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T11K 8 EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL P.OOM rebuilt. T. D. JOHNSON AND COMMITTEEMEN TENDER RESIGNATIONS. CONVENTION TO BE HELD HERE IN JANUARY. Said ta Be Preliminary Steps for ganisation of American Party in Weber County. Wjll Be One of the Largest Meetings of Pedagogues in the Or- rela-tfve- . to-wi-t: . dle-tri- -- at High School, ber 24th. "M. A. BREEDEN. ' Attorney General." Novem- There will be civil service examinations In this city at the high school, Noe. 24. for the position of laboratory assistant in the bureau of standards, at 81,(K)0 per annum. Applicants must be qualified in practical optic. Here fct a good illustration of why the government has such a strenuous time of it in securing skilled service in the sciences. In thin present Instance. the candidate must be skilled In glass blowing: must be wen posted In the construction and designing of all sorts of vacuum tubes, gins measuring apparatus, and the most Intricate physical and chemical apparatus. and yet. all the compensation offered is $1,000 a year. There will be examinations also, Dec. a. for the position of Arboriculturist in land agriculture (man), department of agriculture, with salary at $2 Obit; also, for (he position of plate printer, bureau of engraving and printing. MADE GENERAL MANAGER John Q. Crltchlow to Be Head Man for Utah Implement Co. it was announced yesterday in Lake City as a fact that John Crltchlow'. former manager of Utah Association uf Credit Men. DAM Contract Awrarded to Wheelwright Construction Company. Q. Hip will take active charge Monday next as general manager of the Utah implement company. The petition for n receiver hy cerinln of the stockholders has been laid over until Wednesday, and In the meantime a cumpromlae is being efferied whereby the suit will lie dismissed. Mr. Critrhlow is given this important position because of his valuable experience In settlement, uf corporation and ImsIneM difficulties generally, for which lie seems to have a special genius, as well aa his long experience as a business man. FREICHTTIED-U- TEATON VALLEY Balt P FREIGHT.. N.. N.. X ..X Local Wholesaler Hae Csr of Goode on Road Days. Fifty-fiv- e MORNING, XOYEMEREi: 11, and officers. ,,H trt vamg UM. renter hi arms and aa a cuiiaequeuce no one has a weapun except his men COLLISION of The following sic the the player and standing of the teams in the Commercial howling league for the past two weeks: att-rag- State. The ci liens of Ogden are taking preliminary steps for making extensive preparations for the enterialn-men- : of the teachers of Utah, who at tend the Bute Teacher' convention i ? be held In Ogden, next January. The convention held in Balt Lake Ciiy last January wag the largest meeting in the history uf the state and it is :o he hoped that the meetiug here will be much larger. Superintendent Allioou of ihe Ogden city school, wlih conimliieen from the teachers, is busily engaged in making preparations for the teachers eonveu Hon to be held in this city tbe week beginning Jauutry 1st, at the High school building. Mr. Allison stated last evening that, indications are the coming conwntiuu will be the largest aver held in Utah and one of the most interesting and instructive. The reports received frum ail part of the state Indicate that greet Intereat i being taken In the meeting. Most of the trustees are arranging tar the teachers in their Vespectlve districts to attend, allowing part pay ia some Instance and others full pay to help defray their traveling and hotel expenses. Many of the trustees Till also he in attend- decision of the Kaunas Supreme today in the case of that TWELVE INDICTED. Employes Indicted for Officers and m Averages in Cemmerc TEACHERS Eugene Troughber. formerly f the editorial staff uf the Salt Loi'ke Tribune, paaaed through Ogden veMerday afternoon fur Goldfield. Xev., wheie VVber county Demuriacy received he goea to aocept a position on the another surprise laic yesterday afier-iX- ) Uuldlield Tribune. onby the withdrawal of many of tbe county committeemen from the WHEAT (1.10 PER 100 POUND After the resignation of The beat and c he apart of hay at organisation. T. 1. Johnson aa rhaliuiun was acGrout, 852 24th St. Both phone. cepted Secretary Smith encouraged ad members to stay on the committee and Mi. E..T. Pitch, wife uf the tele- commence work ai ouce to perfect a graph editor of the Examiner, arrived purin Ogden yesterday from Minnesota, thorough organisation, but to no pose. The following members tendervia Pocatelki. where she v tailed in the ed their reulgnauon order for a abort while. named: W. IV. Bruwulng, George Ward is w. W. H laiuder, C. C. Wilson. The funeral oer Uie body of Roy Orville Atwuud, David C. Hhupe, J. A. Lyman will lie held from Richey ' funand J. C. Humor, after which eral ehapel today at 2 p. m. Her. Hi. Stephens 8mlUi tendered hli resignation Carver will officiate. The Spanish 8. 8. s vice chairman and secretary. All American war veteran are requested resignations were accepted. to attend in a body. Before these roolgnattona sere all a mutton was made by P. M. tendered commitMurafnrd uf Judge Murray ted two girla to the State indtiatrial Folkman. and carried by a viva voce school yeaterday. The girla are vote, that we elect a uew chairman tbe Rhoda Brash. aged 14 years, and Vio- and begin at mice to organise for let G. Preston, aged 15 years. Both of next campaign. The remaining memthem have been wards of the court bers of the committee are aa follows: Ogden (Tty Second ward. C. D. Tyfur aume time and have violated the terms of their probation and hence ne; Third ward, 8am Thomas. Country precincts Huntavile, Carl were committed to the Industrial K. Peterson and A I hern A. Allen: srhit. They were brought to Ogden Eden, C. J. Liberty. J. H. Jensen; White. Sheriff by Deputy Parley Brown: View, Edward Shaw; Farr Division Superintendent Usnsnn of West, Moroni Chugg; Plain 1iy, P. M. the Balt lake dlrlrion of the South Fblknion and George P. Wealheraton ; era Pari lie, arrived today from a bus- Rlaterville, J. J. Hutchins: Harriots. F. II. iness and pleasure .trip to Oakland, Caleb Parry: West Welter. Wright; Warren, oeeph F. East; UinCalif. tah. Henry Gamer: Roy, Martin ttlver-dale- , H. P. Cryat, chief clerk in Division Brown; Wilaon, M. F. Moore; C. Parker. Ten of Edward the Superintendent Alam.'ma office, has alone named committeemen were not gone to Pocatello, his former home, to arrange for the transportation of his present' at the meeting. household goods to this city. MUST NOT CHANCE COURSE Electricians are engaged today is rewiring the union depot ofllrns upstair. The old wiring has been in Attorney General Breeden to the County Superintendents, force for some time and the rewiring will result in a material improvement In reply to a request by Stale SuperIn the lighting system. intendent of Public Instruction Kelson, as to the right of county superintendJoseph Coates, a young man for- ents of schools to change the course uf merly well known In this rlty, died education. Attorney General Breeden Friday at Blackfoot, Idaho. Alma Lar- baa given out. the following opinion: kin of liSrkln A Sons, undertaker, "Hon. A. C. Nelson, Btate Superinleft for Idaho to bring the body to Ogtendent. etc.. Bah Lake City, Utah. den. Dear Sir: You submit for my offiCharles Whitehead, formerly with cial opinion the following quest Urns, Sbuit's orchestra, left last night for According to law has a boar J Spokane, Washington, to join one uf of "First education of a county school the leading theater orchestral of that of tbe first class In (bis state aucity. thority at the present time to deterDr. John I Brown of Denver, Coio., mine what matter may bs prescribed Is Thiiini the Rev. David W. Crane In a course of study fur Its achoole? "Second Has such a btiard of educaand will occupy the pulpit of the First tion the aulkority to appoint a school 1. E. church this morning. supervisor and to allow the school suThe funeral services over the body pervisor discretionary power with refof Raymond M. Wilde were held from erence to the prescribing of a course for the achoola of the district? the family residence, 386 Patterson of study In reply to these quepliont I beg to avenue, yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock. Rev. Horace P. Blood and direct your1 attention to chapter 107, Prof. J. A. Smith were the speakers. session laws of 1805. which changes the The music was furnished by members old county public school system outside of the Baptist church choir. The in- of eitlae of the first and second classes In cerialn material respects and creterment was in the city cemetery. ates g new system. Becfkm II of The Commercial National bank will this chapter provides that the board close at 3 p. m. Monday on account of education created by this net ahull, nt Its ttrst meeting In June. 1807, apof the funeral of Mr. Guthrie. point s superintendent of schools, who The Singer Sewing Machine com- shall, qualify and assume the duties nfflne on July 1, 1807, and further pany have moved Into their new store his the provlsluns of this section the at 8388 Washington avenue, which Is by la rethe same location as they had before present rounty superintendent tained In office until July 1. 1807. with the Are. , and dutlea. all his former pus-erH. Spencer returned yesterday af- among which are that he shall advise ternoon from a business trip In Orville, and direct the teacher In regard lo other he instruction, classification, governCalifornia, and a number of discipline of ihe school and places on the llnu of the Western Pa- ment and the course of study. Withprescribe cific. out further discussion of tbs subject, you are advised that I must deride both of your question in the nega CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS tlve. I am, very truly, Will Be Held SUNDAY UTAH, BSWLIliC AVERACES STATE FOR HAS SECOND SURPRISE The steeple on the First Congres tonal church will be turn rtosn ami OGDEN. DEMOCRACY PREPARING Ne. II Independent Phene Sell 'Phene, two ringe Ne. 66 BUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Phone ...... .No. M No. 5S Bell Phone, one ring 1 EXAMINER: MUIOIXG Peonage. IN CALIFORNIA. San Cl., Nov. It). lu a rear-encollision between Bait Lake freight No. 232 and Bantu Ke freight No. St), eastbound. two miles south of Ytoturrtlle, 1. B. Gould of Van Wirt. Ia.. a brakeinan of tbe Bsuta Fe. was killed. The Banta Fe train hud reached a point two mile south of Victorville when the engine broke down. A flagman was sent !ack to warn the Salt Lake train, but it was coming with uuch speed as o make a quick The big euglne of atop Impossible. the Balt Lake road plowed Into the rear of the Santa Fe caboose, the impact crushing Gould, who was working on the engine. The body was brought to this city on the California limited. The Bantu Fe crew saved A caboose themselves by jumping. and four cars' were wrecked. FIVE YOUNG MEN ARRESTED. Pensacola, Fla.. Nov. lo. Twelve and employes uf the Jackson Lumber company of Luckbail. Ala., sere indicted by the United States grand Jury here lonighi for peonage and conspiracy to commit peonage. Three caaes iif peonage are charged against tome of the employes, it being alleged they went into Walton county. Fla., and fixvfbly brought, back to the lumber camp foreigners who had left the employ of the company and who were endeavoring to reach .the town. Beating and ill treatment are charged in the indict ineni. The offenses are alleged to have occurred last July. W. 8. Harlan, manager of the company, was indicted on two counts of conspiracy to commit peonage, and Robert Gallagher, who l foreman, was Indicted on two eounta of alleged peonage and une for conspiracy. Six of the men were held under bond for trial, which is to be commenced next week. The other six are yet to be arrested. New Orleans, Nov. 16. Bank swindling amounting to many thousand of dollar ia under IniesligaUun by LITERARY CELEBRATION. the police, who today arrested five young men as suspicious characters pending the completion uf the investi- Nearly 250 Men Eminent in Literary Life Celebrate With Alden. gation. It waa announced that $20,000 was recently stolen from tnks, and the famous New York, Nov. lit.-- In that a 47. (kk) steal had been frustrated during the past fear days. This old Harper publishing house in Frankamount was deposited by an alleged lin square tonight nearly 250 men forged check with the Commercial and women prominent in American German Trust and 8alnga hank, literary life celebrated with Henry which dlaci ivered the forgery before Mil! Alden. for thirty-seveyears the depoali had been drawn aaainst. editor f Harper's Monthly, for the IMebel. of are birth. his Those arrested Frederick seventieth anniversary Jr.. John J. Flanagan, John Barrett, During the dinner letters uf congratuLouin Armour and oaeph Porter. With lation from President Roosevelt and the exception of Dei he 1 and Flanagan Samuel L. Clemen were read. Mr. the prisoners were released tonight. Clemens said in part: Alden, Dear and Ancient Friend You have H is a solemn moment. DR. SAVAGES HEALTH. reached the years of discretion. You Cleveland. O., Nov. 10. Announce- have been a long time arriving. How ment waa made today by Dr. Minot J. often we recall with regret that once shot at a magasine editor Savage, the eminent clergyman of New York, that hy reason of the unand missed him and killed the pubsettled condition of his health he nos lisher. But we remember with char been placed in a private sanitarium ity that his intention were good. You for treatment. Dr. Savage resigned will reform now, Alden. last February as pastor of the Church of Messiah. New York, and went in RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. California, where he remained for several months, hut bis health showWaahinglon, Nov. 10. Representaing no improvement there, he re- tive Burton, chairman of the river turned here. end harbor committee of the house, has called a meeting to be held on MOTHERS' CONGRESS. November Hi. It is the purpose at the committee to complete a river aud 10. FredMrs. Nov. Philadelphia, harbor bill in time to introduce It beerick 8c huff, president of the National fore the next congress. The plans of tosnuouuced of Mothers, Congress the leaders are for a bill carrying day that the National Congress of about $50,000.1)00 or fSO.OOO.OtiO. about of mothwill the have charge Mother twirthlrde of which will be in the ers' building at the Jamestown expo- form uf authorization for improveannual sition. The tenth meeting ments for wldrh appropriations will in will be held lots Angeles in June, be made for a part of the work. 1908. rt Watson. against in July, lbitf. congress t0 the Union Pacific Railroad grh;:ij cun.p.u ' southern branch, now ihe Misn.Jri Kansas A Texas Raliaay cmuju'.iy. a 20U feet wiuc Hum F.,r Riiev t, the south line uf the iate. Afterward patents were issued u ,r vate persona for land through wmcti the railroad runs without, excepting These person han the right-of-aaas being onL treated the HH) feet wide and in atom cases vs: uable improvements have been eraced on the outer fifty feet on each aide which have been occupied and used without disturbance fur many tears. The railroad company brought suit to oust these occupant and the court decides in it favor. The land affected hy tbe decision lie ia Geary, Morris. Lyon. Coffey. Woodson. Alien, Neuaho'and Labene counties. The opinion was written by Justin Burch, who said the case mut final: preme court as an act of congress i involved. From former decisions f the higher court Justice Hurcb huh: that the grant to the mllnih,! took effect on i immediately of tbe act and that the persona who bought land adjoining the railroad property took their titles subject to the company's right. Thi la booed on the fact that the official of the land department could nut patents to persona which would alios the purchased a title to thu land which already bod been given lo the railroads. c.M rail, right-of-aa- righi-cf-wa- y e n ance. The committee having the arranging of the program state that tbe une being prepared will provide for all who attend ample Instruction on the most topics In education. Hume of the most able educators of the state and from other states will he present to addreis the meeting on various subjects that will help to advance the public school, which to ranking day are acknowledged a among the best In the Union. Arrangements ere being made with the hotel people of Ogden for low rates, and the railroads are gulng to give good rates, which will help to swell e the number in attendance. There are over 1.8u0 achool teachers employed in the State of Utah, ami if 75 per cent of that number attend PICTURES the convention, it will make a largl gathering of iaalrugion. The people Anof Ogden take great Interest In the Manager Grant Saw Them In Lee gelas end Beys They Are Fine. coming event and will do their part to make It a thorough success. n In speaking of the pic turea, which are lo be exhibited at the Grand Opera house next WednesSCRIBES LOSE day and Thursday evenings. Manager Grant says that he had tbe pleasure Out ef Team Two Burton Wins The of seeing them hi Los Angeles recentThree Games. ly and that they are the best he aa ever seen. The usual blur and flickerIn a gome that commenced well and accompanying moving pictures la ended miserably, the Berthes were de- ing done away with, and after une sees feated hy the Burton team last night. the foul blow delivered in the d Two out of three games were lost. A no argument lefl there round is usual the Scribes spurted In the lost aa to the intent of. the Battler in trying game and established a lead, hut to lay out the colored man. throughout the game wee marked by low playing. THE PECEMAKER Driggs of the Scribe rolled Hi highest score in the first genie. The total averages of both teams were Considered One ef the Best Plays of the At present the teams of the week. Besson A Bright Comedy. longue are about equal lu percentage and some spirited game are expectTiie Peacemaker will be the bill at ed to occur before te season In ended. Utahna Theater tills evening, preoent-eTotal. Scribes company, by the Utahna Block opening for the coming week. This la considered one f the best plays of the present season, full of el anting situations and bright comedy.. It will he given with an enlarged cast, as four members of the Balt Lake company have been added for the production. AsHlstant Manager R. P. Herrick, who has charge of the theater programs for the Grand and Utahna. has Issued attractive prognuna for both houses, which are the beet iseued by either house. CANS-NELSO- N llans-Nelso- Washington, Nov. 10. An Investigation of the business methods of the tobacoc trust will be taken by the department of Justice. F. N. Hill of Boston waa today appointed as special attorney to make Hie inquiry. The uflluiale of the department will not (11m cuss the matter, but it la believed that a prosecution under the l lew Is In view. Sherman antl-true- forty-secon- MASQUERADE BALL The management of the emigres to Dancing Academy have decided give a Masquerade Ball at the academy next Thursday right, November 15th. Representatives ef the New Orde No expense will he spared to make Visit Ogden. . this one of the most successful events of the season. Twenty dollar In rash a George E. Rock, who Is making prizes will he given and an enlarged lour of the United Btate on a bicycle orchestra used for the occasion. In the Interest of the Mystic Success RIOTING AT RIO GRANDE. club, an orgaulxxtlon similar to Chit tlan Bclence. arrived In the cliy yesAustin. Trx., Nor. 10. According to terday afternoon. He I making the etuirj trip on a blcyrle and iiHlatnlng a dispatch received tonight by Gohimself by repairing sewing murhine. vernor I jvthom from Capt. McDonald of Rock lert Fori Edward. New York. the ranger force, rioting is quiet at 1Ht April ami went to Vermont for Rio Grande City. The troops that, short time pnd later rernwsed tbe lake were ordered there are expected toat PlalUbnrg and continlng the trip night. The last twenty miles of the lie Staten that the M.vkiIc Suc- trip Is overland. wi'. club wn cess organized about six Pending their arrival Capt. McDonyears ago and claim that through it ald has telegraphed to the governor he has leen cured of rheumatism, his that he hs forced everyone to sur- eyesight was fsillng and that was also cured, and that he was and the 'hair wax restored Rock, who ssys he is 52 yciirs uf age. has been a student of Uie new faith euro for a rear. He claim that wa made at Carter. Wyoming, through a suggestion of his. short stay In Ogden hi- will After continue on to Han Fran cisco and to towns. the other MYSTIC SUCCESS CLUB TO BE HANGED. Greensboro, Nov. 10. Henry Walker, who entered the residence of Col. Grant Holt Tuesday night and shot him through the head, waa today convicted of burglary and sentenced to be hanged December 6. Col. Holt will The quick trial probably recover. probably averted a lynching. LIPTON IN A WRECK. Bridgeport, Conn.. Nov. 10. An automobile containing Sir Thomas Upton, Wilaon Marshall, shone gueat Blr Thomas was. and two others, waa wrecked yesterday by the breaking of the front axle Juat after the party had started on a trip. All eacaited Injury. SEA ROUTE TO BERING STRAIT. Uinrion. Nov. Cnbling from St. Petersburg, the correupondeut of the Dally Telegraph sayathe RuMlan of marine is considering the desirability of organising an expedition for the discover? of a sea route to Bering straight through the Arctic. min-ixtr- A PYTHIAN Chicago, Nov. 10. The Illinois gmnd lodge, Knights of Pythias, which is annual conHolding Its thirty-sevent- STRIKE BREAKERS BEATEN. RIOT. Norfolk. Va., Nov. in. The Buck-ne- ll Virginia polytechnic institute t xitball game here todsy broke up in a riot. The police were forced to draw their revolvers to save Referee Buter from a crowd uf Virginia Polytechnic institute student and friend. the by Pope. KILLED HIS WIFE. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o NOTHING DOING. n n LET J. S. LEWIS MAKE YOUR GLASSES DbNT NEED THE GLABBEB WE DONT NEED YOUR MONEY. IF YOU m very few people Inquire about glaases until they are actually compelled to. if you need them, you know it already, and lr'a fear ef ridicule, or the bother that makes you put it off. OWEVKR PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES GIVE YOU LESS THAN YOUR COLLAR OR NECKTIE. TROUBLE E HA YE the opinioua of many persons in ihis community, to whom we have glren ease and satisfaction, when others have felled. Your opinion will doubtless coincide with theirs if we can only persuade you to give ua a trial. Examinations are free. (& COMPANY J. S. LEWIS and Jewelers Opticians AT THE BIG CLOCK, WASHINGTON AVENUE. d . Hg reat Overstock Sale of cui duvs ago a carload of ATTRACTS ATTENTION The Wheelwright ('until ruction com- candles consigned to a local wholeY. RK-X. On ester. left pany has awarded tlir com. art for the sale house, in the Coming Bout Between building of a cement uam in the Teton October 15 the car was heard from at Interest Hyland anjd Thompson. valley. Idaho. In the contract are in- Pueblo, but since that time nothing volved $19.U0 tin some sliilfiil woi k has been heard from it. regardless of All nier ihe country Hie ruining Hie fact that many tracers hare lieeii conmust he done in order to sent after If. This is one esse of a Ifiml Thuinpon boxing contest a1 'hr struct the dam. . i Itiib. a left fur Hip north hundred where the wholesalers and Grand Opera huttn-Men and sri ru r:iug the attention both of fans last night. Work will commence im- merchants are tllsapulnled on aecn-.itthe failure to receive good It goes and of figh'ers. mediately so that Hie wa'er held hack of Hcxandr r Uni!!, promoter uT ilie cumlirion of hy the concrete wall during the spring to show the congested I giii. has received letters Morris freight on the railroad. niny lie used for irrigation purpose and from Alike Bcbrer-k- . Tliomp-o- n during the summer. A large tract of in which the former challenge the land will be directly fed hy the dam. INDOOR BASEBALL s'innet uf the hum. and In which ihe which sill Increase the value of land latter asks Grant, flin-ugHilly H throughout the valley. Lobsters Organize a Team for the gan. to arrange a match for him. Hchreck Is Winter. heavy eight an i une of Hu- BANKS WILL CLOSE good one A number of former (ipieii 1m Morris Thompson ia uo relation of In Heat-lbeen run have men. not long ag who 'Cyclone." Out of Respect of the Late John W. with the national game in Utah in the he hard battle with Charley a fuughi Guthrie. . i Morris bat a g)d record and spending the past, and who are to prore a drawing curd. winter here, organised an indoor basen.r:ermon ball team yesterday with Bchrcrk i now in Chicago looking for The hanks of tbe city will close , afternoon at 2 oclock to en- the following membet: Dad'' a isiui. able tbe officers and employes to at- Clark. "Father" Gniiliii. Jack Henry. Si'vr, known all over the tend the funeral of John W. Guthrie, Rig Blip Hansen. IV.iuh. IVessier. csiRtry at a referee, wired Grant today the late president of the Commercial Blexrnd. Hopkins and Mortenson. hat If cslied upon, he would art ax Xai.RmaI bank. Tbe follow-lnare the built. referee uf ihe I If you w.ml he be! in pl'ililtnz If Jim William, of Bail Luke, doe banka: First National, Ogden 8taie. H Utah National. Ptngree National and and hindlng sec be K IV l!:i i i ot take the Joh. Siler will probably Coiumeitfal National. i" told to coma hi r and oOl at. Teut; :!)lrti. h reailv-to-wen- y .Vm-ninc- h a-- Cat-ey- Hyland-Thotnpao- Tin Illicit tv ii nl hpwi of tlio fall sPHwin anil imr tmnoiiilniiH imutIhisp for flip enlarged department of litiK tvKiilit .1 in our having on limifl toiluv it We iiniMt reduce thin stock greul overstock of Htrlish lit once - mi waiting for eoliler wetitlier. Tliiie New ork liianufaitureis pent up their suiuplcft of luiliep' uml children's routs, ami of course Hllnwetl in a lihcrnl discount for cash. Tills uiiiioiinciMiieut is nil thill will he necessary to divert Ihe strejini or furor in their diivc-lion- . for such values ns follow are and will not fail to interest auy woman iu necil of u new winter coat. Whoever expi'iied lo see such vsiues at Ihe very beginning of Novinlier? r. rendy-lo-tvea- r. 1 f-- Ready-to-We- ar Coats, Suits, Skirts and Furs Fifty-fiv- e se1f-iloiue- I O New York. No. 10. Three strike o o breakers employed by the New TransO Norfolk, Va., Nov. 10. The O whose chauffeurs O wireless telegraph station at O portation company, have town out for some days, were at- O Cape Henry at 8 o'clock this O a men crowd of tacked by at Forty-sixt- h O morning was in touch with the O street and Eighth last night and O battleship Ixmlslana bearing O beaten so that they had to be taken O President Roosevelt end party O lo a hospital. O fa the Isthmus of Panama. The O O u iterator on the Tjou!!una re- - O RAILROADS WIN BIG 8UIT IN O ported "Nothing doing, mean- - O KANSAS. O ing that all was well on the O O whip and that President Roose- - O Topeka. Kan., Nov. 10. -- Thousands O velt bad no message to send O of acre uf the most, valuable farm O at that time. Tbe uperator did O land In Kansas, together with a large O not give the exact location of O amount of lend located in towns and O the Louisiana. O O cities of tbe state, Is given to the Mis- O Texas Railway by a OOOOOOOOOOOOOO souri, Kansas It a FOOTBALL Under Rome, Nov. 10. Archbishop J. J. Harty, of Manila, who ha just returned here from the Philippine islands, In conversing with high dignitaries of the church, gave the diui. satisfactory aocounte of the situation in the Philippines, where the Aglipay-schisIs said to be dying out, being more of a polttcal than a religion nature. The archbishop asid that the division of the money derived from the purchase of the Frtsr lands by ih United States, aa established by the Vatican, pleased the Filipino and the Vatican la now investigating the needi of each Philippine diocese in order to fix their respective yearly portion. Archbishop Harty Is awaiting the a rival of hia secretary. Father J. J. (lhauaa. rector of tbe cathedral of Manila. who landed at Barcelona indisposed and who 1 expected here in te days. After Father Chausa's arrival tn Rome. Archbishop Harty will he O 0 h board of vention here, Instructed trustees yesterday lo proceed Immediately with the erection of a 1150.001) Pythian home at Decatur. III., for old pcoplr and orphans. Decatur donated 825,000 and eixty acres of land for the iDHtltiitlon. Church ie Gaining Strength New Conditions. NAMED. v HOME. IN PHILIPPINES. Harrisburg. Pa., Nov. 10. Jocoli Btehman, a boilermaker employed ai the Pennsylvania Steel works at Steel Shreveport, Nov. 10. On petition of ton, near here, shot end kilted hi creditors. Federal Judge Boardman wife in the crowded Broad street marappointed Wm. Winter of Shreveport ket today. Btehman and hia wir-- i receiver of the Monroe lumber comhave been living apart. Btehman topany of Monroe, La., one of the largest day, after falling to persuade bis wife concerns of Ihe kind in the South, hav- to return to him, shot her. ing a capital of one million dollars. RECEIVER THE TOBACCO TRUST. CATHOLICS A Big Purchase of Furs To be sold :tf especially low prices. Tin coni inned mild wiu1her made the fur maniifaclurprs' season shorterfhiff year, ami wi found several who were anxious to wll their stocks at a sacrifice. Thesi we bougltl, and Monday will Itogin a MMisatioiml sale of furs.