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Will Enter
lal Cam
mted. RECORD
Never to
i Women
rj Him.
Solonel Roose
;rcsslvcs gratli
cve of his de
a his bost en
fl upon his ro
g of tho party,
clarcd, and he
l determination
ell B3 tho lead
Ical entity, Its
ipcaklns of the
for himself on
i'clt said, "We
, national party
i-ci- would resL
principle emm
s party Is put
ihe nation,
his speech by
ako this mean3
icn and womon
All his life, he
1 In work that
;htecn months.
Ye It was the
hlch he looked
3 li
lt to the men
rked with him
first campaign
irnicd a move
lustrlal Justice
It of brotherly
lest social con
us who have
I have gained
dvantagu of a
l life," he con
to make good
Minnt with the
i-m represents
vhlch we have
spirit and in
o driven our
h of the old
ace has been
Hp loyally to
icted that the
never i?o back
that the flpht
ttevcr may be
thlng the dls
nlsm may rest
ndon tlie prln
rressives have
1 will never
men who drew
hose principles,
r faces toward
jr be sundered
will never yield
or flinch from
s course of his
tes of his party
tlonlng Judge
Sea-bury, noml
assoclate Judge
In New York;
r In Now Jcr
for governor of
rty's nominees
STcw York and
le Progressive
;ress In Mary-olsewherc.
5dB0IT' Micl,-i 0ct- Governor
IJiBiDnbuiiceil tonight, after 11 con
irH:Wfl Adiutunt General
jMOok, that ho will instruct "Gen
jbosy. in command of tho state
too Calumet strike zone, to
-iisBw additional militia compnu
BtflW prepared for service in case
itoE?eiDCe is deemed neeessar'.
ifcBr . on of the povornor was in--tirB.
' 801"e extent by a message
P""' Abne asking that ho be
'B to order tho Houghton militia
KsWy for scrvico if conditions
B.clTJe- The executive said he will
LK. '"'".sucstion'' to the gen
uo issue no order to the
WBf1"11 ??1 0rhid General Abbey
3 jjk-on, Houghton for military as
,rrm& out prefer to protect tho
1 ,p" WOn vim live in the strike zone
Jhsagrccable afterwards," the
Abbey reported that the
jBw stationed in the strike zone
Pituatiou under control.
"jBu?0r I'crris was inclined to crit
jwe manner in which the local an-
BF,Lacc.0r,ln to roports, are cu
i iBr. , ,a-Ws in the copper coun
I Mr?-.alao Hail that as conditions
m SrowiiiR better" he would
Ur;E??I,s n the district for some
HiKf not remove thuni within a
BiKm as ho had planned. ITo
M, e removal 0f the injunction,
Picketing for tho recent
flB h Wanted in Mantl.
Mijil'8' a ewltig machine re
JBBietPrrul"1, of ne' brought
WKstoViftr '"""Powitollo. Idaho, by
MSnuLff iGi W- bowery of San
(WKrLa".d ho taken to Mantl
iKlK- VrL? uml lrml 0,1 statutory
MHt Tri"8 .,wa arreted at Mount
mKMftBM tI",eaBo and -placed In
WR' ,n Soptcmbcr 7 ho up
NHMo sc'loualy U and wn nt
AKcl i. 1IoUnt Pleasant hospital,
Jt1mttoE l) in potollo by Sheriff
BiSi,m ""ock county, broth
Ked ni denut" who went ufhir
JPR? HoldtipB Got $8.50.
T,!?ntl"fe of 135 LO street re-.-A
m ?...l?',ly?. yesterday that he
fjlKlt n,'"',1, ro5bfc'1 of ?S.5Q in Lib
1 .B-Valcni? ' o clock Tl)urshiy
rt thnlKfs,,lnlned 11,111 he did
M i o ,1fe,1uld1 with a revolver In
' JKr nH .V 'S ,,( d"P. Ho described
' ,.ti iakers ,n Ncw York.
Sftftv0cl- 3 Waldorf. II. P.
el0UB EBcape.
I S S Ff 5- Baatiams of Prince
Wn.e. ""flflte of tho niRht. ne
'iSd vyero,attaek of croup. As
I "WL' Cbimfe,0. hl T hRd a larRo hot-
I. iH( :p u tM HowinK tho dlrcc
F'4P'ftrfti,urun1 twenty minutes
ruKh all dancer." Sold bv
Hp. j, (Advortisoment,-)
Allegation Is That Latter Is
Unfit to Retain Custody
of Children.
The case of Lola Montle Ahlbom
against Oscar W, Ahlbom, In which
thu husband Is seeking custody of the
minor children on the ground that his
wife Is an Inrpropcr person, occupied two
hours at the divorce matinee before
Judge C. W. Morse yesterday. Hnlf a
dozen witnesses were called on olther
side and evidence of a highly sensa
tional sort, was offered.
Prior to his wife's suit for dlvorco,
Ahlbom filed suit against Earl Smith
for $1000 damages for alienation, of his
wlfe'B affections. This suit Is still pend
ing. Yesterday Ahlbom submitted an
affidavit In support of his contention for
custody of the children, declaring his
wlfo to be unfit morally to raise the
children and nnmlng Smith as tho man
In the enso. Smith himself was on hand
as a witness for Mrs. Ahlbom, but was
not called, the caso being continued one
week for further hearing.
Mrs. Ahlbom's mother, an aged
woman, testified against her daughter.
In support of the husband's contention.
The plaintiff having failed to prove
that ho had established lcgnl residence
within the county, the caso of Johanna
P. luarnest against Jesse F. Earnest was
Daisy Harris was given an Interlocu
tory decree of divorce from William Har
ris, custody of three minor children and
?S0 monthly alimony.
Sarah A. Scddon was given a decree
from Thomas J. Scddon by default nnd
S300 alimony.
Daisy Sollls was awarded a decree from
Frank If. Sollls on the ground of Intoxi
cation, She testified that ho had taken
to drink soon after tho marriage and
had drunk continually since.
A talc of cruelty won a decree for
Alice Yardns from Joseph Yardas.
Final decrees were awarded Mabel L.
Moore from Albert II. Moore. Lula S.
Harrow from Henry I,. Harrow, Mlllssa
Smith from W. S. Smith, Pearl Galgoy
from Otho Galgey and Claude L. Snow
from Effa N. Snow.
SEATTLE, Oct. 3 J. L. Muldoon, a
saloonkeeper, is in n hospital with his
arm broken by a bullet.; Carl Strobach,
who tried to hold. up Muldoon 5s sa
loon last night, is in tho morgue, and
tho police are hunting for a second
robber supposed to be -wounded.
Muldoon was plnying cards -with two
companions when robbers entered from
opposite doors. Instead of obeying a
command to hold up hie hands, he
drew a revolver and oponcd firo, Tho
robbers returned the fuBiliade, but Mul
doon was the better marksman and soon
put the pair to flight.
Strobnch's bullet-riddled body was
found in the strcot some time later.
Tho saloonman is certain the other
robber was desperately wounded.
Muldoon s companions of the card
game found safoty under the table
whilo the fight, wns on.
LITTLE ROCK Ark.. Oct. 3. Hold
ing the residents of Fulton nt bay to
day bix bandits robbed the bank of
$70 in pennios, after vainly trying to
open the inner doors of tho safe. City
Marshal Tom Logan of Fulton was shot
and seriously wounded. The robbers
used n citize'u "whom they had captured
to shield them from bullets nts they Tan
awav. .
Posses -with bloodhunds are Bcounng
the country in pursuit, of tho bandits.
The robbery was similar to that at tho
First Stato bnnk at. Dardanolle, Ark.,
last Wednesday- Before going to tho
bank tho men broke into a hardware
store and stole rifles and ammunition.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 Prosldent
Wilson today removed Judge Cornelius
D Munmc, United States district judge
at Nome, Alaska. Attorney General
Mcllevnolds, by direction of tho presi
dent, requested the resignation of Judge
AEuranc several weeks ago. and tho lat
ter refused to resign until next Juno.
This resulted in tho president's sum
mars'' action. Tt is said at the depart
ment of justice that the removal was
made for the good of tho service.
There was a gcnoral dissatisfaction,
it was declared, but no charges had
been filed against the judge. Judge
Murane's four-year term would have
expired in December, 1914.
H. S. Hodcy, several days ago, re
signed, at tho request of tho attorney
general, as "United States attorney at
LOS ANGELI5S, Oct. 3. Hnico T.
Klmrnls. father of i::-ycar-old PrlHcllla
KImmls. whose extensive operations In
pahalng worthless checks led the police
to believe that she possessed abnormal
precocity as a criminal, confessed today
that he had committed the forgeries
charged against tho cblld and had di
rected her throughout.
"She did exactly s I told her, said the
father, "without the slightest Intimation
that she was doing wrong. T mnde her
believe all these transactions wero part of
im regular business."
KImmls told the police ho had operated
In a number of California cities with suc
cess, because of I He youth and Innocent
appearance of Prlecllla. Ho Is held on u
felony charge.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. Answorlng
rrltlrtsm of nn agreement In tho odmln
h itlon currency to the effect that the
volumo of short-term commercial papur
he by the national banks was so
"mall s to make tho rediscount pro
visions of tho measure of little
viiiii Sorretarv McAdoo. In a statement
tnnicht announced that on August D
lust the imtlonul banks hold jM2S.0B5.lB7
of paper maturing In ninety days or less.
These figures, hawed upon reports to tho
comptroller of the currency, the secretary
said, m-.cmcd to disprove the claims of the
opponents of the bill.
CHlCGO, Oct. 3. Announcement
of the candidacy of Roger Sullivan,
Democratic "boss" of Illinois, for the
United Stutcs senate will be made
soon, probably at the stale fair at
Springfield next. week.
Mr Sullivan is snid to have disposed
of his iutorcstB in a public utilities
com pan v nnd at present is a manufac
turer of biscuits.
If " " Established 1309. S " N I !g M
$1.25 and $1.50 Perrin's Kid fF Ami f J i I A AUTUMN DRUG AND TOILET 1 !
Gloves, Per Pair .... uOC ffmi Sff A ?kf GOODS SALE CONTINUES J 1 i
I stent, in blnck, white, Rray, tans, brown; jtlso onu-i:las Enc -,"iffumi i-U Fr Saturday American Beauty Cream II
lish tan Cape Gloves, and one-clasp QKs jJ7fii llillli BiW" An cxccjcnt facc nnj mlIj 0tion so ucccssary -J r 1 ml
gray Mocha gloves, per pair, Saturday only , . .UDC J I at this time of the year, iicgulnr 2"e size XOC 1 Ml
J House of Quality. V I .91 j
I & Expanding Crowded Sis
I to 9 p m. It isn't the clothesit's the man. It isn't the store structure, but the to 9 p, m
Dress Forms 1 ah the Lure of Quality, all the attraction of correct style, and Alll SHETLAND OQ I I
tl Adjustable the Force of Low Prices, Join in the Sale of VJilLb . . . i
111 connection with One of the leading inanufac- 1
ZS mZ. Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel t I 1
able and Non-Ad- in fine soft silk Shetland veils 1 !ff
.iustable forms, we ..r -ir-miT-rir- t tt tt jTk tt-. ,lt ,l ndieulously low figure 1 8
oiler as a special 17X11 1 IrlxTT T TT KTT ill? which enables us lo give our I
Jeaturc Cor Satur- lldiVy JCi JU JLJ JCilll gfSL U 11 1 1 H patrons a great bargain. Only 1
day this wonderful j TP XfiA fk (O dozen in the lot and the ini- 9 sM
4 form e eigllt' s.ec
street uresses smmL uuAia slight is to be searcely notice- U Will
tins eacn of which fBBalSfegi!? Jfk nr j ETA ac- f'lcy !lrc 1 and 1 g !m
LJ works independently The VGiy best cU'CSS jrjT W p0 tO XD.OU yards long in plain and fancy Z llj
V7S.oE the others- Can pvp-r nfforPfl nf hi? S 1 llOU JMf Junior Coats. Made of ex- ets, in black, white and coi- ;lj
V be made to duplicate evei OlteiecL dt tJHS ip V ferfW eellent all-wool materials in ors, and are regular $1.20 to B
T .. r . most every figure price. Every One good M, V , pressed cheviots, tweeds and $-y0 qualities and a great I M
cn no from 32 t0 54 bust new styles and the IPftSBS homespuns in mixtures; also many of the latter quality 1 m
at $9.98. J rtniie oe i,linw lmlmmk solid colors as red, brown, choice while qq g I
Let our demonsLrator explain most desirable colors, as brown, vSlfm inavy, copen and black. Ex- V ey last OVL , g
these and others to you. navy, wine, plum black and wis- JMislSicellent styles, cut along the B l
Notion Department Main taria. The fabrics are serges. jiflfcHKS girlish models, $9.95 to , N I H
Vl! J crepe de chine, colian and lMMit! MILLINERY 1 I
1 " crepe meteor. Pretty MiSPflKl models that reflect Paris at fi L
l f Saturday Specials styles iu the one-piece ffBfm: Cjii jl O T her ljcsl- 'rherc is 1,0 slvlc I 1
CORSETS of fine Bilk brouho, models daintily trimmed HbKirt ate Wn.ker Sl 1 if
1 made by Mme. Irene; low bunt, in self-trills and laees. All VgWBHl CI 1 B2W H SI:
Ilon8 ateht MPi every jwlr sizes, 34. to 50. OnPW bpCCial S4wl I II
carefully fitted; all sizes, 18 to - fM fyfifflffiwmws i , XtWf?l( B Sllfl
30; odd lines, 0?O QQ 1 xv-SHlf iiWi A U'emendom ffk S W&W 9 M
$6.00 value, at $&.vo Charming Now SSmmSm mm assortment of MTI f Mf& 1 I
M CREPE KIMONOS of Japan- m j W x VwWlwl skirts to be I 1
Icse crepe in a variety of dif- JLailOred W aiSlg Mvl 1 Placed on saleflJP' JSX 1
ferent patterns; colors, navy, Navy, golden brown, black, . iT mi'""' at this attrac- jS I HI
light blue, tan and lavender; taupe, Copenhagen and wis- L fC QiWlfifMA tive price, made in the new tfPS- J
Empire style, n rn taria are among the leading 3H3 ffefjrfSl tailored styles, draped fi!p.i 1 W
fecial $A.OV shades for fall, made of lus- T8 fMSjfI ccte at side or I ..L- ) t H
SILK PETTICOATS of soft trons heavy messaline, crepe de chine and front, gathers at back with . yS9 Jy 1 Kl
Messaline; extra good quality; charmeuse, in the pretty tailored mod- t WifMH11'11 bQ Every one J J$MdJ P ill
made with fitted top, narrow els, with self-frills and lace; long or well worth more money. li&MIW 1 llli '
pleated flounce or slashed style short sleeves, high or low neck. Special. (M0tf Saturday f A ?r7fcM:& WWv 8 IB
with flat trimming; all the new $5.95. pWMM I Special JpO.UU S f II!
colors, QQ WMttt W lWif ' Ml
Special ipO.VO W ; Trimmed Dress and Street M j
?fcOATTRBLt Y 0DD UNES 0F WAISTS TZ $1 05 S105it2 50 S I
PETHGOATS-Good material . T unhenrd of valucs Qdd Mnes wo tQ dosc out othcrwise 1 W $10.50 to $12.50
finished with fine tucks and M offer thcm al these prices. Every waist 1 See our shoeing of Tailored i
hem-stitched ; $2.d0 25 well worth a lot more money : JL Hats at "$4.98 to $8.00 , H i
alue ' y Unusually good valucs. J i
Juvenile DepO Saturday Special Men s DepLr staple domestics j 1
fjj? TEC NeW Fall MEN'S FINE MEN'S FLAN" S 1.3 G(NGHAMf0 ly-AmoTelr Apron ij
JnXk "mm i-i v r' A nelette night Gingham. A complete assortment to 1 ra Wm
I SfflvFhlnC? C' ' shirls priced choose from. Special, per yard O V2C
WjTSiS Ml OUS weight, natural ffjfh V 32'C Gingham. 9c YARD Best American 1
Jl3r 4 1 wool shirts and M WmmWk, TsTro $2.00 Giiigliam, 27 inclicsvide, in plnicl and chei:ki.d Bj
I Arp pnmnrphpll- . SzMllmpM WmUwl ' cftects, also in plain colors. A good assort- fij M
1 JllKlsGKuidl i LiiyiiiKsii drawers, suitable JZfflM ffli fflffiPm ment of patterns and colorings to choose Q
I flWWW SlVelV Shown inthe for fall and win- ffiW M SB I fflF MEN'S PLAN- from, .Regular 12 Xe values. Special, yard 1 J
I , , i , t . MT I! H W . .. . J2iic OUTING FLANNEL, f)c YAKD Fancy I I
fpn department devot- tei- llceillar MHfflf lm? siripo(1 0lltia-Flminel-,,eavy ,,eeuy ,Ua,ity-A 1 111
7 L Jo. i $1.25 value. On fe P , czjh QUl kirge and larc assortment of patterns and colorings to i MM
I :rfc? ed to misses, boys, s;ilcSai. MmM vuomy. 09 cft sdf 1 1VT J72 qc II
n &r n-irlc onH lift P urdav at 5OC WtmmXmZh 5 to y5W valucs. Special, yard Q mm
I & gins dim iiiue at - w 16 2-3c canton flannel, 1.21-C yakd 1 il l
1 phildren in larQfe a.SSOrt- lHWHMvM59ill AVhite Canton Flannel, heavy twilled bade and
' nts at moderate nrices Men's shirt, men's new pall ties much u 2 v,AnQ 1212C I I
I ments ax mouerdie piice. 300 men,s uoat shh,tS; formerly less than thcy shollld bc Yoll yHVy I j
I BOYS HATS New shape for boys from 6 to priced to $2.00. AU guaranteed will find in many men's shops CAMBRIC. Special, vard 1 j j
I H- years, made in dark and light ?r fast color; light, dark, medium this f;lU lar fine open.en(i Uc UNBLEACHKD 36-in. MUSLLX. 7 1 j
la" a brow"; -b&c & -"as f qn.my o
g BOYS' WHITE BLOUSES, with narrow (lljmi cuffs att.ldie(1 . sonie with silk and in much the same new ornniMr- CD57PT AT C Ht
tucked front, detached collar and stift gg short i)OSOinSf )llt the raiijority colorings at $1.00 each. They DL UU I i orHLxiAJLO
cuffs; slightly soiled; $1.2o value ' .ire -ujj length bosoms; sizes 34 are here in the men's store. IIMER-ICH BED PILLOWS Size 21x27; ill
I BOYS' WOOL SERGE SUITS Norfolk style; to 1G1.. only. On OJT Exceptional rrp guaranteed all Leathers; covered in fancv Art j f
I well-made and finished; ages b' to GfT Afh sale at, each p,00 values ticking; sanitary and dustlcss. or j J
2 years, Special cptJ.UU Men's Raincoats liegulnr $2.00 values, Special, each . .pl.O AM
i GIRLS' J'jTGHT-AY EIGHT COATS in gray, tan rpi r n .. . ' ., .... 1 'LAID WOO hXAP BLANKETS Size G0x76; !
uuujo j-iiv-tj n lhe ncw iaj sult ncetl ,lave no tcrrors tor tilc occasional rainy day jn prolty pia:(i auci ijl 0olc designs; a nice va- r Iff if n
I and blue; only ages 8, 9, 12 years; flr aa jf protL.eted by one of these weather-proof raincoats, which bear the rjety of colors to select from. " ff9 ia ljH
I 'ttnnS? hpy St " "l i n talker truuranl.ee. Specially priced at $8.75. $14.75 and $17.50; full Regular values $2.50. Special $4.1U ; (
I G RL& COAI& in navy and tan Holh, uemcntod- button to neck models with PILLOW CASES-Size 45x36; white hem- i
1 tr mined with contrasting cloth col- HK ienul 1,11 u,t " y temcnicn , ouuon io nccn mouus, wiin ow piisoj' Mod uualitv in ffli
I lar and cuffs; $7.50 value ..$0.& tab straps at wrists; ventilating eyelets under sleeves. We stand I ....16c j
) back of every coat and go the limit, as far as guarantee is concerned. V P ! s J
I I You Are on the True Path to Economy Going to Our Basement I 1 1
I I These Specials on Sale Today, 6 to 9 P. M. I
II Talcum I ?ol,NaP I Kilchen SapoIio I Toilet Paper Ginffham NififhtGoWIlS Men's Overalls 1 j
1 laicum Blaaltels s( ,,llls F.lllI,t aiSUdm ; g , Mc- ' splendid wue I lit
I' Powder Hcrc.. K IOM8tnK Help. ..ec no recom- lre M-u .oils lollct q Women flanMolcttc j
i Full pound ran of no -nil : pedul Inuch mendatlon; every iwpor- "Sh1 'm , , t Mi
1 CorylopBls Talcum hohnv tl.o 'value: large Uousevvifo realizes 1Af OC ol k ,, nd blue Btrlnei overalls In sizes 30 to ! I !
1 S only .. double to! as- tliai. It 1 ubsulutcly fQr 25c ms In wanted blue P1"," ' llw c 8t rlJ . made with bib. On j W If '
3 7C bo?der3 50c cK.-s for 25c Lln.lt 10. yards for UmIl ,. p. ,,. each I J

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