huutsvllle and C. F. Middleton, a duet
by Miss Bernice Brown and Mrs.
Bcrnlco Glayzer, ''Jesus Lover of M)
Solo," and "Their Is a Land." Also a
solo, "O My Father." by George Bain,
and a solo" by Ben Crltchlow, Bene
diction by Eldor Larkln. A largo
number of relatives and friends at
tended the services. Tho floral of
ferings were beautiful. Burial took
place In tho Ogden City cemetery
REES The funeral services for
Frank Rees will be held Sunday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of
his sister, Mrs. John V. Austin, 111
Thirtieth street. Bishop D. H En3lgn
officiating. The remains will lie i
state Saturday evening and Sunday
until the time of the funeral. The
Interment will bo In tho Ogden city
cemetery.
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FRESHMEN HOLD
VARSITY TO TIE
Chicago, Oct. 11. The freshmen
hold the 'varsity to a ', to C tie m
the University of Chicago scrlmniago
practlco here yesterday. Tho young-
slors joueu me regulars uacit wnn
straight bucks mixed with numerous
end runs and Stegeman plunged
through for the first regular touch
dovn this year by the scrubs. Ben
nett played fullback for tho 'varsity
and scored tho touchdown. Pierce, the
regular fullback, was laid off Tor a
robt.
HOPES FOR PEACE.
Vienna, Austria, Oct. 3L Emperor
Francis JoBef in the course of a con
versation with a prominent personage
at the palace yesterday said:
"1 hope that peace may still bo
preserved."
CACHE COUNTY
CLAIMED BY
DEMOCRAT
Charles England, Democratic candi
date for secretary of state, l,s an Og
den visitor. Ho eoco from hore to
Morgan whoro be will apeak at a rally
Saturday ovenlng. A
Mr England, who Is T&anager of
the Logan Journal, says Cache
county V'lil be placed In the Demo
cratic column on olectloh day.
VQ
REGISTRARS
ARE TO BE
NOTIFIED
Complaiut has been mado that a
number of the registration places
have been closing their doors before
the tinle specified by law.
The jtatuto covering the time of
registration statOB that the doors
must bo open from tho registering
of voters between the hours of S a.
m., and 9 p. m. Reports havo been
made to the county clerk that several
of the places have been closed at 7
In the evening and that voters wish
ing to register have been denied tho
opportunity ,
It Is belloert that the action of the
registrars in refusing to register the
persons appearing after 7 o'clock was
due to their ignorance of tho law. The
registrars will be officially notified of
their mistake. f
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IN JUDGE HARRIS'
DIVISIONOF COURT
In Judge Harris division of the dis
trict court today in the case of Alfo
rata Schurtz against Don C Schurtz,
tho petition for a restraining order
was granted and tho defendant will be
required to make an accounting of his
receipts to tho court.
The demurrer In the case of Oronc
Hogge. administratrix, against the
Salt 1-ake & Ogden Railway com
pany, was arguod and taken under ad-
vlsement. the saino action being taken
on the demurrer in the case of the
Ogden Mill Elevator company against
H. W. Shurtllff.
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SUPPOSED WILL
HAS BEEN FOUND
Los Angeles, Cal , Oct. 11. Probate
court officials here have received
what purported to be the last will of
William Brady, whose estate valued
at $55,000 has been unclaimed
throughout the three years elapsing
since his death. Because of certain
oddities about the document and the
envelope In which it arrived, the au
thorities began an Investigation to
day. 1
The document vaEt dated June 23,
1903, and bequeathed Uhc bulk of the
estate to "my old 1 friend, Russell
Bates Brackctt of Ratbn, N. M." The
envelope In which the document ar
rived was ddressed (o the "probate
court. Chief of Pollcf, Los Angeles.
Cal " Though apparoatly dropped In
to tho mall at Raton, the envelope
bore a canal zone stamp.
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UNCLE SAM TO
BUILD BIGj BRIDGE
Snn FrauclEco, Oct 11. The war
department hae sanctioned the build
ing of a huge steel bridge, to cost $1,
050,000, across the S isun bay above
Martinez. Definite advices to this ef
fect wero received here today from
Washington )
The bridge was planned several
years ago by an interurban rallr..
and allied interests. With lt
proaches. it will be tjvo miles
and will have a clearance of 72 ..
above high tldo level.
The building of the brjdge had been
oppofced by those who feared It would
obstruct the passage of river boats.
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JOHNSON TALKS
IN WILKESBARRE
Wllkesbarrq, Pa., Oct 11. Governor
Johnson of California left here today
for Philadelphia, where he Is sched
uled to deliver two addresses tonight.
Tho governor will speak in Chicago
October 19, and start from there the
next dav for Sacramento. Tls Penn
sylvania engagement will close tat
Pittsburgh on next Saturday night.
Next week he will tour Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois.
GLOOMY OUTLOOK
FOR CITY SERIES
Chicago, Oct 11. Another gloomy
prospect was presented today for tho
second game for the Chicago asoball
championship between the Cubs and
Whlto Sox. Rain fell early today and
during the morning the almosphcro
was heavy, with moro rain threaten
lug. The weather bureau predicted
showers
PLUMBER SHOOTS
WIFE AND CHILD
Akron, O., Oct. 11. John Ar. Mc
Donald, a plumber, today shot anil
killed his 3-year-old sop and then
fired bullets Into the heads of hlii
wife and sister. Mr. McDonald is
believed to be fatally injured and the
siBter is in a serious condition. Mc
Donald was arrested.
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EXPECTS TO BRING
HOME THE BACON
Chicago, Oct. 11. A telegram from
"Jake" Stahl was read lae night at
a banquet of the Woadlawn Business
Men's association, of jWhlch the Red
Sox manager is a niemoer announcing
that be would carry out the wishes of
his friends by bringlngjhome tho "ba
con." L
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PRESBYTERIAN
ANNIVERSARY
TODAY
The missionary department of the
Sunday school board of the Presby
terian rjuirch Is celebrating its twen-ty-ififih,
or silver, anniversary this
year with great enthusiasm. The six
teen men of the first year haye In
creased to 152, including tho 28- men
who are serving as colporteurs among
the immigrants, interpreting to them
lu their own language Christian na
tional ideals.
Out of the labors of these men
there haye grown over 20,000 Sunday
schools, more than 1,500 of which
havo grown into Presbyterian church
es, more than 000 Into ohurohoB of
other denominations. Noarly 900
schools were set to work the past
year, eight of these In Utah. Parallel
with the covering of the whole coun
try has been the development of tho
school work Itself. What marks re
cent years Is the substitution of a
graded series of lessons for the uni
form series generally adopted by tho
"farlotiB denominations fifty ycartfago,
A most Interesting gathering of
Sunday school workers was present ot
the First Presbyterian churoh in Og
den this morning. Tho committee's
report on Sunday school conditions of
tho state waB read by Mr Wiflen
berger ipplementpd by the traveling
mls3lonUi'y's review of his work. The
big factor of the meeting was the
clear and forceful presentation of
"The Modern Educational Sunday
School," by the Rev, E. Morris Forgn
soo of Philadelphia. Mr. Ferguson is
at present general educational super
intendent of the Presbyterian Sunday
schools.
A most lively discussion was precip
itated by questions from tho floor,
showing much diversity or opinion and
involving many educational theories
During the noon h6ur a room was
re9ervea for further detailed study and
conference, presided over by Dr. Fer
guson At the popular meeting this ovening
Dr. Ferguson gives his famous address
on "Big Crops From Small Fields."
which all religious workers and teach
ers will want to hear
Resolutions were adopted looking to
the making of all schools standard in
every way. also the repetition of a
Sunday school institute at next fall's
meeting.
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WIDOW SHOOTS
SELF ON STEAMER
Seattle, Wash, Oct 11 -Mrs. Cor
rie Lewis, 30 years of age. a well-to-do
widow of Nlnga ranch at Poulsbo,
committed suicide yeslerdaj on the
Sound steamer Hyak en route from
Senttle to Poulsbo by shooting herself
In the head with a pistol. She was in
ill health and despondent because Bhe
was aloo on the ranch. Acquaint
ances said sho formerly lived in St.
Louis.
YALE TEAM READY
FOR LAFAYETTE
New Haven. Conn.. Oct. 11. To
morrow's genre with Lafaotte will
show what Is practically the mid-season
development of the Tale football
team. Yale will try to induce the
visitors to play fifteen-minute peri
ods, ns tho gamo Is the first between
the two institutions and Yale would
like It to go to a decisive result.
What the coacheB think of their
teams Is told candldlv In a statement
given out by Head Coach Howe. He
says.
"Our main trouble Ib still with the
guards and quarterbacks. I look up
on the guards as our weakest point
Wo liavo voteran ends and tho tack
les are developing slowly. The quar
terbacks havo made no bad mistakes
but their work Is not et satisfactory.
Wliai thoy need is to get a little wiser
from experience.
"We arc better off in hacks than in
the other departments. We have fair
first-string men, but our second string
Is far from the standard."
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;MARSHALLMAY
TOUR THE WEST
New York, OcL 11. Governor Mar
shall conferred with Governor Smith
of Georgia today regarding a proposed
far western trip for Govornor Mar
shall. The proposed trip would take
Govornor Marshall as far west as
Washington and would necessitate at
least two extensive speeches In each
state. Governor Marshall has not
yet decided to accept the commission.
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JAPANESE BOAT
CAUSES RUMOR
San Francisco, Oct. 17. Rumors of
a proposed Japanese merchant mn
rino wore set afoot here today by the
arrival of the Japanese freighter,
Tsurmgean from Otaru with a cargo
of oak logs. It was the first time In
several years that a Japanese freight
er has called at this port and caused
a report that Japanese firms were
buying a number of English tramp
Btoamers to engage in the Pacific
trade.
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DEADLOCK SEEMS
TO BE HOPELESS
Branford, Conu , Oct. 11 Hopeless
lv deadlocked nfter 205 ballots the
Ronublican state senatorial conven
tion for the twelfth district has ad
journed until Tuesday. For the first
150 ballots there was no change nnd
then one of the throe candidates with
drew The other two remained tied
for the coveted nomination throughout
the next 55 ballots.
KANSAS TEAM IS
BADLY CRIPPLED
Topeka. Kan., Oct. 11. With three
regulars out of the gamo on account
of breaking training rulcB, WaBhhurn
goes to Denver today for one of the
hardest games on her schodule Den
ver university.
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WAITER IDENTIFIES
ROSENTHAL SLAYERS.
Now York, Oct 10. The trial of
police Lleutonant Charles Becker pro-
Sreoaed today under the Judicial 1ko
IsBBBBBfl
LIKE THE AUTOMOBILE,
milling machinery is always improving. There are H
larger mills, but no more modern, complete mill than H
the one where IH
CRESCENT FLOUR M
is made, Modern methods and the cream of wheat H
make the flour that's hard to heat, jH
of Justice John W. Goff to the extent!
of completing the jury and the .exam
ination of bIx witnesses whose testi
mony established a foundation for the
murdor charge. Louie Krause, a
waiter who witnessed the shooting of
Herman Rosenthal, the gambler, in
West Forty-tbira street on tho morn
lug of July 1, positively identified
"Gyp, the Blood," Lefty Louie" and
"Whitev LowIb" as the gunmen who
fired the fatal ' shots. Jacob Reich,
more gonerally known as Jack Sulli
van, was ldentifed as tho man who
leaned over Rosenthal's body -as soon
hm it dropped to the pavement, and
then turned around to the murderers
and said, "Ho'6 dead."
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DEAD MAN HAD
BEEN SWINDLER
Chlco. Cal., Oct. 11. It is believed
hore that Dr. Benson Elliott, who
hanged himsolf to a tree near this
city last week, was Sydney Flower,
a free thought advocate of Illinois,
who was wanted by the police for
swlnding several persons, Including u
young woman of Decatur, 111., who
was defrauded of $2,000. A letter re
ceived by Chief of Police Goe laHt
night from tho Decatur chiof of po
lice declares the description of the
dead man is that of Flower, nnd tho
articles found In Benson Elliott's
loeketB make the identification com
plete. nn '
UTAH AGGIES TO
PLAY COLORADO
Denver. Colo., Oct 11 Tho foot
ball teams of the Colorado School ot
Mines and tho Utah Agricultural col
lege will meet hero thlB afternoon
The game was scheduled for Saturdaj
but the date was changed on account
of tho Denver-Minneapolis baseball
series Both teams have been put
through secret signal pructice since
lust Saturday, when the Utah players
met the University of Colorado at
Bojulder Thus far thlB season the
miners' weak point has been offensive
play, and Coach Johnston has been
drilling hiB warrlous vigorously for
today's tussle and predicts victor.
ELEVATED TRAINS
COME TOGETHER
New York, Oct, 11. Twenty-two
passengers were Injured early today
when two elevated trains came to
gether In a rear-end collision at tho
101th street station of tho Sixth av
enue railroad. The failure of the
brakes on tho second train is said to
havo caused the accident The for
ward car of this train and the last
car of the train In front were tele
scoped. Two of tho Injured probably
will die.
ART COLLECTION
SOLD AT AUCTION
New York, OcL 11. The art col
lection and furniture of Herman Ros
enthal, the murdered gambler, will bo
sold at public auction horo noxt week
for the benefit of his heirs. Rosen
thal was known as a connoisseur In
elaborate and artistic fucnlshings.
Among hia prized possessions wero
several notable paintings and costly
collections of porcelains, ebony and
Oriental rugs.
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MOOSETTE HATS
WILL BE WORN
Chicago, Oct 11. "Moosetto bon
nets" made their first appearance on
Chicago's streets yostordaj . The hats
aro of various shapes aud sizes, made
entiroly of red bandana drapery on
which are printed a picture of a ram
puglous bull moose and the Initials
"T R." A "Bull Moose" helmet has
also been designed for tho men.
The first hat appeared In the lobby
of a downtown hotel and was worn by
a pretCy brunette. The fever Immedi
ately spread and many women admir
ers of tho Progressive party candidate
doclared they would appear In them
today.
BURNS WILL NOT
FIGHT CHAMPION
Vancouver, B. C Oct 11. Despite
a verv tempting offeV from Hugh D.
Mcintosh, the Australian fight pro
moter, Tommy Burns will never again
enter the ring against (.lack Johnson.
Mr. Foster Taylor, one of Mr. Mc
IntoBh's representatives, who has
been In America trying to Induce sev
eral of the bis fellows to go to tbo
Antipodes, returned from Calgary to
duv where he hold an Intorvlew with
the 'former champion, hi an endeavor
to sccuro his contract for a match
with Johnson in Australia. Mr. Fos
ter Taylor did not succeed, and saltl
Burns' refusal was final.
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EXPECTS WOMEN
WILL SAVE HIM
San Francisco, Oct. 11. John Rog
ers, twice sentenced to be hanged for
the murder of Benjamin Goodman, a
Jewelrv salesman, cxpectB to Hvo many
yealB, through the grace of Califor
nia's women voters.
Goodman's body was chopped up
and thrown Into the gutter.
"Just watch the women vote on the
autl-caplLil punishment amendment
at tho No ember election," Rogers
said todav. "I'm counting on that I
know womoh aTe opposed to capital
punishment
Rogers' rtecond sentence, pronouue
ed yeBtorday, was necessitated be
cause or an appeal to tho supreme
court in his case.
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OLD WAR WRITER
LAYS DOWN PEN
Los Angeles, Cal.. Oct 11. The fu
neral of James Fielding Colby, a vet
eran newspaper man and one of the
beHt known of Civil war correspond- H
enta, who died hero last'Tuesday, was H
held yesterday. Tho body was ere- jjH
Throughout the rebellion Colby -was H
war correspondent for the Louisville'
Courior-Joumal. H
EXPECTS TO PUT H
SULZERIN CHAIR H
New York, Oct. 11. William F. Mc- H
Combs, chairman of tbo Democratic jH
national committee, who haB been ill H
for "two months, will take active IH
charge of the work of tho campaign IH
next Tuesday. Mr. McCombs has cent H
a personal contribution of $600 to H
William SuIzor'B campaign fund, ac- IH
companylng it with a statement that IH
he will do what he can to help elect IH
Mr Sulzer to the New York gover- lfl
norship. H
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REBEL LEADER IS H
SHOT IN "ESCAPE" H
Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct. 11. An H
attempt last night to break jail by H
Miguel Guerrero, a rebel leader, re- H
suited lu two prisoners being killed jf
nnd soveral soldiers wounded. A de-
lachment of federal cavalry respond- l
ed when the attempt was sounded and
prevented the escape of the prison-
ors Gcurrcrro, who was captured at H
Tepic several monthB ago, has since
been imprisoned hore.
BRYAN ON TOUR H
OF MINNESOTA M
St. Paul, Oct. 11. William J. Bryan. H
invaded Minnesota today. Ho left IH
Grand Forks, N. D., aud made several . bbbbb
rear platform speeches today on his ' IH
way to the Twin' Cities, being due IH
hero tonight. Mr. Bryan will leavo H
about midnight for Cedar Rapids, anc H
Des Moines, la. IH
WISCONSIN WILL M
HEAR ROOSEVELT fM
Minneapolis, Oot 11. Colonel ILLH
Rooseelt arrived here from Duluth LLH
at 620 this morning and remained LLL
until $'.30 when he left for an in-
vasion of Wisconsin. He was sched- LLL
uled to make his principal addreBs at ll
Osbkosh tonight H
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WALTON ON BIRDS' SONGS M
Famous Author of "The Compleat H
Angler" Appreciated Music of
His Feathered Friends. H
At first the lark, when she means to ppH
rejoice, to cheer herself, and thoso H
that hear her, Bhe tbon quits the earth
and sings as Bhe ascends higher Into LlH
the air; and having ended her heaven- IH
ly employment, grows then mute and H
sad, to think she must descend to the- J
dull earth, which she would not touch H
but for necessity. Now do the black- J
bird and the tbrossel, with their melo- IH
dlous voices, bid welcome to the choer- H
ful spring, and in their fixed mouths H
warble forth such ditties as no art or H
Instrument can reach to. Nay, the IH
smaller birds do the like in their par- IH
ticular seasons; as, namely, th IH
laverock, the titlark, the little linnet jH
and tho honest robin, that loves man- H
kind, both alive and dead. But the jH
nightingale, another of my airy crea- jH
tures, breathos such sweet loud music PH
out of her little instrumental throat H
that it might make mankind think H
miracles are not censed. He that at jH
midnight when the very laborer sleeps H
securely, should hear as I have very IH
often the clear airs, the sweet IH
deseantB, the natural riBing and fall- jH
lng, the doubling and redoubling of tM
her voice, might well be lifted above M
earth and say: H
"Lord, what music hast thou pro- H
vidod for the saintB In heaven, when M
thou affordest to bad men such music H
upon earth!" Izaak Walton's "Th H
Compleat Angler." jH
HOW TRUE HOME IS CREATED H
it Never Can Be Made Deliberately, M
But Must Just Grow Through jH
tho Years. H
Probably only when a man comes to H
get married doeB he realise how full H
tho world is of people ready and anx- IH
lous to glvo advice. This Is an age of 1
advice giving; and particularly it Is M
an age of advice giving to those about 1
to wed. I have a fairly largo circle of 'M
young married acquaintances, and I B
am bound to say that every now and M
then I seem to come across the trail H
of the Advice Giver in tho shape ot fl
some examples of the result of Advioa H
Taken. LH
Far too much advice, thero 1b &t LH
doubt Ib uttered by "artiatlo" people H
on this really absolutely simple mat H
ter of house-interior decoration. Th B
true home Interior la never created iBH
deliberately. It happens. Through- H
out the years It accumulates, it der4- BftV
ops, It grows and blossoms forth Into M
its final beauty or uglLaeas, as th HBV
case may bo. The lovely old colt H
and farm Interiors eo much imitated H
nowadays wore not tho result of ce- flBV
sclous decoration or design: ttar ? HBV
Instinctive. They "growod." N "dee-
orator expert," was called is t 6trii HftV
their harmonies, to think ont prsteni- HBJ
ed "occidental" groupings of furnl- HftV
tur, wlndow-sat, oak beams, and tfc HBV
rest. Beauty waa evolved. Just beo&uar HBa
there was no forerthousbt, so Cox- BBh
sclous decoration. Exchiflga. HKV
San FranciBco, Oot. 11. Seven
thousand dollars wbb pledged for tlse J
transportation of Greek volunteers to H
the scene ot the Turkish war, 'at a
maBS meeting here last night, attend-
cd by several thousand Greeks.

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