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Ob DEN I1AILV COMMEKCIAL: i d- - FRfGHTFIL -- FALL He i 'iz.g. fern out MITCHELL LIZZY iETHl E The J'lXSGE HEAI'LOSG. oa Lxa ar.i-s-- lin.0 in Baiisi:-a- l ff Tmlli.More than to a Stirrae Tkirty Ttx t FiBr. ji'-ii- j CiULpuUsIta, llerr PurVer and Lout wl , tf Kuei rVHsrsj tarfm f titt Osrtati ef Te-assi- st' fees ta Vm1-- Ti Ktot Boot faawrf-- O Largs a a IWlar. m 1 - fcxa-iLi- Crnmi. fall t'fs Bel&ap yesterday morning re- turned from Silt Lake City with a prisoner earned A. J. King, who as captured ia that place. King is wanted here to answer to a charge of stealing a Wash-ina-tokit of blacksmith's tunls from ooe, . Twenty-fifthilokltn. He will U triad today before Th interior of the building ia cot Cross, A of flight steps lead up Judge completed. from the central hallway to tbe first TONIGHT'S GLOVE CONTEST. fioor. The connection with the stories sbov ia made by means of ladder, as- The Fijht For the I'ltarnpionsLip of cending through great openings in the Colorado and I'uh. which ia be will built. A stairs floor, rre of tinners are at work on the roof. Ths much talked-o- f mill between Young Mitchell has been employed as a Robert Dobba, lightweight champioa of helper to the tinners. lie ran errands, carried water, placed bundles of tin and Utah, and the Montana Kid, the lightdid other light work. Just before the weight champion of Colorado, will take aocident he had gone dowa to the place tonight at ths Opera bouse. Ths ground floor to fetch a bucket of water. He filled his pail and started bark for fight should be a rattling good on. the roof. Ascending the steps, he be- Both men are ia ths pink of condition. are ths cleverest pugilists gan to climb the first of the series of They H mounted it and had in ladders. in this class their reached almost to the top of the second part of tb country and both here a which ends at ths fourth floor. All the number of bard ring victories to their while he oarried the Leavy bucket brim- credit The go will settle the championming with water in his left hand and ship of Colorado and Utah. Ambition with his right guided and secured bis and the receipts will be a double hazardous way from rang to rang. Us incentivegate to spur each man to do his best was just scrambling onto ths fourth rounds will be sufficient for men floor when his foot slipped; the weight Twenty of their weight to secure a knock-ou- t of the bucket pulled him over tideways; Bis ounce gloves will b used and all he grabbed for the ladder with bis hand ths of ths law relating to provisions that was free, but missed his bold. See- prize fights will be complied with. ing that he waa falling, with rare pres-eno- s George Lablanche, "the Marine," the of mind, he sprang outward so that of the "Nonpareil'' Jack he started- on his fearful plunges feet conqueror has Dempaey, telegraphed from Butte, foremost In his descent bis feet struck Mont, the scene of his recent defeat the joists of an unplastered wall and he George Kessler, that be will arrive by in was whirled topsy-turrFully thirty on this afternoon's train. If he feet he fell, through the spaces of two Ogden here he will referee the tight Ed. stories, and struck upon his head and Sets who has already been named shoulders, midway oo the flight of stairs. referee, w ill gladly give way to him. The bucket fell beside hiin aud was Before the principal tight of the evenburst to pieces, its hoops being broken ing begins there will be several and its cedar staves splintered and scat- bouts between good boxers. Jack lively Neff, tered. Louis heavy weight, will the bt handy Some of the carpenters in the building on .the mittens w ith Moore, of Peosaw the accident They rushed to where put and tbe brothers, of local ria, tbe boy lay bleeding and insensible, fame, will give Flynn an illustration of brothpicked him up and took l.uu in a car- erly love in the ring. riage to bis home on Twenty-seconstreet, between Washington and Adams llokomb Doesn't Know. avenues. llolcomb, of the Union Dra Powers and Allen wore hastily called ia. The boy's skull had been Pacific, accompanied by his first assist mashed in behind the loft ear, and on the ant, Mr. Hill, returned from a flying trip suture which connects the temporal and afterto Green River, yesterday Wyo., The bones. in skull tbe occipital gash was three inches long. The operation of noon by special train, and left for Salt trepanning, one of the nicest in surgery, Lake after a ten minute stay, in his was peformed by the physicians. Two special car, attached to the regular pieces of bone were removed and one of train. them was as large as a silver dollar. to a query by a CommeIn When the bone fragments had been rcial response regarding the rumor curreporter taken away and the pressure upon the rent that Jay Gould had purchased a brain relieved, the boy regained controlling interest in the road. Mr. consciousness for the first time since his llolcomb said, sen tentiously: "I know falL Fair hopes are entertaiaed for his nothing about it except what I have fortua should such recovery; though read in the newspapers. It may bo true nate uoshot befalL his would be and it may not The report has been one of the most remarkable cases on ciioulated several times before, and I record. care to give my opinion regarding don't The boy is the son of Mr. James its If such a transfer has veracity. Mitchell, a carpenter, who is himself a been made it will become known at the cripple from a severe fall sustained proper time." nearly twenty years ago. Has your presence here anything to do with a revision of the time table with The Frank Daniel's Company. a view to bringing about better connecd Frank Daniels and his delightful tion with the Southern Pacific on traffic?" as the reporter. house an to overflowing company played "No. We are perfectly satified with last night The office had to limit the the present schedule and no change is sale of scats as is usual with good things contemplated. My visit here and that at the limited room. of the other officials is on routine busiThis fantastic comedy is not cast on ness and of no interest to the public in the model of anything in particular. It general." is just two hours of fun by the company, Mr. llolcomb will return to Omaha by Mr. Daniels, by tne Hoodoo, or some after a days sojourn in Salt Lake. Supone else. It is not exactly a hu- erintendent Mertsheimor is still in the morous kaleidoscope but something city. like farcical It is that Adams Willing1 to Resign. muiscal, grotesque, pathetic, sublime, and ridiculosls. It is artistic humor New York, Nov.20. President Adams nearly combed free of chestnuts. of the Union Pacific, and President It is Frank Daniels and his company, the Northwestern, have been IIughitt,of with a first-clas- s comedy, The brillian t young American trage in this city since Tuesday, and it is said dian. Thomas W. Keene, will be tbe some important development will Boon next lame attraction at the opera house. The Gould people state that the He will appear on December first occur. Directors of the Union Pacific of Board and second. will be reorganized within ten days and a statement is circulated that President Died of Their Injuries. Adams has signified his willingness to Amuena Solie. a section band who was hand in his resignation if asked for. He run over in the passenger yards of the also said that if he finds a large number the stockholders opposed to him he Union depot Wednesday afternoon at o of will resign. ,. o'clock, died during the night at the ' Transfers. Estate Real Union Pacific hospital. His leg was Furnished by the Hendorshot Abamputated near the thicb. His suffer- ma waa intense, but death soon relieved stract office, "2414 Washington avenue. him. He had no relations in this November 20, 1890. ' ' countrv. Ha will be buried here. His Thomas Heninger to Andrew C. Snow-bergewife and four children, who live in Nor tat.tAr Kv IKaiI Ka won part n w , sec 26, tp 6, r 1, W; siat tv wort taa aw aayuaw John A. Maroney, the brakeman who $400. Isaac C. Dennett to Isaac Berlin, all was injured at judders Bwiicn,oeiween a box car and the post of a cattle guard, blkslO, 22,23,24, 30 and 33, L awndale also died of his wounds 'at the . Union-Pacifi- add; $9,000. John W. Browning to James Brown, hospital at 3 o'clock yesterday Tnnrn lnr Tha lmflr nf his sklrfl had part ri w M, sec 3, and part n e , sec been mashed fh." His brother, who lives 4, tp, 5," r 1, W; $8,000. Total, $17,400. at Piqua, 0.( was notihed. The Iowa Association. The Races Tomorrow. Iowa Association meets this Tho Remember the races at the Ogden evening at the New West Academy, at Driving Park Association track tomor- 8 o'clock. row at 2 o'clock. The city council, the glove scrap, the The grounds can be reached by the Literary society, and the Iowa Ogden brick motor. Run to Higginbotham's all hold forth in competiAssociation and then tore north of the river, go tion The Hawkeyes will doubttonight. is as it west on the street or "lane," own against tho field, hold their less called, about one block, turn to the and its a strong field too. right and the grounds are before you. Of the two races one will be between A Land Case. "Mormon Boy" and "Minnie," and the A land case concorning the proof of other will be between "Zip" and "Coke Junior." the Desert land entry by William Stimp-soThe first purso is 100 and the second Jr., which is contested by Walter 1200. II. Chase, was before Judgo Cross The grounds are so handy to the center of the city that everybody can go. yesterday. Tho evidence was quite extensive and tho hearing was continued until today. Tried for Theft. a overcoat an stole George Russ, who A Mile Track. few nights ago from the Z. C. M. I., was At a meeting of the Junction City arraigned yesterday before Judge Crops. association the He pleaded guilty and was given a 520 Driving Park end Fair fine and ten days in the county jail. His contract was let for a mile track to to be finished as soon as only excuse was that ho was drunk at Corey Bros., the time and did not know what he was. men and tsams can do it a - - d Vice-Preside- east-boun- , r, x ' n, dd j U Sberil -- tut, - tS st-tK- Actual Evidence u Ln frtrd jliib YirlJ U tit lurtiuli AH of Ihcia 1 lead Ceiltj and Abide CalW fcark. Arthur MitcLelL a fifteen year old oy, Ket with a frightful accident yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock La tb avenue near Boyle block on t.t ui stars as w jrt OF IS THE Aiiaui, 11 Urtae tfcr Sretearc. K.W til ia joce there ul be worth the whUe of evt a Kiuicl to la CMariMr mf iWir A sa4 tlrfir Gxl bear. It wiii be superb. truugvMfi j FreaiL fur Ik l"Btf, cb Jsdg-trt.tii-lu- (e l- MKKEI 5 0e dWL cf the girl UiU IV-.i'- s sad K tnt word esupkiyer c t djy. t i Lw family twi-iin- . Dr. Frvl G. Mr-riS- . of 3.' Gfwrfcw h Ir. Mrd saw tt.at th ii"t bwea properly a'.kadi , ir. l thra saw suonrthini bid him hurry to the police Oa neck tae ere Uick marks though bad finger lilo its thio'. He UaIJ tbe rcpuia st tbe Mad.iua 'rwt be thought th mother had r.rangW ht--r child. Tbe nith-- r was i m an ktubuUo to lb G jTeoH.r Hospital, and the child was sect to tb morgue. Deputy Coroner Weeton made an and that the child Led from sirsnguiatiua. Delia Flanagan Muse to say anything. The girl at the house say that he could not have strangled child, and further that she was a religiou girl, and would not have nosed tb death of an nnbaptized child. They will tell nothing of what tbey known It MSTHT CUIBT. , X.MKiW y&h, eft-si- mm cm FIVE SOEE cjcvti tLt ula isj rtitii tna. Willi sacb a m k Haase in Hi SioH. the jju. KvUit-tlu- Tuatk-itfifio- at is OIr aal r FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2!, Ibi0. anty doc-tde- IiU vew-trda- Of Our Assertions is Shown by the Following Prices which "We as place before You today mei-ela "Pointer." y s Tbm. ITbe Dutrirt Court reached the criminal docket yesterday. Firs eases ui unlawful cohabilkitt were dwpoaed of. Gmt Impert4 leltsa Otrrvsat Brislar Pries There were no trials, bowever. Tbe men Cat rrk tla.00 ho were all Mormon, cam ia, pleaded Fins Mrltea Overcast Irgslar Price tM.OO guilty to the indict iients, waived time about ths father. Cat Tries MN and asked fur judgmebt All of them CAPTI E1XG A M00SSH15ER. made the same sweeping statement in UMts Heavy Welgkt TUttr Regalar Pries flMW ope j court, that sas published in this Cat Fries iH.UO A sod their from sralencea. Manual Bim Brines paper yesterday; Deputy Black Chevlst were GeaU all varied of Ssiti 11 is Mountain. E Keralar Pries ttZJb though light M't treat. the offender are old men and good ciu-se- n Cat Fries 20. W. Nor. KcTsxa, Va, Deputy except in their past polygamous Caaslmrr Grata Fla Sails Kegslsr Pries ttiMt practices. Most or tneta nave patd tttetr United Bute Marshal O. C. Miller arCat Pries $11 M tia s; som have got thirty days time in rived her a day or two ago having in which to pay and on or two ar to poor Waal Cssnlmrrs a William Fancier. Gsataall Salts moonshiner, aVgalar Pries 1 that they will bav to serve out their charge Cat Frier &M tine with a short term ia tbs peniten He lived, with a number of others of his mile 200 of will is be about Bt south thers class, tiary. It protiabM GesU Flae Iaportta vTsrstrc Salts Orslar Pries MM no trials in the polygamy cases. Mr. IL Georg. tb county seat of Tucker Cat Fries $XLiO IL Rolapp, who is to attorney for most county, and about sixty miles from tbs of them, says that all ander indictment BalUmors k Ohio railroad, and hiachass Gesu Fla Wen tew Salts. RrriUr Prtet seem to be disposed to follow the lead and capture constitute on of ths most Cat Prkr tUUM already made, plead guilty and abide ths remarkabls epuudes ia ths criminal andecision of tbs court nals of West Virginia. Detective Miller above are all Fine Custom Made Ths following is ths full docket dis was compelled to follow his man for Good Fine Perfect Fitting, in Goods, Work, n landed in of before weeks him Linings, several yesterday: posed First-clas- s. United butes vs. UUvaies Jacobsoa, prison, often at ths risk of his Ufa fact like Reductions in make Strictly unlawful cohabitation, waived time, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Boys and Childrens ClothThen Ills Honor Eose Up. pleaded not guilty and asked for and costs of suit, or Fins of August Uth-of- f ing. . Omaha World Herald: la default six mouths' imprisonment is an Elkhorn saloonkeeper who was In of official steno grapher; an order that a stenographer arrested recently charged with selling sttend ths sessions of this court during liquor on the Sabbath. He was taken United States business, charges to be before a justice at Elkhorn for trial, paid by the government and straightway moved for a change of United Htstaa Ti Levi L. Wheeler; venue. OF: -- What' pleaded not guilty and asked for judgthat?" the Court asked. ment Order of imprisonment for twen"We don't want to be tried by you," ty day. Uthoffs attorney responded. United States vs. Jaa. Kunip; on moThe iudize looked at him in astonish tion of D. Evan case ordered dismissed. nient Ulhoff attorney expected a tine In re delinquent jurors, H B. Tripp, for of court, but be escaped Jos. Williams. W. B. Shews, A E. Barnes thatcontempt and Geo. Bevier; ordered that writs of "I'd like to know why not?" the Court 2410 attachment issue for these jurors and remarked warmly. that a tine of $T be entered against "Well, we have an affidavit here to the them. effect that we feel that we cannot secure A. L IIOBKS, Manager Annex, 27C 2oth & Ogutn, Etal In re summons of petit jurors; order a fair and impartial trial, lou re pre for ten additional. judiced." Mary McGrath vs. David G. Tellant; "You're a liar t" SO FISTICUFFS IN THIS COURT. them in, wnen the negro was brought motion to set osido judgment and ver"You're unfriendly to us." before 5juire Beeves and was Id8ulinet dict taken under advisement "You're an infernal, no account, worthof Mary McGrath vs. David G. Tellant: less, liar. You and ur client ought to Tbe Jndffo Declared That lie Really as the olfeiulor. Ho was in trouble some kind in Kansas City a few years four days further stay of execution be in jail" Would Not Stand It. ago, but escaped punishment. The name granted wherein to prepare bill of ex"We want to go before another court, and on Destatement Nov. 20. "Gentlemen, gen- of the negro is William Prioe and k baa ceptions CiiiCAtio, appeal. anyway." boon employed at the City hotel until a fendant excepts. The justice got up and roared. must this atop or I will have to fiw days ago, when he was discharged. tletnon, United States vs. John Welch; with'.'You make me tired," he cried. "Do drew plea of not guilty and pleaded you think this court is going to have punish you. If you want to fight, go The young lady who waa assaulted ia on tbe street, but you can't do it the daughter of Tsquire Henry ft mas, Waived time and asked for guilty. you pawing all over the country like out resided near here for many judgment Fined $100 and costs, or im- Dogknees looking for a man with a lan here. If you don't want to go out doors, who hasShe has been coming from bom prisonment in the penetintiary in de- tern to suit your pleasure?' Think the I can accommodate you right in my year. to attend school and returning ia daily fault Allowed thirty days time to pay. law is a thing to be tried on like a suit United States vs. Luke Sherwood; of clothesT iou sit down and give room, and send a bailiff in there, and the evening. The negro is being closely you can tight it out to your heart con guarded and publio sentiment ia at lever leaded guilty and took statutory time your evwenoe." ? r sentence. . , heat UthorT's attorney somplied and the re tent" i what That Judge Frank Baker said The People vs. IL Clannh; order for sult was bis client was nned f 100 and tbi morning to three very angrr attor in Eye on Alexander. writ of attachment for Tbos. Cully and seat to jaiL But the attorney appeared neve. They were arguing on the now Nov. 20. Students of state George Proudfit, defaulting witnesses. before tbe district court, recited the historical Paris, case of Kamuel Buckwitz, The petit jury was impanelled in the facts, and the saloon man was released. are with much interest ' craft observing firm old of time board the trade against morniog as follows: Thomas Frazier, of Schwartz & Lester. The plaintiff the progress of the czar's novel experi John Hunz, Andred Rose, Henry Hart-maThe Eight of Way. was a custo mer or tbe defendant, and ment in the establishment of provincial B. C. Walton, I. E. Spalding, Mark & sued Lester tribunals Schwartz Chicago Tribune: "Say, you let go of he Fletcher, Herber Orm, John Bradley, composed of ths nobility with " loss of almost for the Charles MoComie, B. L. Doty, Willis that!" shouted the driver. extensive authority as courts of very which he claimed de dropped in Booth, Jr., John Everett, John W. Al"Don't you try to run over me," various original jurisdiction and from tbe j epncultitive transactions on the tribunal. For centuries, indeed f. len, B. A. By bee, Aaron DeWitt H. H. shouted the pedestrian. Board of Trade. These deals occurred village Smith. P. M. Paulson, Edward Sewell, conversation took place at a in the early eighties, and the suit was long before Peter the Great, the policy '"' The Elishu Wilbur, Thomas Grant, John of the czars has been to break down the crossing on Western avenue yes- brought in 1884. Judge Rogers Gramer, Thomas Fryer and John muddy nobility as an obstacle to their own' between the demurrer a terday declaration to the moaning Brown. autocracy, and the nobility has of late . . of a delivery wagon and said it waa not worth tho driver it paper Five jurymen, who had been sum- and a man with a basket on was written on, and that the court did been pretty well subdued. Now the moned and who failed to appear, had his arm. The latter to avoid czar is taking steps to partly restore the run being An not have juriwlictinn. appeal was power wrested from them. The new1 $5 fine entered against them and writs over had seized the horse by the bridle taken to the Supreme Court, and that tribunal, so far as their methods " of attachment issued for them. It was and stopped the animal with a suddenoverruled Judge Kogers's de- are in have ordered, too, that ten more jurymen bo ness thut nearly threw the driver oil his tribunal known, begun sent the case back for rein- an and cision fill out the jury. summoned to show and way arbitrary seat..., statement. The case was on the call in for the ancient authority oil "Keep out of the way if you don't Judgo Baker's court last Tuesday, and contempt the village courts, while at tbe same ... Cause, the Cantons drill ? want to get run over," yelled the dismissed was on motion of defendant's Oo see for yourself. time the use of the knout, " " jehu. the other side made a which reviving Today attorney. been has Where? prohibited lri ' 'My friend," answered tho man on the motion to reinstate, and tho discussion Russia for a numberlegally How far-vAt the Opora house. of yara, crossing, still holding the horse by the between the lawyers grew very personal the new system wiU avuU When? to shields thMt know "don't that the bits, you crossing whereupon the judge interfered with tho throne of tho Russians remains to Thursday evening, November 27. belongs to the people of Chicago?" above remarks. Fnally the court rein- seen. He has progressed far enough lo.,j to' Doors open at 8:30. "You let go of that horse!" stated the case on the trial call, and it at least show that one of its Drill at 9 p. m. primary bo "Now reasonable, my dear, sir. This will come up for argument on demurrer effects, whether o Intended ortiot, Will Occasion; The Canton crossing is merely a continuation of the Monday morning. Ball. be to utterly deprive the peaminla of tHr sidewalk. It belongs to tbe pedestrians. benefits of the local iadioial :furjqUenav " a and have I way, Three-Card London. right'of Monte Man. The Original Lanjrtry In of their beloved village pomjupnidq qr,lYf " "If you don't let go of that I'll ' lV V ' Kansas City Times: I found a man Lomx)i, Nov. 20. Lily Langtry cre- "Mir" "Hold on a moment Don't got excited, ) ... ., , ,. uti,... iy:..y i in my rounds yesterday who was well my friend. The law is perfectly clear ated the theatrical sensation of the week Cold Water, for Villard,. The courts decided have this on tonight by a gorgeous opening in "Anacquainted with "Canada Bill," the timo andpoint that a btatemetit"f New York, Nov. person who is on monte man, now a street again and Cleopatra" at tho Princess " thony original three-carRoekf oilers" lnlersts and.Ueir:-"crossing. that dead. "You lot go of that horse or I'll break theatre. was an immense crowd to wit associate's ' ' generally itiown ";as'i'thof"! There 'The three-carmontegamo," he said, your head!" fiteSwi!0'1 what ness "was first worked by 'Canada Bill' in promised to be a spectacle of Standard Oil Compkny.-'ha"Be culm, my friend. Preserve your i xiaiviu" ri,:t;J"0 Mrs. u..:. u u: . wonderful sconery. w 1869, and he was as stupid a looking Langtry is case Varner of the It man as one could easily find. Bill was a equilibrium. played indifferently throughout and preferred by JUO,00OBharcastToh'-" vs. Nebergall, 44th 111., page. Canadian, as his name indicates. He "Take that!" roared the infuriated rose only ia the last act to anything ap- discussion ia regard to:VillHrd!s,&Ureafai worked his game on the trains usually, driver, proaching a genuine tragedy style. She in the properly., T.he exact avounlqf,, striking at him with his whip. passing himself oil as a cattle man from "Once more 1 ask you not to get ex- was recalled after each act, but more for this it is difficult to estimate. None of ..... Texas. In 1873, after making a vast answered the man on the crossing, the generaf curiosity than anything the Koekfeller i could be" Wn' todajr" else. v sum of money at .his trick, 'Canada Bill' cited," Ihe " about the par eh am" President10' whip. "You will find by redodging conceived the idea of organizing all the Jt ucontidebtly .kehevtt n? Carleton, as Anthony, was bad in the Oakes, said:eprfd ..-- : to of Skean case the ferring first two acta In the third act he burst the liockfellers and their assooiatiee men inclined to be 'crooked' in the vari- vs. Dockrush, 47lh 111., page 34. --"" ous points about which ho plied his vointo a splendid delivery, amid thunders 1..ftir uil.l.k1 in iliuir linlilinira in fiirmuWhack! of cheers. The consensus of opinionjali cation. He called it, as all men of his bonds of the Norherr ftifeitto Wir ? red whiskered driver landed The his calling now do, 'squaring the head," that whip this time squarely on the shoulders that Jjangtry is not up to tragedy. The pany.'' Htf stated positively trial is 'fixing, tbe head officials of a town if of the play will have a big run, but it will oyst was no truth in the report that V51lard ''" argumentative citizen. possible establishing a 'straw bail prop"Now will you let go of that horse?" the "Lily" more money than sbaatio would retire pr lff forced outof jthe omn.jt I erty holders.' Atone time ho had work- he fiercely demanded. possibly make by it. pany. Other parties "identified with,,,; the 127,0000 ing for him 1,000 men on tbe trains and - "Certainly" was the answer. "If you interests both Bay r. in various towns ar d cities." Another Negro Urute. of hares preferred , stock held ( have no respect for precedents, and company were won't listen to the law in the case, I Sweet Spp.iucis, Mo., Nov. 20. This by the North American Marks on Baby's Throat. hypothecated to secure loans, sold by'1" shall have to try some other kind of arand 5:15 Alice Amelia about evening creditors and then bought in by therT New York, Nov. 20. Four young gument." Officers of the North; The next instant the fiery-huedriver Ninas, two young ladies agocj about 10 Rockefellera Irish girls live in rooms in the second were attending Professor J. American admit that some of its aecur- who himself found of out years, the jerked wagon and third floors of 154 Madison street and state how rolling over and over in the Btreet. E. Barnett's academy, left the .city for ities are sold," bul decline to of. ' There'''5' or what they consisted Three have lived there for some time, He was dragged through a many two miles north. When just is their a possibility that the Rockefellers1"' but the fourth, Delia Flanagan, only on his back, turned over and pulled outsidehome, the city limits they saw a col- mayjbecome hostile to Villard on ao"i-- f moved in three weeks ago. She worked through it again on his face, and when iu a paper box factory in James slip. he was permitted to get up, his most ored man coming along the side of the count of the recent developments iu tha.- j meet tho At market. , monthly kitimate regular with was would a creditor not She have known hill along the road. They did not pay pretty brunette, big today, noth- -'1 brown eyes and waving dark hair. She him. His features had disappeared and much attention to his presence until he ing of the Northern Pacific She had" been in this country but three his once magnificently lurid hair and increased the speed o his y.yilk. As he ing was developed. ' ' v years, and had no relatives bore but a beard had turned to a sober but sticky gained upon them K6 p'ioked up' a rock, Record. His Beat brother. The three girls had noticed slate color. and when tbey started-oa rnn he ran "Vou may climb in and drive on again, after them and,. that Delia was ill, but thought nothing HSj they .sVparah, Stocktox, Cul., Not. 20. Stamboul of it. Last Saturday she worked as my friend," observed the citAliceand threw her dnfcu and beat his record on the Stockton track i ' caught usual. Sunday she said she did not feel izen, picking up his basket and trudging choked her so she could not make a ' 'ic a wile in 2:114- - j well, and on Monday she did not go to along. "You don't look quite so hand- noise. Tho orios of Auwlia ..fright- today, making it.) home friends three as some her When work. got you did, but you know a good ened the brute until he released his hokl A full atteniLmeo is dosired at the Monday evening they found her suffer- deal more about the law than you ever on Alice and ran. By this time a numknew before." ber of persons had arrived, attracted by meeting of Queeu City Lodge No. 7, this ing. Toward midnight Mamie O'Hoa went tho cries of tho girls. The alarm was evening. Worklniirst nndsecoud ranks. The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist given and Constable Wj B. Willer and All candidates for these rankB ure refor a doctor. At, 12 o'clock Dully gave birth to a child. The two other girls church will serve a Now England dinner his assistant soon arrested the assailant quested to bo present, Lodgo couvenea went into the adjoining room, and just in the parlors of the church on Thanks- and brought him to the city and linked at7::W. then Mamie O'llea came back without giving Day from 11:30 a. m. to 10 p. in. him up. The frightened girls went home, Sohmcr," the Queen of Pianos, a doctor. The girls looked at the child. The best of everything will bo served. but tbe constable went out and brought hr tOO GU 170 tbl tttM The Extra We fin ju-me- nt LOEB 8c MYER, UN Ml lift I PROPRIETORS CLOTHING WASHINGTON AVE. n, 0, d , raw-bone- d : -- '- u 20.---- Th ' d . well-know- n . mr , d mud-puddl- o . 1 ; raw-bone- d .