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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAHr THURSDAY NOVELXBER 18 1903 j I
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Entered as sccondclaaa matter
at the Poctoffico Ogden Utah
under Act of Con a re SB March 9
18U
Published Dally except Sundays
by Wm Glacmann
SUBSCRIPTIONS
I One Month In Advance J 75
Six Months In Advance 425
Twelve Months In Advance 800
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THE MAN WHO WINS
The man who wins Is an average man
Not built on any peculiar plan
Not blessed with any peculiar luck
Just steady and earnest and full of
pluck
When asked a question ho docs not
guess
Ho knows and answers No or
Yea
When set a task that the rest cant do
He bnckles down till hes put It
through
For the mall who wins Is the man
who works
Who neither trouble nor labor shirks
Who uses his hands his head his
ejcs
Tho man who wins is the man who
tries
so
NO MOVING OF THE U P
HEADQUARTERS
President A R Hcywood of tho
Weber club has sent a message to
Omaha requesting the Union Pacific
ofllclals to hold In abeyance any plans
they might have formulated for the
moving of tho headquarters of the
Utah division of the Union Pacific
from Ogden to Green River This
prompt response on tho part of Mr
Hcywood to the threatened injury
bids us have confidence In tho ability
of those men who arc helping direct
tho destiny of this city With an im
partial hearing Ogden should bo
equal to tho task of convincing the
railroad authorities that once division
headquarters have been established
here the cause for removal should be
greater than tho questionable advan
tage to ho gained by operating the
division from its geographical center
as a place like Ogden obtains certain
community rights which should be
respected ouo of which is that of
I stability which no road should disre
gard after becoming an Important fac
tor in maintaining that stability
HEAVY DROP IN THE
c TINTIC STOCKS
i Tho crash Jn Tintic mining stocks
I I is proof that tho policy of tho Stand
is1 ard In discouragement of stock buy
ing on the Salt Lake mining exchange
Is for the best Interests of tho people
t t this city For two years or moro
tho Standard has refused to print the
mining stock list from Salt Lake hold
ing to the opinion that the publica
tion of those markets would tend to
stimulate interest In tho mining
stocks which are daily quoted
There la fully 150000 of Colorado
Sioux Consolidated and Iron Blossom
stocks held in this city notwithstand
ing this papers failure to encourage
stock dealing With Colorado Belling
tt 75 cents and sagging Iron Blossom
U 65 cents and Sioux Consolidated ai
< o cents the original investments by
Ogdenltcs In these minlg properties
has been cut to less than 50000 or a
I loss of over 00000 to this com
N munity In a gamble which at no time
i I compared with Ogden real estate as an
k investment
Thorp are so many consummate
I
Beware of
Ointments for Catarrh that
contain Mercury
n Zzercury will
Burdy destroy the sense 01
amen and cornplttel d
r derrge tbe whole y8ter a
When cntetmg It through he
mcous lIurfaces
6 tch
t artlclcs hould
Jc be used except on
preseriptioM from
bnugc they Will doit re f bS1c1 InJ II the
cau possibly duivo frow 0 to the good YOIl
Cure manufactured by Oal IT riIMI 8 Cll Th
tfokio 0 contain no xrr p Chcncy Co
internally 3cLru cllicctlI1ocrctU Ilnd I tlken
riuc B itIrac of the Jyft rthbe loodJr rd
r Hall
Catarrh Cure be sure ou Ynbuyzngllall
is tiken Internllly DnJ gC th genulnCo It
Ly F J isssgr Co Ttna C 1 Toledo 0
Solrt b Druliu J1i lifonr la free
hails FaniJy l per bOLUC
i1r the b t
T nrnvarlcators In the Tlntlc district
that their combined efforts have taken
from this community a snug sum
which instead of lining thc pojjkcts
of professional operators with gold
buotild bo doing service In the up
building of Ogden j
There are good niincs and meritor
ious mines In TInllc and elsewhere
but by the time the public has boon
let In the goodness has been absorbed
by the Innldors
PURSE STRINGS ARE BEING
OPENED
We are told t 1111 the roniwcJiU
Uvch of Andrew Carnegie arc at Cher
ry III 10 reward the heroes of the
n nc dlsaulor nod If necessary aid In
the relief of the people of that oath
I
strlcken ccal cnnip
It seem that Carnegie In his char
ties has set aside u sum of money
whlch can be used at times of great
disasters The object of limiting this
giving to calamities la to escape the
common form of charity which is said
to accomplish very little good at best
and often much harm by lessening the
Incentive for honest endeavor
The unlocking of the treasurer
vaults of the rich to allow the distri
bution of money anutug the widows
and orphans of Cherry Is hut a duty
men of great wealth owe suffering
humanity
We do not believe In the charity
which tends to make men and wom
en dependent on alms but there Is
In this disaster of the coal mine
something in the nature of mans obli
gation to his fellowman which
makes the succoring of helpless wom
en and children something more than
charityan Imperatve duty by reason
of an Inherent right
Some must do the coal mining and
assume the risk which goes with that
precarious calling hut when death
overtakes those who have been set
that task we all are under obligation
tt
to care for the widows and children
otherwise we are chargeable with
that inhumanity which makes count
l ess tnlllons mourn
0
TAFT SHOWS HIS
STRENGTH
In the words of Mr Roosevelt wo
say
Dully for President Taft
Our president incensed at the ac
tion of President Zelaya of Nicaragua
in refusing to delay the execution of
two Americans captured with the revo
lutionary army in NIcaragua Immedi
ately anounced that diplomatic rela
tions with the little Central American
republic are at an end and he fol
lowed this official resentment with
lo
orders to rush American cruisers and
gunboats from the nearest available
points to the cast and west coasts of
the belligerent republic
Nicaragua Is dealing with a nation
whoso chief magistrate will command
the fear If not tho respect of Zelaya
This quick answer to Zelayas sharp
retort may cause the Nicaraguan ex
ecutive to regret that he refused to
allow tho American government to
inquire Into the merit of the accusa
tions against the two American clt >
Izena
e
WE HAVE CAUSE TO
BE THANKFUL
The Atchison Globe says the couutr
has more to be thankful for than ever
before because the prosperity of the
country Is unequaled Tho farmers
never had such a crop and never sold
It for such high prices the manufac
turers never had so many orders or
so profitable a market the wage
earners never had so much to do or
received such high wages and the
prospects for the future are equal to
the prosperity of tho present Secre
tary Wilson who la tho greatest
source of information concerning the
farmers has just
been figuring
up
the crops of hOP which appear to
i O record boaters in almost every in
stance The corn crop for example
amounts to 2767310000
bushels
an
Increase of nearly 100000000 bushels
from last year and nearly 200000000
bushels more than the average for
the previous Jive years Tho largest
corn crop ever known was harvested
In 1907 and amounted to 2927000
000 bushels nearly 160000000 bush
els more than was gathered from tho
fields this year but the present prices
are so much higher that the crop of
1909 will bring moro monex by many 1
millions than that of 1907 Tho wheat
ciop for 1909 Is 7247C8000 bushels
as against G6iC02000 bushels In
190S and 050510000 bushels as tho
average for the previous five years
This enormous crop however was
surpassed In 1907 by 10000000 bush
els nnd in 1902 by 21000000 bushels
put It should be considered
In this
connection that the price of wheat
this
year is higher than It ever was be
fore It has advanced from 73 cents
to 123 por bushel during the years
for which the estimates are made
TRADE EXCURSION TO
PORTS OF CENTRAL AMERICA
Seattle Wash Nov 1SA trade
excursion made up of representatives
of the different commercial organiza
Lions in Washington Oregon and Cal
ifornia will go on a seven weeks tour
of ports in Mexico and some of tho
Central American republics on tho
steamer Erna which will sail from Se
attle January C
Stops will be made at Mazatlan
Manzauillo Acapulco and Salina
Cruz Mexico Champorlco and San
lose Guatemala Aoatjutla and Ia
Jlliorlnd Salvador and Corlnto Nic
aragua on the southward voyage with
fldo trips by rail to Guatemala City
San Salvador and Managua Nicar
agua
ANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
TJUST FOR FUN 1
Might Well Hapapen
I novor thought these department
store restaurants would catch on like
they have
Why not 1
L feared people would make trou
ble wanting sample sections of steak
or trying to match a piece of plo like
the one they bought last week
Kansas City Journal J
Another Washington r
Susie quarreled with her llllloplay
male so strenuously that it came ib
blow and hair pulling The next day
her cousin Ned Jeered at her I hear
youxo been fighting with Betty Who
licked
Mamma licked truthfully replied
Susie
No Chance toObserve
When you took that flyer in Wall
street were you on the bull or the
bear side
sophisticated man When things
hiokc loose I was so busy dodging I
didnt have time to see what was
chasing moVashlngtou Star
Mush
And what did you say you call
this loomt
The mushroom
What a queer name for a parlor
You but appropriate My seven
sisters became engaged in this
100mlIolston Post
J have been onaim exploring trip
through my husbands summer
clothes
And theso poker chips and these
racing form charts
Constitute the data for my Ice
lilreKansas City Journal
What Inspired Him
The melancholy days have come
So sang tho weary bard
Hed Just been raking autumn leaves
Again from his backyard I
Chicago Tribune
A Polar Metaphor
Oue1I thought you said the
house was only ten minutes from the I
station
1 Suburban Agent Minutes of lati
tude slrHarpers Weekly
CREEK SHOT AND
FATALLY WOUNDED
Gust Getis Shoots Andrew Roume
liotls Down Over
Pool Table
Salt Lake Nov ISAmid the
laughter of his friends and the click
I of billiard balls Andrew Rouuiullotis
a Greek was shot down and fatally
aw
wounded by Gust Getls a country
man In the billiard hall of Gust
Slathkas at C2S West Second South
street Wednesday night at 830
oclock Roumcllotls died at 150 this
morning
The wounded man was carried Into
the Vormilllon drug store at 511
West Second South street and re
moved from there in tho police patrol
wagon to St Marks hospital Ho
was immediately operated upon for
the purpose of removing the bullet
but the operation was futile
RoumollotlB was operated upon by
Drs Paul and Klrtloy The bullet
was removed and was found to have
entered from the back and to have
ep
perforated all the intestines as well
as severing two of the main arteries
More than two quarts of blood were
found In the stomach of the injured
manTho
Tho cause of the shotlng is said to
have been a family felldGust Getls
who did tho shooting was a cousin
of Peter Getls who was shot and
killed by John Kothioftls at Bingham
on December 23 last and Roumollotls
who was shot Wednesday night was
a cousin of Kothlaftis who was ac
quitted of shooting Peter Getls In
Judge Lewis division of tho district
court Wednesday night at 6 oclock
Roumeliotis with Ernest Ecanomy
Chris Coutsogeoegas Peter Covolos
and John Kerhulas had just returned
from tho court room of Judge Lewis
and all were discussing the outcome
of the trill of Kothluftls The men
who are all related had left Roumc
liotlu in the billiiird hall and had
gone to the Denver Rio Grande do
pot for the purpose of seeing two of
their countrymen off for Colorado
Upon their return to the vicinity of
tho billiard hall they saw Gust Getls
and his uncle George Getis apparent
ly arguing on the street across from
tho billiard hall Gust Getis was seen
to start across the street and the old
man his uncle culled to George
Sarres another Greek to atop his
nephew from entering the billiard
hall All the men ran to the billiard
hull Just as the shot was heard
Before they neared the entrance
Gust Gctis was seen to dart out of
tho dorwuy run across tho street and
into an alleyway Ho was pursued by
Peter Colovos a cousin of the Injured
man Turning Gust Getis leveled his
revolver at Colovos and told him that
if he came Into the alley he would
kill him Colovos stopped and Getls
then disappeared
Eye witnesses Inside the billiard I
hall say that Roumcliotls was en
gaged in playing a game of pool when
CeLls entered tell room Neither man
spoke and Rouinollotis paid no allen
tion to Getis after tho latter first en
tered tho room and stepped close to
the pool table As Roumeliotis bent
over the pool table for the purpose of
making a shot Getlu it is said
stepped up behind him and pressing
the gun into the left side of the small
of his back fired the fatal shot With
out a word Roumollotis straightened
up and fell to the lloor
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CORRECT
Teacher trying to Impress upon
the class the meaning of the word
tmtlcleNow Tommy tell me whaj
t is with which my face and handn
I
ire covered
Tommy Frocklea maam
ECZEMA CURE A MIRACLE
NO JUST SOUND SCIENCE
Physicians now admit tho superior
value of simple medicines for all dis
cuses
esor
For eczema and other skin dlsuaaoH
certainly nothing in the world could
be simpler than oil of wintergreen
carefully combined with such well
known healing and antiseptic sub
I stances as thymol glycerine etc
Read this letter
C A fejW years ago ccicma covered
my llmbfi part of my body and began
breaking out on my face
I began using oil vof win tergreen
mixed with thymol and glycerine In
D D D Prescription Used lIve bot
tles and was cured sound and well
My druggist said it looked almost
like a miracle to him but ho explain
ed to me that the use of this oil of
wintergreen was just sound science
That has been almost a year 030
and 1 see no signs of the disease re
turning
My iBkin Is just as soft and nlco as
it eor was
D P MILLER
Smithvlllo Mo
Such a wonderful experience wo feel
speaks for Itself Culley Drug Co
MISS HOLBERCS RECITAL
Miss Holbergs appearance at the
Congregational church last June was
the signal for a demonstration of en
thusiasm on the part of music lovers
which mado a second recital an abso
lute necessity She is to sing again
on Friday evening of this week in the
same place Tho eastern press is Hv
Ish In its praise of Miss Holbergs
rich and mellow voice The Misaes
Malone Miss BIddle and Mine Hol
berg wit assist in the hours entertain
ment
LETTER LIST
List of letters remaining In the Og
den postoffice November 16 1909
which if not called for In two weeks
will be sent to the dead letter office
Ladies Lust
Allen Mrs A M Johnson Miss
Albrightsen May
Mrs Dine
Keogh Mrs
Adason Miss
jl
M
Mavale
BrSt Ll ° dn ° r Mrs
Brandt Francis lIJS
2 letters Eunice 2
Bryant Mrs Laughlin Elva
w o Nelson Ana
Brown Grace M Olson Miss Anna
Duflln Louie Paakottt May
Daiisherty Mrs pierce Miss
W A
Hazel
Edwards Edna
English Mrs Geo Pearson Mrs
Erickson Mrs Charley
Mrs Isabel Rabourn Sara
Fields Mrs BF
Fredie Smith Mrs
Gilbert Miss Lea H S
Farley Ivy Stringham Alta
Gilbert Mrs
Rena Sawtello Mary J
Hattock Miss Westbrook Mrs i
Ruby Goo
Gentlemens List
Austin Samuel Lu iloyne Chas
Bougaurd W J 2 letters
Blake Will Mark Lehman Herman
Baker Mr and
Ludlow J w
Mrs W
Belmont Ed Lamar P E
Black Eddie McEwan P R
Bruce N P Murphy C
Belma Jangen Myers Dallas
beer Monroe F
Caye Slbley Miller Howard
Cohlcy Sena Morse Lark W
Carey E D Mrrcus Russell <
Carter G R Niclu George j
Carter R E Nclcci S S
Davis L T Oliver Al
Davis E M Norris S I
Dava E T Perrmun L C
Davis Frank Pine C S
Delihant T H Pithcon John P
Earl Robert Patterson H R
Ernst Richard Patoll Angelo
Evans F W Roberts Aahby
Foresbeck Knit Reed W W
ting Co Ross J E
Carman L T Schmall Charley
Garner Harry G Suville J A
Goer Earl A Sawtelle J R
Golva Bill Sauor Andrew i
Gore Archie P Simandal Paul
Hisketh Thos Stolglor S U
Haight Mrs J J Smithons W F
llarlan Joe Sullivan Jim
Hepworth James Tate Henry
Herr Horbert IL Tcshlnm G
5 letters Tuttle E
Harmon A H Van Uner W
Hawgins Wm Western Pac Ry
Hunsen Harold Weenhacker
Houng Chin W H
Huxter Sam Warn J F
Irwin Harry F WOOI J D
Jenkins Win J Wilson A H
Kinsey Oreen W Wilson Ed
Kellogg Oscar Warner H O
Kennedy Harold Williams Ceo
2 letters Greek letter
Kamh C 0 Illegible J
c
Keefe Joe
Papers
Curllshloy G
2 papers
papersU W SHURTLIFF P M
HIGHWAYMEN HOLD UP
AND ROB STREET CAR
Carmen Backed Into Corner of Car
and Relieved of 13
Salt Lake Nov ISWhen Water
loo car 351 reached tho cad of tho
line at 1130 oclock Wednesday night
it was boarded by three masked hold
up men who covered the crew with
revolvers and relieved tho conductor
of 1395
Conductor R W Parrish and Mo
torman C Finney were about to step
off the car when they met masked
men boarding the car who told them
in no uncertain tone of voice to throw
up their hands The cannon were
then hacked into the center of the
car and the conductor was searched
While the searching was going on
the crew had plenty of time and a
good opportunity to examine the hold
up men closely They aro described
as being youths not more than nine
teen years of age and wearing hand
kerchiefs over their faces After se
curing tho money they ordered the
carmen to start the car and then
jumped off in the darkness
MRS STETSON DROPPED
AS FIRST READER
Boston Nov ISThe name of Mrs
Augusta E Stetson formerly first
reader of Christian Science church of
New York was today dropped from
the list of names on the rolls of tho
Christian Science church by orders
of the directors The directors de
cided the charges that Mr Stet
son was working contrary to tho
teachings and practices of Christian
science to be true
For a salad out of the ordinary mix
croam cheese wljh chopped ollvus and
a boiled dressing Serve on hearts of
lettuce
BILL IN EQUITY IS
fiLED IN THE COURTS
California Fruit Growers Seek to
Keep Railroads from Raising
Freight Rate
A bill In equity was forwarded for
filing In the United States court in
Salt Lake Wednesday In which the
Frttt Growers association of Cali
fornia seeks to enjoin a numberof
tho western railroads from Increasing
the fariff on citrus fruits lemons and
orange Tho complaint says In ef
tct that tho railroads hitye done
this or an threatening to do so The
bill has been filed In tho court in
California and will be filed In all the
states through which the roads com
plained of pass
The defendants named In the com
pjalnt aro tho Southern Pacific the
Atchison Topeka Santa Fo tho
San Pedro Los Angeles Salt Lake
Railroad company and the Transcon
tinental Freight bureau The bill
was filed In tho court here by Senator
Bonner X Smith Wednesday after
noon The complaint contains about
forty pages
Jt appears that tho tariff law passed
by congress at Its last session raises
the duty on lemons and oranges im
ported from Sicily and Italy some
thing like 35 conts a box It is alleged
In the complaint of tho fruit growers
that the railroads threaten to Increase
their freight rates to an extent near
ly equal to tho protection afforded
the fruit growers under this arrange
ment and the fruit grower IB as bad
off as ho was before
The court is asked to enjoin tho
railroad lines named from putting
into effect the proposed new schedule
on the classes of fruit mentioned It
is said that the action is one of the
most farreaching that has ever been
Instituted in any court In the land
affecting as It does thousands of
fruit growers and millions of dollars
worth of products
PHOTO COUPONS Before buying
or using coupons already purchased
see tho 50c dozen photos at The Trlpp
Studio It will save you money not to
use your coupons
WATTERSON ADDRESSES
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB
Washington Nov 17 Depreciat
ing the newspapers recent sensation
alism Colonel Henry Wattorson ed
itor of tho Louisville CourierJournal
adressed members ot tho National
Press club tonight at a reception in
his honor on the personal relation of
the newspaper to the public Air Wat
terson Is on his way home after an
extensive European tour
Pretending to be the especial de
fenders of liberty we are becoming
the Invaders of private right said
Colonel Wattcrson No household
longer seems safe against intrusion
As surely as this is not checked we
shall grow to be the objects of fear
and hatred instead of trust and re
spoctSome
Some one ought to organize an In
telligent and definite movement to
Ward the bettering of that which has
I reached alarming proportions
I say this in your interest as woll
as In the Interest of tho profession
for 1 am sure that you arc gentlemen
and want to be considered so where
as the work you arc to do Is often the
reverse of gentlemanly It subjects
you to aversion and contempt brings
you and a high calling Into disrepute
< by confusing tho purpose and func
pilous of the newspaper with those of
rtfie police and tho scavenger
4 AERO CLUBS IN MANY
OF THE COLLEGES
New York Nov lSA halfdozen
of tho larger colleges have already
organized aero clubs and there is a
strong probability that a competitive
Intercollegiate meet will be held In
the near future Tho University of
Notro Dame Indiana tho Massachu
setts Institute of Technology Har
vard and tho University Pennsyl
vania aro among the leaders in tho
movement Tho latter institution will
have a balloon ascension on Thanks
giving day over Franklin field Just
before the football game with Cornell
Tho Pennsylvania students will pur
chase an arcoplane In the spring and
Issue challenges to other colleges
ASSESSED VALUE OF
PROPERTY OF ILLINOIS
Springfield Ills Nov 1SThe total
equalized value of all classes of prop
erty in Illinois for 1900 is 2158698
150 These figures wero returned by
the slate board of equalization yester
day Tho net Increase In tho equal
ized assessed value of all classes of
property is 52SG 1306 or practically
1 per cent
SHE GIVES BIRTH TO
HER NINETEENTH CHILD
New York Nov 18Mrs Marl
Radlelgh IS years old and married
twenty years has given birth to her
nineteenth child Only nine of tho
children are living but ono of them
a daughter 19 years old Is married
and Is the mother of one child
RAILROAD MERGER
Denver Nov 17ThC Colorado
and Southern railroad has absorbed
the Stamford and Northwestern rail
road recently completed which runs
from Stamford Tex to Dickens coun
ty In the Toxas panhandle George
B Harris of the Burlington and Colo
rado and Southern was made presi
dent of the Texas road which will
bo operated as a part of the Colorado
and Southern system
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COULDNT OPERATE
Bowers understand that the doc
tors have just had a consultation on
Murphy What conclusion did they
come to
Powers They decided that the pa
tient was not wealthy enough to
stand an operation
HORSEMEN UNABLE TO 1
PAY THEIR BILLS
Tho close of tho racing moot at the
fair grounds Wednesday afternoon
has left a number of horse owners and
followers of tho turf strnlghtoue1
clrcumutancoR according to reports
which were circulated around town
yesterday
Several of tho horsemen are pre
paring to ship their racers to Oakland
and others will ship to Juarez N M
whero a racing meet will be begun De
cember 1
In tho municipal court yesterday
afternoon the Thomas Farr Feed com
pany was awarded possession of a
race horse owned by A W McKonnoy
over which a bill of Rale was held by
the company for horse feed furnished
during the moot An action to ob
tain possession of ono of C J Sells
horses was settled by the court award
Ing judgment to Sell
CLOSIN QUOTATIONS OF
VORLDS MARKETS
CLOSING STOCK LIST
American Beet Sugar 1C 31
American S R 102
Preferred 113
American Sugar Refining 12331
Anaconda Mining Co 54
Atchison 120 7S
Atlantic Coast Line 136
Baltimore Ohio 11612
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77 34
Canadian Pacific 177 12
Chesapeake Ohio 89
Chicago Northwestern 18112
Chicago Milwaukee St P 156 7S
Colorado Fuel Iron C2
Colorado Southern 57
Delaware Hudson 18712
Denver Rio Grande 47 34
Preferred 8112
Erie 34
Great Northern preferred 141 12
Great Northern Ore Certificates
SI 11
New York Central 132 14
Northern Pacific 145
Pennsylvania 133 78
Pullman Palace Car 192 bid
Reading ICC
Rock Island Co 40 14
Preferred SO 12
Southern Pacific 130 1S
Southern Railway 32 3S i
Union Pacific 203 58
United States Steel 913S
Preferred 12C31
Wabash 20 31
Preferred 53 1J
Western Union SI
Standard Oil 70912
Chicago Produce
Chicago Nov 18olose Wheat
Dec 10S May 105 55 May 97
CornDec 60 18 May 61 l2a5S
July Gl
Oats Dec 39 14 May 41 7S July
19 31
Pork Jan 2100 May 2002 12
July 1980
Lard Nor 1325 Jan 1200 May
1145 July 1147 12
Ribs Jan 1067 12a1070 May
1042 12
R eCash 7J l2a77 Dec 72 May
76
Barley Cash 52aCC
Timothy Nov 376 March 410
Sugar and Coffee
New York Nov ISSugar raw
Steady fair refining 392 centrifu
gal 96 test 442 molasses sugar 3 I
67 refined steady crushed 595
powdered 535 granulated 525
COFFEE Steady No7 Rio 8 3Sa i
12 Nominal No I Santos S 34a7S
Motal Market
Now York Nov ISLeadQulel
437 l2 < g > 442 12
Copper Quiet standard spot and
December 13 5S asked
Silver 50 5S
Kimsas City Nov IS Cattle Re
ceipts 7000 market steady native
steers 480 850 native cows and
heifers 225GOO stocker and
feeders 300500 bulls 200 390
calves 400750 western steers
390 575 western cows 275j
450Hogs
Hogs Receipts 10000 market 5c
higher bulk of sales 7705805
heavy 800 810 packers and butch
ers 78501810 light 7500SOO
pigs G25725
Sheep Receipts 4000 market
steady muttona l50550 lambs
6000750 range wethors and year
lings tOO < 4T600 range ewes 350
525
A MISTAKE
Recently I was In a business office
and saw hundreds of letters thrown
away because the writers who were
strangers sent orders without sending
the money The requests usually were
of this sort Send this article to
me and I will remit by return mail
I was Informed there was not a mall
delivery that did not bring from ono
to one hundred letters from strangers
which could not be answered for one
reason or another The numerous
fa Its wero these
Letter did not contain writers ad
dress
Loiter written with pencil on soft
paper and not legible
Letter demanded reply but no stamp
was enclosed
Requests by the hundreds on postal
cards without return postal
Orders for goods without money
Unsigned letters
The majority of the letters were
from rural districts from good well
meaning persons who In all probabil
ity would rather give a dollar to per
sons than unlawfully take a dime from
them but who seem to expect largo
business concerns to transact business
on a trust basis that Is not wholly a
trust business either Pave the
way clear when dealing with strangers
at a distance Make the request in as
few words as possible explain defin
itely the desire and encloso the
amount required or a stamp for reply
THE FLOWERED HAT
The flowcrd hat always appears as
a dress article and while often used
as a street hat Its
real beauty Is ex r
pressed when tho headdress is worn r
with a dainty afternoon calling frock
A flower hat to look well must be
made of good flowers excellent straw
and flno ribbons and you will find It
an expensive article of dress The
flower hat of this season Is a girlish j
affair for the hat is round and tho
flowers follow the brim Practically
all hats of the year with the excep
tion of the very exquisite Georgette
balance evenly on tho head for the
trimmings arc evenly distributed One
hat I saw recently was a regular yel i
low straw toned with black A nar iii
r r
WALKOVER c e i
SHOE STORE
I Now open for business with a 1
m complete line NE
f Mens i
Tl
t WalkOver f vant
p
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1 and Bilt Welf 7n
put
91 3OtoSOO I inonD vrill
tug
Shoes for Men not
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All sorts oC shapes and
now
> styles light and heavy soles inst
broad and narrow toes fine oft
oftC
tQ dress shoes and heavy water I C
proof shoes f vvai
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We Want I P
Your Trade T
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and wo arc going to have it if good shoes and good store service HA
will get it i
WaikOV24T Shoe Store t
I
370 24TH ST 4
WALKOVERS ARE UNION MADE
L O vVt
row black band waR placed under tho
brim and wide soft black ribbon
showing a black satin embroidered I
flower wag banded around the crown
and tied In a largo double bow at
tho front II
THE TOUCH OF BLACK
I
II
No dotail of the season impresses it
self more forcibly than tho touch of
black that appears on many very chic
dresses of the season and It is often
used to very good effect The uso of
jet however has been overdone and
It is almost certain that trimming Is
on the wane though it will not des
troy black In UH various modes for
black has a way of lending Itself to
the charming simplicity of many
dresses cottons silks and satins It
combines beautifully with yellow ap
pears well upon green and Is a favorite
combination with natural tan pon
gee
THIN CLUNY
There is no thin lace that appears
richer on a garment than chummy
whether In a whole dress arrangement
of merely a blouse Bon tho Imita
tion lends Itself charmingly to a frock
MIDSUMMER DRESSES
We can only say that linens aro
gaining in favor and wo oven see
them fashioned into splendid little
dancing frocks many of very demure
pattern They make the most satis
factory as well as seine of the most
fashionable dresses White linen has
a coarser appearance than most of
the tinted hines and persons buying I
white usually pay more for It than
they do for a colored piece In using I I
The Hunting
Season
IS HERE
Get your Guns Ammunition nnd
T
Hunting Outfit at 2504 Washington
ST
avenue A
Tire
1 C Hansen Co pn
ban
putB
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36 3CB
Ton may know the genuine
I If FolsNaptha by the red and I 1
green wrapper
ol JI 1lt2e
TO
linens It Is always a good Idea to have
a hat to match or else a black hat I rR
Hnts really help out tho linen dress mOt
or the season and when the two clash
it Is anything but u good toilette nor
PEPPER SALAD FUR
20ft
Chop ono green pepper In the chop
ping machine and uso it nM the middle
layer between finely cut cabbage Chop
one red popper into fine parllrlos By
sprinkle It on top of the cabbage and I skirt
stick little sprigs of parsley around the 1 freak
odgo Arrange this In a glass dish tho ai
Pour clear French dressing over It j why I
I This Is made with strained ham Juice 1 to W e
or melted butter with suit and vinegar pond
added dress <
sown
VIt1IIr tIoira T of < < < madf
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F r I coinin
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Listen a Kplrn >
to br
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of ih
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¼ ovpr
Mr Cloihe fact
if and 1
back
thi > p
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t I And we will tell you why you should
buy your clothes at our store Nr
bear
I ij In th
Theyre
stylish nobby patterns day
perfect fitting the workmanship is club
I I L equal to that of the very best merchant date
t j flftyf
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tailor
I fort
I I inath
Now every suit in the store is be of 10
ing sold at a discount and just at the head
time of year when a new suit is needed To
boil
3tiitxr by every man
them
In gr
THESE ARE A FEW PRICES oven
is foi
A line of boys coats and vests the pants have been sold 1
They range in size from 16 to 19 years G < I r I
Your choice SP e eiteP i
A line of mens coats and vests all short ones fl6J I
t but good quality cheviot Your choice E p > SJ C 25
THREE LINES OF MENS SUITS WILL BE SOLD
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES
Line 1Some 1000 to OOshot coat suits < fl 95
4
extra good for wear only ii
Line 2Somc 850 new style suits worth i
6 75
850 now only JJe
PUt
Line 3Somc mens suits worth up to 1750 < j tQ 95 them
each Short coatsNow only P 1 ° the T
Whlro
A few mens short overcoats extra quality
7 50
worth 1750 now only e I
ClARKS9 STORES I divides got
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