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EXAMINER: MORNING THE UTAH. OGDEN. 62; Dee. 96 Dec. 1 34 Dec. 40 3-40 ttata-Se- pt. 16.43. Pork step:. Oct M.Jfi. lard- - Sept, 16 12 Oct. S.6u. Riba Sept. 867 83. Rye--CasBarley Cash. 37a6S. FRIDAY, ACOrPT 2, WOT. Wheat Sept. Com-Se- pt. NEW YORK CITY OF'M'CES! CONSTANT VIBRATION ALL IN ROADS. public serNew York, Aug. l.-vice cuiuiuivauin uf Grraier New Y'ork crusted by the legulatuie, at the earuewi request of lioternor Charles Cl Hughes, w regula'e public utilities, will today begin the umat iniportau-UscreaThe A7TR,r. rW. New Tork, shared ia the depression of a ' tiulMV and weak reran and W by the Bank of F.ug:nd it has undertaken siuce Its -Bank of Franco. of the ljod tion. This wurk. an investigation into The favoraulv AioW the merger of the transit facilities cf vnrly showing of tins and Jj" inxa had Manhattan and the Bronx, has long been demanded by ibe public, through paid to ,h attention Jun the medium of the presa. Charges that lively nnfa tumble showing hate been made are that the stocks of net earning. Oaln iu the auitea the a merged railroad properties, which vibration of prieea. he wluclude the subway, elevated and at the end of tle day mere anally heavily at reel railways, hate been "BonJ aei Irregular. Tulal aalea. watered and that the transit fsdlitiea Sul offered the public are grossly Inadepar value, railroads are boBda) wrt uiniiHUgtid on till. quate. The merged known under the name of the Cuiupauy, and CLOftING TOCK LIST. August Belmont and Thomas F . Ryan are the men la control. Theodore Atchison , of the Pando pfil !?i Shouts, formerly chairmanhas ; recently ama canal coiumhodon. BalUmura aiul Outs "J become president of the Company. Canadian Iatifir 143 William R. Wilcox, chairman of the Clili ago anJ N..rtbaeatvrn. .. a. do public service commission, and until will Cuktrnio Southern . . recently poll master of New York, will w preside al tbe tnrest.gation which the 1)B4T IBil Ku GnioiiBe be rondurted by WlllMin Ivina, do pfiL, bid J1 tbe fl special investigator employed by sucMr. Ivina, who la h rommlsaieuer. Ceniral inin-- la ; lla cessful lawyer, has gained n fame seclamiarllle and Naahvllln Hughes Mexican Central 7 ond only to that of Governor aa a keen Inquisitor In public investiMissouri PariHc Near York Central gations. J . The drat session of the investigaPennsylvania Alder-manition, which la to be held In the Heading will of the ball, chamber city Inland Rock ; begin nt 2 o'clock 111 la afternoon. dO Pfd Mr. Shonta nil! be the Brat witness 2 Kt. Paul end be will be followed. In turn by Southern pariflf. H. H. V reels nd, president of the New Rwtbera Railway York City railroad; Oran Root, Jr., 1 niun Pacific general manager of that corporation; do pfd. ...... ' Vine President end manager K.Gen-P. Wabash, bid ' Bryan of tbe Interborough, and Wisconsin Central eral Buperinlendent Frank Hedley, Miscellaneous. who haa charge of its etibwaya. J Amalgamnlad Copper 41' The Inveetlgatlon at first will be and Foundry Car Anieiiran traffic aide ......... 66 concerned chiefly with thefinancial A me rl ran Igmimntlve aide 111 of the merger, later the Am. Smelting and Refining will be gone into very fully, it la ......lMt do pfd, 66 probable that eiperta will be retainBrooklyn Rapid Trannlt 10 ed to examine the books of the corColorado Fuel and Irou H porations and that experts on transInternational Paper 74 portation, replacement, electricity, andy National lllacult . ao forth, will he ended to give 66 National which will form the basis for 16 Pacific Mail nn estimate of tbe coat of operation 16 CSas People'n 11 and maintenance. The Investigation, Pre wted Sletd Car It la expected, will extend over sev161' Iullmaa Palace Car, bid ...... ..600 eral weeks. or not Messrs. Belmunt and Mtandard Oil Whether 110 Huger Ryan will be called upon to testify baa Tenneanea Ciatl and Iron, bid. . . .140 not been announced. 16 Vnlted Htetea Steel trrt Real Peace Conference gins With Todays a Be- Initiative The Hague. Aug. 1. Mr. Choate, supporting the proposal fur the ea- ( tublikhment of n permanent court of arbitration, quotrd from the letter written by Roosevelt to Andrew Carnegie, on April 6. and read at the International Peace Congress lu New York. He said that the instructions given to the American delegates were to see that tne Judges of this court be selected from rilfferest countries and that they should represent the different eyetema of law and procedure and the most important languages of the world. The court was to be of such dlgulty. consideration and rank tkat the best aud ablest jurists could accept appointment thereto. The whole world must have absolute confidence In their Judgments. One tuiug that prevented more frequent recourse to Tbe Hague tribnual, as created by the conference of 188, Mr. Choate said, had been the expense, and the I'nltod States proposed ihxt the expenses cf the mw court and the salaries of the Judges be borne by the powers In common. This would make tho court free to wnumever appealed to It. Mr. Choate then proposed that a suitable committee be appointed to decide upon the powers and character of the projected court, saying he thought It would be well to have seventeen judges Instead of fifteen, ao that the country representation would be more general. In conclusion, Mr. Cb'inie said: It to alx weeks since this conference first assembled, and there la certainly no time to lose. We havo done much to regulate war and very little to prevent it. Irt us unite on thla great pacific measure and satisfy the world that the second pence confer ence really desires that In the future pence, and not war, be tbe normal condition of civilised natLnns. The general opinion expressed tonight to that the real peace confer ence began today with the Initiative of the American delegates, who arc praised for their determination to VIOLENCE IB ADVISED. carry n logical proposition tbat la hollered to be the most important effect Strike Leader Urges His Followers te toward parlflcalkm of the world. Bheut te Kill. JJ' a teati-muu- la-e- do pfd. .100 1 Western Cnum Northern Pacific Great Northern, pfd Interborongh Metropolitan 131 111 16 41 63 60 POWDER Duluth, Minn., Aug. 1. Work on the ore docks began promptly this mornMarker ing with 143 men and more will lie do pfd. put to work ea the dev advances. There wax no trouble. Thera ere beCHICAGO FUTURES. tween IDUJMMI and 25U.WW tons of ore the dork, which arrived last Chicago, Aug. 1. The leading fu- upne besides tbe Proctor yarde are week, ture were na fullowa: loaded cars. No word has full of Wheat-Aug- ust. 6uc. I6c, 80e. come from tbe range country yet and Beptemlier, 62c, 81 e, 6!c. to taken as an Indication tbat May, f 101. this lier, 66c, PSe. Itic. there wee no violence when loading $t.0U, 11.00 al.01. at Hlbblnge. Sheriff Bath la Corn Brpiember, 64e, 53e, began upon the aceue and will wairh things 81 .c, December, 60a50e, 6(r. report lo the governor If there to 6la61e. May, 82e. 61e. 62e. and need of troops. 4Un 4ue, bins were resumed this morn4nc. December, 4V, 40c, 4U. ingOpera! In both the Hibblng and Eveleth o, May, 42c. 43e. districts. At Eveleth more than 3M lork September, $16.46, $16.28, men were working, and nt the Feyal 616.46. ore wee being taken out. The mine Lar- d- Hepfeniber, $9.22. October, Drake and Stratton company waa Mao $0.27, $6.20. 66.20. $6.70. Rllie Kepfetnber, $1 6$, stripping. In the HIMilng district a Urge numOctober. $1.62, $8.67. $6.67. ber of mlnea were operated tbia morndo pfd, ...................... r 2 COMMISSION. Police Commissioner Bingham of New Produce. York Planning One. the produce market today the butter market was enay; creameries, New York. Aug 1. Police JOftlJl-f- ; dairies. Mti". B'nghani In planning to esKgga firm, at mark rmu Included tablish a secret service that mav lie Orals, 16; prime flrats. International In scope. Tbe commis17. sioner thinks there alumld be a body Cheese, steady to 120131-2- . of men who would not be known even to the central office detectives. The Chicago Cattle. commissioner believes that the EuroI. Auk. Chicago. ('.it tie Receipts pean cilles and the cities throughout t.iHiii. Market steady, neevea 4.40 the tnlted Htsies should work to7.W: Cfiw a t 4DuS 20; helfera $2.40a gether. and he has a scheme in mind 3 40; calve $3 511x7.0"; good to prime seeking to Improve (he methods of aleer $5.80a7 5H; poor to medium $4. ronimnnloatinn so that all elites will Mtaa.75; aUJCkera and feeders $2.6"a be constantly In touch. In ihls way 4 fin. criminals amid be traced easily after Mugs Rer-l- pt 16.000. Market 6a the courndasion of a crime. 1"c hirher Commissioner llinehain expects to Ught S(i05al.55: mixed la OOal.t; heavy 63.80a6.30; rough ask for a rl'y appropriation of 15 f 0x5.85: pigs I5.78a.:i0; to further his plans. good In $3.00x5.25; bull $2 .(i'Ml.1"': calvea It. 73a?. 00; western steer western cows 2.75a4 25. llogn Receipts P.ihmi. toiH5ko; HARRISON FAYF: I want to thank somebody for Mending me Kings of the Platform and Pulpit, aspreaented by Ijwturers aud Humorists." I hope many copies will be printed and circulated. I want every one to be as happy as I am. , Labor has more to eat and more to wear in the United States than in any other land uf this earth. ROBERT G. IXGKK80LL. P- - We want protection! I have known a fanner to get np in the early morning to help a calf that had got fast in the barn, and the very first thing that calf did was to kick the granger's knee out of joint, wtira therp was a hired man Mtandiug near that the calf could have kicked. GEO. W, PECK, (i CRIME IN NEW YORK. So Muoli of It That Four Night Courts Are Naoeseary. is so Aug. 1. TUn-tnurt crime In New York after dark that it probably will he nrnxary to establish fonr night court Instead or to he tonusl'ii open' the one which e.1 In Jefferson Market ;it x o'clock c thle' evening. Tho suggestion vs ut a Market 5e meeting of the of mjelsirates lower. Heavy IS.OoaO i; yesterday after it had been stated thm rr(erB pigs and !ih' fc6.10a6.25. between 4 every urisouer ;.(mM. SheepReceljos Market o'clock In the n ui,l 2 oclock Muttons wteady. lambs In the mnmics. iu fhe entire 42 prear.2:,s7.4n; I0.6US7A0: Tanite wethers $5.26x6.25; cincts of Maiib:i(.;iii would hate to be led ewes lirn 5.5n. arraigned in tne oik court and th.it In bo first iia uf ,!i-the Chicago Produce. number f ir rex's i inner hiur'a had Chicago Aug. L Close: Uisdc an aievaqc of .;;i a Uu. ei-ie- EX page. You can kill more error with exaggeration in n than you can kill with truth in a thousand years. ELI PEKKIXK. week Mules are like sum men, very corrupt Three Times at harte, I have known them to be good mules for months, just to git a good chance to kik sumbody. G JOHII BILLINGS. What do yon think, Mr. Twain, about the existence of a heaven or hell? I do not want to express an opinion; it ia policy for me to k(ep silence. I have frienda in both places. MARK TWAIN. . Where are our btwt liars today? Look for them where you will and you will find t hat they are passing away. Go into the cemetery and there you will find them mingling Tilth Die dust, but striving still to perpetuate their bn si ness bv marking their tombs with a gentle pre varication chiseled in emluring stone. KILT NYE. Will drive awav the Bines quicker than anything else on earth!" HENRY WARD BEECIIER. The greatest array of wit, eloquence, wisdom, snpe-doland epigrams ever presented iu one volume. This book is the death of Melancholy; the grave of sighs; the treasure house of gladness. es - ! Har-rtma- n n panic-stricke- n. Fer-Do- n u -- lllllllllllllllHIIHimFt1HTAJiiiiAJ111J-AliA-lill-u-tll,illiliillMiliAttl,lllll,fl- l HOME MANUFACTURERS 1 1 4 14444-- 4 1 1 LOOK AT THE LABEL AND INSIST ON OGDEN AND UTAH MADE GOODS I 1141444 I MfrH IU II It 6 ( ! KM III III 6frKl W I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 Packers of High Grads Vsgetablss Pure Food Catsup. Feed Perk A Beans Pisrct's Purs Pure Feod Hominy, Worcestershire tauca. Ws pack but ens grads of geode I I ALWAYS THE BEST UTAH CANNING CO. Whaeoale and Retell Manufacturer ef made by AWNINGS UNION MADE : 226 e I WAT. J. G. READ & BROS. CO. The best and Largest Manufaw tu rare in ths West. 334 te 340 Twenty-fourt- h OGDEN. UTAH. Street. PEARCE PIONEER FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Manufacturer Iran and Brass Castings, Shafting. Pulleys, Belter and Tank Work, and all kinds ef Machine Work. 2651 Wash. Ave. 'Phone 340 Bell i if 1 1 1 1 ! ii 1 1 GILLES 1 PLANING MILLS OGDEN, UTAH. Phene 107P. Manufaoturers of Saak, Doors, Frames, Mantles, Moulding, Weed Turning, Band Sawing and Stair Office and Mill Comer Building. Twenty-secon- d Itrcct end Washington Avenue, Oppoeite Taber naola. Phence, Ind. 646; Bell 1306. BTIMATEB FURNISHED. ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK. Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company C. W. CROSS CO Manufacturers ef Honeysuckle Evrporitsd Milk Wen the gold medal at the State Fair, 105. A trial can will you thera Is none JUST AS GOOD Ack your Greyer for IL FACTORY AT. .OGAN. UTAH.' Manufacturers of and Who I seal sad Retail Dealers In Manufacturers of Weak. Ava OGDEN, H4 -H VINEGAR and PICKLES STRICTLY A HOME PRODUCT. TENTS and Columbia Club Ggar Co. 1 1 UTAH VINEGAR AND PICKLE WORKS 1 JOHN HOXER Perfee to Clgaro T14E BEST. Harness and Saddlery II III 1 Columbia Club OGDEN, UTAH. New York. ' : - laughter and horse sense on every PRESIDENT M KINLEV. sr-riv- al eil , numor is what haa been; Wit ia what might be. ELI PERKINS. I hare put it Washington, Aug. 1 The departThe merriment of the Age condensed into one ment uf Justice today issued the folJ,.J. 1XGALLH. CONDITIONS OF PUBLICATION: . The sixe of the lowing etatemenl regarding the eult , B '4V1 recently filed against the inches wide- and 3 inches book is 9 inches long, 6 powder trust: If ii. tuition would be free, its young men must be thick, 670 pages. It is carefully printed nn super-caleI'nder the lawa of Delaware, the stockholder! of n corporation ran dered pajter, profusely illustrated with engravings made the most important factor iu its policies and parties. bring about ha dissolution by filing M. DEPEW. CHAtNCEY especially for this book. seccunaeut with the their unanimous t ' retary of atate. Thla is what waa i',y doue by the Dupont Powder company -of Delaware, which to one of the three FTYLEft AND PRICEF: Extra English ; cloth operating rompantca In tbe alleged finish, $2.75; postage extra, 23c. pow.ler trust. Tho dissolution of a company does not, however, under the law of Delaware, prevent It from being ! sued. On yesterday the department was Informed that there had been g transfor one year and pay the 11th and 12th months' subTo any ponton who xvtll pay $3.00 for six months subfer of the asset a r( the dlaaolvnd company prior to yesterday's proceedings scription to the Morning Examiner or Evening Htandard ; scription in advance. In dissolution. If so. It may be nec25c extra by mail. Or sign a contract to take tbe Daily essary, by amending the petition, to bring in whatever concern may havo taken over the assets as an additional party. The fourth battalion of the MiddleThe ault to proceeding to the entire st $500, which he fornlriied. I'pon ber 13. Others have written me on fort to make his 2,000 acre park like a fairy land, with gushing fountains, sex regiment arrived, bringing a Maxhlx relesxe he left the state end has the subject eatlwfactlon of the department. The directors whose terms expire cascades and beautiful lakes, for bis im gun. A section of the Essex regmt been heard of since until the AD BALT LAKE bride, James B. Duke, president of the iment will arrive early today, making of the Frr-- Don show lu thla city this autumn are: Mr. Aetor, Mr. and myself. A fourth director American Tobacco company, pumped the military strength about 7,000 men. few weeks hro. The fact that he CATCH BOY PHENOMENAL. This Imposing display of force is traveled with the company se the will have to ho alerted by the stock- the Raritan river at this point nearty holders for a farm of one year in the dry. producing a reassuring effect on the Bide Partner ef Fer-DoShow Taken boy pbenomenul' made it a hard matMr. Duke has on his estate artificial general public, which, early In the ter for the officials to trace him or place of Mr. J. C. Welling, deceased. Back te Logan. 1 long since reached the conclusion lakes covering an area of several hun- trouble, was somewhat Identify him. The Cache county auBalt Lake. Aug. 1. After evading thorities learned of his presence In that, although I owe a great deal to dred seres. They are supplied from Important developments are expected August 2, on which date there will the authorities of thla state for the the city and telephoned to the aher-lir- a the stockholders for the trust which the river by a pumping station. more In him than arrrated. Mr. honor Duke have bis for be of have yearn a special parade of the disaffected to twenty bride, they here office Dr. S. or M. four more. years past toImposed In roe as the holder cf their ordered hie fountains to be run to police. Wells, the lioy phenomenal" with tha lie will be taken back to Losan The police have received communimedicine show, was ar- night to atand trial. Wells claims proxiea, they could not ask me to offer their fullest capacity during Me hongreat numerous station! eymoon. Yesterday there was scarcecations from rested last night by Deputy Sheriffs that he la Innorent and will fight the myself as a candidate for at thla time. Nor am 1 disposed to ly enough water left In the wells of throughout the country .expressing Bharp and R perry upon the charge of case and bent It. make any effort to procure proxies. the Raritan Woollen mills to keep the sympathy with their movement and having performed a criminal operation In view of the letters and promises boilers going, where 1,000 persona are declaring In many cases a willingness STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. upon Mlaa Tena Garrett at Logan, which have already reached me, 1 feel employed, and operations were bnAight on the part of the writers to lay down Cache county, in I9U2. Consequently if possible, to attend the meet- to n standstill. To relieve the eltua-tkm- , their arms and strike at a moment's the boy" did not appear at Election of New Directors Fish Not bound, and shall, after hearing wbat may Mr. Duke's manager ordered the notice when like action la taken In ing, the patent medicine iierformance last Candidate. he brought out, vote my shares and pumping station closed down. Belfaat. nighr. but was al the county Jail withThe Chamber of Commerce decided proxies as may be confided to roe in in a few rods of the allow, wMtlng Pidh 1. the beet interest of the owners of the to memorallae the Lord Lieutenant of New York, An. Stuyrexxnt TROOPS IN BELFAST. to put up the required tor Fer-DoInland, the Karl of Aberdeen, regardhail of $3UI. At the earliest moment being seked se to hie position in re- whole capital stock. he could get away from hie audience spect to the next meeUng of stockBelfast, Aug. 1. Troops continue to ing the situation. The terms of the FOIBLL& OF THE RICH without being observed. Fer-Dowent pour into the city, emphasising the memorial have not been disclosed but the Illinois Central railfact that the authorities are fully de- It is thought that It appeals for a procto the jail and put up the money and holders of road, aald: Wells was released. Must ba Indulged at the Expense of termined to grapple promptly with riotr lamation declaring martini law. Within a few days quits s number Picketing was resumed at the Ing whether on the part of the striking Well was arrested for the offense the Many. wharves today and there were several dock laborers or the mutinous police, in 19"2 and was given a preliminary of the etockholdere have sent me their who ere demanding more pay because instances of vehicles in charge of dock hearing al Iigan and lionnd over to proxies to vote at the next annual carters being overturned. Swerville, N. Y Aug. 1. In an ef ef the extra work the strike entails. the district court. ' Ilia ball waa fixed meeting, to I held in Chicago, Octo choice heavy M PRESIDENT CLEVELAND FAID: In my Library and read it with pleasure. authors. n On m, Pure liquors? Pure destruction! Nearly all the genuine champagne made ia taken by the (ourts of T. DE WITT Europe. What we get ia horrible swill. TALMAGE. THIS BOOK FREE 0. Kansas City Cattle. Kansae city, Aug. I. Ckltle 6.000. Market stead-.- . Na'vr steers $5.00s7."0; native atIj heifers $2.00a55: etoekerv :i, Teed-er- Kiogrupbiea, reininincences and lectures of the greate bnmnrigtH, lecturers and dirinets many of them being from original manuscripts by the distinguished M 4 d.20a6.3n. Sheep- - Reeelpta ll.ouo. Market Natives 63 50a6.75: western steady. 13 50x5 66; yearlings M.ooso.gO; ambe I5.50a7.36; western I3.50a7.65. When you are feeling Out of Forts" and are nerrons and lidgety, American literature and Humorists will bring yon around and make you feel that life is worth living. GENERAL W, T. SHERMAN. . n Tbe ore from these mines Is being to Duluth and Two Harbors to shipped Chicago, Aug. 1. Tho rash the ducke there. upply were aa follows: There was no violence of any kind Flour -- Steady. ttila morning, but the effect of nn InWheat No. 2 spring, 16 C $100; No. flammatory speech by Strike Ijeador 2 red. 66 Petrlella, 'before n muss meeting of Corn Nn. 2, 64 14(112; No. 2 yelstrikers nt f'hlaholm last eventhe low. 66 (t to feared. PetrlelU'e speech waa ing, Oaln No. 2, 45 Na 3 white. repented In four languages. He said 47412. the moment was at hand when the Barley flood feeding, 66058; fair miners should take the law into their In choice Dialling, 66063. own bands, lie ordered the men to Fins Seed- - Na northwestern, $1.15. arm themselves and be prepared to Seed 65. Prime, $4 Timothy strike to kill. He aald he did not care Clover Seed Contract grades, $15.-$how many of them were killed for the cause and urged the men to fight to Short riba, aides ( loose 8.600 $6.70 the last. FetrlelM aald he had wired Mil.Mesa pork, per $16.33 0 16.4(1. that he who replied the governor, lArd, per liut lbs- ,- $6.65. would make e personal Investigation. Short clear aides (boxed I), $8,171-"1 want you to glre them twenty-fou- r $6.12 13. hours end If nt the end of that Whiskey basis of high wines, $1.31, time justice Is denied us, be ready to strike nt tbe bend of any man who Receipts and Shipments. tries to crush you. Atilcela Shlnmta. Receipts. He advised the men to keep within their own halls and guard them with rifles. The Western Federation of Mlnere. he said, was behind them. $30.-(ti(- ilawkeye Man, Eli I'erkinn, Kill Xje, Jonh V. Nan by, Kill Arjt, Artemua Ward, Petroleum Killing, Geo. W. Peek, Mm. Partington, I'hauueey M. Pejew, Kobert G. lngemoll, John K. Gough, T. IVWitt Tnlmage, Henry Ward Keecher, Ham Jones, Bret Harte, Robert Collypr, Rev. Jog. Parker, Kev. t'barleg II. Hjiurgeon, etc. 1-- quata-llon- a SERVICE .Mark Twain, I had rather be a beggar and spend my last dollar like a king, than be a king and spend my money like u ROBERT U. lXUEltSOLL. beggar. MV Cash Quotations. SECRKT Fomp of the authorn brought together in Kings of the Pint form in American LetTureru and Humoriais: 4 ing. B COMPANY. The Dissolution of a Company Does Not Prevent Bull. 4c. $4.Gu. THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE Pn-slde- c ... American Lecturers and 99 Humorists Cemmittsa ts Inquire Into tbs Water ed Stock. WMMeeliy InsignifBonds Irregular. Net Change icant KINGS OF THE PLATFORM Edward Blchsel, Proprietor. Factory 2454 Wall Ave nun 1411 Ogden Pharmacal Company Blue Label Flavoring Extracts and Gold Cross Olive Oil oan-vinc- THARNESB, SADDLES AND SADDLERY HARDWARE. 2250-225- 2 Washington Avenue. Bell Telephone 642-X- .