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"Ths stars incline, hut do not compel" (Copyright by tlio McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1914. Astrologers read in the stars for Oc tober many sinister signs, but they see promise of improved conditions in certain lines of trade. The lutin'.Ion ■which fell in the fifth house, with Saturn iu tlie ascendant, indicated much distress among wage-earners and lack of employment which threat ens serious conditions for the winter. The rule is particularly evil for what ever affects the public revenues, the seers declare, and the extravagant ex penditures prophesied a year ago will drain national resources, Tlie planetary government for to day is said to be not important. Mars and Saturn are strongly benetie in the early hours and later Uranus is mild ly helpful. Tlie rule Is held to be an exceeding ly lucky one for removals of every sort. Change of residence is subject to the most auspicious guidance. Under this configuration work for reforms or for humanitarian enter prises should be most successful. It Is foretold that the United States will engage in an international movement of wider scope than any previously at tempted. As the kindly sway of Uranus is supposed to he conductive to friend ship between persons of opposite sex. this is a figure favorable for making new acquaintances or for pursuing old romances. Old persons should benefit while fhis aspect prevails. There is an In- ! fluence. it is said, that stimulates and j encourages them, imparting buoyancy and hopefulness. Prospect of gain for workers in foundries, steel works, smelters and places where implements of great size are manufactured ere good. This should be a fortunate time for Judges, lawyers and those who decide questions of paramount importance. It is prophesied that legal matters will assume a new prominence and that j American jurists will gain internation al fame. Persons whose birthdate it is have j a happy augury for the year. They | should reap benefits through friends. Men are likely to engage in new en terprises which will bring large prof its. Women will probably receive of fers of marriage, but there is a sign that warns against hasty decisions. Children born on this day have their magnetic center in the Libra and Venus is their principal ruling planet. They should be well balanced, talent ed and tactful. Girls may marry early. j : FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1914. This is rather a favorable day, but business of importance should not be transacted early in the morning. The Sun and Venus rule strongly for good after noon. Uranus is mildly adverse. It is read as a fairly fortunate time for initiative in business affairs. Con ditions are promising for merchants who seek to establish new enterprises, tinder this sign capital should be less difficult to obtain than under less fa vorable aspects of the Sun. The sway is supposed to be partic ularly fortunate for political candi dates and all who seek the sanction or co-operation of the public. Women should benefit from this astral government, which is inter preted as stimulating to their highest aspirations. It is promising for what ever they do for the uplifting of hu manity. It is predicted, however, that those who have selfish ambitions will taste disappointment. In the suffrage states the indications for the success of women candidates are not favorable. This should be a lucky day for wed dings. or for whatever has to do with romance. Theaters are subject to an auspi cious aspect today, and. again, one or two extraordinary successes among new plays are prophesied. Modistes, milliners, clothiers and all who provide raiment for women should profit under this configuration. They will reap much after early Indi cations of loss. Among those who should profit by today's rule of the stars are proprie tors of restaurants, dealers in fine food stuffs, confectioners and florists. Persons whose birthdate it is may have business and financial anxieties during the coming year, but they should be happy In all domestic af fairs. Children born on this day have lucky stars to guide them. They may be rather too carefree and pleasure loving, but they probably will enjoy life. Girls have the omen of happy marriage. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. Astrologers find this an uncertain Jay, for, while the Sun and Neptune are In benefic aspect, Saturn is strong ly- adverse. The leading of the stars is most fortunate for whatever concerns ship ping interests. There is an evil omen, however, for the Pacific ocean, where "a shape of fear" may rise from the east. As the friendly aspects of Neptune incline to success and benefit through food stuffs, this should be a profitable rule for provision dealers, exporters and manufacturers of canned fruits or vegetables. According to ancient lore the con figuration should h,* particularly help NOW MAKE ECHOES TO ORDER Experts Employed Whose Specialty Is to Do This Work, and They Do It Well. Are you aware that it is possible to make echoes? It is, indeed, easier to make them than to destroy them. In the past men built their great temples and cathedrals with no thought of acoustics. Hence, when the prt acker preached, echoes 'oiled free ly amid the groiiilugs of the roof, | ftil to all who seek w hat Is hidden, | whether it be in the material world i or 111 the realms of the occult. It is a lucky day for attending meetings of secret orders. Poets and other writers should hone tit for the sway of the planets is sup pose d to render active latent emo j tions for mystery and romance. A j flood of verse of the most ambitious I sort is predicted, but fame will come ; to only a few authors, among whom | one will attain highest place. Neptune is in a place read as indic j ative of a tremendous growth of so : cialism. In England it is predicted that railway and post office employes will cause trouble, owing to the agi tation of leaders in the movement. Scandals in hospital management are foreshadowed by the stars. These will be uncovered in Great Britain and Germany as a result of the ex actions of war. the seers declare. There is a prophecy that Mexico will arouse anxiety in an unforeseen quarter. Schools are subject to a favorable sway of the stars, but Chicago will attract attention by conditions that cause widespread discussion. Persons whose birthdate it is are warned to guard against losses of money. There is danger from false friends. Both men and women should guard the health. Children born on this day should be ingenious, clever and extremely just. They are likely to be good students. Intuition and ambition are usually characteristic of these subjects of Libra. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1914. Astrology reads in the stars today mingled good and evil influences, since Uranus and Jupiter are in benefic as pect and the Sun and Venus adverse. It is a time in which to keep quiet, passing the hours in occupations that cannot disturb settled habits. The influences are not auspicious for visiting or for the usual social en tertainments. Dinners are likely to be devoid of the pleasant conditions necessary to success, warn the seers, for when Venus is evilly disposed mis understandings and criticisms are common. Courtship is subject to unfavorable influences. When this rule prevails women are said to be careless con cerning the impression that they pro duce. Jupiter is in a place that is held as most promising to bankers and brok ers. who have the prognostication of extreme fluctuations between anxiety and confidence. According to the seers the next year will bring great distinction and recognition to Ameri cans who assume far-reaching obliga tions. There is a sign read as indi cating "breaking of limitations, broad ening of activities, and curtailing of risks." Owing to Saturn's position in the sign of Cancer, the fifteenth of the month may be of serious moment to Holland. Africa and Scotland. Polit ical and physical disturbances are prognosticated. New work for the churches again is foreshadowed. There is a prophecy that the United States will lead in a world-wide movement. In the horoscope of the emperor of Japan Mars has a place indicative of a crisis that may mean a great deal to this country, astrologers prophesy. Hawaii is subject to influences that are said to be of far-reaching signifi cance. Persons whose birthdate it is have tlie augury- of a year of vicissitudes. Business will demand anxious atten tion. probably, but there is a chance for change that will be successful. Those who are employed should be cautious. Children born on this day may have many vicissitudes iu life. They are likely to have great initiative. Boys should succeed best in independent business ventures. Girls have the foreshadowing of happiness in mar riage. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914. According to astrology this is not a very fortunate day, for Mars and Nep tune both are strongly- adverse. Mer cury, however, is in a place held to be most fortunate for many Important af fairs of men. It is not a favorable time for sol diers. Those In fortifications are sub ject to particularly- adverse planetary conditions, if the readings of the seers are correct. Officers of every rank should be especially cautious in com manding their men, for under this con figuration hasty decisions, reckless acts and bad judgment are common. Mercury coming in conjunction with Mars on this day is the martial sign of Scorpio is believed to foreshadow troubles for California. Accidents on railways in India are predicted. This is a lucky date upon which to sign important papers. Contracts, leases and agreements of every- sort, made under this configuration, should he satisfactory, bringing gain and suc cess. Advertisers, writers, publishers and editors should benefit from this sway of the stars. It is prophesied that newspapers will lose large amounts of money, but will gain greatly be fore the new year. Teachers and students are subject to a good leading today. The astral government is supposed to impart keenness and alertness to the mind, at tlie same time increasing receptiv ity and adaptability. Neptune for-shadows naval activi ties in which our vessels sail on Pa cific waters. Soothsayers foretell great response bilities for women in all parts of the down the rows of sculptured columns, and round and round the nave. With wires strung here and with tapestries spread there, many of the echoes of the old-world buildings have been obliterated. There are eelio ex perts—builders acquainted with the science of acoustics, whose specialty is echoes' destruction. Today an architect takes thought of the echo. His building is constructed so as to exclude this intruder. And knowing how to exclude It, he knows how to welcome it also. world, and they declare that this conn try will face new problems in provid ing for foreign refugees after the world war. Toward the end of this month s mister sign menaces New York and renewed anxiety in the financial world is foretold. Days of extreme excite ment are prognosticated. t holera is to be feared in southeast ern Europe. Extraordinary sanitary precautions are counseled for Ameri can seaports, especially- San Fran cisco. Persons whose birthdate it is have the omen of a busy year that may bring numerous anxieties. Danger of accident or injury is foretold. Children born on this day are likely to be unusually brilliant and promis ing. Success as physicians or chem ists is probable. Botli boys and girls should be exceedingly fortunate iu life. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914. Caution is advised for today. As trologers find that Mars, Mercury and - ranus are all strongly ad\erse, while Jupiter alone is friendly. Although Jupiter usually rules as a planet that offers success and for tune to those who use well-trained minds, the evil power of Mars and Mercury makes necessary tlie most conservative action In all affairs in volving money, professional reputation or future success. The sign is encouraging for the ac tivities of scholars, university stu dents. lawyers, statesmen and legisla tors of every rank. Bankers are subject to a rule indi cating large opportunity and exacting initiative. They are warned to pre pare for severe strain in a fortnight, when financial complications will dis turb industrial conditions iu this coun try. Owing to the sinister aspect of Mars, extreme suffering among the poor is predicted. London seers give warning against any form of waste fulness, since famine is written in the skies. Australia and New Zealand are un der a government that gives promise of prosperity. Canada has the prognostication of a winter of exceeding harmony on all public questions. Prosperity and increase of patriotism are indicated. October has been designated by London astrologers as a month that will be most terrible for the emperor of Germany, owing to the position of Saturn and Uranus in his horoscope, l^ranus. stationary, close to the Sun's place, causes the ISth to be designated as a date of grave importance. Owing to the fact that the autumnal ingress took place in the cusp of the eighth house, afflicted by Saturn, mor tality among notable persons in Wash ington and the chief cities of this country is persistently predicted. Persons whose birthdate it is have a rather threatening augury. Men may become involved In litigation in which they lose money. They should be ruled by the friends who will go to their assistance. Children born on this day may be impetuous, restless and impatient by nature, but they probably will have an easy time in life, because relatives and influential friends will look after them. Girls may marry most for tunately. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914. This is a most unfortunate day. Ac cording to the reading of astrology Saturn rules the day with a power for evil that dominates all other influ ences. Under this government it is held to be wise to delay all important proj ects. It is supposed to be particular ly unfortunate to start anything new while this figure prevails. Changes, removals and journeys are subject to an adverse sway which may lead to accidents, disappoint ments and troubles of every sort, ii the seers are right in their interpreta tions. Saturn is strong in planetary direc tion where mood or temperament ia concerned. During its adverse aspect discouragement and melancholy are increased, it is said. As the aspect interferes with con centration it Is wise to put aside any big plans until judgment is more to be relied on. Natives ruled by the star—persons born between December 22 and January 19—should be partic ularly cautious. Physical indisposition is often in creased when Saturn is unfriendly. It Is wise to guard against exposure, as colds are common under this config uration. It is a most unlucky time to enter into contracts with landlords, builders and real estate agents. Weddings on this date may be happy, if extraordinary care is taken to avoid misunderstandings, but It is a most unfavorable date as it is the tradition that marriage contracts will be observed only long enough to in sure the greatest possible regret. Old persons should be extremely careful today. Healtli and possessions may be lost. Financial troubles and foreign ene mies will disturb the Ottoman empire next month. December will be a month of grave danger to the emperor of Austria whose horoscope gives cause to prog nosticate illness and suffering. i'ersons whose birthdate it is have tlie augury of a quiet year. Business and financial affairs will be exactina ami health should be safeguarded. children born on tills day are likely to be affectionate, sensitive to sur roundings and unusually clever. Sue Co-- in audacious enterprises is indi cated. Architects are frequently callet upon in landscape work to put up sum mer-houses and arrange rocks arounc them so as to create an echo there And this they can satisfactorily do. Sensitive Mary. Mistress—"Why, Mary, isn't this your Sunday afternoon out? Aren' you going for a walk this lovely day " Mary—"Please, 'm. I'd rather stav in You see, most of the people out on i Sunday is couples, and I don't like t! bo conspicuous.—Puitcb Important Dei igs of Past Fe.-. Days Throughout the State. Edited and Arranged for Our Readers. m 24 . 00 O.C 00 BU. OF WHEAT Experts Employed by Railroads Make Estimates of Record-Breaking Crop. Helena.—According to estimates made by experts employed by rail reads operating in Montana, the treas ure state will harvest a record-break ing wheat crop of not less than 24, 000,000 bushels this year. The influx of settlers and the greatly increased acreage under cultivation have raised the number of bushels of wheat raised four or five years ago from 500,000 bushels to a figure nearly fifty times greater in 1914. One dollar a bushel or more is said to he the price at vvhuh the Montana growers will ship their wheat. Snowfall Aids Flowing. Livingston.—Snow falling through out tho Shields and Paradise valleys was welcomed by the farmers, al though threshing was delayed. The ground was dry and plowing was im possible before the snow. Snow foot deep fell at the Grand canyon in the park. Threshing is well advanced and only small fields iir the county have not been cut. The yield of oats and wheat is nearly up to expecta tions. wheat in many instances going 40 bushels to the acre. But little grain will be held', few farmers being equipped to store large quantities. STAIE COMPLETES NEW ROAD Road On East Shore of Flathead Lake Mam Connecting Link With Roads South and East of Missoula. Kaltspell.—Announcement has just been ciade of the completion of a new state Highway along the east shore of Flathead Lake. * A description of the road and the country surrounding it is given in a notice mailed to different parts of the state by George R. Metier, secretary of the commission. It begins as fol lows: "The new state highway construct ed by the state jointly with Flathead county, around tlie east shore of the Flathead lake is completed, the crews breaking camp and moving away. "This is one of the largest pieces of work yet undertaken by the state. Its completion at this time is hailed with much gratitude by the people of Mis soula. Flathead and Lincoln counties, as it is the main connecting link with ail roads south and east of Missoula and the Glacier national park, as well as to be when completed the western outlet for Spokane and other western points." CANVASS OF VOTES COMPLETED. Helena.—The state board lias com pleted the canvass of the votes cast at the recent primary election. All of the counties sent their returns ex cept Dawson and Wibaux. In the for mer the returns are delayed and in the latter no election was Held. In additoin to the figures on con gressman and state officers the board is canvassing the returns for district Judges. In the Broadwater and Meagher county district Matthews re ceived 551 votes and Goodman 263. The result of the canvass follows: For congress—Democratic: Evans 16.291: Stout. 15.188. Republican- Mc Cormick, 6.075; Maddox. 7.299: Nichol son, 3,726; Parsons, 5.471. Progressive Brinson. 2.779, Rankin. 2,463. Socialist Duncan. 2.842: Kent, 2.363. Associate Justice—Democratic: Cle ments. 7.029: Erickson. 5.S81; Poindex ter, 6.167. Republican: Holloway 13 - 359. Socialist: Wallace, 2.S99. (O'Con nor, whose name was written in under the progressive heading, received 197 votes. I Railroad commissioner—Democratic Johnson, 6.131: Lovelace, 4,356: McCor mick. 9.054. Republican: Boyle, 7,980 Godfrey, 3,352; Tong, 1.639. Progres sive: Williams. 3.207. Socialist: Pie tila, 2,845. A Daylight Saloon Schedule. Butte.—Commencing Monday morn ing, the saloons of Butte and Silver Bow county were allowed to reopen for business during certain hours and under certain restrictions. They open at 8 o'clock in the morning and close at 7 o'clock at night, giving 11 hours for business. This is practically the daylight schedule. Major Donohue and Provost Marshal Conley gave out the authoritative statement last night in regard to the opening regulations. "This move, in a sense," said Major Donohue, "is an experiment. If we find that the result is disorder, or vio lence and trouble result from the opening of saloons during the day time. we will promptly close them again and put them back on the pres ent basis." Blooded Cattle From Abroad. Bozeman.—Professor Thomas Shaw rani Edwin- Wilson have landed in New York city with a shipment of fine cat tle which they have been purchasing in England. A telegram came to Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wilson of this city, parents of Edwin Wilson, telling of their arrival. Professor Shaw is agricultural expert to the Great North ern and Northern Pacific and Mr. Wil son is his assistant. The fine herd is for Jii'n -s .1 Hii). They are tlie first of tlie aim! ever imported. Honey on Grapefruit. A novel way of sweetening grape fruit is the use of honey in place of sugar. If the fruit is to be used for breakfast prepare it the night before, loosening the pulp from the skin and membrane; then pour over it enough honey to cover. In the morning the flavor will be found excellent Hairpin Case. Why has no one ever thought of this before—a dainty little linen bag, scal loped ami embroidered, to hold the supply of hairpins? G. 0. P. FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE Convention Is Held By Republicans at Helena—First Under the Primary Law. Helena.—E. O. Selway, of Dillon, ! will conduct the republican campaign | this fall, he being unanimously elected j chairman of the state central conunit i tee at a state convention here, it was j the first held under the provision of the ! direct primary law and was attended I by candidates for congress, state of I lice, the legislature and members of the state central committee. After declaring for the upholding of the courts, the protection of the property rights of every individual for a protective tariff and a just and fair compensation bill, the platform com mon is to the people for a careful and deliberate reading the initiative com pensation bill, the initiative consolida tion bill and the referendum of the Kiley law. The initiative farm loan bill is in dorsed on the grounds that it is no experiment and no doubt exists as to its provisions. The primary law is in dorsed. but tlte fact is recognized that some slight changes are needed to im prove it; the improvement and con struction of roads is declared for, financial support for the Panama ex position. municipal ownership of pub lic utilities to include light and street rallwav systems, and a constitutional amendment to permit it. Woman suf frage is indorsed and the party pledged, if it controls tlie legislature, to the abolishment of commissions and offices established by the demo crats whieli it is declared do not bene fit the people. MIDDLE WEST FARMERS BUY Illinois and Nebraska Farmers Locate in Valley Near Helena—Land Business Good This Fall. Helena.—More than $100,000 worth of lands tributary to Helena have been sold tlie last few days to Nebraska and Illinois farmers. Fourteen sales were made this time, a few in the Mis souri river valley and on the Spokane bench, but most of them in the Prickly Pear valley. These sales ranged in price from $•'00 to $50,000, and from ten acres up to several thousand. The land busi ness will be especially good in Mon tana this fall because of the top price for grain. Chinese who have furnished Helena with vegetables for so many years are to have competition. James Gincoletto of Butte, and three sons, purchased 200 acres in the valley, and have begun preparing the seed beds for next year's crop. They are gardeners who learned to farm intensively on the sunny slopes of Italy, and will adopt those methods in the valley. They believe in Plenty of cultivation and little w^er and the fact that no water right is at tached to their farm is not disturbing them. Another deal reported was the sale of an 80-acre tract on the Spokane bench to a farmer from Villa Grove, Hi- The price was $37.50 an acre. MASONIC BODIES IN BUTTE Three Branches of Order Hold Big State Convocations and Do Butte—A large number of Masons and members of the Order of Eastern Star from all over Montana attended the twenty-fifth annual convocation of three bodies of the lodge which was held in Butte. The three branches holding their an nual meetings were the Grand chapter of Montana of the Royal Arch Ma sons; Grand lodge of Montana of the A. F. and A. M„ and the Grand chap ter of Montana of the Order of the Eastern Star. The gathering of these Masonic bodies, it is estimated, drew fully 1,500 members of the Masonic order to Butte during the week. The exemplification of the degrees of the Grand chapter of the Royal Arch Masons by the Deer Lodge chap ter occurred Tuesday evening. Wed nesday evening Mount Moriah lodge exemplified the degrees for the A. F. and A. M. Thursday evening Ruth chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star conducted the work in this branch. A banquet followed the work Wednesday evening. A PLOT TO POISON MILITIA Plumber Is Accused of Suggesting Scheme Alleged to Have Been on Foot in Butte. Butte.—An alleged plot to poison the drinking water of 700 Montana militiamen on duty here in connection with miners' riots, was discovered and Fred Magnardot was arrested orr a charge of having advised another per son to place poison in the water pipes at the courthouse, where the raiiitla is in camp. Magnardot, a plumber's helper, and several other workmen were repairing the pipes, according to the authorities, when he advised one of the men to place poison ir the pipes. The sugges tion was spurned and the officer was notified. Montana Woman Proves Heroine. Anaconda—How Mrs. James W. Gerard, wife of the American ambassa dor in Berlin, tlie daughter of Mrs. Marcus Daly of Hamilton, Mont., and a Montana girl, did heroic and tireless work in aiding distressed Americans in Berlin and other German cities was told by Rabbi David H. Wittenberg of Temple B'Nal Israel, upon his return to Butte after a three months' Euro pean trip. 3!rs. Gerard has earned tlie love anil admiration of thousands of Americans who watched her effective emergr: v measures. Corn Fritters. Beat two eggs light with a cupful of milk, to which have been added a pinch of soda and a tablespoonful of melted but'en stir into this two cup fuls of cocked or canned corn, chopped fine; add two tablespoonfuls of flour and salt and pepper to taste, and fry on a soapstone griddle. Eat hot as you would griddle cakes. To Make Sweet Corn Tender. Use sugar, instead of salt, when boil ing corn, as it makes It tender and sweet Serve with butter and salt MS TO GET NEW HEARING EASTERN RATE CASE WILL BE REOPENED. Hearings to Start Oct. 19 On Demands —Western Lines Want Increase, i'AIso. Washington, Sept. 21.—The Inter state Commeree Commission lias tie cidetl to reopen the eastern advance rate case and will begin hearings on Oct. 19. A formal order to that effect was prepared. The decision is (lie result of an ap plication- of tlie railroads made after President \\ ilson had received a repre sentative committtee of railway presi dents. It was said at the time that the railway men asked the president to appeal to the country to treat tlie railroads in a spirit of co-operation and tlie president responded by send ing a sympathetic letter to Chairman Frank Trumbull, of the Chesapeake & Ohio. The railroads asked for a reopening trot upon the showing they made at the hearings prolr to the decision, but upon conditions which, tlie managers say, have become apparent since. The showing of tlie roads for June, which was not available when the case was before the commission last time, ntul the exigencies which have been thrust upon them by the European war, with the attendant difficulties of getting new capital and the falling off In export traffic, were cited as the principal reasons why the case should be reopened. •be increases the railroads ask are identical with those which were de nied. Western railroads are already pre paring applications for increases in ireiglu rates, so that when the com mission begins the rehearing it will have substantially before it applica tions for increased freight rates from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Movements of Jap Forces. Tokio, Sept. 21.—Tlie Japanese im perial troops, co-operating with tlie Japanese fleet, landed at I.aoshan Bay Sept. 18, according to official an nouncement. The cavalry on Sept. 17 captured Kiao-chow station and seized a train. Among tlie passengers was the president of the Shan-tung rail way, who was made a prisoner. The Shan-tung railway is German-owned and was opened in 1904. The main line extends from Tsing-tau west tc STANDING OF THE CLUBS A MKKIC AX ASSOC IATIOX. Louis W. I. .. .yi r,t; Pet. .570 Cleve W. L. ..78 74 Mil .. .. .ss ii*; .560 K r ... 7 7 84 Ind Col .. , . ..83 73 ...SO 73 .532 LVlpls .523'St }» ...74 84 •..53 103 KefitiltM. Milwaukee, 1 12; Kansas Pi tv. 2 L lev eland, 3 ; Indianapolis. 2. Columbus. 3 ; Louisville , 3. .484 .465 .349 NATIONAL LEVGIT- „ \V. L. Pet. \v r p„, B°st ...77 55 .584 Phil ...65 71 *478 ^ \ ..... . *>9 .560,Pitts ..62 72 463 Chi'.....4.1 S, kly n 74 -418 Lhi ...... 2 C '° ICIn ... .56 73 .418 „ Henulls. New York. 3; Cincinnati. 2. Boston. 1 ; St. Louis, 1 ; 12 innincs Brooklyn, 2; Chicago, 6 ^ Philadelphia, 6; Pittsburg. 4 . AMERICAN LEAGUE. W . L. Pc t. AV • 89 47 .655 : Chi .... 64 ■ 81 53 .605 St r, ... 62 . .4 64 .536IN Y . . .61 ,.i 0 63 .526|CIeve ..42 HcmiIIm. Detroit, 3; Philadelphia Boston. 4: Cleveland. 3. \\ashington, i; st. Louis, Chicago, 7; New York, 5 Phil . Host Det Wash Pet. .471 .459 .449 .307 2 . EAGER. w. L. Pet. 67 65 .507 60 73 .452 59 76 .437 FEDERAL . W. L. Pet. !>'! .....77 59 .5661 Bklyn hill .....,6 60 .559 K C Balt ----71 61 .5371st L Buf ----70 63 ,526|Pitts '.____ „ liCNUltM. Buffalo, 3; St. Louis 1 Indianapolis, 5; Brookivn, 4 Pittsburg, 5; Chicago, 3. Kansas City, 5; Baltimore, 1. GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK. Minneapolis Grnln. ■ 1 nl I iT e£ V?° lls '.i S f!P t - 21.—Wheat, Sept. f 1 - 08 »• Dee., $1.1314; May, $1.19*4- No 1 iTv no L 1 , 3 *: n °- 2 on rt hern H.IO^J, No. 1 durum, $1.0484: No J corn 1 5c; No. 3 white oats, 56e; barley mal ing' 6be; No. 2 rye, 90e; No. 1 flax r- , , „ Duluth Grain. Sep L Jl; — Wheat. Sept., ti' 99 ^' v? ec '7 ? 1 — 0 Ik ; No. I northern, *1-22*4; No. 1 durum, $1.06*4. South St. I*«nl Livestock. South St. Paul. Sept. 21.—Cattle Steers. $6.0008.50; cows, $5.00(37 00 calves, $4.50® 11.00; hogs, $8.4008 6o" sheep and lambs, $4.5008.00. , Chicago Livestock. c 21.—Hogs—Receipts 5.000; Arm: bulk. $8.5009.10; light, $8 85 ®»-50; mixed, $8.3609.50; heavy. $g 18 SpoV° : r °ugh, $8.1508.30; pigs,'$5.25@ .a ™^, e r^ teceipt ' s - 500 : w-eak; beeves $6.90011.00; steers. $6.3509.25- stock ers and feeders, $5.50 0 8.35; cows and heifers, $8.-009.30; halves, $8.500 12 25 Sheep—Receipts, 7,000; slow- sheen' $3.30 0 6.10; yearlings, $6.20 © 7 15 ! lambs. $i.25©8.S0. ' Butter Eggs and Poultry. Minneapolis, Sept. 21. — Butter — Creamery extras. 30c; extra firsts 27c firsts, 26c; seconds. 24c; packing stock! 21c. Eggs—Fresh prime firsts, free from rots, dirties and checks, doz, 24c current receipts, rots out. $6.60; checks and seconds, doz., 16*4c; dirties, can died. per doz.. 17c. Live Poultry—Tur keys. fat. 10 lbs. and over. 16c; thin and small, 12c; roosters, 10c; hens, 4 lbs. anJ over. 13c; hens, 3 to 3*j lbs., 11012c; geese, fat, 10c; ducks, white, lie; col ored.- 9c; young guineas, doz.. $5.00; broilers, 2 Ills, and over, lb., 14c; 2'-a lbs. each and over, lb., 13c. German Offensive Halted. Petrograd, Sept. 21.—The following communication was issued by the chief of the general staff: "On the front in eastern Prussia the armies of General Rennenkampff definitely stop ped ou Sept. 17 the offensive move ment of the Germans. At several points the Germans are falling back and shifting, to new positions. "On the Austrian front the pursuit of the enemy continues. The Russian ire approaching tlie defensive posi ions of Sienawa, Jaroslau and Prze w si (Galieio)." Relief Work Well in Hand. Washington. Sept. 19. —Assistant Secretary Breekenridge reports from London that as European relief work is well in hand it is probable he will start for the United States oil the cruiser Tennessee about Oct. 1. Allies Claim Progress. Paris, Sept. 19.—The allies have pro gressed somewhat ou their western wing and are repulsing a vigorous Ger man offensive movement, according to an official announcement made by the French war department. FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILLTO WORK A Weak, Nervous Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly dia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. on ap tlie & at but of off the are de in im 17 tc Kasota, Minn. — "I am glad to say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done more for me than anything else, and I had the best physi cian here. I was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work and suf fered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and now I feel like a different person. I believe there ia nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound for weak women and young girls, and I would be glad if 1 could influence anyone to try the medi cine, for I know it will do all and much more than it is claimed to do." —Mrs. Clara Franks, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple crest Farm, Kasota, Minn. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should be convinced of the ability of Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound to re store their health by the many genuine and truthful testimonials we are con stantly publishing in the newspapers. If you have the slightest, doubt that Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Com pound will help you,write to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad A'ice. 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To the lovely island of Capri, with Its perennial summer, its blue grotto, and its lemon groves, came, some fifty years ago, a ruined artist. He opened an inn, and died rich. In his will, leaving the inn to his heirs, he made these conditions: "The charge per day, two botUes of red Capri wine included, is never to be more than six francs. "If any artist is too poor to pay he shall paint a picture upon some wall space, receiving all the accommoda tion accorded to those paying the high est price. "If any German artist shall come to the inn he shall be accommodated, and shall receive the amount of his fare to Germany upon his promising never to return to Italy." The inn is conducted today on these conditions. Its walls are covered with paintings. Now and then a German gets his fare home. Two women are serving on the ad visory council for medical research appointed by the English government A woman isn't necessarily industry ous because she has a busy tongue. SICK DOCTOR Proper Food Put Him Right. The food experience of a physician In his own case when worn and weak from sickness and when needing nour ishment the worst way, is valuable: "An attack of grip, so severe It came near making an end of me, left my stomach in such condition I could not retain any ordinary food. I knew of course that I must have food nourish ment or I could never recover. "I began to take four teaspoonfuls of Grape-Nuts and cream three times a day and for 2 weei^s this was almost my only food. It tasted so delicious that I enjoyed it immensely and my stomach handled it perfectly from the first mouthful. It was so nourishing I was quickly built back to normal health and strength. "Grape-Nuts is of great value as food to sustain life during serious attacks in which the stomach is so deranged it cannot digest and assimilate other foods. 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