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asking questions Prices 50c
and 100 Under age of 15
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horse hon > all others
will appreciate
our hay and raln
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DEALER IN HAY GRAIN AND
BOX MATERIALS
352 Twentyfcurth Street
CHICAGO HOUSE
FURNISHED ROOMS BY THE
DAY WEEK OR
MONTH
330 2lth Street OGDEN UTAH
P Ic
m Qgden Turf Exchange
Pools Sold on Salt Lake I
I Races
ill OVER VIENNA CAFE
iJI9III
Danderine TrQrltlmondcrE Itproducco
nalr Just as surtly as ruin
and sunsliluo raises crops It produces a tblclr
jrowHi of luxuriant hair when oil ntbor reme I
dies fall Wo ruarnnteo Danderlne All drug
plsls soil It 2Sf Me and Si por bottiC To I
prOTe Its worth tend tills ad with lOc In stmnpj
j or silver and wo whh mall you a larRO fie I I
ep1 OWLfoDU DEHINE CO
Chicago Ill
FINISHING TOUCHES BEING
PLACED ON HARRIMAN HOME
New York Aug 11When JE II
harriman returns from Europe next
month it will be to occupy one of the
finest country residences In America
Tuf finishing touches are being placed
t on the house which stands on Tower
t Hill near Arden LV1 From this el i
vatlon of 900 feet signals were flash
ed during colonial and revolutionary
days of the approach of the enemy
Mr Harriman has constructed a siono
mansion costing more than 100000 on
the summit of this hill and overlook
ing a remarkable landscape which in
cludes a beauilfhl lake and several
rivers
As Mr Harriman desires privacy
lIe has purchased the surrounding
roads so that strangers cannot ap
J pioach nearer than five miles to the
house tHliout pennisgion Besides
other no cities the house includes a
large open all swimming pool
SHARK WEIGHING 1000
POUNDS IS CAUGHT
New York Aug lLA shark of the
elephant species said to be tho larg
e t ovor caught along the Jersey coast
ih on exhibition today in a Long
Branch shop H is 72 feet long and
weighs 1000 jiouuds It was captured
off Long Branch by a fishing crew
after a vicious battle The shark
which Is of the man eating variety and
with a reputation for combntlveness
was feasting In a school of mackerel
when the fisherman speared him For
a half hour tho monster lowed tho
fishermens boat around the ocean be
fore ho was subdued with hooks and
prongs The presence of the shark
has Intimidated many of the bathers
along the Jersey coast who fear that
It may be the forerunner of many
others
PRUSSIAN MINISTER OF
WAR RETIRES FROM OFFICE
Berlin Aug 11General von ISinam
tlin Prussian minister of war retired
from office today He willat onro take
up his new duties as commander of
tilt FI > lIlh army corps i
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YOUR GROCER
offer you another flour if he lo
carrying
PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR
In atockl
If he Isnt ask him to got it for you
brcaiiKo no other Hour will lvo you
tho steady satisfaction to ho obtained I
from every aackof
Pceryo Crescent Flour cold
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I STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 5Q
Bell Phone two ring No 06
BUSINESS OFFICE
1 Ind Phone one rlngrNo 50
Bell Phone ono ringNo Gel
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RANDOMs
I RrElfERftNS
iII Makes Permanent Home in Ogden
II William Pugh of Norrlstowu Penn
has taken up his permanent residence
In Ogden lie will be connected with
the Ogden Business college as aBsisl
anl manager
ag STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building if you need any
room corrsult John Scowcrofl Sons
Company
Appointed Guardian Yesterday
Judge J A llowell appointed Mr
Charles W Mlddleton as guardian to
William G Leavili a minor
Idlewlld Is novr Open under new
management
Granted Divorce Esther OGormun
was granted a divorce from Harry
OGorman in tho second district court
yesterday Mrs OGormon based her
complaint on cruelty and failure to
provide anti received a divorce Ion
dollars cost of court and fifty dol
lars attorneys fees The decree be
comes valid six months after date
For wedding decorations Van dor
Schuit Floral Co
Illegally Imprisoned Claiming that
her son HasKIll Merrlck was arrested
without a warrant and while in peace
and has been illegally imprisoned at
the State Industrial Vchool by Supt
II H Thomas Mrs Mnttle Merdck
has asked Judge Howe1 to liberate
hllll
Ice Cream Cones at Wrights Candy
Department 5c
Auto Crashes Into WagonThere
was an auto accident at Mound Fort
last night of which little can bo
I
learned It is rumored thai a farmer
living north of Ogden was driving i
home about nine oclock in a light
spring wagon filled with empty boxes
An auto apProached from the rear and
here were no lights on the machine
Not seeing or hearing the wagon in
front of them they ran into it knock
Ing the driver from his seal and
wrenching his leg very badly Tun
horse was slopped before it had gone
far The names of the driver of the
wagon and of the occupants of the
auto were not learned
Buy KotlaKa nna Supplies from The
Trlpp Studio 310 25th Su
Appointments Governor William
Spry appointed Edward B Reed of
Fruit Wednesday as another dele
gate to the Irrigation Congress which
will be held this month at Spokane
Washington John T Cainos name
was added yesterday to the list of
delegates to the Trans Usslsslpll
Commercial congress which will be
held shortly in Denver
EZMoney K nYiOheyto loan on
any good real estate Geo J Kelly
Praises OgdenJ S Robins of
Toledo Ohio Is spending a few days
In Ogden with his niece Mrs G W
Trill Mr Robins is enjoying the
visit here very much and is loud
in his praises of Ogden and the west
Hess Bread is made In a cean shop
All doughs ere mixed by machlnory
Mrs D C Dora who was very ill
for some lime Past is reported much
improved
Miss Ellen Thomas to Accompany
CholrlIss Ellen Thomas of Ogden
has been given the distinction of ap
pealing with the Salt Lake choir at
the entertainment to be given the vet
eran soldiers at the Tabernacle this
evening She will appear as one of
et
the leading soloists Miss Thomas
will accompany the choir to the Ala
kanAukon exposition Sho Is a talented
ke
ented singer and a vocal music teach
er of considerable note
EXCURSION VIA O S L TO
Hutle ML Aug II loth 1590 round
trip Tickets good to return until
August 31st
MINISTER IS RUN OVER
BY A TWOSEATED SURREY
Washington Aug 11Refusing to
be taken to the hospital although per
haps fatally Injm ed until promise was
made him that the persons who In
j ured him would nol be arrostml Rev
William P Jacobs mi Episcopal min
ister aged sixty years of Clinton S
C put the golden rule of life which
he has upheld and practIced for many
years into use The minister was on
a sightseeing trip and was run o r
on Pennsylvania aVntC last night by
a oscafcd surrey
ido not want the driver prosecut
ed he said as I know It was not
his fault
Despite the promise of the police J
to the Injured man however the cliiv I I
cr was arrested
MRS LEEDS IGNORED IN j
HER GRANDFATHERS WILL
Cleveland August 1OMis Nonnio
Stewart Leeds widow of Win B
Leeds the late railway and tin plain
magnate 15 left nothing by the lermb
Of the will of hergrundfather William
FL Stewart which was filed for pro
bale here yesterday
Mr Sl wllrt a prominent railway
man iHoi three weeks ago leaving a
ftrges fHle Xo rcnxon for ixnorin
Mis Leeds Is given in the will All
of Mr Stewarts property is left to
hlJS daughlors and their children
1 MiB Leeds is in Londou She Vlag
introduced into Londou society by
Lady Arthur Pagel Her fortune is
repoitcd to amount to 30000000
UNIDENTIFIED YOUNG
WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH
Toronto Allg11An imldontifiod
young woman was burned to ilea ii
another perhaps fatally burned and
property damage of 500000 was onus
cd hi a fire that swept through Han
Ions Island an amusement resort two
miles across lie bay from Toronto
yesterday afternoon
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTa I 1
VETERANS ACCOMPANED
BY CkOWESFROL 06DEN
Four Special Trains Loaded Down With Sightseers Leave Before
830 A TlLTrain of Fourteen Cars Arrives From the North
OldSoldiers March to the Tr inAll Inspir
> 1 t ing Scene at Depot f
I t r
I Wllh the national colors fluttering
In the breeze and keeping clcp to
strains of martial music rendered by
the Auditorium band mourners of the
DixLcgdii jK > sl of lie Gi A R Ladles
of the G A R the Womens Relief
Corps and a number of others formed
a parade al the City Hall square at 7
oclock thIs morning and marched lo
tho Union Depot wheVe trains were
taken for Salt Lako r
Although nearly half a century has
passed and gone since the stirring days
of i1 when the country was being
ushered Into four JellS of as bloody
and desperate a conflict as can DC
fo in the annals of history and
al of tho veterans of tho great ciVil
war are now past the meridian of life
there was a light in their eyes as they
fo In perhaps the last G A IL
P e recalling the days of Shiloh
Missionary Ridge Seven Pines Bull
Run and tho other bloody battles of
Ihe war
While many are mnlmod and cnn
pled and Urn has placed Its seal upon
I all their steps while not quite so firm
a s in the olden das tverc just aij
steady when drosscd In their blue uni
forms they mm died to the depot
It had been announced that there
would be a special train leaIng on
Ihe Oregon Short Line for Salt Lake
which would ho occupIed by the vet
erans and the auxiliary associations
Mnny supposed that this train would
be sufficient to care for all who went
to Salt Lake during the day But t
w hen the crowds began to gather at
th e depot it soon became apparent I
that additional provisions must be
made or some of the pitrlollc ones
would not reach he capital city to
witness the big parrde Accordingly
throe other extra traIns wore ordered
out and tho cars of each were crowd
ed lo the platfoms
Drpot Master Shields said that lie j
number of people who were handled
b y the railroads from Ogden to Sail
Lake will exceed 3000 before the close 1
of the day
The first train to leave the city pull
ed out from the station over the Short
Line at 715 a m with eleven coaches
This traIn wns occupied by the Dlx I
L gan poet the auxiliary associations I
and others who had been Invited to
accompany them to Salt Lake The i
next train over the Short Line lofc I
at S oclock with twelve coaches An
other left at SJ5 and the fourth at t
Sn0 Tho last two trains were made
> ij > of eight and seven coaches respec
tively and were also crowded
No 4 a through train on the Short
Line arrived In Ogden late with sev
enteen cars most ot which were well
filled when Ogden was reached It left
the station at 010 a m
No6 tho local to Salt Lake which
lefl at 910 was also crowded
Owing to the delay of many of the
Rio Grande passenger trains during
the nasl few days no special trains
warP sent out from Ogden on this
line the bulk of the traffic being han I
dled by the Oregon Short Line and tho
Salt Lake Ogden railroads
Tho four special trains which loft
for Salt Lake today wllj be sent out
from Salt Lake lo Ogden this evening
after the parade beginning al S
clock
I
The members of the DIxLogaji post
who are to take part Iff the parade I
today aro j
Allen James XV private A Slh Illi
nois Infantry I
Bond Henry M corporalsergeant
C 14th Kentucky Infantry A Vet i
14th Infantry i
Boatwright W W farrier F 1st
Nevada Cavalry I
Ball B F corporal I 73rd Indiana1
Infantry j
Borcman Jacob S Missouri Stale
Militia i
Bostaph William M 1st lieutenant I
F 103d Pennsylvania Infantry
Breeden M A sergeant F 145th
Illinois Infanlry
Brown W H lieulenanllllh Ohio
Cavalry I
n n L T LL
IJUllUlllVIU lUllkUII IHJtUlU IX ilLll i
Indiana Infantry i
Ballard John W prlvatcA Kan
sas cavalry
Cake WlllIamjt C
Grossman William W US Marino I
Corps I I
Cowles Henry private A 12d Penn
s sylvan Infantry
Cole Ben ton private K 16th In
diana Infantry
Condon Amasa S corporal E Gth
Maine Infantry I
Cortcz John J seaman Montgom
ery v
ryClark
Clark Thomas J corporal 2 lib
Ohio Infantry I
Clark Elmer J private K IGlh
Wisconsin Cavalry
Collins William S private B 35lhl
Ohin Infantry J I
Dial loha A private M llth Kan J
sas Cavalry
Dennis Joseph private C Gth Mich I
igan Infantry h
Davenport Joel II cojjnoral I 7th J
Iowa Cavalry t l
JClilrldge Henry W jtrhao G 3rd < j
New York Cavalry < j
j h
Elton Hortcnse private B 17lh I
Illinois Infanlry 1 j
Gardiner Arthur private A G7th
unio mianiry
Gowner L sorgcftnt B 2th Xew
York Infantry v
Grant J A1 private D lOtlr Indiana
Infantry r < I
Graves 01 private H42il OhloInj
fantry
Gray John private D IK Colorado
Cavalr >
Ham John private G 12th Maim
nulaulskl E T captain 1st N V
Marines 21 Illinois Aitlllcry 12th U
S Ay
L
Henderson J E engineer Maine
Halncs Benjamin private I Oth
Kansas
Hendershot F J private F S2d
Ohio Infantrj
Harris J M private U nth Ohio
Cavalry
Howard M H private G 29th
Massachusetts and I 61th Alassa
chusotts Infantry
Hodge G F sergeant I 4th Mich
igan Cavalry
Hodges 0 W private A Michigan
I Cavalry
Irwin Edward private B 22d Iowa
I Infantry
Ives Norman H private H 37th Illi
nois Infantry
Jacobs Spencer private B tat Ohio
Artillery I r 1
Kelly A W private F Sth Illinois
Infantry
I Lepper Andrew L private A 13th
Michigan Cavalry j >
Lashus George W 031 Maine
Livingstone Silas sergeant E 17th
Illinois Infantry
Linsloy Edward prIvate 1 IGth
Iowa Infantry
I Luudy Tom 13th Illinois Cavalry
Mollenry William private B 1st
I Missouri Infnntr
I IcGIIID C private A 32d New
York Jnfautry
I Nelson John V cbrporal 5th Wis I I
consin Light Artillery
I Neighbor E G private C 10th Pcen
j aylvania Reserves
I OHarnett C H sergeant M Ifith
Illinois Cavalry
OConnor Martin private gJth
Iowa Cavairj
Otf J W private 12Stb Pennsyl 1
vania Infantry
Pelrce W N private F 2Slh Con I
necticut Infantry
Powers H J private H 17th Iowa
Infantry
Quinland Daniel private C 13th
United Stales Infantry
Richardson William private H
loth Kansas Infantry
Rankln Joseph P private G 63d
Pennsylvania Infantry
Reno A C private A 7th Kansas
Infantry I
Russell William L private C Ith
West Virginia Cavalry
Rlchardn William M sergeant D I
ISth United States Infantry
Rector John private K 50th lu
diana Infantry <
SIllI hers W R private B Sth In
diana Cavalry c
Stephens Lloyd B major F 2d I
West Virginia Cavalry J I II
Snyder Henry T sergeant D 4th
Iowa Infantry I
Steele Henry B private F 5th
West VIrglaa Infantry I
Short Temple private F 5Sth
Pennsylvania Infantry
Schoonmaker Andrew private II
Gth Illinois Infantry
Strain G M private F SJml In I
diana Infantry
Stoddard John private I 73d In
diana Infantry
I
Stevenson Thomas J sergeant Q
22ndIllinois Infantry >
Stanley B private G 12th Maine
Turk E H private B 17th ioWa
Infantry I
an Patton A Iriavte A Glth New
York Infantry I
Vogel George W private C 25tba4
U7th Ohio Infantry
Vallereux F G private C 1st Illi
nois Artillery
White Norton sergeant A Omaha
Wear James A sergeant 1st West
Virginia
i
Wardlefgh Henry C Bugler H j
2d California Cavalry i
Wells It A 2d lieutenant 13 1st I
Vermont Infantry 1 1
Weaver Francis private B 9th
Iowa Infantry i i
Williams Delos private B 5th Iowa
Infantry
White A M pnvale B 2d Nebias I
kn Infnnl rv
Worden Samuel P 1st Hautenant
K S7th Ohio Infantry
Wright Norman private I 91st
Pennsylvania Infantry
Tho Master Horscshoers and Black
smiths association will hold their an
nual outing to Lagoon next Saturday
These shops will cl ° sq all day n
JAMDS DUNE Pres
BIN JANSEN Sec >
KILLS HIS OLD ENEMY
AND THEN SUICIDES
Mlddletown Is Yt Aug lJJamcs
McSorley who completed a prison
sentence a few dnys ago came here
yesterday to IHlunre matters wIth Dan
iel E Fenton a hotel proprietor whom
he believed responsible for his rOil
A let Ion Both McSoiley and Fenton I
are now dead
McSorley met I > nnn on n crowd
ed street corner Without even with
drawing his pistol hand from tho pock I
ot in which he clutched the wonp > n
hp fired throe shots Then seeing lint
his old enemy was done for he lirc1 i
two bullets into his brain and died j
in the street
CHARGES OF SMUGGLING
ARE BEING INVESTIGATED
HonoluluUS I i Sensational
Charges smuggling implicating offi
cers and members of the cruiser St
Louis crow whIch arrived from Sa
moaa ff > wdavsago ar bolus in VPS I
ticntod by Collector of the IWt E K
I
StackiblP und United ° fitp Oltrirt
Attorney Robert W Biockon It Is
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T J > L C
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reported that many arrests arc Im
nj1nnt
JtJ U reported that a I considerable
flafttUy ot Samoan tapa cloth on
which there is a heavy duly was
I smuggled ashore after tho Cruisers ar
rival and Jlspsod offiIJpqg the Blujps
in his city wljere It wa discovered
I ly thc authorities
TAKE A TRIP TO OGDEN CANYON
A MOST BEAUTIFUL RIDE
Cars ieave Union Depot at C20 a
m and excrv 10 minute thereafter
until 1100 a in and thon every 20
mlnulesuntll 1020 p m lci two cars
leaving Hermitage at 1J p m and
1110 p in
Tickets on sale at tho following
places C
Carrs Drug Store v J
Caves Drug St rocn t
Depot Drug Store
Browns Drug Store
Oulloy Drug Stoic p
I Badconjs Drug Store
I Hcmmenway Moser Cigar Store
Ogden Canyon Autos connect with
every car Round trip from Hemil
ago to Idlewild and the Oaks Twenty
I five Cents
I First Auto leaves Oaks and Idle
I wild at 720 a m and last 11 p m
J
I connecting with each car at Hermit
I age
JOiJNSON WILL I
1 FiJWFRI
1 Chicdgo Aug 11rnclcJohl1sl1l to
day signed artIcles to fight Jimes J
J t
iTrics
Tho fight is to take place within
eight months before the dub offering
tho best nulucrmcnts LII bidK for
tc fighrTre be in inside of sixty
day i r
daySam
Sam Rorger manager for Jeffries
George Little Johnsons manager nut
nck Johnson were present when the
articles were slgnctl
Little however had nothing 10 do
v hit Inc arrangement the terms for
the big fight lie having tumud the
whole affair over to Johnson ToS
tScle8 prepared by JefTrleg wore glv
CD Johnson by Bcrgor After careful
II perusing the paper Johnson hand
ed them back to Berg r remarkins
that they were not at all satisfactory
to him He declared he was ready to
sign agreements hut > lic wanted tu
sign an agreement Vfighui He then i
outlined what he considered would be I
a satisfactory arrangement I
A discussion followed and for a time
It looked as If the meeting would he I
without results Berger objected to
any mention of the purse In the ar I
ticles but he finally yielded this point
Johnson was as equally insistent on
the omission of all reference to Jef I
fries as the heavyweight champion of 1
the world declaring his position on
this point was Irrevocable He finally I
won out and all reference to the sub
ject was omitted The agreement
reads I
Form of agreement efetsrcd into
this tho eleventh day of August 1909 I
between Jack Johnson of Galvestsii I
Texas and James J Jeffries of Los I
Angeles CaJ
It is agreed between these men
mutually tbt they shall box a cer
tain number of rounds the same to
be anymore frQm 20 to 100 for the
heav weight championship of the
wend
Contest to be hold before the club i
offering the best Inducements and I
mutually agreed ujxjn by the contest j
ants
The division of such purse shall be I
on abasis of either GO percent and
40 per cent to winner and loser re I
spectlVely or S5 per cent and 25 per
cent or winner may He permitted 1 r
take lie entire amount The decision I
in thlg matter to rest with James J
Jeffries
Thd sum of five thousand dollars
each Is to be pp8lod with Charles A I
Conilskoy1 Chicago as guarantee
of good faith and the fulfillment by
each side of the terms of this agree I
ment Said money to bo posted within i
72 hours ItIs further agreed that the
above named five thousand dollars I
shall operate as a side bet for each i
I
contestant
It ht further agreed that the club
be decided on mutually within 60 days
from date at which time all further
details will be mutually agreed upon
The light will take place within
eight months from the slnln of ar i I
ticles
I
i Signed Jack Johnson
Sam Berger for James J Jeffries j
t BUSINESS DISTRICT
REWSTi BURNED
Spokane Aug LA fire of un
known origin starling in an unoccu
pied aiore early today wiped out the
i entire busiues section of Brewster on
the Columbia river sily miles above
Wenatchpo entailing an estimated I
loss of 00000 For a lime the entiio
town was threatened bill residents of
tile town flnulli managed to gel the
fire under conlroj aflor a fight lasting
I four hours
I About half the loss Is covered by In
suranco Work on Iho rebuilding of
I the burned district will be started at
I j OI1CQ r I
TWENTYONE SKELETONS f
UNEARTHED IN TEXAS
Anderson Tex Aug 11 Twenty f
lone skeletons were unearthed nat
Piedmont In an excavation made by I
thc Honsion Texas Contral railway
oslorday I
i Eleven others wore found a month
ago in the samo place It is bollwv
cd the v aiv the bones of Spaniaids
killed In a haltle with nhorlginles 1
I while on a hunting expedition t
I CLOUDBURST STRIKES I
I MONTEREY MEXICO
I i
MonlercyMexico Aug 11 A cloud I
I burst IrfBt night < I rill this city and I
the canyon of the Santa Catarlnas I
C r > o
ft
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Jeg A BOHNET
or t
BIBLE LECTURER
I OP BROOKLYN N Yt
I
I h Will Deliver Two Lectures
I THURSDAY AUGUST 12 at S P TiT
s Wrhe Wise and Foolish Virgins
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PPJDAY AUGUST 13 at 8 P M I
SiibjettTIie Great Pyramids of Egypt
I FEiRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH I
I Adams Avenue Near Cor 25th St ffJ
Seats Free No Collection Undenominational t
I L 4 L
III kttcaUR I < I 1
river to the routlnvaril The rtrcam
overflowed completely flooding the
southern portion of tile city causing
great loss of properly nnd probable
I loss of life Pour and threetenths
Inches of rain fell
Tho precipitation was general over
northern Mexico
SERG TODD Js CALLED
CContinued From Page One
i
shortly aftor her others death was
much better than was Lieutenant Ad
ama collection on the same points
I In his testimony as to what was
sail luring this six hours interview
I the words 1 do not remember ire
j quenlly recuned
i Mrs Parker was positive regarding
what was said and done It was no
i iiccabjo J from htf teBjJmojiy that
I
whether > not Adams and Sudon
I were friends J damsj am Mrs Park
I or parted most amicably after a little
j dinnet pirty JUr JJIrnpy cgujise for
I Lieutenant Adams did not press Mrs
I Parker to any extent on cross ex
amination This feature ati a ilf
I tlnct disappointment and Mrs Parker
expressfcdhonielf afterwards as hay
I ing been one of the most keenly Ills
appointed She said she had expected
j lo be able V say a great many things
Ito Mr Birnoy that her own counsel
I could npt bring ouuon direct examina
tion
t 4 r
Col Dayen cpmmandant marines
Lieutcnanl Willing and Licutenan
Adams again took tho stand Adams
was mercilessly grilled by Mr Davis
conuscl for Mrs Sulton He was
made to lie on the big table about
which the court sits and pantomluo
the firing of the fatal shot
r In his demonslratlon He used an
Unloaded service revolver rd as ho
Illustrated it Ihe bullet must have
entered Suttons head al a different
point and fiorn a different direction
than was Indicated by Surgeons Cook
nnd Pickrell As Adams pointed the
weapon tha ball yould Jn fill prob
ability hiae come out of SiUlons fore
head from the back of his head Sur
geon Cook testified thai ttye course
of the bullet was dowuward fjrid hack
ward
warAdams
Adams was plainly irritated by Mr
DaIs questioning
Sergeant Major Hulburt testified
that Private Kennedy who testIfied at
the present inquiry contradicting some
of the marine officers involved in the
case had a good record He did not
knOf Kennedys rdputatlou for truth
fulness hut he would believe ani
statement he might make under oath
To Mr BIrney tlhe wiUi ss safd lie
understood that the raep generally i
thought Kennedy bugs more or less i
Lieutenant Willing was recalled anti
said the cartridges taken from Lieu i
tenant Suttons revolvers were taken
apart by order of the board of In
quiry in order to decide from which
revolver th sei vice weapon or his
OWQ JLhe JmlleL that killed Lieutenant
Sutton was fired
CASE AGAINST HELEN
SPENCER IS DISMISSED f
New YorkAug nThat an injus I I
lice has been done Mrs Helen Spen
cer recently arrested In Ecuador and
charged with having engaged In
white slavetiafflc for the Panama
icanal zone was admitted in court
here today when thcr Indictment
against her was dismissed by Judge
Ross The action was taken on the
recommendation of the district attor
neys office The recommendation I
was submitted in writing and reads I
I Since this case was placed on the
calendar of the courts hcrefor trial I
I the girls who are the chief witnesses
have admitted to the district attorney j
that their testimony has been false In
I essential particulars From their I
I present statements it appears that
I the defendant did not commit the
crime charged herein Ibe dismissal I
of the indictment is recommended
SOME CHANGES IN
TAFTS ITINERARY
1 f I
Beverly Mass Aug IPresident
Taft started at the country club today
determined towipe out the defeat ho
and John Hays Hammond suffered last
Monday at the hands of General Adel
art Ames and W 1 Boardman of i
Vii9hliigU The PfI1 ldeu t yesterday
beat Hrynmond < > ver the eighteenhole
I
course
J As a result of a conference today i
some changes have boon made in the
present schedule and It Js learned he
canremain longpr in Los Angelas ftiul I
can reach Grand Canyon In time to
spend an entire day there The Pros
Idol therefore will spend October 11
and 12 In Los Angeles leaving that I
city the morning of October 1C
Mr Taft will visit his sister in Loa
Angeles which accounts for the longer I
stop he will mako there than at some j
other coast cities j
I I
STRIKING FOREIGNERS i 1
ARE UNIJSUALLY ACTIVE
Plttshurg Aug llThe striking
foiLigners at McKoes Rocks wore un
usually active today in patrolling the
entrance to the Pressed Stool Car
I
company plant Police roseive were I
TheV I
DetnCSlnd
I for Gas
J Is steadily morofisiiiK Those
who have installed gas ranges
are profuse in their praise OK
den mso n Uecoino
soon oiiie a gas
I cooking city j llio people han
II never been given the opportun
ity to eook with gus until this
summer and we inp iiltwil
with the results so fur qbtmiccl
I with the general introduction
j of the gas range and water
heater whieh are mooting with
V general atii > Cacti on WV are
It running frjegafr servirp and
the the cost of connecting the
I stoves and heaters is mtlJ
Ii
Please remember thai WI <
I change the old inenndr M cnf
lamps purchased from us Trr
new ones costing vou 10 Y r >
also loan you an plcitrie flat
crop for SO day triad costing
V kOO iE purchased
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AT THE TENT
Corner Twentyfifth and Grant
THE ANGELS
THEIR NATURE AND WORK
TeOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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FURNISHED rooms for gentleman
with bath 1000 References 2311
Adams S 11 tf
WA T Dressmaking V V 222S Un
coin Ind 3C77A Slllmo
FOURROOM furnished house hot
V water toilet bathe piano 2015
Adams 2500 per month Boll
phone 1471 Slltf
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called out when the men began to
atop street cars to search for strike
breakers and tho state troopers were
busy dispersing the crowds that con
gregated A foreman while going to
o k fired In the air when he sup
posed he was about to be attacked
I Following a meeting of the strikers
tie executive committee Beanie to
BittsburK bilL refused tctst1ittbo na
tine of their business de
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HOSPITAL TO BE BUILT V
AT LAKE GENEVA WIS
jLakc Geneva Wlsi August liAs
n i result of a serious automobile ac
cident to Philip Swift son of a mil
llonafro packer of Cfil < ico which
might euslly havo proved fatal for Innf
of facilities for immediate operation
the colon of millionaires owning
flilmmer homes around Lake Geneva
have taken stops to build a modem
thoroughly appointed emergency ho
pi Almost 100000 already has
been subscribed
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BOY ISSWALLOWED
i J UP BY QUICKSANDS
Peoria TU Aug 11Allrlm Ross
S years old son of Nicholas Rrs of
this city while on a fishing expedition
with other members of his fiLmily yes
terday waded Into Fnnn Creek near
Its mouth and the Illionis rivet aUtt
was swallowed up by quicksands
Tho boys body was recovered ouly
after strenuous and incessant labor
191 > tfIJ fIr
Be sure and get FclsNaptlia
Ir
from 1 your grocer today
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TheOny Pace on Earth for a Good Dance
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