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2 THE HERALDREPUBLlCAr SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 25 1909
DENTIST UNDER ARREST
Salt lake Mans Reno Office Is
4 Invaded by the
Sheriff
lSpcdal to The HcraldUepubUcan
Heno Nev Nov 21J S Freebain
operating dentist was arrested to
day under u warrant sworn to by Slier
lff Ferrel Freebalns assocIate a man
named Cooke has suddenly dlfappcared
and the authorIties arc making a vig
orous search The technical charge en
tered against the two men Is that of
prdlClng dentistry without a license
One count In the charge has to do with
the suffering brought upon Mrs Ferrel
Ire of the shcrltr through the alleged
s ork of Cooke
Mrs Ferret lies at her home a
nervous wreck and her condition Is giv
Ing her family great concern Not alone I
ias she subjected to the grinding out
of her jaw bone and the breaking o
that bone during a tooth extraction
preparatory to a piece Of crown work by
Cooke asslscd by Freebaln but she was
forced herself while eo weak as to be
almost lu a fainting condition to take
her fingers and pull from out of her
Jaw bona a piece or the dentists drill
Which the dentist had broken off in the
bon
bonThe
The dental office was opened about
a year ago by Dr A A Zimmerman or
Salt Lake He engaged two assistants
and returned to SuIt Lake leaving theo
two men In charge of the practice
Dr Zimmerman said last night that
he believed the story must be a mis
take Inasmuch as he had received no
report at any serious trouble from the
Reno office although dally reports of
the business are made to him by mall
or telegraph It the reports ot trouble
are accurate I believe the difficulty is
aused by business rivals said Dr
Zimmerman
r
BOY IS ROBBED Of 10
lICrnnfr Allkll Him fur Chunge anll
RunlJ Away With the
Money
George Tripp a delivery boy for the
California Fish and Game market 70
West First South street bit for a
rather new wrinkle In the way ot short
hange tactics yesterday afternoon and
reported the loss of 10 to the police last
night
Tripp was just climbing into his
V agon at Fifth East and Seventh South
streets when a tall lanky stranger
hailed him with the question
Have you got change for a 10 gold
foJPce Tripp handed over ten silver
IlOlIars unsuspectingly while the stmn
her was fumblIng In his purse for the
gold piece When the man got the silver
111 his hand he broke and ran Tripp
gav chase but without success
S a
A prIvate safe may be rented In the
flue and burglar proof vault of the Salt
I Lake SecurIty Trust Co 32 up Main
Eirpet 200 per year and upwards
DURING SLEEP
atule Repal the human Engine
The activities of the day cause more
or less waste of tissues In the human en
glue which Is repaired at night during
sleep
The man or oman who can sleep well
nt night Is sure of the necessary repairs
other things being right to make each
day a tIne of uselulness and living a
real joy
But let Il1somnla get hold of you and
the struggle begins of trying to work
with a machine out of rejalr A Nebr
womans experience with coffee as a
roducer of Insomnia Is Interesting She
says
1 used to be a coffee drinker and was
so nervoUs 1 could not sleep at night
before about 12 OclockJ unless 1 would
take some medicine I was under the
doctors dare fOr about 5 years and my
weight got down to 82 lbs
The doctor saId I would have to quit
drinking coffee Then my father got me
to try postum which he said had done
wonJers for him I am past 43 and be
fore I quit drinking coffee my heart
Would jump and flutter at times miss a
bat then beat so fait 1 could hardly
breathe In enough all and 1 would get
smothered
V My tongue would get so stiff I coulJ
not talk and I could not hold a glass fo
drink from Since r have been drinking
P9IIItuID In place Qt coffee I can sleep
Ound any time I lie down and I feet
U J owe everyUdngJto Postum I now weigh
JJ 118 JM and IUt well
JilHd The Road to WeUv1le In pkgs
t Thwes a ileJWKjn
Ever rsa the ave letter A new
I on attfNCra froii tiMe to tiMe They
are uiuhie tree anti full of human
Jntrt
J
i
Mirrors
A splendid line just open
ed uptriple hand toi
let etc Best choosing
now Come in and select
your Xmas Giftwe will
lay it away util you
want it
From 25c to 15
The Pure Drug
I I
Dispensary I
112114
i
South Main
Street
The store ads are full of op
portunity newsthe most Inter
esting news In the paper to the
people who buy things Dont
you read a restaurants bill ot
fare before orderIng Dont you
read a stores ads before buy
Ing
S
Real Estate values are Increasing In
Salt Lake City The
HERALDREPUBLICANS
Classified pages tell you what to buy
and where
Cohn I 222224 Main I Cohn I The popular price store
Bargain Friday Three Star Features
thoo Worth of Trading Stamps Absolutely Free
Double Trading Stamps With Each Purchase
I
Star Specials From Each Department Tremendously Und rpribed
Friday tile star bargain day Each department contrIbutes r
items at cost and below
Each item means n saYing from M to aiid even more
I These prices for Friday only Positively 110 phone or mail
orders accepted
No illustrations nor elaborate pen pictures needed Prices
liIethese speak for themselves Read
65c Doilies I
Centerpieces 9c
Exquisite doilies and center
pieces in rich appliques tam
boured filet and spachtel designs
Instead of waiting tfll Christmas
to sell them at the full price of
350 to 60c we shaH close them aU
out Friday for 9 C
ust
Drawnwork searls and squares
spatchel scarfs and squares
scarfs and plllow jhams hem
stltcehed and hemmed In daInty
designs worth t1 5c 12c
Friday
250 Centerpieees39c
SealFs Squares C
Scarfs squares and center
pieces embroidered and hem
stitched in real filet nets and
swiss tamboures also fine swiss
scarfs and squares and center
pieces of Irish point lace Though
worth to 250 you may 39c
choose FrIday at
Cornorters andlflaterials
Half Price
150 funsize comforter silko
line covered filled with white
fluffy cotton Limit g to a 75 C
customer Friday only
If you prefer to make your
own comforters buy these
3pound cotton bats unrolls In
sheets of pure white cotteon 72x
84 Inches our regular I number
Friday at per 48c
roll
l2ac Silk finish robe quilt cover
lug In fancy and floral designs
all colors Friday per 612c
yard
a
150 100 0
H and Bag
Orlen
45c DellinlS etc 18c Kid Gauntlet Gloves Tan i Ribbons tat Persian plad told trimmed silver and In Ladles Black 29c 59c 8c I
S I t h white floral and plalJ I For LadlN
cuff lined with and Roman gunmetal ono Stocking 350 For the fa
Hun I a n d two For Ladies Outing Fian
Art denims art burlaps white and self stripe designs value Friday
hto10l1 straps worth Fleece Lined nel Ibt mous Jergen
colored kid HArt D
inches wIdo to 50 Fri I
cloth all 85 r
garum d Vests Pt
Fr1da Friday perd es I a R s gowns Saps
used for couch covers pillow top 198 39c Sday 21c
draperies wall covers etc light
aud dark grounds in floral and White XottinglIam Lace Curtailis 3ysrdlong jii
Oriental desIgns worth 18c to 4Y inches wide regular 100 aisir 57
JOe and 40c a yd Friday FrIday
250 Pillows 129
Bras Curtain rods 54inch extension fancy n1ftal
Perfection Plllows filled WIUI 3
pounds of guaranteed pure flath ends WIt h fixtures complete regularly 5c
ers fancy art ticking cover Regi worth 15c FrIday
Friday larh 250 1 2 9
4
BOOTHS
GUARANTEED
OYSTERS
Fall MeaureSolh 3leatll
AITDT In Dew aBfrom the
shell to your table Booths GUBlar
teed Oysters carry the tempting
aroma of the eea the flavor tt
newlcaught the purity of deep
waters They au a delicate treat
for lovers of good things to eat
At all firstclass dealer or
BOOTH
FISHERIES CO
30 West 1st South
COATS AND OPERA CAPES NEAR
HALF PRICE
Luckily for you it rained Monday Tuesday and Wednesday other
wise we doubt ifthere would be left one of those 100 coats and opera
capes that our eW York buyer sent on at 60c 011 the dollar
2500 Coats 1500 3300 Coats 1975
3900 Coats 2375
128 00 Ooats t1 16 75
3550 Capes 2000
3000 Coats 1800 4300 Capes 2500
150 Waists 98cLinene madras percale and daisy flannel cot
ton waists white waists colored waists black and white checks white
and colored grounds with stripes etc embroidered and fancy pleated
fronts plain tailored styles pearl buttons large and small attached
and detachable tailored and soft collars worth 125
to 150 FrIday only 98c I
1500 Suits 748 Silk Petticoats 348
Black and gray suits of practical Plain and changeable silk patti
homespun coats 45 Inches long coats all colors a splendid rust
satin lined throughout skirts ling silk with 12 to HInch tall
side pleated A star speolal for ored flounce corded ruffle
Friday 7 48 Choose
only at only S 348
750 Coats 378If your size is 32 J4 or 36 count yourself lucky
to share in these black coats at half price Coats are made of spe
ciaHy selected lightweight lmrsey satin lined throughout covered but
tons braid i trimmed i Instead of 750 pay Z3 78
Friday I 78J
300 Dress Goods 9Se
For one day only the priee bar
go down on aU our brown dres
goods broadc10ths excepted Every
conceivable shade and weave we hl
Here is represented Prices range
up to 300 a yard Choose 98c
Friday per yard
From the present low Price on
over 300 black and color remnant
you may deduct onefourth or 25 per
cent This brings waist skirt and
dress pattern ill some inaneps to
less than half price 14 Off
Friday 0l1ly
r
I I Free 300
I Stamp k
i Coupon
Present this coupon at
I
stamp exhibit in our suit de I
partment on second floor I
and receive 300 worth of
stamps absolutely free I
35c Towels 16c I LADIES NECKWEAR UNDERPRICED
I Ladle Lace Net and Ribbon Stock Wide range of Lace and Rihhk
Heavy TurkIsh Towels fine Collars In handsome effects bead
large 1 thirsty fellows with double and riety button or white trimmed and fancy also embrold big va Trimmed row of ruching Stock at Collars top elaborate dainty r
thread size 22x46inch limit 6 to a ered stock c1ars 350 to 50c Jet button Persian silk and sou
customer Friday only 16c values only Friday 25c values tache eftlMJ Fridal 610 and The 49c
35c Cotton Seges lOc I 150 Neckwear 98 Choose from our entire stock of beautiful lace
trImmed and embroIdered stocks exquisite net and batiste abot 0
English worsted and cotton seres stocks Venice lace bangle trimmings and soutncho braid 98
for dresses These como in ImItatIon trimmings Regular 125 135 find 150 choose Friday C
of the woolen patterns in plaids
Lace Coat CollarsDutch collars in Venice lace and Imlt1ttitm IrlslJ
checks 1 1 and stripes colors 1 gray
browns tans etc regularly worth AU SIZes great varIety of styles
50c values 290 125 values 9Se
35c Friday per yard 10c
75c values 590 200 values 169
I
MoneyMaking Ways of Using Want Ads
To Push Small z
Business
Great enterprises begin smalL To grow you must
advertise but it is not always necessary to use Display
advertising to begin with Many a big Display adver
tiser began as a Classified advertiser Perhaps yours
is just the business to be advertised in this way To be
convincedtry The cost each day is but a few cents p
The profitmany dollars weekly Suppose you have a
small Printing business or are a Tailor or a Barber or P
Jewelerit matters not what your business little Want c 2
Ads inserted under the proper heading on our Classified
page are sure to bring results Here are two examples
and their cost in this paper Read themthen bring 1
in your Want Ad 1
EXAMPLES
lUGU GRADE PIUNTINIJW AltE liOl CLOTHES I1Lt MAKE TilE MANTHATS
CIAO9 prlnten but 53 our worliour BEST what our clot be do And the It Is al1lII111
work at a reasonable price Let us proTO our jut right Our fabrics are uptodstnew
claims Write for our uC1pIe or phone Bar Let us talk with you We will net urge you to
risen 8767 Our representative will call Th buy Special Spring bargalnl new ready the
Cntor7 < < Printing CoIl1P3nT 341 Dearbornlt Dlacli TallorlDJ Senlce 42 Whltene
Classified Want Ads are always READ Many people who do not read news
read the little Want Ads Because there are BARGAINSthousands of them
I
during the course of months that EVERYBODY is interested in Get in the
habit of turning EACH DAY to our Classified pagea1ld READING every
Want Ad under the heading that may interest YOU Do it right NOW
Oowr1cM m8bY 0001711 Matthew Aca
tonE
HERALDRJprBLIC At S
are read In the homes of Salt Lake Cii
than any other paper
QUEER SOCIETY CUSTOM
Debut of Miss Effie Bagnell of St
Louis Lasts All Night and Great
er Part of the Next Day
St Louis Nov 24Following the
custom of St Louis society of two gen
erations ago the debut or Miss Effie
Bagnell which began at 8 clock tonight
wm continuo until 3 oclock tomorrow
afternoon More than three hundred
St Louis socIety men and women at
tended the part
Dancing continued until danlght At
5 oclock in the morning breakfast will
be served After breakfast guests vill
motor to their homes to discard even
it S clothes and later will go to the
Country club Miss Bagnell will be
hostess to other debutantes at a lunch
eon A reception will follow the lunch
eon and Miss Btgnell will receive all
the guests or the night before
CHARGED WITH MURDER
OF CAPTAIN RANKIN
Lnion City fenn Nov 2tIndlct
f1nts were returned today against Bud
Morris Tld Burton Boy Ransom Rob
Huffman Sam Applewhite and Ed
Marshall charging them with murder
Ing Captain Quentin Rankin the night
or October 18 1908 on Reel Foot lake
All of those Indicted except Farshall
lave already been tried and found
guilty rid Burton and Boy Ransom
were given twenty years In the pent
ttntlary and the ohers were senenced
to hang Their cases were reversed by
till supreme court and remanded for a
new trial
SECRETARY BALLINGER I
GRANTS FURTHER TIME
Washington Nov 2tOf great inter
est to water uses frem government re
clamation projects was the announce
ment today by Secretary Balllnger of
the interIor department of the privilege
f deferring until April 1 next the mak
Ing of payments on that account which
In most cases fall due December 1
During his visit to the west last sum
mer the desirability of this change was
Impressed upon the secretary by vari
ous water users associations
Todas rulings applies to the forth
coming Irrigation season only and does
nol commit the department to any per
manent policy In that direction
TURKEY POSSUM PIE
lrCIIMent Tuft VeIt Supplied So Far
n lhnnklllvJng Dinner Ta
ble Is Concerned
Washington Nov 4Wlth the fifty
pound mince pie presented by bakers
of New York an enormous turkey sent
bj HenrY Y056 of Westerly and a
I
twentslxpound possum reported to
be the largest that ever came out ot
Georgia President Taft will be con
fronted gastronomically speaking with
rather an exacting Thanksgiving day
The president Is said to have ruled
that his military aide Captain Archi
bald Butt shall assist In eating the pie
and Captain Butt Is now tryIng to have
the order amended to bring the general
staff to his assistance
All the presidents family with the
exception of his Son Robert who will
remain In New Haven will dine In the
White House
In the morning President Taft Vice 1
President Sherman and most of the
cabinet will attend a PanAmerican
Thanksgiving service In St Patricks
Roman CatholIc church
Cardinal Gibbons and Mgr Falconlo
apostolIc delegate to the United States
wUl be present A luncheon will fol
low at which many ministers of LatIn
American countries will be present
President Taft will be the guest or
honor
Secretary of State Knox and Mrs
Kno will have a family party at their
home here All other cabinet members
are In the city
Postmaster General Hitchcock the
only bachelor or the cabinet expects
to spend the day quietly in his apart I
mnents
I
fiFTY DAYS ON THE TRIP
OpinIon of Member of Senate Irllgn
lion Committee Uegnrc1ln the
York of RecJamutlon
Washington Nov 24ACter a trip of
fifty days during which practically ail
the government reclamation projects
were Inspected the senate committee on
Irrigation has come to the conclusion
that It is impracticable and Impossible
to make any modification in the recla
matlon act without the risk of losing
many advantages of the present law
While the committees report will not
be ready for some time the expressed I
opinion of the senators In the inspection
trip was to the effect according to DI
rector F H Newell ot the reclamation
service who has returned from the trip
with the committee
The seniment to expedite the work If
necessary by the Issue of bonds or
other Interestbearing obligations Is
unanimous in the committee and the
enators are said to stand together on
the demand that every dollar that has
been spent by time government in the
work of reclamation must be refunded i
It 19 considered Impossible to amend
the system for repayment already pro
vided In the law u
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF MOON
VISIBLE HERE SATURDAY
Residents ot Salt Lake w1l1 have an
opportunity of witnessing a total
eclipse of the moon next Saturday night
November 27 according to the an
nouncement of the astronomers pro
vided the conditions are favorable to
the view
The eclipse Is expected to be noticed
first about midnight and 1t will con
tinue about two hours It wm require
fully four hours for the shadow of the
earth to pass completely over the moon
An astronomical phenomenon which
Is causing discussion at present Is the
appearance of Halleys comet which
now Is said to bQ visible to the naked
eye at certain periods The comet may
be seen about 1 oclock In the mornln
In a northeasterly direction It appears
low on the horizon and Is very bright
The view of the comet will become
plainer every day now
SUFFRAGETTES SENT UP
One Will Do Stunt of Seven Months
and Another Three
London Nov 2tlIrs AlIce Chapin
the militant suffragette who Injured a
polling clerk at the Bermondsey bye
election when she smashed a Jottle
containing corrosive acid on a ballot
box was sentenced today to seven
months Imprisonment Three months
of her punishment was given for the of
fense of Interfering with a ballot box
and four months for attacking a polling
clerk
Miss Alison Nellans who made a sim
Ilar attempt to express suffragette sen
timent at the beelectlon but with less
serious consequences was sentenced to
three months Imprisonment
SLASHED BY FOOTPAD
Experience of San Francisco Man
I
Who Had Just Left Dead Mother i
San Francisco Nov 24A XErnan
Thomas left his house at an early hour I
today to Inform his sister who resides
near by of the death of his mother
which had just occurred when he was
held up by a footpad Thomas explahw
time nature of his errand and asked to
be allowed to proceed but the robber
refused to allow him to go on When
Thomas resIsted the footpad slashed
him with a sharp knife or razor sever
Ing the arteries In his wrIsts The man
then retired Thomas then walked to
the Emergency hospital where the cuts
were dressed
GOVERNORS TO MEET
Frankfort Ky Nov 24Governor
Willson or Kcntucky announced today
that the second annual conference of
governors will be held January 18 1910
at Washington
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WHITE HOUSE
HOUSECONFERENCES
CONFERENCES
Continued from Page 1 1
Mr Taft believes that the interstate
commerce law should give the commis
sion power to hear and remedy rom
plaints against unjust classifications
It Is perfectly clear he declares that
by Including In the same class articles
which ought to pay different rates a
railroad can commit exactly the same
kind of Injustice as It would by Im
posing an exorbitant rate as to anyone
class
To give the commission power to In
stitute complaints and not b limit It
to the consideration of complaints made
from the outside Is another change In
the law to which the president Is de
voting much attention
Bars Will Not Be Let Down
Mr Tall believes that this authority
must be given to tho commission tv
make its work effective Mr Taft
however Is not In favor or letting
down the bars entirely and giving the
commission absolute power to fix rates
In advance on Its own Initiative with
out complaint being filed
It is proposed that the Interstate com
merce commlsslop be given authority to
suspend for thirty days a new rate
classification providing complaint Is
made that the rates are unjust
The subject which has given the
president and his advisers much con
cern Is the proposal to permit railroads
to make rate agreements Mr Taft
holds that railroads should be permitted
to agree upon rates that shall not ex
actly be pooling contracts but shall
constitute agreements as to ratespro
vided always that such agreements shall
receive the approval ot the Interstate
commerce commission
A delegation ot coal operators and a
representative of the miners union
called upon President Taft today to
urge that railroads be permitted to pool
rates as a means of providing against
car shortages
COLTON HEALTHY TOWN
II M lunch Denies Resort That
Smnllpox III Prevalent In IlIA I
Communlt
H M Black president of the Uintah
Mineral Wax company who Is operat
Ing the mill at Colton Utah was in
Salt Lake yesterday and saId that the
I report Colton had been quarantined for
smallpox was erroneous Mr Black
said that Count Physician pyne had
not Issued any quarantine order recent
ly and that the InhabItants of that
thriving little city were enjoying excep
lonal health
Mr Black added that there was some
smallpox at other towns in the vicinity
and doubtless the report about Colton
was due to some error In the reports to
the state board of health
Mr Black reports that not only his
own Industry but business in general
Is In a most thriving condition in Col
ton and the community more prosperous
than ever before mIte history
WILL USE MILITIA
Indianapolis Ind Nov 2tGovernor
Marshall late today ordered Adjutant
General Perry of the Indiana national
guard to Bedford Ind In response to
a request from Sheriff Box of Law
rence county for troops to handle the
store workers strike situation General
Perry was Instructed to call a company
of militia at Bloomington if soldiers
were needed
MEETS NEXT SEPTEMBER
Pueblo Cob No2The date of
the eighteenth national irrigation con
gress In Pueblo today was set for thc
week of September 26
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MANS r SKELETON BOX
Also Womans Shirt Waist Spotted I
With Blood and a Pair of I
Silk Stockings iI i I
El Centro Co Nov 24In a dry
I
goods box picked up near Callxlco today
was found the skeleton of a man a
womanJ shirt waist spotted with blood I
and a pair or sk stockings
The box was stenc1l1e Mesa Dairy
company Phoenix Ariz and was ad
dress d to a Callxlo mercantile house
one of whose members said he had re
ctlved no shipments from Phoenix in
three years The skeleton was that of
a man about 40 years old the only pos
sible identificatloI marl being two
I goldfilled teeth In the lower jaw Nil
one hero who has Inspected the shirt I
waist or the stockings has been able to I
identify them Although the skeleton
IndIcated that it had been exposed to I
the weather for a year the box evIdently
had been placed where it was found
within a week
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SEARCH FOR LITTlE ONES
Nearly a Thousand Men Looking for
Two Children in Cliffs Near
Santa Cruz Ca
Santa Cruz Cat Nov 24Kearly a
thousand men Including a division of
the state naval militia are searching
forests and cliffs along the seashore to
night for lamle and Mollie lIamlldl
aged 4 and 5 respectively who disap
peared tram their home yesterday morn
Ing and have not since been seen
They are the children of an Italian mer
chant It Is generally believed that the
little girls wandered away but the the
ory Is advanced that they were kid
naped
After the police force and the sheriff
aided by hundreds of volunteers were
unable to find any trace of them after
nn allnIght and day search the Fourth
division of the state naval militia was
I called out this evening to join In the
i hunt for the little tots
CONTRACTORS FORESIGHT I
MEANT LOSS TO HOLDUPS
F G Orcut a Park City contractor
was held up and robbed of 150 while
walkIng up Center street from the Warm
Springs at 10 oclock last night When
several blocks from the business district
Orcut encountered two masked men who
ordered him to throw up his hands While
one held a gun In his face the other rifled
his pockets finding only a small amount
of cash
Mr Orcut Is on his way to Los Angeles
and had stopped over here for one day
Luckily he had left his pocketbook and
valuables at n hotel before going to the
Vann Springs
REfUSE TO BE COMBINED I
Minority Stockholders in Indepen 4
dent Telephone Companies
Take Legal Action
St Louis Mo Nov 24A determined
effort on the part ot the minority stock
holders ot the United States Telephone
company and similar concerns In To
ledo Indianapolis and Cleveland to
prevent what they believe to be an at
tempt by the American Telegraph
Telephone company to gain control of
the socalled independent lines was pre
saged by an announcement made here
today by Sam J Jeffries an attorney
According to Mr Jeffries the Ameri
can Telegraph Telephone company
probably has obtained control of a ma
jority of shares of the other corpora
tions But under a voting trust agree
ment he says independent companies
are prohibited from merging with any
other corporation unless 90 per cent ot
the holders of trust certificates vote to
do so
The certificates are held by trust com
panies of St Louis and Cleveland
which have been joined 18 defendants In
Injunction suits instituted by minority
stockholders In the two clUes The ob
ject of these suits Is to prevent the die
solution of trust agreement
TRIAL POSTPONED
Guthrie Okla Nov 2tAt the re
quest of Attorney General West the
rate and ouster suit of the state against
the Chicago Rock Island pacIfic
railroad v1Il not be heard until the Jan
uary term of the district court at Okla
homa City
It Is alleged that the railroad com
pany owns stock 1ft the Rock Island
Coal company operating In Oklahoma
constituting a combination In restraint
of trade
CONDUCTOR KILLED
CheyenNe WyeNo iP B Foy a
Union PaclfIcconductor was killed In a
reareRd freight collision at Valcott to
day EflgiRMf Arthur Noah and Brake
man J prayaWere seriously Injured An
live In Laramhr
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SHOT BY HUSBAND
Louisville Nov 2tVllllam E Pro t
Republican candidate for city liudlt 1
the recent election was shot and probaLI
fatally wbunded today by C M ll11e
1ho said Proctor Insulted Mrs CuIlfY
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