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If you cat ca ai Livingstons
Cafeteria I
Paving of Washington The survey
for the paving of Washington avenue
from Twentysecond street north to
tho brldgo baa been completed by tho
city engineer and bids for the work
will be advertised for In a few days
The work Is being dono In accordance
with the order of the city council
made a fow weeks ago
W NTEDInn and wife who
have bad experience In apartment
house work to tlo Janitor work and I
take charge apartment house Appl
by letter to PostofOce Box 812 City
Omaha Officials Garrlt Ford pas
senger traffic manager of the Union
Pacific railroad at Omaha and a party
of minor officials from the same city
arrived In O den this morning In
a special car attached to Union Pa
cific passenger No5 The party
left for Salt Lake city on train No
16 of the Oregon Short Line
Better get that Anthracite Coal
Phones 119
Eccles In Private Car Private car
Xo 100 of the Nevada Northern ar
rived In Ogden this morning on
Southern Pacific train No G The car
was occupied by S W Eccles and
party and loft over the Oregon Short
Line for Salt Lake City on train No
2 Mr Eccles Is president of the
Nevada Northern and also holds an
important position with the A S t I
IL lines
B G Butter is always reliable
Modern Woodmen at Lagoon Tho
Modern Woodmen of America Camp
No 9990 of this city is having Its
outing at Lagoon today most of the
Woodmen leaving here at 130 this
afternoon The day Is being spent In
plcnlcing social recreation nnd ath
lotlc sports It Is the annual outing
or the local camp a large crowd Is
participating in the festivities
Expert Kodak Finishing Leave
your films today and got your prints
tomorrow Films and photo supplies
for sale Trlpp Now address 2465
Washington Avo
Fish Lake Forest Assistant For
ester G T Benlz has returned from
a trip of inspection to the Fish Lake
national forest in southern Utah Ho
states that conditions in that sec
tion arc quite favorable although the
country has been visited by the
Levis Good Coal is best Phones
Miss Owens Injuries Miss Lydia
Owen who was Injured last evening
by being run down by Leonard Fow
lers automobile is resting nt the
jeneral hospital today and it Is re
ported by the hospital authorities that
the young woman suffered no inter
nal Injuries or broken bones It was
reported this mornIng that Miss Ow
ens nose was broken but the hos
pital people state that is not true
Short Line Aug 6th and 20th Secure
your Uckets at City Office 2511 Wash
Ington Avenue
Janitor 1 V Nelson of tho city
hall Is spending a two weeks vaca
tion In San Francisco
Dr Fernlund wishes to announce to
his friends and patrons that he has
removed his office to 410 25th over
th > Utahna drug store
Depart for Europe C Charles left
Ogden this afternoon on tho Overland
Limited for tho cast where he will
join Mrs Charles for a tour ot tho
old world Mr and Mrs Charles will
return to Ogden in tho fall They con
template opening a business house on
Hudson avenue
Try itLewis Good Coal Phones
F R Moro was arrested on a war
rant yesterday by Detectives Cham
bers The charge Is assault and bat
tery but the hostilities seem to have
consisted of a harmless encounter In
which Moro and another foreigner
proceeded to shake each other vigor
Short Line Aug 6th and 20th Secure
your tickets at City Office 2514 Wash
ington Avenue
Marriage LicenseA marriage li
censo was Issued today to Francis P
Cunningham aged 2S of Park City
and Miss Kate Cole aged 22 who
only recently camo to this country
from the County of Down Ireland
Bankrupt salo of Mrs Blairs stock
of millinery at Stafford Millinery Co
2367 Washington avenue formerly
Srd floor Wrights
Real Etate Transfers Georgo J
Ueeder and Louise A Reeder wife to
Lorenzo D Olsen for S300 all of lot
9 in block 2 of Woodmansee Main
Street addition to Ogden City survey
Pacific Realty association to Thomas
C Ballantyne for 500 parts of lots
4 and 5 In block 21 plat C Ogden
City survey
Short Line August Gth and 20th Se
cure your tickets at City Office 2514
Washington Avenue
Strike of Electricians At a recent
meeting of the directors of tho Elec
trical Supply Fixture company It
was declared that henceforth the com
pany would conduct an open shop
In consequence of this action on the
part of the company a small strike
of union electrical workers is now he
ing waged against the firm Manag
er Volgt states that the company will
deal with tho employes at any time
an Individuals but will not recognize
them collectively as a union
I Firemen In the nyonTho Vet
eran Flromen are onjo > ing an outing
at The Hermitage today A good
sized crowd left this morning for the
cool refuge of tho canyon and lh < re
is plenty of evidence that a von
i ipleaeant time is beiuy spent away
from the heated streets and hurly
burly of the city A largo number of
friends of the firomen will attend the
danco In the canyon tonight
Clothes Found G G McFarland
left a package containing a suit of
clothes In thn pockets of which wore
some valuable papers In front of the
d Watkins store on Washington avenue
J last evening Some person picked I
Up the clothing ransacked the pock I
ets and threw the clothing away The I
clothes lator were found by th < r po
lice who believed that they had dis II
covered a clue to some sort of mys
tery McFarland recovered tho cloth i
ing and contents
Priest Had to Protect
Him From His
New York Aug ExPrcsidenf
Roosevelt returned to New York ear
ly from his trip in the anthracite
regions of Pennsylvania Ho said he
was going on to Oyster Bay
His midnight reception at the ro <
tor of Rev Father J J Curran In
Wllkcabarre which was attended by
several thousand persons was an en
thusiastic affair The streets were
jammed for a block each way from
the parish house and when Col Roose
velt arrived he found It almost Im
possible to escape from the pressure
Father Currau threw his arms
around tho colonel and tugged at
him and a policeman placed his hand
on tho colonels back and pushed In
this fashion ho at last reached the
house cJOCETY
Miss Mabel Bott was pleasantly sur
prised by a merry party of young
friends last evening at her home
2656 Lincoln avenue Games dune
iig vocal and instrumental music and
various contests were enjoyed Her
uan Purdy winning head prize and
consolation prizes being awarded to
Miss Florence Wilson and Glen Herd
tl The serving of a tempting morn
v as an additional pleasant feature
of the evening
Those present wore Misses Mabel
liott Ethel Thomas Verna Riley
Nina Handley Rhea Stevens
Florence Wilson Nondas Brown Hat
tie Stahr May Cook Marian Brown
ing Zylpha PIngreo ZIna Pingroo
Bertha Oakden Ethel Doxe Allcr
Francis Pearl Shields Messrs Her
man Purdy Dick Shields Malhias
Tanner Earl Pingroe Art Brown El
mer Cook Floyd Tate George
Reeves Harold Balllnger Lester
Malau William Bott Henry ErIckson
Edward Jordan Glen Herdtl
The nuptial ceremony uniting Miss
Francella Adams of the Princess Mil
linery company and Chris Sorenson
was solemnized In St Marks cathe
dral Salt Lake City at 7 oclock on
Tuesday evening Miss Adams was
attended by Miss Stlckney of Salt
Lake and the groom by Joe Adams
brother of tho bride
Mr and Mrs Sorenson left Salt
Lake yesterdar for Parowan Utah
where they will spend two weeks with
tho brides mother and friends after
which they will return to Ogdon
where they will make their home
Ray ODonnell left today for Min
neapolis Mimi where ho will attend
tho annual convention of the Inter
national Typographical Union as a
delegate of the local branch of the
order Before his return Mr ODon
nell will visit a number of eastern
cities and will enjoy a wellearned
1 Miss Minnie Klesel of Ogdon and
Mrs Bowman of Butte wore guests
of honor at a lake party given by
Mrs W J Shcaly of Salt Lako on
Tuesday evening
J J OConnor and daughters May
and Teresa have left Ogdon for an
extended visit In Chicago Cleveland
and other eastern cities
Recently the Betterment League
canvassed the city Tho league want
ed to know whether the people de
sired stricter regulations of the sa
loons Two hundred canvassers wade
a house to house inquiry Tho re
turns arc surprising The trustees of
the league realize that tho city is anx
ious for the returns and so they have
arranged a public meeting for next
Thursday evening August 11 in the
assembly hall of the Wober Slake
academy when besides a few sharp
ens speeches the results of a most
remarkable canvass will bo given to
the public
It Is reported that tho league has
secured tho expression of more peo
ple over 21 than cast otes in Ogden
at tho last presidential election
I am not guilty Sir I was wash
ing all day yesterday and washing
hard too said Mrs Burton in au
swer tp tho charge of drunkenness
read to her by tho clerk of the uuml
cipal court this morning
The complaint allegM hal Mrs
Burton was unlawfully drunk yes
terday and she pleading not guilty
the arresting officer Mr Crompton I
vas called to testify The officer
stated that the woman had boon in
carcerated in the city Jail before for
drunkenness his opinion being that
bhe Is an habitual drunkard
The woman stated that she was not
drunk having taken only a glass of
beer during the day Sho claimed
that she was fatter1 because of her
worriment over detic troubles
Her furniture she said had boon
taken possession of by some one
while sho was In jail a short time
ago and practically destroyed She
also claimed that aho had boon buf
feted around from the police station
to the county poor farm without hay
ing been givon a hearing ny Wnd
I and that her property rights had not
been respected while she was In cus
tody The woman appeared lu court
In her stocking feet carrying a
bundle under her arm a glance
through thetorn paper wrapper in
dicating t that < it contained hose and
other tootwear S
You havo been In Jail before
said the jude and you had a hear
ing too You are In the habit of
Dotting drunk and making trouble for
th police officers ao i iho county or
iicials t guess tant the best thing
to do isto give you a suspendedsen
tenco of 20 dL sWo dont want to
fieo you hero again S S
Twenty days floater did yon say
Judge Well that Is all right
A jury was Impanelled In the dis
trict court this morning In the case
of William Brown charged with burg
lary In tho third degree After the
jury was secured tho court was ad
journed until 10 oclock tomorrow
Brown it is alleged entered the
home of J C Sullivan on Ninth street
during the early part of last May
under the pretense that ho was solicit
ing for an Insurance company Sul
livans vest was hanging In the par
lor tho room Into which Brown had
gained an entrance and the supposed
solicitor took from tho vest a sold
It Is said that Brown has served a
term in the Utah state prison for for
TldEV > W f Toi I IQO r n l
home from an extended sojourn In
the east some u i
health Mr Maglnnis has suffered
for a number of months with an af
fectation of the throat which so far
physicians have hardly been able to
positively diagnose The treatment
he has been given though has beon
beneficial and he has hopes that he
k now on the way to recovery
While in the east during the past
threo mouths Judge MaInnls has
spent most of his time in the states
of Ohio and Now York He antici
pates remaining at home now but
will not attempt to attend to any
business except In tho office
An external operation has been
performed on lila throat and the
soreness of the chords make It
rather difficult Jor him to do much
talking S
Washington Aug 4SeQral New
Orleans trading companies com
plained to the stale department today
thatbecause the apparently Indefi
nite policy of this government In > NI
caraguan Affairs steamship com
panies wore adding 2 per cent to all
charters as a war risk The trading
companies complained that the extra
charge Interfered seriously with their
commerce with eastern Nicaragua
The state department has replied
that It can do nothing and reiterated
its previous assurances that the
United States will protect American
ships and American cargoes against
depredations In Nicaraguan waters
The Madrlz ships have returned to
Blueflolds the probable port of the
Hornet Although the Hornet Is said
to carry supplies to the Estrada
forda forces sho is an American
owned ship flying the American flag
New York Aug 1hotel keeping
as a branch of charity is to bo tried
by the Sage Foundation Tho hotel
is to be built at Forest Hills Long
Island In conjunction with the mod
ern homes which the foundation Is
building for working men and people
of modorato means
According to the plans the hotel Is
to be one of the largest on Long
Island It will be eight stories high
fireproof and will cost several hun
dred thousand dollars Its guests will
be workingmen who wllj be accommo
dated at the lowest possible rate
Los Angeles Cal Aug ILouls
Schrlbcr In his day known as one of
the worlds greatest cornetists died
here yesterday S3 years of age He
accompanied both Adollna Patti and
Ole Bull the violinist on concert
tours as a cornet soloist He was a
charter member of tho Philharmonic
society of New York and in 1S723
was soloist with the Thomas orches
tra He was a native of Ccbjentz
Germany and came to tho United
States in 1856 His health failed In
1SSO and since then ho has resided
In California
Logan Aug 3Afl a bearing
lasting two days in Judge Brang
hams court Warren McDonnel of Po
catollo and Paul hansen of Provi
dence were held for trial in the dis
trict court on charges of adultery
Bail will be fixed at 500
Andrew Nelaen of SmIthfield charg
od with fornication was discharged
for the reason that there was no evi
dence corroborating tho testimony of
tho girl in tho case The girl has
been committed to the reform school
at Ogden S
New York Aug4U Billy Ford
the Philadelphia heavyweight ever
had any aorlous Intention ot cnpaglng
In combat with Jack Johnson ho re
linquished the Idea with celerity to
day ForU was uncon hus for moro
than an hour early today from blows
given by Billy Brown In a firhi at
tho Sharkcy Athletic club lust night
and physicians worked constantly
over the beaten fighter before ho was
finally brought to
A FIRSTCIAfV experienced di llv
ery man T B Evans Co S4lwk
Secretary James Wilson spent most
of this forenoon at the forest son Ice
offices personally meeting the em
ployes and making a general Inspec
tion of the quarters and tho work
done aJ the desks When the secre
tary was here last August tho de
partment had not moved Into the new
building which It now occupies the
department then being stationed on
the upper floor of tho First National
bank building
Mr Wilson was delighted with the
now quarters not hesitating to say
they are as commodious and modern
as any he has visited during his trip
Tho secretary was accompanied by
his son Jasper on the visit to the
forestry headquarters and both stated
that they were much pleased with
conditions there
Jasper Wilson states that ho and
his father have enjoyed the Ogden
visit and that they arc more than
pleased with the manner in which the
office and field work of this district
aro conducted S
Senator Smoot Joined Secretary
Wilson at noon aud spent the after
noon with him at the Reed hotel The
senator will accompany Secretary
Wilson as far as Provo this evening
and the party will leave over the Rio
Grande at C oclock
The secretarys next slop will be at
Colorado Springs from which point he
will go to Denver whore he will spend
a row days with the foresters of that
With the resignation of Miss Alice
Blech of Ohio from the executive staff
at the While house the position of
private secretary to Mrs Taft will
pass to another Interesting young
woman Miss Mary Dandridgo Spiers
a Virginian by birth but accredited
to North Carolina in the records of
tho navy department where for sev
eral years she has filled a clericnl
When Miss Blech succeeded to the
title desk and salary enjoyed by Miss
Isabella Hagner under the seven
years regime of Mrs Roosevelt the
position of social secretary at the
White house lost much of the distinc
tion implied by the descriptive adjec
tive Mrs Taft frankly declared she
wished a clerk not a companion In
this particular officfe and with that
object In view selected Miss Blech
from a score or more of applicants
at the outset oC the administration
Miss Blech at that time being a clerk
in th > bureau of American republics
recommended by the director there
John Barrett
Mrs Roosevelts secretary entered
completely Into the dally life of the
executive household arriving at her
desk at 10 a m and remaining uatil
evening sharing tho midday meal as
one of the family frequently return
ing to dine and always appearing as
an aid to tho hoate s at any evening
function from an informal musicale
to a state reception to the diplomatic
corps The monotony of a large cor
respondence and the same clerical
duties performed by Miss Blech were
varied In Miss Hagners case by fre
quent shopping excursions for or with
Mrs Roosevelt attending a symphony
concert with the latter n trained ani
mal show with the children or chap
eroning Miss Roosevelt to n ball
game i
Like Any Other Clerk
Mrs Tafts secretary on tho other
hand works along well defined lines
Business is businesswith Miss Blech
who arrived at her desk at 9 oclock
just like any other government clerk
goes out to luncheon at noon and
leaves the White house at I or 430
That aforesaid desk Is located In a
pleasant corner of the upstairs alt
ting room of the White house and na
turally establishes its possessor in
close personal relation with not only
her employer but the other members
of the household not excepting the
chief executive himself
The great volume of semipersonal
correspondence addressed to tho pres
idents wife such as requests for In
terviews autographs invitations by
the score and the personal accounts
of dressmakers milliners requests for
patronage all come to the secretary
as well as many personal notes and
messages requiring prompt and care
ful attention
The wife of the president makes
no visits formally considered she
keeps a record of those who call on
While many persons leave cards at
the White house without what in an
other capital would be considered a
reasonable right or excuse to so dis
tinguish themselves tho majority of
Mrs Tafts wouldbe visitors are what
Henry White describes as persons of
a certain class and their cards worthy
of entry on the book which forms the
basis of many invited companies each
Here Is where knowledge is not on
ly power but salvation Where the
social secretary should know who Is
who and ho able to recognize by
name and sight the thoroughly accred
ited members of polite society from
whatever clique or set they came and
also the pirates and parasites who
though comparatively few In number
are farreaching In their detrimental
effect on any polite company Mica
Hagnor having grown up In Washing
tons most exclusive society was able
to save Mrs Roosevelt from many an
noyances from this source as well as
to differentiate carefully In Issuing in
vitations to the numerous entertain
ments of a more personal character
to which the guests are asked regard
less of the congressional directory
It Is said Mrs Tat trusts this del
Icalo task to no on < and personally
selects the guests she wishes at each
tea musicale or small dinner party
her secretary merely writing the note
of Invitation
S Mrs Tafts Knowledge
Having had tea years as a Wash
ington hostew to hcr credit as well
as a brilliant sqclal reign in the gover
nors palace at Mania with scores pf
doss pursqnal frlonds in both official
and resident clrclOF Mrp Taft ont r
ed the White house with a knowledge
of nor obligations and her privilege
to a degree unknown to any of her
predecessors with the possible ex
ception of Mrs Cleveland nt tho be
ginning of her husband s eocond term
A responsibility or the social secre
tary IB to keep the calendar free from
conflicting engagements which Is not
so simple as it appears particularly
I la these days OC telephone messaes
1 and vacbal Imitations Oncheara fre
quently of Informal Invitations but
most people agree there can be no
Informal entertaining Qfor by the
S chief oxecutho and family Hence
Miss Spiers will find her hourly cure
necessary to Insure Mrs Taft always
being at homo to receive the call of
the wife of an1 ambassador or minis
ter or possibly same other notable
visitor who may be calling by appoint
S Also she will be the responsible
party in making the appointments in
answering all preliminary questions
regarding the same and in keeping
Mrs Taft Informed as to who wishes
to call and in giving out Information
on social affairs to tan representa
tives of the press
Miss Hagucr formerly had a regu
lar hour for seeing the newspaper
women at the White bouse a custom
Inaugurated by Mr Cortelymi and
extremely useful to both the society
writer and the secretary Miss Blech
however prefers giving this Informa
tion by telephone which will probably
bo the method employed by Miss
I Spiers Tim latter like the present
secretary is described a an accom
plished linqulst but has learned hor
French and German entirely In Am
erican schools and largely in North
From Navy Deonrtment
The fact of Mias Spiers being de
tailed from the navy department for
thirty days from March 27 when she
takes up her now duties is not regard
ed ac reflecting on her ability to dis
charge the same but suggestive of
Mrs Tnfts early dopnrture from
Washington when following tho pre
cedent of last ccaaou she will not
take her secretary with her Should
the satisfactory
proposed arrangement prove
isfactory Miss Spiers will bo trans
ferred to the oxocutlvo roof before
the opening ot the social season next
I autumn at a salary of tOO per year
as paid her predecessors
Miss flinch who resigns to become
the bride of Lleut Richard Wain
wrIght Jr U S N will continue with
Mrs Taft until March 25 her mar
riage to take place In April Miss
Spiers like Miss Blech Is a young
woman of pleasing appearance but a
blonde tall and slendor She has a
large circle of blends In the southern
contingent of resident society and
during her Washington career ha
lived at a fashionable boarding house
on Massachusetts avenue
She Is extremely popular with her
fplowboarcer1 and also with her fel
low clerks in the navy department as
shown by the sincere congratulations
that have been brought forth by the
announcement of her selection for
this muchcoveied place
A young woman secretary In the
White house staff la not an Innova
tion of tho last administration as
cent monly supposed The description
of Miss Hagnor as the first social
secretary of tho White house is as
accurate as that of the megaphone or
ators who point out the statue of the
great John Marshall as that of the
first chief justice of the United States
During the Harrison administration I
brilliant woman from Indiana Miss
Alice Sanger filled this role hut oc
cupied a desk in the private office of
the then secretary to the president
Major Halford and not in the resi
d > 1 + 1 p White House
The social aspect of the adminls
trt i auioJiu quite as powerful
twenty years ago as today found less
notice In the public prints which pos
sibly accounts for tho absence of Miss
Sangers biography from the social
history of the capital New York
st Paul Aug I Secretary of the
Interior Balllngor while en route to
Seattle wrote the following note to
tho Associated Press I
Please say for me that reports to
the effect that Senator Cranos con
C rence with roe had to do with the
suggestion that I resign is without
Our conference did not In the
slightest degree relate to myself or
an matter affecting me Very re
The country editor has trials of
various kinds of his own and some
have worse troubles than others
An Arkansas man had written an ar
ticle about n wedding that had oc
curred in his town and gave It to a
printer to be set In type The prinnt
er had been indulging to a limited
extent in hydrant water he got the
Bedding article mixed up with a pub
lic sale notice and the whole thing
appeared like this
PUBLIC SALE William Jones tho
only son of Mr and Mrs Josiah
Jones was disposed of at public auc
tion Miss Lucy Anderson on my farm
one mile east of Leonardvllloe in tho
presence of seventy guests Including
the following towlt Seven mules
twelvo head of cattle Rev Jackraan
tied the nuptial knot averaging 1
250 pounds on the hoof
Tho beautiful homo of the hrde
was tastefully decorated with a
Blackhawk corn planter ono sulky
hay rake ono feed grinder one set
ofdouhlc harness nearly now and
just before tho ceremony was pro
nounced Mendelssohns wedding was
given by ono milk cow five years
old one Jersoy cow to bo fresh in
April carrying a large hunch of flow
ers in her hand and looking charm
ing In a wedding gown made of white
spring wagon six shocks of corn
three ricks of hay ono grindstone
Mousseline de sore trimmed wILl
about top bushels of wheat
The groom Is a wellknown and
popular young man and has always
stood woll In society circles or
twelve Berkshire pigs six Durocfi
while the bride Is an accomplished
and talentrd teacher of a splendid
drove of Poland Chinas pedigree fur
nished If desired
Among the beautiful presents were
two sots of knives and Corks one
I steam rnSlno one riding plow one
whcpjbarrdw gocarl bobsled and
other articles too numerous to men
I lion ton
I tionTho bridal couple left yesterday
for an extended honeymoon trip
I RfL Twelve monthc cash Lunch
will be served at the sale after which
Mr and Mrs Jones will po in house
keeping In a Opzy homo near the
corner Main and Cot L B Brady auc
It is tvorth while to call 1S and get i
our rate < on storage coal Shurtlln t
Co phones JS
The case oC most importance before
the municipal court this uiornlnc was
that of the City vs William C Howell
charged with exceeding the speed
limit with nn automobile in which tes
timony was heard the court finding
the defendant guilty and sentencing
him to pay a fine of 25
I was alleged in the complaint that
Mr Howcll drove an automobile on
July 20 at a rate of speed greater than
is allowed by tho ordinances of the
city In support of the allegations
S Offlcor Reast Job Pingree Jr and
Rowland Carter testified that Mr
Howoll drove au automobile along
Washington avenue at the Intersec
tion of Twentysixth street at about
18 miles an hour Mr Ptngreo stated
though that he wasnot certain as to
the rate of speed the machine was
going but that he was certain that i6
wag faster than a good horac cattle
travel S
The defendant and City Recorder
Carl Allison Jr Mr Allison being I
with Mr Howell at the time the al I
loged violation of the speed ordinance I
of the city was committed stated
that the machine was not going faster
hour than about ten or fourteen miles a
Mr Howell stated that he was test
ing another persons machine he be
I ing unablo to regulate the speed be
cause of somo disarrangement of the
gearing Ho claimed that he had no
intention of violating the law and ut
the time did not consider that ho was
I According to tho statement of the
witnesses for the defense It is evident
that the speed limit was exceeded
I Bald the court and it seems to me
that something must be done to stop
this excessive and reckless driving of
motoi machines Some one is being
knocked down nearly every day and
something remarkably serious Is go
ins to happen if a halt is not called
I will fine the defendant 25
Witnesses not appearing against
Thomas Ellis charged with petit lar
ceny the case was dismissed and the
defendant discharged
Officer Kelleher In the case of thp
city against J J Murphy charged
with mendicancy stated thntihe bad
discovered that the man had not hen
begging but that ho was disorderly
and used abusive language toward
the proprietor of a hotel The case
S was dismissed
F R Mnro accused of the crime of
assault and battery failed to appear
and ancwcr tho charge Ills bail fcv
5 was forfeited
The case of Francis Ueodor
charged with assault and battery was
again continued until tho defendant
can see his attorney The defendant
was arraigned on another chargo oC
assault and battery claimed to have
been perpetrated upon the person of
Ed Chatelain husband of Dora Chate
James Flommlng pleaded guilty to
the charge of disturbing the peace
and he was fined 30 The complaint
In the case alleged that Flommlng
used vile language toward Mrs J > J
Coates and family
John Weiser was drunk twice yes
tertla > That Is two complaints were
filed against him he furnishing ball
fiji 35 in each Instance John was
not In court this morning when his
name was called and tho two bails
were declared forfeited His spree
yesterday COlt him 10 in police court
forfeitures The defendant claims to
toe a traveling lan from the HoosIer
John King was fined 10 for dis
turbing the peace August 2 He said
ho was half drunk when the offense
was committed and that ho was angry
at a fellow for betting > his money on
the wrong horse and losing it Hr
slapped the fellows face for It anC
created a allaround rough house at
tho Turf exchange
New York Aug According to
a census just completed by the de
partment of parks there are 11221
trees on the Island of Manhattan out
Side of those in the different parks
I costs the city about 2 yearly to
care for each tree tho allowance for
this purpose being about 25000 a
Congressmen Fear SIbley Will Cause
National Publicity Bill
Congressmen in Washington espe
cially those who do not want to paag
a publicity bill for campaign receipts
and expenditures wore talking In
dark corners about the expenditure
of 40000 b oxReprosoutatlvc Jos
opn C Slbley hero of tho Archibald
letter episode who has just defeated
his successor Representative Wheel
cr for the Republican nomination for
congress in the Twentyeighth Penn
sylvania district
Inasmuch as Mr Sibloys total re
munoratlon counting 1 perquisites
to his office f reloctcd to congress
will bo only about 18500 In two
years It Is dlflioult to understand why
he warffc to go back to Washington
w her bi primary nomination alone
stands him a dead loss of 22000 and
ho has yet to be elected wait mort
than year before taking his seat
after that
and then live two year er
Ono answer Is contained In Mr Sib
leys complaint about tho criticism
leveled against his extravagance The
gist of his argument Is
I have plenty ot money and I
want to go back t congress Why
shouldnt I
Another Way
It was night
Wild cries of Firo Firol a
frighted tho peaceful neighborhood
A blaze had broken out lea barl
Thore is a horso In there yelled
fomebodr and turn in an ularm said
a stranger who Beamed to have dis
covered the fro Ill take thp horse
The stranger rushed Into the barn
whipped off his coaL threw It over I
tho animals head and loc tt 1ut into
the alley
presently tup fire department ap
peared put out the flames and the
obliging stranscr led the hor o bock
to Its stall
S But It was discovered suibasfiuontly J
that it WI5a different hprse
The police arc IvoKlnc fpi tho
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Toy Smith the nejjro who thrc
months ago while resisting st
shot at Officer 0 H Mohlraajj appeared
peared In tho district court this morn
ing to answer to the chnrgo of shoot
lag with Intent to kill The colored
man asked that his caso be continued
until September IL at which tiuio ho
said he will be able to produce wit
nesses In his behalf which be la at
the present time unable to obtain Ho
a granted the extension of lime
The crime of which Smith Ic
charged occurred at the Ogden Beer
hall Officer Mohlmaa was eudeavoi
lug to arrest the npgro when It is
said tho colored inun fired point Wank
at the policeman the bellet barely
missing the officers head and making
a hole through the plate glass of the
Chicago Aug iJoe ions former
lightweight and one oC the mQst popular
lar fighters in the country may never
sec his mother and father In BaUl
vuore wither he is hastening lie
was unable to rise from his cot wheo <
he arrived hero today and oxygu
a being used to sustain him Uc
was taken to the home of tile first
wife Mrs Madge Gans who open I
her house for her former spouse and
the woman who succeeded herself In
hl3 affections S
Physicians accompanying the PX
fighter doubted that he would be
able to leave Chicago but Gans wa
insistent that they use every doisc j
to prolong life until be could bid
farewell to his I
farewel parents
Tho doctors finally yielded to his 11
pleas that a ntarL be made for Bal I
tlmore and reservations wee made I I
on 3 East bound train leaving Chi
cago at 530 p m tonight His phy 1 1
sician said he believed the efforts to
roach Guns old home would be fruit 1 i I
less a it was Impossible that the
fighter would live longer than today j
ut a start would bo made to please I I
the patient S
The late Justice Brewer was pre
siding years ago over a civil case In I
Which ono of the important witnesses I
was a doctor named Williams The
under was a small man with a weak
little voice and tho counsel on both
sides as well as the court and jury
had groat difficulty In hearing his
During crossexamination the coun j
sel for the plaintiff became exasper j
ated and began to prod aud harry the
little man S 1
Dr Williams he shouted if w
are ever going to get anywhere with i
this case you must speak up so tho i
court will hear you Speak up loud
and strong sir
rhe smallBlzod veterinary tried
but It was evidently no use Whtsth
or from embarrassment or inability 4 1
the sound would not como
Well your honorocgan the j
counsel Indignantly when Judge
Brewer stopped him with n gcsluro I
Leaning over tho bench he said in i
his kindly tone 1 J
Mr Attorney you must bo pa it
tient with tho doctor He cannot help r
it Year3 spent lu the sickroom bat
S apparently made speaking low a see
ord nature with blmThc Greou
Bag 4 f
Irish Luck
Did yes know thol Casey tuk
out a thousand dollar lolfo Ineur
ance only the daay before he wuz
Sure Caseyw uz alwaaya lucky
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I notice remarked Mra Laps
Hug theyre having i good deal of
trouble in Washington now over the j
consternation of the natural rp
sourcosChIcago Tribune
Whatever trouble Adam hadj
No man could make him sore
By tiaylue when he told a Jest
Ive heard that Joke before
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