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I I 8 THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1010
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I CONTACT HAS THE GREATEST COPPER ORE BODY EXTANT IT BORDERS THE
I S GREAT VINEYARD LAND AND STOCK COMPANYS RANCH ON SALMON RIVER CON
SIDER THE POSSIBILITIES BUSINESS LO TS WORTH TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN
l I TWENTY MONTHS INVESTIGATE YOURSELF ONLY EIGHT HOURS FROM OGDEN
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I r RANDOM
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7 I I 1 fh Continued from Pago Flvo
I I i1 ch
I I j spq W II Scott of Pingrce Ida was
tJ 1 in the city on business yesterday
0 i Mrs H Gllchriat of Falrdale visit
J I 1J I ut cl with Ogden friends yesterday
1 I cst Carl Ilium of Malad Ida transact
I I r GI ed business hero Saturday
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v fi on Mr nod Mrs J C Glasbcrg Sr of
t r to Hrlghara visited with J C Glusborg
I t Ins Jr last evening and will remain In
t fo Ogden for several days
I t nn W S McCornick the prominent
i del Sell Lako banker wasIn the city
I < t yesterday
T BEAUTIFULHATS FOR 400 and
t kt 500 at FIVE POINTS MILLINERY
Pl J II Nevons of Reno Nev and
sot former bullion inspector under the
1 ot t I late Governor Sparks spent tho day
J In Ogden yesterday
I BI
t J H Sommers a Now Castle Utah
I
business man WHS in the city yes
i 1 U terday
I r fl Mrs L Allen and George Allen of
L I Evanstou wero visitors in the ell
I Saturday
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Herbert Gore of Castle Rock spent
I yesterday In tho city
1 I Ed Wadsworth was a business visit
or in the city 1esterdA from Idaho
P i Falls
f ns Among the Evanston visitors In the
ret city yesterday was James Chapman
1 to u well known resident of iho eastern
1 fo in1 city
G P Weinberg a North Plntte res
ba ident was a business visitor in Ogden
cr yesterday
of EXCURSION to Salt Lake via ORE
I is GON SHORT LINE Sunday Oct 23
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w Round trip rate 100 Tickets good
vfU on all trains Including FORTYFIVE
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t MINUTE FLYERS City Office 2611
tr Washington Ave
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I r i Irih Sam Fowler on Vacation Samuol
I I 0 Fowler night dopot master at the
H Ir Union depot has been given a throe
itk
I k days leave of absence and Is spend I
IT ing the brief vacation with relatives
P I 1 ITK at St Anthony Ida leaving for that I
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I I II 11 I N City yesterday I
I W j CummIngs and Leo Remle of
II Evanston were In the city yesterday
1 i II Using New Viaduct Electric cara
t j of the Bambcrger OgdenSalt Lake
itL to Hoe began running over the new via
lit 1 I duct Friday night No trouble was
I r V encountered but as the cars were re1
I I quired to cross the viaduct on re
f f duced speed thore was a delay of I
1 about 15 minutes in the schedule yea
1 I 1 lerday
r EXCURSION to Salt Lake via ORE
4 I I 1 GON SHORT LINE Sunday Oct 23
i Round trip rate 100 Ticket good
f I on all trains including FORTYFIVE
1 MINUTE FLYERS City Office 25H
j Washington ave
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Football Fans Went to Zlon
About 20 Ogden football fans includ
i ing several members of the high
I school squad went down to Salt Lake
U yesterday to witness he UtahColo
j rado game on Cummings field
i I Granted a Divorce Decree Tho di
t I I voroe caae of Myrtle Hutchlnson
f i I against Fred 0 Hutchlnson yesterday
1 C I ufternoon resulted In the granting to
I the plaintiff of an interlocutory decree
1r 01 divorce
I Division of Grandtn EstateIn the
II estate and guardianship of Emma Ii
0 s i I Grandtn and others minors the guar
I 1 dian M Skeen has petitioned the
district court that the real estate be
partitioned among the minors
J
I Interlocutory Decree of Divorce In
0 the divorce case of Emma Haywoo
11 against Jame W Hay wood the dis
il I trict court yesterday afternoon grant
ed an Interlocutory decree of divorce
to the plaintiff The decree provides
I that the lady shall have 16 a month I
I
11 alimony and the custody of the two I
I minor children I
i
II I License to Wed Montford S
Whiteley antI Mary A Blair of lAra
mil Wyo have taken out a license
t to marry Tho license was Issued
l from Clerk Dyes office
p I
Chicken Thieves Bucy Joseph
I Lund residing at 2772 River avenue I
t I ported to the police last night that
j I four game chickens had been stolon
from a coop at his home Ho valued
t
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the fighting fowls at 20
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Sneaft Thief In Restaurant Albert I I
I ClKsatn proprietor of a restaurant
i at 150 Twentysixth street reported
I I to the police last night that a snenk
I thief had robbed his place of U In
cash and a silver salt shaker The
> J officer hao clew
y il to the identity
I of the guilty parties
I
I Stole a Lap RobeI Fowler a res I
j Mtnt of Hooper left his horse and
buggy at the rear of the Kuhn store
last night and when he started for
home he discovered that a valuable
hip rode and u pair of shoes had been
stolon from the buggy Tho pollcu
I harvo no clew to tho Identity of the
tbjef
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After Fourteen Years Absence = V
I A Middlelon after an absence of 14
1 years has returned to Ogden for a
2 visit with his parents
f I NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
I Mr W E Hart tho collector for
I I the Morning Standard hint Ijccn plQk
for several day and Mr 1 J Pat
terson will take the placo of Mr Hart
as oollactor for tho Homing SUuitWd
I Mr Patterson carries with him tho
official receipt of the Standard and n
letter authorising him to collect
WILLIAM CLASH ANN
Publisher
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BAGGAGE WAGON
I DRIVER INJURED
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I William Sheppards Left Leg Is
II Broken by Kick From a
Horse
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Removed to Hospital Which Re
fused to Advise of Young
Mans Condition
William Sheppard a baggage wlon
driver was the victim of a gerloui
accident which occurred ai the corner
of Wall and Twentyfifth street about
C oclock last evening Tho young
mans left leg was broken between
thc ankle and knee in such a manner
that the broken end of the bone pro
I truded through tho flesh
Sheppard was driving frisky horse
0 and when the animal became frighten
ed at something it began to buck and
I kick Before the drlrdPusould control
the animal ono hind foci si ruck him
on the log fracturing the bone The
horse continued to plungo and the
wagon collided with a telephone pole p
I ihrowltts the driver to the pave
1 m en t
He was placed In a cab and tAkon
I to the hospital where his Injuries
were given medical mention in
quiry at the hospital Inst evening as
to the patients condition was fruH
less As In many other oases a
rigid censorship was maintained and
i the person in charge refused to make
inquiry as to Shoppardg condition
U has become the custom of tnose
I
In charge at the Ogden General hoa
I pita to make nothing public excoot
In the cases of death and very rare
ly even then
DEATHS AND
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FUNERALS
I BENCH MYERS
I The funeral services of Bench My
I ers will be hold this afiern on at i
330 from the Methodist church with I
the Rev F V Fisher conducting tho
services I
The remains will Ho In state at I
Lindqulat funeral chapel today until
3 oclock The interment will be In
the Ogden city cemetery
STEVEN OSBURN
The funeral services of Steven OB
burn were held at 2 oclock yester
day afternoon from the Roy meeting
house with Bishop Thomas Holland
concluding
There was a large gathering of rel
atives and friends The Interment
took place In the Roy cemotery
MRS JANE RILEY I
Impressive funeral services over I
the remains of Mrs Jane Riley the I
wife of Heber Riley wore hold eater
day from tho family residence 2921 I
Wall avenue Bishop D II Ensign pre
siding v
The musical selections wero rend r I
od by Miss Uernlco Brown and Miss
Bernice Glazier who rendered Oh
My Father and Sometime Some
where
Tho speakers were Nathan Tanner
George Shorten T S Browning and
Bishop Ensign
Thore was a large gathering of rol1
atlves anti friends and a perfusion of i
beautiful floral tributes which silent
ly expressed tho love nnd cstcom the
deceased held In the community The
Interment wag In the Ogden City j
cemetery 1
A GENEROUS AND CHARITABLE I
WISH
Iwish all might know of the bene 1
fit I received from your Folrns Kid
ney Remedy says I X Regan
Firmer Mo Ills kidneys and blad
der gave him so much pain mlA ry
and annoyance ho could not work
nor sleep lIe says FoleyR Kidney
Remedy completely cured him Bnd
con Pharmacy A R Mclftlvro Prop
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HUMAN AUTOMATOr
ATTRACTS ATTENTION
I
Hundreds of people wore attracted
to tho store of the Option Furniture
and Carpet company yesterday by the
exhibition of a human aulomutom In I
the person of Burrows who Is the
originator of a system of poses ropro I
fontlng wax figures After llfteon
years of this work Burrows hits hl i
comb so clever as to make the deccp i
Ion almost complete
He travels throughout the ontho J
I country giving exhibitions and re I I
colvcs 110 liar hour for his work
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OGDEN RAPID TRANSIT 00 I
NEW ELECTRIC CARS
on 0 Leave
26th and Washlnaton DriRhnm I I
030 a m fi30 a m
XOO n m R0fl a m
Jh3tJ m 930 a m
too nf L i11yD0 ti IU
i23Q 1T m ao p m
I i
giOo111 m 200 II Ill
330 II m 310
I p m
5OQ D 11 rOO I m
t 800 n m 800 p m
030 p III r30 p m
1100 1 > m 1100 p m
Cut this out for roferonoo j
J W BAIL15Y SUIT
fOOTPAD ATTACKS
I GiUBB OWNNG
Robber Strikes Down Citizen
When About to Enter His
Residence
Rendered Unconscious by Blow
Assailants Are Frightened
Away
f
While walking along Wall avenue
near Twentysixth stiect last Thurs
day oven In J Chubb Brpwnlng
wag held up and probably escaped
being robbed only through the timely
appearance of another pedestrian
Urownlnic was unmindful of danger
Until a man walked up behind him lull
dealt him a stunning blow on the
head
Drowning did not recover conscious 1
ness until he hnd been lifted Into n
sitting position by the stranger whcsj I
appearance on the scene probably
frightened the footpad away before
he hud been given time to rifle the
pockets of his victim
Tho attempted holdup was reported
to the police but the officers failed
to make any mention of the cade to
tho newspapers Whether this was
due to nn oversight or to tho fact that
I no arrests were mado 1ms not been
ascertained
Theres nothing so good for n sore
throat as Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil
Cures It In a few hours Hehevcs any
pain In any part
PLEASANT VIEW
I SCHOOl DmCAHU
r
Imposing Exorcises Held Which
Prominent Educators
Attond
New Structure Cost 10301
Early Hiiory ot tho
School
The new Plouant View school build
ing was formally dedicated last Fri
day with imposing exercises under
the direction of Joseph IC Hclln prlu
clpal of the school There were pres
ent William N Peterson county sup
erintendent of schools exSuperintend
I ont L E Eggortson F W Stratford
president or the board of education
I members of the County board and
other distinguished visitors from sur
rounding towns
The exercises commenced at Ibo
meeting house at 2 oclock and con
tinued until 4 oclock when tho as
sembled guests repaired > the new
school building After f dedica
tory exercises the assembled guests
partook of a sumptuous repast pre
pared and served by the Relief so
ciety
cletTho
The first school district was organ
Iced at Pleasant View oil August 24
18C8 and the Drat school woe located
in a private homo William Godfrey
was the first teacher and W C
Wardlelgh E W Wade and Jesse
Reed wero also among the nrst teach
ers A school building was erected In
the early 70s and other buildings
were erected from time to lime until
the need of a large central school be
come apparent
Tho Pleasant Viow building just
dedicated has four rooms and was
erected at a Cost of 10301 The
rooms wero nicely arranged and tile
entire building ably planned by Archi
tect Woods
fRANK J CANNON
IN 8M lAKE CITY
Delivers Address in Which Brings
Up Old Cry of Church
Influence
Asserting that no governor had over
been ducted no bill passed by u lug
Iflntiiro and no United States senator
or congressman chosen In Utah with I
out the approval of the Mormon
church former Senator Frank J Cau
non eon of the Mormon loader Oeo I
Q Cannon attired to enthusiasm a
I Inrgo Hiidlciico tit an American part I
rally in Salt Lake City last night i
Air Cannon charged tho heads of
the chinch with conniving at polyg I
i amy since tho manifesto against It I
and was particularly severe file criti I
cising President Smith
COOOO 0 00 0 0 00000
O OLDFIELD AND JOHNSON < j
O RACE ON TUESDAY O
O o
O New York Oct 2ACler O
O having bean agiln postponed on c
O account of rain announcement 9
O was made tonight that tho O
O Uarney OldfloldJook Johnaou o
O automobile rnco will Ito hold nt o
0 Shcopshead Dny noit Tuesday o
I O raIn or shine C i
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ
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SM1
CEE1itA1OK 1
BEING RUSHED
WeberDavis County Canal Be
ing Lined at the Rate of
800 Feet Per Day
I
Will Greatly Increase the Vol
ume fr Water in the
Canal
Tho work of cementing tho Weher
Davla Irrigation canal in progressing
very rapidly and there arc employee
on tho Job at present four working
outfits comprising two hundred team
and twice that number of men The
hut ditch Is being lined with concrete
at tho rate of eight hundred lineal
feet per day
When It Is knpwn that tho canal Is
iwontjtwo foot In width at the hot
torn and thirtyfour feet wide at the
top It will ho scout that this work Is
bolus carried on quite rapidly The
work Is In charge of City Engineer
RoRlaph who has an efficient corps
of inspectors at the several points of
operation
Nine and Onehalf Miles Long
The cnnnl Is nine and onehalf miles
In length and it Is claimed that 30
000 cubic yards of cement will bo re
quired to concrete tho Interior surface
of the ditch
Before tim present Improvement
work was started the capacity of the
canal was two hundred cubic feet of
water per second and this was suf
ficient to Irrigate 12000 acres of land
When tile present concrete work Is
completed the big ditch will carry
725 cubic feet of water per second
or morn than three time Its original
carrying capacity This will bp a
supply sufficient to Irrigate 25000
acres of land in addition to furnish
ing a great amount of water for the
product ion of electrical current
Olginnlly much of the water turn
ed into the canal seeped through the
portia rock with which the big ditch
was lined and found Its way back In
to the Wdbcr river By the concret
ing process all seepage will be elim
inated
Increased Volume
or the Incensed volume of water
which 11I00 carried 425 feet win be
used for IrrkaIon purposes and the
remaining 300 feet will be devoted to
the production of electrical energy at
the company power station Tills
huge volume of water will make a
sheer drop of suo feetafford Ing ener
gy sufficient to prodie 6000 horse
power
After passing through the turbInes
tho water returns tn tho river and Is
lost to the WeberDavis Counties Ir
rlrntlon company but fnrber on Is
taken out of the river by the farmers
who have Weber river wator right
It Is merely a matter of the Weber
Davis company borrowing the wator
and returning it to the river after ex
tracting Its gravltory energy
Eleotrlcsl Power Contracted For
Nearly all of the electrical power
to be produced by the company plant
has already been contracted for I
Simon Bamberrer of u Salt Lake A I
Ogden Railway company hn con
tracted for a continuous current of
2000 horsepower for which he will
pay 60000 annually A number of
local mills and shops are also making
preparations to use power produced
at the same plant
The gross Income from the electri
cal power alone will be 150000 an
nually while the Income from Irriga
tion rights will bring the total earn
ing power of the canal up to t310
000 each veax From the best cal
culations this will m un a net earn
ing of about 280000
Past HIstoqy
To bark his great Improvement this
company was capitalized at 500000
and when the work Is comoleled tho
assets of the company will have n
physical value of two and a half mil
lion dollars It Is estimated that the
entire cost of the present improve
ment will be 00000
Shares originally sold at 50 and
dropped from this par value as low as
12 60 per share It was twelve years
ago that the stock of the couinauy
reached Its minimum value Since
that time ho shares have been stead
ily Increasing In value until tiqp years
ago they sold for 150 Today tho
shares are worth 1180 and It is be
lieved that they will continue Increas
ing in value until tho 300 mark Is
reached or six times their original
par value
You are not experimenting on your
self when you take Chamberlains
Cough Remedy for a cold as that prep
aration has won Its great reputation
and extensive sale by Its remarkable
cures of colds and can always be do
ponded upon It Is equally valuable
for adults aud children and may bo
Klvcn to young children with Implicit
confidence as It remains no harmful
drug Sold by all dealers
NEVADA OffiCER
BETS HIS 11
Sheriff Clark of Elko Passes
Through City Having
Holdup In Custody
Charier Uassett wanted In Nevada
for holdup and attempted murder was
brought to this city from Salt Lnko
by Sheriff Clark of Elko last nlgnt
Tho holdup for which DaaaoU will
now face trial wnj committed several
I months ago but the young criminal
Wad not apprebondud until Friday
I when he was arrested hy tho Salt
Lnko police on the strength of In
formation Hem out from the county
In which tho crlmw wait committed
Sheriff Clark arrived Hi this city
with his prisoner aboift 9 oclQck last I
evening it lid Uauett Wait locked up at
i lie county Jail until this morning I
when he left In company with tho ICl1
ko official over the Southern Pacific I
Dunn his brief tuv In the cIty I I
aiierlff Clark called on a number or
Im olil aciidalnlan In Ogden I
r I
v Motal farl < ct
New York Qct 2MIC motal
mnrlcota wero nominally active In Iho I
absence of cables nnd oxclmngoa
I Lake copiiur I12S7 J21HOO ol
oetrolytlo l27Q2S7 12 ami cast I
Inf 127a 1CHG2 12
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ARREST Of A
WAYWARD GIRl
Escaped From Idaho Industrial
School at St Anthony
Last July
Taken Into Custody by Detective
Pincock Last Even
ing
After enjoying her rrccdom for soy
oral months VcrletUi Pharls a Poca
tello girl who escaped from the Ida
ho state Induutrlal school at St An
thony Idaho last July was arrested
on tho street by Detective Pin cock
nbnut 7 oclock last evening and Is
now locked up In the city Jail await
Ing the arrival of an officer fiom flue
Idaho institution
The girl claims to ho eighteen years
of ago and was sent to the St Anthony
school of correction last Juno because
of waywardness She would Have
completed her sentence next Novem
ber Her mother still resides In loc
atullo but the gui has been In this
city for the pant several months
Much of her time was spent on tho
streets and her arrest was made
through u photograph and Identifica
tion card received by the local police
Superintendent Humphreys of tho
Industrial school was notified of tho
girls arrest last evening
Torturing eczema spreads its burn
ing amen every day Doana Ointment
quickly stops its spreading instantly
relieves the Itching euros It perma
nently At any drug store
REPORT OF STAn
UMLTH BOARD
Conditions in Weber County
Were Very Satisfac
tory
ThirtyNino Cases of Small Pox
in Utah County in Sep
tember
The September bulletin just Issued
by the Utah state board of health
shows that the health conditions of
Weber county wero very satisfactory
during the month The total number
of deaths during the month from all
causes was XL Six districts through
out the county reported no deaths
and general reports wero rocolvod
from ten towns or districts There
were two localities entirely free from
contagion
Tho number of scarlet over cases
was somewhat high hero being 27
reported This Is equal to tho num
her of cases reported in Salt Lake
county for the same period but In
Salt Lake there were three deaths
from this disease while no deaths
resulted hero There was ono case of
amallpox live cases of diphtheria it
cases of typhoid fever with five
deaths six cases of whooping cough
no measles no chickenpox four cases
of pneumonia with four deaths and
one case of tuberculosis which result
ed fatally
Although smallpox was reported In
only three of the counties In the sUto
there was a total of 12 cases 39 of
these being In Utah county
The health report shows the stato
to bo remarkably free from tubercu
losis there being a total of only nine
cases with five deaths The number
cf cases of typhoid fever however
equaled those of all other diseases
combined Only four counties report
od no cases of typhoid and there was
a total of 3C4 cases with 29 deaths
fOOTBAll GAME
Of TIlE SEASON
Ogdon and Salt Lake High Teams
Will Meet Next Sat
urday
Contest Is Arousing Keen Inter
est Among Fans of Both
Cities
Tho old story of a fight for tile
High school football honors of the
state of Utah will bo repented next
Saturday when the Ogden and Salt
Lake teams meet on Cummings Hold
at tho state capital And from tho
present dope it would seum that tho
battle will be the greatest and grand
cs of the long list of gridiron battles
In which Lhcso two rival coins have
partlcfpatod
Everything scorn to bo In favor ot
lie local boys this year They have
met and defeated the oilier two as
pirants for suite honors and dofcat
them by overwhelming scores Salt
Lake High has not yet participated In
a len uo game hut navo shown c n I
alderablo strength In contosta with tho
university toauis
In many respects the teams seem to
ho about evenly matched Thore Is
little tlKforencc In weight Salt Lnko
may have a slight advantage In tho
lino with Its ICO pounds to a man
Tho coaching of bolli teams has been
all that uould he asked for hut Og
don has an advantage In experience
Noxt Saturdays Imo will bo Stilt
Lakes first high school gamo of tho
year but till supporter of the team
feel that tho boyn havo hnd somo
valuable mining as iho result 01
tholr rind workouts with thr various I
U trains At nil events II will tie
a groat strugqlo nnd a larre nuinbor I
of Ogden rooter arc preparing lo
aoeompanjUho J1Jh school boyj down
lo hip oulhoriiindtrouollB next Sat
nrday f
>
A pochot wlrelosB telegraph appa
ratus Invented by an ItAlian plnnint
Is said to be powerful enough to do I
strop anhinnrlnu minus or torpodaoa
by the Ilortidan wavoa
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1 Famous I 0r I Underwear
Hand Finished Knit Garments for women and children 1
Your attention is called to 71
NO 391 WOMENS WHITE UNION SUITS AT 125
NO 149 WOMENS SILK AND WOOL UNION SUITS 200
These two styles are just the kind for right now Call at
underwear counter and ask to see them
MAKE UP YOUR WANT LIST COME IN TOMORROW AND 1
VJJ OAN HELP yOU GET FIXED OUT IN GOOD SHAPE
SUCH GOODS AS WOOLTEX COATS AND SUITS G D JUST C 7
RITE CORSETS FORREST AND ESSEX MILLS UNDER
WEAR GORDON HOSIERY ARE BRANDS OF CHARACTER
WHICH FOR YEARS HAVE OCCUPIED A PLACE OF FAVOR
WITH WOMEN WHO USE JUDGMENT IN SPENDING
MONEY YOUR MONEY WILL BE WELL SPENT IF YOU
BUY HERE < ot t <
i Good warm knitted suits
I t t for women 125
s1 FLANNELETTE GOWNS
LpE1r4 7p 90p 100 and 125
wpi 100 BLACK AND COLORED
PETTICOATS 98 1
J Warm knil gloves t
Lambs wool 50 J
f 1 Silk finished 50
fl II NEW PERSIAN RIBBONS
For the hair 45 50 60d
I7 Flannelettes with bands and
t Persian effects fine for
it i kimonos per yard 15p
i
BLANKETS
1 Down sUirx nl way flown prices
Jji A big cotton blanket 98
Elegant all wool fancy
plaid 550
J
doLith7
I I
Try our 091 Crowfoot fine
gauge ladies hose 35c
3 pair in box 100
rt Call for No 1G10 childs
1 black silk lisle at 25
Its the best ever for the price
hi TABLE LINEN CHEAP
Cleaning ont remnants at
HeCall Pattern No 3677
TTRACTIVE AFTERNOON COSTUME 98 115 135 150
each 1
New Persian Silks by Express J
Most beautiful blending of colors in the rich Fall shades Prices 1
> 100 > 110 and > 125 per yard
A man worth tfj L Women who i
while Is the c Y trade here
smile because
with a
man they like the
smile Is the Best Place to Trade goods J
fORGER lANDS
BEHiND BARS
Tries to Pass a Bogus Check Up
on Landlady Who Became
Suspicious
The prompt action of Mrs John
Grolnor proprietor of tIme BIsmark
rooming house at 128 Twentyfifth
trcot resulted in the arrest last even
Ing of a man who will be held on the
charge of forgery Tho name endorsed
on tho back of the forged check is Sam
Brown hut the police have no otl
enco that this Is the strangers right
nine
Check on Read Bro
Tho forged check was made out
on J B Read Bros Company the
larnoasmakers and was for tho
imount of 2155 After deducting SO
for two weeks room rent In advance
I Mrs Gronier paid Smith the balance
of 15Sj in cash The mans arrest
took place and the entire amount of
cash paid over by tho woman was re I
covered by tho police
When searched at the police head
quarters two other checks wore found
In the mans pockets Both of those
are believed to ho forgeries Ore
was made out on First National Dank
paper to Sam Komenlch for tho sum i
of 3385 It was purported to have
boen signed by p H Steffonnon This
check had not yet been Indorsed
Other Checks Found I
Tho other chock on PIngrco Dank
i paper wjis made payable to tho samo
Sam Komenlch In the sum of 2185
and tho name of P J Mornn the
wellknown contractor appeared at
the bottom This Is also believed to
ho a forgery although the police have
not yot ascertained the facts from
Mr Moran There were also found
In Smiths pockets two books of blank
Checks one on tho FJrst National
Hank and the other on the Plngroo
National Dank
Smith first appeared at the Bis
mark rooming house Friday evening
and paid the proprietor fifty conts for
a room for the night Yesterday nf
lornoon ho returned and told Mrs
Grolnor that ho would take the room I
for two weeks anil In paving the rent
al In advance submitted the chock for
2185 on tho Read company
Woman Became Suspltous
The stranger bin not yet endorsed
the check rind tho presence of Mrs
Greinor and her two children ho
wioto the name Sm Smith across the
back of the liorua piper flit woman
then paid Smith the 15 SS In casM
but deckled lo tnko no chances and
sent her son downstairs to inuRe III
qulrloR regarding tim check
He was ndvlacd to keep the strnug
or In Bluhl and tike tho cheek to
the Road coinpiuiv at aide Thin the
boy did and was Informed that tho
check rag a forgery Ho then follow
od Smith up the street for three
bocks and meeting DetectIve Ward
low acquainted tho officer with tlt >
rlrounistnncos Smith was placed
under arrost at onCe and locked up
In thp city Jell
Smith Identified
Prrlte fun ovculnc Mw flrolnor
eail4 at Iho statlru antI Identified I
emit AH the man who hal given hon t
tbt > check She also idimlfle1 JUi
110 t Mil wUJjjft Khe btICIonrtl
ntranpnr as part poyiuaimor tbo A JW
alleged to be due him Whon facing i
thlg almost iiiimlatnkiiblo ovldonco of I
his guilt Smith told uovorril dlfferont i
stories slating at ono llmothut nn I
tj 1 1i
other man had slven him the check
with promise of a dollar if he would
cash It lie could not give the po
lice a description of this alleged sec
ond party
Smith was aflkcd to sign a releases
for the 1555 In order that the police
could turn the money over to Mrs
Grolncr but ho refused to do so
I knowing that his signature would bo
used as evidence agaInst him He
maintained that the forged check had
been endorsed by tho mysterious sec t
ond party t
I Forger Stranger to Police
The man under arrest Is believed
to bo an Assyrian anti Is a stranger j
In the city After a complete inves
tigation of the case b > the police the
matter will be turned over to the dis
trict attorney
iGlRl MHTS wnw 1
PAINfUL ACCIDENT j
Esther Teasdale Falls From a Bi
I cycle and Fractures Her
Arm and Wrist
I
I While riding on time handle bars ot
a bicycle with a young companion Ki
therthc thlrtoonyearold daughter ot
C fen dnlo was very painfully In
I Jured yesterday They wore riding
on Lincoln avenue between Twenty
sixth and Twentyseventh street when
the bicycle collided with a man throw
Ing the riders to the sidewalk
The little girl fell In such a man
ner that the right wrist was dislo
cated and tho bone fractured between
the wrist and elbow
cJOCIEI 1
Silver Hivo No 1 L 0 T M holds
Its annual reunion on Tuesday after
noon October 25 After review Wth
the new work there will bo an enter
taining program followed by refresh
ments
Of the United States annual point
and varnish bill of 200000000 the
railroads pay about onetenth I
Madam Bei
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Clairvoyant 3nd
Wor dcr WorKer
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Mine Dell cornea from a race of
people who have boon clairvoyant
for hundreds of years Her readings
of tho past and piosent as well as
your future lIfo will amaze you i
Whllo sho docs not claim to bo tlio
only clairvoyant in tho world she 11
acknowledscd by the press and pub 1
lic wherever she has been to bo tho
ftitmist clairvoyant they have ever
consulted i
Hour 10 to Sunday Included
J2JA Jj2 Washington Ave Room 2
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