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V s rSB OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. 1913 O l
I -store closed mon
day all day to pre
pare for our re
moval sale which
morning at eight
Ywo-Tonr-Oiie-Thre Washington Ave. nr(i
I STANDARD TELEPHONES
Fop Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 66.
G V. Tripp, the Photographer in
your town. S20tf 25th St
Watch Taken Louis Mara? of 141
Twenty-fifth street, complained to
the police that his watch had been
taken from him while he viewed the
films In a local picture house last
night. To avoid the heat, Maras had
removed hlB coat and he did not miss
the watch until he left the place.
Advertisers muBi nave tneir copy
ready for the Evening- Standard Lbe
evening before the day on rhlch .he
advertisement Is to appear In order to
Named Historian Mrs. John Cul
ley of Ogden was named historian
of the woman's section of the Ameri
can Pharmaceutical asecistlon now
meeting In Nashville, Tenn. Mr Cul
ley was elected second vice president
pf the National Association of Phar
macy boards Thursday
Mormon and all other church pubii
atlonB at BramweU'6.
Sold Beer Fitch J Kinney, a clerk
in the Tabernacle pharmacy, at Twenty-second
6treet and Washington ave
nue, was arrested last night by Ser
geant H. C Peterson, charged with
selling two bottles of beer. He was
released on $50 cash ball.
Md papers for sale at the Standard
Office. 25c per hundred.
The cream from which B & G BUT
TER is made is the richest and best
to be had Try a carton. .
Baseball Game The Owls and the
Shorr Line will play a game of base
ball at 3 o'clock tomorrow on Glen
wood diamond The Owls have not
I at the
I ISIS THEATER
, ! A Biograph Indian Story
I I J MISS LILLIAN G1SH
H j Vitagraph 2 reel;
H I feature
"THE LINE UP"
I and the ISIS ORCHESTRA
H 'THE LADY AND THE
I Cosmopolitan Life in Cairo.
ALKALI IKE AND HIS
Sfeq A Carload of Pun also John
Pathe's Weekly full of
ra m interesting events.
fe PRICES SAME 5 AND 10c
, been defeated this season while the
opposing team has lost but one game.
It 16 expected that the game will be
Call 421 for the newt, editorial an4
society department of the Standard.
New Pool Hall The basement, of
the Howell block on Washington ave
nue near Twenty-fifth 6treet Is near
Ing completion and this afternoon
Bardley and Best will open their bll
liard and pool hall and bowling alley
Fitet-Class Auto Service Call ap
Elite Cafe, Phone 72
Trailers Beginning at noon tomor-
row. trailers will be placed on the
regular motor cars for Brlgham City
The increased Sunday traffic over trie
lnterurban has made It necessary to
put on the extra car.
Bramwell carries everything In
Books. Stationery and Office Supplies
Depart Sunday Chief and Mrs A.
B. Canfield will leave Ogden tomor
row afternoon for New York City,
where the chief will attend the Inter
national convention of Fire Chiefs.
Dr. R J Schultz, chiropractor
moved. 361 28th St.
On a Vacation Fred J. Vlcks, ca9h
ler of the Security Trust and Savings
bank, leaves this afternoon on the Los
Angeles Limited to spend his nc,
tlon on the Pacific coast
Miss Louise Pierce, teacher of
piano, will receive pupils at 282S
Will be Visitors Edward H An
derson. Mr6. Lucy Smith and Miss Al
ice Beesley, all of the general board
of the Mutual Improvement assocla
Hons, will be visitors from Salt Lake
tomorrow at the Weber stake M I A.
Southworth Hers Henry South
porth, acquitted of the charge of mur
der in the killinc of "Ned" Hanks,
manager of an Italian band, in 19U
is In the city promoting a mining de
velopment proposition. Southworth
states that he has promising gold
properties In the vicinity of Virginia
City, Nev , which should become great:
producers In the course of a fe.v
Nebraskan Guests Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Gulb and their son Chester o"T
Springfield, Neb., were the guests of
Mr and Mrs John F. Smith on an
auto trip through Ogden canyon yes
terday afternoon. They were pleased
with the canyon and declare Ogden
to be one of the most prosperous cl"
les In the Intermountain country. A
trout and chicken dinner at the Her
mitage was the culmination of the af
ternoon pleasure trip The Nebras
kans returned home this morning to
reache Springfield in time for the son
to take up his duties as instructor
In the schools there
Gravel for Concrete A supply of
gravel is being placed at the EccJs'
sk scraper preparatory to concrete
work, which will begin Monday Car
penters are still busy placing forms
for the concrete floors and they are
now well ahead of the concrete men.
Canyon Car Beginning tomorrow
afternoon at 1 o'clock, the canyon
cars will be run every thirty minutes.
From S to 9 o'clock in the morning,
a one hour time schedule will be main
tained and from 9 until 1 o'clock Tt
will be a 40 minute schedule
Drinking Fountain A large sani
tary drinking fountain haB been
placed in the Ogden Rapid Transit
company's depot on Washington ave
nue, near the corner of Twenty-fourth
Church of Christ, Scientist
Masonic Temple Sunday school
at 9:45 a. m ; sermon at 11 a. m,
subject. "Mind." Testimonial meet
ing at 8 p. m . Wednesday evening.
Named Guardian In the caae of
Herman Van Braak against W. O.
White and others, Harry Hales has
been appointed guardian ad litem
for Elmer O. White, one of the de
fendants. Alimony In the divorce- case of
Bertha Miller against Edward H. Mil
ler, Judge J. A. Hc.well has ordered
that the defendant shall pay alimony,
costs of suit and attorney fees. It Is
required that he pay $15 a month
temporary alimony, and $9 a week
which shall apply to the pavment of
fees and costs as well as ailmony.
Guert of Uncle Miss Pearl Loe
wensteln of Ogden, is the guest of
her uncle Fred Loewenstein and fam
ily at Evanston.
Lund berg Divorce Martha B
Lund berg has commenced suit In the
district court against Frederick Lund
berg on the grounds of failure to pro
vide. The petition avers that the
parties were married in Logan May
19, 1S9S. and that they now have one
child The plaintiff asks for the cus
tody of a minor child, costs of suit
j reasonable alimony and a dMslon of
Cullon Estate In th matter of the
estate of Mary Cullen, deceased. Mar
tin. Cullen.. the surviving husband, has
petitioned the district court for let
ters testamentary. Mrs. Cullen died
at Oakland, California, according to
the petition, August in. 1918, leaving
an estate valued at about 5,"on. In
her will she named her huband as
Marriage License Marriage li
censes have been Issued to James
Kiljrrovr- and Mrs Belle Pence of Salt
Lake and to Bernard Jacobson of
Ogden and Anna Berland of Denver,
Transfers of Real Estate The fol
lowing real estate transfers have
been placed on record In the county
The Wright Investment company to
John C. Hamer, a part of lot 3. biock
15, plat B Ogden survey. Considera
Richard Saunders and wife to Ella
Ellis, a part of the southeast quarter
of section 22. township 5 north,
range 1 west. Salt Lake meridian.
Visiting In Evanston Mrs. S R.
Menssen and baby of Ogden are
guests of Mr. and Mrs F. P. .Wlson
and family at Evanston Mr. Mens
sen was formerly employed in Evans
ton. but is now managing the Golden
Rule store at Five Points,
At the Dee Mrs Lizzie and Mrs.
J C. Wood of Ogden havo been admit
ted to the Dee hospital for treatment
Paving The P. J. Moran Construc
tion company has begun tho concrete
bed for the asphalt pavement on
Wall avenue, between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second streets, and will
be working on the Lincoln avenue
the middle or early part of next
week. The asphalt plant, however,
will not begin operations for about
Improving Track Th Salt Lake &
Ogden Railway company has a force
of trackmen on Its roadbed from
Twenty-fifth to Twenty -sixth
streets on Lincoln avenue Concret
ing on the west track will begin the
early part of next week. Over most
of tbe new road the company is put
ting down new 85 pound rails
Guest of Sister Mr6 Tommy Lane
of Ogden Is the guest of her sister,
Mr6. Marry Hall in Evanston
Poisonous Spider A tarantula of
wicked dimensions was discovered in
a car of bananas yesterday by George
Douglass of the Cragan Bros Com
mission company The poisonous
spider In 1n the possession of Wil
liam Kllppert who Intends to keep It
as a souvenir. Tarantulas are fre
quently found In banana cars shipped
To Be Married Georgle Gray, the
nrgre63 who was believed to be In
sane hut was found only to be suffer
ing from absence of opium, has been
released from custody. She visited the
police station today, inquiring for her
fiance, "Champaign" Gray, telling the
police they are to be married when
Gray gets out of Jail.
Insurance Man F. C. Flinders
6tate manager for the Capitol Life
Insurance company, returned Friday
to his office In Ogden after a visit of
two months to Idaho. He left today
over the Denver & Rio Grande for
Denver where he will attend a con
vention of state managers of hlfl
BENNETT Funeral services foi
Mrs Kate Bennett, wife of Delbert
Bennett of W e6t Point, will be Jjeld
at 2 o'clock Sunday In the meeting
house at West Point Tho body may
be viewed this afternoon and evening
at the Larkin parlors and at the home
of George R. Bennett at West Point
tomorrow from 10 a. m until 1 p. m
WILLIAMS Funeral services for
Ruth Williams, the daughter of Mr
and Mrs W H Williams, will be held
at 2 p. m Sunday In the Third ward
meeting house. Bishop W. D. Van
Dyke will officiate
SCOTT Alice, the Infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Scott, formerly
of Ogden. died at the home In Poca
tello Thursday morning The funerai
was held this afternoon.
ROOTSELEER Funeral sendees
for John van Rootseleer, who died
at 8:40 a. m., today, at the home.
2464 Adams avenue following an 8
monthp Illness from Bright' dis
ease, will be held at 2 p m., Tuesday
at the Mound Fort meetinghouse The
body will He In state at the home
Monday and Tuesday. Interment In I
Ogden City cemetery' Mr. Rootseleer
was born In Utrecht, Netherlands.!
December 16, 1855, came to Ogden j
May 4, 1903. He is survived by the I
widow, two daughters, Mrs Jenett
Zegers and Mrs. Geo. M James of
Ogden, and six grandchildren
YOUNG MAN IS
TO BE BURIED
FuDeral services for Adolf Jensen
the 20-year-old Danishman who was
killed Thursday afternoon in the As
pen tunnel near Evanston, will be
held at the Klrkendall chapel at B
p. m, tomorrow under the auspices ot
the Danish Brotherhood Rev John
Lund of the Danisn Lutheran church
of Ogden and Salt Lake will deliver
the runeral sermon
As a representative of the local
lodge, O. D Rasmu6sen went to Ev
anston yesterday to make arrange
ments for the shipment of tbe body
to Ogden. The body arrived in
den this morning and may be viewed
up until the time of the funeral.
Jensen was born In Denmark and
had been in the United States but a
year and a half He has no relatives
here. He Joined the Danish Brother
hood on June 2 and at the time of his
death held a policy for $5o in that
fraternal organization. Among bis ef
fects was found a bank book 6how
Ing that he had $176 to his credit in
the Plngree National bank of this citv
and a receipt for an order fur $1.15.
which had been sent to his parents
Mr. Rasmuaaen learned while In Ev
anston that Jensen was upon the top
of a freight car and had fallen be
tween two cars as the train paaaed
through the tunnel. His body was
After expenses for the funeral aro
met, his parents In Denmark will be
sent the balance that stands in favor
Pi the deceased
SHOTS FIRED AT
A Montenegrin, clerking In a coun
tryman's store In Rock 8prlngs. Wyo..
fell in love with a pretty Austrian
girl and was paying her close atten
tion when the father of the girl took
two shots at the objectionable lover.
Thereupon the fellow and his girl
decided to Hope and, taking the own
er of the store into their confidence.
Induced him to accompany them to
Arriving hpre the younc people
paid a 6tranger $1 to point out where
and how they could get married Th
guld led them to the City Hall,
where th janitor halted them with
the information that they had arrived
too late. By 9 o'clock at night they
had searched out a minister and won?
married. A little later a messago ar-
l rived from the sheriff of Sweetwater
county, Wyoming, Inquiring after the
elopers, hut when Sheriff DeVine got
trace of the couple, tho ceremony that J
took the matter out of his hands had;
Tho Montenegrin and his Austrian!
bride havo started back to Rock
Springs, resolved to subdue the Irate!
DRY FARMING ON
The Promontory Point company, In ,
which Judge H H. Henderson and
lex-Mayor Robert C. Lundy are In-'
terested quite extensively, Is break
ing up a large tract of dry farm land !
' near Saline, on Promontory' Point, on I
the Ogden-Lucin cutoff, a number of
plow teams having been at work ,
there since last January. Next yearj
it is expected that the lands will:
produce wheat and other dry-farm
More than three hundred acres I
have been cleared of brush this year,
ready to bo planted. Most of the,
I ground will be seeded this fall.
The land is rich alluvial soil and
I is covered with a heavy growth of
'sagebrush which makes it the best of
dry farm lands Thf lands lie on the
I western slope of the Promontory
mountain range, bordering the Great
Salt Lake and along the proposed
Sallnc-Burley railway. Fresh water
has been found at a depth of about
130 feet in such quantities as to war
rant the installation of a pumping
plant and Judge Henderson Is of the
opinion that sufficient water can be
pumped to the surface to irrigate a
largte tract of fruit land.
TO LEAVE ON
SEPT. 1 1
Members of the Grand Array of the
Republic of Utah and Idaho will leave
for the national encampment at Chat
tanooga, Tenn., In a special Pullman
car over the Denver & Rio Grande
on September 11, according to in
formation received today by Colonel
J. V. Nelson, the delegate to the en
campment from Ogden The Idaho
delegates will Join the Ogden party
here and the Salt Lake party will be
in the same car. Besides Mr. Nelson.
H. C Wardlelgh, Comrades Baer,
Wright and Van Patten are expected
to be in the party.
When the Confederate reunion was
held In May, the G A R was In
vited to hold its encampment at
Chattanooga for the reason that the
famous battlefield of Chickamauga is
near there and September will mark
the 50th anniversary of that hard
fought battle. Colonel Nelson was a
member of the Fifth Wisconsin light,
artillery that engaged on that field
and consequently the trip will be of
added Interest to him. He ha6 not
visited the scene since the war.
Opens September 2 Persons em
ployed during the day should take
advantage of the opportunities of
fered In our night school. Bookkeep
ing, stenography, typewriting, etc.,
taught thoroughly and practically
Reduced rates to the first twenty -five
students enrolled increase your
Income-enroll in our night school
Central Business College, Opposite
Post Office, Tel 764
FOR MISS HINLEY
Miss Alta Avey entertalued at a
parcel 6hower Wednesday in compli
ment to Miss Mary Hlnley, who will
be an early September bride Four
teen of the intimate friends of Miss
Hinley were bidden
The color scheme was beautifully
carried out In the house and table
decorations Golden glow and sun
flowers, artistically placed, made the
rooms bright and delightfully pretty.
Tbe dining table was a charming pic
ture. Dainty china, cutglass and sil
ver were enhanced by a beautiful
centerpiece of golden glow and other
yellow flowers, cute little yellow bas
kets of salted peanuts were the fa
vors and unique yellow cards marked
the place of each guest The color
scheme was effectively carried out
In the menu.
An interesting affair of the week
was the marriage of Miss Mae Hall,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Hall,
to Claud A. Hensley of SL Louis,
Mo The wedding took place at 5 30
Monday evening at the home of the
bride. 2783 Pacific avenue. Rev Rass
weller performing the ceremony
The bride wore a beautiful wedding
Last Tew Days
Stocks are getting lower Also the prices are getting
Every day this week busy shoppers have been making
their dollars do triple work at this sale Every articb
will be sold nothing will be brought back.
There are still a great many items left
Tonight will be busy night at the sale Stocks have
been rearranged and your visit here will be a pleasant one.
Wrights' Rummage Sale
gown of champagne crepe de chine,
I with over-lace
Following the ceremony an elabor
ate wedding supper was served. A
variety of beautiful flowers were
used in charming effect In the house
decoration At 7 . 30 p. m autos con
voyed the party to the Union depot,
where a shower of rice, old shoes and
the usual wedding bouquets were put
in use The young couple left on
the 8 n5 train for Denver, where they
will spend a short honeymoon and
will return to make their home in
Those witnessing the ceremony
were- Mr. and Mrs. H C Hall. Mr.
and Mrs Steven R. Taintor. Mr. and
!r- Ray Craig, Mr. and Mrs Fred
, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stan
diford, Mrs. James Thompson. Mr.
E. J. Jordon, Miss Grace Eans. MUfi
Eva Lvnham. Miss Effle Kent, Miss
riaricv Little. Ralph Hall, Saint
Hall and Howard Hall
B B. I. O. GIRLS
One of the most enjoyable meet
ings of the B B. I. O girls was held
Thursday afternoon with Miss Velma
Malloy at her residence, 323 Eight
The house was decorated with
goldenglow and marguerites which
are the club colors Sewing was the
feature of the afternoon
At five o'clock a dainty luncheon'
was served by the young hostess.
Those present were Misses Inez
Thomas, Annie Moran, Bernlce Burk.
Zclma Shaw, ?'lora Hotaling.
Gwendolyn Terry, Leanora Hall.
Juanlta Dunbar, Velma Malloy
The Minnehaha Campflre girls met
with their guardian. Mrs Virginia
Mathews, 44 Twenty-sixth street.
Tuesday evening, after their meeting
had adjourned games were played
and an enjoyable evening was spent.
Mrs. Ullle Light and daughter.
Mr6 Carl Thk. are visiting in Salt
Lake for a few days.
Mrs Martha Hughes is in Ogden to
spend the winter with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C H Gosling
PAST NOBLE GRANDS
Mrs. A. E. Lansing was hostess on
Thursday last to the Pa6t Noble
Grands' club. The rooms were gay
and lragrant with the flowers of the
season and a tempting menu was
served by the hostess assisted by
her two daughters Card games were
enjoyed and first aid second prizes
were awarded to Mrs. Kate McFar
lauu and Mrs. Banville, Mrs. Ammer
man. a guest of the club receiving the
i booby prire.
The next meeting will be held,
'Thursday, September 1, at the home
; of Mrs. McChesney.
Those present Mesdames E. C.
Wardlelgh, K Bogart. Addle Baker.
M Moon, B Royle. G Koons, E Ran
dall, E Myers, Ida Baker, Sarah
Turner, India Sawyer. K. Howe Nel
lie Chiverall, Addle McChesney, E
I Banville, Emma Holtgren, Kate Mc
Farland, Annie Kissel. Elizabeth Mor"
rlson, Emma Meid, Mra. Ammerman
MR. HAMILTON ENTERTAINS.
Last Sunday Mr. David Hamilton
again proved himself a delightful host
to a party of friends, whom he en
tertained at the Lake in honor of his
son. Harry Hamilton, and family of
St. Louis The party left Ogden At
10 for the Lake where thov indulged
In bathing and merrymaking until late
in the afternoon.
Upon returning to the city dinner
was served, and the guests departed
for Ogden stopping over at Lagoon
for an hour or two.
Those asked to Join the party were
Mr. and Mrs Harry Hamilton and
Uttlfl daughter Margaret Elizabeth.
Mr and Mrs. Scott Parmlev. and lit
tle daughters France and Elolso. Ed
na Hamilton. Ruby Cook and Mr Da
.J.01 rBWr wa 8'ven In hon
I Parl pek Frldav ntol
at the home of Mrs Marv Dovle. 293
Washington avenue The'eveiilnc Waal
spent In games and merrvmaking. nf I
rblC,.Df lunrh.on was
served in the dining room The rooms
were very' artistically decorated with
sunflowers, the color scheme being
gold and brown.
Miss Peek was the recipient of
many beautiful and useful gifts.
The following guests were present
Misses Pearl Peek. Emma Harris, Ma
bel Ferrin. Fern Harris, Cella Ford,
Margaret Hanley. ilma Hopkins.
Gertrude Ellison. Wllma Sandstorm.
Francis Stoddard. Dora Heywood,
Myrtle Wilson Mrs M. Doyle. Mrc
Mary Earle, Mrs Mary Dovle and
Mrs Edith Doyle
TO MEET AT THE VIRGINIA
The Promoters of the League of
Sacred Heart'' will men at 2:30 p.
I m. Wednesday next at the Virginia
with Mrs. M Connor as hostess
Mr and Mrs. Peter Koch and two
daughters were guests in the city
Friday, en route from Missoula, Mont ,
to Pasadena. Cal Mr Koch called on
District Forester Sherman with whom
he has been acquainted for many
years He is a former banker of Boze
man. Mnnt and has a wide circle
of friends and acquaintances.
Miss E6ta Sisson of Mason. Ill . Is
Mailing at tbe home of her brother.
A E Selsson. 2341 Quincy avenue
Chairman W. E. Sanderson of the
permanent "Fashion Show" commit
tee will call a meeting to be held at
the Weber club during the coming
week and plans for the coming event
will be discussed The date for
holding the celebration will be de
Mr Sanderson stated today that the
i merchants are In favor of the show
; and he anticipates that even greater
support will be acocrded the move
ment than heretofore.
From present Indications, the car
nival will bo held In September when
the stores have received their fall
stock The plans are to show the
people of Ogden Just why It pays to
buy at home and at the same time
entertain them with a parade, carni
val and music.
OF WATER IS
Six men have been working on the
connection of the city water pipe with
the power line at Cold Water canyon
and Foreman D G Taylor of the
' waterw orks stated today that the
connection would probably be com
1 pleted this afternoon. The watr will
be turned into the pipe on Sundav
When the emergency line is con
nected, the city will receive water
from tho intakes at the power dam
and Wheeler creek and also from tho
Utah Light & Railway line. The
connection Is being made at the point
the water from Cold Water enters the
Tnnidad, Colo.. Aug. 23. The body
of E D Stansell, the Stanta Fe bridge
foreman, who, with four of his men
was killed in a cave-In in the old
Raton tunnel Wednesday, was recov
ered today. Tbe bodies of Fred
Fleener and George Ciement. carpen
ters, are still In the debria. Coroner
(' M Bayne. of Colfax county. New j
Mpxiro. was ready to conduct an in -I
iqulry into the disaster this afternoon
nrw - I
REJECTED SUITOR SUICIDES
Sterlln III . Aug 22.-Charles Hub-n-r.
35 ears old, when hi fiancee a
parents objected to bis marriage with
their daughter last night, returned I
to his room, spent most of tho night
taking a bath, shaving and dressing
himself in th. garments purchased
tor the wed. lint', then shot himself
through the head, dying Instantly
GARRISON AT CHEYENNE
Cheyenne. Wyo., Aug. 23 Secre
tar of War Garrison and his party at
8 o'clock this morning left Fort D.
A Russell where thev passed the
night, tor the Polo Mountain maneu
er reserve. 30 miles northwest of
Cheyenne. They will return to Chev
enne at 2.30 p. m, and attend the
frontipr das celebration, witnessing
contests to establish world's cham
pionship bronco busters and steer
Santa Barbara, Cal , Aug ?3.
Jamea N. Barnes, a millionaire of St.
Joseph. Mo. is dead today at bis
summer residence at Morrteclto. near
Santa Barbara His death was due
to nervous prostration, caused by in
juries suffered six weeks ago when
cranking an automobile.
Chicago, Aug. 23 Play In the
North Central states championship
tennis tournament began today on the
Kenwood country club courts There
are 73 entries for the men's single
and 424 for tho doubles Twenty-one.
women players will contest. Among
the experts entered are Walter Hayea,
Illinois champion, Heath Byford.
Wisconsin champion, and R. N. Ham
ilton of Milwaukee.
RECORD FISH CATCH.
Los Angeles, Cal.. Aug. 23 Estab
lishing what is said to be a world's
record with rod and reel. W. C. Bos
chen, of New York, brought to gaff
off Catallna island todar a 355 riound
sword fish after a fight lasting 92
minutes The fish was 12 feet Id
length with a sword four feet long
and seven inches wide at the base.
Madison, Wis . Aug. 23 A new uae
for the despised Englls sparrow has
been found by T H. Parks of the
Idaho Agricultural college and Jamea
G. Sanders of the University of Wis
consin These two scientists, working to
gether against a peat known as the
alfalfa weevil. It. was learned here
today, have demonstrated that tho
pest Is not bpread through tho seed
of alfalfa, as the weevil feeds on the
leaves and stem of the plant but not
on the seed. It thus becomes a nat
ural food of the sparrow k
The weevil Is of foreign birth but
since its importation has done great
damage and at one time threatened
thn whole industry in Utah, Idaho
and southern Wyoming It caused
groa' alarm among growers of the
middle west also J,
Dubuque, la , Aug 23 It w as pobi
lively declared today that th body
found In the burned barn at the Steru
wpIs home, where the family of ly
. '.i'!. Has thai of Mrn. Sternwel.
Thls was determined when goid and
other false teeth were discovered In
the aahes of the ruins. The author! I
ties t-ikf this as proof that Mrs
Sternwels murdered her husband and
rhf three children, burned the farrrt
buildings and then committed suicide
Th funeral for the five dead was held
Question of which died first, hu
band, wife or children may determ
ine the disposition of th estate,
whlrh is now believed lo be wort
fully 1100 noii