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I 10 91E HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909
WAR VETERANS Of
UTAH IN SESSION
Artillery Association of Span
ishAmerican War Elects
Corps of Officers
At a well attended meeting last night
ot veterans ot the SpanishAmerican war
the organization ot the Utah Artlllt
association was perfected and permanent
officers elected The association which
in Its nature Is similar to the national
organization at Spanl5hAmerican VaX
Veterans wlll embrace In Its membership
all members of former batteries A and
B of the Utah National Guard and who
saw service In the Philippines
The officers elected last night were
Chairman W E Slater secretary Elmer
G Thomas executive committee W T
Dcnn J J Myers and W H Farnes A
committee on constitution and bylaws
was alo appointed consisting ot Emil
Johnson Thomas lIollben and J S Fer
guson
There are now about 300 ot the batteries
who saw service In the philippines and
who are eligible to membership In the
association ot this number there are
about 300 In Utah and the remainder
scattered throughout the country It Is
expected within a short time to have every
veteran In the state enrolled In the as
sodatlon
It was decided last night that the first
vent ot the new association wlll bc a
banquet to be given on Feb 4 1910 the
nnniversary ot the outbreak of the Fili
pIno Insurrection in which the batteries
participated The next meeting ot the
W5soclatlon will be held Dec 1
BUYS fiNE fURNITURE
Copper National Bank to Have Beau
tiful Offices in Newhouse
Building
A Chicago firm will furnish and dec
orate the Interior of the Copper National
bank which Isto occupy the Main street
side ot the Newhouse building at Main
street and Exchange place the contract
I having just been awarded The contract
price has not been announced but it Is
saId to reach close to OOO approxi
mately 29000 of which will be for fur
niture and fixtures and the remainder for
dNoraUve purposes
The Freed Furniture Carpet company
secured the contract for the furnishIngs
but they will be placed by A H Andrews
of ChIcago
When finIshed the new bank will bo one
ot the most handsome In the west and
will b8 thoroughly modern in all of Its
equIpment The Interior finishing will be
mainly of marble The counters will be
faced with tinted marble with varied and
delicate hues and veInshadIngs It will
be surmounted with bronze grill work
c mtalning inch and onehalt panels of
Idouble plate glass
The lobby floor will be ot blocked white
Italian marble The furniture will be
mahogany and will include desks and
chairs for the comfort ot the patrons A
ladles room will be ono of the new fea
tures
The wall decorations will be done in oil
and those of the ceiling in water color
Ing
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I MURRAY BREIIITIES I
Down on West Fourteenth South
street the handsome new Mormon
church which haS been under course
of construction for months past has
1n completed There are two spa
devotional exercises
1 us rooms for
I lie In the basement the large amuse
IlEnt hall will be used for soolal par
3Qses and for the amateur theatricals
in tIle ward
The cIty solons of Murray met In
splcJaI sessIon lat evening for the
purpose of canvassing the votes cast
at the recent election The exact count
as secured from four wards but it
was found that one of the zealous elec
tln judges of the FIfth ward bad not
only sealed all the ballots in the official
cial envelope but alllo bad tucked the
Flieet on whIch the count was kept 011
the inside ot the package The count
cannot be obtained until Murray has
reived permission to open the pack
age from the district court
More than 16 boys are attending the
night school classes whlch are now In
vogue at the Arlington school In Mar
ra The school Is being conducted
nder the auspIces of the Murray school
1rd while G M Iumtord C E Gau
im of Murray and J L Horne of the
J D S university are the instruc
tors
PROMINENT PIIYSICIAN DEAD
Dr James DavIdson a prominent phsi
dan of Salt Lake died at his home 2i
East First South street yesterday morn
jI1g He hal been an Invalid for several
I ears An aggravated form ot asthmr
cLuing partial paralysis brought on his
draUI
Dr Davidson was born In Ireland June
SlI 1861 He was reared and schooled at
Edinburgh Scotland and came to thIs
country when a young man He took hIs
dctorr degree at the UnIversIty ot lIn
IIfapolil In the midst ot no prosperous
eJraer In that ity his health suddenly
gavE way and lie came to Salt Lake to
recover seven years ago He had gaIned
considerable practice and was well known
among the Joehl medical profession when
Ins former troubles compelled hIm to give
un active work
Dr DavIdson is survived by a widow
find two sons John Davidson aged 16
ears and Fred Davidson aged2 The
i I1Eral will be held Thursday morning at
ju oc1olk from the residence
Ir 1
Baby
Will Sleep
Sound
I
I
If Mother will pour a little I
warmed mIlk over two or three i
teaspoonfuls of i
GrapeNuts
FOOD
Then feed this milk laden
with the soothing nourishment
which it takes up from the
GraIJoNufs lpaking the milk
itself easily digested
It is quickly and easily di
gested and baby will sleep
sound being wellfed and con
tented
Theres aReas n
rOSTUU CEREAL co LTD
BatHe Creek 1I1eb U S A
l L J J
HOMEMADE COUGH CURE
Go to your druggist and get onehalf
ounce Concentrated pine compound two
mnces ot glycerine half a pint of good
pure whiskey mix and use In doses ot a
teaspoonful to a tablespoonful every tour
hours shaking the bottle each time
The Concentrated pine Is a special pine
product and comes only In halt ounce
bottles each enclosed In an airtight case
but be sure It Is labeled Concentrated
A prominent local druggist says he has
filled this prescription hundreds ot times
antI has Pfn It work wonders
Chimney 125 furnace 125 pipes
50csweeplng G Hazel Leave orders
at Bamberger Coal Co 161 Main St
Both phones
It Require Nerve to stand the strain
of nervous neuralgia pains in the
face head or any part ot the body
These pains are quickly stopped by the
use at Perry Davis Painkiller The
relict is immediate and lasting Do
not suffer a moment longer but use
the Painkiller ns directed Avoid sub
stitutes there is but one Painkiller
Perry Davis Price 25c 35c and SOc
Chronic Insomnia
And Indigestion
The One Is Almost Always Associated
With ani Caused by the Other
Sleep has been fittingly called tired
natures sweet restorer It Is a condi
tion In which the Involuntary functions
such as nutrition circulation respiration
etc go on as usual while the vOluntary
powers are In repose and the system un
dergoes needed repairs No one has ever
been known to live longer than three
weeks without sleep It is as necessary
In physical economy as food and drink
InsomnIa or chronic sleeplessness Is a
symptom with which nearly every suffer
er from dyspepsia Is annoyed either on
stantl or at frequent and Irregular Inter
vals ThIs Inability to sleep normally is
a very prominent manifestation ot Indi
gestion and exhibits Itself In dIfferent
forms In some cases sleep may come
at its accustomed time but it does not
bring repose and the person awakens
entirely too soon and Is unable to tall
asleep again In others the victim
lies awake practically all night tossIng
and rolling and finally drops into a trou
bled and unrestful slumber at daybreak
Still others though they may apparently
sleep soundly are annoyed with the In
cubus or nightmare with Its horrors of
overwhelming waves falls from precIp
itous heights and attacks by infuriated
and implacable monsters
All of these distressing symptoms are
traceable to an Irritated and enfeebled
stomach and the same is true ot grind
Ing the teeth and twitchIng and jerking
of the muscles during sleep
Insomnia Is rarely a disease by Itself
but is nearly always a symptom of an
other disease such as dyspepsia and in
treating this complaint many persons
In theIr efforts to woo the god ot sleep
resort to the use ot such hypnotics seda
tives soporIfics and narcotics as the
bromides chloral hydrate Dover pow
ders and even morphia
No greater mistake than this could well
he made and the reckless use ot such
drugs has caused many a sudden death
while In other cases even moderate use
has set up an Incurable drugusing habit
among those who resorted to the use ot
sleeping powders
To cure Insomnia or sleeplessness the
object should be to remove the cause
and as dyspepsia Is the underlying cause
In a large per8ntage ot cases no better
or safer remedy can be employed than
STUARTS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS By
digesting every particle of food In the
stomach the active and exciting cause of
Insomnia is cut short at its source and
removed
These tablets contain only wholesome
Ingredients and there Is no danger ot
failing Int drugusing habits from their
use Every sufferer from insomnia
should avoid the egregious error ot using
hypnotic drugs as they never cure the
trouble but only make matters worse in
the end
Begin taking Stuarts Dyspepsia Tab
lets at once using one or two after each
meal and the same number at bed time
It is also well to have a box of these
powerful digestives close at hand during
the night so that In Case you arc trou
bled with dyspeptlcInsomJla uneasIness
In the stomach 01 any other symptom of
Indigestion qUick relief may be obtained
Purchase a package from your druggist
at once for 50 cents and get rid ot your
Insomnia and Indigestion Send us your
name and address for sample package
Address F A Stuart Co 150 Stuart
BuildIng Marshall Mich
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CASTOR
For Infants and Children
lbl Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of 4tiu
Go
EXCURSION TO CHICAGO
November 16th and 17th
VIa Oregon Short Line for UNITED
STATES LAND AND IRRIGATION
EXPOSITION Nov 20 to Dec 4 and
INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EX
POSITION Nov 27 to Dec 15 Round
trip from Salt Lake 55 Limit Dee
15 City Ticket Office 201 Main street
The Great Stock Reducing Sale
Hundreds of satisfied shoppers throng the aisles of our store daily
during this GREAT SALE Such remarks as Ob how reasonable
Such grand values 1 Never saw the equal etc can be heard on every
tongue To you who are looking for seasonable merchandise at prices
never heard of for lowness we would say DONf MISS IT This is tile
sale that is making good Everything vc have advertised is here just as
pricel Watch the daily papers and our windows
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SPECIAL FROM THE
Cloak Dept
Childrens School Coats
100 Coats made of mixed cloths sizes 68
101214 not a coat in the lot worth less
than 650 and a great
many worth 10 All to 2 98
go at your choice
SEE WINDOWS
Childrens
Bearskin
COATS
This lot contains sizes up to 6 and values
to 850 in childrens Bearskin Coats a
grand assortment to choose from good
warm serviceable coats
for the little folks Buy 2 98
them at This Great Sale
I
One Hundred Fur Neck
Pieces and Muffs and
Childrens Sets
We have grouped Fms Muffs and chil
drens Sets in this lot worth from 5 to
10 All new goods and styles Its a
chance of a lifetime to
secure your needs in the 2 98
Fur line All go at
SEE WINDOWS
15000 Yards of Dress
Goods at Actual
Manufacturers Cost
2500 yards 45c and 50c Plain and
23
Fancy Worsteds your choice yard C
2300 yards 65c Panamas Worsteds
and Serges your choice yard 39 c
2750 yards 75e Mohairs Worsted
49
Si tings and Plaids only yard C
2000 yards 85c and 1 Worsted and
59
Scotch Suitings at only yard C
1900 yards 1 and 125 Worsteds
69c
Panamas and Venetians only yard UJC
2000 yards 150 and 2 Serges 98
Eolionnes and Prnllilles only yard 110C
R K Thomas Dry Goods Co
om as 676971 Main Street 4 I
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Off 14 14 OFF 14 Off 1 I
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Our Low Prices 011 i
Womens and Misses I
Tailored Suits I
For Three Days lllyYcl1nesdaJ Thursday
and FrhIar I
None ReselveIN Exempt
You choose here frolll hunlrcls of sample
suits not two alike
I
The Sample Cloak i
14 Suit Store 14
Off The MoneySaving Store Off I
38 SOUTH MAIN
11
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Boston Dental Parlors
NEW LOCATION 120 MAIN STREET
SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR 30 DAYS
1500 set ot teeth 5TO Gold crowns 00
No better made at any price I Bridgework per toOth i00
Porcelain gold and silver fillings at reasonable prices ror honest work
No students employed Pah11ess extracting a specialty Office open
evenings and Sundays All work guaranteed
Ind Tel 1219 DR BOYD Mgr
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Yatch Its Developnient
The New Salt Lake
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SUBWAY I
ViII Be Open Soon
E itablIahed UtL 1 OZflot
The Oldest aad Lrgt
R G DUN CO
GEORGE RUST General Manage
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada
Offices 1a Prosren Building Salt Lak
City
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Try Chiropractic
It you are a sufferer from stom
ach liver or kidney trouble femd
trouble or any sort of nerve dspas
dont despair simply because you ha e
trIed all sorts of treatments and fail d
to find relief Chiropractic is tit < on
treatment that does not fail In o
ery case where It has been given flr
trial it has worked wonders It you
want to know more about it call
and let lIr Pickard explain the
principle and the method ot treatment
Consultations are free
Mrs G II B Pichar1
2t1S herald Didg
CHICHN S PILLS
TIlE DIAMOND BUAj
Ladl 1 kourDrUJrItror
I h 1 hlhtu Dlamoud lllaud
1111 in nd aDd Gold meou
booes scaled 1m Blllc Ribtooa
I TaLe no other Buy or tour
Drullat Asic CorflltC TIR 5
I DIAMOsD nrND PILLS r 25
C yurs known as Best Safest AIw ys Rthai
I SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
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BEE US BEFORE XOVUIG
J C Watson Transfer CO
Tka People Who Ieat You RIJJaf
w o Wataim Manager
nIL IN8 Bell 3468
The Leyson Special Is a fine watch
movement Special because Its
etter for the money than any other
nvement of which we know
Phone ci for the correct time
ofl4
I4U 1M art
POLICE INVESTIGATING
DEATH OF AGED GERMAN
Son of Decedent Avers Parent tIad
Considerable Money When
He Left Home
4
Further police Investigation into cir
cumstances surrounding the death ot Er
nest Goring the aged German who was
found dyIng In the second floor hall ot
the Crescont rooming house in South
State street early Monday evening will
be made as the result or developments
yesterday Edward Goring decedents
son who Is employed by the Pullman
company Identified the remains at the
ODonnell undertaking establishment yes
terday He reported to the police that
his father had considerable money with
him when he left home three days ago
It was reported that Goring had fallen
OVEr the railing on the thIrd floor ot the
rooming house Concussion of thc brain
resulted and Goring died at the city jail
about two hours later The landlady at
the Crescent rooming house said Goring
registered as Judge Harper
Edmund Goring stated that his father
was 64 years ot age and had been em
ployed for several months at the Salt
Lake Hardware company store He had
worked until noon Monday
The Goring family Jive at SZl Clover
street
S
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I CITY BREVITIES
MISS HELEN CRAWFORD has been
called to Reno Nev by the sudden
death ot her mother
ALL OF THE BUSINESS done by the
city councIl Monday night was approved
by Mayor John S Bransford yesterday
THE C W D M of the Central Chris
tian church will meet tomorrow after
noon with Mrs Hot 71 University ae
flue Federal Heights All members are
Invited
MT MORTAR LODGE NO 2 will hold a
special meeting thIs afternoon com
mencing at oclock sharp for E A
and M ZlL degree work Officers and
members requested to attend Quail
fled Masons Invited
J J CHINN Is charged with selling to
bacco to minors In two complaints Is
sued from the county attorneys office
yesterday It Is claimed by Guardello
Brown chief probation officer that
Chinn sold tobacco to Abram Lewis 16
years old and Leonard Earl aged 17
THE REGULAR monthly meeting ot the
Ladles Auxiliary society of Bnal Is
rael temple was held yesterday after
noon In tile socletys rooms at which
the usual routine business was trans
acted
ST MARKS hospital physicians report
ed lat night that Edwin G Brown is
Improving and that they now have high
hopes of his recovery
UTAHS GREAT RECORD
w H Rowe Returns Proud of Show
ing at Exposition
Utah attractd attention in all lines
at the Seattle exposition accordIng to
WV H ROWe director general for the
state of Utah who returned from Scat
tie Monday night after six months
absence
Utahs showing was a glorious one
said Mr Rowe We mad a great
record for prIzes won but I was par
ticularly pleased to learn that the state
received the grand prize for wheat
grains and grasses a line for which
the state has hitherto not been noted
Ur Rowe said that most ot the build
Ings at the exposition grounds had
been torn down sInce the close of the
faIr with th exception ot the Cali
fornia building which Is permanent
The Utah buildIng Is now being dIs
mantled and the exhibits will be re
turned
FIND ELI H PIERCES
COUNTERCLAIM TOO BIG
A jury In Judge George G Armstrongs
division of the Third district court yes
terday returned a verdict for Arthur C
Wakely receiver for the National Mu
tual Fire Insurance company against Ell
H Peirce for 4915 Wakely sued for
56108 and interest sInce Jan 15 1003 and
the jury agreed with him placing the
amount at 935 Si Peirce flIed a counter
claim for about = 100 but the jury al
lowed him only I1i670 leaving a differ
enre of 1S915 for thE > receiver for pre
miums on policies claImed by the receiver
PROGRESS IS MADE ON
ORPHANS HOME PLANS
Encouraging retrts as to progress in
the project of buldlng a new home for
the Orphans Home and Day Nursery
were presented at an Informal meeting of
the committee held at the residence of
Irs Edwin Kimball 124 South Sixth East
street yesterday afternoon ThE reports
of the different workers on behalf ot the
project were all of a satisfactory nature
MOTORMEN MAY SIT DOWN
WHILE RUNNING CARS
The footwear motorman is to have a
little more ot a rest now according to a
notice posted In the street UU barns yes
terday morning Under the new order
motormen will only be required to stand
at their controller within the area ex
tending from North Temple to Fifth South
street and from First Vest to Second
East street Outside of thIs district the
motormen on all cars will be permitted to
use the seats provIded for them
ENTERTAINS DRUM CORPS
S M Randolph Presented With
Handsome Meerschaum Pipe
The members ot the Taft drum corps
were the guests ot their manager S N
Randolph It his home 11 Cottage court
Monday nIght The evening passed pleas
antly with Its reminiscences of the work
that members of the corps had done in
previous campaigns several of those
present having been members ot the Lib
eral and Peoples party drum corps ot the
early 90s
A tasty luncheon was served to the
guests by Mrs Randolph assisted by
Mrs A F Sanders
Manager Randolph was taken by sur
prise when he was made the recIpient at
a handsome meerschaum pIpe by the
corps
Those present were George Stotford
George Kelson J W Glade Harry Ley
land Frank Pannltler W F Knowlden
James Terry George Stowell Villlam
Ciements J W Cllvis A E Fisher J
WI Jettes V M Sanderson Homer San
dtrson James lIcFadden LcD Williams
James Flower George Canning W II
Schneddlng and g N Randolph
WHITE ROSE ARMY STILL
LEADS IIi BATTLE
With one week left of the war of the
roses things arc beginnIng to hum at the
Y W C A headquarters Membership
has increased to a great extent since the
campaign opened Nov 1 The white rose
army Is now in the lead and there will
I be a pretty fight at the finish
WALES LAUDED IN
SONG AND STORY
Sons and Daughters Meet in
Federation Labor
Hall
Sons and Daughters ot Wales gathered
at Federation ot Labor hall Tuesday
nIght to hear Welsh songs listen to ad
dresses telllng ot the glories of good old
Vales and enjoy a socIal time The dis
agreeable weather kept a few away but
the attendance was good
William H Folland chairman ex
pressed pleasure at seeing so many pres
ent and then having another engage
ment placed the meeting n charge of
Evan Arthur
Zlir Arthur led In the singing ot a Welsh
air and then introduced Mrs Timothy
Edwards who gave two recitations in
Welsh Evan J Grltflths sang and Miss
May Osborn gave a recitation after
which Chairman Arthur introduced as the
speaker of the evening State Senator Wil
liam N Williams
Senator Williams expressed pleasure at
meeting so many Welsh resIdents the
women especIally beIng present In num
bers He said that woman Is gradually
getting her rights Utah being one ot
the first states to accord them He said
the Weish are especIally to be honored
for their respect to womankind
John Evans recited In Welsh and Mrs
Lizzie ThomasEdward sang two songs
and an encore John Morgan spoke brief
ly on the Importance of Wales Mrs C
V Stewart played some Welsh airs on
the piano and those present then enjoyed
refreshments and a social time for a halt
hour Meetings to be held during the wIn
ter are looked forward to with interest by
natives at Vales
r
CORRESPONDENT VISITS CITY
Arthur R Rack an a widely known
writer for the London Illustrated News
registered at the KnutBtord last night
Mr Rackham i5 bound for the far east
where he goes to take the position of
general start correspondent at Calcutta
India A series of articles on the British
Army In IndIa will be printed during the
coming year by the Illustrated News from
the pen of Mr Rackman
UNIT SYSTEM NOV 15
New Deal on Salt Lake Division of
Oregon Short Line
Reno Nev Nov 9Vith the calling ot
the officials ot the west epd of the Salt
Lake divisIon Qt the Oregon Short Line
to Ogden yesterday came the announce
ment that by Nov 15 a new system ot
i administration known as the unit sys
tern will be In effect on the Harriman
lines
linesThe
The change Involves the concentration
and centralization ot authority and the
abolition at specialized titles and duties
Locally the change will mean the sub
ordination ot the Sparks office ot the
Salt Lake division while Ogden will be
come more distinctively the center from
which correspondence and train business
will be conducted
Chicago Excursion
Via Salt Lake Route Very low round
trips rates in effect all stations In Utah
Nov 16 and 17 Good returning to Dec
15 Los Angeles Limited 2 ½ days from
Juab or Milford to Chicago Electria
lighted steam heated Observatbn
buffet car Ask any Salt Lake Route
agent
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TRIAL OF CATTTE1rfAN
ALMOST CONCLUDED
Basin Wro Nov 9The defense in
the trial of Herbert Brink accused ot
participating in the Tensleep raid last
spring concluded Its case today Chief
reliance was placed in an effort to Im
peach the testimony at William Good
rich a cattleman who stated that Brink
told him In a friendly conversation that
he had killed Joseph Allemand owner ot
the sheep outfit Three witnesses were
called in an attempt to show that Good
richs reputation for veracity was unre
liable
Arguments will be made tomorrow and
the case will probably go to the jury to
I morrow night
i
i BRIDWELL HANDS
IN RESIGNATION
Superintendent of Buildings
for Board of Education
Quits Situation
George M Bridwell for the last four
rears superintendent ot buildings for the
board of education sent in his resigna
tion at the regular board meeting last
night to take effect as soon as a succes
SOr can bo appoInted The letter ot Mr
Bridwell to the board 13 as follows
I hereby tender my resignation as BU
perintendent of buildIngs and would like
this resIgnation to take effect 23 early
In December as my successor can be ap
poInted
I have held the position of superin
tendent ot buildIngs for four and one
half rears durIng which time I have con
scientiously discharged the duties ot my
office to the best of my ability
1 thank the members of the board for
the confidence reposed in me
The resignation came as the result ot
the recent investigation Into the work ot
Superintendent Bridwell by members of
the board and havIng lost the confidence
of some of the members the superinten
dent has decided to get out
O SV Ioylc saId he would vote to ac
cept the resignation but wanted to say
a few words for the outgoing official
I wish to testify to the Integrity of
the man said Mr Moyle From all I
have Lcen and from the Investigation 1
feel that Mr Bridwell dealt honestly wIth
the board of education and was true to
his trust I feel that we should have gone
through with the investigation and fin
Ished the matter ourselves just to let
the public know oUr stand on the mat
ter But from the fact that he had lost
the confidence ot any members ot the
board I suppose It was best fOr him to
resign
He never attempted to take a dollar
anywhere along the line and he did his
duty as he saw it The worst charge
made against him was that he allowed
people to work for him under assumed
names There Is no excuse for that But
I believe some members of this board
are more to blame for this than was Mr
Bridwell He was not wholly responsi
ble From what I have been able to learn
neither the board nor the city has lost a
dollar by his admInistration
The board then accepted the resignation
and a successor will be named at the next
meeting
Quick climatic changes try strong
constitutions and cause among other
evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and
offensive disease Sneezing snuffling
and difficult breathing and the foul dis
charge into the throatall are ended by
ElYs Cream Balm This honest rem
edy contains no cocaine mercury nor
other harmful ingredient The worst
cases yield to treatment In a short time
All druggists SOc
It you pretere to use an atomizer ask
for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the
good qualities ot the solid form ot thIs
remedy and will rid you ot catarrh or
hay fever No cocaine to breed a dread
ful habit No mercury to dry out the
secretion Price 75c with spraying tube
All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros
56 Warren street New York
BOARD MAKES CHANGES
IN STAIIICOMMITTEES S
Shifts in Standing Committees of
Board of Education Made
Purchases Authorized
At the meeting ot the city board of
education last night L 31 Bailey was
chosen to succeed Dean Byron Cummings
resigned as member ot the teachers re
tirement commission representing the
board
President James T Hammond made
several shifts In the standing committees
tee as a result of the recent additions
to uze beard and the commIttees noW
stand as follows
RulesJ T Hammond V J Newman
W J Barrette C S Martin M J Chees
man and H V Van Pelt
School LawW J Barrette M J
Cheesman A G Glauqup W J Newman
O W Ioyle and T T Hammond
Teachers and School VorkMathonlhah
Thomas V J Newman M J Cheesman
W J Barrette H V Van Pelt and J T
Hammond
Buildings and GroundsA G Glauque
L M Bailey O W MOle Iathonlhah
Thomas C S Martin and J T Ham
mond
FinanceO W Ioyle L 31 BaIley H
V Van Pelt C S Martin M J Chees
man and J T Hammond
Ten additional sewing machines were
ordered purchased for distribution among
buildings having large registrations of
eighth grade girls A new pIano will be
purchased for the Onequa school
That the botrd thinks a good deal c
the High school cadets and their show
Ing was made evident in the purchase of
110 Springfield cadet rifles 200 leather
waist belts and plates and 100 lcKeever I
cartridge boxes L P Christensen was
employed as leader for the cadet band at
100 a year
The Western Insulating company re
ceived the contract for covering pipes In
the Riverside Jefferson and Onequa
schools at a total cost of 108152
DavId Gree1 was gIven the contract for
a cement sidewalk in the High shool
grounds at 17 cents per square foot
BROTHER MASONS STORY
Sensational Feature of the Dr
Clemlnson Murder Trial
Chicago Nov 9ConfldEntlal talk be
tween brother Masons figure1 tOday In
the trial of Dr Haldane Clemlmon ac
cused of rrurJerlng his wIre Dr Clemln
son had talked as a Mason to Detective
Vooldrldge a witness
The detective was a reluctant witness
but finally said Dr Clemlnson had ad
mitted to him the burglary story lie first
told was untrue and also said his wife
had sought to commit suicide two weeks
before her death but he prevented her
Dr Clemlnson told me said the wit
ness his wife an1 himself were well
mated and that wlen she was dead he
thought to save the honor ot the family
I by fixing up the tale ot the burglary
UNITED STATES WILL
FURNISH THE PRISON
Olympia Wash Nov 9Secretary ot
State L M Howell acting governor In
the absence from the state ot Governor
11 F Hay tonlglt received permIssion
from the war department at Washington
D C for the Spokane police to lace
members ot the Industrial Workers of
the World who have been arrested for
speaking on the streets In the guard
house at Fort Wright This Is done in
order to rllleo the conb < std condition
of the Spokane Jail The civil authori
ties must furnish all guards to patrlll
the guard house and must escort the pris
oners to the fort In case It 1ecom 5
necessary to have larger prison Luartrs
buildings at the fort may bb used
SHERIFF REIMBURSED i
Governor Deneen Puts Up Fine for
Contempt of Court
Chicago Nov 9Sheriff Strasshelm re
ceived a check today from Governor De
Ileen for 52610 This is the amount of
the fine and costs imposed by the supreme
court against Sheriff Strasshelm
preme ot his
in the contempt case growIng out
failure to obey the supreme court man
date and promptly incarcerate former
Judge Abner Smith sentenced to the pen
itentiary for illegal acts as a bank presI
dent
The sheriff refrained from Imprisoning
Abner Smith at the request of Governor
Deneen who was considering Smiths I
with the pardon board
case
At the time ot the delayed obedience to
the courts mandate Governor Deneen as
sumed responsibiUty the sheriffs act
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FATAL MISTAKE OF I
CLERK m GROCERY
War Road Minn Nov 9Nels 1n I
fatally injured and his wife rnJI
children was were burned to death In their I
home near here yesterday Tw cnlldrcn
were rescued Jensen died today
Jensen was usig what hI supposed
was kerosene oil to start II firt when a
lvegallo > can of the fluid exploded
After the tragedy It was Ii cov red
that a clerk In a grocery store where
Jensen had bought the oil had emptied
a barrel at kerosene Into the gasoline
taniG
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Only 250 to Logan and RetUrn
Saturday Nov 6 via Oregon Short
Line for football game Fort Douglas
vs Agricultural college SpecIal will
leave union depot 750 a rn returning
7th
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