fTAlI, WEDNESDAY OGDEN. EXAMINER: THE MORXIXfi BLOWN TO PIECES IN CENTER Of NEW YORK Papa and Mama Goodale Grocery Co. with large trunks full of Fancy Crackers, Candy, Nuts, Dates, Figs, Oranges, Bananas, etc.? - New York. l)er. 19 J'hre. men were biown 10 piece-- . seven tuber were more or Irea ariiuusiy hurt and of fashionable luxeihr and leatiieurt-- In ibe vicinity of Fifth avenue and Thuj fourth itire-e- t were starth d tuday l uu explosion or dynamite In an exc ration for the New Altman building Fragment of the bodies of the dead won' scattered over an area of hundreds of feel aud it hours before the .uu number of victims of the accident could be Tho explosion was cau-e- d by the workmen unintentionally striking a heavy rhaigv of dynamite which had been placed in a drill hole in a ledge of rock several days ago and which defied all efforra to explode ar tho time. Today the workmen started to the hole with no thought of the deadly There concoaled. charge which it were eighty men in the excavation at Ibe time, but only a few of them were near the loaded hole when the steel drill pluugod into the .lick of dynamite. There was a terrific roar, the air waa fllluJ with particle, of stone, fragment, of human flesh, piece of timber, dirt aud smoke. Scarcely a trace wa. found In the excavation of three men who had stood almost directly over rhe hoi. and when thu arnuku cleared away .even others who bad been within range of the concun-.lo- n were stretched out on ih. ground, their fsrea and bodia lorn and aeared. The sound of th explosion brought guest, hurrying from the Waldorf-Astori- a hotel, almost directly weroaa the street front the scene if th. diaaater and from many similar place, in the vicinity. Portion, of the body of an Italian were fonod in about Thirty-fourtstreet, nearly 210 feet from the point where the dynamite exploded, and another body wa. found on top of a tool hwuM. more than 100 feet gwsy. Fragment, of the third body were found far from the excavation. Jacob MetKger, superintendent of Post and McCord, contractor., and Frank Anderson, aupertntendent fur rhe ORourke Construction company, were arrested soon after th accident on charge of criminal negligence. s And Just to Keep Peace in the Family Santa Claus told Mr, Good-al-e to sell Papa some Fancy Canned Goods, Dried Fruit, Tea and Coffees, Cranber-berrie- s and another hundred thousand articles. Dont forget the right place, Goodale Grocery Co. 2344 Wash. Avc. Phone 137 BeH Ind. Phone PAPER 137-- Y MIMEOGRAPH Phone 252 K with the Franklin syndicate and sentenced Is 19u3 to not less than tour years and not more than four years and six month' imprisonment. Yesterday was his thitd appearance to since then In the supreme fatan New York, Dee. 19. A loan boliewd ask for bis release, lie said that he to be Hu non Manidleld. about Kd your had been sentenced under the law govold. living jit Jill Rokfurd ireet, erning indeterminate sentences. which un was nor on the r.iauile hooks when the a Hrooklyn, and doing busint-Importer at 23 East 140th Street. Man- alleged rrim for which he was conhattan was taken to Bellevue hospital victed was commuted. early today suffering from a badly fractured skull. Un waa well dressed, A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. wore diamonds ar.d other jewelry and Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding had fl.SflO In hi. pocket. The police Piles. Druggists are authorised to reay that the man visited the I'nton fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fall Square hotel and waa lutiT found un- to cure In 6 to 14 days. 50c. conscious on the walk by a ettlxen. They arrested Carl Flrndank, a porter of the hotel. Tin- - hospital oflicialk said that Man. field could hardly recover, lie showed no aigus of having hewn drinking. hm they sere not sure that ho had not ben a victim of knockout drops. Owing U th. patient's weakened condition u was said an operation would not b attempted until lat- Russian Mob Mutilates the Bodies of Victims-- St. Petersburg Again Isolated From Outside World. Wild a Tukum, Courland, Russia, Sunday, Dec. 17, via Biattin, er (n the The porter. Firndank, told the police that a rail early this morning with Mansfield in It. (lime tip to the hotel. The cslimsn asked Mm Ui assist JdAgs-flelinto the notai, explaining that the man hail said he lived there. The porter aay he did no and once in the hallway, the cabman, under pretense of stopping hi horse, which lie said was walking away, ran our and disappeared. A bell boy tuld lee Jiorler hut Mansfield was unknown at the hotel took and then the porter said he Mansfield out again In the street. Shortly afterward he saw Mansfield d HORSE CLOTHING fount Of every dMcripiloa wlU be r bVeocd with If ire of the heavy foil Ways and Means Committee Favors BEAUTIFUL ON CHRISTMAS Vo i l!t nretl Robes, Whip, Sleigh He'll end t new CHRISTMAS SLEIGH RIDE Oar asortment f there soot). u novwr bettor. You nil find wrerythin; nwded in stable. barn and harnesit mm here. 'Vty not bur one of our SiMIm the little TMy? J. C. Plait Saddlery SI Wh. Art. 370 t I Measure. Harasae for the for Co. TwntythM it. WILL GIVE FOR MS? Has He a Pair of Military Brushes? bathing is jnciT appropriate ax a ( brimnu x praarnl for man than a Diamond, a Ring nr a pair of Opera Otassrs tor 'he Lady.. Tall. Detect iveit mill the police arc workWashington, Dec. 19. Hy a vote of 7 to & the houM committee cm ways ing on the theory that Mansfiold was and mean ivporW favorably today assaulted before he was placsl in the cm the Tayue util admitting all Phil- cab. Night Manager Uanklierg. of (he ippine product into the Vuiled States Inlon Square hotel, said: "This man excepting augur and tobacco which was brought hers in a cab about half are U pay 21 per cent of the Pingley past twelve oclock. The cabman aald rates mall UM. when ihey arc also he got him at the Hotel Manhattan. to go on the free list. Two amend The cabman escorted him alone to the measures draw of the hotel. Then Porter Firn-dan- k menta weir made to ihr went out and so did a boll hoy. originally Introduced in the bouse by Mr. Payne. At .he suggest hm of Rep- Roth said the man did not live In here. resentative Hill of Connecticut the Then they called me and 1 also filled provision wan add'd that all American to reoognlxe btiv Take me buck to the Manhattan sugar and tobacco are l lie admitted into the Philippine free of 'Inly and a tli.ii." i he mun mi id to the cabman, new section waa added which proridn He appeared to have been drugged. He taut, no Philippine product, now in wuc stunding linxteadlly against a pilIn the shall State warehouse t'nited lar when h fell uver backward. Then l,e exempted from duties under the I called a policeman and he called n ninbiilance. I snppooe they arrested proposed measure. the porter for want of somebody else to lake. IRIBH UP IN ARMS. Will Attempt to Stop a Play in Butte. COFFEE FOR SHIPMENT. 19 The Dreamland Butte. Due burlesque show wa- - preveiiied from giving a peifonliiiBce hole last night mem by about bers of '.be Miejely cf Butte, which p.issed ri'siiiiiiiniM rail Ing upon it- - members to fnrnblv inp the hurloarpi eompsuy finru hnwing in Butte. The Hctinu wa- - tak'-t- t .in lh' result of h illspUy of a iwsier burlesquing the Iri-- h ia:c. The mayor and police author ilie have- advised the th aiinw- aKainat a- management tempting to give a peirniinnnee. a i: feaied u not will lie prcr'pnaieii. Warrants for ihe arri-s- i lit liu- hcioi have born issued with a vie of .ivnit-ina riot in rhe o! .i:: .v tempt to give the show. S.iu Francisco. Tier. IU. The Cenmerieaii rufftv crop iviiinaicd ai lou.unu aacka aud which will average nine sack to ibe tun. i hImiiii ready In lie lunvi-d- . aud 'he Pacific Mail of-firiil arc Koniewha! worried over whether they will lie able in coiunil the hliim-n; of moi of it. The hulk of the colfelly goes lo Kurope i via (he I'aclllc Mail. Iaiu'iu mail and Atlantic Hicitmcr connection at Hill ihi vear there Is .i ldg Colon conge-- : ioi of fre'm!ii on '.he Pan.inia 'load If the latter nui al'lc to hnn-i- . ile '.hi- - huaon'K crrri )uomiii1 iist.t of it may go all th- way by water in thi- wauier f tho lilt,' anil emni'n. by trump 1; i umlerMiHul tlt.i' :ln- - Pacific Mall i now uiuletiTOrinc in sccniv ) flout the I'snaina ratlrohd 4itit- - kind that It ail! ui!1":Uk' of nur;iT!re . n -- E I .. rtf'i) in I'erignx and moderate in prii-- Lome and tuck ou want frotu our lart j't; - von wh-- ;..ck. e-- REMAINS W. L. Buswell Fwwt Door West of Z. C. M. I. Twenty-fourt- Street. h Yarik-jo- . t'al man who r IDENTIFIED. Her Ik Th tra! -- - J I t,ttteK,rt C'cuHul t'biptii"in to the OF OGDEN Ralph E. Haag A. V. McIntosh oili'-- Vtos Fraelctfit Cashier ..Assistant Cashier Interest Paid on Savings Account . . Demands. flucago, Itec. JAMES HODGES L. DEAD. Ik i I, Ht'iK'i Detirei. a'-- i U"ii' cl.l'l. prnmiuetn Il'tOI'1 t.. I" diisi here .Mi. I n'r."in. m !T. coming t "t liodgc as u1' it.- -- in t'u (Tm i 'nctiibavins ituh coiiten'lon in her of Ibe H 1SBS anpoiiiii po tniir'cr of a ! c ! oa , a JUtll ,r Yotk. Tice 19. Siiffcrint: ' Miiui:i:iu. John J. opium . of Newrrk. X. J. ai-- icmov'il ft om it tJiecnwirh sTce; hoii-io .. in a dying condition la- - nighi V-- Practically nor- the suspension of the Walsh bunks. The run on the Chicago National and Home Ravings banks continued, but there was no excitement whatever around the national bank and but very little in the office of the Home Ravings hank. A large crowd of depositors gaiher- I cd before the savings bunk about an hour before the time for opening the door and all of them appanmlly desired to be tha flint to obtain money. There was but one policeman on duty in front of tha building and ha wa helplessly overmmebed. Ho sent in a rail for aid and in a short time Lieutenant Hartford with a detail of officer had arrived und formed the depositor in a Ion line. After the pushing had lieen stopped by the officers. qiiiat was restored. About 500 men were in line when the hank opened and the work of py-inihem off went on rapidly. It f believed by tomorrow night the greater of deposits in the Chicago NationI part al sad tha Home Saving- - bank will be withdrawn. iot Attorney MorCnlied State rison and Plate's Attorney Healny both stated this morning nothing In rnnneciion with t!i- - operation ot the called to their mten-tio'b.ink had ! t ; ap-pea-'s esiab-liihme- I , I ! CAVALRY AMBUSHED. Province of Courland. RusBy mall to St. Petersburg. Dec. 19. Frightful stork- are pouring in from Ihe interior RUN ON BEDFORD BANK. where desperate fighting ha occurred be' ween the troop and insurgents. talcs an told of the barbar-iiic-- i Hdiuiri. liidiMii.i, lire. 19 When the ltid lord Xa'iiniiil hank, of which practiced on the German landlord' who are more detested by the John It Ylii. ('hicHgo. i pd'Si-dcand pi .t.tiywl rrockliold.r, lyiu than are rhe Ruaalnns. In a s Toiijy. i lx,- - room fight near Taltum. fourteen dragnona iip.tiid Lor mioii Int;' me fil-.- i with annill dxi-- j wen- killed and sixteen were woundnot.. Tby were paid a fas' a m ed. It i estlmateil that the inaut-gciiihli-lost 300 men killed. Thiir ms lirliin, A squadron of cavalry wa- - aiubnsh-ror.-- ; ,lmi the run of mail and I'tdly cut up near Groseant and iiriueii. O' Iter ''ini. have offered ar-- , slktaure. hm ii ba liccn fictllned a limped into Mliau with lu Sounded. b'-i-- .Milan. tl'ntlatod). sia - CROWE ORDERED OUT. Colorado Mining Man Made to Leave Butte. Butte, Dec. 19. Thomas A. Crowe, mine operator and fora mer militiaman of Idaho Springs, Oolo.. well-know- n waa escorted from Butte early thl morning by a number at armed miner,. He was badly beaten. TUBERCULOSIS AMONG CATTLE- San Francisco, Dec. 19. All the e have been removed from Angel by order of Gen. Funeton. commanding the Department of California, because 50 per cent of the animal were found to be affected with Gen. Funston appointed board to examine auspicious symptom found in tha cattle, and aftar a thorough examination of M head of cattk on the island, including milk and dry cows and calves, found 10 par ernt to be infected. Their report reanltrd in the order for the Immediate removal of the animals and General Fun ton ordered all th animals removed on or before December 20th. Th hard wa the kept on Angel island to. supply milk. garrisons about the harbor with FIVE HUNDRED MINISTERS Moot to Consider Church Fed- eration. tabw-culosia- . Five hundred ChiChicago. Dec-19- . cago minieter are to consider the tint etepe toward church federation in th city. No definite notion wa taken looking toward the exclusion of the Unitarian denomination which waa barred on doctrinal grounda from the recent conference on church federation held In New York city, but the of the meeting waa etrengly in favor of exclusion. Each of the a peak era had been n delegate to the New York conference and each referred to the action of that confrence in terms of utmost approbation. The conference waa called by a joint committee representing tha ministerial association of the various denomination and the central department of th Young Mans Christian annociation. Judge Peter 8. Groascup of the United States Circuit court, who wa a representative of the general ynod of the Lutheran church of North America at the conference In een-tiine- HUNGARIAN PARLIAMENT TO BE PROROGUED. Budapest. Hungary. Dec. 19. Th Hungarian parliament met admin today, to be prorogued until January lSUt. by royal decree. Th mlnlatera were not present. Count Albert Appony. the opposition leader, and Const, Stephen Tiers, the former premie-both protested againat tha prorogation a being unusual, but they aald the New York, prealdHl- obstacle A committee of four wa appointed house did not wish to place to construct pfatn for the church fed- in the way of a possible arrangement between the crown and nation ao ' eration. conwould not oppose the motion to adReferring to the aetlon of the ference, Bishop IFn. F. McDowell, of journ. g OGDEN LIVERY hu.-iii-- -AND - it iiiitu'Cinrv. - BOARDING STABLES SEVERED. COMMUNICATION SANTA FE WRECK. wa found iiiicouisrion-- ' in bd l who ;r he horol ninnHfi-:irr-r,t.o In 'oom h groan Ainhii'.incv giugei'n William- - v ..i - run;toonr,l. aid MHStaili r a. , .a n fi'iiitc ft'iitn opium in tii- itin: were f'iui"! "(ei;ii coiigb drops ,i:ul a li -Althtmeh ihc poa.i n (ici Vl- - "f been Htialyred. ;h-- ' plnsi'-iI the opinion tit1 i'-im :li pa I w. j ai-i- lun-a--- dr.cr d the WecM a ewweieu every yeer Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets OM la Oae nee." E. . 0Vp MMun baa. 2Se Mesacnger I Tha cable received notice today that Killed and Cars Take graphic communication with St. Fire. b been eeveted again. Ksi. Pair X'o. 17. " .ii Ittidfrr mil'wei 19. New York. Dec. 19. m, util I'.rinjo'. a hunt Fet-e-ini- CHARGES 1 iiiii mi'niiiiK five orhffik Tb,. tpj.drr left the ib,- lHKcagp end M cs BOARDING OF HORSES A SPECIALTY FRAUD. Angeles. Cal.. Dec. 19. or fraud In incnagemenr ! of properly said to be worth more rat U. t: : li'l i rav and compoing more exprr nmche. than jt.vfii.ii.nim i a.over and than 7.000 acres of the moat fertile niiTiCd tn exp-if- fiin aotoh one of - tha citrus land and waterway ,:i raiight mareengrr wa kli'cd. His remain ern California, In Rimrid and San were recovered. TJe engineer and Bernardino counties, forms the basil two othri Ci'i rit- were arlouvly of a petition filed in th federal court inptr.-d- . the lute- - fatal'y. Nn paseon-acr- e here today. Hie ap- n :aiurva The iietioa. which wok - Finest Turnouts in the Gty -a tele- Ki wrecked . cotn-pani- iai fba-ge TalaphenaaEelL t'-t- ID L foA 718. Blackham & Ernst, Props,' at RcaseiMKa fHeem and First Class to f. - ct-tl- ut ; : $2,260,000. Art to said: The conference haa asserted it faith in our Lord and Savior. Aft tithe declaration had been made ii was amended so as to declare a belief la the divine nature of Christ. Thi assertion of a great faith, however; i a o an end in itself. It ie ear part no to work for Ihe kind of n revoladon in society that naturally followa the declaration of that faith.. We here to bring a. universal- principle to particular application and find om what that princtplo will do in a towa Uke Chicago." Mn-aHi- el the eathw OoMne sreducUM 2La5T. ot Xn, 19. mal conditions were restored In local banking circles today and there wa not the slightest surface indication of the disturbance caused yesterday by Si. Patera burg, Dec. 19. Despite the statement that two army corps are being sent to the Baltic provinces, It la .learned that no such number of troops is available. The government haa sent two regiments from St. Petersburg In reply to the frantic for reinforcements but it is considered too dangerous to deplete the garrison of the eapitnl sny further during tho present exist, and the government can only await the arrival of the Coetacke and other troop which are being hurried forward by General Llnevitch from Manchuria, la the fear la meantime the government's that the rebellion, which Is extending southward to the Polish frontier, may arouse the Poles to an armed uprising.. Reliable details regarding the of the republic of Kharkoff have at last arrived. The workman's aocialttic organisations, ; joined by 30V troops, took possession of the city and. with the aid of militia, armed with pistols and axes, established a government or feder-- ! atd council'' aa the executive com--is- Imltree wa called. Thi council sued decrees which the authoritie wre perfectly powerless to resist. The council turned off the electricity from the houses on the ground ihaL it only benefited the rich while allow-- ! street in the ing It to bum where it benefited the people on the war declared and thieve which have previously been t terrorising the city. ; When a robber j wa captured he wa placed under a trip hammer with the threat that It would be dropped unless he revealed the whereabout of the booty. Thi usually waa effective and the recover-- ' ed plunder wa returned to its owners. Two notorious robbers were hangi-- d In the public square. the Methodist Episcopal church pointment of a receiver and which was filed by Matthew Gage and his wife, Jane Gage. Is directed against the following: The Riverside Trust company, The Northern Counties Investment Company, The Riverside Orang Company, Tho. H. G. Newton, Wilson Crewdsou, Jos. Gurney Fowler, Richard U Harrison. Edwin Water-hous- e and W. H'. Wlnterbotham, all of Great Britain and Ireland. It appears, according to the petition. that Matthew Gage, owner of the 7,000 acres of land in question, had expended large sums of money in cultivating and developing the property and being financially unable after a time, to care properly for his hoMing. on hia own account formed what la known aa the Riverside Trust company, Interesting English and Irish capital to take over the lands and waterways and proceed with the work of development. In detail, the patition reettea charges of insincerity on the part of the defendants. Mr. Gage asks that a receiver be appointed to take charge of the property until such time as it tan bo soM and he is given his share holdings, from the disposal of the which he estimates to be worth about d President Hotsm E, Reery Arc Paying All ho-pi- al . E. Dooly uff.-- oj of MADE UNC0N8CI0U8 BY OPIUM. ih. - United States Depository i freight. j wbf-ri-th- The Utah National Bank iu.vu-ai- exrlii-io- n kill--- laai by a milod tnin ne,f hoi, idi n :(1eil a Uuiko S'iufiay. li.tw of ot William T. Thou;iiott. llucka co'.intv. Obi", wlio h itstim frirtul a' Napa Junction Tin- - body i . ,1.. will lie ant vo Vfii.i J re Tsmilv of ilic rtcas-- i ii Kni-iu- o - iwmiin run over and Chicago Institutions 1 Dec. 19 special staff correspondent of tha Praa who has jut arrived here learns that the mobs of Lilhun-Ian- s and EsthonUmi yesterday attacked a hundred Cossacks aud dragoonB, the only military force stationed in Tukum. The mob, after wild fighting, killed the soldier to the last man. cut off their arms and legs and ripped their bodies. The streets were strewn with bodies and dismemliered parts. Six hundred troops arrived hers this morning. A BEFORE THE dpy. Pniula, Aaxociatad . FROM THE 301 24th Street COSSACKS KILLED AND LIMBS CUT OFF ASKS FOR HIB LIBERTY. A. Ik. Robert New Yurk, Dec. Ammon, who is serving an Indeterminate sentence iu Sing Slug, yesterday, pleaded In the supreme court that he was unjustly in priaou. Ammon was convicted of being connected Wealth is Found in Serious Condition. . it BECRAFT t'-o- ninth precinct. Man of 3 4 Washingiou, Dec. if The Rots' of Reform school of the lumbia. located Mine iinunce outside lire at 3 of Washingiou, caugM o'clock and the mam building in which were boused 3u Iniys was totally destroyed. The loss is estimated at tl.1ii.uhu. No Uvea were lost. As soon a. the alarm waa sounded i hr guards immediately set about rescuing the boya, at Ibe Mine time summoning to their aid reserve In tha HOTEL EREE SUGAR hire . Inmate. URGE TYPEWRITER OIL STENCIL VARNISH INKS Repair Shop la the Best Phone Calls Answered Promptly Estimates on Work Furnished Free All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory My y. A NtOSTYLES DUPLICATORS REPAIRS Vs l ci HECTOGRAPHS PENCILS ERASERS PAPER FASTENERS ve DRUGGED AND SWINGING STANDS CARBONS riue, containing upturn. r - tiioughi i bar McCliain acciden a::.v took an oierdosc. lie i a lmuil'er of the Ik nl of aaaeamuont. foi city improve-iii.i- i iu New.rk aud 1 secretary of the Republican county committer, and au officer lie is a itiason-builiie- t exof ibe Huildeia A Tradesmen', comtni'tee. change. He had been id for several member ol' the Mi. Hodge.--, served through ihc war day- - and left home for a walk. om a captain. He and was inuati-reiwa a member cf the Third Volunteer Mr. llndg''. REFORM SCHOOL BURNED. regimetu of Minnesota. w bi.ni iu Monro, couniy. N. Y. A widow and six children survive him. Guards Succeeded in Rescuing' the ! TYPEWRITER DESKS RIBBCNB MANUSCRIPT COVERS Ui;!r I Luck iu isTl. Mr. Huugc ha held the post; ion of register of ihc Springs, t'olo.. and oiticc, a: aud tor a long time waa assatcr ol tn- - Denver min:. ie wa twice th' state chairman of the K, publican of t'olorudo and cr n tin I riiniiuiitce served for IS years continuously a a IN 903, M, tm yaassassa Three Men Reduced to Atoms and Seven Others Injured by Explosion of Dynamite in an Excavation for a Building. Dii you know that Santa Claus has arrived at the DECEMBER MORNING, Livery Prompt 1 Twcnty-FIft- H 239 JUBT ONE AND ONE-HAL- F ! Becvloe . St Ogden Utah BLOCKS PROM UNION DEPOT.