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THE MOKXIXG EXAMINER; Frederick Cliff cf Provo, and William This makes a G. Fretday of Og.len. now registered total of seventy-fiv- e under the new law. Hereafter nil persons desiring to practice optometry must take an examination given by ths board. The present board consists former a Ogdea Helveraon. of L. W. Snow, H. Q. Jensen and F. rnk bunt hardware but bov In the J. Alexander. at Twin Falla. Ida, la down on relatives. Miss Mabel Knsuss left on Monday a Tlait to friends and for a month's trip to Portland and use jjtlson, much addicted to the 8eattle. jiquot is making her headquarters office until the sheriffs private the ta The wife of William W. Shaw gave LANDED THERE BY A RAILROAD assets oi ker dissipation are. gone. birth to n girl yesterday. WATCHMAN. Ssa Ellis and wife returned to Ely James B. Russell, of Roy, died yesvisit in Ogden. yesterday, after a short terday ff cancer of the stomach. Mr. Russell was horn in Scotland iu Judge Gideon, Not Impressed With wife Hendershot and ghermaa H. 1848, and came to Utah in early days His Oratory, lends Him to Eof Poulter. part vsnsfsrred to Mary with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John I ths Rock Pilo, lot 10. block 5, plat B, $150. B. Russell. The iicnwf leaves n large family of sons and daughters, TesterJay the county clerk issued besides several brothers and sisters, 1 Police court wan filled with prismarris t licenses to Austin T. Wintle. the wife of Matt Hlnchcliff being one oners charged with vagrancy this aasd U, and Hssel Spiers, sged S3, of the sisters. The funeral announcekoth of Ogden, and Edward F. Hag-rr- a ment will be made later. morning. Judge Gideon gave most of them an opportunity to get out of sgsd 88. and Martha aged 13. goth of Balt Lake, Trainmaster B. S. Luty cams back the city, but three, H. Thloodeaua. W. F. Loqutst and R. B. Tobias, were local Pullman yesterday from his regular Nevada given 80 days each. They pleaded j. K.erasKlmmeL the trip. over all yesterday. smiling guilty and followed np their pleas with finished checking The inspectors In the rase of Sarah oratortal outbursts that proved highly case found that in the last Lli the vs. of nms r sad73.000 A. C. Neweumbe, May Instructive. Siegel pieces of linen passed Newconibe O'Connor, Sadie Newcomb Tobias appointed himself spokesman through the local offies and that the of the trio. He stated that be waa M. Ida Newcombe, Preulnger, an authorized representative of the (ceounts were O. K. from beginning Richard 8. Newcombr, Rosens R. e is end. In that vast number nothing and Charles and Charles I. W. W. on a tour of organisation in the west. Thibodeaux, his companion hid been lost, Flelschman, administrator of the lecturer, on account of his union card deestate N. Flelschman. the of Leila ' la ths matter of the estate of the cree of the court is that the de- wUch specified Mm as a brakeman in Albert F. Richey, fendants are not entitled to the real good standing, was able to secure isie Anna Johnson, through his attorney. Y. C. Gunnell, estate for which they sued. The cheap passage through the country. the court to appoint in petitioned a the cost of the 8j armed with the means of travel pay however, plaintiff, q. j. 8. Abels administrator of said and n fund of I. W. W. literature, the action. state. The real estate Is valued at pair started out from Chicago several No weeks ago and worked their way $iW, personal property $1,300. State Game Commissioner H. B. Cro-tnill of (he deceased can be found. wishes it understood that it is west. At Salt Lake they preached on street bat the absence of L W. W. the state law to kill Mongolian the Them will be a few changes in the against In Zion left them stranded, so There seems to be n mis- men wht-pheasants. the in Union E. Depot J. offers Lyon understanding on tho part of some ef that they arrived in Ogden by n issistant engineer of the signal ser-rirs-, the In ths country, morning freight they had but twenty-fiv- e who heretofore has occupied to hunters, especially the effect that It. is lawful to kill for cents to money. While looking room H, will move to room 4. Room a freight to take them to Reno, these birds. This la a mistake, these I, formerly the Rio Grande despatch-tt'- t birds being protected at all times of where there is a local organisation office, will be occupied by Mr. the year. Cromer has notified all the of the I. W. W they were arrested Botsford's chief clerk, U. Olmatead. wardens In the state to look out for by Night Watchman Shoemaker. From an Impassioned narrative of hunters killing tbeae pheasants and to A. 0. Fell, the Ogden sheep owner, Tobias personal adventures arrest who may do so. The their anyone ntoraed home yesterday from n trip limit of doves is cat thin launched into deeper water and commourning to Alaska the beauties of oryear to eight. This may sceoi like a menced to expound small kill, but it la the law and will ganisation and the mission of the was Howell W. He could not be stopped until Jadge holding court at be strictly enforoed, says Crumar. Beautiful Instead of at Farmington hs had rid himself of his surplus eloAn Irrigation suit is in yesterday. Wuug Go, n gardner, was arrested quence. The court wss Impressed ths progress. street and Patterson wrong way by the labor organisers at Twenty-nint- h perch and he pronounced sentence. avenue, by yesterday, Iks excursion to Canada, for which Plncock. He was booked on aSergeant James Kilson was given 80 days for charge tickets were on sale yesterday, promiof disturbing the peace and will be petit larceny. ses to be much better patronised than held for The case of the state vs. N. C. trial until this mornths OM given Inst year. Morteusen wss transferred from the ing. The Celestial provoked a quarmunicipal court to Justice Shupe of a Englishman who was wata J. Larsen, who has been on a rel witha agarden near his own plot of Eden. talon to Scandinavia the last two ering land. He attempted to torn the water years, arrived home Monday. In hit ditch and to discourage the TURNS SOMERSET ON WHEEL Englishman from his Intention of reIks Pott Douglas troeps leave Balt sisting, Wuug Go struck him on the Ons of the Rsmarksbls Acts With ixt Thursday en route to Ban head with n shovel. lib Singling Brea' Show. Fmselaco where they embark for ths PhUllpplnoa. There will be three speciMr. and Mra. Joseph Choi left yesWhen a circus performer, riding on al trains of ST cars, the first leaving terday for Glenwood Springs, Colo., a unicycle with the handle bun reths capital it 10 a bl sharp. their summer vacation. The to spe-nmoved, turns a somersault and lands oldtas will come up via the Oregon gain astride of the one wheel, It is gbort Una. In addition to the troops George E. Brooks, a delivery hoy In time for spectators to alt up and taks fro ths fort, there Is to be a A Tribe Grothe of tho Junes employ special train bearing soldier from near Fort cery company, was thrown from bis notice. This la what Wally Kaufmans dues In the big bicycle net featured wagon yesterday at 11 oclock and had his left leg broken above the this season with Rlngllng Brothers Mra Raker M. Wells was so great ankle. The accident nkppened while famous circus, i There are ten In ths if Improved on Sunday that she was the horse attached to the wagon was Kautmann family and they perform difficult feats on slender machines that esirisj out into the yard at the L. D. running at full speed. re amsslng. Onr of them rides a 8. hospital that afternoon. She Is Hon. Martin Cullen, one of tho best triple tandem machine, perched on the pngnssing most satisfactorily and It front wheel is hoped that with la a month she known railroad men In this section, front pedals and the I soy bs able to be removed to her was notified yesterday that hs hid been reared Into the sir. Another sensations! net Is the flying placed upon the pension Hat of the Southern Pacific company. He has trapeie spectacle offered by the celebrated Jordan family. Them ara ten Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Savage, Miss been In the service of the Union PaIn the act, Bolis Bedler, Miss Jenns Budd cific and Southern Pacific 38 yegra and men, women and children Ocddes, Sidney Bamberger and Wat has earned this recognition of faithful and a rigging which 1111b nearly ths entire dome of the canvas Is used. hoi Bredemsyer spent Sunday in a service. Thera are thirty other aerallsta euyon, coming up In Mr. Savage's the Jordans, and prominent car from Salt Lake. . Emil Rolapp has accepted a posii. tion with the Amalgamated Sugar among them ara the Europeaa the Alvaros family from Spain, John F. Cowan, captain and secre-tsi- y company. the Millets, the Shaws, the serial of the Balt Lake Gun dub, was conSmiths, Joseph La Rap, a mld-al- r Ogden, Monday, visiting John M. AT FARMJiCTON the celebrated De and nd Mat & tortionist, and Browning, incidentally Mario, trapeze acrobat. discussing the coming return shoot of Cases That Are to Como Bsfore Judge Chief among the forty riders are the Mi team with Ogden for the Dupont Howell. live Bedlnli, renowned all over the "ophy. Mr. Cowan Is on his way to the BJorndo county, California, where world; Mr. and Mra. The following cases ara on the cal- Hobsons, Paul Devcne Stlekney, Bud Gorman, hs Ms mining interests. endar for Judge Howells court at John Mercer and John Agee, ths chamof the world; Daisy M 8. Browning, Alex Brower, W. B. Farmington Vera F. Wright vs. Alma pion rough-ride- r T. Wright (Demurrer.) Hodglnl Just from Italy; the Clark wcdell and W. H. William returned Peck A Hill Furniture Co. vs. C. "om successful Ashing trip np the H. Rampton et aL Motion for new Brothers of Lsndon hippodrcuo fume, and Kola Satterfield. Chief among Booth Fork. trial denied. the alxty acrobats are the Belfnrds, John Mass et al. vs. Starns Hatch the greatest In the world; the Patty Mils Hannah Des of Salt Lkke, et si. Brothers Just from Paris; the Mar pent 8unday in Ogden canyon. The last named case Is one of the e troup, who are making suits before coming ) tbelr firat tour of America; the The Dube Tailors were out for prmc--J many irrigation the court. The action is to see wheths from Italy, and the marvelous Monday evening, and put In two er a man on a high of land has Persian family, the Mine Golems, by piece of good hard work. They will a right to drain his farm so that it permission of the Shah. to Ogden Sunday. m Injures the lowland farm. As regards trained animal features H. W. Dunn went into the North- ths Ringling Brothers lead ad of the ELEVEN MEN NOT EXECUTED. world. One act alone, the Riccobono r weeks ago looking for has distinction over ail other anles and heavy draft hones He bones, Mexico July 30. The eleven educated animal specialties on earth. Rtnraed and reported that he was not men who City, were sentenced to he shot These wonderful wenr boots, to buy the hind leg of a mule or In "korae Guatemala for conspiracy, In the trousers, hits and equlnes costs; they dine at hi the vicinity of Altnras. attempt to assassinate President CaCuaor In the adjoining counties of brera, hive not been executed, and, a table from platea; they make their clothing off Sn, though there are thousands according to Walter Williams, a resi- own beds; they take their even to the hoots, and do more difficult bead In the region he visited. of Guatemala thrlteen things 'tbit must bs seea to be bedent City who arrived in this capital to- lieved. Other trained animals are the As State Boefd of Optometry - met years, day, there wlU be no executions for famous elephants under direction of day evening and completedthe that offense. Pearl Bonder In a new act, Keralake'a nfflstratloa of the practicing optl-"- i President Cabrera dqes not want the rope hnd shoot in the State. The following to tufllct the death penalty," said Mr. pfga, which skip were added to the Uat already Williams, and it Is very probable ths chutes, a high school of mules and PProved: C. M. Peterson, Andrew A. that the sentence of all the prisoners a company of trick horses under the of Kola Satterfield. Mron and W. L. Chester of Salt Lake; will he commuted to a term of years management The Holloway family of bgh-wlr- e B4rrJ M. Vance of Pleasant Grove; In prison. . performerg, the Jordan sisters, the Noetzel family and Claude Roode, also wire artists, are other among the 800 performers whose acts are uf aperlal O Interest. LECTURER ON brevities I. W. W. IN OOUF-N- , UTAH. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1M7. JACK EVANSUCE COMING ONE OF THE JAIL 5 irnYAI Doctor Estes FOR THE ROBBERS Specialist Cures whea others fail. Modern methods. Fres consultation for any Chronic Dictate of any earns cr Batura. Every csss guaranteed. - FRUIT A m Bros-cblssk- y, pli New-comb- ar . I-- . d Og-de- be-Id- Claris-onlan- nello-Maralt- Bor-sen- - r SUMMER GOLD e collected for the following good . gobs of sunshine goldWe win eolk-c- t some for If Jn yon turn In your claims. Ton Mtow some of these people? . Swenson A Co., Mercur, Utah. KatL Tea Importing Co., cor. 3rd So. d Main, salt Lake City. E. O. Jones, Murray, Utah. Tripp Bros, Murray, Utah. TlnUe Meat Co, Eureka, Utah. Tlntic Mere, Co, Eureka, Utah. Fnloa Meat Co., Eureka, Utah. Hyrum Nellaon, Holliday. Utah. H. P. Larsen, Ephraim, Utah. Dr-- C. E. West. Selins, Utah. Ju. Gilbert, Murray, Utah. C. w. Schuldt. 347 W. 6th Bo, Salt Uke City. . 9o. Stringham, Thurber, Utah. Jas. a. Smith, Thurber, Utah. Sorenson A Larsen, 143 W. 8nJ So, oalt Lake City Mm. F. Lewis, 373 Nik 6th West, Salt John Anderson, 13J E. 7th So, lake City. Salt Lake City. Geo. Thomas. 740 W. th So, Balt Utah Knitting Works, Logan, lake City, Utah. Bed streaks of honesty exist in Jobs James, 63 W. 8nd So., Salt Lake City. everybody. People several en dollars. Merchants Protective Association Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts TJ J8, 33, 84, 37, 38, 89 and sacli ft. Luke. General Commercial National Bank Salt Lake City Mgr. 109 GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY AGREE. The Hague. July 83. Great Britain and Germany have practically agreed upon a proposition regarding the establishment of an International prise court, under the terms of which ths tribunal la made permanent, and la to have fifteen judges. The United ala of the great Stale, Japan and will furnish one European powers Judge each; Latin America will simply have two, and the remaining five will be sent from other countries, represented In the peace conference. It Is further understood that if tha American proposal regarding the establishment ef a permanent coart of arbitration is adopted, and this seems most likely, the judges of the arbitration court will he nlse the Judges of the prise court The prize court Is to include two admirals, to be appointed by the belligerents, bnt to lie present In the advisory capacity only, suggestion was mads by Joseph H. Choate of the American delegation. nil INSANE. New York, July 10. Henry Becker, the yonth who was charged by the police with having murdered Amelin Staffeldt, who was stabbed while pick-tadandelions near her home to Corona. L. L, baa been formally committed to a state hospital for ths HENRY BECKER g Build-to- g, 8omaPsoploulksUm. HAD MASKS AND FALSE KER8 IN HIS WHIS- - ROOM. Ho Is Ons of ths Priss Fighters Whs Took Part in Glenwood Contest EIGHT CARS A DAY BEING PED FROM EVANSTON. SHIP- Heavy Shipments of Green Fruits From California Have Exhausted In in Local lea Hsu sc a. When ths cunning of a robber sad The run of fruit ears Into Ogden the tnielllgeace of tbe police are to from California continues with unabat' contest there is houud to result an ed vigor. Almost every day between Interesting result, which dues not al- HO and 80 ears are iced In the local ways bring a victory to the repre- yards. The supply of ice to the ice sentative of lbs law. However, to ths css uf Jack Evans, arrested at 3 o'clock this morning by Detective Pender end Otiicer Kelllher, the o Ulcere outwitted the robber end beet him at hto ewi game, to a battle of trained faculties that lasted Just seven days. A week ego lest night H. Rogers, e herder employed by the Southern Pacific company, sat on e box to the north end of the railroad yards eating his lunch. He was approached bv a rnaaked Individual who thrust a gun to his face end demanded his valuables. Instead of complying. Rogers grappled with tho robber, whose sou pantos, hearing the struggle, came to his aid end kicked the herder to the fare. While stunned. Rogers was deprived of hie watch and 69 cento. The robbers pursued, fled tots the Jungles near Weber river end disappeared. Tbe police were notified aad Detective Pender end Sergeant Chambers net out to apprehend tha thieves. They communicated slth the paws shops, gave out deacrlptloes of the watch end awaited results. Ths morne spruce-lookin-g ing after the hokl-n- p mas offered for security os loan, which he obtained et the Kuril's shop on Twenty-flfi- h street, a watch (hat waa Immediately recognised as belonging to Rogers. Pender and Chambers were Informed but too late to arrest the stranger before hs left ths i houses hers Is practically exhausted. Evanston Is being called npoe every day far eight cere of lee, each car carrying between 24 and 40 Urns. Tbe amount required must be brought in from now on until the cold season begins. It Is estimated that Evanston can supply tbe amount required here, for the neat two months at least. After that, should more km be requlr ed, the supply must come from Humphries, Moatana. Twenty tuen are employed Icing the care in the yards. The unusually large number of cars per day to dee to the fact that the wet weather retarded tbe ripening of the fruit. When the warm weather came It cams wkh a vengeance. Frulta of ell ktoda ripened at the seme time, hen os the vest shipment east of all sorts of fruit. GOVERlENT Partial List ef Diseases Cored Catarrh, Dvafaess. Ringing in tbs Ear Diseases ef tbe Head, Throat. Nose, Eye or Ear. All Dlseesv ef the Lungs, Broach lid Tubes end Chest. Diseases of th Stomach. Liver, Kidneys end Bladder. Heart Duaaae, Rheumatism. Asthma. Nervous ThuUblee, 8l Yltue Dance, Piles, Usuis and eS Rectal Troubles, Tape Warm, Blood PoisE oning from any ranee. Diseases geeuller to Women. ANT DISEASE OF MEN qtdckty eared to stay cured. Remember the exemlnertou aad advice la FREED Gem et.ouee. Touwrww may he toe late. Call or write. r t PH1-YAT- DR. ESTES SPECIALIST 438 Waehlagtou Offies horns, 18 a. at. to Ip. ul Block). Ogden. Utah. Eutisaos Room 19. Remember Are. (Beyro the number. wntmmmsmammmmmmm JESSE J. DRIVER R LI GG ST II This is the Place to Buy Your Drugs, Guaranteed First-Cla- ss and Strictly Pure 18 A AFTER POWDER Prescriptions Carefully Compounded , TRUST i loan office. Sergeant Chamber got his first clue by being shown e photograph of one of tne hold-up- s and he Immediately recognised the likeness of Evans the prise fighter. By patching np a number of clues the officers were able to lorste the headquarters of the supposed holdups. end discover that ons uf them left, Wednesday night, fur Belt Lake. Hie address and name were secured ad a trap was prepared fur Ms capture. In Zion Evans was known by tbs name of C. M. McClug, and of tbe two names tho police ere inclined to believe In the genuineness of tho former. His pal, left to Ogdea to keep bin. posted so that when the first over the, robbery bed died down, be could return with a degree of safety. Pender dictated a letter, elgned to It the name of Evans' pal end sent it to Belt Lake. - The epistle Informed him that the crest waa deer end that a return to Ogdea would be not only safe but strauglc. - Cautiously Evsns planned to leave Ziun aad he arrived t 13:48 Monday saighL Hia presence wee noted by KelUher, who telephoned to Pender end that officer hastily dressed and Joined Kelllher on Twenty-fift- h street. Together they climbed ths stairs to Evsns' room, to a Twenty-fift- h street rooming house, pushed through the dour end levelled guns on the surprised man before he could move. The game was cleverly end successfully terminated. Evans committed himself to silence and hua not Incriminated himself, but (be officers are pos- ' THE EXISTING MONOPOLY DISSOLVED. ASKS TO HAVE Prayer is Identical With That Tsbaess Trust Rsosivsr Ashsd For, In 2273 ths Washington, July 30. Ths government today filed In the United State circuit court at Wilmington, Del., a petition against E. 1. Dupont D, Koiuours A Company, the K. L Dupont De Nomoure Powder company of other New Jersey, end twenty-fou- r corporations end seventeen Individuals, connected with the Iwenly-al- s corporations which era made defendants in tbs patitlun. The petition relates that ell of (ha defendants are mgsgedi in interstate trade end commerce la gunpowder and other high explosives and are violatJuly 8, 1830, known as ing ths net of anti-trunet It seeks tbe Sherman to prevent and restrain th unlawful existing agreements, contra eta, combinations and eonsplradea in restraint of such trade and commerce, to prevent and restrain the attempts upon the pert of the defendants to monopolise such trade and commerce, end to dissolve the existing monopolies therein. The court la asked to determine whether puulie interest! will be better subserved by the appointment of receivers to take possession of the property of tho alleged trust, with view to brtuglng about conditions in F. BRATZ itive of their nun, having the Identification of the pawn broker and other trade and commerce that will bp harmonious with the tow. The prayer In evidence against him. Identical with that la The police believe they have broken this respect Tobacco trust petition. tbs cap- tbe np n tough gang, and that-tIt to stated to the petition that in ture of Evans and the disclosures In his room, they have paved the way 1178 all except three of tbe concerns wiling high explosives In the United for more srresia. , In Evan' room were found masks, States organised with tha object of false whiskers and heir and ell the regulatiiig prices at which euch comwork. modities should be sold end c A drivdisguises necessary for hold-uing the other corporations out of business by unfair competitive method This aasodstion enjoyed an uninterHAULINCTHE EEETS rupted operation. It to said, until 1881, was entered n new when Railroad Will Be Equal to the Task Into with the agreement object of preventing new This FalL manufacturers from engaging to tha bualneaa. Jn the mesntlme tbe powder Judge H. H. Rolapp, of tbe Ama- three "would-be- " competitors ere delgamated Sugar company, and Hupt. clared to have been compelled to Join Costello, of ths Oregon Short Line, tl e monopoly. It Is shows that there have returned from Cache valley, were succeeding associations in 1886, where they inapeeted the beet crop, 1891 and In 1896, each with tbs same transportation facllftlei and arranged general object and composed of the for n better service far tbe sugar cam- same members and tbelr successors. It la the opinion of Tbe 1896 association continued until paign of 19Q7-CMr. Costello that the crop win be 1903, the members of these associahandled without any damaging dclsy. tions. It is asserted, by vsitons unfair Farmers in tbe beet sections of the business methods, forced substantially valley were communicated with rela- all competitors out of tbe powder busitive to the transportation of their ness until at- - ths latter date they concrops to (he angir factories, and It trolled 35 per cent thereof. is believed by Judge Kolapp that the The petition recites many of the company will be able to move the ope rations of the aocalled powder beets as fast as they are takes from trust, leading up to the organisation, the ground. The binding stations will In May. 1903, under the tows In the be Increased to number and improved state of Now Jersey, of tbe R. L Duthroughout to enable growers to load pont De Nemours Towder company, on a siding wltbont being compelled to with e capital stock of $50,000,000, re wslt several days for tbelr removal. n holding company for the purpose of 1 he Increased facilities are expected the capital atocka of every to shorten the campaign, although it acquiring to the United States enwill last through February, owing to corporation In manufacturing' uid dealing gaged the slse of the crap, which Is the larg- In high explosives. est ever grown In Cache valley. This New holding company. II Is expected that after this sea- It Is alleged, Jersey did acquire control of son tbe railroad Company will have in the companies operating in high exoperation regular beet cars to be used plosives In the United 8iatea, until al! exclusively for tbe transportation of of the business of shipping and sellbeets. A number of these cars have ing euch commodities of substantially already been built end others ere un- seventy companies, which had from der construction. Theyar provided time to time since 1173 been separate with dumping apparatus so that whencompeting concerns, and now being ever a car Is hauled to a factory It carried on by three gigantic operating may be unloaded as quickly as pres- rmnpanies, namely, the Eastern Dynasure Is applied to the operating lever. mite company. snd! tbe E. I. Dupont These cars, together with an engine De Nemours Powder of and crew, will be stationed to Cache Delaware, and the Laflln company A Rend PowTaller for the campaign. In Weber der company. county care and crews will be detailThe defendants. It Is alleged, aled for auger beet service. ready have a complete monopoly (ff the production and distribution of JOHN W. GATES DEPARTS. ordnance smokeless in powder, to the monopoly addition of New York, July 30. John W. Gates, 95 per cent of tbe production of high the financier, and hto son. Charles O. explosives other than smokeless powGates, will sail for England today. der. The government asks to its prayer They will be accompanied by the two Mrs. Gates and Orson G. Walls, a for relief, that these operating commember ef tbe old firm end former panies be enjoined and restrained from operation and engaging In Interheed of the Chicago office. Mr. Gates and hie party will tour state commerce in the United States, Scotland la automobiles, sad toward or that receivers he appointed to the end of August they will go to take over tbelr business. Ths government also asks that cerPeris. From Paris the party will go to tho famous shooting box of ths Mar tain capital stock In other companies held by the various bolding comguls de Beauvaise. where. It Is expected, a atoy ef two moo tha win he made. panies, shall be adjudged unlawful and The return home will be made about void and that the defendants shall be restrained from carrying on alleged the end of October. In of tht City and County. tnj part god Farm j Fire, Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance ! Written in Strong and 8afn Companies at Loweut Kates 41V Opposite i.1:: 25th Sireet niONES: 1 Mel 420 ANJ 50 Different Siyies of - so-call- . Logon on Improved Property Promptly Negotiated. City . - 1 Real Estate Bargains st p WASHINGTON AVE. Hair Brushes Just Received These brushes sell from 25c to $6 each Prices right Special values. Call and inspect our stock Win. Driver & Son Drug Co. GEO. W. DRIVER, Manager 2453 Washington Avenue unfair competition egnlnnt twenty-- ! Independent Anna, which, at tbe time of tbe filing of tbe petition, were engaged in the manufacture, shipment and isle of bleating powder and dynamite In th United State in lawful competition with the defendants. CORTLAND PARKER DEAD. New York, July 10. Cortland Parker, neator of the New Jersey bar, died et hto home in Newark late toat night He wee 69 yeara of age. Mr. Parker, DIO BURGLAR STUNT. - company. Only twa deake trick. OOOOOO OO 6000000o o O OHIO IB FOR TAFT. o O O o Republican State Central Com-- O were instrument. mittee O O Balt Lake, July '80. Bore ere be. Ueved to have burglariaed the office building pt 8 Went Second South street Sunday night whan two deaka were opened and 816.25 In money end stamp taken. The burglary was not learned until the janitor of tha building made hie appearance early In the morning. The back door wen found The Intruders entered the open. building through a window in tbe rear and went out through tbe back door. The office la occupied by the Hubbard Investment company, J. W. Smith, lumber; New York Central railroad and L C. Smith Typewlrter opened, both by blunt Twelve dollar in stamps were taken from the New York Central desk and $4.35 in money end etampe from the desk of L.C. Smith. Several hundred dollars worth of negotiable paper were overlooked by the burglars, adding to the belief that boys turned the o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Bo Decide Colnmbne, Ohio, July 80. resolution endorsing Secretary of War Taft for thApresldencr wne adopted by the Re- -publican State Central committee today. The resolution waa adopted e vote of 15 to 6 Another reao- lutloa by friends of Secretary Taft, and opposed by friends of Senator Fbraker, and laying In effect that there Is no Intention ot eliminate Senators Feral. er or Dick from politics to Ohio, waa adopted, 11 to 10. A OOOOOO OO O O O Q O O O O O O O O O O O O S' ooooooo WANT ADS BRING BIO RESULTS. ; ; ! . ; j ; !