THE MOBKISG There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which promotes digestion. This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians, and they accordingly use and recommend it exclusively. ROYAL. BAKIKA M ADC It Williams, was handed down in the court t onlay afternoon. By Uia terme of rhe decree the plaintiff 1a the custody of the four minor nr- - m grantnd children that are the Isouo of the unNoil ion. The boun taold goods and a piece of property formerly occupied by the No, 120 litigants. Permenant alimony of $- -' ...No. 56 per month for the maintenance of the children ia ali allowed. EXAMINER TE1EPHONES yi-a- EDITORIAL ROOMS IMipiNMilt 'PhMit Bell 'Phoes, two ring BUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Phono Bell 'Phono, eno ring.... The High School Orrhestra, a hick played at the entertainment Riven hy the younR ladies of St. Joseph' church on Friday evening, at tha Fifth ward amusement halt, have received many compliments for (he earelltnt muato which they rendered. BREVITIES Sink A. B. C. Smith, of North r pnpll of Prof. Ballantynu, Is to sing R solo la tha Tahrrnocls Monday afternoon, The board of county coil mission era and the county officials are in receipt of an invitation from the Satc Board of Equalization to attend a uonvemloa of assessors of lanes, to bo held at Brigham City, Bos Elder county, Monday. December 18. . The object of the convention Is for the purpose of discussing the assessment of taxes, in general. It is believed that thin convention will be of service not only to the workers in the department, to which the work relates, but to the tax payers of the stale In general. A program has been arranged and the various phases of assessment work will be dealt with by experts la those departments. The Object of the Conveniioa and a Welcome Greeting, by County Assessor Ellas eusen, of Brigham, 18 aiisutes. Practical Hints Preliminary to Assessment Work, by II. P. Burt, of Brigham City, 10 miuutSM. Qualifications snd Equipments of iJeputic, by H. N. Holler, of 10 minutes. Who Should Fix the Valuation of Beal Estate? by John B. Finn, of Willard, 10 minutes. Should Indebtedness be Dednctel from the Value of Real Estate? hy Ckas. E. Foxley, county nuontry, 3 minutes. Suggestions on How to Assess Transient Herds, by A. O. Ball, of KuF ton, and C. C. Toyne, of Uroues Creek, IS minutes. Instructions and Suggestions on Assessment Work, by stale buerd of equalisation. 30 mlnfatu. How to Apportion is ibe Various Precincts, the Taxes from Canals, Branches of Hallroaila. Telephone Lines, etc., by E. 1L Jones, of Kelton, 10 minutes. IIow Can W Assess to Avoid Tiou-bl- e In Collecting Taxes ou Mortgages? by 8. N. Cole, of Corllnne. 5 minute. In What t3Uup Shall ihe "Blotters" and "Statements" of the Assessor Go to HU Deputies, snd How Shall They lie Extended? by J. W. Palmar, or Park Valley, 10 minutes. What are the Relative Duties of thd Recorder, the Surveyor and tha Assessor In Perfecting Plats, Transfers of Real Fieture, etc., by J. K. llolda-wsof Deweyville. 10 minutes. Question and answers will be allow d on each and every snbjoet of this program, and also resolutions will be passed al the doss of the meeting covering the conclusions on the subjects spoken upon, and the county attorney I expected to he present to answer all legal questions. Tre-monto- 1M WILLIAM ITU RCA YORK. CO Ob-Ea- r, SALT LANE BASKET BALL PLATERS BEAT WEBER STAKE of Or ffea died at Park City, Utah, lVcurnbrr In the Welter Stake amusement hall 13, el humontiage. The Interment will ,n Washington avenue, the basket ball al he in tha Ogden Oily cemetery. The teams of the Latter Day Saint' cortege will leave Klcbi-y'vrralty of Salt Lake, end of the Weberfuneral partoca at 10 o'clock Saturday.' stake academy, contested for suwith the result that at the preniary, I A demurrer to the complaint In the end of the game the Salt Lake team ease of George Halverson vs, William Iwere victorious, winning by a score Glaamenn et el, was argued and sub-m- i of S3 to 19. The game was closely contested i ted la the district court yesterday afternoon before Judge Armstrong, throughout and It waa not until the Who took the granting of the demurrer end of the game that it could safely be said which would be the winner. under advisement. Arthur E. Prall There was plenty of rooting by the for the plaintiff and Bulla B. Fhrue-yrort- Arthur E. Evans, formerly Vnl-fuuar- , y, COUNTY SCHQOLFUKD County Superintendent of Schools Pali arson, submitted a communication to the board showing the distribution of the county school fund up until adherents of both of the teams, a December 8th. 19u5. The report show for tha defendant. large number of students of tha two ed the amount appropriated 913.813; being on hand to cheer their school population, 8.495; amount per The attorneys In the case of Arthur schools capita Ogden city, fl.50: amount per Conllsk and Will R. Swan, charged team to viciory. capita, Wrber county school district, with obtaining money under false pre1.00. which has been before tenses, Judge CHAMPION SHOT, MRS. Clark Rolapp reported having receivin the municipal court, for a Murphy ed an application from Kate S. Champrclimiijary hearing, completed their BENNET, VISITS OCDEN berlain, of Evanston, Wyoming for the argument yesterday afternoon. At the in the schools. position of conclusion of the nrgumrata Judge lie also reported that tbs contract Murphy took the case under adYlse-men- t, Mrs. Rennet, a champion woman for the rental of typewriters used iu and will announce his decision abut, who represents the Infallible Ike High school had expired and recnext week. Powder company, paid Ogden a visit ommended that in making a new conIn company with Malt tract it bo made to run until the end The second of the series of dancing yesterday. Browning, John Browning, Archie the present school year. parties to he given by the Alumni as-- ! Bigelow and 'Jno. Becker, she paid a of lie had checked the treasurer's acvMt to the grounds, and count nud found It to he correct. last evening lu Toltorft dancing acad- demons! rat ltd shooting her ability with a shotThe younger sot mas out in gun. The party represented emy. some of fore amt wtieu 13 o'clock arrived the the JOHN PlNCOciTisJDEAD beet shuts lif as the strains of "Home, B treat Home," were four gentlemen are America, for remembered heard with regret, for It had I men one match with a crack Montana The death took place at 3:45 this of the must enjoyable and Muwessful their team, at the local racing ground, of John Plncoek from heart morning parties yet given bjr iho asaocisAion. 1995. when 23, February they and congestion of the lungs. a four team world record of 93 failure niaed at 165 Mr. tlncock, who lived A decree gran ting a divorce to Urn. out of luo, shouting at clay pigeons. Twenty-thirlife afreet, wee Martha H. Williams from Peter C. This record stands today. resident of Ogdon. He had held many office, being twice in the ciiy council and twice a county commissioner. The deceased was Ibe father of Sergeant Plncorfc. The funeral will he announced later. ' h . OF DOCTOR Helna Apple Butter, 3 and tbs. atone Jars, sells for 50e and Richelieu Canned Corn, String Beans, Golden Wax Buns, Pineapple, Heins Mincemeat, Oranges, Figs. Dates and Bananas, Goods; Plum Pudding in cans, all aiaea: Nuts, Imported Grenoble Walnuts, California Walnuts, Fllberte. Pecans, Bra-xNShelled Pecans. Walnut, and Almonds, Candied The largest stock In the city. We have built up a reputation for selling only the beet of tho good things carried by grocers. Wo want you to bo one of thooc who will help ut to maintain this petition. Wo always have "a large line of fruits and vegetables. Suo-cotaa- Frwnco-America- n a, WILCOX GROCERY CO. 2462 Washington Avenue. Phone 240 SCHOOL FROM Message, MaSe s lu. Small present very often serve tre purpose. We realize many peepe make this soil of gift nd hJve prepared for It. -- i There are a hundred or more article! her for men and women costing less than two dollars, which will ahow your "heart is in the right place," when presented. - i v:th te tiov.ds to our store. Open evenings. At the Big Clock, Washington Ave. Ia-rifi- - Dec. 15 Tit which has been bearing tl Slit Take. Jews r the Bsi: firniary. again Tribune for im r:. brought iu tlie defendant. Tiu ing ihe uun.p.iiKii ol ch.trgi 1 .liviu rrh . i..-in conn-e- t ton with l.tratton of the infiro-a-- . f.iM-iiiK- J. S. LEWIS & CO., Jewelers -- TRIBUNE WINS SUIT. suit of William IL Come MEET. 1.. Thu dirofioin York. c the Chicago. Rock Island aud railway company, the opera' ing company of ilia Hock Island wyetcin, nn-- t here today and decided ut rodne-t ire dividend on the stuck for ihe quarter from 5 to t pur cent, putting the stock on a d pur cent inarewd of an S pur ount annual bssle. The opinion waa officially expressed that the January dividend upon the preferred stock should be pas si'il. Xi- if .j'. .! 1305. 16, SMITH'S 2 6TH AND WASHINGTON. Phones: Ind. 1163; Bell 340-- LOUIS JAMES AS VIRGINIUS. x Aa actor naturally endowed with all of tha physical charm, dignity and artistic ability to create the part ia Louis James, who presented Virgin-iusat the Grand last evening, and his revival of this classic met .with aa RECEIVES IT MRS. ELIZABETH SAMPSON TAKES enthusiastic reception. BOARD This drama has been before the FIRST WARD MEMBER. DRUG AND DIES. publio since 1830, has bent presented by some of the notable acton of the Mr. James' Interpretadun of day, in Which No Reference Reason for Fatal Act of Marriod Wom- that yet historic part lacks nothing, for to Mayoralty, Is Laid on an, Who Laavao Family, la ha teems to have divoroed the amor Table. Unknown. and become the man whom he de- DEATH pict. To have asoonmiMisd what Mr. the regular weekly meeting of awn Inexplicable reason Mrs. James has, Is nor tha work of a day tho board ri adwaiioa, held last even-lu- Elisabeth a week, hut le the result of years at 978 or hard in tho romp of the board (a the Twenty-secon- Bampeou, residing work and conscientious studv. took a das of of The street, Bcvlf-- s bulkllng, Dr. E. M. piny ftealf Is full of depth, of Conroy. the strychnine yesterday afternoon, and member from the First ward and tha after a brief and of the culture that was so period of agony expired aa feeling chamcteristlc of tha Roman civilizaiwcsuJy elected mayor of Ogden City, a reeuft of bar rash acL and the actor seems to live in tendered his rod gnat Ion. Shortly after dinner Mrs. Sampson tion, In his raagnation the doctor did not waa seen by some of her neighbors, that aariier day, so (hr removed from refer to ihe fact that he to and waa apparently in the best of theHepresent. surrounded himself with n the mayor on January 3, but spirits. She talked cheerfully and gar coterie has of capable aetors whose work simply Katud that he resigned no iutimatiun that she was contemplatis worthy of (hat at thrtr principal, from the First ward. taking her own life. Prealduot Joyce slated ihat ha ingAbout 3:33 In the afternoon she en- and the whole presentation ia made thought that the resignation should bq tered a room in her house and within with a comp let soesa of detail such aa it ia a pleasure to have seen. laid ou, the lable, and Mr. G william, a aliort time groans were heard .by puuing It aa a motion, ft eras ordered others In the house. who upon InvestiVoltaire Justly considered Cardinal iluu the reaigiunion be laid upon the gation found that Mrs. Sampson hade architect of the th table until the first of the year. a dose of poison and waa suf- j taken The finance cenunltiee reported haronarthy.' and great parent Dickson was lr. lnienrely. faring civilisation. History pro ing reradvud from the county tre summoned and arrived at the home him on, tha one hand as a vindurer on aocount of school taxes fur (he of Mr. Sampson, hut was too late to , inflexible, crafty and uncrupuyear cf 1905, (9,354, which knaves icate her life, although he worked over lotis ca-- h batanoe on hand of 811,348.54. man, whose subtle inventions, her fur a considerable period The Miliary com mi tire reported The deceased was ihe wife of Henry irrespective of the result, were always tha: there waa one case of smallpox Sampson, who is employed hy the conceived either to gratify him epec- ambltton or advance hia dicta- anl two case of diphtheria in the Raker Chy Mining company at Raker! oliy. political aspirations; while on waa two the of aud root her City. Ore., the othM' hand he wna one of the most Superintendent Allison reported that mall children. after haying consulted With the teach-that patriot The remain were turned over to )ev0e rBC history, who lr-committee, he tad transferred Albert F. Richey, to be prepared for ' h,v MIm Nellie Fulmer from the Dee to burlal. and Mr. Bampeou waa tele respective of condition i. aUte or creed, the Grant school, and MUa Joel Sea- graphed to, announcing the death of always selected hla lieutenant from man from the Grant to the Dee his wife. The arrangements for tho the ablest aspirant. Louis James, school. The change were approved funeral will not be made until Mr. who will include "Richelieu" in hla repertoire here, presents the "RichJy ihe board. Sampson has been heard from. elieu" that Voltaire drew subtle, lie called the attention of the hoard tower of ecclesito (he fixing of the salary of H. C. crafty, vindicative, astical strength and political distincJacob, the truant officer. The que FARR IS NOT LIABLE iton cf salary to be paid waa left to FOR HITTING PIPE LINE tion, whose greatest ambition ia to see Francs mistress of the world and I)r. Richelieu her sponsor. In presenting In regard to the stale teachers' conThe Jury In the case of the Ogden this complex character to follow vention. Mr. Allison reported that It waa to be held Ja unary Louis James displays his wonand asked Rapid Transit company va. Isaac Farr, the stride (rout what allowance. If any, was to Its after several hour' deliberation, re- derful versatility one to the other is a great one, yet mule to the teauhriw at Lending by the turned a verdict in faiTir of the board. It was decided to tueke the rendering a verdict of "no so consummate is the art of this excellent actor, that, like a colossus, he came allowance to ( each urq'ar tending cause for action." the convention us wax made last year. The verdict of the Jury sustains the strides the gap and offers two characdecision rendered in the municipal terisations absolutely different, yet court from which the case was ap- each a cameo rat delineation. JUDGE'S DOC JEFF" There are few actor of Mr. James' pealed by (he plaintiff company to the attainments end popularity, and still PRESIDES IN COURT district court. The action was a suit to recover fewer who possess his vast experience, flop damage alleged to be due the little wonder, therefore, that hts presThere waa sin argument In 'the plaintiff, for damage done to ha pipe ent tour has (teen the most successBwaixCoolikk 1km ring before Judge line In Ogden canyon aa the result of ful in his entire career. At the Grand down was that not Murphy yesterday . a rock rolling down the aide of (he tonight. on ins calendar, aud for a time It was from the defendant's quara most effective one, ftr ft willed for mountain ry, and hitting their pipe line. TICKET OF LEAVE MAN." a luuuirni the eloquence Judge and be acknowledged that he Matinee This Afternoon. t DIRECTORS - " Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 15. Fourteen indictment writ returned by tho federal grand jury here today against common carriers, railway officials, shippers and freight agents, charging tho giving of rebates and conspiracy to gain rebates. Fourteen indictments was returned as follows: George 11. Crosby, of Chicago, general traffic manager of the Chicago, Burlington !r Quincy railroad. George 1 Thomas, broker of 330 Broadway, New York, a merchandise broker. L. B. Tagger:, New York, Crosby 'a chief clerk. The Chicago A Alton Railroad company. and John X. Faithorn and K. A. Waun. formerly vice president and general freight agent, respectively, of ihe railroad company. The Cudahy Hacking company. Swift Company. The Armour I'scUing company. The Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Faul Railroad company. Nelson Morris. Edward Morris and Ira N. Morris, comprising the partnership of Xrisou Morns 4b Company. D. II. Kreaky, Kansas City, freight broker. A The chargi-- against ihe Chu-aAlton, and Messrs Faithorn and Wanu are identical wilh those made in the Indictments returned by the federal grand jury at Chicago on Dec. 1". ROCK ISLAND iw- ROUTE TO CONROY Railroad Officials, Shippers and Oth-ar- e Guilty of Giving Rebates. 7c.. f NTh- -h FOURTEEN INDICTMENTS. In Our List of Good Things for Holidays rarj-i- RESIGNATION STRYCHNINE kg d THEYRE ALL INTERESTED TiO 0G5ES, UTAH, EAItTBOAT M0RXI5JG, DECEMBER EXJLM15TEB: TO DISCUSS TAX ASSESSMENT A Matter of eJtk 09. jt ni'ij-iminiii- i trfM .i br At g d u e j 35c per doifB for Eggs with at 0ti of goods. Our regular protT-don- t more than that which pay one of many those trading elsewhere. That Furs Apple Cider U v.L , Fresh-lai- d other at, per tab uttse Someth iug ond to none. Pound 1 delirious wc 2SC Sardines New pack, tin od fish in oil per can Mustard, per can Pur Lard Bring your pail and get A pail for A pall for pail for flav.,r en.w .gj d i15 COAL Rock Springs Nut, 300 poumL$!.oo KINDLING WOOD, pound ,...tG DIAMONDS i ; - fOR ! - I Perfect Cut i Fine Color Lowest Price . Jqj-ce- ALLEYS ," 3-- 4, e--f d TIRED OF LIFE. SIMPLY Just Call 1 s, wsa beaten. It scenifi that Judge Murphy's dog Jeff was in court, snd when the noou liour arrived Jnrigu Muglnnis waa in the niktei of hi argument. In the course of which hi voice rose Considerably above die. ordinary conversational tone. The Judge noticed that ft waa almost noon and had suggested that a recess be taken, but Judge Murphy told him io proceed with his argument. Jeff evidently took exception to Ihe arrangement, for when the attorney voice became wrong he set lip a yell that, completely silenced the Your Judge, who said to Ihe court, honor. 1 have no objection to continuing, but I think that your dog ha." Jeff was tuhduud, bift the climax came when court adjourned. Attorney Johnson had left hi overshoes behind the Judge's desk, and when he went to get them ft waa to find that the dog chewed the heel off one. Jeff evidently thought that If he could nut get even with Judge Maginuis that he would even things up hy destroying the projierty of one of his axxoclu'es in the case. Considerable merriment was caused by the two incident and ft took the court, coiuddcrahle time to regain lis judicial dignify. New York, Doc. 15. A young man giving the name of Felix Frank, 20 years of age, and hia occupation ns ihsl of a banker of the City of Mexico, was taken from a Broadway restaurant. today where he bad attempted suicide by shouting. He is in the New York honplial in s critical condition. Frank enid lu- - lived at a hotel in There iL was Eighteenth learned he had arrived and registered on December it. was learned that the young iii.m had numerous callers had born melanthere, Ihu choly several i!ayn. The clerk had been (old by the management to hold up Frank's ke- - r hen he returned last night until ho had communicated with , the manager. No reason i given Try Frank fur his art beyond ih fact Iluu he did not care to live. REED HOTEL HAMMOND It 39x Bell Flavoring Extracts Blue Label WAY DOWN EAST." The following are tho arrivals at thq Reed for the last twenty-fou- r hours: E. M. Fowler and wife. Balt Lake; J. H. Sturnman, Denver; w. E. Hurd, Boston; B. M. McCanen, Denver; R. A. Norris and wife, Ogden: A. P. Goorge, Baltimore; C. V. Gibbs. Ogden; P. A. Peterson. Ogden; E. Dsir-dgg-t. New York; R. Bllx, Alaska; H ry Buurniann, Newark, N. J.: Louis Janie and wife, New York; Geo. A. Edcs, New York; J. A. Murphy, Chicago: T. Dragle, New York: W. Hockett, New York; Miss Grace Moseley, Ogden; Miss A. M. Shaffer, New York; Mr. Garrison and wife, New York; H. C. Barton, New York; T. Y MattChas. C. Settle, New hews, Balt York; T. Sullivan, New York; A. F. Towler, Chicago, Up They will be plsased to givi on . Information The Lulu Sutton company will give another of their popular Saturday afternoon matinees today, with "Tha Ticket of Leave Man, os the drawing attraction; Miss Iailn Sutton appearing as Bsralvel Willoughby. Next week, commencing Sunday night the attraction will be "M'Llsi" or "The Pride of tha Sierras." "Way Down Ernst." Lottie Blair Parker's Idyllic play of New Hampshire farm life, comes to tbs Grand on Mon. day night. The play Is one that appeals not to n limited clssi, but to everybody with s spark of sympathy, s liking for an Interesting story and s relish for good, wholesome fun. There are many reasons for Its popularity. It pathetic theme, its genial humor, its charming pictures of country life. Its quaint characters snd striking realism. But Its more potent element undoubtedly Is tbs strong human interest that permeates every scene. To this mil classes and creeds must yield their sympathy. Mrs. Parkers work, so admirably produced under the akll-fdirection of Mr. Joseph Griamer, will be Interpreted by n cast that has been especially selected for Its Individual capability. St. Twenty-Fift- h is the ons that ia leading ALL OTHERS and best ef all, your grocer finds it a ready seller, TRY IT No Xmas Present ul ARMOUR DISCUSSES CHARGES. Chicago. Dec. 15. In an Interview bora tonight regarding the indictments returned by the federal court at Kansu City, J. Ogden Armour, bead of the Armour Backing company, aaiil: "I understand the chargee relate entirely to eblfmentB from Kansu City to Europe. In each caar the packers have paid the full rate established by the railroad on aadh shipment. This rate open o anybody making such shipments, and there was not any rebate'. concussion or discrimination whatever to the chipper In respect of this transaction. It has tong been a question betwen? the Interstate commerce commission snd the railroads whether the tranrponoCon of property from Interior cities of (he United Stales upon a through rate over railroads and ocean stetunaMps to foreign countries la within the provision of the In turn tale commtroe act or the jurisdiction of (he Interstate commerce commission. , I understand that the Burlington railroad has conafetently maintained (he position that It Is not and has so refused to file such tariffs with the lntfrrtafe commence commission. go fur as I ou tee, the queetton raised by the3 indictments la whether the railroads are required to file with commerce commledon the intra-statand publish ihe through tariff on such through ehipmens to Europe. With that queetton the shippers, like the packers here, would have no control or concern." WELL HIDDEN. can give mere lasting pleasure than an Edison Call and Phonograph hear the latest record. Gillette Safety Razors It la reSleds, Skates Hammond, wiHriod In Albany, N. Y., and charged wHb killing hia wife and locking her body in a trunk, baa been seen at or near Forsyth, Rosebud county. e A full line ef carving acta, which to that effect have been wired having bought at raducsd prices the New York authorities. It is rewe will give our customers the benported that on November 30 Hath' morn! was seen in Missoula, but all i efit ef. efforts to locate him proved friiiUssa Young Strong, the Albany boy who came west with Haiamond. deserted him at Missoula, after learning of the L. SEALSKINS GO UP. charge egalnBt him. Strang came here and told the story of their sensational 306 25th Street. Victoria. II. . Di. 13. Sealskins trip snross the continent. The an will com to v : cent, more Ilian last thoritiee tried in vain to find Ham jeer, tlui lo:n(: !he advance In morn! near Misaoula. prices realized ,ir ihe annual sale of sealskins in GUNBOAT FILLS BILL. today when retold pi ices wore obtained. The Herln? Yt. Topper Mosul and British ColumWavhinglon. Dec. 15. The special bia coast oaT'u-of Victoria sealer board, which conducted (he trial of d atmvim-to 11. ion skins and were the gunlMtnt. Paducah on her cruise sold fur from ?.:i to 2'5. roine lo't from New York to Newport News, hns going a high a $27. The average repotted to tlie department ihat the price Iasi yum was $18. Tlie cwU'h of giiulirvu. under full load, made a Iht- - Cep Horn schooners were sold speed of 13.8 knots. Certain WATCHES AND ikti' for $i Many of ihee vure repairs, however, are required by her aw the m net being eiagy. ivg, dynamo engines end in accordance !t Pscille skin. good a ih The with the board's recommendation, the JEWELRY .wd were due to the Pacini :ih hns been ordered to the navy high price; and yard at Norfolk, where The work will increasing rf foal-kin- a CANE SUGAR PRODUCTION. the greatly Ir.creapnd demand. The bu done. price brough in Ixindou todny are the The Pacudah Is under orders for Washington, Dec. 15. A report of in Dominion waters and will con- tho biiresn of statistics on the sugar higher; on nc:--,- . tinue her cru!e Muih earlv in Janu- brought into the United 8tstes during Our Specialty is Repairing END TEN YEARS' COURTSHIP. ary. the year 1905, shows that of the worth of sugar brought in durIowa Cii. A conn-hlwe, Dei. 13. worth PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS. ing that ' period. 850.000.O00 of teu ie mV 'landing, wm 2287 War ft, Ave. enme from Hawaii, Porto Rico and the Unfitwhen i.nla. Choare. AVaariigion, Dm. 13. The president Philippines. This shows a decided inUTAH. OGDEN, cotiKin of Hon r; itui Chon to. was wed todav .sent the following nominations crease shove previous years. "The value of In the fuuue: imported from Cubs this Co::mi1 General William Haiviaon year is also fir higher than the value Bradley. lltlmiU. at Manchester, Eng. of the amount Imported lat year, T iiirei States Attorney Oscar law-le- though the quantity was about 300.-00- 0 Tiffin. Cauca-i- a. where it I altos-thRussian authorities are dlKriuii.-iuaw.hcrn district of California. pounds less. In previous years of beet suarms to tin Armenian rn.i iud-ingeneral of New Mexico. only a very small quantity them lo massacre the Tnrr.ra. Iff1' M- .'rjan gar was 'iiiponed and Ciila again h Llewellyn. H far In (he lead of all the nations In Armenians art sllugud. with ihi-Rsq'siers of and office- - Tlir-mif the irpop-- -. to 5.i.vi snrar emie. Bur lei hi rlanuc Mauuu; R. Ida; t'-- l Oio-w- . a- - San-.yJvaa;aKe o' the oppnrtnniiy Fr, . M.: IMwjrd W. Mt? ia ha vp 1r.va-.fuRUSSIANS INCITE ARMENIANS. For., k: ("aytun. N. M.: Howard n; Riwtuill. X. M. Uu?u. Inc hid tog rhore of- Trrt.i; r 13. The Turkof public mom-t'ontoanUnmde. Dee. ptnyhf ng rThf cpr.'" hare been ms ie again him h! relatM. Weller, st Bant Fe. X. M.; ish ambsrrador at St. Peerrtarg has chiHren a well a m'-n- . ' l w f ihu Tukish Cr-ueative- are our. u Ui- Hurrv D. r.nwman. w Jat been ineirnc'.ed to . TMlw ton. him t'nni! ;l.v wer ii'.iavai'lag. N. M. tention :o the eerimif ei'.iia'bre at Helena, llonr., Dec. 15. ported here that John vu Ad-ric- s S. Hutchison, H. P. UPP e pr-f- er-yi- 9150,-000,0- T- - p r. x .u. e r cui-.sit- ! Ru-.-'i.'- s s a-- I'K-s- !