THE MOr.KIXfJ EXAMINER, OGDEN, IT.MT, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY!!, V.)0. commission a are assured of their plait-- , like Admiral Walker and Davis, have been giving some at(enti'n to the provision of tbe clecical force ami ihe engagement ot engineers talent to conduct actual work of canal digging. II Major-- General SALT LAKE DEPARTMENT Freni the Examiner's Special Correspondent Democratic Arraign Republican Majority. . THE RICE HEARING. with the knifs tfi war to the xniit, Balt Lake City driven home, Jn the night. evasion of the Council. The state will this morning, in the Rice hearing, place on the stand George W. Muncy, the man who turned states evidence and confessed the erime in which he alleges was participated in by himself. Rice and Hunter. Mrs. Elizabeth and Mrs. George Muncy were the prlncopal witnesses The examined yesterday afternoon. former swore that while listening to a conversation between Rice and. Hunter she heard one of them say: "We made a bad mess of the burglary and let Sheets get away with tbe money. The testimony of the ot her witnesses examined did nut differ materially from 'that given during the morning session. demonstrated beyond the and the doubt a intensity .kado In Niterncx of the political feeling ot that body, and ythe impossibility , the unless rettthing an' agreement some line of . ddlne and enforce In burning words, his Coundl-- ; voice quivering with passion. Of the Demo-ertti- c leader man Fcrnairom, minority, arraigned the Repub. lican majority, aaylng: , Vntt ltav taken upon yourselves the rtivriMe wiwnsiblllty of deadlocking defiance of lhe business of the city." in I the Mayor's jiower of. appointment; you transac-''tio- n Tare stubbornly preventing lhe of business for the interests-o- f a the city, but e will soon teach youone kwon that you will not forget, that will make you bang your heads Council of . . SALT UM DOlIDJf NOTES resulting In death sentence or imprisonment for more than three year, or where the authority of the United States or the validity of a treaty of law of the United State ia in question. Section thirteen authorizes the board to provide for extradition front the territory under it control in conformity wiib the extradition treaties of the United Stales and for this puriioae the . territory of (he canal zone Is deemed a territory of the United States and the republic of Panama a foreign country. Section fourteen requires all the officers under the government of the territory to tako the oath of allegiance to the United States and renounce all foreign allegiance. Section- - fifteen provides hat the term canal territory" or territory, the like, which are employed in the bill, shall comprehend and relate to all lands, waters, harWs, porta, island, thn cities of Panama and Colon and all the places and property, in respect to the United States, la now or hereafter may be etnisiwered under said treaty thereof, supplement thereto, to posses and excrci authority. Other sections provide for annual reports to Congress and for payment of all expenses of tlie government an far aa sufficient and the remainder out of tbe treasury of the United Slates. ' The bill was referred to the commitc tee of canals, of which the late .Senator Hanna waa chairman. Senator Platt of New York will be acting chairman. inter-oceani- Today at noon the real estate men take luncheon together at the will Ferustroms speech was brought out Commercial club. con-firto Council the by the refusal of the Mayorn appointments ot The useless elevator cage In the JenMnsuw Evans a tankman for the City block has 'been removed and the nings as ertek pipeline, and C. M. Jackson is much .improved thereby. hallway Both clerk of the board of health. nine Republthe were turned dawn, A young man who went east from icans voting eolldjy against the Mayor. this rlty several weeks ago and who la Before sending in theae appointments a capable mechanic, was unable to find Mayor Morris sent in a communication work at His trade because of the nurailing attentio nto the fact that under merous strikes, and haa had to enan opinion given by City Attorney Dey, list in the army In order to live. Ihe heads of departments bed no authority to name subordinates, such Loral lumber dealers report an unnomlnqtionq, being only lawfully made certain market, and say it' is hard to by the Mayor, and that therefore the predict just what ihe spring will bring men aho were now occupying such poforth. People with money to Invest sitions were holding them illegally and In buildings appear to be waiting larges. were not entitled to pay for their ly to see what the labor unions proMayor Morris recommended the pose doing. conformer&ctmrnt of an ordinance in ty with the statute on which the city Heck Tetford. a lineman employed attorney's opinion was given, but the by the Bell Telephone company, Monrommunication, by a vote of 8 to 7, day fell from the barn of K. L. Parone Republican, Preece, this time vot- -' ker at 824 East South Temple Street, waa referred U( with the Democrats, sustaining a bad fracture of the leg to the committees of the various deHe wee removed to hie home at 38 affected, which means that East Fourth South street, where Dr. ' partments it will he definitely hung up. Benedict is looking after hie injuries. r When Fern-slrothis action nil "Well, thats right Services over the remains of Elisa A. remarked, The men who are doing the work wiy n phrenologist, who Bloat, a soon be yelling for their pay, hut they died at his haman. Sugftr ward Sunt will not get It unless theheads of the day at 3 p. m. from the undertaking i departments pay them' parlors of 8. D. Evans Mr. Bloat waa Mayor also In this communicat- born iq . New York City December i ionThecriticised the various department, 1822, and waa therefore In hie eighty-secon- d saying that there was little certainty; year. satisfaction or efficiency In the work of the subordinates, a statement that Letter carriers bay that the amount brought Black, Republican, to his feet of mall delivered In the business cenwith the aseertion that the work of the ter of he city la now about 10 per. cent department! would compare favorably heavier than It was a pfear ago at this with that of apy city In the country. time. With the increase In the delivery In the minor business transacted, evservice there Is a decrease In the'call erything waa harmonious, but so fai for poetpfflce boxes, as business men ss settlement of the main question find It. more convenient to haev their between the Mayor and the Council, mall matter brought to litem by frethere e pears to be absolutely no hope quent delivery than to bother with ' of reaching an agreement running to the postofflee themselves. In shame. m eer-vice- . was-take- m n well-know- . . - ROSE TRIAL. " Rose, who on 25, 1903, murdered hie wife, Maude E. Rose, In their room on West Third South street, then confessed the crime two days later, was commenced la the criminal division of the Die-tricourt yestenlay morning before Judge Morse. About fifty spectators 'were present-tlisten to the proceed-- . ; lags in the case yesterday ' morning, The trim! of Frank fellow-membe- it. which were very uneventful. Thera were several women present In the 'Ti'wd. Twenty-thre- e jurors were ex- -, amlned and only one1 wga ' acceptable to both the state and defense and was . . ch'ven to try the case. The nttne, of the Juror secured Is O. W. Stroking, a farmer residing at South Jordan. Rose, securely handcuffed, ha brought into court by Deputy Sheriff ! . ' ltuMcr. s . He appeared as calm and ns Indifferent as ever, and said that he enjoyed the walk from the Jail and the fresh air jrery muctr, ; Upon hla arrival In the rourt room he took a fh&1r beside h Is atin rn eye Soren X, CI.rintenaen and C. S. Kinney. The - put to the jurors Indicated tbe t 1,1 behalfonly defense to be interposed of Rose is that of insanity. t Jurors Butterfield, Lloyd,- Naylor, 81m- -, l)rr- - Husbands, Paacoe. Ford and Parry !1 stated, that they had formed as to opinions the guilt of defendant and that they could not enter ''non the trial of the case In an unbiased frame of mind. 'They were accordingly challenged .for cause by the and were excused by the court. J 'dge Morse instructed the clerk to .venire for fifty additional J !'"!, returnable yesterday at 2 Jul'-ckBailiff Jensen waa thea sworn 10 take chaTge of Juror Stocking. '' ,,r which the court took a'recess . Mil il 2 o'clock. , ' During the afternoon session of the uirt twenty talesmen were examined y.chnut securing the 'second Juror to t"v the case. be questions asked were along the i general lines as those used at the R Morning session and nothing of a nature was brought out. Throughout the afternoon Rose pre- -' Md the same cynical and uncon , n'ned demeanor, remarking after the inurnment that while trouble in ob-- .. 16'Mig a Jury was Just what he ex-b- . led. he wished they would hurry up ' 4 have the case over with. , 1 ; . . THE EAST FOR HEARSTf jT'in tide ' of sentiment in the East-J"Democracy ia now strong for f D Hearst as the next presidential candl-d-T- e and is growing stronger every day. declared M. F. Tarpey of San who was In 8alf Lake op ryaneb-eowav home from New York last Mr. hasfor more than t sntytyoar Tarpey been .a national .cgfflmft- , The Finch rafe was the scene Monday evening of 'a banquet given by members of Jordan lodge No. 3, 1. 0. O. residF., In honor of ing at Fort Donglaa. who will shortly leave for service lh the Philippines. There were forty-fiv- e guards present, and all were seated at one long table, where they partook of n sumptuous repast, made aplcyby Informal toasts. H. F. Evans anted as'.foaatmnster and Rev. P. A. Slmpkin and John Buckle .were among the speakers. rs - OKOOLAHOPi OF LAWS So Says Russian Foreign Minister as to Japanese War Methods. . St. Petersburg, Feb. 23. Foreign Minister Lauisdurf yesterday sent the following circular to Russian representatives abroad: Since the rupture of negotiations between Russia and Japan the altitude of tbe Toklo cabinet has constituted open violation of all customary laws governing the mutual declarations of civilized nations. Without specifying each particular violation of the laws on the part of Japan, the imperial government considers It necessary to draw the most serious at lent ion of the powers to the acta of violence committed by the Japanese government with reaped to Korea. The independence and integrity of Korea aa a fully independent empire hat been fully recognized by all the powers and the inviolability of this fundamental principle was confirmed by article 1 of the Simonesekl treaty and by the agreement for this purpose between Japan and Germany on January 30, 1902, as declarawell as by (he Franco-RusbTtion of March 16, 1902. The Emperor of Korea, foreseeing the danger of a possible conflict between Russia and Japan, addressed early In January. 1904, a note to all the powers declaring hla Intention to preserve the strictest neutrality. This declaration was received with satisfaction by tbe powera and It waa ratified by Russia. "According to the Russian minister the British government charged the British diplomatic representative at Seoul to present an official note to the Emperor of Korea, thanking him for hla declaration of neutrality. In disregard of all theae facts, In spite of all treaties. In spite of ita obligations, and in violation of the fundamental rules of international law, It has been proved by exact and fully confirmed facts bat tbe Japanese gov' ernment! First Before the opening of hostilities against Rust.Ia landed ita troops in the independent empire of Korea, which had declared ita neutrality. Second With a division of its fleet made a sudden attack on February 8, that la three daya prior to the declaration of war, on two Russian warships in the neutral port of Chemulpo. The commanders of these ahipa had not been notified of the severance of diplomatic relations as the Japanese maliciously stopped the delivery of Russian telegrams by the Danish cable and destroyed the telegraphic communication of the Korean government. The details of thia dastardly attack are contained and published in an official telegram from the Russian minister at an The principals and teacher ,im- - the are Invited to attend tonight's lecture In the First Congregational church by George B. Hodge, national specialist on educational ywork with the Y. M. C. A. The lecture will be free and illustrated by a stereoptf-co- n. The Y. M. C. A. Is making a specialty of educational work among men and bays In ita evening schools, and It is proposed to make a specialty Seoul. Third spite of the Internationof- - thlnciM endeavor to Ralt' Lake al laws above mentioned and tshortly as soon as the new building le up. before the opening of hoatiUtiese the Japanese captured as prizes of war in PANAMA .C4KALTREAIV RATIFIED certain Russian merchant ship neutral porta of Korea. e Fourth Japan . declared to the , (Continued from page one.) Emperor of Korea, through the Japanese' minister nt ; Seoul, that Korea that the "reasonable time referred t would henceforth be under Japanese in the Spooner act waa known to have administration and shq also warned the expired, both for negotiating the Emperor that In case of his treaty and Its ratification. Japanese troops would occupy Senator Culberson read from a letter the palace. addressed to Dr Albert Shaw by the Fifth Through the French minisPresident, dated October 10, 1903, In ter at Seoul she summoned the Russian which the President said he saw no minister to leave the country with hope for any negotiation with Colombia staffs of the legation and consulate. ml that be would be delighted should Recognising that all the above facta a revolution occur on the isthmus. constitute a flagrant breach of interEverything la ready for tbe speedy national law, the Imperial government consummation of the Panama canal considers It to be Its duty to lodge a treaty, and both the war and state de- protest with all the powers against this partments have made preparations for proceed ure of the Japanese governtbe next step, the former by tbe dis- ment, and It la firmly convinced that patch df troops to the Isthmus and ill those powers, vdlbing the principles the. latter by the completion of ar- which guarantee their relations, will ' At rangements for exchange of the rati- agree with the Russian attitude. fications of the treaty. There ia no the same time the imperial government reason why the ceremony shonld not consider it necessary to issue a timely occur within the next forty-eigwarning that, owing to Japan's illegal the minister assumption of power In Korea, - the hours. M. Bnnau-Varili- a, from Panama, was at the state depart- government declares all .orders and ment today In relation to thia matter, declarations wt)ich may be Issued on and'very soon after he has made the tbe part of the Kofean1 government to exchange of the treaties he will lay be invalid. I beg yen to communicate this down his mission, according to notice he has already given. His successor document to the governments to which . as minister here will be Pablo Arose-meu- a, you are accredited. the present head of tbe constituIN THE REICHSTAG. tional convention and the father of the secretary of the Panama legation here. Berlin, Feb. 23. Tbe budget comMr. Aroaemena la described aa a lawmittee of the Reichstag today apyer of ability and a man of means. ministration intends to press proved the Far Eastern appropriation The the canal projert by all proper meth- of $3,500,000, after a debate In which ods. As a Cabinet official expressed It llerr Richard Mueller urged the govthe wext.'Slervafter the appointment of ernment to withdraw the German the . '.iviamHsf'' sJH be to strafeh trui'ps from Chilean territory under dirtiaqd already such membete of the the territorial agreement. -- rlty-srho- Hay-Herr- an Passenger May Agree to Forfeit Dam agri if He Accept! Pass. Washington, Fob. 23. The question as to ahother a passenger on a railroad train riding on a free pass who loses his life ou account of an act of carelessness on the 'part of tbe railroad company atunds on the aamo footing as a paxsrngcr who pays his fare, waa today decided by the supreme court f the United States against the free passenger. The case in which tho opinion was entered was that of the Northern Pacific Railroad company . Louise Adams and Frank E. Adams, heirs of Jay H. Adams, an attorney of SiMikane, Wash. la 1898 Mr. Adams waa killed while riding ou a pass which contained a stipulation exempting the railroad coin fian y from liability In case of accident. The federal circuit court for tlie district of Washington stale awardwl damages to the extent of $l4.0tH and tlie circuit court of appeal for the ninth circuit, affirmed this judgment. Tho opinion ot the supreme court was handed down by Jusliee Brewer and reversed tbe lower courts. Tlie supreme court held that there could be no higher measure of duty to tbe Itelra than to Adams liiim-clf- . and that there Is nothing iu public policy to prevent a contract between a common carrier and a free passenger exempting the carrier from liability iu case of accident. Tbe company, it la said, waived its rights to exact compensation from Adonis. He was not tn the employ of the company and obliged to accept It terms, lie freely and voluntarily chose to accept the privileges offered and, having accepted that privilege, the rourt said, cannot repndlale Ita condition. GOVERNORS (Continued From Tags One.) teemaa from Cali Turn ia and has just spent several month In NVw York and other eastern cities sounding the political pool. Prospect fur a Democratic victory are grcwjng brighter daily, be saya, as Roosevelt is strong with neither the conservative business interests nor the laboring classes. A few months ago, he says, nobody took Mr. liearst's candidacy in earnest, now the friends of other leaders wifh aspirations to go to the White House are really alarmed andore easts ag sbuut for the solution of fbacditor's strength, which lies largely in hla efforts on behalf of the working class. THE COUNCIL Leader PANAMA RUMOR OF ANOTHER Majority of the Books Were Har j Hit, r.K fian Franrloro, were in evidt iu Favorites iTiTiuinl uslay ami the majority of i!u Innika were fait very bard. Four a.iuj choice, together with au upiuiiug favorite, were successful at.. i:i. utber winner was well played. Tl' mx and a half ne furlong handicap in M !ii:niriic contcat- - Lord made a great run through iu mivi.1i and gut up lu time to bc.il t ..plain Foraee a head. Ananaia, win, l, , until ihe last furlong, was thlr.1 ;,t ih.' finish by only a neck. Pierce J. w,.K claimed out of the first race. Firs' rhiii was bid up from $500 to $M- ij.li ill,, amble retained him. Resui's: ev. First nu-e- , i.irlunga. selling Bard Burns won. l'i. j. necon.1, Mr. Farnuin third, 'liinc i:u. Second race, fire Hud a l.alf furlong, purse Hagerdon ium, Karra (1. second, Rics. a third. Time. 1:08 Third race, set. mi furlongs, selling Diderot won. second. The Fret ter third. Tmn 1:29. Fourth race, six and a half furlong, bandli'tii Lord Mcliumriie won, Foraee bcm.ii.1. Ananas third. Time. 1:2) Fifth race, six furlongs Red Cross Nurse won, Et Tu Unite second, 23. rt I - ,.-,- . 4. or Cai-ta- in 2. George Berry Ihinl. Time, 1:15. Sixth rare. ou mile, selling First Chip won. Scherzo Mxond, Pille DOr third. Time OREGON EXPRESS IN LANDSLIDE. Redding, Cal., Feb. 23. Tbe Oregon express, due hero from the north at 10:45 oclock tonight, waa struck by a landslide tonight one-hal-f mile south of Keswick. Heavy ralna have louaened the ground and it ia supposed that the jarring of the train started the lldu, tho main body of which atruck the ladies day coach, bringing the train to a sudden stop, but no one was injured. Tho forward part of the train, consisting of the engine, baggage and express cars, wero brought on to Redding, where tho disaster was reported Tho day coach la said to be imlibddcd In dirt up to the windows and the other coaches are on the other aide of tho slide and were but little damaged. It ia said that the slide occurred near tbe river. The wrecking train wa scut from here to clear tbe track. l:t;t Loa Angeles. Fell. 23. Four favorites and two second choices were at Ascot today. Tbe feature race of the card, a free handicap for and upward, at a mile and a sixteenth, was won by Karntor, the 8 to 5 favorite, by a nose, with Tlaton-lu- s second and Mezzo ihlrd. The second race at one mile resulted In one of the closest flniahea of the meeting. Ijonwelsea, El Orienle and Blue Ridge finished heads apart In tbe order named. Weather perfect; track fast Results: First race, five furlongs Elbernardo won. Foncasla second. Mlstletlde third. Time, 1:01. Second race, one mile, selling won, El Oriente second, Blue Lou-wels- ca Ridge third. Time, 1:43. Third race, hurdle handicap, mile and an eighth Heir Apparent won. Sir Hugh second, Poorlanda third. Time, AMBULANCES -t : SENT. Par!, Feb. 24. In a dispatch from Harbin, Manchuria, a correspondent of mile and a handicap, rat, Matin says ambulance are being Nanitor Pbttunlus tbe won, In there from all parts of Russia sent Mezzo 1:48. second. third.Tlme, that the R.f lie railroad has finand Fifth rat, six furlongs, selling Jim Hale won. J. V. Kirby second, Wlnnl-fred- a ished a sanitary train for 200 wounded. The Novlkral continues to appear octhird. Time, 1:15. at Port Arthur, but only one casionally ih one mile, selling Sixtj rat, won, Rio Chico second, Ultruda compositor remains In town. The Issue of last week contained an order third. Time, 1:4L by General Btoenel reprimanding New Orleans. Feb. 23. Crescent City drunkenness and luxury among tbe soldier and ordering the band to play summary: First race. mile, selling Melster twice a week; telegrams from Viceroy Clnger won, Hickory Corners aeeoad, Alexieff to the commanders, sending detach meet of troops to Manchuria; John Doyle third. Time, 1: 13. a telegram from Cossacks of the Amur Second ra-r- , six furlongs, selling' Optional won. Alimca second, Cater- tA the Czar affirming their devotion; detail of tho loss of the Russian torpillar third. Time, 1:14 5. Third race, mile and twenty yards pedo transport Yenisei, a declaration Foresight von. Ostrich second. Conk-lin-g of thanka to the Czarina for her initiathird. Time. 1:414-tive In sending clothing to the soldier; Fourth rare, mile, selling Establish an article on tho Japanese In Korea; won, Aules second, till Heidorn third. extracts from the Japanese Weekly Time. 1:41 Chronicle to the effect that It would Fifth rat, five and a half furlongs be easy to drive tho Russians out of Frank Bell won, Manshak second. the country once the railroad waa deMerry Sport third. Time, 1:08. stroyed, and an offer made by Madame Sixth rare, mile and a sixteenth, sell- Ontsoff to auceur the wounded of the ing Conundrum won, Dutch Carter Russian cruiser Pallada, as well as the second, Lee King third. Time, 1:48, widows and orphans of the men killed. A dispatch from Port Arthur, pubDECLARED OUT, lished la Paris this morning, caiacgorb denlea the reports of a new atNew York. Feb. 23. The following rally tack Japanese torpedo boats and by nomination have been declared out hsve been repulsed with loss from the suburban handicap to be run says they time they appeared In the roadevery In19o4. at Rheepahead hay: Jude 16, stead. A number of volunteers are junction. 108; River Pirate, 108; coming info Port Arthur, Stamping Ground. 103; Aristocracy, 103; Ad Bell. 97; Damon, 97; Ortwells, APPEAL DISMISSED. 96, and Ocean Tide, 94. Washington, Feb. 23. In any opinCANNOT AGREE. ion by Justice Holmes the supreme court dismissed the appeal of a num-t- vr St. Louis. Fclx 23. After many atof Chinese laborers whose deportatempts to agree upon n mutually tion had Wn ordered under the Chidate, the middle of the road-er- a nese exclusion laws. The contention and the Fusion Populist have was that recent legislation had bad thn failed to select a date upon which to effect of reiealing the law under hold a Joint national convention. which deportation was ordered. t 03. Fourth sixteenth Bue-rleu- 2-- 5. Astoria, Ore., Kli. 23. There U a persistent rumor here that another , iaft. has gone ashore on Long 1Vihh., near Villa! liiiibur. The rumor Kiartrd ahum ihe t:mn' that tbe went ashore Momjiy. schooner and for that reason it is thought taat the voxels are idi'titiehl. Alien; pis made lo vpriiy or prove the falsity ot rumor (he have thus far proved futile. Two Men Said to Belong to Hold up Gang in Jail at San Rafael, Cal. Dc-h- WANTED IN San Rafael, Ual.. Fcl.. 23. Austin llooper and Charles Uarnon. two men in the county jail licio, are said by ihe pnlne to bch'iig to a land of six men wanted in various parts of tbe Uuited Siafeii for highway robbery. EDITOR COMMITS IUICIDE. lliKiper and Uaivon were capture a Sail Ansclnii). near this city, after a I .ox Angel. 'K, Feb. 23. Leroy E. haul bere ou Sunday night. is seriously Jioelier. an editorial writer on tie U.i Today Hooper. wh Angele Times, eomiuiiied suletde at wounded, made a full confession, telling tbe names of his companion, but Kmiis.Monlea today by rhoollng. Finan-litroubles and worry over the wiiuM hoi divulge their whereabouts. of hla wile and daughter a.e All of the gang have. It is said, a long as tha cause. list of crime to their credit, but Hropers social standing is pronounced, llis parents reside at Petaluma. He is a college boy and the grandson of tbe laic A. N. Chase, a millionaire nf Kama Rosa. He Is only 25 years of age, but has been a highwayman for several years, and only on January 18. 1904, got out of San Quentin prison, where he served ten months. English Dick, one of his companions, was, it is alleged, the leader of a gang that several years ago terrorized Seattle by holdups and who last year raided many places in Denver. al 411-r- ex Sale of Mens Fancy Hose 1 AMiNG A HORSE. Threa Articles That Will liMu (be Host Savage Aalaial. There were trouble sud excltameu one dsy on a ranch In Colorado, high spirited, half broken stallion wa t prancing about the yard attached t tbe rancher's' bouse. He bad Jus. thrown a eowhny who boasted fliert was nothing on four legs he could no ride, and bn wna rearing and bucklu: so that nut even the pluckiest bis a o; the ranch dared to approach. While the jneiy were st sliding aronm. wondering what ta do tbe rancher? i x teen yea hM daughter came out o: tbe home and calmly walked up to tin excited animal. Whan he saw her be cessed rearing, whlunled sud stood still. 8bs just put her hand an hla mane, stroked his nose and then vaulted lightly oa his bock and rede arouud the yard, to tin amazeiartat (if the men. "How do you manago itf one of them asked her. Before you tatklcd him he was aa aacage aa a tiger. It is simple enough, tba girl re Any .woman can handle a plied. horse better than a man can. Bee this showing the man a small round object she had in her band this is horse castor. Horses love tbe smell of It and wilLge np to any one who haa it "Any horse has seise enough to know the people who love It That stallion began to quiet down as aoou as he saw me. When I got sear him ha smelled the musty horse castor In my clothes, for 1 always carry little piece In n.y pocket. "That pleased him so much that able to streks bis head. While doI rubbed bis nose with a few so ing drops of oil of cumiu, which I bsd poured Into the palm of uiy hand, lloncs positively love Uiat acent. Thou, did you notice that 1 put my hand into hla mouth? The ebjM-- t of tint waa to pour a few drop of oil of rhodium on to bis tongue from a tiny vial which I alwaya enery. "With there three articles any bora can be tamod. Where do you ret tbemi Well, the cumla and rhodium can be bought at any drug atore, tbe hone cnalor must be cut from a hone's fon foot. It Is a warty growth there. It Is s fact that homes are vrry fond of tlieas sreats. They are often used by woman in the tropics and west In tha training and breaking of lorse.-Ne- w York Commerical Advertiser. SHIP OWNER FAILS. London. Fch. 23. At a meeting of tlie creditors of John Lockle, former member of parliament, against whom a receiving order waa made February transpired that his liabilities were nearly $1.2'O.MO and hla aaaela $550,- 3, it. . t 0S0. TO LEAVE . .jkA St. Petersburg, Feb. 23. The Russian squadron, under the command of Admiral AVirratus. composed of tbe battleship Oslabya. the arrfiored cruiser Dimitri Donskol, the cruiser Aurora and five torpedo boats, which had been ordered to return north immediately from Jibutll, French Somaliland. will g to Llbau, Courland, on the Baltic, and not to Cronstadt, as previously reported. RECEIVER APPOINTED. Trenton, N. J., Feb. 23. A receiver has been appointed for the Frankfor Steel company of Philadelphia, with liabilities of $94,000. Aaaela not given. The company waa organized with a capital of Sjoa.OOO to manufacture and deal in In and steel. POLICE SHAKEUP. Kew Yoik. Feb. 23. The 'ebakeup" in tbe police department which has been expected alnce the advent of the McClellan administration, took place today, when three inspectors, eleven one captains, one detective sergeant, were sergeant and two patrolmen three inspector transferred. The transferred. Titus. Smith and Albert-towere anjibinteea of Commissioner Greene under the Low administration, n, LAMSDORFF WANtTtO RESIGN. edition ot that Fortbe New Lamadorff wants to reeign Minister sign. and that M. .Witte will succeed Paris, Feb. 23. The Paris York Herald asserts 1'IIU. I Ha that committed! . no evil bath nothing to fear. Mix kindness with reproof and re son with authority. Of ranch speaking cometb repentance bnt 1 slieac Is safety. Pair Fifty dozen Including Llslea, Bill-- , embroidered and fine Maco yarns, in swell fancy effect. These are mostly our 56c lines and a few 75c grades among lhara. Your choice while they last 25c Pair New Spring Suita, Shoes and Cravenette Coats, ready for your inspection. Remember There Are Three more round trips to World's Fair to be given away to our customers. Coupon with each dollar purchase theIale OF SALES MONDAY at tO am in. February 1st, AQ Our Salesmen Have Been Instructed as Follows SELL EVERYTHING Whan Mm It vista Want Down. The first day I worked like a Trojan, From ihe Co;t Mark only stopping at T p. m. to enatrii a bite. Af last at l:U p. ai. tha curtain This means everything went p an the Brat act, and the ahow waa an. Everything ran remarkably in our stock well sotil tbe accaa of the escape from tha prison. In this climax Groceries Included is thrown in tiro surging sen. aewa up lira bug. As be alrikea tlie The greatest opportunity water be rule Hie hag open and. climbing op on a rock, ttie stag lightning the people of Ogden that NO LABEL ON BALLOTS. flashing about blur, cries out above tbe the la tnlue world The and Weber County will form, mine, treasures of Chicago. Feb. 23. Under a decision wblle tbe comfor some time. We have election of board today in the spray of the ocaa dashes over blur. missioners of Cook county primary was I struck where here Right will also include in this election ballots marked with the union snag. It was tlie doty of the property Sale all label or any other device will hereman to create this spray tqr throwlu;. after, If cast, be treated as void and handfuls of rock salt out from IN not counted. Attorney Wheelock of wings over the shoulders of the board had been asked to give an That night the stage manager opinion aa to whether the label of the gave me a psil of salt and told mo t Allied Printing Trade Council or any throw It over tlie hero the moment h similar device or label should be alArriving during sale purmoanted the rock. So, aa the enrtalu lowed on tbo ballots. His opinion was Hi rendi west up. I stood, poll chased before the rise in band, la absolutely against the label and this madu hla appear nest. Moatc-Cbiist- o was adopted by (be board. prices in cotton fabrics. ante, aad at the stags manager's signs I let bu. ILLUMINATE. not salt a (tie WILL handful, go COLON tbe entire pall. Pall la the actor's far-- ' exciteit struck, ami straightway from tin Colon, Feb. 23. Feverish ment prevails over the whole Isthmus rock he tumbled, while the curtail de today wblle awaiting tbe receipt of scended itiHI roar of laughter, Le tbe news from Washington that tbe lie's Monthlr canal treaty has been ratified. Preparations are on foot to Illuminate the It. minbeth mt Uinsirr. railroad buildings tonight. It is curious that PL Elizabeth of MUSICIANS AS OF OLD, Hungary should have spent only tha By March 1st. to enable B first foar years of her life In tlie counus to Rebuild our Store Kharkoff. European Russia. Feb. 23. try which always distinguishes her Banda of strolling musicians, many name. Kite was only when four Room. Terms Cash. jnt of whom are blind, and who sing Rusher father, the king ot Hungary, sent for the Far her to sian folksongs, are leaving Thuringia tn be betrothed to East for the purpose of reminding the the and Trines young soldiers of the exploits of their thsrs she regialied gll through bar musicians These always aicesters. childhood and married life until bar accompanied small Rusalan armies In death in 1231. Terbapa, asya tbe Lontha olden times. don Chronicle, because she is dim of tbe few aaints whose holiness did net DICK WILL BE SENATOR. preclude love and marriage she alwaya seems a particularly human salat, and Colnmhn. O . Feb. 23. Eighty-eigh- t nut of tbe 117 Republican members of tbe tales that are told of her how, for SILVER PARLOR RESTAURANT the Ifltlslatnre hsve signed the petition instance, she gave away her toys and OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. dolls to poor children wltca site was put Into circulation by the representaflue dinner on Sunday and Extra brrai ehe food how a tbe of bnt lf, the eighteenth buby tive and senators Wednesday, from 12 to S p. m, 21 congressional district pledging their was taking to beggar in s covered cents. Wa give nice lunch all day. vote to Chafle Dick for United States basket turned to rod and white roses Short orders at all hours, fresh oya when her husband lifted the lid. bow senator. The House adopted the Senten, game and flab in season. ate Joint resolution fixing March 1 and she beard a bird singing tu her un her 8 as the days for ballots for United deathbed and sang to it lu reply-- all Props. Charley & Hong. NO. SIS 25th 8$. 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