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ir, MoWHH , . yf ' " 4 . raNMaMa4M M(Win MWi PICKETT EXAMINER: OGDEN, MORNING TI1E BIG OPERATORS FOR VERiNGTON. Basis of Company. tl Soli Lake. lire. 4. Another rral. ana organ gonuuie aiming company Uehlud it isod in this city jesu-raay- . la some of the atmngt-s- i aud beat min-ia- g tek-n- t in Salt Lake. Michigan and California, and a splendid block of Vegetables Staple and Fancy oopporboanug territory lu the Yering-tu-n district, Nevada, la tbe basis upon which the eurporailon ha burn formed. It is known at the Yerington Central Cupper company. It la capitalized at $6,NM).flUO, vriih shares at a par raise of 16 each. Of the capital stock 109.000 hares have hern placed In 0 the treasury. In the placing of shares fur aubacripuun 25,mhj shares have been allot ed tu Salt Lake, and tke balance goes tu California, Michigan and Ohio, at $1 a share. The suck haa, It la understood, all been GROCERIES ALWAYS NICE AND FRESH j ' 10U.-UU- Ave. Tbe officer, and directors of the aew company are all prominent men, as follows: W, Mont Kerry, presi dent; J. J. Beatty of Michigan, vice president and general manager; lleber M. Wells, treasurer; J. Frank Judge, secretary; the remaining members of the board being H. U. McMillan. M. 11. Walker and W. C. Mans of Hall Lake; Charles Mariaer of Han Fran Cisco, and Newton Evans of Loa An-le- Halt The properly of the company embraces eight full claims and two fraction 170 acres lu all, adjoining the mines of the Kevada-Uuuglaand Ludwig companies on tha north. This properly was rounded up by J. J. Beatty, who is a well knows mining uian of tbs Michigan copper country aud a shareholder of prominence In the Calumet A Arisons company of Hisbee, Aria., the Thomas F. Cole property, so called. Ii has been on Mr. Beattys repruesntatious, barked by the concurrence of Captain O. A. Tibbetts, who Is retained as consulting engineer of the coippany. that the men mentioned have gone into lbe proposL tkm, not for slock Jobbing purposes, but to mins. s to atork ot fury Raisins, Currants, Citron, Oranita and Lemon Im! haa arrived. They ara choice, clean aiock, and tha boat that money ran buy my place In tbe city. Wa alao have on banj n supply of aura apple elder, guaranteed to be tha beat on tbe market. Made from aelect and cl nan apples. Nov la n golden opportunity to get the Ter beat of good fnr the making of your mince meat. OTH PHONES 231 . I bcW T. B. EVANS 01 Co. STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. 2344 Washington Avenue. CLEVER CROOK FOOLS BANKERS. Swlndlar Takes Ohia Money But Fails ts Lend Salt Laks Cashier. Ball Lake, Dec. C. Hans O. Peterson, a clever bank swindler wanted la DOWN TO PACTS. patronise ns Why da Ot vail moat? la tha right anavar to tUa la the hop to auooeaa. Think tv lea and to-do never at tha JUMBLE, Malle 1144. Btora, Stonge, Stoves, Baa pa. 4 Bull OsrFa Plane Nswman Brea. Organs. C. H. WARDLEIGII PIANOS ORGANS AND HliSICAL MERCHANDISE Ylolln Guitars, Accord eons. Baa-JoStrings. Latest Pnbllcatlona of Skeet Music. s. Baa the Wonderful Pipe Organ. ES7I Waahlngten Avenue. ' OGDEN, UATH. Second Hand Stores The JUMBLE buys, aella ar a changes "any eld thing" ("blues" e cepted) and most mw anas 2300 Wash. Hells, 1144 NEVADA .SECOND-HANSTORE. We buy and sell all kinds of no and second-hangoods. Call or phone W acker 4 Haynes, Praps. 1M 26th SL Phone, Ind. 123. d PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, Saeand-HanStore, If you have anything to sail ar buy 1870 te 137$ ar Wash. Avo. ul phono d Bail Btt-k- . Ind. 679. B. A. DENKERB Will pay tha highest price for secondhand furniture end soil to tho public tha cheapest. 24ig Grant Ava. Bail Pham MP-k- . Ind. 024 6.-- The startling ' Co. Will Enter Lecal $5J0 Ota. BADLY RUSH You Will Need an Overcoat Soon ... THE SOONER YOU BUY IT THE BETTER YOU WILL TAKING BE PLEASED, FOR THE OTHER FELLOWS ARE TO THE CHOICE OF THE CHOICEST, AND YOU OUGHT DO THE SAME. FAR AS GO AS YOU LIKE IN PRICE $6.50 to $35 BUT WHEREVER VOU STOP WILL THE VALUES. BE00D,$O DRESS LENGTH, NEEDED. NOW ON. Lots at New Toivnsita of Vernon. Bringing $200 to $250. TONOPAH'S FIGHT ARENA. LOOSE OR THE PICK FULL LENGTH WILL OR STYLES. BODY-FITTIN- Clothing Co. S7S "Whirs tha Best Is SL Twenty-fourt-h Sold." COURT NOTES. filed to eerure a claim of $207 alleged to be due for plumbing In a house constructed by Fsrrcl and Mrs. Meyer. In addition to that amount Judgment la asked for $6U aa atlorcey'i fee. and $23 costs of filing the Hen. In the case of Sadie M. Campbell against the Oregon Short Line Railwas tried in road company, which Judge Lewis' court, the Jury hai returned a verdict in favor of the de- THE (I NEGRO fendant, no cause of action. The ault was brought to recover $10,000 damages for the death of plaintiffs father, W. W. Bartlett, who was killed at Blackfoot, Idaho, by falling under a CALLING FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PRESIDENT PASS. train while attempting to board It. The Jury In the case of Salt Lake City against Charles F. Stillman, which was tried in Judge Ritchie's Senator Morgan Talks on Hia Favorits enurt, has returned a verdict in favor Subject and Refers t a Wild iff defendant fur $900, which la the and Arrogant President fixed deof valuation upon the land fendant condemned by the city for a right of way for the Big Cottonwood Washington, Dec. 4. Senator Morconduit. gan today addressed tha senate on bln resolution looking to giving ths PILES CURED IN TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT le guaranteed to Panama canal commission control of cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed- tbe Panama railway. In reply te ssld ing or Protruding Piles In $ to 14 day question from Senator Hale, b mcuts that hq would not seek today to or money refunded. 50c. afetlon on the resolution. Mr. Morgan spoke of the Panama OREGON CAR SHORTAGE. road as a legal fiction or an artificial avoid Meeting Held te Decide on Remedial entity te enable this country to cuIts responsibility aa a common Meaauraa. rler. Mr. Morgan advocated putting the Portland. Ore., Dec. 6. A special to railroad under the control of tbs cathe Oregonian from Eugene, Ore., states that a meeting was held there nal commission, although, with the ovsi yesterday by prominent shippers from control the President exercised wild, all parts of the slate to discuss the this commission, be amid, "Any Prespresent car shortage la Oregon. Be- arrogant man who happens to he sides the shippers, a large percentage ident could inflict Incalculable injury of whom were lumber dealers, there on the country. Mr. Morgan finished with a statewere several members of the state was legislature and representatives of the ment that the Panama Railway ever railroads. The assemblage adopted a the most reckless agency that resolution petitioning the state legis- assailed the treasury of the commerlature for the passage of remedial and cial interests of the United States. "Let tbe government of the united regulative measures which shall embrace a reciprocal demurrage feature, Staton no longer continue in the shipthis. the resolution declaring, "be- ping business under the sea flag ing one of the most potent corrective dummy corporation. He did not believe, he aaid, that ths and regulative measures yet devised e to Insure fair treatment to shippers," canal would be constructed in twenty-fivyears. ' When Senator Morgan concluded. PURITY OF FOOD. Senator Forsker took the floor to a!1 up his resolution regarding the dl Louisville, Ky Dec. 4. Tbe comof negro troops and he ani mission on pdrlty of fond, appointed charge Penrose- - again engaged in Senator nnder the provisions of the agriculover the right of vnt9 controversy tural appropriation act, opened a heardence of their respective resolution-ThInto the of manufacture ing today discussion dealt largely wtti whiskey, sngsr. syrups, vegetable the fh addrenint of question extracts and other ar- such resolution propriety oils, flavoring to .the President-Whilticle. Witnesses from many parts of the dlscuMs'on was m progre. the South and several from Chicago ! Carter referred to the chars Senator and New York are present by Invitathat tha negro troops had been guilt? tion. Dr. H. W. Wiley, chief chemist j mnrdef at Brownsville, whereup of the depsrtment of agriculture. Is a of Forsker replied sharply tbt I Senator member of the commission. the charge hud been denied and said further that It had been denied tht. they ha.1 participated in the dlsturs-ance- An action has Salt Ltke. Dec. been filed In the district enurt by C. E. Oable against W. H. Rally and Lein In a letter recently reclved from 8. Brook to quiet title to 125 shares laivvlork. Nev.. by a local mining mn of the preferred stock of the Golden the writer states that from ail indL Snnhesm Mines company. cat Iona in that section of the country Judge Armstrong . today granted the next Nevada boom may he looked ('rare V. King a divorce from William for at the new townalte'of Vernon, R. King pn the ground of failure to and that at no distant date. support. They were married on Oct. The letter goes on to stale that the 7. 1901, and have one child, the cusshowings of nrp obtained In the dis- tody of which was swarded to plainttrict are simply wonderful, and unlike iff. Annie D. Wigret Inday filed a petithe usual run of strikes of this nature, there appears to be plenty of ore in tion In the probate division of the dissight and lots of room for everybody trict court asking for letters of adOre assaying Sl.min a ton is rot un- ministration of the estate of Mis A. usual. while some of the values ob- Wlgren, who died on Oct. 8. 1904. The estate consists of ml property in this tained bare been much higher. The Spven Troughs district is at- county valued at Sl.OVO. Suit has been Bled In the district tracting great attention, conditions here being very similar to those on court by Peter Laroen against the Ihe scene of the new excitement. Borne Utah Constituted Mining empany to phcnominal values have been obtained recover damages In the total slim of and the general average of ores Is $10,736.50, for injuries to plaintiff's farm and crops caused by the smoke high. The rush into Vernon Is now well from the defendant's smelter. Tbe Merchants' Protective associaunder way. and town lots are selling readily at $2fli and $2nti each, whlie tion today filed suit In the district If the district come anywhere near court against J. A. Headlund to colJustifying Its present reputation these lect the sum of $101.50 alelged to be should be worth as ninny thousands in due as commission on the collection of O a bill placed In plaintiff's bands by the course of the next six months. lairelock. too. is sharing In the gen- defendant for collection. According to o eral prosperity by res son of Its being (he complaint Headlund collected tho the gateway to the new fields and the money through other sources after he supply point and depot for a radius of had given plainiiff (he account to col- o lect and hence refused to pay plaintiff several miles of country. o any commission. Suit was filed in the district court o TRIAL OF DEAN J. B. EDDY. today by Timothy J. Bayton against o Hearing of Former Rector of St Anna Olson Barrett and W. T. Barrett to quiet title to the west half of Mark's Began Yesterday. tot 18 snd all of lot 19. block 1, West o Balt iAko. Dec. 6. Tbe formal Boulevard addition and also to a one-hal- f church of Interest In a flowing well on said o B. Eddy, for Japes mer rector of St. Mark's .Episcopal property. Plaintiff also asks damages o church, began at 10 o'clock this morn- In the sum of 1200 for being deprived, o o ing before a tliurch court which as- of (he water of said well by defendsembled In tlic basement of fit. ants. o Mark's ch'ivcM on East First 8oitih John W. To'dn filed suit in tbe dis-trl- rl o st net. court today against John W. Comrary o !1. general expectation Farrell snd Amite M. Meyer to fore-ro- e o the trial wa not public. On assema mechanic's lien upon part of o bling: this mjinlng the three clergy. lot 1, block 90, put D. The lien was Nav. RESOLUTIONS e i oooooooooooooo Be- o o o Battles. I o. New-house'- s Always They iShould Be Bought Here . . . - He-m- an ".inn-.iinre- NOT HIGHEST PRICED CLOTHES. BUT THE HIGHEST PERFECTION OF THE TAILORS ART IN CUT AND FIT, AND THE CROWNING ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE WEAVERS. YOUR HOLIDAY CLOTHES SHOULD BE BOUGHT Watson-Tann- y Tunipah. Nev.. Dee. 4. The t;un-- world's lightweight champion-- ; FRENCH MONEY FOR SALT LAKE. hip contest, scheduled to take p'aee in Tpnopah on New Year's day. will Salt Lake. Dec. 4. b) held lu what will etentuailv be ke rt.-.-l Hu greatest prize fight arena the world piirrha. of Sail estate has been In luris nas ever seen. By the thin- that the with such fitvnrajy effort that If may Imlldlng now under run'nii-i!..Is lead i 'lie n.ust results completed it will be equipped in every for this city. detail with appurrenauces for the Mr. Xewhmisf said that he had of spectators, fighters, rHhle from his hiotlier. Mott attarhes. etc.. In such a wav as to Ni-1. house, wliu lives in the French place it in a class by itself. c.ipial. congratulating him on the inThe arena covers a site 110 feet vestment and rxplatn'ng that he is de- square. The ring platform is located lighted with the movement of Ills Utah in the center and Is twenty-fou- r feet AND PURSECAN BE SATISFIED HIS PRIDE Provo, Dec, 6. Manager 8. H, Bee mout of the Provo Pressed Brick company went to Salt Lake today to wafer with the Utah Fuel company In er the matter of delivering coal for the brick company at Provo, The delivery of laie haa been, so poor that unless Successors to Z. C. M. I. assurances of Improvement an made It will be necessary to cloea down the works for ths winter. A marriage license has been Issued to 11. B. White and Eva Wood, both men appontej to hear the case, took of Sprlngvllle, ... the matter of whether or not to have BURROWB VB SENATOR BM00T. the trial opn under advisement, and It was llacided that since the charges Last Chapter lit tha Celebrated Cats involved the questiux of Immoral conduct oa the part uf Dean Eddy, no Will Open Next Monday. public good could cum from an open Washington, Dec. 4. Tbs final trial. For that resson the reporters chapter In the rase of Burrows et aL and spectators were excluded. Jude against Senator Smoot la set for Mon- Ritchie of the district court and Mr. day next. On the floor of ths sens' Brown, jof the Brown, Terry A Woodou that day Senator Burrows will call ruff company, remained tt the dour up (he report of the committee on during the morning to prevent spectators from entering. privileges and elections, and has Former Dean and Mrs. Eddy are In that he will continue It before the senate until a final vote Is Bolt Like, hiving returned to be prestaken. But Senator Burrows is not ent at tha trial. Both parties are rep relented by counsel Mr. Eddys jet ready to toannounce hla program further than say that he will de- counsel is Attorney W. E. F. Deal of liver n speech, whlrh he has si ready Ban Frnncilco, and formerly of Virprepared, ami that Senator Dubois ginia City, from which he registers. will follow. Thus far Senator Smoot The prosecution Is represented by haa no program mapped out Ha will, John H. Dennlcon iff Denver. In The on be hla friends of the of course, clergymen rhsrge guided by the committee. It is assumed that hearing si Rev. J. C. Johns, reoolor of Burchurch at Tonopah; ths Episcopal the principal speech against the rows contention that a majority mn Rev. W. W, Fleetwood of Durango, M. Wood of expel or exclude- will be made by Colorado, and Rev. P. Senator Forsker and Hopkins, but Delta, Colorado. Rev. Mr. Johns la the Senator Bailey uf Texas has daclared presiding officer. The morning session concluded Pi hla Intention of making an argument work st 12 o'clock, and adjourned unalong 'the same lines. The present indications are that til this afternoon. At the close of the the case will occupy several Jays, session, Blshup Bpaldlng said that he possibly ten, and If Senator Burrows hoped the hearing would be concludadheres to his purpose to prevent all ed this week, and that this morning other business until final disposition was given up to in examination of is made, a vote may be taken before witnesses in on rlhrt to get nt ths The friends uf facts. This trial follows the prelimthe holiday recess. Senator Sinoot express no dmibt as to inary hearing of former Dean Kddy. the final outcome: they are confident which was had shortly before hia dethat, he will be permitted to retain parture from Bali take, a little less than a year ago. his seal. : Nevada Gold Camp Expects to come Center for Future Ring Mining COAL I companies. C. J. HERRICK 4 CO, Joseph Gaxzam. who. Mr. Hndgina Sueeeeeere to H. L. White, Is recognised as one of the ablrst says. If want hero Bring yeur goads yew engineers in the country, arte anil them. Call bare M you want mining Bad Phono rived in Ely last week In act at. Mr. buy. 2141 Wash Ava. Yeatman's assistant, coming iliivct It-y-. Ind. 447. from (he Hlmmer 6 Jack mine In South Africa. MAN WHO WEARS CLOTHES THERE IN THIS STORE THE VERY THING HE WANTS. FOR SOCIETY OR OUTING, BUSINESS OR PLEASURE, Market With Car of Three more men ware yesterday sent down to the property tf the Mabel Gold Mining company In the Black Horse mining district of Nevada, to go to work nt the mine. This is the property upon which some months ago ore showing the phenomenal value of $100,278 to tha While It Is ton was encountered. hardly to be expected that there Is any vTy considerable quantity uf this ore. there haa been little If any development work done since the fid and nothing has come up tending to disprove the existence of mure of tbe same quality. The party which left here was In charge of Daniel Warren and it la the Intention of the management to prepare an Immediate shipment of a car of ore which will run at least $5, DUO to $4,000 to the ton nnd possibly higher. There le said to be no lock of ore of this quality and those In a position to know look for great things from the property when development work la commenced In earnest. Financially the company Is In the best of wfcape. It has no stock for sale at any price and sufficient money In the treasury to take care of all Immediate expenses including the proposed shipment. de- Canada and various parts of the United Slates, was In Ball Lake last weak and endeavored to add the Utah Commercial and Savings bank to the Hat of his victims. Ha placed to hla credit at that bank wkilo la Salt Lake, eertlflcate of deposit amounting to $809 on (he New Knox National bank, of Mouut Vernon, Ohio, but without attempting to eheck out his deposit left (be city. Peterana In appearance la a Scandinavian who speaks but little English. He came to Mount Vsrnon, Ohio, from Ottawa, Canada, anj sought nut the professor of tha Mount Vernon colt, lege, and posing as a prospective asked the professor to aid him In transferring his arcount from tbe Imperial Bank of Ottawa to the Mount Vernon bank. He presented at the bank certificates uf deposit from the Canadies bank, which wen apparently ganulne, but whtrh proved to be clever forgeries. The depoall was received st the hank and about FIDO checked out on It, after which the awlndler disappeared. He reappeared in Halt lake several days later and deposited the certificates in (he Utah (Yimmerrlal and Havings bank, mqueatlng that the account he transferred. Cashier Byron (Iruo refused to allow him to check out any of the deposit until learning from the Mount Vernon authorities whether or not the certificates were j "RICHEST CAMP IN NEVADA." genuine. Peterson, fearing exposure, disappeared, and no trace of him has Three Strong Veins Opened Running aa High aa $2,000. been found. The certificates were returns, I to Mount Vernon. The Ohio Men from all parts of the country Hints Bankers association offers $260 reward for the eapture of the swindler. are rushing to the gold fields of Churchill county, says a rom pendent who Is on the ground. "The cause JUDGMENT REVERSED. of this Influx uf prospectors Is easily Dec. 6. The Judgment of accounted for, the old August range Salt the lower court in the case uf G. S. of mountains In While Ruck district which was prospected In the early Holmoa against Mary Judge, appellant was reversed by the supreme court sixties for silver, has at last come to the front with the richest surface In an opinion written by Justice In Nevada, showing of any Krlck and concurred In by Chief JusA towmdtr has been laid nut, two tice McCarty and Justice Htraup. The (j esse is remanded with Instructions to miles wide and five In length, known the lower court to eater a decree In as Jryatal. It Ilea on the east side of favor of defendant quieting her title the mineralised zone. There is plenty to the property in controversy. The of wood and water In the ramp, n action was brought to quiet title to boarding house and saloon have been a si rip of land 1.83 feet In width on opened and a .bwea families, besides the north rad and 2.1 feet in width the great number of prospector, are on the south end, and 17.9 feet tn living In tent. It will not be long length, being a part of lot 6. block 5fi, before Crystal Is known na the minplat A. located Just east or the corner ing ramp of Nevada. The district owes its discovery to of Second South and State streets. The lower court found In favor of Charles ('outturn and W. Gilliland, plaintiff, but the supreme court now who were looking for a tost horse and reverses that decree and orders s de- not finding It Coulson left for Battle Mountain to secure another, Gilliland, cree entered In .favor of defendant. while waiting for h! partner, employed the Interim in prospecting and ELY'S CHRISTMAS EDITION. found gold hearing ledge and located a number of claims, but left the best Hall Lake, Dec. 6 Moulder Hudthe untouched anil a prospector from gins, editor and proprietor of Walker, by name, while While line News, came to Hall. Lake Goldfield. from Ely yesterday to attend to the visiting at the liver ranch, heard of Christ- the richness of the region nnd started delalls of getting nul a mas cditluB that will msrk the be- for the Holds accompanied by Tom At first sight they declare, never ginning of the lirst dally newspaper Uyer. beforr In the history :f Nevada was In the Nevada ramp. a surface showing. They Pope Yeatman. the newly appointed there such manager of the Guggenheim Interests located a number of claims, among which Alamo stands first. It haw three in Ely has assumed charge of the Nestrong veins running through It carryvada Consolidated. Cumberland-Fland the Nevada Northern railroad as ing values as high ms $2. tub to the well as tbe smelter company, which ton. Every Indlcutlun goes to show that this camp Is not for a week nr Is owned jointly by tbe Nevada Conmonth, but forever. solidated and the Cuinherlan.l-Glsin-den- GETTING Dec. . mand was made early Monday morning to IVak Sergeant Lenzi that Sergeant John Hempel go to 201-- 2 Commercial street and arrest Police man Samuel T. Vlckeiy. who. it was said, was creating a disturbance at tbe resort. This was asked by Beulah Lron, the propi letreaa of the resort at that number. The woman charges that in her Conversation with him the patrolman consigned Chief Sheets and Sergeant John Hempel to the depth of Erebus in less poetic language, and stated that he was running Commercial street. Policeman Vickery ts the proprietor The of the Orpheum annex hotel. charges against the bluecoat will probably be fujly Investigated by Chief of Police Sheets within the next day or two. According to the woman's statement. Vickery, who was m the Commercial street beat for the first time that night, rushed upstairs to . tbe bagnio and demanded to know wtty an empty beer bottle had been thrown down stairs. Without waiting fur an explanation he Is said tu have attacked tbe proprietress, choking her and sti Iking her ever the head with his club. When she said she would report the matter to the chief and the sergeant, he promptly told her where la hia opinion these two official! belonged. The police nuns version, of the affair is aomeahat different from that of the resort keeper, although be admit that his orders regarding Sergeant Hempel would result la transporting the popular sergeant to an extremely torrid locality If literally carried out. He says that the resort is an ' extremely disorderly one nnd that he went up there because tha women of the place had thrown a bear bottle at a patron as he was leaving. He said that he pualud tbe proprietress of the place away from him and that aa he had hia club swinging on hla wrist It may have struck the woman as ha pnshnd her sway, if tbe rharges against the policeman prove true the result will probably be that he will continue to operate the Orpheum Annex hotel, and that his duties in this llnewlll he uninterrupted by hla service on the police force. Chief Sheets said that he deplored the episode and that It would not reflect as a discredit upon the otherwise good condition of the department. It has nut yet been decided whether or or not a formal investigation will be necessary. a. We wish to raH your attention Mabel t FOR EVERY PREPARING RICH SHIPMENTS. DEMANDS ARREBT OF POLICEMAN t Clothes of . . Quality. d n spoken for. I - square. The platform i elrrated three aud one-hal- f feet aimve the floor lew el. and D surrounded by a double row of proas Beau. Three rows of boxes run buck from the four sides of the ring, each box having s kcating capacity of twelve persons. The seating capacity of the arena figures 8AOO and the be iifflee receipts from a complete sale ot thy house will total 92.5n0. of the new One of the best anna is that it will be entirely roofed of the roof aud over, but two-thirsix feet of tbe aide walls a ill be of glass, which can he easily removed, allowing the arena to be turned into This arrangean open-ai- r pavilion. ment will allow tbe club to take advantage of all kinds of weather la the holding of fights The building w'ill be heated by a sen ies of stoves placed under the seals and connected with long lengths of stovepipe, which will greatly increase the warming capacity. brother, and saying he would like to The cable mes- sage further said: "If you think practicable and advisable. 1 can form a Parisian syndiI $20,000.-oofcate Ir Ifto.ono.ono francs to make Investments in real fiate and buildings in Halt Lake and Denver." Mr. Xewbouse made no further comment m tbe message from laris. conveying this enrouraglug and cocfldenrial view entertained by the friends of himself aud brother of the earning pos--! sibllitiee of real estate In the two principal cities of the Kucky moun-- i lain and intermouniain region: but it seemed quite evident that these two cities, aud especially Halt are receiving immensely valuable advertising among French investors from Mr. New house's recent deter ml nation to Initiate tbe regeneration of tbe down-towbusiness section of Eton. received a telegram Mr. Newborn also from Henry Ives tobb of New York, saying he would arrive In Halt Laka next Sunday night from that city. Join iu the holding. Property Adjoining Ludwig and Pine Fruits ! 1- , From Correspondents and State Exchanges Is where you buy. the Best the Market Affords tha (art that our UTAH, FRIDAY MORNING, DIX'EMRER SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS Grocery Co. 2341 Washington 's r NMM KdNWiM gM - o o o iH-a- j o RAILROADS IN PHILIPPINES, O New York, Dec. 6. An underwriting syndicate for $15,000,-00- 0 Philippine Railway 4 par cent bonds, to be guaranteed by the Philippine government has been formed with WtUiQm Salnioc. Company as syndicate managers. The thousand miles of railroad to be built are distributed over the islands of Pansy. Negro and Cebu. Work has been Under way since June last, when a party of fifteen engineer a rived la the Philippine!, and Actual surveys were begun. construction was begun in Cebu, November 13. and In Panav, November 11. and about 700 men are now at work. . i OOOOOOOOOOOOOO -- ar Senator Tillman called attentioa to the fact that Secretary Taft's report Included this charge. Both the Penrose snd Forsker res- olutions calling for Information froiu the President and secretary of were adopted by the senate. SHAH IB DYING. New York. Dec. 4. A special caW to the Herald from Teheran, Tersiu-report-s that the Shah Is dying saya bis doctors admit he cannot 21 hours. The dispatch says the Sh condition an le in a haa lost the power of speech. HUGHES TO BE A GUEST. Washington. Dec. 6. Governor! Hughes of New York will l" the of President Roosevelt Wednesday December 12th.