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DAY THE MORNING wr THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
WEATHER WILL BE PARTLY
OF YESTERDAY I i CLOUDY WITH LOCAL SHOWERS
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F OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 9 J9IO Entered as Second Clacc Matter at the Postofficc Ogden Utah
I Mayor Gaynor 01 New York City
4 C < < Shot by D ls llar e d E mp I oye
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KNrGTS N
THE PARADE
Sixteen Grand Divisions
Require Five ours
to Pass in Review
Chicago Aug 9A trumpet blared
a thousand orders were shouted as
oio out from acres of waving glist
cnug white plumes a steady broad
ilbbon of gleaming white poured It
self Inlo Michigan boulevard with
banners bearing heraldic devices with
Coss hilled swords at shoulder and
thtn began n march today that wii
be the greatest parade of the Knights
Tcmplnr In the history of the order
Every knight attending the thirty
first triennial conclrre who could
pot Into line was there a part ot
the seemingly cudlosa stream of whit >
niiiinctPd sombrely attired knights
nor did the stream stop for three
hours The right Hon Henry James
hart of ISuston cousin of King George
of England and most eminent su
preme progrand master of the great
priory of England and Wales waited
Uside the line attired In Ills full
regalia as head of British Templar
to review tho followers of the red
cross Farther on Mayor Fred Buaso
was saluted and utlll farther Gov
I Charles S Deneen acknowledged the
tribute of flashing steel
This was the big day oC tho con
t
elute Sixteen grand divisions swept
down the line of march then broke
t to reconvene in tho afternoon iu Mu
sic Hall where the conclave was to
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ne opened and vhoro addresses
s welcome were to bo delivered by
Right Emlnnt Sir Cleveland grand
commander of the Knights Templar
of Illinois by Mayor Dusso and Gov
l ncen
I Tonight the Earl of EuBton will TO
I reive Invited guests at the headquar
t ters hotel and the different state
t jraud commanderies will hold open
louse at their various quarters
The Ural accident of any conse
c quence to mar the conclave occurred
this morning when Hyman Gresman
a member of Apollo commnudery of
I Chicago was strucl and fatally in
E Juied by a street car as he was cross
ing Templar Way
Gresman died at the hospital All
I angry crowd threatened violence tt >
the street car crew but a squad ut
police restored order Gresman a
wealth contractor recently returned
from a European pleasure trip with
Ids wife and family llr was in full
regalia when the accident happened
Chicago Aug Altliouqh todays
parade of Knights femplars com
posed of thirty thousand uniformed
men covered fortythree blocks and
JlstprJ from 10 a m until v m none
r if the sir knights had To forego lunch
oeD thanks to 100000 ham sand
wiches made ready last night by 100
men md women for distribution eaily
today at and near Enst Thirtyflri
3lreet and Indiana avenue the start
le ing point of the parade
Twentyfive commissary wagons
were used to distribute the sand
wiches among the assembled knights
I h p fore tho signal to begin the parade
i was given The formation of the pro
cession filled the streets in twenty
r eight blocks and live men in each wag
on dealt out the sandwiches so that
the knights could quickly got under
way and munch the four thousand
double loaves of bread and the 3000
pounds of Interlarded hams as pangs
of hunger might demand
Before the sandwiches were loaded
on the wagons they were thoroughly
inspected ly Knight W A Evans city
health commissioner aided by a corps
of assistants The leaders of the pa
r rade started on the line of march fully
two hours before the rear guard was
In motion
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MOSQUITOES CAUSED
> CHANGE IN CHURCH
Orange N J Aug Mosqulloen
ihave caused a change In the hours of
sea vice at tho Methodist church In
South Orange Up lo tho present
week the pastor bus held services
logularly both morning and evening
I during tho heated month and the ser
vices have boon well attended But
the evening services were terribly
trying account of the posts
Though screens for doors and win
dows wore provided the affliction
continued Last Sunday tho pastor
was repeatedly Interrupted in his ser
mon by the unwelcome visitors and
he finally gave up the fight and an
nouuced that until the mosquito season
son ends there will be no night sere
vice
I
BIG POLICEMAN TO
TRY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Chicago Aug 9Jolm Gillis a policeman
iceman of Vancouver B C who Is
to take part In the national allround
championship contests at Marshall
fluid next Saturday arrived yesterday
I and reported himself in fine condition
Glllls is disappointed ut Martin
Sheridans failure to enter as It was
I reported at Vancouver that the east
ern star would participate
I Tho otllcer Is six feet four Inches
I tall welzhs 170 pounds and Is 26 years
old He is the tallest athlete entered
In a recent tryout through the ten
events Glllls came within a few
points of the record
ft MINISTER SUES
FOR filS SALARY I
St Louis Aug 9SuhutloJl is
free has been literally Interpreted
rind applied by the congregation or
All Saints Servian Orthodox church
nso known as the Holy Trinity Ser
vian church against whom tne pus
tor the Re James Ogich has nit I
suit for arrears in salary amounting
to lt75 covering eighteen months
In the suit filed yesterday in the clr I
cult spurt by his attorney Jes e W I
rurrett the Nov Mr Ogich late ot
yyrvla recounts his bread and but
ler struggles In a strange country
Ho says he received 24 during his
eighteen months pastorate
The ofonomlc iiumilltulon suffered
by him the pastor asserts did not
appear to Interest members of hla
congregation The latter evidently
Il1trLJ tCll the care of their pastor to
providence which took the form of a
position in a shoe factory where the I
Iliauciallycripplod clergyman was
compelled to exchange his clerical
garb for one more in accordance with
the exigencies of his position
Mr Ogich further avers that while
he was undergoing these privations
UK 7S a month salary promised to
him was used by members of lhu I
congregation to stimulate the social j
activities of the community In tho I
giving of dances and parties He al
leges that a portion of the money
was diverted by two prominent
mombors for secular purposes Ho I
supports his attitude toward the con
negation by liberal biblical quoting
tensing his claim particularly on the I
scriptural declaration that lie who
makes a vlnevard is entitled to the
fruit or at least a portion thereof
FIVE NAKED MEN
i AREA LARfiE
I
i Chicago Aug 9Fauns and satyrs
are gone with the myths of ancient
I Rome but an exempllilcaLiou of their
i methods of roaming the forest naked
1 was given all day Sunday and yes
terday by five men who wore sent
scurrying clothless through the for
est of Arden country seat of H N
Higginbotham of Chicago by game
wardens
The five who Impersonated the
weed fauns of mythological days
were not doing it for mere pleasure
They were as free of the clothes of
civilization as the fish that were tho
indirect cause of the enforced sojourn
in tho woods The immediate cause
I way the majesty of the law represent
t ed bv Deputy Game Warden Werner
I and biB assistants They discovered
I Lhn five men seining In Hickory creek
Three were beating fish upstream to
a net held by two others The seli
ers discovered the presence of the of
Shall the Saloons Close at 71
t The
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Betterment Leagues
Great Canvass of Ogden
I
Complete Returns at
Weber Stake Academy
j I Thursday August U 1910
8 oclock
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TUREE SHOTS ARt flRED9 ONE lAK NG
EfftCT N T ill NECK BELOW THE EAR
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Surgeons Have Traced tie Course of the
Ballet but Have Not Extracted the lead I
= = = Mayor Cheerful bat His Daughter Is I
Overcome by Shock = = = Shooting I
curs on Ocean Steamer
MAYOR CHEERFUL
New York Aug 9NoonCom
Irg direct from a consultation of the
rurgcons in attendance upon Mayor
Gaynor Health Commlscionor Lederle
said
IdI
I have just left the mayor and he
seemed very cheerful and Ir good
spirits His vitality Is very good In
my opinion he has a good chance for
recovery I
At this time it has not been de I
termined whether an operation will
be necessary
NO IMMEDIATE DANGER i
I I
New York Aug 9The following
bulletin was csued by the surgeons II
attending Mayor Gaynor after a con I
sultation Just finished
The mayor was chot on the right I
sIde of the neck tht bullet entering
the posterior and upper part and
ranging downward and forward The
position of the bullet has not been I
definitely located but will be deter
mined by Xrayc The mayor Is con I
sciouc and Is now resting quietly and i
there seems to be no Immediate I
danger
Signed VV J ARLITZ
GEORGE BREWER
GEORGE D STEWART
CHARLES N DOWD
New York Aug 9Mayor William
J Gavnor of New York was shot In
the neck and badly wounded this
morning by James J Gallagher a dis
n
ficors almost 119 soon as they came
within bearing distance but the dep I
uty warden and his aides seized the
fishermens clothes the fishermen
stampeded out of the crook on the I
other side and dashed for the tall 1
Umber the wardens after them
The fugitives lived next to nature
all Sunday and Sunday night Yes
terday a woman telephoned to the
police that she had soon five wild men
running naked in tho woods near her
home
While this Is tho latest definite re
port of their appearance in Ufo guise
f of Pan the warden believes UiaL the
Wren are still roaming the forest be
cause thc dare not come out to get
clothes and caJl find no Jig tree in
the northern woods
SPECIAL SESSION I
OF A LEGISLATURE
I
Denver lug 9As a prelude to
the special session ot the state leg
islature which convened at noon to
day a caucus by the Democratic mem
bers of the senate appears to be the
real Issue The Democrats who are
I In control are divided ns to tho wis
dom of the special session called by
I Governor Shnfroth In the hope of re I
deeming seven prO electlOn pledges
The minority members of which
I claim to favor the enactment of the
pledges for tho Initiative reforsidum
i recall bonk guaranty a railroad com
I mission Australian ballot and direct
primaries TO far have refused to en
I ter Into a caucus and be bound by
the senate majority As a retalia
tory measure the majority throat
ens to ask for an early adjournment
thus defeating the purpose of the leg
islative session
At the regular set > lun of the sev
enteenth assembly no action was tak
en upon the seven party pledges for
which the extra session ifi called To
further complicate the situation Re
publican leaders Sy they will align
themselves with the majority Demo
crats nlthnugh the minority party Is
in favor of tho initiative and referen
dum it is said
INFANTILE DiSEASE
CONTAGIOUS
Seattle Wash Aug 0Dr J E
1 Crichton commissioner of health has
i Issued an order requiring that all
p cases of infantile paralysis of which
i there Is an outhroak here be placed
under strict quarantine aa goon M
j icporled
i Thi action was taken following a
I conference with prominent local phy
ticlaua who bollqve that the disease
is contagious w I
charged employe of the city doCk de 1 I i
partment
The shooting took place on the 1
deck of die steamer Kaiser VllheIm I
dor Grosse lying at her pier In Ho
boken N j on which the mayor was I
abort to sail for a months vacation I
abroad Gallagher was arrested
Mayor Gavnors condition Is seri
ous Tho bullet has not yet been lo
cated A consultation of physicians
will be hold late this afternoon when
Xrays will probably bo used to locate
the missile
The bullet ontcred Just below the
right ear passing through the mas
told and trnvellnc arm right to left g
and slightly downward +
The mayor ws removed to St
Marys hospital at Hoboken The pa
tient fell asleep At 120 he awoke
and was seen by his wife and daugh
ter Mrs Vincent who had been sum
moned to the hospital At this hour
Dr Lederle health commissioner of
New York said tho patient tvvq rest
lug comfortably
Gallagher had a fancied grievance
against the mayor lie declared after I
the shooting thane mayor had de
prived him of his bread and butter
Gallagher was mobbed and his life
threatened before the police could
lodge him In Jail
New York Aug 9Mayor Win J
Gaynor of Now York city was shot
and seriously but probably not fatal
ly wounded board the steamer Kal
fer Wllhclm Der Grosse as he was
nl out to sail for Kurop this mom
MISS ELKINS <
I nUKE COMiNfi I
Washington August 9 The Dnko 1
of the Abruxzl will make another trip
to Washington and the date accord I
Ing to advices received by the mem
bers of the Italian embassy IH set
for some time In November He will
not come Incognito and according to
the data on lie In the ministry of I
marine at Rome the reason of his
visit is > due to lectures already prom
Ised about his highness ascent of thug
Himalayan mountains
Tho duke is now under the juris
diction of the minister of marine ho
being in charge of the naval arsenal
at Venice It was his duties os di
rector of the arsenal that prevented
his comiix lastspring as the embassy
had been notified to uxpecL Tho
leave of absence will be formally set
for a period of four weeks Under or I
dinary circumstances this would per
mit his slav in New York Boston and
I
Philadelphia and the capital It Is
nw considered likely that he will
not remain in this city more than
three day
MOTHER AND CUILD
OVJKODlE BY 6ASj
New York Aug 9Mrs Mary
Munkln a young mother was found
dead in her kitchen Into last night
aatcd in a chair the lifeless body
of her twoyearold son clasped in
I 1er arms A gas pipe detached from
the stove indicated that escaping gas I
I had overcome hem unawares I
BALLOT INJURED
1 VII L NOT RACE
f
New York AWE 9James U
Keenes Ballot winner of thy Subur
tan of 190S and one of the best horses I
hlch has borne the silks of James
n Keene in many a year is on the
flItcH for this season at least
x Ballot came out of tho Saratoga
handicap In which he vas beaten by
Oambala last Thursday with an
ihraslon on his near foreleg He did
pot appear to be very sore when ho I
wont to hls stably but Use injured t
kg was badly swollen Friday and
his trainer has not been able to got I
him on tliu track since It is accord
ingly announced that there Is 10 pos i
flbiilty of an attempt to race him 1
again this year1Yrllte means runt
Uallot must nassfjhc Saratoga cup
md the Saratoga weight for age racet
Iu which he was to have hot Olambala j
I i
I
tag Ills assailant apparently a for
eigner was art sted
Tho shooting was done by y man
uho later gave Ills name as James
J Gallagher living at J44 Third
avenue New York He was later Men
tiled as a city employe who recently
hud been discharged
Three shots wore fire at the may
or Two of them missed and the
bird lodged in the fleshy portion of
lho left side of the neck
Scene Most Dramatic
The shooting occurred under cir
cumstances of the most dramatic
character Mayor Gaynor came
aboard the steamer accompanied by
ftl1 number of prominent city ofllclals
about to bid him goodbye
The party proceeded to the upper
cclc and were assembled In a group
glvini final greetings Crowds of
Messengers were about on deck and
friends were waving adieu from thsj
pier The mayors party had Just
formed a group preparatory to hav
ing their pictures taken
Suddenly a man pushed through
the throng from the rear He ap
proaehed the mayor and without a
word began to lire Instantly there
was the greatest excitement Mayor
G ynor was seen to fall and the
Cashing wound told that he had been
nil At the same moment a ships
juurd sprang forward and dealt the
assassin a blow on the head with a
billy foiling him to the deck where
officers quickly seized him lie wa
turned over to the Hoboken police
headquarters There he gave the
name of Gallagher and iu response
to Inquiries as to why he had commit
led the deed ho replied sullenly
He kept me from earning mv
bread and butter
Mayor Remained Conscious
Meautlnur Gaynor had been carried
to a state room Ho remained con
scious but breathed heavily He wad
calm but apparently apprehensive
that the wound was grave
An ambulance was summoned to
the pier and the wounded mayor waj
placed on a stretcher and carried to
It The vehicle was driven to St
platys hospital Iloboken where the
Continued on Page Seven
and lltherbert at a mile anl a quar
ter at Louisville
Whether Ballot will come to the
post again next season his trainers
cannot say They do not know yet
faxctly what ails the stout chestnut
He may have a bowed tendon or bin
injury may be duo to a kick Since
llbllot Is now tlx years old Ills pos
siitle that Mr Keeue may decide to
retire hInt immediately to Castlelon
stud
ftINA CANNOT
KtEP UP BYCOTT
Portland Ore Aug 9 America
need ever fear a boycott of their
More important exports by tho Chi
nese according to W H Wlckman a
business mfli of Hong Kong who In
on his way to London after spend
ing twent > two years In China
Tho principal products tho Chi I
iise get are flour and kerosene said
Mr Wlckham They cannot place
u boycott on flour because they can
not get It In any other country
The same is true of kerosene The i
American market can never be dis
iminated against
China is becoming a cigarette
smoking nation Cigarettes are being
substituted for opium The tobacco
Is shipped from the United States and
manufactured in China Cigarettes
are carri ° d far into tho interior The
prices are high but the Chinese pay
thorn
AUTO ROBBED A
ftlANOf tilS WATCII
I
New York Aug a Henry Yastow
a New York produce merchant as
sorts that an automobile stoic his
iold watch and chain and he want
the machine somebody connected
v Ith it arrested Ynstow was cross
Ing an uptown street when a ma
chine whizzed by He had a heavy
I tundlc on his ahouldcr and did not
sec the automobile until it was too
late to gJt out of tho way it just
grazed him without doing him any
boiIoiW Injury But a projecting belt
or scrpen caught his watch and chain
OHdVhisJ50 gold timepiece disnp
J1red In the cloud of dust with the
tatomoblle I
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FIRM MAY SUFFER
V A VERR HEAVY FINE I
o Newark N J Aug 0 Following
iiivastlgatiou by secret service I I
rien Allen Smith deputy revenue col
leotor here has started a crusade
lignlnst the traffic in barrels hearing
Ia to flat revenue stamps and brands i
which have not been defaced Re
ports show thai one firm has 150 suci
barrels in Its possession If It ia
found guilty a line of 3000OUO may
be Imposed
DR ROLLER SERIOUSLY
INJURED IN HIS MATCH
New York Amt nNiW8 reached
hero today of the serious injury In
London last night of Dr B F Roller
the American wrestler He broke two
ribs In a contest with Gama un East
Indian wrestlor whom ho had chal
lenged for a slake of 1000 a side
Gama although at a disadvantage
In weight and height defeated the
I American easily gaining the first fall
In one minute forty seconds and the
econd In 9 minutes and 25 seconds
I
WOMAN REQUIRED TO
I TAKE OF HER HAT
Now York Aug 9 Whether man
I
or woman lawyer its hats off in Su
priino Court Justice Goffs presence
Why do you wear your hat in the
courtroom are you different from any
ilher attorney asked the Justice In
court yesterday of Mrs Sarah M
Meyer a woman lawyer who appear
ed beforo him
Mrs Meyer was not prepared to
I orguo the point at the moment and
she hastily removed a large black pit
lure bat The case then proceeded
REGULAR CALL
OF TUB BURGLARS I
Hackensack N J Aug 9Danlcl
S McMullIn a coal merchant and
crocor at Rochelic Park N J who
for several years has been visited by
I urglars annually has reported to
the chief of police here that he wa
n ain visited last Sunday night
While the family was away thieves
eutered his residence and took a
satchel containing 700 and several
articles of jewlry Mr McMullin
says that his lossesby burglary navy
I averaged 500 a year for the past
tight years
SENATOR KEARNS HOST AT
AFTERCIRCUS LUNCHEON
Salt Lake Aug Following the
I evening performance of the Barnum
Bailey show Monday Senator Kearns
gave a luncheon at me louvre cafe
in tho Holmes hotel building in hon
or of Senator WA Clark and h Ross
Clark of the Salt Lake Route A
number of the mutual friends cf the
gentlemen named also pautlclnated
Senator Clark and J Boss Clark will
leave today for aj inspection of the
proposed high line of the Salt Lake
Route through the Meadow Valley
wash aflcr which Serial1 Clark will
return to Salt Lake for a stay of sev
eral days
I WORLDS ARTS
I
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION
DISTURBS THE MARKET
New York Aug tlOllouinJ bush
logs In the market today was noij
itCtdo In the excitement of the news
of Mayor Gaynors attempted assas
sination Prices moved sluggishly
and Irregularly with small gains the
spore lUm lolls Canadian Pacific
advanced 2 1S on dividend increase
St Louis rose 1 11 and Northern
aclfic 31 Amalgamated Copper de
clined 34
The market turned upward under
the leadership of the coaleis alter
tome sharp declines had been re
corded Reading jumped 2 Union Pa
cific and Northern Pacific 1 ll
Southern Pacific Pennsylvania New
York Central Great Northern pfd
and Chesapeake Ohio also gained
1 to 1 38 American hide and leath
er pfd fell 1 oS and Rcpubllan steel
pfd 1 I
Chicago Livestock
Cattle receipts estimated at 10000
mrrkot lOc off beeves 475SIO Tex
as steels i505iiO western steers 1
17H stockers and feoders 562o
cows and heifers 270GGO calves
C50S50 hogs receipts estimated it
11000 market strong light 8409 I
iilxcd 7S5SSG heavy 7I5S 40 rough
74570 good i to choice heavy 770
Sfi pigs 840 JOli bulk OF sales 785
S2u Sheep receipts estimated nt
25000 market weak loc lower native
250110 western 260140 yearlings
I
JoOoGO lambs native lGO700
western 450700 I
Omaha
Omaha Aug 91 CalUe receipts
OSOD market steady to strong na
tive steers 475 TP771j cows and heif
ers 3 < 575 western t steers 30 >
625 range cows and heifers 275
475 stockers and feeders 3u50
calves 350U75 bulls 25525
J Hogs Receipts 7000 Market
steady to 10 lower heavy 740gS00
Mixed 770SOO Hgit 8frfS30 pigs
I 7h SOO bulk of sales 7GOCS
Sheep Receipts 16700 Market
ztiady yearlings 450rulu wethers
I 3 10fr4l6 ewes 225jjJ3Sf lambs
UO6Sfi I
Chicago Produce g I
Chicago Aug J Butter firm
iroumcrloE 2o29 dairies 282G
Eggs steady receipts llJ09f nt
mark cases included lOfTll firsts I
17 prime llrsta IS 4
Cheese steady daisies 15 l4l2 j
twins 14 l234 yoXingr Americas
15 31010 longhorns HlG
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TELEGRAM
iNTRODUCED
In Which the Names of
Sherman and Curtis
Are Used
McAleater Olla Aug 9 Senator
T P Gore at the congressional invos
tigation of the Indian land deals to
day Introduced and read lo the Inves
tigating committee telegrams in
which the names 01 Vice President
Sherman and Senator Charles Curbs
of Kansas were used One of HIP tcl1
grams read
With McMurray there to state our
claims with Mr Curtis and Mr SVr
man who understands better than
anybody else what we want and watt
the assistance of our president it be
gins to loon as if we were comiug into
our own
This telegram was dated at Kinta
Oklahoma May 2 last and was scnr
to Richard C Adams an attorney at
Washington by George W Scott J
F McMurrays agent among the In
dian
dianUs
Its relation to Senator Gores
charges of having been offered a o
000 bribe to put through congress
the 000000n McMurray Indian land
deal was explained by the senator
It merely shows the activity of tho
McMurray interests at Washington
said Senator Gore
By offering this evidence I do not I
wish to reflect either on Mr Sherman
or Mr Curtis said the senator
Do you mean that as an exonera
tion from you of Mr Sherman ask i
ed Dennis Flynn attorney for McMui 1
ray
It Is merely to state that if the
names of these men were taken In
vain at one time they may huve linen i
at another replied Mr Gore
Another telcgiam from McMyrray
at Washington was read It ordered
that McMurrays agent among the In
dians send fifty telegrams urging con
I gress to approve the contracts allow
ing a 3000000 attorneys fee
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n I 9 f I A Of
a t l
rlRO SM
Tramp Saves His Comrade
I
rade From Death
Under a Tram
Colorado Springs Colo Auc
A story LI rare heroismand fortitido
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under the most harrowing condtions
Iii the human undertow yestsrda
come lo light at a local hospital
vheu James Morris was brought m
vitli his left toot torn off and hs
I right leg broken in several places H
as accompanied by Kurl Howe Both
I rid they were wanderers ot the ho
J bo variety and had no home
J Howe said they were riding on tho
t
i iron rods under a sleeping car and
were having a hard struggle to keep
I awake so that they might not fall I
I jnd t be ground to death under the
I train lie said Morris must have
I dozed for suddenly he felt a shower i
c f gravel in his face and knew in
stinctively that something was wrong
He soon discovered that Morris had
slipped and that his feet were dra
g ng His left foot had been torn off
and the right leg broken His body
I was resting upon the axle but he was
conscious and holding on
I Howe then crawled to the side of
the car bracing himself leached out
rhe weeds and wind slashing his face i
with a board upon which he had been I
lying he broke a car window thus
attracting attention The train was
I stopped and their rescue effected I
GIRL FASTS AND
IS NEAR DEATH 1I
1
Elgin 111 Aug IAfter fasting
twentyeight days In an offort to over i
come minor digestive troubles Miss
Ruby Dale a music teacher lies at
the point of death She Is unable to
take any nourIshment
Tho pcmsual of books on health
and hygiene caused Miss Dale to try
fasting The theory followed by Miss
Dale is that If anyone has any trouble
with the digestive system the only
way to relieve the trouble is to fast g
until there Is craving for food It was
only after twentylive days without
eating that she fell the craving
When she tried to eat it wo dis
covered that her stomach long unac I
customed to food could not assimilate t
what she tried to take into her sys
tem The only way In which nourish
input caube given is by rubbing oil
Into her body
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