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THE MOnyiNO - 96 United Bute Steel e J(. pfd WtiUirB ratoii Great Norther, pfd Northern Pacific STOCK WIND-U- i P Hnlpnd Conaoln Going Law Roeom. pa the corporations that they might the pursuit of prosecution to Jnok the possible limit for nil discoverablef offense under the law caused aunie-ihlnf- fr the spec- , 114 . 344 , CLOSING WEEK ON BALT MINING EXCHANGE. Chicago. Aug. 10. The leading futures ranged aa follow: Wheat Aug, 854; Sept, 68. B6Ts, Dec, 92, 91. 92a?; 87a; 97, 97. Sept, 55, 54, 51, 44. Sept, $18,124. Lard Sept. $8,124. Oct, $9.25, $9,174. 99 17. Ribs Sept, Local LAKE Market in Berne Better Shape Than It Waa a Fw Day Ago, 54aTfc; Dec., 152; Mar. 63. 63. Data Sept, 45. 44. 4(4; Dec., 43. 42. 42; May, 454, 44. $16.05, Pork $18.30, 52, 634. ; Sait Uke, Aug. 10. The week haa closed with the local mining stuck in aomewbat better nhnpe than It waa at the beginning. Thera haa been a decided recovery from the losses auaiained recently. Beck Tunnel. particularly, haa made some rapid gains. Among tha other Tlntlc 98.72, $8,724: stock that have made forward strides Bam $9.60, Oct, $8.65, $8,924. are lnwr Mammoth sad Uncle Mountain Uke Cunaulldated. gone down, but Indlcnilons point $8-8- has that Kansas City Cattla. Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 10. Cattle it baa struck bottom. There was little done in the unthReceipts 2,tu0, including 1.000 Coporns; market steady. Native steers listed stock today.' Standard down per waa offered freely and sold 6.007. 2u; southern steers southern rows 2.25a3.5i; native cows to 41 cents. Ohio Copper was as low as $5.15, but no aalea and heifers 2.255.65: sleeker and feeders 3.255.25; bulla 2.502.30; were reported. The closing quotations and sales calves 4. (Mia6.75; western steer were: wfKiera cows 8.004.50. Listed Stocks. 2.000. Market Higs Keei-liitsteady. Heavy $.9.i0.20; packers 6.066.20; pigs and light 6.10a6.2L Market Sheep Receipts none. steady. Heavy 8.156.20; packers 8.056.20; pigs and Hgbt6.10a6.2S. none. Market Sheep Receipts steady. Mutton 5.258.00; lamb 7e 007.75; rauge wether 1. 256.25. w-- u Chicago Cattle, Chicago, Aug. 10. Cattle Receipts 500. Steady. Cows and heifers 1.50 5.50; Stockers and feeder 2.604.90; westerns 4.40a Texans 3.85a4.25; 8.10. ' 9,000. Market Hog Receipts strung to 5c higher. Light $.056.45; mixed and butchcra 1.806.25; heavy 1.456.15; rough 4.154.75. Market 2,500. Sheep Receipts steady. Sharp $.605.75; lambs Cash Quotation Flour-Stea- $, cart quota- dy. Wheat No. I spring, 96017 ; No. No. S red. 66 l8 No. yellew, No. 2, 64 561-4- Ul IIP 48061-1- Regular Call Salta. 200 at 45; 100 at 4$; 100 at 41. Daly Judge, 500 at $7.15; 100 at $6.80; 100 at $6.85; 100 at $6.95; 200 at $7.00. Uwer Mammoth. 100 at $3.00. 42: 100 to choice malting. 66070. 2 65060; Timothy Prime seed. $4.60. fthort ribs, aides (loose) 68.6006.71. Mess pork, per bbl. $16.06016.10. Lard, per 100 lbs- .- $9.00. Short clear aides (boxed) $8,760 1.00. Whiskey beats of high wlnesi Receipts and Shlpmanta. Hour, bbla. Wheat, bu. Cora. bu. Oats, bn. Rye. bn. Barley, bu. 23,100 ..16.400 207.600 134.900 2,000 1,800 $1.20. 21.100 29.800 at South Swansea, 500 at 12. Utah, 100 at $2.00. fair SHE INFORMS THB POLICE ON A DOUBLE MURDERER. Italian Who Had Escaped the Lew in Italy and In New Yerk City. to M6.000 murder with a her 272,400 residence at 117 Aberdeen street last .. U00 evening and the arrest uf her alleged Cblrago, An attempt knife a woman In Aug. 10. Fuels Bam. 2.300 Tunnel. 400 at $1.05. at 93.10; 800 at Bck 2.700 at $2.15; 4.900 nt $2.12; $2.17; 5,900 at $2.20; 200 at $2.20. buyer 30: 1.700 at $3.20, teller 60; 500 at $2.17, teller 60. Black Jack, 100 at 72. Crown Point, 1,900 at 11.15 : 600 at $1.15, buyer 10; 100 at $1.17; 600 at $1.15, buver 30. Iron Blossom, 600 at Mountain Lake, 1,600 at 74; 500 at 73. South Oolumbua Con., 200 nt 12.50. Sioux Con., 800 nt 53; 500 nt 54. Seven Troughs. 800 at 67. Victor Con:, 8,000 nt Yankee Con., 1,000 nt 51, seller 60; 1,000 nt 66, seller 60. 27. assailant may result In clearing two 13. murder mysteries that have remained On the unsolved fur many year. From the hotter market was steady; creameries, statement of Mra. Mary Murray, 25 200241-2- : dairies, 20023. Open Board Balsa. Eggs steady, at mark cases Includ- years old, who waa fuund almost un550 at 30. Ajax. conscious on In the sidewalk front of ed, firsts, 17; prime Deck Tunnel, 350 at $2.17; 2JOO her house, It in though possible that a Brats, 18. nt $2.20; 700 at $2.22; 300 at $2.25. Maxwell street prisoner held at the Cheese steady te 12013 station may be charged with the death seller 30; 2U0 at $2.25, seller 60; 1,100 of a woman la Italy and that of a man at 2.27. CLOSING STOCK LIST. Crown Point, 1.450 at $1.15; 100 nt In New York. For five years Mrs. Murray has car- $M2. Chicago, Aug. 10, 1907. I rad King, 500 nt 18. for the living Moiue of her fellow ,..... ......I,..,.. 8i ed . Atchison Mountain I ake, 500 at 73. tenant, James De Lara, who owns a 90 do. pfd., bid Iron Blossom, 800 nt $1.37. grocery In another part of the build93 Baltimore and Ohio Nevada Hills, 200 at $6.00. De Lara ing. 165 Paciflc Yesterday Canadian complained Uncle Bern, 1.300 at $1.02. waa that she not her work propdoing Chicago and North Western . . . .1427 Sioux Con. 500 nt 45. erly. An argument followed and De 2D0 do. pfd., bid Lars, It la charged, attacked her with 24 Colorado Southern Recapitulation. Denver and Hlo Grande, bid.... 34 a large knife. The woman was rut Shares. Value. several times before she fled from the 68 dn pf d ., bid 34.105 $52,072.00 house. She fainted nn rearhlug the Regular Call 3 Erie street and was found suffering from Open Board 16,250 18,799.00 Illinois Central 135 lorn of blood by l'olicenian O'ConuLulavIUe mid N.nihvllle 1064 Forenoon total ..50,355 $71,871.00 Mexican Central, bid 194 nell. After the attention of receiving a MUaouri Pacific 694 ALCOHOL FOR AUTOMOBILES Mrs. Murray made a stateNew York Ceutral 1054 physician, ment to Lieutenant Thomas Coghlaa 118 Pennsylvania Alcohol la reproduced lu the cycle of Concerning her assailant. 91V Reading "De lnra la not his right name." the seasons; It Is absolutely InexRock Island 19; Mrs. Murray told the police. "He is haustible; It Is made out of sunshine 43 do. pfd known In Italy as Carlos Maslelenn and air. and It consumption does not Nt. Paul . .12 and he la wanted In Italy for the mur- lessen the vslne of the soil or the Soufbern Paciflc der of a woman. He escaped from Italy energy of the earth. Gasoline, on the Southern Railway 8 and came to New York under the contrary, represents n part of the stor1 nlon Pacific V name of Charles De There he ed energy of the earth: It exist only do. pfd., bid.. i9 murdered a man at Canal and Front to the extent' of about 2 per cent In K abash ........ .. ...... ...... 12 and came to Chicago. While petroleum, and it supply will in the Wisconsin Central 154 streets future Inevitably fail. Today the aup-plin New York he owned the Hotel Miscellaneous. of gasoline is so much leea than Italto entered and Immigrant 74 Amalgamated Cupper ians. the demand that it praetlcally cannot American Car and Foundry .... 3S To aupport. her statements. Mrs. 1e obtained by many who would uae American Looomollve 624 said that De I .an. be Is it , if all the gasoline engines In Am erl" American Smelting end Refng 904 Murray had on srars several known, his body ra worktsl continuously for n day of do. pfd Id) received In his light with the man lie ten hour they would 'consume aoine 49 Brooklyn Rapid Tranrit had murdered In New York. On ex- 4.iHi.not gallons of gasoline! Then, Colorado Fuel and Iron 24 amination the poMce said thev found Industrial alcohol Is practically conInternational Paper, bid 13 the Kars, but De Lara explained their stant In composition; gasoline, on the National Biscuit, bid 72 presence by aaying they were relics of coo t rat y, ls a mixture, and la generalNational Leid 66 a tight he had when he was a boy. ly badly adulterated. Agnin. alcohol Paciflc Mall 24 Denial of both accusation was made Is beyond all question wafer and more Gaa 87 People's by DeLnra but he would not tell where cleanly to use. Its safetv lies In the Proceed Steel Car 27 he was at the time of the alleged mur- fact that It Is not so readily InflammaPullman Palace Car 16 ders. The Italian consul and the New ble, and that It dissolves in water; Standard Oil 460 York police have taken np the In the erent of fire its dilution with .113 Sugar water, even to tts per rent In whiskey, Tennessee Cost and Iron, bid... 140 will nt once extinguish It Gasoline, YELLOW FEVER IN THE ARMY. on the other hand Is extraordinarily Inflammable, and what is much worse. Cuba. Aug. 15. An It floats on water: in a gasoline Are Cienfuegoa. American soldier here ls suffering the more the water Is used the more from what ls believed to lie yellow fe- the fire spreads. This fart for alcover. This Is the first ease of a soldier hol Is of extreme importance In the being attacked by the disease vine- - quest! n of Insurance and in ita uae tha army of occupation came to the for motorboat. Still, again with alcoInland, and the authorities are some-jrha- i hol. the ni"!l of the exhaust Is alma: apprehensive. Imperceptible; at any rate, gasoline. Produce. produce exchange today the The U. S. Department of Agriculture MAKE that beer is the all foods and of best purest and and thus recognizes that drinks, Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is as much a food as it is a beverage. The Pabst Eight-Da- y Malting Process gives to the beer the highest food value, while the Pabst Perfect Brewing Process gives it the lowest percentage of alcohol in all beers, officially declares Pabst e BlueRibbon Tlie Beer of Quality 2 ' 3 mm had is therefore a genuine temperance drink which doctors prescribe for the sick and aenexnic, while temperance workers realize that by encouraging the use of beer they discourage the use of intoxicating liquors. Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon at meals and between meal and you will find it agrees with you and increases your strength and vitality. When ordering Beer, ask for Pehet Blue Ribbon. Made by Pabst at Milwaukee And Bottled only at the Brewery. y. J.14 Klead A Co., at.. Cedes. titBothtilPhones U. $64.85 for D. A. Aflick the grocer on Q street i WE We have received n number of regarding files, and how to rid the house and barn of them. We deem It not out of place, under tho New York, Aug. 10. For the first circumstances, to reproduce the foltime In many yean n young woman lowing from New Jersey Bulletin No. 233: who went to trial on n charge of havA number of species of files occur In ing attempted suicide, has been con- houses, but most of them do not victed In court here. An attempt nt breed there. The largest percentage suicide ie n felony punishable by Im- consists of the common house fly (Mums domestics), and this is n prisonment in stntei prison for not nuisance In every sense of the term. more than two years," or by n fins of not only nn annoyance, but Is not more than $1,606, or both, but an It ls aa n carrier of any n rule the unfortunates, after arrest actually dangerous, aurt of germ disease. The adult gets and meditation, are given their free- Into everything, walks over everydom. and feeds on or .least-taste- s Rosin Gold Is the young woman thing "Germs" may be almost everything, the culmination Is conviction her and on the hairy puds of the feet taken of n long series of misfortune. Some from up excremraUUopn matter, expecyear ago she was hart by n celling torations or other waste, and may be falling on her; then she lost nil her carried to food or directly to the Insavings in nn unsuccessful business dividual. From n sickroom, files, should venture; again she waa found overmost excluded. come by gaa; and it was believed that beHouse rigidly files may lay eggs u, and he had tried to kill herself. She fell their larvae live in excrementitious from n street car, and n pin which material of many sorts; but the favor waa forced into her arm caused blood food Is horse dung, and In n small Three times she wan s its poisoning. this a grant many may quantltyof Bellevue in hospital, having develop. patient Sometimes they are found beoccasion attempted aulclde, the last In garbage palls or barrels; but these In Central Park, where she drank are more usually used by other speing laudanum. cies. lhe larvae of file are mqggota, and It takes only n little over n week for them to pass through nil the stages egg to adult Developments DYNAMITE from CAR therefora, takes place out doors ns n rule, and only the adulta come Into the house. They hibernate there If given n chance, and In a well warmed A residence files are never entirely for Hyrnm Case, formerly a Saif Lake City Grocer. foO.OO COLLECTED $200.00 for J. E Paine, of Paine & Lyne, the wool buyers. Claim waa twelve ears old. 1177.50 for Jacob Pert ft SonB grocers. Claim over twelve years old. 1247.52 for Mrs. Mary X. Blunford Case. Claim was twelve years old. - - Carina, No. 2 white, 60631-2- : No. 2 white, Rye No. 2. 72076. Barley (load feeding. 480611-2- ; this reaped could not endure comparison. Another advantage for alcohol Ilea In the fact that cylinder and valves do not become plugged with residual products, aa with gasoline, and that l:s combustion 1 cleaner and ita Ignition more perfect. PerAN ENVIABLE haps the greatest advantage possessed by alcohol in n struggle with gasoline, rests in the higher compressibility of Its vapor; the compression of alcohol vapor may safely he carried to 206 pounds per square Inch, while that of gasoline cannot endure more than 86 pounds without danger of premature Next. It requires no more STUDENTS WIN HIGH HONORS IN explosion. kill to operate an alcohol engine than AMERICAN COLLEGES. a gasoline engine. Finally, it may be expected that alcohol can always be made In the locality of the demand; It will nut require, like gasoline, trans- They Are Going Back Home te Spread The Prestige of the United portation through extensive distance. Staten. With proper manipulation, any engine working with gasoline of kerosene can operate, unaltered, with alcohol. of Chicago, Aug. 19. Twenty-o- n it ran he operated with alcohol only the original 106 young Filipino stuat about twice the cost of gasoline. dents sent to the United States by This is shown In n recent test of fuel their native government four years economy, in which three automobiles, ago, to be educated in American colrunning on alcohol, mixture of kero- leges. left Chicago last night for-thsene and gasoline, and gasoline, re- Philippines with diplomas in their spectively, traveled from Trenton, N. pockets, prepared to tackle the inJ., to Atlantic City, 106.1 miles. While tricacies of Twenty-thre- e the alcohol engine ran perfectly nt n of the boy started back home e It aa miles hour. rate of thirty-flvn few day ago and the remaining 47 consumed 14 gallons of alcohol, at have decided to remain In America. 27 cent n gallop constituting n total The students appeared happy bat coat of $5,361-8- , aa against the per- prouder than any of them was Major formance of Its rival, which consumed Edward J. Vattmann, chaplain U. 8. 71-gallons of gasoline, at. 22 cents, A., retired and assistant superintenwith n total coat of $l.6L The relar dent of the insular bureau in charge tlnn of tha two la best shown nn the of nil the Filipino students In this part cost per ton mile, which for alcohol uf the country. works ont to $6.0391, and for gasoline "I am proud to any that every one Profea$0.01354, about half as much of them carried off some kind of honHarsor Robert Kennedy Duncan, la or or prise in the college he attendper's. ed," said Major Vattmann. "Thera was oaly one trouble with them they studied too hard and we had some difficulty In preventing them from overdoing. Their uppermost thoughts were of the day when they would have n hand In conducting affairs of the government. They are quieter than American college students and absence of cigarettes 1 noticeable In the Filipinos." After giving each man hi transportation, $15 and n work on "The Faith of Our Fathers," written by Cardinal Gibbons, Major Vattmann turned the party over to J. E. Vandex, one of the older boys. It la said that not one In the entire MISFORTUNES END IN A NEW 100 failed In Ms examinations. YORK POLICE COURT. . A . Oats No. I, 11, 1907. FLIES. CLEARED BY AUGUST Where She la Triad and Found Guilty of Attempting to Commit Suicide. Ex-IT- Chicago, Aug. 10. The tions were a follows: SUNDAY, HER SHIRE OF ulative sentiment in the market. The content U an Interview with John also published this XX Rockefeller, morning, waa regarded as reflecting ae serious n view of the situation that The l added fuel to (he Baums. weakness la foreign markets helped on the decline, British Consols going to n new low record. Rumor circuBank Statement. lated here without verification of undisclosed money difficulties la Isiudun New York, Aug. 10. The statement the of and Berlin, and the violence of rlearing house banks for the week decline here gave rise to uneasiness hows that the banks hold $7,760,550 local over the consequences to the mmw than the legal rreerve requirealbank statement, The ments. This Is an Increase of $287.-35- 0 position. though it revealed n nominal Increase ns com pa red with last week. The to check failed reserve, the la supply statement: It. la and. decline fact, aggavated the Iian $1,110,463,300; decrease While the week's drastla liquidation jf nacarltlea waa reflected in a kma Deposits $1,076,804,600; decrease eon tract Urn of $18,497,400, It waa be- $22,397,800. .the lieved that syndicate borrowings Circulation $50,155,100; decrease ct the later pan of the week were $28.4n0. got reflected la tble showing. Heavy Legal trader $70,040,000; decrease requirements of tho same sort, also $1,359,100, era to be met nest week. The kiss of Specie $306,846,700; decrease $.V with f LIU,1000 In cash, compared 993,000. estimates of $1,600,000. showed an unReserve $276,906,700; decrease explained drain on reserve resources, which aroused fears of further drastic Reserve required $269,228,150; defarced liquidation. The closing tape crease $5,699,450. was feverish and unsettled and at Surplus $7,760,550; increase $287,-$59- . only aniall recoveries from the lowest k) case. In any . points 8. deposits $14,709,500; invalue, of Total tales bonds, par crease $286,025. $690,000. U. 8. S'e have declined percent on call during the week. 1-- 4 UTAH. FILIPINOS MINING MARKET 63 FUTURES. CHICAGO OGDEN. In - 64 May. 96. Corn New Turk. Aug. 10. There who demoralized tone la the fclort at the uck market today. In the UK n k of disorder. the beam UP of a tire minutes uf the evasion to bought with aone lechleasneaa accroedfcMthc rich the proflu nap extensive fill 1b price. WliB UuU woo BO effective buyThom exception, crumbled ing at any time and price under a ay eim.nl uninterruptedly flood of Okie U all variety of nUea. Tho Pacific railroad stuck. and the copper Industrial! showed the nuist acute weakness, keeping up their undesirable prominence of the week. Union Pari Be fell an extremes 5 k. representing the maximum decline In the active Hat, hut thu Hill atocka, Southern Paciflc. Reading, and Auerl oan Smelting were affected in only leas degree, with ksea running to four points or more. The whole market turned on the togovernmental and public nttitude The statements wards corporations. ns coining published this morning from Attorney General Bonaparte, after his review yesterday with the president, were the central factors In the new anxiety professed by holder 1 he notice thus nerved of securities. In do. pfd. Mackay dOL pfd Markets The WiikMN In ForeignBritish nn Urn Decline. Uke consternation 12U International Metropolitan MARKET DEMORALIZED TONE THE OF THE WEEK. 7:4 11 e EXAMINEE: ........ 84 Cal-abr- o y u ........ 1 ' collecting from to $800.00 every day. We will collect some money for you If you turn in your claims. OF dormant . Memphis, Tran., Aug. 10. Ail of the Western Union company's operators nt this point, with the exception of the manager and chief operator. went oq strike this afternoon. The strike was caused by the dismissal of five operator who had refused to work with men in the Dallas, Texas, office. The strikers also Included the wire chiefs. It ls expected that the night mra will follow the action of the day force. non-unio- n FIRST VIOLENCE OF STRIKE. Chicago. Aug. 10. First violence in the telegraph operators strike In Chicago occurrej early today when a clerk in the main office of the Postal Telegraph company was knocked down in Clark street aa he waa on his way home from work. Two mra who, he derlared. had been following him, came nut of an alloy and attacked him. The clerk refused to give bia name. THIRTY-THRE- E WALK OUT. Merchants ProtectiveAssociation Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts 77, 78, IS, 94, 97, 9 . Another common species ls somewhat larger than the house fly, metallic green or blue In color, and this la attracted to the breeds In garbage and animal and vegetable refuse of all kinds. If n garbage pall le left uncovered or loosely covered in sumNINE PERSONS ARE KILLED AT mer for three or four days. It will he found swarming with the maggots ESSEX, ONTARIO. of this species, ranging in lire from those Just out of the egg to half grown so obTerrific Explosion Felt for Fifteen or more. These flies are not so not do and indoors usually trude Mile Are Doctors Hurried to bother the person er get Into cooked the Scene in Automobiles food. Larger yet, and comparatively more rare, le (he "blue bottle," or "blue Detroit, Aug. 1. A ear of dyna- fly; s dull blue, stout, bristly species, mite. Intended for use In blasting nt which makes n loud bussing noise the lime kilna crossing at the mouth and la more annoying from that cause of (he Detroit river, exploded today than from almost any other. The at Essex, Ont, causing great destruc- larvae or maggots from this species de tion to property and the injury of n velop chiefly is decaying animal matnumber of people. One report says ter. A dead mouse will support a even persona were killed. The ex- dosra; a dead nt will mature a large plosion destroyed the depot and freight brood. house. Green's grocery and Mill's All these Alee are actually scaventore nod broke every window In Es- gers. hence they have a real function sex. and the best way to deal with them A number of people from nearby le to remove the cause for their extowns have gone to their assistance. istence Allow no decaying matter The explosion waa felt for fifteen In or close to the house, and keep all miles. garbage receptacles so tightly cqyered The latest report from Essex re- that the filet eanot get nt the conceived at Windsor, Ont, In that nine tents to lay eggs. Files do not Uke the dark and will persona were killed by the explosion and that every house In the town, fly out of a small Ughted opening. If which has 2,500 Inhabitants, wan de- the remalder of the room be darkened. stroyed. Essex la seventeen miles They are atttracted by food odors, from Windsor. hence are most numerous In kitchens Give them no Physidlans from Windsor and De- and dining rooms. troit hurried to the scene In automo- chance to get food and they will not biles. Uv long; hence In parlors and netting rooms kept darkened and free EVEN WIRE CHIEFS QUIT. from food particles, flies are rarely era. Besides these larger species which may he kept out by care and screens, there are often found, especially In late summer and early tall, very small flies, with bright red eyes. These are the pommaee files," and they are attracted to, develop la fermenting fruit Julcee of all kinds. A basket of overripe grapes, or an apple or pear, beginning to decay, attract a warm from the surroundings at very short notice, and with the disappearance of the mnterisl that attracted them the files also disappear. FORT WORTH OUT. Francla a 99 and 100 Commercial National Bank Build-lag- , Balt Lake CKy Luke, General Mgr. "Seme People Dont Like Ua. First Methodist Episcopal Church block eaat of Washington avenue on Twenty-fourt- h tract. David W. Crane, pa tor. Sunday services: Sunday school, 10 a. m. B. E. Newton, superintendent International lesson. Sermon at 11 a. m. by the paetor. Subject, "Wonderful Love." Class meeting follows the regular morning service, led by E. J. Wherry. Epworth League at 7 p. m., led by Guy B. Anderson. Topic, "Enduring Persecution." No preaching service in the evenOne-ha- lf ing. The public is cordially worship with u. Invited to First Presbyterian church, John Edward Carver, pastor. The regular services will be a follows: Morning worship nt 11. Theme, "Just What la Meant by Having Faith in Christ" Burnley school nt 10. Endeavor nt 7. Evening preaching nt 9. Theme, "The Renewal of Life aa Revealed In the Truth of Jeaua Christ as Demonstrated by Nature, and aa Desired In the Heart of Man. There will be special music nt each service. Columbus. Ohio. Aug. 16. Western Union telegraphers truck here this afternoon. i St Fuulq German Evangelical church, corner Jefferson avenue and 23rd street Theodore Wobus, paator. Morning service nt 11 o'clock. This service Is. conducted In the German language, and all German people te the city are cordially invited to ah trad. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Tbs Earnest Workers meet Tuesday evening nt 9 o'clock. Church of the Good Shepherd, corner Grant and 24th. Alfred Brora; rector. Eleventh Sunday after Trin7:30 a. ra ity. Early celebration Sunday school, 9:45. Morning prayer and sermon, 11. No evening sen vice. Morning topic; The Transflf uration. The Christian Science Society bnldi service at 11 a. m. In the new Baltic Temple, Washington Avenue, be and Twentyolxte tween Twenty-fiftSunday SouL" streets. Subject: school at 10 3 m. Wednesday evratef testimonial meetings are held st I p. m. The public Is cordially invited to attend three services. Free reeling rooms are open dally, except a Sundays, from 2 to 6 p. m. In building. h n. Reorganized Church of Jeaua Christ of Latter-DaSaints, hold service In their church edifice on the corner of Fifteenth street and Washington Ave. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching In the morning nt 11 a. m. by Patriarch E. C. Iirlgga. Preaching at I p. m. by Apostle F. M. Sheehy. Zion's Rellglo-Literar- y Society meets 01 Wednesday evening nt I p. m. 10. Because Lutheran church, corner Jefferson Pueblo. Cola. Aug. t, they were naked to work with non- avenue and 23rd street O. A. union mra at Denver the local Westpastor; residence 2305 Jefferern Union operators went on strike nt son avenue. No morning service, pat-to- r 1:15 this afternoon. nt Bingham. Sunday school nt Elm-quls- Thirty-thre- e 10 a. m. Luther league nt 7:00 p. a. Christian Kindergarten Subject. Work." Miss Laura Swanson, leader. Evening service nt o'clock. Ban mon by the pastor. The Ladles' All Society meets Thursday afternoon te the school room. Entertained by Mra Sorensen, AU members are cordially are especiaInvited, and lly welcome. Seventh-Da- y Adventists meetings. In the tent located on corner of Quinstreet cy avenue and Twenty-secon- d Subjects for the week are aa follows: Sunday night, "The Four Great Beaata REMAIN AT WORK. in Daniel 7." Monday night, "The Stone In Daniel 3." Tuesday night. a meeSt Louis, Mo., Aug. 10. Ateonini For What Purpose la Christ Comof tho union of local the ting ing?" Wednesday night,. "When Will telegraphers, held lset night, 1 Christ Come?" Thursday night, "The clal practically all the Western Sealed Book." Friday night. "The which Ion Postal Telegraph operatara w 'Millenium. ." No meeting Saturday of and Louis were represented, jt St moat MeetAll made welcome. w night. work pending remain at to decided ings conducted by Elder Paul Iver-otractions from President Small. y Fort Worth, Texas, Aug. 10. AH Western Union operators struck last night when news of the Dallas strike was received. They quit in a body at 9:80 and the company la refusing all business. The Associated Press has the only Western Union wire working out of Fort Worth. We are 1600.00 OPERATORS DIVIDED. St Paul, Mins, Ang. 10. The exe ntlve committee of the telegraP met and advised the men to ra nt work and not to refuse to n men In other cities. with w non-unio- FREE SHOW Every Night-SYLVA- PARK .