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ALONG THE GUlf GUlffires
fires Down and Damage at atNew atNew
New Orleans Impossible Impossibleto
to Ascertain AscertainHIGH AscertainHIGH
+ + + + + + + + t + + + + + + t t +
+ N Xeov w Orlean Orleans Sept > AAfter > Uter at at1c1nin ati
1c1nin i ning < < a velocity or III miles an anro anrour
+ ro rour r at t New Orleans tonight the1FeAt the theedt
1FeAt edt Indian hurricane which ftruek ftruekLoutslana atruckLouisiana
+ Louisiana and M MiaMaalppl ppl cult coastrtS coast coutws
+ + ws reduced In Its Intensity late to tol1izht tonight
+ + night nightit
+ ft left four dead at New Orleana Orleanand Orleatuand
+ and nd perbaps r others alo along the suit suitlast gulfoast
+ last though no definite ad1oes of ofmortality ofnrtaUty
+ mortality In other tlo ttons have been beenthus beenthus
+ thus far received here hereThe hereThe
+ The property loss In New Orleans Orleaylll Orleansill
+ ylll ill exceed 31 008 008T +
+ + tttt + + + m086 m086tttt + + + 1 1Toulsville + + + + +
T Toulsville Ky SePt 1ItWlth New Or Orns
1 < ns entirely atrlpped ot wire COIDJDunf COIDJDunftl
tton tl < 11 and reports coming from points pointscIng potnteDng
cIng the gulf betwEen Pailcsala Miss Ktard
rd Pensacola Fla of If hite high tides and andJiJJs andaid
aid or hur cane velocity it was ap aptent aparent
< tent tonC toalght ht that the gcie lIt storm whiCh whiChc whichcue
c cue < < d < t that Bt fJl sectlaa < t1 < llt ertrcd 8l toolLY tr + day kid kidrsrtiS ad adMTk
MTk rsrtiS neavSSy aV Y in ps1 dxopav > TY 6vmsg 6 6f SC SClure > >
lure v1 f fi IISecu fiXu
Xu atvlceg a rlce have been received from fromTV
TV Urleaus since I oclock this alter
n 1 At that time the Auoclated Auoclated1nfnned Press Presstnfrmed
1nfnned that the piling up of the theII therlf
II rlf t wa waters tftrs at the mouth of the I1Mts MfaMarwl I1Mtshad
rwl had already ca caned a rise of three tbreet
t at New Orleanll result unpre unprecented < e ente
nte < l
Villages May Suffer Sufferf11e
f11e present pre cnt stage of the rivet and the theeight IheIgilt
eight > > of the levee w will l admit of much mucbt mucheater
eater t > ter rise without much damage to toew toew
ew Orleans but the large number of ofiilagea oft
t iilagea lICdtt acattared < Ied tet between n the city and andgulf
gulf 111 coast likely will suffer severe severeJ severeTire
J Th Tire moat threatening of the definite definiteCeB
1 fees CeB Thus faT received 8 ve ctmas ct > from 1T JD 1e 1eI Ien Ienr > >
I < Qa were the wind had attained a adndty alocity
dndty ot mty miles an hour and wu wur
r > aI artalltlc Iltyn n asing reasingL asingJp1er
Jp1er L ler tonight the lito storm apparentlywas apparentlywasiried apparently was wasaded wasand
iried aded lloltheellt across Florida and la lam
m and northward IToto Louisiana Be Bet
l of Increasing P1es toward Hatteratl HatteratlI
I n were received receivedt
t Mobile Ala the situation was seri serit erlthe
t the waters of the bay plOD < < along alongtk alongtr
tk water front at an alarming rate rateCommunication tf tfCommunlcatlon
Communication Cut Off Offnailroad Off1ailroad
nailroad COIDllunlcatlon with New Or
1 J1M by waY of Mobile 18 entirely cl1t cl1tf
f a great deal of track being wUlhcd wUlhcdclt
oat clt Trains are beil being detoured by way wayMeridian wayMeridian
Meridian Miss but It Ia possible poe ible oem eomIIuntltioo oemuunicaion
IIuntltioo by that route may have been beeno beendocked
o docked as advicell from Louisiana and andfisisslppl andJisissippi
fisisslppl point nOlt no ih of f New OrleJ1 OrleJ1dlted ckkanaruted
dlted that too pie had reeeed those thOllela thoselaces
la laces also
Meager Reports Reportshmphis ReportsIemphis
hmphis Tenn Sept ltlFragrnentary ltlFragrnentaryTorts
Torts r orts from points > In southern LOU ioulsl ioulsls II
01 s an an4 Mississippi sa say a 1 Were ve tropical treplcalIIT tropicalnnicene
IIT nnicene C10e S1H swept pt the MIsslppiLoulsiana MIsslppiLoulsianaloast
coast tonight damaging shipping shippingking shippingking
king numerous frail structures aDd aDdimpt andi
i uely impt impeding lllg railroad traffic traffici
i he It Illinois Central railroad announced announeedac
oat ac train had been detoured over the thezoo
3 zoo MississippI Valley tracks da dalaln viaFartn
laln Rouge the tracks of the Illinois Illinoist Illinoistntral
t tntral > ntral railroad between New Orleans OrleansKenner
1 Kenner being under water and many manyl manyZiles
l Ziles its of track washed away
from Biloxi and Scranton on the gulf plft
c st t of Mls8lsslppl meager reports of ofOYlllch ofrch
OYlllch rch damage to shipping and buildings buildingsIg
Ig the bactn ach have been received At Atl Atsat
l sat one life was lest loRatches lestatchea
atches Miss Wall eat off from com comv i iLmllatioa
v Lmllatioa by wire wireHong I
Hong the Texas coast no damage has haai
i n reported this se section tion apparently hav havg
g escaped the force of the storm 111 111tora Incctern
cctern tora LouiBi Louisiana na at Crowley anti 1en Jenings 1ening
ing > < conJ eonderabii rahl property c1amaae Me Melllt hassuite
suite lllt cI 1 Twutfilnls or the unharvested unharvestedi I IcP
i cP it is h yl1fy ile red d to haTe bc ben n d ds dsDamage I IDalng
Damage at New Orleans Orieanslialta Orleanstthuraa
tthuraa lialta I s Sept pt 20Tbe Postal Tee TeeOJp
OJp 4 y had IL m maisage < sage from ram New Newt 8W 8WIfa
Ifa t r More the wires went down downt
t > il in c t sctc ral al houses had been U un unr I It
r t fe std tIIi at much damage hlma P h bud d bL been beenrvuni n nml
rvuni ml t the Rigelets Railroads we were werer
r 1 u up anti three wrecks acre JportedI repotted
ill I wires to Texas were IOtt I
ew < w York Sept 2OThe first independent indepen indepencnt
dent body of citizens of Greater New NewIrk Newrk
Irk to cboo choose e a candidate for mayor for forapproaching fortt
tt approaching municipal election select slecttonight selecttt
tt tonight for this honor Supreme Court Courtlstiee CourtLstiee
> lstiee William Gaynor of Brooklyn He Hes
> s nominated with enthusiasm at Cooper CoopertTli CooperUnion
tTli Union n at a mass meeting of the Municl MuniciTa1 Municlfal
fal Democracy an organization of pro proPfo8 progiws
Pfo8 ive V6 Democrats ot the city
111 required petition to make the noml nomliu
iu 11 legal was then elrculatld and 1100 1100t
t Ignature were obtained Two thousand thousandn
n n 1 > quired i
Continued from Page 1 1elslon 1elsion
elslon shall be prompt finAl ana eUec eUectlve effeetive
Facllitat Rate Appeals AppealsIt
It hJ proposed new by a number of ofgentlemen ofgentlemen
gentlemen of my cabinet who have confeTned con conrend
rend with some members of the tutor Illterstate tutorstate
state commerce copmdsslon to facilitate taeilitatetM facilitatethese
tM these appeals from the comAiiatslon by t tcreation the thecreation
creation of B separate Interstate com commerce commerce
merce court of five members which shall shall81t shallsit
sit In Wa Washington blnlftou and which shall be bethe b bthe
the only court to which petitions to setaside set setaJIIde
aside or nullify the orders of the inter intercommerce Interstate
state commerce commission can be made madeand madeand
and it is proposed to allow a single judge judgeto
to make an order staying the proceedings proceedIBgsOf
Of the Interstate commerce commission commissionbut n nbut
but sixty days and thereafter that no noInjunction nolnjuncuon
Injunction shall be allowed against the theorder theorder
order of the cornmlllSion unless granted grantedby
by the whole court of five members membersA
A eeeond change in the interstate com commeroe cornmetrs
meroe law ought to give to the commission commissionthe
the power to heal and entertain com complaints complsints
plaints against unjust classlticatIon of ofmercban4lse ofmerchandise
merchandise for transportation It Is per pertectly perfectly
tectly clear that by in Including < ludins articles In Inthe Inthe
the same class which ought to pay dif different different
ferent rates a railroad CAn commit ex exactly exaetly
actly the same kind of Injustice as it itwo itwould
wo would ld bJo Imposing an exorbitant rate as asto asto
to any ono class Hence I have not the theallghtest theslightest
slightest hellltatJ m In recommending to tocoocreu tocongress
congress that the power of the commls commlsBlon commission
Blon should b8 extended to include not notonly notonly
only the flx1n fixing of rate on a complaInt complaIntbut
but also the readjustment of e1a88lflca classification
tion If it proves cn complaint to be un unjuat unjust
New Rate ClassIficatIon ClassIficatIonUnder
Under the Interstate commerce law a anew anew
new rate classification Is to be flied with withthe withthe
the commission It 111 proposed now to toauthorbe toauthorise
authorbe the commission to p01i postpone tpone th thdate the thedate
date that InIcb new rate classification is isin J JtE
tE > take 1 effect proj prorided e that within thirty thirtyds4K t > > 1rty 1rtyCt
ds4K < Ct n f Att dale Ol a < 1 tk4 n o t a < < ecrt2 ecrt2plaint < < 1 < < C CItlalnt
plaint be fUed that such rate or t ciassi elasat1StMkom I IaUon
1StMkom aUon 18 nnmasonabSe 1 > > TeaM > Da > e OT 1 uniust > > jDat I am amlncBned amInclined
Inclined to think this i Is a fair exchange exchangeIn
In the provlBloo of the Jaw JawA lawA
A third amendment to the act should shouldprovide shouldprovide
provide that the commission may by order orderu ordersuspend
suspend u pend modify or annul any changes changesIn
In the rules or regulations which impose Imnoseundue imposeundue
undue burdens on shippers No o doubt doubtought doubtought
ought to be left with respect to the power powerof
of the COiDJDi commission ion on such It sUbject be beeau becat
eau o the rules and regulations of a rail railway railway
way are the means bf which Injustice Injulltlcemay Injusticemay
may be done to the hIpper It would wouldm wouldseem
seem m well to Impower the commission to tocompel tocompel
compel connecting carriers to unite In IntonnIng informing
forming through routes and to tb the therate therate
rate and the apportionment thereof thereofIIlOD thereofamong
among IIlOD the tb < a eaxrtera < 38 rieIt The eammigstar eammigstarshould mm < < ou ouhOIDd
should also be empowered to t 1UCYbe preserlbethe 1UCYbethe
the rules and regulations under which whichthe whichthe
the shippers shall have the privilege to todeslDate todesignate
designate the route over which their ship sblpments shipmenta
ments shall be carried to the destination destinationbeyond destinationbeyond
beyond that of the first carrier carrierAnother carrierAnother
Another most important amendment of ofthe ofthe
the Interstate commerce lawpart of ofwhich ofwhich
which was specifically promised In the theplatformIs theplatformis
platformIs a prohibition against any in intcmttate interstate
tcmttate railroad company acquiring stock stockin
in any nV competing railroad In the future tUtureand futureand
and a further provision that nu railroad railroadenppd railroadengaged
engaged In interstate commer shall shallatter shallafter
after a certain date hold stuck in a competinn com competin
petin railroad railroadAgree railroadAgree
Agree on Tariff Rates RatesIn
In addition to amendments to the law lawwhlcb lawwhich
which are lookin looking to a rather more dras drastic drastic
tic regulation of railroad rates than thanlIeretofore thanheretofore
heretofore another provision should te teadded headded
added by which raUroe railroads ll may be per permitted permitted
mitted to agree upon traffic rates and andmake andmake
make contracts with re respect pect to tttes that thatsball thatshall
shall not be pooling contracts but shall shallconatitute shallconstitute
constitute agreements as to ratespro ratesprov1ded ratesprovided
vided always that such agreements shall shallreceive shaltreceive
receive the approval of the interstate interstateconunerce Interstatecommerce
commerce commission commisslunThis
This brines me to the question of the theantitrust theantitrust
antitrust law Vhi1e we have not notthreshed notthreshed
threshed the whole matter out so as to toreach toreach
reach II definite conclu conclusion lon I am am still stillinclined tlll tlllIncUned
inclined to the view that the way to make makethe makethe
the antitrust law more effective is to tonarrow tonarrow
narrow Its scope somewhat 80 that it itshall itshall
shall not Include In its prohibition and anddenunciation anddenunciation
denunciation as a crime anything but a acoMDtracy aconspiracy
conspiracy or combination or contract en entered entered
tered Into with actual intent Int nt to monop monopollse monopolise
ollse or suppress competition In interstate interstatetnd Interstatetrade
trade tradeIt
It has been suggested that the law lawought lawought
ought to limit its denunciation to tho those thosecontracts e econtracts
contracts in restraint of trade that are areunreasonable areunreasonable
unreasonable I dont favor any such suchlimitation suchlimitation
limitation It seems to be proposed to toleave toleave
leave to the judges to decide what com combinations combinations
binations and contracts In restraint of oftrade oftrade
trade ought to be permitted to exist and andenforced andenforced
enforced on general grounds ff public publicpolicyin publicpolicyin
policyin other words to have the court courtattempt
attempt to establish some line between betweenwhat betweenwhat
what are called good and bad trusts as
if the suppression of competition In some
CS s was a good thing and In other cases
wa bad I cannot agree that an any such suchdistinction suchdistinction
distinction can be properly made madePunish
Punish All Combinations CombinationsAll
All combinations to suppress competl com ti tidon
don or to maintain a monopoly monopoly In whole whmeor
or in part of Interstate trade are and andshould andshould
should be in violation of the antitrust antitrustlaw
law and should be pun1 punished h < < l as such and andthere
there is no room for the expree expression expressionreasonable 1on
reasonable or unrea unreasonablein onab1ein this gen general general
eral view of the statute statuteThe statuteThe
The two statutes which must c claim i m the
of our congress in Its next sea
sion are the Interstate commerce law and andthe andthe
the antitrust Ja Jauother law lawAnother
Another aeries of questions for con congre811 congress
gre811 are with reference to the conserva conservation conservation
tion of resources Th These I sbell not discuss dis disCWIII
CWIII now but shall do later In my jour journey Jourfey
The monetary commission will prob probably probably
ably report so that its final conclusions coocluaionmay conclusionsmay
may be considered at the end of the thecoming thecoming
coming session or at the beginning of the thenext thenext
next In any evept we look forward to tothe tothe
the work which this congress has to do doWe doWe
We must be conscious that the measures measuresI
I have proposed will consume aU the thetime thetime
time there Is IsAll IsAll I
All this Is in tll tine line of performing
Strange as Fiction FictionNewspaper FictionNewspaper
Newspaper for Kidney and andRhe andRheumatic
Rhe Rheumatic matic Sufferers SUffeierSIn
In Germany there is n newspaper newspaperpublished newspaperpublished
published in the interests ot all rheu rheumatic rheumatic
matic sufferers su erers and each week srmp srmptoms symptoms
toms and treatments are discussed by byboth byboth
both laity and m medical dfcal men One OnescIentific Onescientific
scIentific contrIbutor related that a aformula aformula
formula originated especially to relieve relieekidney relievekidney
kidney dIsease bad almost phenomenal phenomenalvirtue phenomenalvirtue
virtue In the treatment of all forms of ofrheumatism ofrheumatlem
rheumatism rheumatismNo
No secret Js made of this formulawhich formula formulawhich
which Is composed of onehalf ounce ouncefluid ouncefluid
fluid extract Buchu one ounce com compound compound
pound fluId Balmwort and two ounces ouncescompcund ouncescompound
compound syrup Sarsaparilla mIxed mIxedIn
In a bottle and to be taken in tea teaspoonful teaspoonful
spoonful doses alter each meal and one oneat oneat
at retiring retiringA
A local druggist expressed the opIn opInIon opinion
Ion that every rheumatic and kidney kidneySufferer kidneysufferer
Sufferer will be grateful for this Item Itemthe itemthe
the promises of the Republican platform platformand
and we can certainly be discharging no nohigher nohigher
higher or more saered duty dlltyOmaha dutyOmaha
Omaha Neb Sept 20The The dinner at atthe atthe
the Oma Omaha club occupied the time from
510 to 830 oclock Presid9Dt Tafta remarks re remarks
marks were brief and he declared they theywere theywere
were not for the use of his suite by bywhich bywhich
which term he referred to the newspaper newspapermen
men who accompanied him himTonight himTonight
Tonight the presldent and his part partwere partywere
were en entertained rtained at the den ef th thKnights the theKnights
Knights of AkSarBen The inltlaU < lD USU8 us
03 r a Guws98IA > n p 02 d DlIT W AFQUB O > g7ab T8711P D uP07JI t ° T8 T8entitled
entitled Paperika SchlntreIr iu which whichM
< to eandda M < d < e Cdr adatsefatt ttdm o < < tc t eom1 eomgeserf eomgeserfto < e eto <
to take a prominent part Tonight r < nlght how however however
ever the program was varied with hits hitson
011 tbo president resident and others ot his party partywhlcb partywhich
which the president greatly enjoyed On Onot Oneof
ot the most te1Jin telling quips was a a scene ne on onthe
the golf lInk in which appeared a phys physIcal physleal I
Ical reproduction of Mr Ir Taft In the costume cos costume
tume so often shown In pictures of him himwith himwith
with his golf sticks sticksThe sticksThe
The party was taken directly from the theden theden
den to the station and the wa westward westwardjourney tward twardjourney
journey Was resumed on schedule time timeat
at lll p m They are due to arrive in inDenver InDenver
Denver at 2 p m tomorrow tomorrowCOOK tomorrowCools
Continued from Page 1 1and 1 1and
and leave him free to join his frlen friends a at atthat atthat
that point at 830 830On 830On
On account of the krge number of ofper ofpereons per per90lUJ
eons who will participate In the first firstIng Arstgreeting
greeting Ing to Dr Cook on this aide of the thtAtlantl theAtlantic
Atlantic < it would have been impossible impossibleto
to carrr out any of the original program programhad programhad
had he landed tOt today todayNearly lay layNearly
Nearly 2000 0IIt tickets have been old for fotthe forthe
the steamer Grand Republic on which whichthe whichthe
the committee from the Arctic club will willgo willgo
go don the bay tomorrow Slightly in inadance inadvance
advance of the steamer w will l go a tug tugtarlng tugbearing
bearing Mrs Cook and her children and andtht andthe
the explorers two brothers with two or orthree orthree
three members 01 the committee committeeThe
The plan ill to take Dr Cook from tll tllliner the theliner
liner aboard this tug thus enabling him himto himto
to spend the first few minutes following followinghis
his arrival at quarantine with his family familyThen faintlyThen
Then the tug will go alongside the Grand GranRepublic GrandRepublic
Republic and the explorer r will be taken takenon
on board for the last stage of the trip to toAmerlan toAmerican
American soil solirhe soilThe
The neighbors of Dr Cook In Brookl Brooklwere Brooklyn Brooklynwere
were equally concerned when they heard heardthat heardthat
that there was danger of his arrival arrivalahead arrivalahead
ahead of schedule time At the Bu Bushwick Bushwickclub hwkk hwkkclub
club a neighborhood where the ph physician physicianused slclan slclanu8ft
u8ft used to go they bad planned a rousing rousingwelcome rousingwelcome
welcome welcomeAfter welcomeAfter
After a triumphal procession through throughtbe
tare streets of Brooklyn the explorer will willreach willreach
reach the club house wh where re there will willbe willbe
be a reception and a luncheof1 aluncheonNo luncheof1No
No public events have been planned for forthe forthe
the Interval between the first welcome welcomeand
and the dinner to be gIven at the Wal WaldorfAstorla al aldorfAstorla
dorfAstorla Thursday night Mrs Cook Cookand Cookand
and her children have taken rooms at atthat atthat
that hotel hotelD hotelD
D Y Eskensen chairman of a com committee committee
mittee representing all the DlUd8hAm DanishAmerlean r
lean societies In this country received a awireless awireless
wireless message from Dr Cook today todayaccepting todayaccepting
accepting the Invitation to a banquet banquetwhich
which the joint associations will give here
In Dr Cooks honor The date has not notb1 notbeen
b1 been > en fixed fixedGOVERNOR fixedGOVERNOR
Continued from Page 1 1t1ently 1dently
t1ently reaJlaed the end was near aJthou aJthouhe although althoughhe
he aid nothing Mrs Irs Johnson was with withhim withhim
him himAt
At lii this morning Dr Mayo said saidThere saidThere
There is absolutely no hope How Howewr However
ever the governor will not die for eev several eeveral
eral hours yet possibly not before 5 6oclock 5odock
odock odockGovernor oclockGovernor
Governor Johnson was given liquid liquidnourishment liquidnourishment
nourishment twice Monday forenoon foftnoonthree forenoonthree
three ounce of strained chicken broth brothat
at a time which be retained Dr Mayo MayodresMd Mayodressed
dressed the wound at noon and reported reportedthat reportedthat
that he found it In good condition conditlonDr
Dr Mayo said In a bulletin issued at
1238 Monday afternoon afternoonGovernor afternoonGovernor
Governor Johnson bas passed the full fullfive fullfive
five days hospital crisis but yet his con condition condition
dition is critical and I cannot now say saythat saythat
that his chances are better than even evenHis evenHis
His weakness Is progressive His vital vitality Ital ItalIty
Ity is keeping up Well however There Thereare
are no indications of complications The Thegovernors Thegovernors
governors condition doe not prompt UII UIIto usto
to say that he has passed the critical period pe period
riod We cannot say this until we know knowthe
the effect of the nourishment he has hastaken hastaken
taken It may not agree with him
A Remarkable Invigorating Remedy RemedyThus
Thus spoke Mr J M Rittenhouse a wellknown and highly highlyrespected highlyf
f respected business and church man of N onistown Pa PaMr Par
Mr and Mrs Rittenhouse full of vigor hale and hearty heartycelebrated heartycelebrated
celebrated their golden wedding last year surrounded by bytheir b Y
1 r
1 their cl children ldren grandchildren and great greatg greatgrandchildren
g grandchildren grandchildreny andchildren andchildrenIn
In an Interview Ilr Rltt Rittenhouse nhouae aid 1 have usedDuff5 used usedDulf
Dulf s Pure Malt alt Whiskey for many years and find Itmost It Itmost
most beneficial and Invigorating to body brain and andlletVe andnerve
nerve I am troubled with malaria and And your medi mediir me I Inal
ir final whiskey a wonderful help to check It Whey Tb u used useds etl etlas
> s as pre prescribed crlbed Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey fa a retmUk retmUkable rtldnarlta
a r able remedy remldylhfa remedyv
v + Y lhfa cove Is similar to that of tboa8 thousands Dda or men and alldwomen andr
r f women w10 have been kept bale hearty and vigorous vigorousfar lgoroUlfar
far beyond the thctte thrneecore core and ten JltarkbyUte mark by the use of ofDuff f fDuffy
Duffy Duff Y s Pure Malt Wbl8t Whiskey y as a > medIeIIM nediehtc lt is s a r0 taco 4 4requiring
i Ksz requiring no dlge dtgestdrn titm which hu a stimulating fund funda fundrj n4 n4tonIc
° rj tonIc effect upon the system systemP1
P1 J f Ik it L Le
e Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey Whiskeyh
h a tonic stimulant Is one of the greatest strengthgivers known to scIence scIenceIt U 17U
t Zp
It aid In destroying duee geed and by its building and heating properties propertiesshU propertiesasists
shU In restoring rIng tJ tissues ue8 In a gradual healthy natural manner It Is a a aonderfui Q Qironderfui
onderfui remedy in the treatment and cure ot CCIII iiipUOA lPU J pneumonia pneumoniarIpp4 A Arlppe
rIpp4 JJmnchitis r coughs colds malaria 101rtv stomach troubles and andsell
ell 111 VIItIl vr Ur S weak w ak n ned d diseased conditions
ta taif
11 In 11 r f eIvIt 1 Ln write rlte Medical Department t The Duffy Man ZVhlikey Vhl k kCompH a atompi F
CompH r HJleskr i n hestcr Pew York stating your case full fully Our doctors wUllIend wUllIendYU Sri r ryou
YU ac i r tUwr t alto 1m a 11mdololJlc illustrated medical booklet contain coptalnJTI Q Qni
JTI ni you CW r unnY g Ldfvg r kltr irceived from men and women in all alle Q Qika
e dk ika or Iff lath old ana young who have been cured and benefited h by the Uler
r t HIj ITJat Kr trt Jjdjjnl It j i cold t t e ywhre by rugglts S1OeTi S1OeTiH < rl IiLti IiLtiL
L i r iyr l H JJ 11
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1r 4ri1 THE FALL OPENING is proving an unprecedented success successThe 1 n
The store is beautiful the displays exquis exquisite te while the demon demonstrati dcmonstration
strati stration on of head headwear wear anclaostumes and oostumes on living figures attracted attractedenthusiastic
V Venthusiastic
1 enthusiastic attention If you Were notahle not able yesterday to visit the kk c store 1VD 1VDcome f
come today
tp 911 3 3i
i te t B
Utahs first cereal food factory to be erected at Trenton E Kaeser Architect
Ground will soon be broken at Tren Trenton Trenton
ton Cache valley for the tint cereal cerealfOOd cerealfood
fOOd factor In Utah uUlb which will mark markan markan
an entirely new departure In the manu manufacturing manufacturing
facturing field Plans for thIs great greatplant greatplant
plant are now being completed by E EKaeser JIMaeser
Kaeser a Salt Lake architect The ac accompanying c ccompanying
companying picture Is a faithful representation repre representation
sentation of what the structure will look lookUke looklike
like wh < > n finished Th The estimated cost costot costof
ot the pl plant nt ill bt between > twttn G000 OOO and I000 I000The 1 ooo oooThe
The company back of tile big proJect Is Ist isthe
t the e United Development company made madeup madeup
up of local and eastern capital with offices of offices
fices In the Newhouse building
The plant will be 65xlOO feet and four foutstories fourstones
stories high with a commodious base baseSALT baseSALT
Continued from Page 1 1with 1with
with typhoid fever for weeks but that thatnotblng thatnothing
nothing the was given out by the physicians physiciansuntD
until the officials of the board of health healthstartecl healthstarted
started out to run down aU of the cases casesThe casesThe
The finding of one case would generally generallylead
lead to the dlsclosi disclosing of another and In Inthis inthis
this manner many new c cases were foupd foupdL1st foupdlast
last week In fact seven cases were werediscovered werediscovered
discovered at the 1 L D S hospital which whichhad whichhad
had never been reported to the boIIId of ofhealth ofhealth
health healthNo healthNo
No reasonable explanation n bas been beenmade beenmade
made of the number of typhoid cases on onthe onthe
the northeast t bench generally the most mosthealthful mosthealthful
healthful portion of the city It was at atflr8t atfirst
first believed that milk from the MossBros Moss MossBros
Bros dairy at Woods Gro cross s was re responsible tosponaible
sponsible for this but the milk bas not notyet notyet
yet been analyzed by City Chemist ChemistHarms ChemistHarms
P A Droubay thinks it 18 what the thepeople thepeople
people up there eat rather than the milk milkor
or water that baa caused the typhoid typhoidI
I believe It is In the fruit and veget vegetabJ vegetabirs
abJ abirs < s said Mr Droubay ye yesterday trday
Nearly every grocer In Salt Lake dis displays displays
plays his ware on the sidewalk In the thedirt thedirt
dirt and filth which accumulates The Thedust Thedust
dust from the streets Is especially notice noticeatle noticeable
able Just buy some fruit especially etlpeciallygraps especiallygrapes
grapes put them In a pan and turn on onthe onthe
the water Then look at what there Is IsIn isin
In the bottom of that pan I believe right rightthere rightthere
there iB where you ou get the typhoid typhoidDr
Dr T B Beatt eeretary of the tate stateboard tateboard
board of health started an Investigation Investigationyesterday Investigationyesterday
yesterday Into the roods Crass affair affairbut affairbut
but it has hasnot not progressed far Dr Beatty
is still of the opinion that tiles are more morereoponslble moreresponsible
responsible for the present condition th than thananything n nanYthing
anYthing else He thinks probably the tbeepidemic theepidemic
epidemic might have started through throughmilk throughmilk
milk but that flies spread the remainder remainderand
and the failure of physicians to report reportcaae reportcases
cases added dded still more to the chances for forapre fora
a apre spread d of the disease diseaseIt
It Is believed that there will be fewer fewercase fewercases
case cases reported to the board of health to today to today
day and will leave an opportunity for forthe forthe
the officials to Investigate more seriously
than has yet been attempted Into the theprobable theprobable
probable cause of the present epidemic epldemIeWITHOUT epidemicWITHOUT
Chicago Sept 2OT1Ie Chicago ChicagoNorthwestern I INorthwestern
Northwestern railroad carried 27000000 27000000paasengers 27000000passengers
passengers during the year ending June JunID
ID ltoo without a single loss of life aceording ac aceordlng
eordlng to a report issued by the road roadtoday roadtoday
today The other road which have thus tbU8far thusfar
far announced a clear record of this kind kindfor kindfor
for a year Include the Pennsylvania too tooBurlfn theBurlington
Burlington Burlfn ton and the Santa Fe FeSPANISH FeSPANISH
Madrid Sept aIt is offlelally an annOUJaCed annotsnoed
nOUJaCed that the Spanish troops at MelD MclBIa
Ia 1 bare commenced their advance against againstthe
the Moors
lore than three thousand camphortrees camphor camphortrees
trees have been set out fa I Florida FlortdaSmyrna FloridaSmyrna
Smyrna figs flourish In the San SanJoaquin SanJoaquin
Joaquin valley CaL as In their native nativelaDd nativeland
land laDdElectric
Electric ran welding is said to prevent pre prevent
vent a large forti portion on of the nOl noise ofthe of ofthe
the passage 0 ofthe the rolling stock etockThe stockThe
The total length of road operated operatedunder operatedunder
under the block system at the begin beglRning beginning
ning of the year wu 5518 miles a anet anet
net increase over the previous year of ofi79
i79 i79rhe
The twelfth International congress congresson
on alcoholism held 10 Lorio was at attended attended
tended by about 1490 members fn fncludlng Ineluding
eluding four hundred delegates from fromabroad fromabroad
abroad abroadIn
In the Journal of f the African 50 50dety Soclety
dety the opinion is expressed by Mr MrScllous MrSellous
Scllous 1 hat contrary to the general gen6ralbeilef generalbelief
belief gjrfls and elephantS are In Inno 1nno
no danger n i being exterminated in inAfrica inAfrica
Africa AfricaOne AfricaOne
One of n 1i5 n t faJJtastk ballooning haQoonlngprojects ballooningprojects
projects Ot tile past was that of an anAustrian anAustrian
Austrian who suggested nearly a cen century century
tury ago that balloon might be beglJ beguided
glJ guided dd ill any ck t red direction with withtt 1 1t1
t1 dl lit t1 tratu lj shJ I
ment The dimensions given are exclu exclusive eaclusave
save of the boiler house which is con considered conaldered
sidered separately from the main buIld buIlding building
ing ingThe
The framework of the building will be beof beof
of heavy steel Reinforced concrete and andcement andcement
cement brick win be the principal other otherbuilding
buDding material used The buildingthroughout building bnikdhrgthroughout
throughout will be constructed with a aview aview
view of furnishing the greatest possible posstblerlIi5tan possibleresistance
rlIi5tan resistance tQ the In incessant t jai of ma machinery
chinery chineryPromoters chineryPromoters
Promoters are now In the east arran arranIng arrang arranging < <
Ing for shipment of the steel and machinery ma machlnery
chlnery The plant designed by experts expertswill expertswill
will be thoroughly up to date In every everypartleular everyparticular
particular particularMISS
Special to The lIeraldRepubUcan lIeraldRepubUcanEphraim
Ephraim Sept 20One 1 De of the largest largestfunerals largestfunerals
funerals ever held In SprIng City was wasthat as asthat
that of Miss Ethel Allred held yesterday yesterdayafternoon
afternoon Xi Miss Allred was found dead deadin
in her bed at 630 oclock Friday morning lDOIJIingShe
She had been suffering some with heart hearttrouble hearttrouble
trouble during the last two years but butwas butwas
was not bedfast until about two weeks weekso weeksPROVO weeksago
ago o
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPrOTO
PrOTO Sept 2OJudge A A Noon wasbusy was wasbusy
busy Monday Ardelio hearing petty caeS caeSGulermo
Gulermo Areiio and Rafeal Rafeal Florea two twoMexicans twoMexicans
Mexicans were tined t5 for drunkenness drunkenneaat
at Colton They had been at work on onrailroad onrailroad
railroad construction One of the Meal Mexican Mealcan
can feast days was their excuse excusePeter excusePeter
Peter Carmicle was fined 35 for steal lIteaJing stealing
ing a suit of underclothes He gave them themto
to William Crampton Cram ton who was first ar arrested arrested
rested for the crime crime and held until Car Carmlele Carmille =
mlele confessed confessedRichard conf sed sedRichard
Richard Pope sheriff of Ulntah county
brought a craay Indian to the asylum asylumWhile asylumWhile
While here he tried to get some clue to tothe i
the hereabouts of George Hood sus suspected suspected
pected pected of the murder of John Jarvll at atBridgeport
Bridgeport last Jute JuteThe JweThe
The Denver 01 Rio Grande Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompany
company has brought suit In the district districtcourt districtcourt
court against all the unknown heirs of
Samuel Clayton deceased to condemn condemnhc
hc south half of lot 4 block 4 plat A
Provo city survey of city lots necessary
for the union d depot depotNephi lIOt lIOtNephl
Nephl Straw and others from Spring
vllIe haw petitioned the county commie commiesloners
stoners for an appropriation of 1000 to toenlarge toenlarge
enlarge the fish hatchery on Spring
creek The commissioners had 1l similar simllQlpetition similarpetition
petition from Chief Deputy Fish and
Game Warden Brig Madsen fad en at the last lastsession lastsession
session of the board but no action baa
been taken takenPEACE takenPEACE
Chicago Sept 1 20Peace Peace for at least
tID three e year wa assured in the street streetcar streetear
car situation In this thI city by the signing 1pi 1pitodaY
todaY by union officials of the wage wagescale a e escale
scale offered by the street car officials of ofthe ofthe
the north and west aide lines The scale scaleis Ie IeI
is I practically the same as that alcept alcepta accepted accepteda
a few days ago by employe of the south southside southside
side lines Material concessions are grant granted
ed too men menVhen menWhen
When a man or woman womanfinds womanfinds
finds sickness coming on onsuch onsuch
such aIS indigestion weak weakeyes
eyes kidney troilble etc etcit etcit
it is time some attention attentionis
is given to the subject of offood offood
food and drink drinkIn
In practically all such suchcases suchcases
cases where coffee or tea teais teaIs
is Is the drink one can ob obtain obtain
tain relief by quitting the thecoffee thecoffee
coffee or tea and taking takingPostum takingPostum
Postum for he leaves off offa
a drink that is an active activeproducer activeproducer
producer of disease and andtakes andtakes
takes in its place a apowerful apowerful
powerful liquid food that thatcontains thatcontains
contains elements for le rebuilding lebuilding
building the nerve centres centreswhich centreswhich
which have heretofore heretoforebeen heretoforebeen
been torn down downuTherels downTheres
uTherels a Reason
A feature of the plant which Is In keep
Ing with the plan of many big factories factoriesIn
In the east Is the establishment of rest restrooms restrooms
rooms for the hundreds of employesmany employes employesmany
many of whom will be girls girlsPlanII girlsPlans
Plans are al also o being drawn up for cosy cosyeottagea cosycottages
cottages for the superintendent and other otherofficials otherofficials
officials The grounds especially In infront
front will be beautified by lawns flowers flowenshrubs flowersshrubs
shrubs and trees treesThe treesThe
The plant will be erected on ground groundI
I near the Or Oregon son Short Line stadpn lta at atTrenton atTrenton
Trenton The foundation for the build buildIng building
Ing will be in before the heavy frosts frostscome frostscome
come and it is expected to have the plant plantin
in running order before the middle of next nextsummer nextsummer
summer summerPROVO summerPROVO
Special to The HeraldRepubUean HeraldRepubUeanProvo
Provo Sept ODemocrats have decided decidedthat decidedthat
that Sept 29 9 would he the be best t time to tohold tohold
hold city primaries Their convention 18 18slated 7sslated
slated for Oct 8 at the Opera house Apportionment Ap Apporti
porti portionment ment of delegates follows First Firstward Firstward
ward 43 Second ward 22 2 Third ward
12 Fourth ward is SIxth ward 29 The Thepices Theplaces
places for holding the primaries are as asfollows asfollows
follows First ward Xaeser school Sec Second Second
ond ward district court room Third Thirdward Thirdward
ward FranklIn school Fourth ward TIm TImpaDUg08 Timpanogos
paDUg08 school hool Fifth ward Parker Parkerschool Parkerschool
school schoolWilford schoolWilford
Wilford F GIles Is spoken of as a can candidate candidate
didate for mayor on the Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket lIe favors prohibition Some mem members members
bers of the Democratic party say that thatthey thatthey
they are not in favor of prohibition prohibitionGI prohibitionRECORD
Ohio Brewer Would Not Pay 500 500Save t tSave
Save Wife From Prison PrisonCleveland PrisonCleveland
Cleveland 0 Sept 20Rather Rather thanloan than thanloan
loan his wife 500 which would have kept kepth kepther
h her r from goin going to prison Jacob Fickel a abrewer abrewer
brewer saw her sentenced to the peai peaitentiary eII1
tentiary for two yeans here today Sen Sentence Sentence
tence was suspended and Mrs In Fickels FickelslIOn
lIOn will attempt to raise the money and andve andsave
save ve hIs mother motherMrs motherMrs
Mrs Fickel embealed WQ3i6 from the theestate theestate
estate of Bertha Boae Bosenhardt bardt while acting actinga
as a her guardian She wall convicted but butJudge butJudge
Judge Vickery told Mrs Fickel abe could couldgo couldgo
go free If she would repay the money moneyTIle moneyThe
TIle Judge scored Fickel because be bewould hewould
would DOt pay the amount of embeale embealement embesslement
Watch the adeand youU find findan findan
an opportunity to buy the things thinpyouve thingsyouve
youve simply been wish wishing in you youcould ou oucould
could afford to buy buyTIlE buyTHE
for I H Whipple III the Second ward 1nLrdmeeting wardmeeting
meeting house win be given Wednee Wedneedayenlug Wednesday
dayenlug day evening 1 instead 8tead of this evening aa aaprlilously aspreviously
previously announced Mr Whipple Whipplele1we8 Whippleleaves
leaves for England Friday afternoon of ofthis ofthis
this week
With Withai a aTberfnos I
Thermos TberfnosBottle ThermosBottle i
Bottle BottleYou
You can have a hot drink at an anmoment ai aimoment
moment when automobiling automobilingRetalnll automobilingRetain
Retain beat without fire to totwentyfour fotwentyfour °
twentyfour h hours hoursSpecially r rSpecfaUy
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30 West 1st South SouthAMATEUR I I II IAMATEUR
New York Sun SunSenator SunSenator
Senator toe Dixon of Montana il is got gtWig gottin
tin Wig repute 8JI the amateur specialist iI iIAmerican i iAmerican
American histol history of the upper chum chamher chumbee
her The Montana manwho is 11 11yet ityet
yet 42 years old by the aywa Lr LrIn j jin
In North Carolina though be has Ii IiIn lirt lirtin
In the north almo almost t aU his life Nt Nturally N t tually
urally being both a northerner an In1 i isoutherner 1 1southerner
southerner he has takeDa deep iaterir iateririn iltrt r rIn
In the campaigns of the Civil war an ankno antknows
kno knows that era with remar remarkable ble aeu aeuracy act ii iiracy
racy He bad a chance recently to T Tvel uved
vel In the old battle fields which 11 lie lieabout i iabout
about Washington aDd he was a It Itl 1 1eral
eral l education to the party of friEJo friEJowhu frierswho
who bad gone out with him in his 111 111touriD bitouring
touring car fair a general sightseeing sightseeingtrip
trip tripAt
At GettYSburg he almost wore out h hparty I Iparty
party with chasin chasing over the field all allIn8l8tlng aninsisting
insisting on verl verlfyhlg certain theories ht htbad lithad
bad long entertained about that Oat Oattle battie
tie tleOn
On the wa way back to Washington tl tlparty tiparty
party passed through Frederick l lthe tthe
the alleged scene of the alleged B Bbara i t tbars
bars Pnetchlee alleged adventure w if ifStonewall I IStonewall
Stonewall Jackson He Insisted on onIng onhug
hug the house where Barbara wa waved wl t ti tiflag 1 1tlag
flag and an accommodating guide cuitieable guideable
able to point It out outIt outIt
It has been historically demons demonstrat demonstrated tra t ted
ed that Barbara Frletchle Is a labr1 labr1cation fabrcation
cation suggested an iconoclast 1conocJaEtMr
Mr Dixon proceeded to elucidate > t1 t1historic terhistoric
historic data in 8Ppport ot the their theirthat IDeothat
that Barbara really did live and nl nlthe viathe
the flag and he got his way too Ii Iibody ro robody
body else knew anything about he heBURGLARS her herBURGLARS
Burglars were frightened away flc flcCallfOl1lIa ft i ithe
the CallfOl1lIa Wine company etabli establimeat etabliIDIIDt =
meat at 144 West Second South IIt Street et I Illiaht 1fight
fight b by the timely arrival of Policema PolicenaDan
D Dan n Grundvlg who answered the call calla
a burglar alarm from that place 1 1ml i imiscreants
ml miscreants creanta had broken a rear window wintlowforced windowforced
forced a door leading Into tile front r rh o
h n Grumlvi < surprised them
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