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THE EXAMINER MORNING s.VTI UTAH, OGDEN, CiAY ll'l WEEKLY REPORTS CF BRADSTREET. mi SYSTEM AND SHOULD HIS WAV TO V. COMPANY SPORTING GOODS. Jobbara of EDISON PHONOAND GRAPHS RECORDS, Clark,Horracka Fiah'ng Tackln, Stall and Daan Athlatic Goods. Phonographa Sold on Easy 351 24th St. Terms. Ogden Steam Laundry 'Phonea 437 26th SL 174. 1 BUMP. OP ECONOMY" Bhould lie cultivated. Yon nhmiid Imitate Russell Page, the millionaire, and hunt the aeuind-liaaetore, where a l:ttle gne a long waya. Remember "'lie penny la the baby of the million. You rhould stick to tbe JUMBLE, 2300 Wash. Hello 1144. rider. Pasture, Storage, Furnished Rooms. d B0M0I0 S COMPANY 155 25th Street currency. : Wireless Messages Will Be Sent and Huainefe experienced the Received During the Entire Interrupt iun during electon week, but Voyage. a more permanent re ardiug iutliiem-was the inadequate supply of freight cars and labor. Matty industries are Norfolk. Yn.. Nov. 9. Piesuien: severely handicapped by traffic delays. Ruuseteli. u Itoaid the I'nited d!: In other oases there is idle machinery because hands cannot be secured, de- battleshipof Louisiana. txum! tor toe isthmus Ui e.i out Panama, passed spite the high wages offered. The difthe capes uf Virginia cxaclij ficulty threatens i j reduce the lumlitr through 6:4u thla morning The laiuiaiana rut materially. Several :rlkea arc at was followed by the armored cruisur threatened, and one railway ayst-ualone has advanced wuges to ihe ex- Tenuease and Waabingin. which are tent of a million dollars monthly. Re- to convoy the battleship on her trip. tail trade is well main'a.ned by lower southern Whan aoiue distance off Cape Hentemperatures in some aecilous of the the Jaiuiaiann raised signals of oouniry and the full employment of ry, labor at all points, while wholesale aouie kind which the I'nited States business In holiday goods it very .weather observer at tne t ape was unable to distinguish because of a great heavy. amount of being embied from Interrupted move men: id grain to the funnels smoke of the loiulaiaua and u: her primary markets and the consequent vessels at the time. reairlrtiun of foreign business as well Neither of the warships made uuv as activity of northwestern flour mills checked the upward tendency of quo- Slop, however, and soon passed out of tations and caused some reaction. sight to the southeast uf Cape Henri . The transfer last night uf the l Western receipts of 6.339.673 bushels party in upper Chesapeake of wheat for the week compared with from the yacht Mayflower to the 6,044,122 bushels In the corresponding Hay week last year, while exports from all lawiefana was without' s peels I incieo far as is known here. ports of the I'nited States, flour in- dent, The weather at sea today is charmcluded. amounted to 2.883.573 bushels, ing and tho conditions fur a delightagainst 1.9U0.052 a year ago. trip by the President and Ms party Liabilities of commercial failures ful thus far reported since November 1 could not be more promising than ut amounted to 61.221,312, of which 537,-78- present. Wireless telegraph messages are was In manufacturing, 6672.337 in from the President all along trading and 110,615 In other commer- expected i be coast. The Louisiana will not cial lines. leave the coast shore for any great New York, Nov. 9. Bradstreets to- distance and will be In touch by wireless almost during tbe entire trip. morrow will say: Greater confidence, resulting from HINDOOS NOT WANTED. the election, marked advances In wages of railway employes, further greatOttawa. Ont., Nov. 9. There are 860 ly improved collectluna. large orders. more Hindoos on their way to their Indicating heavy consumption, good colony in British Columbia. Already bualneaa on spring account, a continprotests have been received ued scarcity of labor and of the record strong from the province against the arrival breaking output of Iron and steel, are of this class, who. It Is said, are nut prominent features of the week. wanted. an active apat presents Industry The Dumlnlon government will pearance aa ever and labor Is getting make to the Imperial representations of an this returns, example being high afforded by an advance of 10 per rent government to take the matter up in wages hi a number of leading rail- with theto Indian government, and put a stop this Immigration. way .s All In all, the situation is one of immense activity and of eagerness, ANARCHIST SUSPECT. despite the fart that prires of staples generally are showing advancing tenDenver, Colo., Xov. 9. Ginning dencies and index numbers are at the Bruno, n Blrllian, believed to be one highest point for at least twenty years. of the most dangerous and daring Ratal of wool are smaller at Boston, Italian anarchists, was arrested today but still above the normal. transactions of the past three weeks at Keane, a small station on the Bur railroad, forty seven miles east have cleaned up staples well and deal- lington ers get what they ask for. Woolen aof Denver, where he was employed as section hand. Rearch baa been made goods trade reports are more favorahim far five mnntbe by agents of ble. especially for fine yarns varieties, for Immigration and some mill are running night on the UnitedHeStates will be returned to heavy weight gooda. Business failures In the I'nited Sicily. States for the week ending November DUMONT'S ATTEMPT POSTPONED g number 146, against 163 last week, and 1G6 in the like week of 1905. Paris, Nov. 9. Such an enormous Canadian failures for the week numcrowd collected In the Bois de Bou21 and as last 23, week, ber against logne today to witness M. Santos Du86 In this week a year ago. monts attempt to win the grand from Wheat, Including flour, exports n prise, which rethe I'nited States and Canada for the week ending November 8 aggregated quires a flight of more than a kilometer In a machine heavier than the 4,155.811 bushels, against 8,533,425 this air, that the guardian of the Buis in wsk last year. slated upon a postponement of the attempt until better police protection could lie arranged at a later date. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND IN ELOQUENT SPEECH STEAMER IN DISTRESS. u DRY GOODS fOR FAIL . JUST ARRIVED MOeUftCD ANO OCFCNDCO fdrswiu iirytwmMUiiBrtWN'Iiii Vmr to Mwkm, sbiia wnnt lTnl.M, N ALL eOUNTRICa. Bammu Hrrrt wbi M'uMvtam am wtruJethatfriM, and hfrlflMMRt htiet wow or POM b aa at tima, Pnrtlci bdsstoly. (OMIlaaiHLkMI waaiti NOTON, D. o. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC T. B. EVANS & CO. Bom Phones 136. 2364 i OGDEN 263 Washington Arraus. TlBF Deutsrh-Arbhdeaeo- EXCHANGE Twenty-fift- h St California sad Esatam Racaa Dirc1 Wiro fat All Spcrtlnp Eventa Astoria, Ore., Nov. 9. -- The schooner Holmes reports the schooner Louis, which sailed heuce Nofor San Franvember 2, lumber-laden- , cisco, wss off the Columbia bar on Thursday evening, waterlogged and evidently trying to make port. She was flying no signals at the time and Is not thought to be In grave danger. C. F. Barbarism Is that state of society where men, having nothing which is the ecxluslve possession, of any, prey upon the strength and the labor of others. 'That In the holding of private property there will be Inequality is a fact that Is Inevitable. Hen are not and never will be equal, in the power that builds up property, in the sacrifice of self, In the economy that preserve an I Increase It. The preaching of Utopians in remedy of this inequality, tbe proposal of schemes that Ignore the nature of men and the vital conditions of human society are an Insult no less than an Injury to tbe individual whom they would fain beguile. A chief pnnncen put before us is oommon ownership, through city, state or nation, of productivity and of transportation hither and thither of the results of this productivity. Let us be on our guard: common ownership in one direction leads to common ownership In another, all the more so when the purpose really held to mind by the many is to grasp wealth without much personal effort; to make up for one's deficiency by despoiling others." Large fortunes, legally obtained, the speaker declared, are not necessarily an evil. They are necessary to the I marvelous growth of characteristic ol American life. They must not. however, be allowed to violate law or oppress the weak. NOT HI8 SON. five-mast- HUGHES PLURALITY 11,300. New York, Nov. 8. Official returns from Erie county this afternoon Increased Chenier's present apparent plurality to 1,026. The Isieat unofficial returns Indicate that Hughes' plurality Is about 61,-30- TAXES OP PULLMAN CO. the cuug:. iiiul tin Liter, : I' V i hr New Yoik. Nov. 9 meeting of the New York clu.vrr uf the Ame:-ii-aof Iasi Clerks ibxtltute H'.;, currency reeveiiiLg. the queslUu A. I 'mi i'l:s form was discussed nsnt. autanr of "TV i'rluciiiles of u eons-exiuuu- Mr. fouiiaui Monet aud llauhiug drrlaied That the cmU'-- y had ibis system i bond secured ouly a currency, which was war measure, like 'V ixsne f the Every mber civliixed gieeubacks country had s more M iviiiltic banking a t:m,- for the I'ult-esystem, and it Stales to deal witb :ln quesilim in s lime of general instead of mailing for the coiiiim'iM.iu of panic and a period of dixtnisi. A large stock of paper money. lilcb did not diminish when the demand for it declined. might prove a mtuux menace to the security uf our monetary system. he xiiid. Mr. Uonant's remedy for this menace was the plan recommended by the chamber of commerri- committee. AUTOMOBILE (! . -l mous. The dissemiiiktlou of mycotic diseases lakes place in dlflervnt way. There are those w bi.h cannot lie emu lmiutcated from Mrs,ii to person, lint spread only by the micro bic cause Invading the Individual. Tu thla class uisla rial fevers produced by spa niodia. There are, sei'tiuilly. those w Lift i are not coiuinuuiesble from to person, but through external carriers ouly, such as soil, water, fond, ACCIDENT. ier-so- Asiatant Cashier Killed and Cashier Fatally Injured. sir. clothing and uteuxll. To that class belong yellow fever aud Asiatic cholera They are infections. There are. fiually, those which may be transmitted directly from a person or iuillrectly through carriers. To this class belong scarlet fever, measles, diphtheria, variola. lufluenxa. erysipelas and varicella, perbs is alis whooping cough. They are coulsgloue and Infectious. Des Moines, loss. Nov. 9. Henry Dewill, assistant cashier of the Bank of Sully, a small town east of here, was Instantly killed and Frank Sherman, cashier, will probably die from an automobile accident today. Tbe driver hist control of the machine which was going at a high rate of speed, and li plunged into a ditch, pinning the men underneath. SETTLED AFTER ELECTION. IJucoln. Neb., Nov. 9. Congressman Ernest M. Pulls rd, of ihe First Nebraska rilstriot, last night sent a draft for 61.862 to Sergeant at Arms Css son of ihe nations house of representatives. Tbe sum represents salary paid io Mr. Pollard as congressman from March 4 to July 18, 19u5. As he was first elected on the latter date at a special election to fill the unexplred term of Elmer J. Burkett, his right to the salary for the period whim he was technically not s member, wss questioned, and was made au Issue in the campaign just closed. Mr. rollard was reflected last Tuesday. SCULPTOR DEAD. New York, Nov. 9 Ramuel J. Kit, soli, the sculptor, who had studios In New York and Boston, died at 1 o'clock this morning. Kidney disease was the cause of death. - AND LARCENY. New York. Nov. 9. Frederick A. e Burnham, president of the Mutual Ufe Insurance company, and George Burnham and George D. vice presidents of the sama company, will be put on trial in th supreme court nexi Monday on oltarge of forgery and grand larceny. The day was fixed today by Justice Greenhsnm an application of District-AttorneJerome. The motion was not opposed by the defendant counsel. The Indictment of the defendants followed disclosure si the recent Insurance Investigation. e, INJUNCTION SECURED. Frankfort, Ky.. Nov. 9. Attorneys representing the Mutual Ufe Insurance Company uf New York and President Charles A. Peabody, of that company, today secured from the Frank- DESERTER SHOT. SOLOMON HAMBURGER DEAD. Portland. Ore., Nov. 9. Private Simmons. a deserter from Company H. Fourteenth Infantry, 1 g. A., was' shot and perhaps fatally Injured at Vancouver, Wash., last night by Policeman 8errist, while attempting to evade arrest. Rolomon died unexpectedly yesterday of heart failure following an operation. Mr. Hamburger was one of the beet knosn men In the cigar and tobacco bualneaa In the country. A month ago Mr. Hamburger and hla family returned from a trip around the world. Mr. Hamburser was a member of the Standard and Illinois athletic clubs. He took an active Interest In philanthropic work. He wss born In Bavaria in 1857. Chicago. Nov. 9. bit-blews- MAJORITY POR ANDREW. Ham-bnrg- CONFE88ES BIGAMY. -- AQUEDUCT RESULTS. ; New g- -t li. IlOW lime. i.::7 kViirtli race, ihe Knalya haudicati, a xix'tenih Athlete woo, Ib--t Toddy xecoud, Crcuaiua third. Time. 1:45 kill b race, mile and a furlong Tommy Waddi-.- l sun. McKi'.trcdgii socoud, ' Lindale third. Time, 1:53. Sixth race, one mile lie rod el us won. Deuce aecoud, Waier bearer third. n'i- and - . Time, LATONIA a Ltaklilaa CalrabMr, is the uniat Important fundamental rule uf arithmetic. In large sivutiutlug departments mutt ml s ri: kinetic i often used to a very large extent, and the one who cannot pertorui that tusk without resorting to figuring (lie long way ou pater has but a small rh.'ince of gaining a worth liuriug. Here la l lie 4-- ios!-tio- u n one-littl- in llgbtnliig mult iplication. you want to multiply 08 by SL U'.rxt. miiltlpiy unit ty uuits. thus: 4 8 are 12. set down the 2 ami carry 1. Multiply tens by units aud ualta by lima, adding the 1 to carry to the third. ttrat product. lien add th two prod are 30 aud 1 ucts together, thus: 45 83 are 24, aud 21 to carry, 21. and aud 24 are 45. act dow u the 5 and carry 4. Now aiultlply Abe teas togetlier aud add the 4 you had is carry, thus: are 40. and 4 makes 44. Bet this amount down in tlie answer, aud you will have the correct resul- t- 4.4T2. 2-- Minnehaha second, Deidea i, Time, .1:41 SMUGGLING OPIUM. Soatiie, Wash., Nov. 8. J. A. Buaca waa arrested hero today by Deputy ' 86 Inited 8 ate Marshal Lathe, charged with' smuggling. Shipments of opium amounting .to 2nd pounds have thus fir 1 a Shot Tower. strsuge eximriunre. said the huntsman. "Aw I aeoruded the spiral stairs id! tbe tower 1 saw shut fslliug, like rain, around we. The abut lower was 2(81 feet high. . At its base there wss a tank of water for Ilia allot faafowu f Slawi. to drop Into. If It fell on tbe eerth, In Blum tbe lighting uf a cigar Indicates a betrothal. lu that country a you know, 11 would be flat Instead of person wishing to become engaged to round. On top of tbe lower was a huge tlie girl of bia choice offers her a flower taller filled with molten lead. The nmnugrr ladled the lead inte a percoe or takes a light from a cigar or If abe liupiiens to have one In lur lator, a kind uf strainer, aad thmiee It cold water 200 month, and thereupon, provided there fell lule tlie rlateru of fvt below. It took It three seconds te la no Iniiedlmeiit, alcps are at once taken to arrange for the payment of tbe falL They made different eigne of shot on tlie tower by using different percodowry. The families of tlie hrido and lators big holes for Mg shot, small a have each to bridegroom provide sum. Iu Calabria, aa hi holes for One shot, awl so ou. Tbe waIn the clsleru hud to be changed many pnrta of Indln, a lighted taper or ter every Utile while. It would have belighted pipe lielokens tbe acecptuiicc of tlie eiiltor for the hand of a Indy In come so but otherwise that It would the shot soft. New Orleans marriage. In Kllwrla It Is tlie custom have kept l. 'that when a suitor baa been liy a girl she presents him with a box They Harris Fell Teres. of cigar aud a pair of sllpiiers aa a Most of the Riautards dislike to fell Ign that he la Io he master In Ihe trees or rut live timber of any sort, bouae. and this fact perhaps accounts fur tbe giant trees of California. The Klan-lanl- s Jiim'i -Psarske two centuries age pushed their One uf the familiar aighta on tlie afreet uf a Japanese (own la (he pan- way through Mexico to California, and, save tbe clearing of paths through tha cake woman, wbe, with her little lira-alof mala and her tiny frying jmu, la dense forests, not a twig did their axes uaually found on a comer not far from chop down. Nor do the Rpaulards a school. Rhe has a bowl full of deli- transplanted to the new averid ever rious tatter, a ladle and a rake turner, destroy timber. They efutluue te build aud there Is apt to ta a hungry crowd their houses of atone and mortar, at around her little stand as soon great expense of money' and physical school Is out, for not many of tlie clill exertion, wlieu ttuitar In abundance dren are abla Io relat tbe smell of the surround them, ont of which they crisp pancakes, at lenat If they have could construct tog liouaee, as did other any motley, for a kniull coin worth pioneers, et a minimum of coat and only a fraction uf one of eiir pennies labor. The Himulard done not even fell a child may fry and turn hla own trees for firewood, hut picks up dead rakes, and happy la the one who lisa a limbs aa they fall to the ground or number of coins In his little kimono pulls them from the trees wlill Ills sleeve and can fry aud eat to hla lariat. London Express. Ip "11 wae a (r(l( been ( raced to him. Bunco carried on hla operation! shite claiming to bo working iu tlw Interest uf the government in eelentlag a band of smugglers which he said he believed were operating ax'.rooi the line at Lyndcn. Customs inspector Hibbard found one uf the trunks containing opium at Bellingham, while It waa on tbs way to Portland, and traced the ownership to Bunee. - Bunee has been prominent in torsi politlea and la worth about 978,060. He waa formerly a deputy sheriff. AMERICAN ARRESTED. cign-rott- hearta content. 001x11 roeresiNiadeaee. A fourth class postmaster-no- d he doesn't live lu Billvlllc- - sent flu fol lowing to headquarters In Washing- ton: "This wll make three times that Ive told you I'm laid up with a had leg, havin' shot myself lu the left leg-th- e one that waa wounded In the war-wh- ile I wua tryln' to kill a squirrel for my breakfast, and 1 will not lie 1 don't fflt much holiday nohow!" Atlanta fVnstitutlnn. Fretland Yard, widely known sa the headquarters of tlie Isnulon jadlce. is a historical place, said to hsrp taen the rile of a palace where kings of Scotland were received when they esiiie lu T.rmdon. It Is nesr tbe bsnqurlitig ball. Whitehall. The Scotch kings retained posKesslon of It from 950 till the ratal lion of William uf Scotland. Milton, Hlr Christopher Wren nnd oiLer uuta-ble- s lived In Rcotlsnd Yard. Wbvt The following adreiiisem-'-nappear ed In a prominent lx'ndou nwspnper: tVsnled. ExpcrW-ncehu'ineox woman as msrirrrc. fliMirwalkrr 'ipivi(mr; not nrv:ir11.v xvpcrixncd l: lialf'lrm's-In- r. hill must b Uudful. rrliablx ai.il bora about Kept. St. ; - Harper" Bcebly. Two Kind of People. There are two great promoters of social hapfitnexs - cheerful people and people who have some reticence. Tlie letter are more aei'iire benefit to society than the former. They arc the of all tbe heals and animosities around them. Weaa laslnaatlea. Ingenue - Aren't you nearly ready to go to the tall? Mias I'assay I haven't made tip my mind to go yet. Miss Ingenue - - Ob, do you httvs to make that up loo? Cleveland Leader. A Miss The Vlelerla Cress. The Intrinsic value uf tbe Victoria rroos. tlie most highly prised decoration in army mid nsry, lg about 14 It waa Instituted by royal lienee. warrant ou Jan. 29, 1H5U, as a reward of gallantry of all ranks, and the first crosses) wna presentation (of alxly-tw- o made by tlie late Queen Victoria lu tier-soon Friday, June SM, 1857. It la In the shape of a Maltese croae aud la made to this day out of luetal from old Russian cannon captured at Bevasto-poRt. James' Gazelte. n L et Half veer a Feead. Know is auld la the nonU of Biclly, where It fetches about a halfpenny a IMimd. It I a government monopoly, and Ihe prince of Palermo derives the greeter part of Ids income from It. The suow. whli-- is gathered on the mountains In felt covered baskets, la widely lionglit in the cities for refrigerating piirpoacK- .- taudou Tit Dlls. new eellaad lord. Bt. Petersburg, Nov. 9. James. M. New York, who la staying trade tmkmlsm In Russia, wa Barreled yesterday during police raid on a James of trades union bureau, and waa held la a police motion for five hmira. He mas released on threatening to appeal to 1 hit American consul. The bureau waa dueed on the ground that It waa a center for revohit ionary agitation. BOMB cM-nse- s ? ent. fhus. Of tbe twenty six barons who s'rned the Mngna t'linrte three wrote their made their names and twenty-thremark. This I nil changed now. Every taron enn write, but only a faw succeed in tusking their mark. e found; Kleff, Nov. 9.A powerful bomb waa found teat nlgld la the cell of a man named' Rudenke, accused of attempting to kill Col. Rplrirdovlch. chief of the aecret police, whose trial waa to begin tod. The bomb waa concealed in the prisoner's mattress and waa Io have been thrown at the judges during the trial. Rudenke haa been translerred to a drumhead court martial. LETTER LIST. Ogden. Utah, Nov. 8. 1906. List of letters ismalnlng In the post-offiat Ogden, I'tah. November 6, 1906, which, II not called for in twe weeks, will be neat to the dead letter office: " Gentlemen'a List Anderson, Arrhte Kelley. Tons Kenyon. Fred . Andrews, A J Jones, Ralph Alvord, C V FVrresl Limooe, cUtg Ismergan, P. H. 1 mthomer. PhlUp 1st Ruse, aCo. Andenwin, R. A. Adamwm, Allen. Via. Avondet, Laid Beldlng, J. L. Brown, Dean 11 Barryrnaa. F.J. Baughm, C. I. Benson, John Boyd, William Brown, John Hake ."J.R.2 letter Bureau of Pen- ion Consulate, R. Cummings. Tho Cannsdv, W. Cramer, A. W. Chambers. D.E. lawivlil, J. B. ' IxMlgbney, Tbot Immb, W. McCoy, M. F. Marriott, Lorenmx. McFadden. J. A. Maxo, J. W, t Macaa, J. MrCaffery, James McGinn, G. F. McClure. (Co. Messenger, A. F, Meyers, Joseph. .- McDonnell, E. Norris, D. R. ' J. O'Neill. Chatham, Jas. II. Patterson, M..J. Peay. Paul L C'llvllle, J. H. Denison. Art Purdy. Ted G. CnMie. F. A. Dyl. I. M. Dodson, Mr. Dupan. Gergen Da we. N. J. Delaney. lhuigtos. Wyn. W. L Killing. Wm. Bad Wag. Kffen. Henry "1 four Hint my husliaud will hresk Everett, Cli.E. down! lie Is suffering from brain ex- Felton, Clayton KoMtcr A Hobwin haustion! How dreadful! What are bis symp- Fltxgurald.Tho-- . toms?" Fletcher, J. U "He latterly keeps repeating himself Grant. Alex lu bis for coming home lute Uuatln, De Forest Uugan, Joliu D. from the cln'i, dar!" Haven, E. De Harris Flank, 2 Whr He Uiabrd. letters Jenks Why on earth did you laavh Harlan. A. B. so heartily at that ancient jest of Micks. J. Wis- e- lu self defense. Jcnks Howard, Jidin R III self defense? Wise Ye: If I Hartoii. J.Wesley hadn't laughed 0. be would have Hxskdt Wm. th thills', thinking I hadn't Haight. Mill seen the point. - Kansas city Independ- Highl. Thermae la a A RESULT. Uinciunnii. Nov. 9. Laionia neaulu: kirst rare, six fartongs Kadoba won. Rt. Noel sec nod. Inspector Girl third. Time. 1:151-9- . afociiud rare, mile and a quartar Itelgerson won. RauctUiu aeooud,. Got4-e- n t$n u rise, third. Tima, 2:091-8Third race, six and a half furionga Miss Alert wou. Pink thar aecoad, Crafiy third. Time, 1.27 kHrnrih race, ateeploehaao, oiubhousa won. Plea second, cours- e- llarii-qulthird. Time, 3:26 Fifth race, six furltmga Adeaao who. Riiuou Kent aecoud. Lay son third. Time, 1:14 Sixth race, our mile Henry Wat-ters- Multiplication 1 uue mils - third iwiuuda " replied tha luilkecl XT i tbi there was a loud icirwi of laughter from tlie younn ariiala. "I. you know bow much 1 would picture?" give you for your ' flow much?" asked the luukeeper. "Three ixaiuds." said kuMlti. "I (one." said lb innkeeper promptly. Aud lii bis auuiseme.ii and amuse incut Mr. Kosnellt found biiuseif tlie owuer ut llic colossal daub. or 9. Summary: furl. in;; Dreamer aerond, Tourenne ix Right won. Valid lea second, Imii '.hird. Time. 1:46. Thli'il race, seen furlongx Molew-- e won. Hesiic'e; Acrobat nil'll'." "Three thousand He -- a-- If" "What price do von set on it?" "More than you can afford." Indeed!" mid Kos-el"Now, Nov. race, Hanuxjrra tb.ej Time. 1:13. Scc.wd ili. never in ml. young man, wLere 1 rk. Fn; won. loos pisi-e- : "Where did you gel lout picture ?" ttian. Mr. Kiteon wss built In England 58 years ago- He was the' principal sculptor of the interior work in the house of W. K, Vanderbilt lu thla the city. Hla other works Include he rid an monument at Arlington, Vs.: North Frlese Soldiers and Bailors' monument arrh at Hartford, Conn., and a portrait, uf Governor Greenhalge In the aiaie house at. Boston. FOR FORGERY xli'-leot- s Times-ltemarra- I ns Angeles. Nv. 9. When the preliminary hearing at Anton Resold, Albuquerque, X. M.. Nov. 9. Unoffi- the alleged Temescal canyon wife cial returns from all of the 25 coun- murderer, wss resinned- this morning, ties of New Mexico give Andrew Mrs. Martha Pickett, whom Be sold is said to have married about a month (Rep.) 960 majority. GERMANY AND VATICAN. after the murder, appeared In the "ALL WELL." court room. When Besold saw her he Rome. Nov. 9. The relations bebeckoned to a reporter and asld: "I tween Germany and tbe Tntlcnn conNov. 9. The wireless admit haring married her and I comBaltimore, rebe to strained. tinue Germany telegraph station here has been in mitted bigamy. She left me to go sents the refusal of the Vatican to dis- constant communication with the bat- with another man. I am guilty of of avow the pastoral letter Mgr. on which President bigamy all right." 1iulsiana tleship writof the archbishop Posen, Is en route to Panama. The Roosevelt In which archthe ten last month. FRIENDS OF SCIENCE. last words received esid. "All well." bishop protests against the German order that children in German Poland NEGRO LYNCHED. Moscow, Nov. 9. A large number of be given their religious teaching in students In this city have formed a German. Valdosta. Gs. Nov. 9. A negro society styled the Friends of Science, prisoner, charged with asault upon the members of which bind themFORMALDEHYDE IN MILK. Miss G rambling, a young white womselves together to join no political an. waa lynched at Madison. Fla., last party so long as they remqin students. Pittsburg, Nov. 7. Representatives night after having been forcibly rePURCHASE OF SILVER. of the Pullman Car company waived moved from the Jail hearings today in the suits brought HAWAIIAN BAND. by the state pure food agents alleging Washington. Nov. 9. The director the use of formaldehyde In the milk of the mint todav purchased 100.060 Honolulu. Nov. 9. A popular sub- ounces of silver for delivery at Denserved tu passengers on Pullman cam. Tbe eases will come up for trial at scription is being made for tbe pur- ver at 71.827 cents per fine ounce. the December term of court. Similar pose of prov iding funds to bring home STARVING MEN SUCCORED. hearings In sixteen rases at Greens-bitr- the Hawaiian band, which met with and seven at Bearer Falls were financial reverses in its tour of the Iso waived. United States. New York, Nov. 9. Five starving It is believed that the real name of the Ran Francisco prisoner Is John Slemsen. whose father was a wealthy planter on the island of Hilo. sad aiertlas. Tbe terms euuiugiuu and iuteetion Sic too often Uithough they are by no tueaux synony- - Norfolk. Neb., Nov. 9. Judge J. F. Boyd I Hep. I is elected to congress In the Third district by 296 votes, according to complete official returns. The Democrats lave claimed tlie election of Dr. G. T. Graves until today. . nl d oentl-ience- luui-beo- i liiiu-iu-ei- lin county rlrrult court an injunction directed against Bute Insurance ComChicago, Nov. 9. Corporation Counsel today announced that he missioner Prewitt, restraining him would In si abort time begin proceed- from revoking the company's license ings to collect city taxes on the sur- to do business In the Kentucky Held. The notice of Injunction wan served plus of 125.000.000 of the Pullman company. He said that tbe company will on the eommisslnrer today. Commislie asked to par the tax on the ground sioner Prewitt, hnsever, stated that that the fund- Is held as a trust. the license was revoked last night. BOYD ELECTED. August Dicier, a prominent planter, denied today that John Slemsen. who Is In custody at San Francisco, and who has confessed to having committed several murders and robberies in that city, is his son, ns has been reported and claimed by Honolulu, Nor. 9. Slemsen. la eonnection with our staple and fancy groceries, ' we have tbe following good eatables to offer, which la nice smoked salmon. Jeaaeo Brand Ood Flab, Pint Claaa Holland Herring, Urtra Choice Smoked Bloaters, Prof. Brama Celebrated Sour Kraut, Swedleh Health Bread, which alda dlgeatkm and makea you fool good and strong.. Try iilwuy-ra- il in- .ixlwipUMi ef United States is Fs,-- Bsr.ind Other Countries in the Establishment of Scientific Banking System 0 barlsm. GROCERIES Is ( uuarrM. from their uf I. ;.) ul. ie tun. in. : ic ihcin to m tiie ini.g'i-xa rcxi.iiiruiit. the aier.iue privilege higlily irii-i- l Oiuv s uvimi r uf women eu'l-eU;'i:i S wexiuv io;rexiiiiin Nii-liuiy mill. ;1 to have ami wih li.ni. w lii.-i- il.ry Mini w hen sealed pro g'.Kliij ii. i eeedeii io order a wiitisisnlial 1'liOilUh for iluy lJhorei-When (be elieeh for ihe luuelteoii was bunded to tbe eoiigrexaiUina and lie luiiulisi a bill for the uuio'iut to tile u liner, one of tbe Women remit! ked thai xhe I bought dul nnl bait- - io pay for ltieir meal there or she would noi have 'Ordered so nun h. The says tbe iiarraler. explained thjt paying for luneheou wax one ef Ihe pleu-sprivto ilm ilege wliieb were si.ii eougrexxiueu ly an indulgent govern uient aul iliac ii was one iibn-- they And exeeiall,r enjoyed help us enjoy it, too," be added - Baltimore Auierieuu. TIME HAS COME FOR AN ELASTIC RAISED SIGNALS NOT UNDERSTOOD Tst-eat lit Word. w:.- - .i of art When Iu--i- li l.r one day lihj.J'Cie-i- l I go w ,l.l xo,.,e to lijiend of l.eu don Iheri- ut a wl toll l:c runiHs o'i tlie tvari-.'si' i;. w.:i Af'er lauchir.i. at it fm- xo:.ie I. LlC rilld tbits prolokillg t.'le ililiiPo' ers wrath tin follow :.ig inuvrrsuiiuu . l.siii-bl- s vi-'l- i-r (Continued from Page One) FANCY CASH the .iiM'ij in.' luii-b-in- n. Ynur t(f - s pu.si-deutla- The more you took at tha elaaa of laundry work turnad out by thla establishment tha more certain we are that you will continue to favor u with your orders, for our prleea are well within the reach of everyone. Aak for our new rataa on family waahing. They will internet you. :h-- 3 :.-.- district Yew York. Not 9 - It. (;. p.m weekly rctlew of trade tomorrow will Wholesale and Ratail by i l!itu. w iTl . BE -- GOODS : ll'ic-lil-- g 'A '...c.i;j . PANAMA THAT WERE SPOkTING Sco'iKlI V iihi, BATTLESHIP PkOLDFIT i( a !! ,u Business Experiences Interruption During Election Week Confidence Apparent Since Election. sat nil lli Um.i ON DUN KM ROOSEVELT IS TRADE REVIEW II i. tiYEMr.i:i: .MORNING, , . . W. VT. RuprigbLYYaiter V Richard. Hampton, AY4n Rmiff. Willis Rubinson, lMNirov Shoemaker, Frank P. Hhot-well- E. ' Schen, Henry Sternberg. Jos Ryme, J. A. Sandier, J. I. Tlnsman. John Troaeth. Rafel Van .Vny. tYn H. Van JljohhulJxeu, Paul Williams, Joyce' Williams, Joseph Wilson. W. M. Wilcox. Waller AVetnell. J. P. WYleon. J. F. Wald,. Harry William, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. Dave Herrick. L. Watkins, Edward Ingrain. Earl It. Jones. Waller Winter. Burdette Jackson, Fred Young, R. R. Box 67 Johnson. A. Kina, Walter G Bojio. Jus., paper Ladies' Uat. JaLaurence, Mrs. BerLrli, Mrs. Maxie m't. Ulchell. Muriel tamurdanx, Mrs. Monroe.Mrs.Eilcn Brush. Mix. Ks- thei Oxborne. Mra.GT. Brown. .Mrs. Cora Proctor, MivJ.C. Gertrude Riddle, !Qss Sadia CiiiKon. Mix Ag- - Riley. Miss Hattie r.e Rossherg. Emma Cronin. Mrs. Uly Rice. Miss Dollie C:iriati. Miss Agnedtvel, Miss May D'dipc. Miss HazelSmoot. Mrs. Laura Eagietnn. ora Thatcher, talu Fry. Miss Grace Wooley.MrsH.S. Garlinghouse.Mr. WhItehed,Mr.J.U J. B. V.Mams, Miss Gratr.e. Mix. May mate In proportion to populati-m- . TtIhmpIi f AH. drinking i more common in those 'MIm hr new l'eirhlcy parts of South America where tlie I know you won't like It. Miss plant grows tbau tea drinking in the halt Tartun- - But I do. dear. I never saw tea districts of China. anything more artistic than that arrangement of the flowers. It hide the shape of it beautifully. 'hlengo Tribrtgara Before Breakfast. The proper time to test a cluar or une. Stogy is In tha umruing tiefore breakJest Like the I.IMIe telex. fast," asld a tobacconist. Naturally, Teerher How ninny commandments early tnoming smoking is not healthy, teachbut It Is very discriminating. Try it are there. Sally? Fally-ITea- ve. Amanda Wst. Miss Ms- by smoking sample of your favorite er, ten. Teecher Kuppoe you were to Miss 1. belle Harris, a break commandment. Iinprex!va brands In tliaarly morning and you John.Mrs.Mary A. Young. Mrs. Mario can depend npnn your judgment" pause.) Bully Then tbere'd l nine. Junes. E. C. Fuuch. Fitts burg Irexx. WM. GLABMANN, P. M.