THE GROCERIES THAWS WILL IS TO BE (.Continued from and PANCY . . . STAPLE i THEY .1 Pates, s said Mr. Jerome. "I hat after I read the document I win conInto the record. On sent to Its the other hand. 1 me- - oppose it. To proceed with the examination of It at till time would simply take up the time of the court uselessly. 1 will examine It in my office." It baa also been agreed between counsel that I shall talk this cveuing with Dr. Decuinr and wtb Dr the Thaw's family phrslrlun. as to the testimony they fare to offer. This testimony may be nerferilr proper, but unless I talk vi'h them I will be put to the tii resaity of offering constant, technical objections to the questions pnt to them and thus take up valuable time In court." Justice Fltsrerald at 4:05 p. m. aa adjournment until tomorrow. Bing-au.s- T. B. Evans & Co. GROCERS Both Pkonoo RM. AVE. 2314 WASHINGTON " Pianos Bum A Gorto The Year in the History of the Thirty-Thir- d Btwain Andrew when who waa tin the summer, saved their lives, by cutting HiergseU's statement was not by any oilier survivors, hut ne tgslsti. he t right. s.eamtr. tha-rope- cot,-Srin- h. President Dur.baugh tonight said "The schooner was responsible for the collision. In view of the horrible condition which prevailed immediatelthe accident. 1 am aatisfle.l y that the wen .lid all In their twer to meet the situation as conscieutton-an- d honorable men. It. appears from my Investigation that the schooner luffed right into the, latrchmont and caused the accident' which resulted in such great loss of life." A Careful of fieure :c this city early today show that ISS t.i lire are known tu have been ihe dieaetr. It ia known that there 157 were not lea than pereone on Of that number board tha atesmer. only nineteen survived. Seventy-nin- e bodies have been recovered, thirty-eigof them have been identltten. There are at 111 passengers who are either missing or unidentified. af-e- r JEROME'S TASK. Broa. Ora ana. Newman 1M7. AUY -! 1e-fo-re are the finest in the market. I'Elilil calling ai the same time for the pa in. The paasengna. aengera lo MacKxr'.and said, seemed afatrd to do going mi. and as the steamer wo down fai. Cap's in McVe ordered th.n the bos, be lowered. When if reached the water, however, a rope io the ring bolt and atiarhr 1 d ibe davit shove became caught, and ihse in the boat were In danger a hb th. down uf being dragged d Apples, TITTRSDa Y, A (Continued from Page Onet Two) between the attorn?. aa the result of which District Attorney Jerome announced that Ur. bad subtn:--tato him for final examination. It formally ehould be offered u el 'er.ee agitin. ibe will of Harry K. Pineapples, TTAn. CM1DEX. DREADFLL STORY Bananas, Tha. it ma le.'' Oranges, Lemons, fis Pgt TELL I SURVIVORS (iFIEKID IN EVIDENCE i EXAMINER: MORKINT, con-pHnti- When District Attorney Jerome takes up the croaa examination of Dr. Evan. the alienlat I the Thaw caae. he will prubably pave acme difficulty In oh siting the teetimouy. IV. Evans story of Harry Thaw' mental rmidltlour a told on the stand yesterday, waa clear and concise. It will be a difficult story to shake, if Dr. Evans' ability a an New York, Feb. IS. WARDLE1GH C. H. NINOS 0 ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Gnitara, Accordaons, Baa Violins, Joa. String. Latest Publications of Sheet Music. the Wonderful Pip Organ. Be 2371 Washington Avonuw OGDEN, UATH. alienist is what It would appear to be from hla direct examination. He described Thaw's appearance and condition on the occasion of eight vlatts ba and paid to him In tha Toutba prison, Indiexplained In what manner three cated an unbalanced mind. , llr. Jerome will need all hla remarkable knowledge of Inennity to shake this story. That he will attempt to do so la evident from the notes he took during the examination and ihe fact that he had the prosecution's alienist a Dr. MacDonald. Dr. Austin Flint and Dr. Wm. Mahon, baside him all day and frequently convened with them, apparently consulting them. , The defense presumes that It baa now laid the foundation for the Introduction of testimony which has heretofore been excluded. Among the that has been no excluded, la Thaw's will and th codicil which la said to provide a fund of MJ)M for the prosecution of his murderer, should he die a violent death, and a fund of 175,000 for the care of number of young women said to be named in the will, who Thaw Is said to have believed were victims of .Stanford White. The defense counts largely on this will to show the effect on Thaw's iqlnd of the stories which were told dm regarding the relations of White and Evelyn Xesblt. It will also form i proper foundation for tha testimony .f Evelyn Thaw, who will probably be recalled today, regarding conversations with her hnshand in which were ncntloned the names of a number of .oung girls who are said to have had uni liar relations with White. The claims that the stories preyed .ipon Thaw's mind and contributed xrgely to the mental condition which ' .nduced him to shoot White. Although Mr. Delmas has announced 3 open court that It would take bint nly a few days longer lo finish hla Urect Case for the defense, that doe iot mean the case la nearly over It Inen not count the time Mr. Jerome It la .rill occupy In and ,Ud that Dr. Graeme M. Hammer n Jr Charles Dana, both JienUta, will take the stand for (he lefense. This will mean four expert That .or Mr. Jerome to io will examine them thoroughly goes has rithout saying. Evelyn N. Thaw examine-do.jot 'vet finished her direct will and the Thaw the some time. Mra. William la to testify and so. It Is aald. la Mia Mae McKenile, the chorua girl friend nt Evelyn Nesblt Thaw. What Mr. feromea case in rebuttal will be It 1 now mrd to aay, but It. seems rertaln allen-sts hat he will pnt In at leaat three in an attempt to controvert the testimony of Thaws alienist. formerDr. George Franklin Bhlela, .1 one 1 ly of Han Francisco, who the allenlata for the defense, and who is naU to he a long time friend n: Dolma a, ha been selected to aaaial the lawyer In hla crnawesamlnatlou of the expert for th prosecution. Dr. 8h!ela haa come to New York to practice. He la said to he an alienlat of high repute on the Pacific coast. With bis familiarity of the method (if Mr. Delmas. he la exparted to aid materially In the efforts of the California lawyer In the attack on the experts Mr. Jerome will put on the stand. ..Two new witnesses for Thaw were They were In attendance yesterday. J.- J. Deering and C. J. Bamberger, agents of the society for the suppros sion of rice, who are said to have in vestlgated the complaints which Thaw made to the society. Storie regarding Thaw's eccentric v bridge whist playing, which may figure In the trial as showing the defendant's state at mind about the time of the tragedy, are cropping out. The latest statement In this regard Is credited le a member of the Thaw, acNew York Whist club. cording to this man. sat In that rlub. at bridge whist, on the average of three nights g week, from two to 'Are hours. . Thaw rarely played bridge whist. 1' Is said, at lest than 11 a point, which mpant. that with luck against him. he sometimes stood to lose at least .500 a night. tl . 'Sometimes he won," said a-- member of the club last night, for he waa not altogether, a bad player. But far more often he lost. He gradnnlly acquired a reputation for bring an unlucky player. 1 have hearJ h. aail that Thaw often paid not only of himself bnt those of hia partners." Thaw, it la stated, was regarded a somewhat eccentric, especially ma a bridge whiat player, and was quite emotional. He kept on playing at the club whenever he was in the city, right up to the time of the Madison Square Garden tragedy. y S. E. Malan, . W, A. Malan. WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING. MALAIN TRANSFER COMPANY. de-eu- Van, Drayo and Bagga OUR 8PECIALTI EB Wagons. Plana, Ppml-tur- Bafo Moving and Btaraga. . OFFICE 40B Twonty-ftft- Btroat. h PHONES Ball, 229. I ltd, 284. well-know- croaa-examln- cross-examinati- trouble WITH OLD HARNESS 7 cana . nor. that J'wM. Serious Injurioa and some Vnaa death are th awful reaulta. Aa id harness la often responsible, but mw baraasa vith wank apota la II iut aa bad. Th kind w ael hav NO WEAK SPOTS. . Ton will get yonr wortk money' PM buy barnaaa of os. ddr k T Waahlar t lanAvT J.c Platt Saddlery Co. Second Hand Stores Tha JUMBLE buy, aelle r ea change any aid thing" ("blue" a new , anewand meet 2100 cepted) Waah. Hll 1144 NEVADA SECOND-HANSTORE Wa buy and aeU all kind f and aecond-han- d goods, Call or phani W acker & Haynes, Props. 2Mh 8i Phan, Ind. 822. lit 1 PAUL ZIEGENHIRT. Second-Han-d Storw. lf you hava anything t acll r ku call r phene 1170 ta 1878 Waah. Bell 164. Ind. 78. ; v ' Will ...... B. A. DENKERB pay tha idghaat prlea far taoand-hanfurniture and aell ta tha public th cheapest, 2416 Grant Avw, Bail Phan 427-h- . Ind. I2& & J. HERRICK A CO Successors to H. L. Whilst Bring year geode here If you want ta aell them. Call are If ywu went buy. VSp. 2342 Waah inA 487, Ava Phone BeM mmPcMssKsvrbSUM ""ywa. hwINla akialaOOUNTRICa. Mil &.Hi niuAhy", tie mint. WaUa - - pos-albl- th.-loss- STABBED TO DEATH.. ' i , Notorious Woman Convict Uses a Pair of Shear. ui ht Shows an Increase in Output of 31 !' Providence, R. I., Feb. 13. Follow lnw la a revised list of the missing Remington Typewriter (V.inpanv, 172 Konib Wert Temple Nt., gait Lake City. North Smlthflald, John Campbell, R. I. Acquit Carmonty, New York. John Carroll. Providence. James Chabut. Pawturket. Cadet Jnha Cedarhoim, Salvation Army, Lynn, Mass. Angelo Cipella, Providence. Protto Doreco. Providence. Pierre Durmoullne, Woonsocket. Mrs. Durmoullne, Woonaorkei. Solntwm Dovloorksky, wife and eon. Mrs, Alta Edelsteia and Mm, Dos-to. IjouIs Felabeck. Willard Franklin, North Attleboro. Robert Gsy, chief engineer. Bridge-por- t. Conn. Kara Geary, Pensacola. Fla. Samuel Goldberg, Brooklyn. Charles E. Hr grave, Providence. . Mrs. Anna Heckling, Providence. Ten year-olson of Mrs. Heckling. child c rf Mrs. Heckling. Stephen E. Hedges, Providence. Hulgrcen, Boston. Helgreen. Captain Heiga R. Mas. Lynn, Frank Herrick, Providence. R. Hulgrcen. Provldeunr. Antony Heidt, Providence. Wm. Hadley, Providenca. Abraham Miacefer, Providence. Office re and Crew. W. MrVey, Captain George Puraer Oscar Quartermaster Brookvllle, Maine. Walter James Vann, New York, Walter Lewis McFarland, Welling- ton. X. C. Walter Richard Hall, Providence. Fireman Maries IJebcrt, New York. Fireman Janies miua. Providence. Following In the 'list of Identified up to M p. m.: Brown, negro waiter, FrovL dence. Freight Clerk Junes Carroll, Provi' dence. Antonin Cnurti, Boston. Harry Eckles, Block Island. Fred KllHbroe. gslenman. Providence. Nathan FIimmI, son of James Flood, (saved I New York. M rates Founts Ine, waiter, residence unknown. Provi- dence. , Samuel Paul, Pawtucket.' Mrs. Samuel Paul. Pawtucket. Providence. B. Mass. R. F. Perkins, Providence. Jessie Peter. New York. George Poantf, Pawtucket. Claude E. Read. Providence. Richard Rlecardl. Providence. Henry Rock, Jersey City. Captain Anna Roneborg, Lynn. Frank P. Riley, Proridence. Antonio Quarrettl, Providence. Morris A. Schlenker, New Tork. C. M. Bchiigarman. "Boston. Louise Selkrepg. Erie county, Pa. Bertha Bchaea, Boston. Alvin Slmonl, New Tork. Francesco Statola. Italy. BenJ. Steiner, Prlvldenee. H. Steiner, Providence. Peter Sullivan, Providence. Captain Richard Swan. Worcester. Nathan Siegel, wife and child. New Real Estate and Loans Surety Bonds TIip Hriugti'l I ami M. J ns Id. Tbt Mani'luwttT Antuirann , Tin1 (liTmnn Alliance Ahkil uf Now York. ' TIip NVw Ziuil a ml 1'iro lint. Co. ('. If you want to aave mnny hunt stores where a liftlq (ha second-hangoes a long, wa, ." Rnaaell Bage, lh millionaire. THE JUMBLE, 2300 Wash. Phone 1144, Much Mora for Lota Leas. d Tbt Nnr York rnderwritpm ,, .The Cttlcduauin lmuruuti Compunr. - . ADVERTISING. Chicago Company Han Caused plaints ta be Made. Com- Feb. 13. A number .of complaints received by Mayor Dunne of offensive advertising matter Issued by the Res Bitters company resulted last night la the arrest of W. K. Slaughter, president of the eompany. who was released on a (1,000 bond. Detectives raided the com pan r'a office early yesterday, and pamphlets the and pictures used to advertise concern were Confiscated. The patrol wagon waa Inadequate to rarry all the stuff and three other wagons were About $5,1)00 called to the seen. worth of books and cards were taken. The street was due largely to the complaints of women and men who notified Mayor Dunne of the class of advertising reported to he used hr the com Deny. In some Inntancea pictures of women thinly clad were print ed and spread broadcast over the city. were Liquor louse and drug. store flooded with the literature, bearing the pictures. Providence, R. L. Feb. It. Following is a list of the Lerebmont survivors, corrected up to 10 ockick tonight: Passengers. Harris Feldman awl wife, .New of Real Estate a ' Just let us know what you have to sell or wish to buy Phone, Ind. 80 M Bell 809 Office, 55 First Natl Bank Garden Seeds t It in not time to plant yet, but noon WILL ItR and wp want you to knowwliero to jiot your HKKIiK I was in the bijf fire, ha you all remember, and all my old Mock President Urgad Our new HiiH'k in brought to Ogden. Peb-13. Senator Washington. Hansbrough of North Dakota and Gifford Plnchot. chief forester of the department. f agriculture, conferred with President Roosevelt on pnhlle land matters. Senator Hanshrongi gain urged the President to revoke the executive order of January 25: n f last, relative n the suspension finai land proofs. The senator submitted a large number of letters from constituents urging that the order b revoked. " 900000000000000 O o O CLEMENCEAU o 0 TO RESIGN. 1!. There was a the Bourse today 0 that Premier Clemcnceaii had O resigned. The report could not C he confirmed but In well-ln- O formed circle, the Premier's the present 0 retirement underwithout await- 0 crrumstnce O Ing an adverse rote In the O Chamber of Deputies, would O not cause any surprise. O Paris. Feb. n O o -- Ogden Steam Laundry Phonae Seeds That Are Sure to Grow FLOUR, HAY OR GRAIN or Small Quantities Remember, we carry a full line of that famotiH Pratfn In Large Poultry Food for auiinalfi and fioultry. Vi. T. ASTILL 2264 Washington Ave. Both Phones PKOUDFIT mmmmmmmmmmmmmaumu Health is the Main Thing Therefore Get Health WE positively agree to affect a permanent care in cases of Nervous and Blood Com- plaints, MEN'S DISEASES, GOODS DONT WAIT UNTIL YOUR TROUBLE BECOMES AGONIZING. Get well O O O O O o ooooooooooooooo Drs. Elliott 25 Years Norris, 25 Years SPECIALISTS WASHINGTON AVE. 8 RECORDER ClariHorrocks' Fish'ng Tacklo, Btall and Dean Athletie Goods. Phonographs Bold en Easy 351 24th 8t Terms. Now is the Time! Get You a'FlNE WINTER SUIT TAILOR-MAD- now. 2361 COMPANY AND Rheumatism, Stomach, Kidney and Liver Troubles. SPORTING Wholesale and Retail 8PORTING G00D8. jobbers of EDI80N PHONO-GRAPH- O O O O O O 437 2Sth EL 174. arriving and will be llte bext ever Revoke Executive Order. That the number of people who pat ronlxc the Ogden Bteam I sundry le increasing dally? There'a a reason for It. Our laundry has been tried nl not found wanting. Everybody likes the manner snd rapiJity with whlcl we turn out their work. That' the kind of service we want to render for you also. We await your orders. was burned. FINAL LAND PROOFS. O rumor Inr-rbeate- r. $80,000,000.00 We Buy, Sell and Rent All Kinds t . OFFENSIVE ASSETS OVER - Torturing ecsems spreads Ha burning area every day. Doan's Ointment quickly stops It spreading, Instantly relieves the Itching, cure It permanently. At any drug store. Providence. James Schubert, Pawtucket Wolchlmln Tehukann, New Tork. Zephaa Talte, Providence. Frank L. Wllaon. Proridence. BenJ. Wlnnlker, Providence. George Wyman, Tauntcn. Mam. J. C. Wight man, Lebanon. Pa. Nicholas Zarella, Providence. Miss Jennie Zuehenna, Boston. Total 112. . A list of saved. Identified and missing revised by- the Asawlgted Press was as follows: Saved. It; identified bodies. 21 missing, 112. Mae. e- Pitta Providence. B. Chicago. Palulne Paul, Pawtucket Matilda Paul, Pawtucket. Robert H. Perkins, Dorchester, Samuel Al- bany, N. Y. George James,' chef, reiddcnce unknown. Mrs. J. G. Jenson, Providence. Mrs. Korea Gorki jim, Olneyvllle, H. I. Captain Ellen lAmbert, Salvation Army, CambrldgSi. Mass. Edward Logan, second assistant engineer. Providence. Erik Nelson, assistant engineer. Worcester. York. Mies Sadie Gallup, (correct! a ' Stewardess, ntme unknown. Ruslan flremsn, name unknown. Total 21. Mrs. Geore. Fred H. M coney, Boat Providence. Joa. P. Mulligan, Woonsocket, Rev. Mrs. Manfre. Proridence. Mrs. MuUlen, Providence. Captain Anna Oden. Salvation Army, York. Louts Biedelbert, ROBT. G. AGtE Total 19. George A. Smith, watchman, Olneyvllle. John J- - Scott, hall man, Petersburg, Va. Dennla Thlbeiu, colored. Providence. Jacob Arimut, watchman, Paterson, N. J. PrpvldenCe. pantryman. J. M. rORRISTALL Providence. Ht shies, James A. Young. - Frank Mullikin, Boston. Jacob Michelson, Belmara. N. J. Miss Mlchalsoa. Balmare, N. J. Ueut, John Molln. Worcester. Georgs A . Monk. Woonsocket. Osborne, s. - John Lewi. Providence. Claude W. Tynde, Prtvldeuce. Emanuel Lyon. New Tork. ' Mrs. M act as, Woonsocket. Rosa, Maddan, Woonsocket. Frank McLaughlin, Proridence. Jame M. CcCloud. Proridence. Samuel Oliver, Orange, X. J. Prorl-drnr- ' Tnsper Hess.aHtltani engineer, Antonio Lsqetl, Providence. Nicholas Jartdla, Providence. Miss Louisa Jenson, Providence, bliss Alma Johnson, Salvation Army, Worreater, John Kannally, Providence. Ephrim Kaplan. New Tork. D. A. Kenner, N. T. Koran KorJIon, Olneyvllle. Julian H. Klemasowskl, Olneyvllle. Ralph Levlq, Chela, Mane. McCloud, New York and Everywhere Remmgton Typewriter Company, dence. Mr. over the Previous Year Typewriters come and typewriters go But the Remington runs on forever la the Lorchmont disaster, pilot. Join Anson, Providence, pilot. Morris Barenholts. Boston. Captain Emma Becklund, Salvation Army. Worcester. Robert Biggard, Worcester. James Blackwood, Ashton. K. I. Harry and Jaeob Bonce, Prove I- Combe. Manchester, N. II. Oliver Jaavier. Proridence. Moundsville, W. Va.. Feb. David D. Fox. Bridgeton, N. T. tie Hawklne was stabbed to death with a pair of shears In the female James Flood, New Tork. Fred Hlergesell. Brooklyn. ward of the penitentiary last night Antonio Rasasorglch, Central Fall's by Ada Cross. a notorious dbnrlcr. Roth women are federal prisoners sent R. I. T. Rasasorglch, Ccntial Fan, r. i. here from the District of Columbia. Ir, Remington Typewriter E CHEAP! Our line of pattern for extra pants are very fine. Repairing and Cleaning done very reanonabie. J. C. BOLSTEAD 313 24th I (.