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H A southern hanker recently told the
B following about tt 8-yuir-old son:
H Tim boy had been Invited to hkiii1 n
H week with Home little hi. mi, in the
H country. "Say and keep mo com-
H Ihiiv, Jack," si: ill his mother. "Father
H toes traveling this wwk, and I shall
H be all alone Hare is a $5 bill for you
H of the
H Jack promptly closed with the of-
H fei and the banker as promptly bor-
1 rowed the $5 at current Interest,
H thereby keeping, as he observed when
H telling the story, both the boy and
H tho money In the family. OOM two
H months later Jack wauled to recall
H "What $5 do you mean?" asked tha
B "Why, the $5 I gave you."
H "I haven't any 5."
B Hut I gave it to you. Mother,
didn't I give him $57 You saw ine."
H "I certainly did," she replied.
H "Where's your receipt, then?" do-
B manded his father. "Do you mean
B to Bay you've been lending money
H without get tine: black and white to
H show for
H "Mainmlc," said tho boy, appealing
1 to his nurse, "didn't I glvo papa $5?"
H "You poh' little lamb!" Indignantly
H exclaimed the old woman. "Co'se
H you done gib it to him, honey."
H "There, papa," said the budding
H lawyer, triumphant ly, "there's the
H block and white of it.'" From the
H Father Was "Wise" to Game.
H A student at the University of Penn-
H sylvanla had been going a fast pace
H with tho boys of his class and irater-
H nity und hud bad frequent Interviews
H with father concerning debts and
H other tlnunclal troubles occasionally
H by the drain his pleasures had made
H on his source of supply.
H Several times the "governor" bad
H been compelled to go4. various articles
H of value back from the boy's "undo,"
B and the relation or provider and
HBVJ spender wns strained.
B ' One day the student wired father
H that his watch had fallen Into de?p
H water in the Bchuyklll river and he
H wanted "at once" $2u to him a
1 diver to recover It. 'I he answer came
H "Nothing on the $26. Cheap r to
soak the watch where It Is."
H Every Woman Knows.
H That Salome Isn't so bad U3 she
H thought it was going to be.
H That her present gowns are wholly
H inadequate to the occasion.
H That it is a great mistake not to
H buy a new motor car every year.
H That her own family physician It
H the only man who knows auythlug
H about medicine.
H That her own particular bu .baud Is
H not so large hearted :tnd generous
H as the husband of some other wouiuu.
M The -Woman's Fault.
I ' "You told me," sho sadly said,
H "When you persuaded me to elope
H with you that you would nover per-
M .mlt anything to come between ub
B that you would cherish my love a.l
HB your days, and that 1 should never
H have cause to regret for a moment
B that I had placed my happiness la
B your keeping."
m "Oh, well, confound it," he replied,
H "what's the use of harping on that.
H If you hadn't kept a lot of your faults
M hidden from me I'd never have fallen
B In love with you or wanted you to
B slope, so you have only yourself to
H What's In a Name.
H "Maria, who Is the young squirt that
B conies lure about six nights in the
B week to Bee Bessie?"
H "You'd bettsr speak a little mors
H rsspect fully, John, of the young man
H who Is likely to be your son-in-law."
B "All right, Maria; what's the adven-
B turer's name?" Ohlciago Tribune.
H "When I was a child," said the man
H who wanted to do all the talking and
H clulm all the attention. "I was so del-
H lcate that my parents were afraid
H they would not be able to raise me."
H "Why," asked the little man who
1 had previously been unable to get a
H chance to say anything, "were they
H What Is Life Worth?
H "He forgets that he owes me his
"That's nothing; he even forgets
H that he owes me 5!" Puck.
He Won't Believ It.
K It Is useless to try to convince the
B man who has succeeded that luck en-
m (pi.,) into his case.
A commission form of government
for Denver Is the object of a movement
Inaugurated by the DMVOf Chamber
The ailway ticket protective bureau
h;is made n ropori officially announc
ing that "Denver has finally been rid
of ticket scalpers."
The date of the eighteenth Na
tional Irrigation congress, to be held
In Pueblo, Colo., has been st for the
week of September 26.
Five football playrrs were injured.
I wo of them seriously, In the game at
Waila Walla on Thanksgiving day be
i ween Washington State college and
tho Whitman college eloven.
A local union cannot be coerced Into
affiliating with a central building
trades council, according to a decision
handed down by .Judge H. R. Riddle
In the district court at Denver.
It. H. Koy. a Union Pacific conduc
tor, was killed In a renr-end freight
collision at Walcott, Wyo.. Knglneer
Arthur Noah and Drakenian .1. Spray
were seriously Injured. All live In
I .in ramie.
The Panama-California exposition
to be held In Sun Diego In 11)15, was
lven the unqualified Indorsement of
the I os Angeles Chamber of Com
merce, after a prolonged discussion
of the subject.
A syndicate of smelter and mill men
has purchased over 7,000 acres of coal
land In Routt county, Colorado, on the
surveyed line of the Moffat railroad,
to supply their smelters and mills In
Utah and Colorado.
C. A. Strauss, former casliier of the
Portland postofflce, convicted of em
bezzlement, has been sentenced by
Federal Judge Wolverton to serve
eighteen months in the county Jail
and to ay a fine of $4,015.
Announcement Ib made that Senu
tor Cuggeuhelm baa donated $50,000
for a new building for the Colorado
State Normal school. It Is probable
the new building will be either for a
gymnasium or for domestic puTosos.
The state supreme court of Wash
ington has ordered that former Ad
jutant (Jeneral Ortia Hamilton, who Is
accused of forgery and having obtain
ed money under false pretenses, be
admitted to ball in the sum of $20,
000. Practically every river, stream and
creek In Oregon Is out of its banks
and from all parts of the state come
roort8 of dii mage. In eastern Oregon
the rain was accompanied by a wind
of almost hurricane violence, which
has resulted In considerable destruc
tion. Charles H. Moyer, president of the
Western Federation of Miners, is not
Inclined to believe the Impending
trouble at the Homestake mine at
lyead, S. Dh will Involve other dis
tricts In which the Western Federation
Is orgiielv it ".n"rd!ng to a statement
made at Denver.
.-i.x.iin persons were Injured when
a street car left the rail, crashed
over the curb and overturned on the
sidewalk In Denver. Mrs. M. Saver,
internally Injured, probably will die.
Dr. J. C. Hammlll, a passenger, extri
cated the fifty-three people Impris
oned In the wreckage.
A Jury at Lewlston, Mont., found
Peter Robinson, a contractor, guUy
of murder In the second degree, fix
Ing the penalty at life Imprisonment,
for the killing of Roy Short, a horse
man, In a saloon last September. The
shooting followed a quarrel over a
dollar that Short claimed Roblnaon
The interior deiartment has with
drawn from disposition, as containing
water power possibilities about 9.604
acres of land along the Smith river,
Montana. This tract will be held In
reserve pending action by congress,
which Is expected to enact legislation
governing the disposal of power sites
on the public domain.
Arising from the table In the midst
of a Thanksgiving dinner she was
giving in Portland for her friends.
Mrs. Btta Ortssan, formerly of BolBe,
Idaho, went to her bedroom and
drank carbolic acid. She died before
medical aid could be summone. De
spondency over separation from her
bus band Is nsalgned as the cauBe.
James Mott of Council Bluffs, la.,
has been located In Cheyenne, Wyo.,
and now Pueblo iollce are wondering
who the well-dressed man w.u that
killed himself at the Pueblo Qnn club
a month ago. He han been Identified
as Mott. but the latter's wife and
son found him In Cheyenne, working
In a lumber yard
Anti-saloon forces of Arapahoe
county, Colorado, defeated in the ef
fort to have saloonkeepers Indicted
for violation of the midnight and
Sunday closing laws, have filed infor
mation In court under an old terri
torial law which forbids the Bale of
intoxicants to United States soldiers.
The "drys" assert the patronage of
the places comes from soldiers at
The interior of the court room at
Tonopah was given the appearance of
s saloon when the bar contained In
the Nelson place at Leeland was
erected before the district judge and
Jury In the trial of the Mexican held
for the saloon murders.
MINES AND MINING
The gold mines of the United States
produced $94,560,000 worth of precious
metal during 1908, according to the
geological survey and the bureau of
Control of Boston Consolidated to
Utah Copper has practically been
passed on the basis of one share of
Utah for two and one half shares of
The work of development of the
Kastern Prince mining property, in
tho Ploche, Nevada, district, will be
started on the first of the month on
a larger scale than has ever been at
tempted at this mine In the past.
The proposed $800,000,000 coppei
toomblnehas beenhejd ii temporarily,
at least, according to Wall street re
ports, until lnwyers for Interests con
cerned can figure out tho effect teiat
tho Standard Oil decision, will have
upon the merger.
A quarterly dividend of $8 a shire
has been declared by tho directors of
the Calumet & Hecla Mining com
pany. The rate Is the same as that
of three months ago, and brings the
total dividends for the year to 27,
compared to 20 in 1908.
With the commencement of 1910 the
Utah Topper company will find d'.siolf In
a strong financial position, says the
Wall Street Journal. Liabilities beyond
the capital stock should not exceed
$500,000, and the surplus should Be
well over the $6,000,000 mark.
The total gold product of the
United States for 1908 was 4. 574. .140
ounces, a nef Increase In value of
$4,124,700. Colorado leads with a
productive value of $22,871,000;
Alaska was second, with $19,858,800,
and California was third, wfth $19,
329.700. Another fine fissure, carrying much
red Iron, has been cnt by the Indian
Queen company's timnel In Beaver
county, Utah. The face of the tunnel,
which is In 3,900 feet, Is more highly
mineralized than for a long time be
fore. Crosscuttlng No. 2 fissure has
News has been recolved that a
strike of gold ore that excels even
that made originally In the famou?
Black Hole property has been made
on the Fogarty lease on the Chafey
Mines company's ground. This block
Is situated some distance north ol
the main Black Hole workings.
Fire damp, expanding with terrific
force In the Florence mine of tho
Monongahcla & Ohio Coal company,
at Martin's Ferry, Ohio, fatally In
jured six miners who wore walking
In advance of the main force, which
at the time was going off shift.
(Jold was produced In the Philip
pine islands to the amount ot $78,000
In 1907, $200,000 tn 1908, and to a
much larger sum in 1909, according
to the Mining and Scientific Press
Dredging in particular Is proving
profitable. The dredges tn operation
are of the New Zealand type and nr
Jacob Myers, a well-known mining
man of Salt lake City, has returned
from Boston, where he has been on
business connected with the Eagle
Bird Mining and Milling company of
Bingham. While In the east, Mr.
Myers disposed of $25,000 worth of
stock In his company at the rate ot
65 cents per share.
A New York dispatch says that th
American Smelting and Refining com
pany'B recent activity In the stock
market has been based no less on ths
good showing that the company l
now making in earnings, than upon
the copper consolidation reports
which Include American Smelting and
Refining company subsidiaries among
those companies to be merged.
Whatever doubt may have existed
in the minds of geologists and mining
experts concerning the eastern section
of the Tlntlc district "making good"
will be removed, declares A. N. Hold
away, when It la understood that the
so-called quartz In which the Tlntlo
Standard company has sunk the last
35 feet of Its shaft Is In reality Cam
Duluth capitalists have recently
made strong bids for control of the
Leonora in Beaver county, but the
owners do not care to part with It.
Considerable high-grade silver ore was
produced In the early days from near
the surface of the ore zone, and the
big find tn Red Warrior of course
greatly enchances the chance of get
ting large results at depth.
Members of the iarty of eleven Bos
tpn capitalists who the first of the
week visited the mine of the Beaver
Carbonate company, accompanied by
Manager Orant Snyder and Engineer
M. M. Johnson, were unable to detect
excuse or the slightest foundation In
fact for the attack made upon the
property recently by a New York
broker who Is evidently new to the
"game," says the Salt Lake Herald.
The famous old Crackerjack mine
at Buffalo Hump, Idaho, will be a big
and steady producer for the first time
in Its history within sixty days, by
which time its new twenty-stamp mill
will be extracting the bullion from
about sixty tons of ore a day.
JOY OF THE WILDERNESS
Small Piece of String Would Have
Rendered Prospector's Long
There are situations worse than Call
Hamilton's famous "Twelve miles from
a lemon." Tho man In this New York
Telegram Item seemed to have found
one of them. A party was encamped
on the Bear river In eastern Utah,
when a prospector came along one
morning on a mule. He had his jaw
tied up, and at first seemed inclined
to pass on without a word. On sec
ond thought, however, he halted and
"How fur to Salt Lake?"
"Three hundred miles."
"About 200 miles."
"Get your jaw hurt?"
"No. It's Just an Infernal toothache,
and I'm riding 5410 miles to get It
We Invited htm down and one of
the crowd got a piece of string round
the tooth and Jerked It out as slick as
you please. After the overjoyed man
had ceased dancing about I queried:
"Why didn't yon fry the string be
fore starting on such a long ride?"
"Best kind of reason, sir. I hadn't
nary a strlng."--Youth'8 Companion.
TORE HIS ga OFF
In 8hreds Itching W fntenee
Sleep Was Often Impossible.
Cured by Cuticura la Three Weeks.
"At first an eruption of small pus
tules commenced on my hands. These
spread later to other parts of my body,
and the itching at times was intense,,
so much so that I literally tore the
skin off in shreds In seeking1 relief.
The awful Itching Interfered with my,
work considerably, and also, kept me1
awake nights. I tried several doc
tors and used a number of different
ointments and lotions but received
practically no benefit. Finally I set
tled down to the use of CutIcura Soap,
Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Pills,
with the result that In a few days all
Itching had ceased and in about three
weeks' time all traces of my eruption
had disappeared. I have had no trou
ble of this kind since. H. A. Knits-'
koff, 5714 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.,
November 18 and 28, 1907."
FoUer Drug X Cbeiu. Corp., Bole Trope.. Boatoa.
Hypnotism Long Recognized.
Hypnotism has been recognized by
the medical profession since the fif
teenth century and In the last 100
years has been experimented and test
ed out In thousands of cases by such
savants as Charcot In Paris and Bern
helm in Nancy, yet w'th all these
years of trial Its results have not jus
tified Its practical and general use to
sickness. New York Press.
Tommy The doctors brought the
Freddy It looks Just like ma had
been shopping by telephone again.
Dr. S. F. Spohn, President of the
Spohn Medical Co., proprietors of
Bpohn's Distemper Cure, was recently
elected mayor of Goshen, lud., by a
good majority. Mr. Spohn was for a
number of years County Supt. of
Schools, making such a record that his
neighbours and friends, regardless of
political lines, Insisted on his accepting
the nomination for mayor.
Marks on Silverware.
"Sterling" as used In connection
with silverware means genuine silver.
The addition of the word "patent" Is
to indicate that the particular design
of the article on which the word ap
pears is patented and that the article
is genuine silTer.
"You so seldom see a fire escape on
"But, come to think of it, that Is
what the whole building is for."
The next time you have a cold on the
lungn try rubbing Wizard Oil on your
In--' and -ci- how quickly it will draw out
the inflammation and break up the cold.
The less a man knows ab-nit wom
en the more he thinks he knows.
WHEN YOU'RE AH HOAKHEasaorow. Whim
rou're coUtfhiiiK anil vunplng. Wbnn jtuiTyo afr old-u-liioniMl
tlfi'i'-s.-ntiMl rt.ll, taku Allen's l.unx Hal
aiu. Hold l.y all druasUta, 26c. Mc and SI.U0 bottle.
A wise man suppresses fully two
thirds of his opinions.
of the California Fig Syrup Co. and the
Hcientific attainments of its Chemists have
rendered possible the production of Syrup fl
of 1 igs and Kltxir of Senna, in all of its H
excellence, by obtaining the pure medic- H
inal principles of plants known to act most H
U'iK-licially and combining them most
skillfully, in the right proiwirtions, with
its wholesome and refreshing Syrup ol fl
California Figs. - fl
As then' h only one genuine Syrup of
Figs ini'l FJixir of Senna and as I be gen- H
nine is manufactured fy an original V
method known to the California Fig Syrup . tm
Co. only, it is always necessary to buy the 4k
genuine to get its licneficial effects. J
A knowledge of the alovo facts enables a
one to decline imitations or to return them m
1 if, upon viewing1 the package, the full name '$,
I of tin California FigSyrupCo. is not found ja
printed on the front thereof, V
Purchasing Power. i
A young gentleman of ww ac- S
quaintance, who had just reached the 4
age of six, was recently waiting with
hU mother for a train at a railway
station, when he noticed ai penny-ln-
, he slot weighing machine. He asked
his mother a great many questions
about It, and at last received permls- A
lon to drop in his penny and be ' v
weighed. Having obtained ihat im-
portant information, he said: "How J
much would I have weighed, mamma,
If I had dropped in a dollar?" r
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured E
wltt LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they rannot rnaa "
Mm itrnt n! the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or const!-'
OitlonM dlerasr-, and In order tn cure It you must take 4.
Internal ui-inedlre. Hull's Catarrh Cure la taken in- 7
tern.'iiiy and acta directly upon the blood and mueoua- if
aurfaoea. Uail'a Catarrh Cure Is not u quark mnli-
cine. lit wae prescribed by 0110 ol the best physlrlana
In tlils-country lor years and Is a regular prescription.
It Is composed ol the best tonics known, combined
with the best blood purifiers, net Inn directly 00 the
mueoua surfaces. The perfect combination ot the
two Inirrcdlenta la what produces such wonderlnt re
suite In. outline catarrh. Send tor testimonials, tree.
F. J. CHK.VEY v CO., Props.. loledu. O. :
Sold by Dnwithta. price T5e.
XnAe LLiii a Family Pills lor constipation. J
Refrigerated Staterooms. B
Refrigerated staterooms are found f
on three new ships engaged in the
fruit service between New Orleans A
and Colon. Each room Is fitted with
a cooling "radiator" operated in con-
noction with the refrigerating system 9
that has been installed for preserving- 9
fruit In transit. fl
Foreign Trade of United States. ;
Great Britain buys more goods from '
the United States than from any other
three principal countries In the world
$620,000,000 worth in 1908; $10,000,
000 more than from France, Germany
and Holland combined, according to
the July report of the department of
trade and commerce of Canada.
Important to Mothers. f
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safo and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Bears the stf sfnTjt
Signature of CjuXyyAcoCcXiM
In Use For Over ;jO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
What the Name Means.
"Pa, what is a pony coat?"
"Something I've got to work like a
horse for to keep your mother peace
able." Detroit Free Press.
Mrs. 'Wlnalow'a Soothing- Syrnp.
For children teething, eoftene the gums, reduces ln-
lainuallon. allaya pain, cures wind collo. 23ua.boUJa 1
Occasionally a thin woman acquires
the art of not showing It.
Dr. rtarae'e Pleasant Pellcta Drst pnt an 40 years
ago. They regulate and liiTlgorutu stooia.cn. UTae
and bowels. Sugar-coated tluy ganulea.
The worm may turn, but the grlnd
ctone has to be turned.
V FURS HIDES
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FfBBl'1"-;1'!""" " n.'"". InMuaUwi II ..w .,,.1 h.rs u trap. ...d t., Uo.m. . .u"
X l.utiful R..l. Our MwnrtleHailenilUegeTallrsrtienhnslitn traps " Ot, ,,-r l,ul. TH . .
V fcjaerftteMi,. areas. JjUmmk Ur.. Itmi iVi mLZLlu,ii!f