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T- THE MORNING EXAMINER. 2 COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT. Prisoner Hal a Peckat Full of Base Silver Cains With Him, Wo MB ttokl your palate wttk a Ua at oholos spring vege- tomtit overy table. freak at aar fountainat fruit amh n assortment u A fine fine of Imported aad domestic Tkaaa tapis aad ""7 groeerte goods will patou roar Ufa aad Sira rim aad vlgar to roar ayauak T.BIvans&Co ttt Rush A Oaifa Av. PUiaa Nawmaa Brae. Organa H. WARDLE1GH C. PIANOS OifiiNS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE YtoHna, Guitar. Aeoordooea, Joe, String ' Be rip Organ. SOT Wariilngtoa Avemi . OGDEN, OATH. : . Lemons Oranges Bananas Dates baa Just paused a counterfeit half dollar oa me," ha aald, aad Sergeant Roberts aiaried attar the maa. Morgan mad a break tor the alley, but was caught before be reached it. He wee taken to police headquarter and the oUlcer began questioning him. Here's the rant of the fake cola. aald Morgan a ha hauled a handful from hla pocket. I might a well give It to you now. because It wont take yen long to get tt. Aa effort was made to lean soma thing further from the maa, but ha ehut up ilka a dun. Ha la a clever fellow, aad toughed at tho attempts of the officer to gala any Information from him. Where did von gat tho vtnSr naked Sergeant Roberta. ibj- -i Fine Red Apples Pocatello, May 1. Alfred L waa convicted In tha federal court of burglarising tbe poetoffiee at Preston. Ha will ba sente acsd Thursday. Tbe evidence showed that tha of prisoner and a friend on tbe night tha robbery bad bean drinking heav-il- v aad while Intoxicated had broke Into tbw poetoffiee, but secured nothing Oustofforaoa was arrested and Jailed at Matod bat escaped aad fled to Nevada, where ba was recaptured three weeks tour. Ha Is an ignorant Swede with wife aad seven children in the old country. The bearing of Purdy and Binka layers, bstoro tha slk ley. United Staton Commissioner Caldwell on tbs felony charge of killing elk In th Tellowston National Park. Tha man pleaded guilty In (ha federal disMISSING FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. trict court here to unlawfully shipW. S. MeCemiek Sringa Suit ta Re- ping elk teeth and slk heads from Idaho to California and ware fined 1206 cover Taxoa Paid an Real Estate, each. They ware then rwarreated on Balt Lake, May 1. Unable to as- complaint of tha Wyoming authorities certain the whereabout of Frank L on the felony charge. Wilson, who baa been mlaalng for fifSAVES LIFE OP CHILD. teen years, W. 8. MrOoratck filed salt against Mm and hla unknown heirs Salt Lake, May 1. William Wailtoy, Tuesday la tha Third District court to recover glll.M paid aa taxes on Wil- a brakeman In th employ of the Oreson's half Interest In certain property gon Short Lina, saved the Ufa of a la Balt'Lake City. Tha complaint al- child about eight years old In tha leges that on January II, ISM, JdcCor-nic- k railroad yards Tuesday vnlng at tha aad Wllaoa became owners of risk of hla own Ufa. Tha child was lota Id and CT. Mock 1. and lots II, standing In tha middle of on of the 10 aad II, block II. plat A. Salt Lake tracks watching a trala coma tn from City survey. During tha tlm they Garfield on one of the other tracks, owned tha property MoCormlck etatee and did not observe that a Short Una that ha bee paid 3l as taxes and that work trala was backing down upon filU.M was Wilson's ehare. MoCoralck him. Whan tha work trala had approachasks that Wltoon'a undivided one-haInterest in the property be disposed of ed within flv feat of tha child, Walt and the 1111.16 applied to the taxes ley aaw tb peril of tha latter. Instantba paid on It Tbs complaint states that ly ha Jumped from th rear of th shortly after Wllaoa became aa owner backing train and knocked th tod off In the property he loft the etata nod th track, H barely got off th track boa not been heard from sine. 11a left himself before tha work train passed aa relatives la Salt Lake and none la over the spot where ha lit whan ho known to tha plaintiff. Providing that Jumped. Wllaoa caa be found, tbs eomplalnt Neither tha brakeman nor tbe child saka that ba ba summoned to appear waa Injured, but each had a narrow and defend hla title to the property. If from death. The name of tho tt should b learned that ha la dead, child could not bo learned. MoCorntok aaka that aa administrator of Ms estate be appointed ao that the DIVORCES ASKED.. claim upon the property tuny bo adSalt 'Lake. May LMra. Alla justed. Dunham filed an action for divorce OPEN NEW MINING REGION, r from Jamas T. Dunham Tuesday la tha Third District court oa tha ground Ledge 60 Feat WMe Said to Run 2 1 of desertion. They wars married In Salt Laka May It, list, and hsv tw 40 Par Cant Capper. children, William aad Walter, 14 and Reno, Nv May 1. Tha United 11 yearn old respectively. Mrs. DunNevada Copper Mining company of ham aaka for their custody aad tha Rena which n abort time ago pur- expenses of tha suit. Dunham desertchased six mining claims la Spanish ed hla wife, according to tha comSpring Valley mining district, about plaint, about throe years ago, aad tea miles northeast of this city, yes- since that tlm baa refused to supterday east a force of men and four port her or the children. teams with supplies from Reno to the Charles R. Murphy asks lor a mine. Tho mines will be developed from Florence D. Murphy on extensively, and If they prove to be the charge of desertion In a eomplalnt worth what the saw owners believe filed In tho Third District court. For them to bo. It win not b long before flv years they hav lived apart. aaJ the company Is shipping ora. Mrs. Murphy refusea to return to tha On three of the claims a lodge more home he baa always kept open to than 1,000 feet kmff and over 60 feet her. Thai are two children, Grace, wide bus been nn covered. This ledge I years old. and Blanche, g years old. will mi from I to 40 par cent In cop- ami th father asks for their custody. per, and also carries gold and silver They were married la Salt Lake Oca St Apia f& Fancy."' t. The Best on the Market Prompt Delivery E. A. OLSEN " values was worked Tears ago this lodg In a primitive way, and a shaft 160 feat deep was sunk upon It. This ledg exposed a "Urge body of copper ore, but failed to reveal a rich ledg of gold or allvor, and ao the owners wet looking for gold and silver and not for copper they abandoned the property. The new owners Intend to work the claims for their copper values tober g, v 1868. KAYSVILLE NEWS. Kaysvllle, April 86. V. R. Psete lectured In the U D. 8. meetinghouse tonight to a large and appreciative audience. HI subject waa, Utah aad Her People. He explained how Utah appeared from an Eastern standpoint. Illustrated pictures and songs com blnad to make the address even mar Oat sow Harases ye a naadf Don't Interesting. WHITE ALPS MINE. Walter Scofield, who recently undertttak roa aoBt afford H till yonve firm a ehaaea. Wa aetl no (afar Will Be No Greater Mine In Rosebud, went an operation for rapture of th lar good a old faahloaad appHaaoa stomach, rota rued home from Ogden Declares Mining Man. yesterday, and will soon be able to at' tend to hla business again. 8a!t Lake, May 1. That the Whits The W. O. W. gave a character ball la mad teem the boat ot leather In Alps promises to be oeoond tn rich- last at th opera house. Some no Boot workmanlike maaaar. Bleu-t- . ness to no property In the Rosebud vary night handsome and unique costume Battora Whips aad everything diet riot, la the opinion of a conserva- were seen. Henry Graham and Will a ban owner heed tive mining man who recently inspect- Young, as clowns, were verv funny. ed all of the better showings in tbe Prises were awarded to Will Young This and Mias Elisa Bacon for the beet sum cilvergold camp. Co. opinion was expressed after giving due tsfned characters. consideration to the fine showings found In the Brown Palace, tha Dream- ONE ACCIDENT AVERTS ANOTHER land, tha Powhattan and the Oolden DOJOIO COMPANY Anchor. Tho White Alps la down Bountiful, April 30. Wbat might about fifty feet In Its shaft and the havo proved a serious accident waa values are holding strong. averted last night by tba occurrence 155 25th Street Mining men agree that tha Roam of another one not quite ao dangerous. bud district ao far as development Edith Holbrook aad bar little alsterd work has gone Is fulfilling every prom- were driving to meet the dummy ts of Its excellent surface showing. when their bone became frightened at train. The depth of sixty feet has bean at- the approaching Whirling tained on tha Dresntond ledge aad it around, be ran with breakneck speed la taking out ns handsome ruby silver down tbe track, directly ahead of the as was found at tha surfoc. The locomotive. But before the train caught np with Golden Anchor, Brown Petoor and othand Notions of all fctndg ers have proven the continuity of him, one of th wheels became fork thehr ledges and the values have gone ed In a rail and threw th vehicle, down aa far as they have been ex- hors and all down into a hollow on plored. The Brown Italare tunnel Is the west nkle of the track. The train In 128 feat aad It baa about the same passed oa without Injuring the occudistance to ran before ita pants of th carriage, who escaped Wines and Liquors big silver ledge at depth. Tbe com- with a few bruises. pany has started sinking on Its gold ANOTt&R FOREST RESERVE. ledge. Handsome samples of silver chlor-ide- , taken from the Rosebud Rattler's Washington, D. C., May 1. PreaL Haw la ttia time to ardor your Lookout claim, where It is dent Roosevelt has signed a proclamaandsr the heavy outcroppings, tion adding 7SA20 acres to the area SPRING AND SUMMER were received In tbe city yesterday. of the Fish Lake national forest reThey are ao rich that tbe services of serve In Sevier county, Utah. This gn aasayer arc not required to deter- addition, consisting of a strip of conn-tr- y mine tbe wisdom of following tbe along the northwest boemtary of ore. . the forest, including a portion f the water eked upon which the town of MAN NABBED BY POLICE. Ballna depends for Its municipal water supply, was made in response to a peOw goods or now la aad would Salt Lake, May 1. Fred Stone, n tition algned by th Ballna town trusb plooaad to bar roa call la to new resident, was arrested by OOcer tees, tbe quarantine physicians of Seo them. W alao do Carlson Tuesday afternoon and con- lina and Sevier county, representatives repairing, fessed several noun later to whole- of tha Commercial dab of Butina, the daaalng and pressing. sale petty thefts In many local stores Cattle and Wool Growers association sod from residences during tbe eight and the cltlxens of Ballna and vicinity. J. E. BOLSTAD daye be has been bar as aa emplovs Considerable amount of merchantof tbe Capital Electric company. He able timber and a great deal of JuniS13 24th at Phono SOAK. la charged with petit Isroeny, aad per and pinion pin are Included tn about ten erpirate and distinct this addition, the latter apedm ta be HOW ABOUT . BROKE INTO POSTOFFICE. lf Fis 2259 Washington Ave. knil . Lataat Publications ot Sheet Koala Boo tto Woadoiful a l-- frfffttr. GROCERS. 864 Wash. Phases BOM Salt Lake. May l. That a counter-faiter'- e caog la working la Salt Lake la the firm belief of tho police a a result of the arraat late Tuesday night of Thomas A. MorgaA by Sergeant John Roberta. Morgan la charged with paaaing eonatarfait money. Oa hla par-ao-a whan arrwetod ware found qnar-torand half dollars amounting to S, all la oouatarfeU coin. Sorgeaat Roberto was walking skmg la freat of Thors'o confectionery atom. 1U Waat Sontk Temple street. when a maa lamped haatUy from the atora aad maned saat on Sooth Temple street. H bad gona aeareely a rod wha Them came to tho front door aad pointed the maa out to the police charges wiir ba placed against him when be will be asked to answer before Judge Diehl la polk court this ifitruooA, Officer Cartoon nabbed Stone while be was driving tha eieririe company's wagon along Commercial street. He took the man to tho second hand stores on South State street and made him confess to the thsft of several hows places of boar. It was tha stolen It was only tha( brought Stone to woe. Monday when Officer Carlson aw some strange hose In frost of one of tho Stata street Joist while making I'll bet that hose has hla rounds. been aulm, commented the officer to himself as he walked ea up the street and reported at polka headquarters. hardly bad he entered the desk eorgeant'a office when a telephone call came for Chief Sheets frem Mrs. N. A. Ampey, ISO Brigham street. She stated that 60 fast of how had been stolen from her and Officer Carlson thought ha knew a here tt wee. proved 'that h waa cornet In kia surmise. Stone refused to talk truthfully for a time after Me arrest, but Inter made a clean breast of the whole affair. All Our Harness JX Platt Saddlery high-grad- e s Mens Furnishing Goods Fancy Cash Groceries eroes-ouHJn- g cross-cuttin- SUITS g OGDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY, aa of great coming rapidly woognlsod valua for fuel and fencing purpose. Tha regulation of g rlng upon this area will bo of great benefit to residents of Ballna la tha purification ot their city water supply and will at mt and tha oontroveiey the earn between tha sheep and cattlo Interests, which baa at times threatened, serious consequences. No foes will be charged for graaing upoa th aew addition during the coming grasiag season. MAY 1907. RAILROAD WILL FIGHT. WIRELESS RECORD. to Message Sant From Pensacola Point Lama tha Longest Thus Far Noted. Milwaukee StffinS Two , Months The Time teday New York, May 1. th present record for long says that the legality of the, freight rate redaction tow of Mlnneeuts. which distance Tireless transmission? n to officially stated at 8,006 towellto go into effect on June first, aa as that of the twnnt pasenger ml las. Export at th Washington la navy yard glvo credence to tho report- fare tow, which tabes effect today, ed transmission of a wireless message to be tested to the court. A reprefrom Pensacola, Fla., to Print Lomu. sentative of large stockholding InterA 8L Cals., n distance of. over 8.006 miles. ests In the Chicago, Milwaukee To them It points that within tha near Paul eald yeaterifcy that It was pracfuture the question of distance In the tically certain that the constitutionalbut that transmlwioa of massages will be over- ity of the lew could be tested, come. In fact, th station at the navy he could not aay Just In what way this be done. It has not bees decidyard has ao far perfected tie system would as to he able to communicate almost ed, he said, whether It would be don or through dally with Buantaoamo, Cuba, nearly directly by th railroads What to As-sw- r: OLDEST GRAND gECRETARY. Balt Laka, May 1 The death of Cornelius Hedges, secretary of the Grand Lodge ot Masona of Montana, la of special interest In this city, as both ha aad Chris Diehl wars grand secretaries on the same day. October 23. 1871. His death leaves Mr. Diehl 1.800 Bailee. Captain E. F, Qual trough, th oldest grand secretary in point of U. 8. N., to charge of tho wireless wervlce, in the entire Masonic world. telegraphy at the navy yard, to one of tha sanguine believers to tbe future of FLEGAL GUILTY. the wireless, aad bolds It Invaluable to th navy, both to war aad peace. Balt Lake, May 1 Paul gal. tha When asked to express his views as to palmiat and fort u so teller, who was tbs Importance of tbe Pensaoola-Frin- t euovlcted in tho police court for d Lome message, he aald: This translag business without a license, and mission was a remarkable feat Withwho appealed to the district court, waa in my knowledge It to the greatest distoday fined 828 by Judge Armstrong. tance ao far reached oa thla aids of Hla cast was submitted to tha court tho world. I am not aware that tha some time ago on a statement of facta foreign wireless experts hare don any and was argued by tha attorneys and better. Its Importance caa be estimatg ed by saying that unv distance will taken under advisement. Judge rendered a decision finding Fta-g- soon be overcome. The greatest obguilty aad today passed sentence stacles now confronting tbs men Interested la Improving tba system arias upon him. from the confusion of massages between various stations, and the at CARPENTERS SEEK RAISE. obmoaphario conditions. The-fir- st to overcome a war caa L m stacle. There ta however, May Lake, 8lt Indications this morning, whether groat extant by tuning tho Instruments there would b a strike or not among on either end to the proper key. When tbe carpenters. Tbs carpenters want this to dime, even though a number of 84.80 per day ot right hour, instead mtsoago are being transmitted at tbe of ft, a demand which a number of aame time, th operator recognise contractor hav granted. One con- th message Intended for his station. tractor mays he does not object to Our greatest snoot) sa with wireless ee paying tha price to competent men, far has been at pea.' It Is a comparabut ho does object to paying tt to men tively easy thing for vessel to get to oommannleation with another at a wboea services are not worth IL great distance and also with the shore stations It means a load of aaxletv STOLE A TRUNK. lifted from (ho mind of a commandSalt Lake, May I. At T:36 this ing effleer to ho ablo to get hla oxnct morning Officer Davidson of the po- bearings, and especially so whan, by lice force found a trank containing reason of a storm, fog, or heavy weathwearing apparel la aa alloy behind er hla course to directed too near Lome mastha Elgin dairy office on oaat Flrat shore. Th IWnsaoo South street. Upon Investigation ha sage seems more remarkable, whoa It learned that th trank belonged to a to remembered that two mountain bartender named W. C. Adams, and ranges lntarrana, a condition that usuthat during tha right thieves had ally makes It Impossible to establish broken Into hie room, SS Wabash communication. Although tbs Informahouse, removed the trunk to tha al- tion baa not eotne officially, tt naturalloy, broks K open and ttolea a Brit ly Interes tx tho navy department, of doth. Tho offleor la otill at wokf whoso interoota havo boen to perfect on th caao la aa effort to locate tho wireless as far ao poaaibla. The bureau of equipment to constantly soakthieves and reoovsr tha clothing. ing now Information, to keep to touch with changing condition and ImproveRAISED A CHECK. ments and whan an Inventor perfects Balt Laka, May l.--JL man who gave a new Idas he Is usually anxious to tha name of Thomas Keith waa ar- have a government teat. In eaaae-qaenowa try ont many new instrurested thla afternoon on th charge of raising a cashier1 check from $1 ments at dha navy yard station, aad to 1106. Keith preaentad th check to when om to found to eontain aa ImMeredith and Guthte In payment for a provement over something ta us It Is bicycle. Th change waa refused un- usually accepted to supplant th old til tho chock oould bo cnahod ot th method. . bank and It Boon became apparent value flrat was not of tha It that tt JOHN SHERMAN'S JEALOUSY wore appeared to ba Tho polio OF SENATOR MORRILL called la pad the maa waa arrested by. Detective Shanla th May American Magnate Us non. IL Terbell describes tha great fight of 18iS In Congress over reduction of CELEBRATE MAY DAY ABROAD, th tariff. On the senate eommlttee aat John Sherman of Ohio and Jwtln B. Morrill of Vermont Miss TnibaQ (Continued from Png On.) goes on: In this city and a round th bay walked "At th bond of tho oennto ont of th shops today became thrir was Mr. Mori 11, who twenty employers had refused an olghbhonr three years before had introduced tn Ris-doUnion Iron tha The works, to th house of representatives day. tha Iron works aad twenty other shop bin with which this narrative opened. era praotieally tied up. Btaoe 1867 ha had boon a member of Twentyeeven shops granted to tho tb sensto giving th bnlk of hio time men the right-hoday for which th to revenue questions. He waa sevenlight la befog waged, and frilly 16 per ty-two years old naw and In spite rent of the nnloa men la (ho Iron of over twenty years' tabor oa tariff trades continued tt work. Aa arbttre-ti- schedules was still dignified end courtha been made has by proposal teous! bat tbe of organisation employer, John Sherman waa to Morman will stay out pending Its consid- rill cm the committee anext,, ba held plaoe weak eration. It will b frilly a with had greo. Sherman had lost tha various unions have mat to his rank oa the eommlttee of finance, pass upon It of which he had formerly been chairman, ; by hla appointment to Mr. CLERKS WANT MORE PAY. Hayes' Cabinet In 1876; tt being an invariable rule tbit a member re Butte, Mont, May 1 Wbat are per- taming to tho senate after on Interhaps tbe queerest May Day strike In regnum should go to the foot of hte history came today when the Clerks ta party eollaegnes os oommlttas. When the officer of County Aaeeaaor Boland, Sherman returned in 2881 ho thought who get $100 per month, presented a he should be an exception to th nils demand for an Inoreaaa averaging SQ0 Ho hod np to this time outranked Mr. per year and tha IS Jurors In Judge Morrill to both . house and senate. Don lirns court, who were laid off two Hla aervlcM aa oecrptary 'nf tha weeks ago, presented a demand for treasury had given him special skill 12 days pay, the period of their lay- la dealing with revaoM question But off. Tha matter la to ba adjusted. Mr. Morrill declined to yield. It looked m If Mr. Sherman would elt DENVER MILL MEN STRIKE. - et th foot of tho tab! whoa Mr. Allloon, who era a member of th Denver, Col May 1. Union mill eommlttee, appreciating tha strata, men aad wood .workers employed Inj quietly suggested, to hie Republican tbe planing mills aad lumber yards of colleagues that Mr. Shannon be moved thla city went out oa strike today to np next to Morrill. This woe done enforce their demand for a closed but from th beginning of tho work on About 1,000 men are Involved.' the bill tho effect of hla defeat was alp. No shops were compelled to cloae, aa moat notices ole on Sherman's temper men continued at work. and attitude. He wee arrogant ta tha A sympathetic otrtke In tho building oommltte and out He says la his 'Recollections' that he wee plqued' by trades will follow. Morrill's failure to yield to him. The MOULDERS WANT EIGHT-HOUword to mlld- - n Ann-stron- al some stockholder Th freight rate lav, which to to take effect a month hence, to regarded by tbe managements of the railroads to Minnesota as of much more importance then the passenger fere lew and It Is thought that the chief contest will be over (he legality of the former. INSURANCE a, . y . cmb-mltto- o n f have ufllHvf tftk m bladder troabJo tar tern yoonjZ' "Last March I eommenred aad continued for three bob! I have not need 1 einoe, nor havTlwi Spain. SCANDAL. Bcnigham, Carrington and Btifrup Are Given BaiL New York. May L When George B. Bcragham, member of the International Policy holders' eommlttee, and Charles F. Carrington and Charles 8tlrrnp, assistant managers of th safe organisation, arrested tote tost plgbt on charges at forgery In connection with the recent election of directors of th Naw York Life Insurance company,, ware arraigned before a police magistrate today, their cases were continued until Monday next Scru-ghaand 8t!rrup were released ea $2,606 bail aad Carrington oa $3,000. Before he wa arraigned la court Bcragham lee nod a statement la which be declared that acta of aa entirely legal nature have been misconstrued ao en to make It appear that aa attempt was mod to circumvent the laws governing the Insurance election and to procure the counting by fraud of tho beUots sot properly executed. "I believe that! am well and I for glvo my highest eommeadatlTr the euratlv qualities of Pernn tw Fo-m-- . Inhabitant .JT and Maaalla. "I took only two bottles of end on of Mansi in, and now I fig batter than I hers tot soma tima, rn 1 fool that Parana aad Manalfo sm om and mad a different woman of m altogether. 1 bless theday IpSekedn 9 wen ef th Island of Stremboli Have Fled. . Mssoinl, Blcily, May 1. Soma of the Inhabitants of the Island of Btromboll, who hare fled from there aad reached thla city describe tho eruption of th Strom boll uotoeae aa terrific, Th detonations wore deafening. Red burning atones, ashen and cinders- were thrown np and about a thousand feet over tha top of tha volcano, which to 8.040 foot abovs the level of tho sea, an Immense dark umbrella shaped cloud formed. Th Industrious population of the to land, numbering about 8,000, had with great efforts gradually cultivated the rides of th volcano almost up to th enter, chiefly ee vineyard hot the eruption, has entirely destroyed everything within a radius of 1,600 feet of the enter and baa esriousl ydasagad the rest of the Island. ' FOREIONERB FOR THE SOUTH. - - -- reonotase Gov, Hoke Smith and Party Been BuocasefuL TreaMt. tact, tottkodty aookyoUthottmL "This summer 1 got ao vary M i thought I would try Parana, so I vnfc to yon aad began et oao to take Ptrere IB ACTIVE. VOLCANO rer Kidney Mr Geo, H. Blmeer, Grant, Oatuk. Can., write i I had not been well for about i veer I bed kUmey troubk. m la-Pr- gnbao-queatl- KIDNEY TROUr A fit. Paul I to Contest the Freight Law. Hava . London, May 1. After a tour ef the continent, daring which visits 'were made to Hamburg, Bremen, Vienna and other ptoses with the objeot of In. during emigration to Georgia, Gov. Hoke Smith and party-erhere. Gov. Smith told representatives of the Associated Press today that hie trip had been anocasaful and that ho had In removing noma prejudices against emigrating to th Southern states. Ho said ha had been promised that a a amber of ships would sail direct from European porta to Savannah euc-eaed- ihe little book and read of your Ferue It la tbo tailMu of tho kUaon k nearer from tbo Mood gif materialM. Theymiut be satire slim time, else th system suffer Therein Jmae whan they need sllttieassiatiaae Parana to exactly thla sort of are. idy. It has saved many people fee itosstor by rendering the kidneys at a time when they wan not tiq ' v to bear their own harden m-vie-s end that others would make Savasuk a poit of call. PROMOTED FROM RODMAN. New York, May 1. New York asofficials announce that Geoqt Henry Dental who has been earns d with th company for twsntr-eyears, will today retire from attire service. It to understood that he wU ooeupy a consulting position. Mr. Daniels was born In HampiU DU December let, 1848, and bogs Ik railroad career when 16 years ell n rodman hi' the engineering ooiye 4 the Northern - Missouri railroad, h 1886 he entered the service of th ltar York Central. tral BALLOON SIGHTED. 8L Louis, May 1. A special to fit from Cape GtrerlWi Missouri, says: The big balloon A merle which relied from St. Louis lest night, baartai Aeronauts McKay and Chandler, pore od over this piece this morning at very high altitude. The balloon cbm from the west bat after crowing tin Mississippi river encountered snottaf sir current which quickly changed III course to th northeast. Post-Dispat- bo-fo- G O L D IN VEBEB COUNTY We have collected thousands of dollars In gold for our Weber county client Reoently the Utah Vinegar and Pickle Works; Carlos Holst, a traveling man; O. F. Boreman, tha lawyer L. B. Balch, tha butcher; Mrs. Georgeua Marriott; George Smoln; R. Chrletopherson, and Mrs. Mary Ann Frew, of Syracuse, havo been (ho favored one Wa will collect some for yon If yon tarn in your claim Write term . R DAY. JAPAN CAN BUILD ITS OWN SHIPS Tacoma Wh.J, May 1. About 100 anion molders went out oa strike bars Toklo, April ML Tho minister of r day and 18.45 marine denies tha report that Japan today for an has ordered a 21, per day. battleship In England. Ho said ouch a step would SPOIN ELECTRICIANS STRIKE not bo necessary aa tho works at Karo eight-hou- 000-to- n KANE. and Yokosuka were capable ef constructing larger ships than th encodSpokane, Wash.. May 1. About 80 ing taro lunched there. electrical worker quit work today beThe torpedo boat destroyer Kurn-enkcause contractors refused to grant the recently launched at Kuraga, new wage scale of $6 for eight hours. the minister said, had been constructed from a special credit which wu GORKY IN ROME. not exhausted and there were funds sufficient for tha construction of sevGovernment Has Refused ta Allow Him eral more torpedo boat destroyers, tha ta Speak. keels of which will be laid immediateRome, May 1. In the fear that the ly Japan haa now 44 torpedo boat meeting over which Maxim Gorky was destroyer scheduled to preside tonight near the Coliseum would he productive of trouNEW MARKET RACE. ble, the government has refused to alLondon. May 1. At New Market low It to be bold. Tho promoters, however, say tho moating will take today tha 2,000 guineas stakes for place das pita governmental order to colta and fillies foaled la 1904, distance the contrary, but Gorky, owing to 11 one mile, waa won by Slfeve Galllon. health, will not be present. In some Slavonian was second, Lanier third, quarters It Is believed tbe police have 8Ieve Galllon, who was a warm faGorky under surveillance and that this vorite, mad all the running and won to realty the reason he has decifped to by three length The betting wee at 10 to 4 on Blieve speak. Th garrison la In preparation riots that may break Galllon, 106 to $ against Beioalia and for any May-ca100 to 6 against Lin sc re ont Danny Maher, the American Jockey, STRANGER HAS DISAPPEARED. rode Bexonlan. -- n, y Berkeley. Cal., May 1. George Yelth, a visitor hero from New Yoik, to missing sod th police have ben asked to help find him. He went out for n stroll tn tba foothills back of Berkeley on Thursday last and since then be baa not been seen. It ta feared that he may have gotten lost in tbe hills or met with foal play. Om Bert. There goes Roxham. Every time I think of that man'a financial embarrassment It makes me yearn to help him. Financial embarreasment V Ye; hes got so much money he odesn't know what to do with It!" Sketchy Bits ' - Merchants Protective Association Scientific Collectors of Golden Dollars From non-unio- n Honest Debts -- i Fifth Floor Commercial National Bank Bldg Salt Lake City, Utah. Francis G. Luke, General Mgr. "Borne People Dont Llko U"