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TOE 8 EX A MINE It MOUSING CTAJI, OGDEN', TKIDAY MOENING, DISASTROUS WRECK OF A Fifty Years the Standard RUNAWAY FREIGHT TRAIN NOYEMEEK 16, ALL READY ERIE AGENT IN THE FOR THE CONTEST Freight Train Strikes Lone Engine S anding Over Ash Pit One Man Killed and Six Seriously Injured Engineer Frank Losee Fatally Wounded. BOUT TAKES PLACE TONIGHT. Large Attendance Insured by Fens from Salt Lake. Pocatello and Evanston. Very Dead. I'nkuowu Italian. Fatally Injured. Frank 8 Loaee. engineer, skull fractuied; will probably die. I'nkuown Italian, broken hip and ami aud internal Injuries; will proba-iddie Inkuowu Italian, fractured skull aud broken ami awl leg: will probably die. A Cream of Tartar Powder Injurs d. R. IV. Nescoutb, fireman, broken arm and slight lnjutrea to bead. Y. J. Conner. head wounded, left arm broken and slight internal in- Made From Grapes NO ALUM EDITORIAL ROOMS Ne. SI No. Si Independent 'Phone 'Phone, two rlnge BUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Pnone Bell 'Phone, one ring Veil the court. The supreme conn now holds that the lower court erred tn sustaining the juries. demurrer aa the complaint waa speJohn lie Bauno, biaktman. cific enough when It staled the amount on both houses The In a disastrous wreck, which ocJudgment Is reversed and a new trial curred at Montello, 12il miles west of grauted. Ogden, causwl by s runaway freight train, one man was killed and six WHAT IS KEW IH01XHT serkntsly injured, three of whom will prooablv die. It was about 6 o'clock last evening Wise Men Looking et Old Thlnge In that easLhound freight train, with enNew Light 1761 FYank No. under Engineer gine waa iioaee, coming down the grade Tha statement that there can he anyInto Montello. When leas than a mile thing new In this day Is often promptfrom the station, the engine became ly challenged and perhaps quite Juatr un manageable, and tore down the hill. iv. It Is nevertheless a fact that there The superhuman efforts of Engineer has. within the last few years, grown litisoe and the rrew of the runaway quite n tendency among the wlaest train were unavailing and the engine men and women to look at some very crashed Into engine No. 1737, stand- old things In n new light, aud tt haa ing over an ash pit. been found that this new conception uf Four Italians working upon the e things gives some exceedingly valuaover the ash pit were hurled ble results in the art of living. Thin through the air. one being Instantly new conception of things which is killed. Engineer Losee. Fireman working such n revolution has been Newcomb and Hrakeman Connor were variously named "new thot," psychic thrown several feet from the train science.' The higher psychology, acaud were unconscious when picked up. cording to ita interpretation by various Relief Train. Instructors. To tell Jiim what this new As soon as news of the disaster conception of things consists of and was received In Ogden a special train Its bearing on everyday life will be was made up and left at 8:3u o'clock the object of a lecture to be given by for the arcus of the w reck. On board Charles P. Madsen, president of the Psychic Science league. In were Ora. Perkins and Joyce, the rail- Balt road physicians, and Trainmaster Al Masonic hall, Hunday evening, Nov. 18, Wright. The special waa given a at 8 o'clock. The lecture will be free clear track and made a record run. and all Interealed arc welcome. At 2:13 o'clock this morning the relief train reached Ogden having on WHO WILL SU C ED STANFORD? board the six Injured. The Injured were carrd fur In a tourist car, which was equipped with a heating apparatus Raee la Practically Between William and the necessary medical supplied G. Wilson and John T. Bybee. aud accommodations for the surgeons and their assistants. Tho question an to who will he sue. As avion as possible the Injured censor of Joseph Stanford as county were transferred to the waiting am- commissioner la attracting considerbulance and hurriedly driven to the able attention throughout the county. Several days ago them were eight hospital. candidates for ti. ; position, hut by Who the Injured Are. the withdrawal of 4;x of them the race Engineer Frank Losee resides at William G. Wil2428 Monroe avenue and has a family. la practically betweut T. Byhee of Rlverdnle. Hrakeman W. J. Conner's home Is son and John Among aorne of them who were in Oakland. for the place were Joaeph Fireman R. W. Newcomb's resi- mentioned Fife of Rlverdnle. Jens Nellnen of dence could not be ascertained. of Hooper. The names of the injured Italians Huntsville. Jesse Powers U. P. Crttchhiw or could not be learneL but their ages E. W. Wade and Ogden. W. U. Wilnon and John T. range from 18 to Zu years. Bvbee. The board of county eomtnlsirinners has uutll November 80 to appoint a STORM IN I0AH0 man to fill the vacancy and after that lime the ap(Hiliirment is made by the Severest Wind Storm In History of governor. Joseph Stanford's resignatbo Country. tion lunk effect on the first nf this month, and the board is given thirty General Manager Ontlrr of the to make the appointment, which Western Idaho Sugar company al dare It is expected will lie made next Man-daBalt 1 jtko received a dispatch from the factory at Nampa yesterday morning staling that the severest wind storm In the history nt that section MASQUERADE BALL of Idaho visited Nampa at 2 o'clock this morning. From all accounts it A Decided Success from Every Point must have been Just such a twister as of View, Balt Ijdte and Ogden. experienced a few weeks ago. The dispatch stated The first masquerade ball of the that the storm reached ita height at season wss glwn at the Congrese 10 o'clock, after which Its fnrv seemed anut my last night. The afdancing Die Roth ends of to be spent. engar fair to be a derided success proved were in a blown warehouse and part from every point of view, and fully were off. went men of the roof Hires 15o maskers took part, representing slightly hurt, hut. their names -were people id almost every natbui and ocnot forwarded The mnln factory- was known cupation not deni aged, and none of the sugar At 11 o'clock the Judges, Mrs. C. E. in the warehouse was hurt, Engleke. A. I, Rucker and L. H. Moore, took their seats upon the EVANSTON BANK CLOSED stand and during the grand march selected the prlxe winners, who ware Pest d reused lady. Miss s follows: Oldest Institution In Western Wyo- Irma Tracy as lady Washington; best Dooia. Closet Its ming dressed gentlenisn, Melvin Hannon aa a cavalry officer : beet sustained lady The following dispatch was received character, Mrs. Hhoda Hardy a cripIn Salt Ijike front Evanston: woman; best sustained gentlimn Considerable surprise was occasion- pled John lrsen s Happy character, the here ed yesterday morning, by The prises consisted of $n Hooligan. A Beckwith announcement that Co., kn enlarged orchestra gold plc'es bankers, had closed their doors Finanthe music. furnished as are cause the cial troubles given and as the hank Is one of the oldest of In this part the country, then Is CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ATTACKED. under. some surprise that it should Baltimore, Md.. Nov. 15. At a banIts condition has been shown to he weak for some time, among finnnrlwl quet at the Churchman's club ton'gM Dr. William IT. Van Alten of Boston, imil tuition MoCornlck A Co. are the n presen-tattve- s one of tiic x.ienker. made a bitter of the Reck with hank In Salt attHCi; upon f'hristlan Science Mart Raker G. Eddy. He said: liUke. The news of the failure ws reEddy Ism iim the Christian term! ceived- at the various banks yesterreverence for Christ day, and tne opinion was expressed nolugy. profess that tt Is on account of no financial and the HIM', pretends to exalt Gml more do religion depression, or does not indicate any and highly than other much that Is Ingeniously mingles some financial weakness, hill good and true with Its own fantastic trouble hi the bank Itself. errors It I therefore well calculated t do the work Satan deslgjs It t d . ACTION FOR DIVORCE Damply, to destroy faith in the religion of 'the Christian church and to suban rancature. It Filed by Mary A. Wilson Agalnrt stitute Is a gigantic bunco scheme wherein Whltferd Wilson. the victim thinks he ha th treasure, hut Instead holds only the worhlen An action for divorce was filed In the district rouil late ycsteidny a.her-nnn- Im II alien.'' -r York, waa in Ogden yesterday , and went through to San I'ruuriaoo. Mr. Windsor has secur d the general agency ff a numlier of stable Insurance compsuies whose liuslness he will haudie In Bun Francisco. EXAMINER TELEPHONES Ne. M No. M Superintendent E. C. Man sou of the Farifle left for the west yesterday afternoon on No 5 for an Inspection trip over his division. His king sitting on flic board u examiners In San Francisco on the new rules, necessitates this trip. Soutliern Mrs. Charles II Grout, wife of the commissary of stores lit the Oregon Short Line dining car service, has left for New Vink, and will spend the holidays with relatives and friends. Private funeral services will be held thie afternniin over tlie remain ni Snreh A. Shepherd, at the Lindquist undertaking parlors. Tbs factory of the Amalgamated Sugar company yesterday morning operation with two cars of but there is no more In sight, coal, Eldeiklu. and the prospects of another shutdown sre to la confronted. George White, an aged plasterer, la too fined to hie home suffering front a the switchman Charles Gorman, fracture of hia hip, caused liy a fall who was so brutally assaulted by from a scaffold. in the yards on di unken awltrhnien morning, haa regained conGjod homes have been found for Tuesday are entertained Thomua Wiley, aged 12 years, and for sciousness and hopes Prank Wiley, two year older, who for his recovery. were left fatherless and mot herlesa a few months ago. SUIT FOR DAMAGES The funeral of Cunilla Erknian waa held yesterday afternoon. The eerrice wan eondueted at Hie grave by Rev. Vallaon Tanner died at hla home In Boaelder county Monday. About a month ago Mr. Tanner had hla neck partially broken, waa brought to Ogden and treated at. the hospital. Me recovered sufficiently to be removed to hia home, but belt.g removed fmm the physician's rare he grew worse, and C. C. Richards Brings Action Against Standard1 Company. An action hss been filed In tbs district court against the tiiaudard Publishing company, Frank Francis anJ Wllllsm Ulasmann. timaaglng editor and huaineaa manager, respectively, of Exthe Ogden Btandard and aminer, by C. C. Richards to recover 110,000 damages. aHeged to he due foe a certain alleged libelous article appearing In ons of the above named papers. Tho complaint seta forth that an article which wss pnlhllshed was alleged to be falas and defamatory', Intended to Injure the reputation of the plaintiff as an attorney and citlst-of the suts. The complaint then repeats the article which is alleged to have been published In the Btandard on November 3. and in which lbs plaintiff waa called the official died. WHEAT 11.10 PER 100 POUNDS. The beet end cheapest of hey at Grout, 351 241b 8l Roth phones. Joseph Clark of Una) villa, sell known In thin city. Buffered the lnea f hla home Wednesday evening. The Building was completely destroyed by fire, hut most of (he funiltui'e waa ly saved. M. J. Hewitt, Ogden's poultry man, hea been cbnaon aa official scorer for the Utah County Poultry aeeorlaUon'a annual show, which takes place at Provo, November 1? to 22. well-know- n I- clock-winde- r. CLARKS CEFEAT SCRIBES - If. Harding, general agent of the Colorado Midland at Salt Lake, and C. P. Warren, general agent of the Santa Pe at Suit Lake, panned through the city Wednesday evening nn their way to Gold&olri. a Bowman and the Opposing Champions. Drigga The Clarks defeated the Bcrlliea in Faber, H. E. Geaaon and John two games at howling last night. The scores were made by Bowman I. Leyman, all of San Francisco, were highestand In the city yesterday on business and (523j Drlggi l&IIM. The Clarks got a total of 21151 to the Bchtlies 2168. pleasure. The score was as follows: Clarks. Wright Chadwick, expert Inspector of elevators front Kansas City. Mo was In the city yesterday on his regular trip of inspection. O. P. Mrs. Oreo Hadlock wan celled to yesterday by e telegram announcing the serious Illness of her mother. Mrs. Elisabeth Pnpwurth. Mra. Papwnrth Is SO years of src. and It Is feared that she will rot recover. Salt Harry D. Klnpnrt of Pocatello, contract agent of the Oregon Short line, was In Ogden yesterday on business connected with the coal delivery for the railroads. He reports bill a meager supply of labor for the work, and can furnish employment to ail appllrants. Edwin O. Brown of Salt Lake, representative of the firm oi Hills Bros, of San Francisco, was In Ogden Wednesday and went north to Blarkfo- -t and other Idaho points. Harry B. Windsor, the Insurance man of Balt Ijake. Who 1ms Just relumed from an emended visit to New , PERUVIAN j EXPORT trix iif the estate of J. & Horrocka. and Fred deceased, Irving Pru-rsoHoward. The action waa brought to foreclose a lien upon property belonging to the Horrock estate fur money due for lumber furnished by plaintiff tn the rcustrucilMi uf twu houses. The contract for the eatiairuciioa of the house was sublet by Peterson to Daniels, but the lumber sas not paid for. The defendant filed a demurrer to the complaint on the ground that the complaint did not allege specifically the amount due ou each house. The demurrer was sustained and aa appeal waa taken from that ruling of DUTY. lJma. Peru. Nov. 1.I. --Congress ba authorised the Imposition of an export duty of Rt per cent on silver coins The inciting if Peruvian coins Iwi been prohibited snd the government ha Issued half a million ante lu silver coins. As s result of tbs measures adopted by the government the financial crisis caused by the Ite crettse lu the price of silver tn Peru appears to he passing. frac-tion- and-Mrs- . no-rel- SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE J.S. LEWIS & COMPANY n fur Mary A. Wilson by attoruarxlnst Whltford Wilson upon the The grounds of CAN AND WILL FIT YOUR EYES WITH GLASSES IF YOU LET THEM. Last week our optician alleges that tie couple were married hi 'hts rliy. Januarv J7, 1898. Clara Trutikhlll, through her attorney. hss AW. au action for a divorce against tieoige Tninkhlll noun the grounds of desertion and faliuie to Tin plaintiff al'oge tha provide. they were married November 1. 19'it. snd have ore eliiM of which she asks with aHuvny. the futoilv. two patients to sn oculist ft'r little girl who had bean fitted (?. seat treatment, tine was a for by an optician who haden't any right to prescribe f s'1-entire cannot we you if all. give such a case at action, we pass yon on to sn oculist for treatment. Honesty at all times la pan of our business. LET UB EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE OF CHARGE. togi-tbe- J. S. LEWIS & CO. WASHINGTON. ACADEMY CLOSED. Nov. IS. At. a ta.e St. rete-sbur- g. hour tonight Rudiger, mini!--owar, issued an order dosing the This military academy of medicine of the revolu-itomiris inker, oil fatn th going on held to ' dangerh:ch ous. ani the independent iirit tcigns air.ona tji- students, a majore S.'rlI ity of whom j.r.'fisw to ;n. tp aglt-tbu- lVn:wrats. REVOLUTIONISTS. BE AMIABLE. Paris, Nov. 15. The Temps this afternoon, referring to the spreu of the imperial chancellor in the German reirhstag yesterday, says Prince Yon Buelrw evidently tried to be amiable, but adds that similar amiability haa always preceded campaigns. The Temps asserts that it can only rejoice nt the reassuring words, but But they were only words. remarks: After all, facts slime could convince us that he la friendly to France. Hla speech may be attributed to the firm ness of the policy of France. Von Bne-lois beginning to recognise Fiance's friendship and nnsggreaslve motives, and ihat efforts tc break them will be uaelraa. The rhanrellor'a recognition of the real objects of the understanding arrived at would do much to assure general peace." semi-offici- SUNDAY CLOSING IN RUSSIA. at. Peterrhurg, Nor. 15. The Russian government will soon promulgate a law providing for JTunday closing, under the provision of temporary legislatlmi, the measure being Intended tu strengthen the administration's position In the electoral campaign. Tlie project provides for closing stores and the cessation of work in factories on Sunday, except in the case nf Industries where continuous activity ia necessary. Groceries and meat market wlli he permitted to open for a few hours. Sunday closing formerly wss practically unknown In Russia, but during the last two years n pow- erful movement In its favor has sprung up and has been partially successful. EL PASO COLLISION. El Paso, Texas, Nor. 16. In a collision at a railroad crossing In the outskirts of the city tonight between n shifting freight train of the Texas and Pacific railroad and a switch engine of the El Paso and Southwestern road, one man wsa killed, one seriously and another badly hurt. The dead: Robert Myrtle, aged 40, yardmaater f the Texas and Pacific. Seriously injured: H C. Polk and H. Ia Reynolds, switchmen. The switch engine struck the train as It wss crossing the track, overturning and wrecking two cars. Myrtle was crushed and instantly killed one of the cars. BRAZILIAN CABINET. Rio Janeiro. Nov. Hr-- 1 The Inauguration of Dr. Alfonso Mores Penns at president of Brazil took place today The new cabinet is made np as follows: Minister of foreign affairs. Baron IV RIo Franca. Minister of war. Marshall Hermes Fonseca. Minister of marine, Admiral Alexan- drine Alenrar. Minister of finance. Darld Camplata. Minister nf Industry, Miguel tialmon. Minister of J'islic, Tavern De Lyris. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR. Philadelphia. Nov. 15. George R Jr., one of the most prominent financiers In Philadelphia, today resigned as a director of the Rapid Transit company, which controls the street railway of the cLy, ml rumor has it that he Intends to stand as a candidate for mayor In ths election In The reform element through the dry party hss announced that It ini r.ds to make a supreme effort to wresi control nf municipal affair from Mr. rranizatlon. ii p KepuMIcaa Earle ha always been Linked tTpon as a Democrat. HUrle. Feb-nar- CHILDREN'S HOMES. Fiiiux I's'ls. 8. D. Nov. 15 Tha NaHome society will tional Children at the nex' session of congress to pro:nr lrg:ls'ion f.r the extension of the work "f 'he society to Alaska, wh'rh at present is without a law tor In the rare of n thousand dlan children aud other walfa. half-bree- d ELECT OFFICERS. II.' Judgment Reversed. 1 f - Kiel!. Nov. 15 The ex'.stwnc or a Th director Ne Turk. Nov. rcvpi.itiot'sry organization In the nf the Chlragti. Rork laland A Paelfle army was made known here today b omvany t('liT elected Treasurer Geo, ip-- t. T. Botgp. wlin hs been assistant, The judgment of the lower ceiut the arrest of vr officers of raw reverst"! and n nw tr!:.' crau'e I one ff'cer of intantry srd twe teerve he ontpary. B. F. court yesterday In the lieiitensnts. who ,.?d attended secret was elected a memby the sup-cn:ee-:ucivse of the Eerie Lurabu- - company. the utganizailon held here ber of 'he aiersQva oiimd1t:s to succeed AY H. Leals, appellant, va. Ann H. Martin, execu tuila;-'Action Taken by ths Supremo Court. AVENUE. i v NEW TRIAL CRAKTED OPTICIANS AT THE Bid CLOCK MILITARY com-plnl- Everything Is In readiness for the hlg boxing contest tonight at the Grand Opera House. Thompson and Hyland are In the finest possible condition snd will give an exceptionally fine bout. Both men have niude the necessary weight, 133 pounds, and are confident. Bo evenly matched are the men that It is almost Impossible to pick a winner, although they both hare many followers in Ogden and Balt Laae. A great deal uf satisfaction has been expressed over tlie selection of Jim Williams as referee. Jim held the state championship for many years, and knows a few things about the game. The prices for the boxing contest tonight are as follows: laiwer floor, 83; ha loony, 82: gallery, $1: boxes, 5; stage or ringside seats. 85The sale of seats, which opened Wednesday morning, was very good and exceeded the expectations' of the management. The sale In Balt Lake was the 4st that has occurred In that city on the first day of a sale fur a boxing contest. Orders are pouring into the box office In thla city irora Park City, Evanston, Pocatello anil even from Butte, Ban Francisco and Ijdb Angeles fans have ordered seats Manager Grant has arranged a couple uf rattling good preliminaries whicn will he features In themselves. The men entered for these are the best amateurs that are to be found In th iutermountaln country. TRIED TO . SATURDAY AT THE GRAND. In The Lion and the Mouse." rtiu, Klein, the author, has cousinc'e-- i play of exceptional strength and ,:ii usual interes:. He has taken a ject which cannot but keenly appea' to every American citlien the quiriiig of wealib and its acrum.:: tiun in the hands uf a few men Tu a VISITING POINT OF INTEREST IN Mr. Klein uae a a background THE WEST. a love story which wins and hnlde t). onlookeris sympathy aud he h.i driven home, wit hunt any preaching His Praise for Ogden Canyon la Unre- moralizing, the fact uf the aieunv lhst lies In the misuse of capital an served and Will Receive Favor-ah- i the fearful effect It haa upon thus Mention. who misuse it and those who up.. iis misuse. in the plot for a story Mr. Klein F. A. Baird, assistant traveling has taken a Judge wlio, after long ai.ii agent for the Erie Railroad faithful service on the bench, has company, la in the city tn the interests been impoverished, hi honesty que of his company and the pleasure replaced In je..;, sorts uf the west. Right now he is in- tioued and hia position through his haring handed vestigating tho country contiguous to ardy decision which was unfavorable Ogden, for its scenic qualities, and la the r great amalgamated interests meeting with uuexpecte4 success. John Burkett Ry der and his felluu a. Yesterday Baird went hi ths (sanitarium for n bath. Ho pronounced the NEW RAILROAD. water the best he ever bathed in. Today he will Journey through the can From Pierre, S. D., t the Gulf of yun aud visit the Hermitage and Oaks. Mexioo. On his way he will gather data, for a report which hla company desires to Yankton. 8. D., Nov. 15. Tnitx cjnvert lutu advertising matter, as a Staten Senator Gamble, one off the Inboost for western resorts. Before he of the Yankton A South leaves the city Baird will visit the corporators ern which filed articles a: Hut 8prinys north of Ogden. Then af- Pierrerailway, this week, says the project c.ie ter securing enough data to properly templates the building uf a railroad extol the virtues of local reaorta as front here to the Gulf of Mexioo. He they should be, he will visit south and declares men of capital are behind the generally over the west enterprise, and that it la practlcall The Erie dues not run directly paat assured of success. Chicago, but il hooka passengers to all The senator refused to any railpolma west. There la a tendency for road company la back of say the scheme, the eastern tourist to crane west and hut indications point strongly to R view the beauties and marvels of bis a Great Northern projecl. own rouutry, aud Baird la out here for being the purpose of preparing attractive deGREEK POLICE IN ROME. scriptions and pictures of the most beautiful places this aide uf tlie Rome, Nov. 13. Several members That la why he Tlaited the of the Greek secret poller are here u canyou. Hla praise fur It is unreserved take In protecting the king and and it will no doubt receive deserved queenpart of Greece, wlio are to arrite commendation in the annual circular here November 23 on a tu King which the company publishes, contain- Victor Emmanuel. Greekvisit authentic the locations travuf ing places worth have received information that anareling many miles to see. chists intended to make an attempt on the life of King George during his SCHOONER ON REEF. visit. CITY THOMPSON-HYLAN- Montello Scene o Disaster, 1906. f.-- r 1 pua-eng- Narrangansett Pier, R. I., Nor. 16. reef of Puint Judith caught the Portland lumber schooner Lugano, hound to New York from Gardltier, Me., as ahe was being driven before a gale today, and waa smashed to pieces by the heavy seas. The dead: Mate Joe Smith, Halifax. Beamon John Johnson of Nor ay. Cook Joaeph Iewli of Ruckpoit, Me. BOYS AS DIRECTORS. A OMAHA TELEPHONES. Omaha, Nov. 15. The contract for the construction of the 11,500,000 plant of the newly incorporated Independent Telephone company, which waa at the recent election granted a franchise to operate in Omaha, was given today, tn the Crescent Construction company of Portland, lire. The plant will be ia operation within n year. RUSSIAN EDITOR. fit. Petersburg, Nov. 15. The rash denee of Peter Struve, former editor a famous revolutionary paper, was searched last night and hla wife ar- rested and imprisoned. Since his return to Russia, M. Struve hss abnn doned his revolutionary attitude and la now the leader of the conservative wing of the Constitutional Democrats, but his wife, who belongs to n nobis family, Is, like many of the most highly educated women in Russia, la openly a revolutionist. RIFLES SEIZED. Helsingfors, Fluland. Nov. 18. The police of Bjonieborg have seised fifty boesx out of a total consignment of 298 boxes of military rifles, each containing twenty and destined for the Russian revolutionists. They also captured 119,000 cartridges. The authorities have no clue to the location of the other boxes and fear they have already reached their destination. FROM A BLIGHT CLUE. Many people cherish a prejudice against railway companies on account of their occasional arbitrary dealings with the public, ti Is fair to remember. however, that the railway companies are the constant prey of sharpers of all kinds, against whom aa incessant warfare has to be carried on. How Ingenious some of the frauds are, and how smartly they are ehedk-mateia shown in the following case naira ted by a railway official: Ons morning, at a Iindon main Une station, a young man of respectable appearance hurried into the booking office and naked lor a single ticket to 8 . a city some hundred miles dis tant. Now to the uninitiated eye there would seem nothing extraordinary about this, but in the mind of the astute booking clerk the circumstance raised the germ of suspicion. WhyT Because his keen memory for faces enabled him to recall that some one very like the young man had taken a single ticket to the same place some weeks previously: Why a single" ticke- twhy not a return T was the question In the clerk's mind. To such a question the average Individual would perhaps contemptuously reply that the yonng man might have returned from his previous Journey on foot, in n motor car or on a bicycle, and might be doing the some in this case, nr might not even be return lag at all. Very obvious explanations. hut they would net have satisfied the booking clerk, and. a the sequel showed, he was correct. On the evening of the next day the younx man arrived by train at the London station, and bs he passed the barrier gave up the return half nf n ticket from n suburban station not four miles away. To hla u:ter astonishment he was stopped. Where did you join this train T" said an official grimly. "Whky, . of course. at B snarled the pas ser ger. naming the local station. No. you did nut. air.' said a smart looking man behind: "you got into thla train at 8 this sfienwita. for I'ts been watching you." It was a detersive whs, at the auggratton of the booking elerk. had been set to follow the suspicion pass anger. Having takan his single ticket to , the young man was aesn tn taka another linker this time local station costing a "return "to two or three pence, and this was quite sufficient to warrant the detective following all hi movements rbareafter, nml seeing that an ingvultt fraud received Ita punishment London Saturday Journal, d, plaln-clothe- Par. too interesting to be registered with ordinary limited liability run cents, the Hildetihoro'igh School Bee company Is an exclusive as well as a most siircessful organization. Of Its forty shareholders thirty-fiv- e aer children under fourteen, and all attend the Hildenliorough school. Sixpence each represent the value of the shares, all of which are fully paid up. How prosperity haa aiiilled on thia unique bitalneas venture, to the extent of reupenee profit per abare in tho firot uah uf its existence, the Dally Mirror ascertained recently from Inquiries on the spot. To Charles Morris, the Hlldenhor-oiig-h schoolmaster, the company owes It Inception. You see," said he. It was to interest, tbs children in ths course of nature studies that led me to float the company. But let me Introduce you to the secretary. It was between morning nnd afternoon school when this conversation took place In the play ground at and Master Albert Willard, the youthful secretory, had been keeping a watchful eye nn the company'! beehive. With a keen business look in his bright brown eyes, Master Wll'srd owned to thirteen years of age. hut Informed the aDlly Mirror that, aa far, commercial worries involved by the secretaryship to the School Bee company had not seriously interfered with his home lessons. "I have two shares in it," he said proudly, waving his hand in the direction of the company's beehive, adjoining the play ground. They cost sixpence each, but I wouldn't sell them for ten pence each now. Speaking aa to profits." he continued, with the air of a prosparons city merchant, well, we've jnst paid a dividend of ten pence per share. Shareholders could have it In money or in kind, so I took ten penes In money aud a potml weight of honey. The market price of honey Is a shilling a pound, ao I reckun I did well on it. Miss Map Chaplin, a winsome little maid, informed the Dally Mirror that she also held two shares. Fully paid np. she added, and I took two pounds of honey for my share of the profits. One pound I took home and the other I sold for a shilling." Muter Albert Thome said he got one pound of honey and four stings as his share of profit. 'It was like thla." he aaldwlth the gravity of a lifelong apiarist. 1 was standing near the hive when one nf the boys kicked IL The bees came swarming out, and stung me In four planes on the face. But,'' with a smile, I don't mind that. Mr, Morris haa given up a large portion of hia garden to hla scholars, and twenty-fiv- e boys are learning how tn cultivate beet root, celery, gooseberries, white, black and red currants, parsnips, cabbages, etc. London Daily Mirror, APACHE VENDETTA. desperate Apache vendetta Is In Montmartre, in which two notorious Apache leaders have been murdered since Sunday night, and a third wounded. The vendetta is believed to he a revival of the celebrated feud between the Apache chiefs Msndp nnd 'Ibices, who fouglit for the love of Mile. Casque d'Or several years ago. of On Sunday night a number Apaches walked Into a little cafe in the Boulevard de CHchy. and phot dead an Aptche known aa Le Dvmlrbeur. who wut sitting at one of the tables. The murderer, known as Lulucea. scaped, but last night he was shot through the head by a friend of I Demlcheur as he was leaving a cafo In the Rue Couscon. a tiny thoroughfare frequented by the wnrst type f A pa eh e. Lnluoea friends thereupon swore revenge and at 1 o'clock this morning they shot aa Apache known aa Tltns, who Is believed to be Lettuces' murderer. Til us. although badiy wounded, managed to escape- .- London Express, A pro-seedin-g a Good Judge ef Race Horses- Mr. Rounder Dnes your Cousin George take aa much Internet In horse racing as he used to? Mrs. RnnnJer Ye, indeed. George oan always toil the day before a race which home ought to win and the dav after why he didn't Rochester Demo era l. WANT ADS YIELD filQ RESULTS.