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t It s 1 I THS STANDARD OGpSIT UTAH MONDAY JUNE 28 1909
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FRED M NYE CO S
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lOur policy never to carry
goods from season to season
Your chance in Millinery
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5M and 650 IMs350
SOO and 950 Hats 500
1700 Pattern Hats 850
1800 Pattqrn Hats 900
WOOL SUITS FIFTY PER
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THE 51 ft WYIES CO
2335 Washington Ave
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REfERENCES
Good Templars Social The Good
Templars Hope Lodge No 2 will give
1 strawberry social tonight at 21S
Washington avenue Good Templars
and their friends are cordially Invited
to attend and enjoy a good time Car
lo es 25th street at 725
Dancing tonight at Sylvan
Kodak FlnlshlngTripp Studio310 25th
Autos Must Show Lights Officer
William Roast detailed to enforce the
speed regulations for automobiles bi
cycles and other conveyances stated
today that the matter of proper lights
showing at 10 oclock includes thp
tall light as well and that the reg
ulation providing for this addition will I
d bo strictly enforced from now on Tho I
police are determined that automobile I
speeding shan be kept within the Jim
its proscribed by law and those ap
prehended violating tho ordinances In
this respect will be prosecuted to tho
limit
The Jolly Crowd Lagoon Tuesday
liine 29 Big Day Retail Merchants
Association via Salt Lake Ogdcn
Railway
Quality Is the wisest economy Al
ways use Lewis good coal Phones 14p
Womans Money I Found iMrs Geo
Crohurst of 2187 Wast street Oakland
arrrved from the east last night and
left for the west this morning leav
lug her pocketbook with QL good sized
roll of cunency in her room at the
Union Depot hotel A little later DC
jiot Master Shields received a telegram
from the conductor calling his atten
tion to the pocketbook and the
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oeplaclc and money were found in the
hotel office where an honest chamber
maid had placed them
It the cheese you eat ate good
thejre B G
FAGS all stees on sale at Utah
Stationery
First of the Elks The advance
guard of eastern Elks en rout to
I r Los Angeles for the national coo1
Msntion will arrive from Yonkers
r New York over the Rio Grande sys
tern next Sunday and continue tothe j
Yellowstone Park on a special train
Returning four days later the tour
lug Elks will continue to the coast
ove the San Pedro route I
6 The Jolly Crowd Lagoon Tuesday
JM Lfi Big Day Retail Merchants
Association via Salt Lake Ogden
Railway
Excursion to the Canyon The bin I
excursion consisting of about 300 em
ployio of the Z C M I or Salt Lake
arrived ia the city Saturday afternoon
over the Bamberger
route and went
at once to O den canyon taking ad
vantage of tho
Ogden
canyon road as I
far as the Peery camp and thence to
I Idlewild other conveyances An
j enjoyable afternoon and evening was
I spent the Salt Lakers being Joined in
I the evening by number of employes
i from Wrights and Burts of this city
jA banquet and ball ended the festlv
I Hies at a late hour and tho visitors
I returned to ZIon loud In their praises
I of the coolness of the canyon and Its
advantages as an Ideal resort on a
f hot day
The Jolly Cr ° wd LagoonTuesday
June 29 Big Day Retail Merchants
j Railway Association via Salt Lake Ogden I
More Crews at Work Western1
freight traffic Is increasing rapidly
I as the season advances and two ad
ditional switching crews and engines
have been put on at Ogden by Yard
master Pierce during the last few
I days This makes ten switch eu
engincs and crews now at work
COAL celebrated Peacock Rock
Springs nut the summer coal John
Farr Phone 27
Garland Visitors Mr and Mrs
J W Lewis of Garland visited Og
den last week
WANTED Dirt at the Fair grounds
Inquire at tho Standard office
Transcontinental Service It Is
now announced that through service
by connecting trains has been es
tablished between San Francisco and
New York City over tho Harriman i
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
and Pennsylvania systems
There will be a meeting of tie Og
den Driving club at Judge Murphys
office City Hall tomonow Tuesday I
evening at 830 p m Business of Im I
portance All horsemen invited
Dont forgot the Ogden Stake Sun I
day school excursion to Lagoon June
28th I
Returned to Nev daEd Boyd has
returned to Wells Nevada after a
short visit at the Conger home
The Jolly Crowd LagoonTuesday
Juno 29 Big Day Retail Merchants
Association via Salt Lake Ogden
Railway
Visiting Relatives Mrs J J Cul
len and children of Wells Nevada
arrived In Ogden Thursday to visit
relatives
NAPKINS AND MJNCH SETS on
sale Utah Stationery Co
Repairing the Shops Master Me
chanic D J Malone is at Montello
on a business trip and will return
Wednesday evening in order to set
the ball roiling at the shops again
Thursday morning
FOR RENT A llroom house fully
furnished with bath eight completo
bedrooms gas range modern laundry
etc 1 12 blocks of Washington on
I 24th St Ideal site for highclass room
I inghouso or large family Gus Wright
I at Wrights Store
Will Meet in LoganThe Utah
I Dental association will meet at Lo
gan July 1 2 and 3 this year and
I i special rates have been gIven mem
bers of the association by the Harri
man and Rio Grande system
FOR SALE 200UO nno large toma
to plants 100000 cabbage plants 300 I
good carnation plants 50c to 100 per
doz Fresh cut carnations 2Cc per
doz Phones Bell S13K lad 3754A
162 W 30th
Railroad Agents George Hawker I
livestock agent and Harry Godwin
traveling passenger agent of the
Oregon Short Line system are both
registered at local railroad headquar
I ters
i Rock Springs Kemmerer Castle
j Gate Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
I From Wells Nevada Mr and Mrs
I J E Smith and children have arriv
ed from Wells Nevada and will
make Ogden their home
AdvcitlBcrs must have their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which the advertise
ment is to appear in order to insure
publication I
Visited Hip Old Home James Cas
ein wife and daughter have returned
hoina from Chicago where they were
present at the exercises in the Uni
versity of Illinois In which Elmer Cas I i
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r sin took part as a graduate In chenv
I Ibtry Mr Gamin while East vlslton
his birthplace Vcrgennes Vermont
four miles from New Haven He left
there In 18C3 and had not been back
In the 46 years I lie found only three
old friends S
S Gone to Their HomesMiss May
I Beuhanon and MBK Eileen Reddy
who have been attending school here
I have returned to their home In Wells
Nevada
Ernst Will PJead July 6 Clarence
Ernst the colored man charged with
the murder of Charles Staples was ar
raigned In the district court this morn
Ing and given until July G to plead to I
the Information filed against him
Alimony Case Attracts Attention
Archie Gale who on Saturday last
was adjudged guilty of contempt in
falling to obey an order of the court
in paying alimony to his divorced wife
I and ordered to jail until said alimony
was paid was taken down to Salt Lake
I this morning by Deputy Sheriff Mur
I phy where habeas corpus proceedings
have been Instituted before the su
I preme court Considerable Interest Is
evinced in the case and the result Is
being watched with close attention
Extreme Heat Alarmed HerMrs
John M Whitton of 2117 Quincy ave
nue Is home from a trio to Boston
and the New England states Mrs
WJhltton intended to remain east with
friends and relatives lor several weeks
but was driven back to Utah and the
mountains by excessive heat along tho
Atlantic coast She says people of
this favored climatic region have lit
tle Idea of the suffering endured by
the people of the east at this season
of the year
Caught Dynamiting Seven arrests
were made near Park City Sunday by
the game wardens Three men who
had been dynamiting Silver Lake and
four boys who had acted as lookouts
I for them wore caught in the act and
jailed The men are Jos Kuuffman
I Chas W Westerlund and Lee Hen
drlckson miners In the DalyWest
mine and the boys are John Johnson
Rodney McKenzie Robert McLaren
and Albert Layson The crime Is a
felony punishable with a state peni
tentiary sentence
J Fishing Without censeC E Jen
sen and Franklin Campion were ar
I rested at the Rio Grande bridge while
I fishing without a license Sunday
They were fined 10 each by Judge
Murphy
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FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION
rates via Oregon Short LAne on sale
July 2 3 1 and Rth Limited return
ing until July Gth To and from all
points within a distance of 300 miles
Ask agents for rates The round trtp I
frm Ogden to Salt Lake City 1JO
Nine trains to and from the Capital
daily X C 2S Iwlc
I MARRIAGES I I
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A marriage license has been issued
to Jacob May and Mrs Pearl Marshall
both residents of Lararaje Wyoming
I BIRTHS 1
To the wife of Alfred T Gibson June
27 fine baby girl
Sunday noon Mrs J J Olsen pre
sented to her husband a fine big boy
Mother and baby doing nicely
NOTICE
On account of te Butchers and
Grocers outing at Lagoon tomorrow
we will be open until 10 oclock Will
make one delivery only which leaves
I store at S80 If you need anything In
the meat line delivered please have
the order in by that time and oblige
RUSSELLJAMBS CO Chicago Mar
ket 181 183 185 24th Street
WEALTHY WOMAN SHOOTS
a HER DELINQUENT HUSBAND
Long Beach Gal June 27Aftel
having waited two days for her hus
band to reconsider his determination
to abandon her and return to his par
ents Mrs Alice Gnimly wife of Rus
sell Gnimly oldest son of a Toronto
Canada millionaire came here last
night called her husband out of his
fathers house and fired a shot at him
from a revplver hidden In her hand
bag
I 6 Mrs Grundy says she was married
I fourteen months ago When she re
fused to furnish funds to her hus
band she says he announced his de
I termination to return to his fathers i
home here She waited two days for I
his return and then maddened by his
desertion came here from Los An
geles She is under arrest
MRS OMARA WINS A
WORLDS RECORD AT AVALON
Avalon Catalina Island Cal June
27Mrs pS OMara of Salt Lake
Utah today won the worlds record
for yellowtail fishing With light
tackle by taking a 33pound yellow
tail with a regulation threesix tackle
She fought the monster fish for two
hours and ten minutes before bring
ing it to gaff Mrs OMara holds the
worlds record for jcwllsh taken with
a ninenine tackle she having won
this record last August
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Our Prices represent
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a nimble
sixpence
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new stock of DUTCHESS
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TROUSERS Good to
business
rather than
a slow wear everywhere
shilling and v
a shopworn jF Priced from 2 to
stock S I2 55 Warranted
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FIREWORKS AT THE FAIg
GROUNDS SUNDAY EVENIN6
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Children and Others Will Be Kept at a Safe Distance N
Intermountain Fair Association in Charge
On next Sunday evening the Inler
Mountain Fair Association will fire off
its long delayed fireworks which the S
rain stopped at the Fair last fall In
a letter just received from Detwiller
Street the leading fireworks manufac I
turers of the world the statement Is
made by them that the fireworks sent I
by them last fall will be just as good
this year or next year as they were 1
the fay thev were shipped from the
office providing they have been kept
dry nnd as the fireworks have been
kept in a drv Condition the public
will witness the greatest display of
fireworks ever seen in Ogden
There will be Roman candles of cv
ery color sky rockets weighing as I
heavy as eight pounds each sending I
all sorts of stars streams of fire pic I
tures etc in the sky There will i
be parachute rockets golden rockets j
and diamond chain rockets There t
will be beautiful floral and other varie
gated effects from the rockets There I
will be batteries dragons nests foun
tains niagara batteries and repeating
bomb shells There will be several
beautiful set nieces And all will he
Inside of the centerfield of the race
track
The people will be kept back on the
racetrack proper and In the gland
stand and around the track twenty
policemen will up on hand to keep the
people and especially the children
from the centalfield The centerfield
is a onehalf mile circle A great many
of the fireworks will be discharged
from a mortar They arc dangerous
things to play with So there will
be twenty policemen to keep the chil
dren back Any child or person enter
ing the centerfield from any side will
be arrested and sent to jail
There will be ten people in charge
of the fireworks and they arc the
only ten people who will be permitted
to jump the fence Into the centerfield
Any one can see the fire works bet
ter from as far away as the grand
stand and the race track enclosure
but there wll be no objections to
people standing1 on the race track I
proper providing they dont Jump the
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second fence I I
The c will he no accidents at the I
I Fair grounds on next Sunday evening I
because tho Fair Association is npt
going to permit anyone inside of the
second or infield racetrack fence I
The fireworks instead of being shot
off the same as last year close to
the grandstand will this year be fired I
from the north side of the centei field I
in order that the people sitting in the I
grandstand maysee the effect of the J
beautiful eight rockets and oth j
er fireworks discharged that go high
up Into the heavens I
The admission is only 25 cents i
for grown people and 10 cents for chil
dren under twelve years The grand
stand will bo free excepting two hun
dred seats onlywhich will be loaon
ed and will be sold for 2f cents each
with a cushion The boxes in front of
the giandstandjrwill also be loservcd
and each sent will be sold for 25 cants
each The reserved seats of the grand
stand must IKJ purchased before Sat
urday cvenlngllnd can be had at the
Standard oflicc
Last fall every time these fireworks
wore announced it mined It is to be
I hoped there will be better success
this year The evening of the Fourth
I will give the pgople an opportunity to
see such fireworks display for 25 cents
for which in the eastern cities 50
cents to lIs charged
DEATUIN ICE AT
WELLMANS
CAMP
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KNUD JOHNSON PERISHES AND
AIRSHIP SHED DESTROYED
Walter Wellman Will Continue His
Northward Journey Until Suc
cess Is Attained
Tromsoe Norway June 27The
steamer Arctic of Walter Wellmans
north pole expedition arrived here to
day from Spitzenbergen with her 1
flags at halfmast bringing the news i
that Knud Johnson one of the to
men who remained at the Wellman
camp this winter had perished in the
pack ice and that the airship shed had j
been destroyed bv a heavy storm I
On May 19 Johnson went with fcls I
fellowwatchman Paul Bjoervig on a j
hunting expedition over the pack Ice
The Ice was moving and Johnson fell
through a crevasse Into the sea I
Bjoervig held out a long stick for
Johnson to grapb but he was uncon
scious Bjoervig then ran back to the
camp and secured a rope but when he
returned Johnsons body had disap
peared
A strong gale from the southwest
sprang up on Christmas day and lasted
for eight days Bjoervig who has
passed many inters in Spilzen bergen
and has been with Mr Wellraan on
every Arctic expedition since ISO
says he has never seen such a fierce
storm as this It reached its climax
on the night of December 25 when It
entirely destroyed tile airship shed
Anticipating he possibility that the
airship house might bo destroyed I
Walter Wollman had sent In tho Arc
tic timber and repairing materials Mr
Wclhnan who is now in command at
the camp reports the work of rebuild I
ing the house has already begun I
If it is found impossible to make
the voyage northward this summer
Mr Wellman declares he will continue
as long as it is necessary to attain
success
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SUIT FILED AGAINST COPPER
QUEEN MINING COMPANY
El Paso Tex June 2iSuit lias
been filed at Tombstone Ariz against
the Copper Queen Mining company of
Arizona by Dr Thomas Winders of
San Francisco administrator of the
estate of his father R J Winders for
1250000 onefourth of the estimated
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fourth interest in time mlno Itself as S
dup to the Winder heirs I
The c mpl alleges that his father
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signed a deed although his wife deed
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from whom the present company ac
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RACE TOUTS
DELAYED A
TRAIN
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REQUIRED FOUR HOURS TO DRIVE
THEM OFF
Railroad Special Officers Held Up the
Race Special Which Went North
Sunday Night
iA special train of thirtyeight cars
of racing stock for the Butte track
meeting left Salt Lake City at 4 o
clock Sunday afternoon and was held
up at Woods Cross for two hours by
Special Agent Joe Jones and his staff
of railroad secret service men in or
der to weed out and ditch a horde
of racing touts and track crooks and
followers who were beating their way
to Montana on the train Every car
In the train was inspected and 1SI
in fares was collected from those
who wore not entitled to transportation
with the different racing stables rep
resented on the train
Some of the track bums endeavor
cd to bluff Special Agent Jones and
the members of his staff and various
threats of gun plays wore made but
these were promptly called by secret
service men and the Deadhead tourists
were forced to yield up the price or
get off the train
As a result of this inspection the
special train did not arrive at Ogden
until nearly 8 oclock last night and
the train was closely guarded until it
pulled out for the north a little later
AGED MAN FROM HOOPER
IS SERIOUS Y INJURED
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Emery Souls aged 75 years and a
resident of Hooper mot with a most
j unfortunate accident Saturday after
J noon by falling Into the excavation for
a basement at the Bite of the Weather
by meat market on Washington ave
nue sustaining two fractured limbs
and various onuses about the head
and body
I The old gentleman had been exper
iencing tiQubic with one of his eyes
and was on his way for treatment by
an occulist when he fell headlong in
to the excavation a distance of about
six feet
Mr Souls was immediately removed
to the hospital where itwaH found
that he had sustained a fracture of ths
right arm between the elbow and
shoulder a fracture of the left leg
below the knee besides other bruises
about the body
The physician attending him stated
today that his patient was doing fairly
well considering his extreme age and
the seriousness of the accident
GERMANIA WINS IN
BIG SCHOONER RACE
Kiel June 27rrhe big schooner
race was the event of interest in to
days regetta the weather was fine
but there was scarcely any wind The
S Gormanla owned by Lieut Krupp von
I Bohlcn and Haldach won easily fin
I ishing ten minutes before the Ham
burg which was sailed by Tietjens
The Hamburg was thirty minutes I
ahead of the Meteor the emperors
yacht on which the emperor had as
his guests the American ambassador
David Jayne Hill Allison B Armour
and Commander Bitzman the German
naval attache at Washington
DOCTOR KNEW
Had Tried It Himself
Tho doctor who has tried Postum
knows that it is an easy certain and
pleasant way out of the coffee habit
and all of the nils following and he
I proscribes It for his patients as did a
physician of Prosportown N J
I One of his patients says
S During the summer just past I suf
fered terribly with a heavy feeling at
tire pit of my stomach and dizzy feel
ings m my head and then a blindness
would come over my eyes so l would
have to sit down I would get so ner
AOUS I could hardly control my feel
ings
Finally I spoke to our family phy
sician about It and he asked if r drank
much coffee and mother told him that
I did He told mo to immediatclv stop
drinking coffee and drink Posttim in
its place as ho and his family had used
Postum and found it powerful re
builder as delicious food drink
fiT hesitated for a time disliking tho
idea of having to give up my coffee I
but finally I got a package and found
it to be all the doctor said
Since drinking Postum in place
of coffee my dizziness blindness and
nervousness are all gone ray bowels
aro regular and I am again well and
strong That Is a short statement of j
what Postum has done for me I p
Look in pkgs for the famous litllo
book The Road to Woliville
Theres a Reason
Ever road the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
are genuine tnic apd full of human
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1 Announcement I
Beginning tomorrow and
continuing through the re fl
I mainder of this month also I
I July we will continue our L
ilnl June Sale Prices on knit
S underwear parasols on a
number of items in the silk
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special numbers on the w
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LOCAL FORCE
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REDUCED
FOREST SERVICE HEADQUAR
TERS SUFFERS CURTAILMENT
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Fiscal Agent Making Sweeping
Changes by Cutting Down Office
Force and Adding to Field Service
Tho Forest Service IB making
sweeping changes in the distribution
of Its employos in aa effort to elim
inate red tape and reduce the oper
ating expenses to a minimum ap
plying a greater portion of tho an
nual appropriation in field work
where In reality it is considered
rightfully to belong
Fiscal Agent H H Cramer of
I Washington D C arrived In the
city today for a series of conferences
with the officers of tho district forest
service for tho purpose of extending
tile policy of operatingexpeupo reduc
tion to the local field r
The local office has already given
up six of Its rooms on the fourth i
floor of the First National Bank build I
ing and the entire force is now quar
tered upon the fifth floor
I The new policy is not considered I
one of retrenchment but Is Intended
to eliminate red tape wherever
possible There has been no reduc j
tktfi in the amount of the annual ap
propriation but as a greater amount
was not secured from congress as
I anticipated has been deemed Im
portant that loss be expended for
operating expenses in the way of
I clerical help etc and that more be
spnt for supplying an adequate
force of supervisors rangers and
litefighters in the field
This policy is following the idea
expressed by President Roosevelt
before his term of office expired and
the changes are being made In the
department at Washington as well as I
in all the district offices in the west I
CASE FAILS TO COME
BEFORE POLICE COURT
The police court grind was a brief
one today only a few drunks and
rags being acted upon
Harry May a waiter was charged
with vagrancy it being suspected that
he is an undesirable citizen from cer
tain rumors regarding the nature of
his livelihood The defendant pleaded I
not guilty and explained to the court
that he was a waiter by trade and he I
asserted that he had always support
ed himself by noncsL labor He ad
mitted that le had followed the
nonies more or less at times but
said that it was his own hardearned
cash that he used in playing the
game which was any mans privilege
The court failed to unearth any
thing decidedly against the mans
character and decided to give him a
suspended sentenco of ninety days
with instructions to go to work at
once or get out of the city
A charge or speeding an automo
bile across the interSection of a
street preferred again William John
son was mysteriously withdrawn be
fore the convening of Court and noth
ing regarding the incidents leading up
to the arrest could be learned
Frank Barker forfeited 5 on a
charge of drunkenness by not appear
ing In court I
Louis Lourtz and James McCarty
were fined fi each for drunkenness
and George A Miller drew a tenspot
for admitting that he was guilty of
vagrancy
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A complaint was filed charging Jo
I soph Hogge of Vest Weber with fish
ing without a license but tile case
was postponed as was also the case
I of assault preferred against John Doe
a Greek accused of striking Apgelo
and Jessie Farino
MINISTERS PAID TO BE GOOD
LAYMEN GOOD FOR NOTHING
Portland Ore June 27 Ministers
are paid to be good laymen are sup
posed to be good for nothing
When the Baptist denomination be
comes thoroughly united th world
will sit up and take notice I
The Baptists arc true blue the
Methodists fiery red Episcopalians I
royal purple and Quakers sombre
gray S
Those passng are fiom the address I
of Rev I E Bill of Chicago on The
Heritage of Baptist Young Peapje at
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I the First Baptist church during the
young peoples meeting held this af
ternoon in connection with the north
ern Baptist convention The session
was under Rev George Webb of Phila
S dolphia who outlined the plans for thn
work of the Baptist young peoples
society for the ensuing year No SCS
slons of the convention were held to
day The convention tomorrow will
consider the relations betwoen Hi
Baptist societies and the convention
BURNED TO DEATH IN
WALLACE IDAHO FIRE
Wallace Ida Juno 2SFire bplf
ed to be of incendiary origin earls o
day destroyed Western Hotel and a
frame building adjoining Oscar An
derson a cripple who acted as porter S
was overcome by smoke and was SS
burned to death Many Inmates
Q su S
ed themselves by jumping from tho
windows One woman broke her leg
Loss small
EASTERN
CITIES
H WARMI
Men Go Insane From
the Effect of the
Heat
New York June 8T0 deaths
from the heat were reported in this
city today An East Side blacksmith
went suddenly insane while at work
and workmen had a desperate strug
gle with him before he was ovei power
ed The thermometer today did not
Indicate the extreme touched last
week
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Chicago June 28Four deaths su
perinduced by the heat were reports
to the police today There were nu
I merous cases of prostrations Call
Summers became demented under the
I exposure to tire Hun and jumped into
I the lake He was rescued but die
S later
Philadelphia June 2SWith tho
humidity at the highest point since
the beginning of the hot spell tins
city today Is still In the grasp of In
I tensely uncomfortable weather At 1
p m tho teniporaturo was 85 degrees
There were man prostrations
FINANCIAL REVIEW OF
THE PAST WEEK 1
I
New York June 27The stock mar
ket last week got an effectiveshakln I
up The secondary effect of the break
was shown later in the week ii the
effective rally to a level rather above 5
that at which the preceding week end I
ed The whole episode represented
rather a clearing up of ac 1
counts than the effect of ally silent I
I factor in the course of events effecttoS
values The result nevertheless was
to cause the unsettlement of specula
tlvo sentiment usual In such condi
tlons and which finds expression b
the varying views among professional
operators as to the healthfulnesS of
the reaction or its significance as
marking the culmination of an upward
movement Meantime many of the
more powerful forces in the market
I had retired for a period for an oppor
trinIty to enjoy summer vacations and
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foreign travel Such an effect
apart from tho purely financial consul III
eratlon governing1 a market Is to ui
I reckoned with In estimating its action
It may be taken as a presage of a coni
ling period of abstention from market
operations Fears for the stability of
I prices at the high level to which theY
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had been pushed was an clement
this dissatisfaction
On fie side of the money situation
the persistent oastjj > f interest rate In
face of every requlrjment and ilcniani
forms a factor calculated to sustJW
the tock speculation The July so f
tlonients will be heavy and the PS l
ing surplus reserve of the New Y ° fl >
hanks is not large
Large sums estimated as high 3 r
100000000 have been borrowe
abroad and the active demand for cv
change In connection with the Lomloll
stock markot settlements shows U at
of heM In
largo amounts stock are
London for New York account ban
uSeCk both 0
wont out during Ute wt
South America and Europe
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