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- aa J . a- v fin' 1- & -- " . wWnflm 'ejw'.mll THE WORLD'S GREATEST KXAMINE!!: MOUSING THE PALMIST Not Made A True Clairvoyant is Born The Future Can Be Told to il is know the outcome of jour present distress. You may wish to ino aar Du you iih to pcuae the key to the "If lid advisable re awke-rhpag t business. ia ka. in merrlsge" Kauer ike secret erf control- - ike power to inspire trust end con auorea end fame edto of lewwin fnoodehip. Arise! Throw ul thy abackles." Exchange aortal or flnaactal life. success Ueessii Be master of your desliay." for' Joy dariee far l!hi. be of vital Imgenaa - a -- nor-to- os The Only Adept of Hindoo Occult Mysteries Practicing in America at the Present Time HAMILTON ATTENTION! Reduced Rates for 3 Days Only World's Greatest Palmit unil (lairvoyant, aki ng a. fingle wilbout In same, njje el l question, ami occupation of ccery caller. Ho can the future be told. Ur will tell you what you called for Hiiythiiij you want to know that will do good. Are you in trouble of any kind? T1m al-Vit- o Diaenatented. unhappy, ar not aartaflad la life? Hare you any domestic or past irmihlaa that aaaoy you? But no matter what jrsur troublM may be. yav will he told of them and receive tha proper advire. Time to Know How to Overcome all Troubles. Your pusl, your pi ascot NOTICE! love, Courtship and Marriage life and it - mar-riag- e. m-ru- woman you hive, etc. to Control and How fascinate Anyone Love and Admire. o You No matter what your life baa righi been, 1 will start you again; will tel) you bow to conThoutrol friends and enemies. sands bare become happy by Without taking my advire. will ywur asking out- - question tail you eaaelly what you called for, wboin and when you will marry. Call aud 1 will need you away happier, wiser and bidder than before; the sad and broken-heartego away cheerful and happy. guarantees Positively - Cites truthful rcvrlaiioua in all love affairs, truubles. marriages, family difficulties and divorce. Settles lovers' quar-rellives names of the one yon will marry and data of Iiow to win tha bus or sad your ea'lis future, everything van ha told by eon-suins this world eminent Clairvoyant and Spirit Medium, uissier nf who is I he greau-w-i sell nee and psy forces the world has rrer known. Hia predictioaa are si wsj s correct, and never fail to cume true, as ibuusands vf peo-pla Ul testify. success when all others fail Concerning Business affairs. X informal ion (.Ives acter-failiu- a icgarding all kinds of business, law auila. c 11 ms. collections, Invest meal. speculations, cksnpes will, pension, inaurance, deeda. mortgages. patents, inveoilona and nil financial difflcnltiea The skull and large hones of the Jega end arms were, boaster. lB ;a'c ot preservamarkahiy govd tion Actifg under :H impression that be had right to hie 6 d. John Marsh, the plowman who brought tha ghastly relics to light, took them to his home at fourth South, between Fourth and Fifth West a treat ad retained them as a private exhibition for hia neighbor until Officer Golding called and took posaesaion vf the grew Home exhibit. Coroner Dana T. Smith waa promptly notified and an invaeilgation win be made today. BY LOVE CAUSED AFFAIR. Bingham. SepiT Ifo- - Driven iasaae over a love affair. Jobs Spefani. an Ansriaa miser, fired three bullet into hia brain this afternoon whiie standing In float of ike Highland Boy office in the preiwuce of a score of apec'aiois. baa been acting rather Spefani queerl.v for several day, and to bis cpmrades ia the boardiug bouse bo remarked this morning that a doctor would not be requited to nettle bis troubles. Just before 4 o'clock Bpefanl paced up and down tha roadway In front of the mine effice, muttering to himself for several minute, and then suddenly pulled from bis blp pocket rea Bmnb A Wesson volver, which he held against the right side of hia bead. Before any of those nearby could Interfere the first report waa heard, and following in quick succession were two more shots, with the last of which the man's body sank to ;he ground. By the time several excited specie tors could rush to the side of the unfortunate man. he was breathing his last, two of the bullets having passed directly through tlic temple into Ihe brain, while ihe third penetrated the neck. Coroner George E. Lee took charge of the remains and an Inquest will probably be ordered by County Attorney Christensen today. Bpefanl waa employed' in the High land Boy mine and his brother, Tony, works in tha Tampa. The dead nuro'a fondness for women has led him into several scrapes, which ended for him in the police toils, but Iho object of hia more recant affect tons and which led him to taka his own life, is unknown both to the brother and the police. COME NOW! DONT WAIT! 24741 WASHINGTON AVE., OGDEN, UTAH OF AUSTRALIA. SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS From Correspondents arid State Exchanges LEAD SMELTER AT DUCK CREEK. ' Salt Lake, Kept. Id. A great deal of speculation has baea indulged In recently regarding the attitude of the toNevada Consolidated company wards the lead and silver producers of Wlilie Una county, The developments at Duck Creak. Cherry Creek and numerous other portions of that richly blaased port to a of tha tie of Nevada are bound to leave 111 He question of the Importance of fostering the sliver Industry of the country to tha fnllest client of the Nevada Consolidate.! company's ability. Producers of lend have not received any definite intimation from ihe Nevada Consolidated company, an to the intent of this organisation, but it Is taken for granted that the Guggenheim are not the kind to ignore for nny great length of lime the Importance of corralling the White fine couniy silver and lead smelting hiil-ne- a before other slip In nbeari of them. There are vast tonnages from nil reports In this county tributary to the Nevada Northern roed which ran be sent to Bait Itoke at good imifii. There u!to are great tonnage of lie ore which rautint brought to the local market at profit. It la to suite the latter problem that the currgle of the Guggenheim are thought to be dliected to this time, and the richer ore will come as a mater of course. It I thought, therefore. that within the next year and a half the Nevada Cunaoiidated company wil a lead smeller beside the copper reduction plant. Buck an addition to the Nevada Consolidated equip ' ai.'vcr-lea- d ment would lake quite an important item of bualueaa from the toral plant, but a It would prove to he to the benefit of score of Balt Lake owners of White Fine lead mines tha addition to a lead amelier at the Dock Creek plant wouM vest with approval. INGHAM ARRESTED VADA. MAN IN 'NE- Balt Lake, Bapl, 17 Tribune: W. II. Jackson, former treasurer of the Bingham Miners' union, Is under at Eureka. Nov., aud Bhcrtff Emory was advised jesterdsy Ihst ho was being held, awaiting requisition arrest paper. front tha Jackson made his ropper camp nearly two years ago, taking with him. it Is alleged, the funds of the union, amounting In several hundred dullars. to hat made his offense particularly aggravating, officers of the union say. was the destruction of si) the muon records, by which he hoped, It Is thought, to baffle attempts to discover hia shortage. Jackson 'a anext came shout through his accidental discovery by, a lilnghstn get-awa- y . . the Identity of the man, whom ha thought be knew, and when he returned to Bingham told the story in the presence of a Bingham Bulletin reporter, who gave it publicity. BEET CROP HEAVY. American Fork.- - Rept. 16. The sugar beet crop of thla section will shortly he harvested, the sampling haring practically been completed and showing the beeis to be of extra good this season. The average quality yield iter acre will lie far above that of last season and will more than offset the toss which the formers have suffered hy the damage done to the cercil and alfalfa crop by the heavy rains during the latter part of , August. The sugar factory Is now receiving amae shipment of beeia from some uf the outlaying point, and Is making every preparation for the accommodation oT the large harvest of this i. which will, ia all probability, ba the largest ever seen in thla.sectinn, Tomatoes seem to be very plentiful, and notwithstanding the extra man Oho waa spending a day in Eufor them, ihe price received reka, several weeks ago. Dwve Test'll-nor- . hy the formers remains between 40c one of the mining men and 45o per bushel, with the quality and prospector of the Bingham dis- of the stock good. trict. waa returning from a tout of tlic Nevada gold fields aud. stopping off SKELETON EXHUMED. In Kureha. met Jackson hy Ihe merest chance upon the street. Teach nor waa Balt Isikc, Sept. 17. While digging deputy sheriff at lllngham when Jack a trench at the Intersection of Sixth mm left there, and the alleged South and Post streeia Saturday aftevidently believed he was still ernoon. workmen employed hy Conan officer fur he made an effort to tractor Burch exhumed a human skeleavoid being iccognt-cThis led Mr. ton which Imre evidence of Tea-hn- or to inqulie mure closely Into liven buried for a great many having years. sea-am- heavy-deman- old-lnn- d. low them Ui bring up their respective at St. command to a high a etste of efMark's hospital at 1 o'clsck yesterday ficiency a possible lit fore they are demorning. The man shot himself at tached from duty for examination for 1:30 a. m. He waa slaying at the Co- pre motion to the grade of enaign In lumbia rooming house, SOU Weal South Temple arreet. and ia said to have been drinking during the aftermam and evening of Saturday. To friends whom he mei he talked of suicide, giving as reasons for wishing to end Ms life that he had had trouble wii hhi wife at Logan. He came from that pUce a few days ago aud was very despond- result i of a wound, Emmet- RickCken died gun-aho- NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY STANDS FOR The scientific, reconstructed baking industry, whereby the goodness and nutrition of Biscuit and Crackers have: been marvelously enhanced. The new method of protection by which all dust, dirt and moicture are completely excluded from the package and the freshness and goodness of its contents are care fully preserved. This is the trade mark which appears in red and white on each end of the package as an absolute pledge both of the quality of the baking and the purity of the packing. Fat sample by Graham Crackers to Afimi fm ffia ariiasry paham aackm difnrnt ia hakiag different to fiavav different packing. Mon palatabia mart mtoy-ia- g inr, aatriticn. Madeef thedieparest Graham flam sad baked to a aadmatoad saly by National Bacwit Cuipay. amn structions have been sent to tfcs Asiatic-station- s u ho!d examinations on November l.Vn. idea being to have a eimuivaLtoj date for the event. cifie and HEALTHFUL and DELICIOUS Griddle Cakes Muffins Plum Pudding and ent. The weapon used was a shotgun of the pump type, and waa loaded with No. 6 shot. Hicheaon wrote a brief paper, note, using a piece of wrapping Rube-sen. Tell Ann in which he said: and 148k. Bell Logan, telephone tell her Emmit Kichesen ha shot himself. Emmet K. Placing the muulc of the gun near his left breast, kichesen pulled iho trigged and the fuU charge entered hit body. Officer Timmins waa Boston Brown Bread Boston Brown aro mad from Alien's Bread Ftour. The ECONOMY in buying, ih-- i SIMPLICITY in making, and tha ASSURANCE of having a pure and wholesome food arc poin.t worthy of your consideration. Self-Risin- g ns nearby and entering the room found Kichesen in a pool of blood. The victim was alive, but ia a pracaroins condition. He was conveyed to the emergency hospital at the city Jail where Dr. Paul attended him, and later he waa taken to 8l Marks hospital. From tha first it wsa apparent that he could not live, and after lingering until 11 o'clock a. m. Kichesen breathed his last. Kirheacs'a wife was apprised by telephone at Logan of what her husband had done. Bhe was so terribly shocked at the news that she haa since been prostrated. Tha couple have a child, who ia eleven months old. Home difficulty arose between husband and wife last week, and the result wsa that Mr. Kicheaea eamq to Salt Lake and ended hia life. Jamea R. Kichesen, father of the suicide, came to the city yesterday and will take the body of his son to Cache conn y lor burial. The father stated that ihe trouble between husband and wife was vf a alight character aud no one dreamed that it would have so pitiable an ending. Emmet Ricbeken waa about 30 years of age, and had been married about two years. Hia wife was formerly Misa Ann BlaucharJ. Ask Your grocer for Allens PACIFIC B. B. B. COAST FACTORY, it. Flour Co. SAN JOSE, CAL. Drs. Elliott & Norris 25 YEARS Specialists 25 YEARS To tbs study and treatment of Chronic diseases of men, women and devoted special effort during our antiro professional children, having lift and art- - now rewarded by the discovery of method that give complete mastery of Nervous and Blood Diseases, Catarrh, Deafness, Rheumatism, Stomach, Kidney and Liver troubles. MENS DISEASES Blood Poison, Piles, Rupture, Varicocele, Nerve Debility, Drug Habits, Taken on a positive guarantee to cure FAKIR ARNOLD SENTENCED. "Medium" Who Brutally Assaulted an Aged Woman Given Ninety Days. Salt Lake, Sept. 17. CONSULTATION FREE, PERSONALLY '01i, dear me! The ejaculation was slmost too much policemen for some of tho who sat in the Jury box In Judge Diehl's court, room this morning, and Billy Hilton and one or two others the nearly fell from their seats as one words quoted fell from the lip of George J. Arnold, alleged medium, one of the men supposed to posset the power to call back the spirits of th v dear departed, etc. Thla morning waa a bad one fur George J. The apirita" did not seem to perform their proper function end the ghosts did not walk. Even if tho ghoata had walked It would have doue George J. no good whatever. Arnold, one of tha spiritualistic mediums of tho firm of Arnold A Dickjwn, was before Judge Whitaker In Ihe criminal division of the city court for sentence on the charge of assault and battery. D will be recalled that this name Arnold brutally assaulted an aged woman, Mrs, Mary Brandon, because tha latter, seised a supposed spirit and made Ihe startling discovery that tha said spirit waa a husky prrsonage of also flesh and blood. Thesplrit proved to he most cowardly, for It struck Mrs. Brandon several vicious blows ia the face. It developed that the ''spirit waa none other than George J. Arnold. He waa arrested. He employed able counsel to defend him. He waa taken Into cuatody on the charge of assault and battery; waa tried and convicted deeplte the fight waged in his behalf. The evidence against him waa of the most positive kind. He denied being present when the assault waa committed. but the aged woman who was tha victim of a cowardly and brutal assault knew that the spirit" she seised-bthe flowing robes waa the fakir OFFICE 2361 WASH. AVE. OR BY LETTER. OPEN DAY AND EVENINGS. 3 When Writing, Address Drs. 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Remember the number. g - low-grad- ioi Wanted 50000 more men to smoke Weslers Best CIGARS 4 Strictly Union Made By special request we make Weslcrs Best at 375 Twenty-thir- d Street, Ogden, Utah. - s e WHAT THE aclfiu-flicied- , Ball Lake. Bapl. 17. Ralph Nichols, an amlneat civil and mining engineer, well known in ihe mining circles of l ha west, stopped mar hero a couple of day, to renew old acquaintances on hia return from a visit to hit various mining Interaats in Idaho, before proceeding to. hia old home In Aurora, 111. When seen at the Knutaford, he said he bad not bean in Halt Lake to stay any length of timed urlng the past threa ycara. In the early KVa Nichols was often in Salt Lake, In those days he waa operating some of the great producing mines In Idaho, The town of KlcholU iu county wag named after kirn Air. Nichols hat in interest Cutter, Fremont, mining Blainu and lannht counties. At the time of bts last trip to Utah, three years ago, be made an examination of Mr. Newbnuaa'a Cactus mine In Boaver county, and at that time pronounced the mine capable gf grant possibilities with development.. The Cactus has since Justified the accuracy of his Judgment. He also experted the Boston Con. properties In Bingham, and his Judgment waa that tha mines contained copper ore in unlimited quant It let. Mr. Nichols was with Capt. De Lamar during the three ycara that that Intrepid nilneoperator owned and operated the great Do Lamar mine In Nevada. Mr. Nieola has 'spent eight years in Auatralia. and during that lima waa general manager of tha largest gold mine in weat Australia. The mine ia located at Kalguotle. There, he says, la I be largest crushing gold ore mill in the world. During the years lfini-2-thla mine was the largest gold hlvf Arnold. mine la the world, the The trial of Arnold wg a liotly condividends declared during iheae years tested affair. At the conclusion of the evidence and arguments of Judge F otbeing II.75U.ihhi yearly. It was e comparativelyproposition. ters fur the defense and P. J. Daly for The rxpvnaea were enormous, tha the prosecution. Judge Whitaker pro single Item of water alone being 150 non need the fellow Arnold guilty and per day. The mill on this property ordered him to appear before the court treated tS.nuo tons a month. It it this morning for sentence. Arnold probably thought he would the largest cyanide and amalgamation In that or any Other country, and is be lined. Moat likely he Imagined ho !5 to foO. the aiicceaafully run of any plant would be assessed from In west Aum rail. The machinery for which would be easy for him to pay this Immense plant, moat of It, wan because he had made big money out of manufactured in the I'nllcd States, in poor .folk who were deceived toy a Milwaukee. grafting combination. Oh, yea! the matter would soon blow over. People ATTEMPTED ARREST OF WING B. would forget all about the case and dupes would flock to the elegant pap ALLEN. tors of the mediums as of yore, pay dollars to see a supposed spirit . Goldfield. Kept. 14. A senna I ion their was creeled in Goldfield last night ana maylutp get a punch in the eye for by the attempted arreai. of Wing B their pains. But Judge Whitaker took a common Allen, manager of the Nevada office case. The payment of the Daily Mining Record of Den- sense view of the tn ver. and formerly of Balt Lake, on the of a fine would not do. For Arnold dofrom a few measley be separated of to extort charge money attempting would be no real punishment to from G. (1. Hire, one of the principal llars man. A Jail sentence would he owners of the Sullivan Trust cum' the the thing. proper mine pany. prominent promoter. Bo when George J. Arnold stood beSonic tim- ago the Mining Record court thla morning this la in the of articles reflecting fore printed he heard:, shat substance upon Birr. Among other charges made of the court Is that sentence The waa Masoned that vou he confined In the hy ihe Rrmi'd it city Jail at laRice had traveled under the name of bor for and dm ing a period of ninety Maxim Gih. .lack Hornday. George day." Graham and George Graham Rice, The sentem-- Is what caused Arnold while hi real name was .laeoli Her to jav. Oh. my !" aig. I'ndcr ihe Utter name It was All thla might have been averted had claimed that he bad served terms in Arnold only ronanlled thd spirits that Bing Bing and other New York prta answer hi berk and rati. It wsa real on. At the time of the publication mean f them nut to Inform him that Rice brought suit for libel against trouble was ahead; that he wsa to be i he Mining Record and tho rase ia arrested, tried, com tried and that a said to be mill pending. Saturday the Judge who din't go much pap'r gamft further publicity to the on the spook buxine would impose a columns. mater in severe sentence. When information of the fact waa Bill, when It comes to a quesllon of wired in Goldfield. Rice and hia Ian. perhaps Arnold does nut have partner. I,. M. Sullivan, went with Of- much faith In the spooks himself. He ficer A1 Alfred, formerly if Hah, to would rather trust to the ability of Allen residence at midnight to serve iroiinwd i.i save him from going to Jail the warrant arrowing him of attempt where he would hare a chance to ing to luoney. Allen explained spiritualise'' himself on a diet of the circuinnrea regarding the Rec- bean anup than to trust to the prompt' ord's atta'-i- i m Hire and the officer Inns of ihe spwk. 8o. an appeal I then rcfusM o place him under ar to be taken. Arnold will have to furwaa an altercation rest. The nish a bond for the appeal and the flulliii-- i and the officer and tho cate will go to the district court and i he fought out there. If he loses in i Bullivan down. latte,-Thla inrr r,g Allen appeared before the higle-- r tribunal he will have to I.f and gave sene the ninety lpj4and perhaps Peace Jutrr a a preliminary ball for IIMsM-methat hesrir made the be had nen- - approached either Rire CADET EXAMINATIONS. of Bullivan and that lie knew Hia ar l to create an rest a Washington. Spt. 17.The an unfavorable impreneion before the haa decided to change tho the- - aMi date fur the examination Inventing ef the midinde of hi paper, lie. however, inti- shipmen graduates of the naval acadmated that h paper would now give emy a claea of mod, from November the affairs of Rice and Sullivan November 15th. This change ia thorough airng. made on the recommendation of Rear Admiral Erana who state that there DEATH FOLLOWS GUNSHOT are a number of these midshipmen on WOUND. duty on ship of ihe Atlantic fleet aw and It officer watrh and dirit-inBa'-IT. Af''r Kiiffrr:ii . would be of grral benefit to make the Intciv-im ten hours. x the dale as late a. pwalble, no at to ab dg.-ndend-payln- 1W-- old-tlm- o -- Over Offices of Utah Light and Power Co. Private Parlors, Hours Daily and Sunday, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 1, Oh, my! MINES SEE HAMILTON MIWOBEH MOUSING, '' AND CLAIRVOYANT UTAn. TUESDAY GGLEX, They Fear the Light hard-hearte- WHO DO THE WRONG BURGLARS, SNEAK THIEVES AND THAT LIKE. Turn on the Light ONE GREAT ADVANTAGE OF ELECTRIC LIGHTS OVER ALL kit-xi- ll . mi-i-l- OTHERS. . ni-r- e aitr-mp- ltto ; c i to WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.