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T1IB TO UBEHESE. Ulida Copper Company Ready to Bagla Work on Large Beale. The Ulida Copper company, whlck vae Boated in New York last January Judge William H. King nnd associate and hna Inca bom financed by J- - H. Dalton of New York, to now prepared to inaugurate an active campaign of derelop-mon- t upon .itn propertv in the diatrict. Nevada. Engineers will la n few daya announce plane for the patpreliainary work. Surveying forhtem ent la already under y and representative have been nutborlaed to begin development on n Urge scale Juna 1. stock of the new company will bo placed apan the Eastern market May IS by the firm of Hooley, Lamed A Co, of Now York. Robert Rogers of CapL Duncan MaeVtchtes staff of oaglnaora oumlnad the property for the firm. CapL MacVSchie has been naked to take the general management of the company and ha is now considering the proposition. In the event that ha to unable to accept he ao doubt will recommend a competent engineer for the poaitioa. The company la capitalised tor 1.000,000 shares of the par valua of fS a share. The basis of tbs Incorporation to a group of El claims which was bonded n year ago by Bam A King, who waa first to bring to the attention of largo cap its lists the attractions of the property. During tha year the Ubeheba dim trtot baa boon mods more easily by the building of roads and recogIts advantages have beoome It la nised to the extent that now. said, not less than 0 big operators are preparing to start work on na many groups of claims in tha district Many who bars examined the district believe that it la not only tha coming copper camp of tha Southwest but that with devalopmaat it will equal aay in the entire country. Balt Lake, May W cu tickl yaur palate with a complete lis of choic. spring fountain every table. fresh at oursortaieat of frulta. marnlEg. AUu aa A fine line of imported and domeatlc Theae staple and fancy groceriesgoada will pnrioag your life and giro rim and vigor to your eyetrm. wg T.B.Evans&Co GROCER. ESA Both Phenea S3S4 Week. Ave. IIOW ABOUT Don't think yon aaat aEorJ It till yen-vtafer-to- r given na a ehenee. Wo acll no gooda, an old faahianed appliance. now Ha mean you aoodf Oat e All Our Harness to made from the haat of leather the moat workmanlike manner. la Bla-kot- o. Hal tore, Whlpo aad OTorytktng n hone owner need a. J.C. Platt Saddlery Co. lemons Oranges Dales Bananas Figs Fine Red Apples GROCERIES Hie Best on the Market Prompt Delivery E. A. OLSEN e T. IV to-b- no DAVIB COUNTY SCHOOL CON SOLIDATION. tha Bountiful, May A Realising beaaflte that have coma to tha schools through consolidation, E. U. Whlte-aldosuperintendent of tha Davis county schools, to using every effort to Induce the people here to taka tha same step. He has already circulated a petition and secured the names of many leading citixena of tha various towns. This will be presented to the county emnmlfiioners, who will deter mine whether there are enough who desire the change to warrant than la calling Air a vote on1 the question. Superintendent Whitesides has visited the various schools which have bean no consolidated, nnd found that everything works for the betterment at the children. Hi canvass of the county proves tbs progneeive cltiseoe era la favor at are movement. e, OUUBX. U, WEDNESDAY. UTA1L SO ess sufficiently apparent. Deceased aa evidently n mining man, fairly sell dressed and apparently prosperous. On his person was found n letter, from which It was learned that ha had a son in Montpelier. Idaho, by :ba name at Jerry. Richardson, to whom a tslegram was at mica sent, asking for instructions ns to dlsposl-ttoof the body. A small diary also found la ono of the deceased's pockets, indicated that ho was na industrious man, and that ha followed 'prospecting for n livelihood, la tha little book waa found a minuta account of Ms movements from place to place la Idaho, Utah aad Nevada. Including rafemce to the state of the weather at each point. la his totter to his father, young Richardson aald that ha expaoted soon to dispose at his surplus property la Montpelier, with which he intended to purchase a home for bla father la Salt Lnka City. The soa'e wife to at p reseat is Salt Lnka, visiting somewhere on seat Third South street, hut she hna not yet boen communicated with. hogs HOUSES OP CHICAGO ARE DISEASE BREEDER. LODGING Wooden Troughs Are Used as Bede, N Covering Other Than a News- paper Being Supplied. Chicago, May 7. Violation of all too lava over written in the city code or state statutes ou to subject of health and comfort in too lodging houses for the anfortunaw were discovered during an inspection of west Ida houses test night by Inspector James B. Bulllrae at the sanitary noting malar the orders at Health Commissioner W. A. Evans. Houses where Id men slept la etlflng roome, with no ventilation, no fire escapee but n narrow wooden auirway lending down is front, walla caked with dirt and floors covered with filth of every description were some at the things found. Ia another place fifty men were piled like hogs la wooden trongha with na eovering but a newspaper aad no air but that which cams from a broken window ia a blind alley. Bede ia email dark roome with tobacco stained walla, sagged with the weight of quilts and blankets that never had neon the flesh sir or felt toa touch at chan water. la non of the places visited were aay precautions taken against the spread of disease. Just whet steps he can take Dr. Evans has not determined. There is a conflict between toe city laws and toe state laws nnd heretofore it ha been the work of the state inspectors almost exclusively to look after to lodging houses. bu-te- au ' BATTERY TO MUSTER OUT. Salt Lake, May 7. The resignations at lieutenants Adame and Kana at tha light battery, aad tha application of Captain Barton to bo placed an the retired list, were filed this morning with the adjutant general, to bo Acted on at once, sal orders will be Issued to that effect Aa opportunity offers, such members of the battery aa can be transferred to other organisations at tha guard, will be sent then, on approval of the company oommaaders interested, and tha remainder will he mustered out of eervloa. The battery equipment belongs to tha stats, and not to tha government, na sum have supposed, and will be stored until such time arrives ae will make it advantageous to restore the command to the guard aa n regular organisation. It la proposed, when this move ia reedy for consumm-tloa- , to have the new battery enlisted with the up to toe full strength, standard complement of horses tad all, so that it can ha mustered immediately Into effective service. One valuable idee that will be put Into concrete form to having hornaa tout are owned by the stats. These animals are to bo hired out moot of too time, so that they will sot only support themselves, but bring la something besidte. Then, such time as may be necessary will be occupied In drill, thus teaming the horses toe bugle call, something whtoh they can pick ap quickly. The present artillery command passed a creditable Inspection recently under Major Hurat at tha Twenty-nlat- h Infantry, nnd such dissensions as have obtained in the past, have disappeared. WILL BE NO Over the Millions MUNICIPAL Left by Bush A Qerte Plan Newman Brea. Organa H. C. WARDLEIGU LINOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE n James Ban- Latent Publications at Shoot Music. Bee the Wonderful Pipe Organ. EI7I Washington Avenue. OGDEN, UATH. D0S0I0 & COMPANY 155 25th Street e Mms Furnishing Goods sod Nolions of all hnjt w Wines and Liquors 7' - 7.' ( now la the time to ardor yaur SPRING AND SUMMER Our gooda are now In nnd would bo planned to have yon call la to see them. We also do repairing, cleaning and pressing. h J. E. BOLSTAD SIS 24th at. . Phene 80 K. .. Kiagmg la ia at to Heed. Throat. Nure. Kys or fa? oases 1 tao Lunga, Branchial Tebeo Dues to of U Stomach. Liver. Klaaeys aad Bladder, u-- --. Rhsuatatisas, Aatoai. Nervous TnuUosl 8l VUua DaaoTniuT1 tela aad all Rectal TreuSla. Tags Worm, Blood PteauwaV east. Duaaaos peculiar to Warn an. ANY op MEN quickly owed to stay cured. Remember the eiamlaatioe aad advice to FUR. PklYAIlouu ""sg Ceil e write DR. ESTES, SPECIALIST t B P Oflieo hours. IB a. m. Block.) Ogdna. Ujah. ffatrasea 2481 Washington If. Remember theAnmb?1' Your Expectations Will Be Realized IP YOU BUY A. RACYCLE BICYCLE AIbo we want your KODAK business. Full line of EASTMAN & PREMO KODAKS and all supplies for the im tour. Spring 1b here and you will want your bicycle pot in order. Our repair department ha been enlarged and price are right T. S. HUTCHISON 306 TWENTY-FIFT- H STREET. I DEATH OP ITALIANS Tho Electric Flatiron makes it possible to do an Ironing In from time toss ia aay other way. DEAD. New York, May 7. Henry R. H. E Mclver, a aoldler of fortune whoso exploits fcav been carried on in many lands, waa found dead in bed la hla bomabers yesterday. Mclvera exploit war made famous by a aerlea of articles which recently appeared la n widely circulated weekly. At toe time of hie death the old man was engaged auIn collaborating with a thor In preparing a story entitled Fighting under eighteen flags." THE MEW WAY The electric flatiron la heated by tha electric current right it tha place where it is used. It heeta ap fa throe minutes sad teyi hut as long ax too current ia left on. No cleaning is aaccssaiy, London, May 7. A royal welcome was given to Prince Fuahlml, cousin of too emperor of Japan, when he arrived at Victoria station this evening as special envoy of toe premier to toe court at 8L James, la return for Prince Edward of Connaught's visit to Japan, tha object of which was to convoy the Order of to Garter to toa emperor. Tha Prince ot Wales and other members of too royal family. Premier Campbell-BannermaCabinet mlnla-ter- s and a number of army aad navy bllleers of high rank greeted too Japanese prince at too station. A brilliant street procession followed. - NO FIGHTS IN CHICAGO. Chicago, May 7. A prise fight waa stopped and fifty-thre-e persons Aprs arrested last night when toe police raided the Silver Swan Pleasure club. Grand avenue and Bickerdlka street The raid la taken aa an Ynflictfon that the administration does not Intend to allow prise fights to bo held. The principals werb released on bonds of 400 white epoctatera ware released on 9200 bonds. oooooooooooooooo o o PATRICK A FIGHTER. He Will Ask far a Writ Habeas Corpus. . of New York, May 7. The American today states that Albert T. Patrick, Vow carving a Ufa sentence for too mnrder of William millionaire Marsh Rica ia 1900, la contemplating asking for a writ of habeas corpus on toe ground that he was tricked into withdrawing hla application for an appeal to the United States supreme court white he was under death sentence mad accepting commutation to life imprisonment from to late Governor Higgins. The announcement la made on the authority of Mrs. Albert Patrick, wife of the prisoner, given in a long signed statement which the American publishes. In this statement there are charges that the court. Jury and prosecutor were prejudiced against her husband aa dthat a great turn of money waa spent to railroad the defendant to too electric chair. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THESAVMa great saving in time effected by tha ms d In ease the ironing la dona by hind help, tkli economy will often mors than pay for the current ua4 Aad ns bow much botheration and trou bla Is saved. Watch for our SPECIAL ELECTRIC FLATIRON OFFER It la easy to sea tha toe electric flatiron. - Utah Light and Raiiivay Co. JESSE J. DRIVER well-know- n PRINCE PUBHIMI IN LONDON. ha one-hal- la using the old method the iron had to bo heated ou the kitcstove, and tha Ironing board waa located as for from the star as possible often In another room. It waa necessary to auks k trip to and from the stove each time toe Iron wee ehaagsl It was stem took considerable tlma to boat toa irons at atartlng and nary often to wait while toa lreag were heating again. ConsManNi time waa teat in cleaning ton iron, aa. referred to in our prsrim talk. Tw-G- ov. SOLDIER OP FORTUNE to hen PORTED. Guthrie, Okie., May Frants waa requested today by Secretary of State Root to insist upon a strict compliance among otflclate la Oklahoma with tha consular agreement with Italy that toa deaths of all dtiaena of Italy in Oklahoma, who die without known hairs or testimony executors, should be reports! to toe Italian consol at Denver. The request waa tha result of a complaint by the Italian ambassador at Washington, upon Information from Paaqusla Corte, Italian consul at Denver, that toe agreement waa not observed in Oklahoma. oas-tolr-d THE OLD WAY NOT RE- - I-- a. Fim Liseisa Cm Iteuaore. Oaf Guthrie, Okte. May 7. A special to too state Capital from South McAtea-tv- r says that six prominent merchants of Durant and Colbert, T, were arrested oo thefoharge of leading tha mob that lynched Jim Williams, a negro, at Sterrstt, March 10. Tha specific charge of murder had been brought egalngt to men. When the arreete war made it aeemed Impossible. to avert a aerioua demonstration by sympathisers in both towns. Tha officers were roughly handled but ao attempt was mads to fra toa prison ere. - t. Fancy Cashi Groceries Pt List oi i Partial ana. THEY LED A MOB. New York, May 7. There will he no contest of James Henry Smiths will, disposing of an estate estimated at 152,000,000, acoordlng to a statement made by Herman 8. Leroy, o of. toe executors. The will in all probability will ha road this afternoon following the funeral. T will advocate to making public of too will aa- aooa a tha members of toa family reform from too funeral,' aid Mr. Leroy. "Many absurd statements have been printed about too estate of Mr. Smith and I believe that such Idle gossip should bo stopped ae soon ae possible. It may be that to Ehgliah relatives cf Mr.. Smith will not approve of making public too contents of the will antll after It la filed for probate, la that esse yoa will RAKEMAN AND GREEK. NEW HYDROGRAPHIC DISTRICT. have to go to the county to get toe details of too wlU. There will be no Bingham, May I. A Rio Grand Salt Lake, May 7 Salt Lake City eon teat. I have been assured Mrs. brakomaa named Denson started a le satisfied with toe terms of small riot among tha O racks near tha has recently been made too head- Smith document." tot disnew of a quarters hydrographic sect Ion housa this evening. Laboring under s Jag. he met a Greek la the trict of toe United States geological GAMBLING ON HIS LIFE. path along the railroad. Neither would survey. The area Included in this surrender to right of way, and they district covers the states of Utah, collided la a way that caused the Nevada and Idaho, and a liberal al- Prominent Santa Monica Men Play to Greek to coma out second beat, aa ho lotment has bean mads for tha Win Two Million, a of too work. The measurewaa knocked down end out In the mix that have up to Santa Monica, CaL, May 7. In the up. The fistic encounter seemed to ment of river-floarouse all tha Greeks In tha lower too present time been maintained In hops of winning 92,000,000 J. C. Bteete out in these three states havo bean car- former postmaster of Santa Monica; part of town nnd tbay cam force. The police wore sent for, and ried on from three separate offices, Ben. Hunter, until recently city atby tha time they arrived fully 300 ono in each state, but in tha reor- torney; Robert M. Milter, secretary of Greeks had assembled and wars giving ganisation of the work it wee decided the board of education, and A. W. Mo-Pa faw white men considerably the that greater economy of administraarson, manager of too Ellaon Gas went of IL The police force at once tion could be effected by the consoli- A Electric company, have plunged adopted rigorous measures and dis- dation of the thro offlcee into one. 980,000 on the Ufa of Henry C. Keatpersed the Greeks in short order. Ow- The new district will be designated ing, one of the heirs of toe Keating ing to the darkness very Jlttle real aa the Groat Baala district. Mr. E. estate, valued at nearly 95,000,000. If damage was done to the contestants. C. LaRne, assistant engineer. United thla party lives for two and one-hal- f States geological surrey, has been yearn, till the youngest Inheritor TILT AMONG TEACHERS. placed in charge of tha diatrict and comes of age, the plungers will therehe ia to bo asaleted by A. D. Wil- by hold a dear title to tend In Loq KayxUIte, May A Aa the mult of liams, hydrographic aid, and others. Angeles county, valued at more than in the The district will bo located In too 11,500,000, differences between teacher If he die within the time named the Eighth diatrict school, the pupils at Brooks-Arcad- a on State building, Mlee Ethel Stewart had aa unaxpected street entire estate reverie to too other heirs of the aetata, Ms brothra and sisters. holiday the latter part of last week. During recess aa altercation took Henry C. Keating, tha heir, wants MEN SMELTER OUT. place between Miss Stewart nnd Mies ready money. Straitened for immeMartha Barnet, another teacher, in diate resources, ha has taken the the presence of Hubert Burton, the Foreigners to the Number of 25B Quit quickest mesne of realising on his rich Work at A. S. A R. Plant proopocto and accepted cash offers. principal of the school. Many of the pupils were standing around Hatanlng The American Salt Lake, May at tha time. Principal Burton Inters CHAS. E. HALLEWELL DEAD. Smweltlng A Refining company's plant posed between the two angry con- at Murray I likely to be In n pretty testants, but Miss Stewart refused to this afternoon. It tha afternoon Married a Trained Nurse In October take up1 her ctoasea again until Mlaa pickle Last shift follows to wake of the mornBarnes had openly apologised. As fifty-el-s Mlaa Barnea did not do this, tha puplla ing outfit Two hundred and New Tort. May 7. Charles B. foreigners, waited on of Mias Stewaft am enjoying a abort of toe tetter, nil Martin vice president of the American thin morning, Superintendent vacation. through a special committee, to inform Tobaooo company, nnd one of too him that they did not consider they heaviest stockholders in the corporaHUNTSVILLE NOTES. were receiving their full quota of the tion, died suddenly of apoplexy in the general prosperity of the country. Holland house last night Mr. Halil Huntsville, May 1 Joseph Peter- They therefore demanded an increase wall waa stricken when at dinner with Wllhart son, Bchade end C. W. Kuna of 35 per cent in their pay which la hie wife of a few months, and a niece, have left on n foreign mission to now 91.75 Prior to toe formation of the AmeriThe men nnd 92 per day. Europe. their committee said they can Tobacco company, Mr. Halil well through L. H. Paterson has been appointed would give the management two days was at tha head of too Uggett A Myprincipal of the Huntsville school. C. to think the situation over nnd then, ers Tobacco company of St. Louie. Ho W. Kunx, former principal, has gone instead of waiting, thay straightway waa reputed to bo worth 920.000,000. on n mission. Mr. Halliwell, who waa 50 years of walked out, evidently through a misThe North Ogden Dramatic com. understanding toy tha committee of age, waa married In October last to Mlaa Ruth Alice Cole, a trained curse pany appeared at .the opera house toe superintendent's reply. hem Monday evening. Manager Whlteley has gone over who had cared for him for .aome Mr. and Mr. Hyrnm Felt have there, and- believe he can bring toa months and had nursed him through men to understand that the company dangerous illness twice. moved from Salt Lake to Huntsville. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Browning of will meet them more than half way, Ogden were la Huntsville Monday and they might aa well return to work. TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION endeavoring to secure a dwelling nnd office preparatory to locating hare. Opinions of Distinguished Doctors Are PROMOTION FOR T. C. PECK. Preparations are being made for Set Forth. 10. on the dosing of school May Salt Lake, Mey 7. Word was reTuberculosis Washington, May ceived here today of toe promotion SIX YEARS IN PRISON. of Thomas C. Perk to tha position of Infection from bovine end other genu of too San venue Infection through human germs Birmingham, Ala. May 7. The jury general passenger agent Angeles A Salt Lake rail- was discussed at length at the meet in the cases at Alex Chisholm, for ePdro, mer paying teller, charged with hav- road with headquarters In Los Ange- tag of toe National Association for les Mr. Peck la well known hero as too Study and Prevention of Tuber-cutesing embestled f 100,000 from the First a passenger official of considerable ia third annual session here. National Bank of Birmingham, which The question was not settled, and the Chisholm alleges ha lost In ootton attainments. Prior to coming west he eaw ser- proposition waa mooted of appointing speculation, brought In a verdict of a committee to continue their study guilty (today and filed the punishment vice on toe Hncking Valley at Ohio, and also with tha of that subject at alx years In the Federal penitenPennsylvania lines. Then for nine Tha question earns np at tha aftertiary at Atlanta When asked If he had anything to years ha was general passenger agent noon session In too section of tubertoo to aa Terminal road before It waa culosis in children. Dr. Charles Hunwhy sentence should not bo of aay pronounced, Chisholm arose and aald absorbed by the Salt Lake Route. ter Dunn of Boston had for hla subthat ho regarded the verdict aa a Jnat When E. W. Glllett was appointed ject "Recent advances In the knowlone, that he was not craiy, and never general freight and passenger agent edge In tuberculosis In children." Dishad been Insane, but he regretted the for toe Clerk road, Mr. Peck was cussing toe frequency of tuberculosis affair vary much. Hamad as assistant general passenla early life, he aald It Increase from Sentence waa then pronounced. ger agent, which position ho hna held month to month aad year to year, but to date. that la tha can in which it waa the DROPS DEAD ON STREET. The appointment, which goes Into cause, It decreased from year to year effect at once, follows the resignaIn early life tuberculosis did not afSalt Lake, Mey 7.- -J. M. Richardtion of Mr. Glllett soma months ago. fect the lungs ax It did In toe case of man a at probably fifty, year, son, 'he adult but frequently remained hiddropped deal near Van Dyke's drug HONORARY den In the Internal glanda in children stars at the corner of Third 8outh New York, into an acute tubereuteeie meningitis 7. President Theoand Main street, at 10 o'clock this dore RooseveltMay wee elected an honor- v pneumonia caused death. He morning. He was walking along the ary children have no power of reseventy-nintstreet aad suddenly fell to tha earth, annual meeting ofattoatheAmerican sistance against these acute outbreaks Boa aad whea a policeman want to pick men's Friend jnd that email babtex showed ao ten Society yesterday. him up be was found to be atone President Roosevelt, it wee said, dancy toward toe healing of tbs lesdead. The officer at one notified made hie first Public speech whea a ions. ODonnell undertaking establishment. young man In too ooctety'a room. Coming to toa sources of tubercular Hal-lewel- Violins, Guitars, Aeoordeoae, jos, Strings. Cures when ethers fail. Mwm ter any Ckrenia m ar nature. Every caa guaranteed, cenaulUt--a OWNERSHIP COMMIS- New York, May T. Preliminary work for toa preparation of too report at too municipal owners'jlp commission of toa National Cl vie Federation ia folng on at tha Manhattan hotel. A oommlttee at four members of tha federation ia getting reoords aad statistics into shape for too committee ot twenty-omembers who will eventually report upon the results of care-fu- l Investigation of municipal ownership at horns and abroad. Tha report will probable not bo ready for another month at least. h 2259 Washington Ave. Doctor Estes Specialist SION. CONTEST. Henry Smith. f, Mill. MAY infection, he mentioned other theories that it was congenital, due to Lust id that, while or moist sputum upd there was truth in all of them, the commonest source was house contagion from tubercular surroundings, la order of frequency, ho said, tuberculosis entered the body through the or lungs, through toe Intestine through the tonsils and toa pharynx and. located itself in the nearest glands. In diagnosing latent forma of too disease, ho said that the y wag the must Important means of discovering it Finally ho spoke on the aahject of Immualng a person against tuberculosis by moans-o- f vaccination. Ha reviewed the progress made la that and ha aald ho believed that bumaa beings were in a pretty good state at natural resistance and held out hop of finding a vaccina to make that resistance absolute. Dr. Henry L K. Shaw, at Albany, Y, la discussing Jhe question, "The present status of the tranamiaaiMlity bovine tuberculosis aa illustrated by infanta and young children, argued that tha usual method of acquiring the disoaao was through contagion at to man aad not through milk and otoar foods. That, however, ha . should not cause a relaxation of the efforts being mads to guard against infection in that way. Discussing tha subject," Are tuberculosis Infants aad children la the lint five yean f life liable to bo sources at Infection," Dr. Samual 8. Adams at tola city took tha ground that children war subject to tuberculosis tha same aa adults and. although tha opportunities fur infection won great, ohUdrea should be considered aa aourcae at Infection. Jim B SLIP LI liUKY vnd a wagon was sent to the drug tore nnd Elchurdsous body taken tc Temple. je burial odtees on West nnd made Tha curooer waa notified aa investigation, but decided that ao nquest waa necessary, as the cause t death, which waa decided by the physician called, to b heart failure, AffAKEM FLOCK EiAill-M-- il011-M.S- U DRUGGIST This is the Place to Buy Your. -- .Drugs, Guaranteed and Strictly Pure First-Cla- ss -- Prescriptions Carefully .Compounded 2273 WASfflNGTOlS e Every dement necessity for the .development of bodily vigor nd endursnee is found ia correct pro soda cracker 'portion inr the - - Uneeda Biscuit is the perfect soda cracker, freaih, clean , wholesome, with all the crisp, flaky goodness preserved. 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