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THE 8 EXAMINER: ilOKXING OGDEN, UTAH, TRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER iooh 2. afternoon. Mr. Siiort-rtdgdesired a comtnuaiicc nn:ll Ssiuroar because of Ihe bearing upon 'he injunction d by Judge Sea-welast week, set for timiorow morning. Mr. Henev declared that Mr. hortridge was present only by courtesy and had no light to aak a ril OVATION TO LITTLEFIELD lomoirow e ii-ue- BY LOCAL REPUBLICANS TO HONOR ll MIKADOS BIRTHDAY FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Addresses Enthusiastic Multitude at North Ogden Endorses Congressman Howell Discusses National Issues Is CREAM BaKUigMer Made from pore, grape cream oi NOTE.- -J Interest bearing debt, $925,159,270. Debt on which interest has ceased Finally Knlachro Mutawa vesel Japaud look possesion of isc aiuce maturity. $1,123,205. ownIhe anese newspapers u port that Debt beariug no interest, $2u9,189.-719- . ers. the Manchester Steamship have cuusenied t the possesTotal. $1,325,472,174. sion of the steaiut-- on cuudiiiou that Thi amount, however, does not incount-ctiowith be given m clude Sl.lo3.6BT.KB9 in certificates and the ilainis for auiages against the ireasury note outstanding which are offset by an equal amount z( cash on government. hand which is held for their redempSTRIKE OF CHAUFFEURS. tion. The cash in the treasury is classified aa follows: Five Hundred Participate in a Riot in Gold reserve, $150.MMI.iio0. New York. Trust funds. $l.U3.K9769. General fund. $174,029,949. New York, Nov. 1. -- A riot In which in national hand depositories, striking chauffeurs and sympathiser participated, occurred at Eighth In treasury of Philippine islands. tovenue and Thir'.y sixth street $4,730,053. About a hundred policemen Total. $1,591,433,247. against which night. were required to quell it. Many of there are demand liabilities outstandthe Hllcemen had their helmets anil ing amounting to $1.208.3?.2.4:!7. which unifoims ruined. Roundsman Frank leave a cash balance of $373,300.91 o. J. Dunn waa struck on the bead by stones and serl-iu.iinjured. The poINDIANS CAPTURE FLOUR. lice declare that Hie trouble was startwho ed by a young woman uiged the Held Rifle at Head of Driver While crowd standing In the si reel to break Load le Sacked. up the luiltce proicrilon of a passing automobile. A band Sheridan. Wyo.. Nov. 1. "Will you stand ibis? Go at them of lOn Rte Indiana, it la reported tolike men.'' the fouian is said to have day, captured a wagon loaded with shunted. Insiauly the cry was raised, Ilnur and supplies bound from Arvada "IVjwn with the strike breaker. Kill io the Tenth aud Sixteenth cavalry. the ikiI ice if they interfere." The driver was held at rifle point The crowd aur'oitnded ihe automo- while the redkiux sacked ihe load and bile. Stones, sticks and eggs were carried It away, allowing the driver thrown flora ever; direction. The po- to proceed with the empty wagon. lice made repeat d efforts to arrest Troops camped at the month of Bufmen who appeared to he t lugleaders, falo creek are on alum rations and but each lime a man waa caught he more food has been ordered from Lilwa rescued hy ctsupuninnx. lie Powder River, thirty miles away. Late tonight more was another Most of the l ie are s'.l'.l camped on clash between strikers and policemen. Bear creek near Rlrney. Soldiers no trace Only the arrival of reserve policemen north of Sheridan hare sesaved Patrolman loivy from of the Cheyenne. rious injury at the hands or a mob aves' reel and Eighth si CHILD KIDNAPPED. nue. Ij-vwas being kicked aud lieHti-when the reserves ran tip. Paris. Nov. 1. The police arc IrvCharles Opp was arrested. He had ing to trace the kidnapper of baby been so severely handled during the bov who Is the heir to the fortune uf fight that hla hurra required his re- a millionaire. moval to the hospital. Robert 51 ora n The child was spirited away fioni was also arrested, lie was Injured, the Tuilerles Garden in a very myshut refused medical attendance. terious manner. Hia mother, who lives oppaxiu the gardens, went the nurse out with the child for an airing. Some RAILROADTMEN CONFER. time after she went to the window Th Businas of tha Conftranca Kapt and, to her horror, saw the nitrite a 6acret asleep cm a bench, but no sign of the vessel. One of the uiot.i succesi'ul political rallies held in Weber cutiicy outside the city waa th.it hr id at Nurtn Ogden laat night by the Republican aud was a: which the principal t'hurles Littlefield ot I'.ingiessman Maim-- . This was the next to the last -lieech that will be delit'e,1 in I'tah o.v the vixlting emigres' man, whu has for the patty. made a lour of the The meeting house st North Ogden was parked with an enthuwLs'lc audience. who cheered for the gteat principles of Republicanism us 'hey eom-puu- aia-ake- minamcalM bakiag powder ara eicird jus Ultra put'S.icntcinbrf w .n mol) Mac trots slsn. bkuIIk acid dctMctiass U hull. were set forth by the. several speakers. A special wa run to North Ogden by the Ogden and Northwestern, which carried a large crowd tr im this were the folcity. The local Sc- . $145.-975.34- Edwin Dtx, George A. lowing: o. B. Madson, Frank Monro. brlu, in the sum of SlU.bOi). with l W. Joae-iU. Wallace and Judge Murphy, Clark and M. Hart aa securities. Mr. who touched briefly upon the local Perrin la on hla way here with bondsin political circle.. men. and is expected to arrive toWhen Congressman l.lfilefleld was morrow. iutr.xilured he was greeted with a After thanking the ovation. ROCKWOOD HOAR DEAD. meeting for the splendid tereptlun. u touched upon questions uf national imIn Spite of Recent Operation Mr. Hoar portance. The Dlngley hill of U97, . Had to Succumb. the beet sugar tariff aud tho wool isr-iand Lhelr lieneflt to Itah. The Worceater, Mass.. Xov. 1- .then showed why the Demosptaker Third Rockwood Hoar of the crats could not stand upon the above sou Massachusetts district, of the late measures and that almost repSenator George F. Ili.ar, died tonight resentative of iliat party in every the differat hla 'residence in this city after an ent slate has his individual opinions illaess of five week. FJiigrexxnisn on tariff as Its beiieflta are diffeient in Hoar sine September 2d had lieen each 1 different This state. n n hie to take, part, in the campaign who with the Republicans, figfor hla to congresa. At the ure ou benefits to the countiy in time of hla retumunaiioii, alien it was general. In rln-ln- g Mr. Littlefield rethought that Ms illness was of a tem- ferred to ihe importance of supportporary character, hla written letter ef ing the adiuliil-lratlo- n hy returning acceptance was presented to the dis- (ungreasinsn Howell ax the representrict cun vent Ion. tative in the lower bruise of congress. The congressman wa first tliought Between the several addresses the to he suffering from neuralgia, but Republican Glee club remvreci a numalarming symptoms soon developed, ber of campaign ongs, in which the and a few days ago an oiteration was "digs" on some if ihe candidate were performed, but in spile of this th-- ; pa- grea'ly enjoyed. tient continued to fail. Afiei a brief reception a: North Og- EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Independent Plione Sell 'Phone, twe rings No. Independent 'Phone Bell 'Phone, one ring No, bd No. M OFFICE BUSINESS 1 No. SI g Ilepre-xMBallv- e BREVITIES Funeral service were helil over the . 2 uf Alonso Waldram remain yesterday, Bishop JeiueH Ward preMusic was furnished b the siding. choir. The speaker were llau. Mad-.oJoseph 1'arry and President F K. All (poke of the high Middleton. character of the deceaaeil, referring especially to his beneficent work lit helping ihose afflicted at. the time ot the smallpox siege. Interment lu Ogden City cemetery. Sale, 2275 Wash. Ate. Rummage ' Sir. and Mr. C. H. Garving having sold their home on Knolt Hill, am nnw (tupping at the Broom hoi el. where they will remain for a few ev-- Half the Water Turned Intu the Old Channel. emy. Imperial. Cal., Nv. 1. Half of the of the Foktrario river waa today Oata. $1.15; com, $1.25; nrackod com, $1.85; rolled harley. $1 20; rolled turned from the break iu the ilver bunhanks Into the old channel. Success oata, $1.45, and wheai $1.10 per dled pounds at Grout. 352 Twenty la attending the work at every stage and nt the present rate of progress it Smith street. Both phone. Is believed that by Saturday the enPUneral services over the remain tire volume of weler will he flowing of William Ctowors wtll he held at 2 1 the original channel. To accom-1llhthis the level of the water must p. m. Unlay In tho Hooper meeting be raised nn additional all Inches. house. i Recaption and Grand Ball. Congressman Littlefield arrived at the academy at 1I:2H and after a t ltort leceptlu in the parlors uf the hall lie was Introduced to the gathering hy Mr. IJttlelleld Judge E. T. Hulaulakf thsnked Ihe ladles for lhelr kindness and appreciated the attention shown hint. He stated tbai he was very tarry that he could not have reached the city tbl afternoon In time to attend the reception prepared, but the FINGER PRINT TEST. delay had been on thb account of the delayed fralus. He said that he hau Fort Leaven worth, Kan.. Nov. 1. -- enjoyed the visit to Itah very much The man whose Identity waa discovand had found nothing here that would ered through the finger print system different Is Janies Met' own, who. while serv- er. In late this slate from any othspeaking upon the suffrage of ing in the Knglish army, killed a sol- this stale, Mr. Littlefield took occadier comrade at Malta. After coming sion to to America he enlisted in an artiller,.' of the twy a tribute to the women that they were stale, by battery under the name of McDonough. more beam Ifni than he had seen rise November he assaulted and nearwhere. Homo national questions were ly killed a comrade of hla battery-- . touched upon briefly and in closing He waa tried by courtmartlul In the eaat and sentenced to' ten years In tho Mr. Littlefield again took occasion to Impress upon til! minds of (be people penitentiary. Welier ciuiity as well as of the The KnglNh aiilliortiies have said of he is not wanted there and they hope state the Importance uf returning Howell. bp will remain awwv from England. Waa a Dacidsd 6ucceaa. The grand ball given by the Indies' CUBAN SUGAR. Republican club was a decided sucWashington. Nov. 1. The diaastrouh res n and one of the sorlsl affairs ot effect of the Cuban rerolutinn on the the season. Alxun two Intdred couples Importation of sugar from that island-t- were present nnd enjoyed the Imapi tallty of the ladles, who were out In the I'nlieJ Ptatcs is treated in -Issued today hy the depart- force aud did vet v thing In tbalr power to tnuke the ball Ihe success It ment of commerce nnd Isltor. The proved lo lie. fell lu September to 93.0oi).litM) The ladies of the club, of which Ihe pounds against 23o.u0u.o0ii pounds In the pruned lug iiiourli and 172. film, non following arc the officer, Mrs. ('. K. t'oiilter, president ; Mrs. Jeuuie K. pounds in September of Inal year. Nelson, vice president; Mis. Annie Farr, sec m ary. ami Mrs. I.v-a- l HAS CONFESSED. Griffin, acted as a reThe commiMcc ception law Angeles. Cal.. Nov. Xel-oOsncelli. who waa ui rested here last oil atTangcincnta acre Mrs. Mrs. chairman: William iltaxiimun. ihimurder of Mrs. Tuesday charged with George A. Retiring and Mi. E. Mercurlo Giovanni. in Camden, N. J.. T. Hitlaniski. Refresh nten is. Mrs. on April. Sith last, has enn Cessed to William llowell. Mrs. Chandler and the killing acoari'irig to the police wh Mrs. Kan. Program, Mrs. David Matthave vigorously "sweated" him. son. Mrs. I'xri Allion and Mis Irene flow Francisco. Nov. 1. The conference between the superintendent of the different divlaiiina of the Southern Iartilr and tha commltiiH! representing th Order of uKIlmad Conductor and the Hroiherliood of Railway Train nten were rcsiitiiyd today on a private car on the Oakland pier after haring adjotit iivd for a week. vuws have The us t lire of been secret. It. la known lhal the men have made certain demands for a readjustment of ihe wage and hour cliednle ami that the officials Iirvc been considering ihe mailer. At the Run li The ladies of the Kplscopal church will give a cooked flood sale on Saturday afternoon, November 3, at Use's drug store, at I o'clock. Mrs. D. R. Wheelwright and son Stirling returned today front n visit In Brigham City. The question of a ouccewaur for Joseph Stanford la now under dlacus-sioThe position la an important n. one and require a man ot Judgment and Integrity. William Wilson and Joseph Fife have been mentioned. Carter with n horse wanted at office at Jour-Bn- once. l - Attorney McCohiuirk baa flled with the county clerk ihe cost bill in the Howell-Hame- r election case, the remittitur having been received yesterday. hlra. Mary Blsck, better known a "Urandma" Black, and the mother of tho late Mrs. William Crltchlow. la very 111 with iagrip at the icsldence of her granddaughter, Mrs. A. Si one, .'01 Thirteenth street. Mrs. Black's daughter, Mrs. Leonard of Aaiiaconds, Montana. and aou. David Black of St. Anthony. Idaho, arrived In the city h Forty-eight- den Congre.sman IJltlcfidd and party returned to the city, where the visitor was the guest of honor at u grand halt glveu hy i be Ladles' Republican null held at the Congress dancing acad- THE COLORADO RIVER. woeki, Txcas-ur- follows: s, Hliu Nnil M CHICAGO HUN tha Washington. Nov. 1. The utombly LOCAL JAPANESE PREPARING TO CELEBRATE. statement of the puoltc debt shows that at the close of business Ociober 31. 19115. the total debt, leas cash In the treasury, amounted to $952,171,344. An Interesting Program of Eserciaea which is a decrease for the month of and a Display of Firotworka S2.u74.h29. The debt is recapitulated Will Be Given. tartar Pore Healthful, Reliable ' In $952,171, 34. Accorded a Cordial Reception in Ogden Gty Guest of Honor at a Grand Ball Makes home baking easy. Nothing can be substituted for it in making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot muffins, cake and biscuit, food Insures the pastry. against alum. hot-bread- Total Debt Lass Cash baby. She rushed oter to the gaidens. and with considerable difficulty aroused-thnurse. The girl said that. man had come up behind her as xhe held the baby In her anna, and- put a chloroformed handkerchief over her face, after which she rememliered no more. The mother suspects her late relatives, who lire In Algeria. Her husband died Intestate, and if it had not been for Ihe lililh cf hla child (hey would have shared hue-hand- 's hla fortune. -- j i Willett lusted for more lust than a week, no agreeineiii could lie reached and ihe meeting had to he ad LIGHT PLANT LEASED. iMufi-rein- jonrued. The officials of the Bom hern Fa declare that, a strike Is not thought og cither by the road or by the men aud that the difficulties will lie aettlcd fairly and agreeably to both parlies. Among the officials attending the meeting are W. 8. 1 rimer, general superintendent of the northern division, : P, II. Ingram of the southern divial-inBupis. Miinson of Ogden. T. R. June Wilof the Sacramento division, G. der of the coast division and W. R. Scott of the western division. DALNY for the niiciniiNii. Nov. leasing nr the Cincinnati, Covington and Newport Ught and Trartion company have been practically agreed upon and The property will probably xuon pa Into (he control of the Columbian company, g holding corporation, formed under the law of West Virginia. This company will also purchase. the control of (he Foiled Ga aud Electric company of Cincinnati, the two Cleveland gas and electric properile and uwn outright many thouxands of acre of oil lands In The aggregate capiWear Virginia. talisation of the subsidiary companies will ii mount to ll76.nnu.oiNi. GEORGE ADE DENIES. OPEN. Cbiragu. Nov. Many Japanese Cargoea Hava Arrived 1. George Ade today-denie- d that he I engaged fii be marat the Port, ried hi Mi Helen Hale, the scire, the following statement Washing'oti. N, v. 1. Dalny was op- and Issued : ened t'J the (lade of the world on Sep- uiH'n the aubjeci "The story In the morning papers to tember without any ceremony whatI hat I am engaged Is misever, according to a report made io the effect 1 am pot engaged. I ni not. the Mate ilciuriniut hy John Edward leading. well acquainted with Mix Hale hive Jones, the Anierlcan consul. not pen her for I wo year-ne- ver had Mr. Jones ay that many .hipaucsc said more cargoes have arrived. At present no a letter from her. never hiisiness himsea are available, but Mr. than eight words hi her. The story June says a number of .laitaneso firms Ik a willful tnlaropresentatlon and noma one who Itavi olitainetl iieimls-lt- u to repair probably wh xtarted by Kirenii. In ihe to her injure standing trying ' which were damaged in the Light refreshments were served. building theatrical prnfelon." The music was furnished by the acad- lste war and merchant x of other nations can util sin the same right. Haste emy's enlarged orchestra. GIANT BATTLESHIP. is necessary. However, the coiikiiI say. As Ihe Manrhurianx regard whim' MARQUIS ITO. W'HKhinginn. Nov. L Plans for the a their s'aple crop. Mr. .Itim--ay it giant haiilship were auhtnit-i-To Return From Corea and Katsura Is liki !v that the Sungari vslley will pruHixed to the secretary of the navy rod ay be rvo'Hi t.i wheat next year, and to Succead Him. a ill coiieeqiieqi-e'therwill lie .i Icinsnd by- constructor fho have availed of the opportunity to compete Victoria, it. I'.. Nov. . Mtitqui l!o. for tarmliig m.ichinery. Cotton gtrids for ih baiileKhip which will have a rcsiih tit general for .la pan in Koic.-i-, ar.; t also in demand. Some American displacement of at least 20.inm (on. is to morn In IVoroinhi-- r and Conm col on falnic. already have been All plan are to he submitted to runt-rIiui is hard for Km sura. fu Japan working premier, will repltice which is to pass on the navy ftie Chinese warn dyed liini. News in lilt- - effect wax given the ;iade. action. There were five deiarnient's rlidliK make to and up. re.t'iy a ilia, letter rccitvcd a'e .ltti linni tuiui iif F tu and dark blue designs received from outsider and nn esc Journalist of Tokiu. wlio - :n colors l o'sl is scarce and high priced, l wo by the board of construction of : clcisi- tiiucli with ihe govern Tinexamami it - aimoxt impo-ild- c v. rlt-.to get la- ihe navy. Secretnry Bonaparte xa;-- l Vfitrauis Ln ined all the plana and reserved action, bor. m leave In lie. making prcpatailons l remlif-- r will tender iii resaiui DEMAND GRANTED. , I . linn on .'t'uriur.g to JURYMAN EXPLAINS. Mt-Ka- 1 u, The couditiun or J. W. president of the Commercial bank, who I sfriouxly ill imu-l- i Healy house, was early thi morning. Pale, 2275 Wash. Rummage (iuthrie. National at the improved Vte. - PROMINENT SPANIARD DIES. 1 AGAIN INDICTED. Madrid. Nov. I. IHm .limn Manuel (imixnle de la i'lxuelii. Count de File-sel- . Is dead at the age of hi years. Pan Francisco, Nov. I. John A. has heretofore, been The count was ;i captain cneial In Benson, who of ihe ihe Spaniah army, charged with land frauds in connection with F. A. Hyde nnd whine rase academy and took a prominent part I pending in Washington. 1ms xgaiii in the Fxriist wars. been indicted to the federal grand LUTHER LEAGUE. Jury on idtuilar charges. Rilwsrl B. Perriu of Williams. Arix . lias been Faiiiun. Ohio Nov. 1. The Lip her Indicted with httn. The lamia arc loemuoti cated In Tehama comity. League of Ameriea. now in The imri men were not here, wtll meet in Chicago in vent ion in 19us. l ln- League Word was sent them of the imlirtim-n- i at the Fnii'-ililain C. ptovei uf Phllailel-phieleetetl and Benton apiiean-Staten marshal's ofllee and gave Inmda piestdeiii. BENSON s d prci-lde- them-xelve- m-- l - - nx-n- airi-ii-i- .liu-.ui- who Did You Know ! as h.s j I I caret i! a MeanF examination ef eyes and proper udjuct-uen- ! f fiaraes. We challenge any ore to make a betof cither, ter and ask a chance to prove to yon we are expert opticians. All Examinations are Free. J.S.Lewis&Co. Opticians Q J. S. LEWIS & CO. , JEWELERS popnlai'lv siiece-o- w II mii-n-,- l posed wi'hni' delay to take up the wo:', lie in )n Koriii hy Maiquis lt The wrl'ei .1 io SB's 'til- 'll ;ew of miliiaty tit at hone- a it. I lit kecplns with econunit uit.o-iiH-- ; planned by the ntlptsrv haif of tl.e .l.ipan- - se garrl ns in Man-- . chut til .uit! Kire. t are n recalled The ntiii'ary rngram eonitirise-- : ihe "ignienta :on of the .lap'iueae arnt evrbtsivt- of t in nineteen '.mperi.il guard dlr'ylon ot Tokio. A' iiie-isre- iri fie. - s. di xon.- - are niatrainrri hs arrlotis in Korea and Manchuria .ivl-l-'IIThe,- - will hr leiinccil to pre-e- ni fie.ir New- - ' i i - nut ..f how tin .l.tpg:tii u ,;R Rr!r;h Mcamer ones,, sc, wohoiii cii-- i owing to a Irgsl c inro "X" urtsiug on- of - he coming or Ini'l fined Baltic icuid.im tf io .lapanc-- e wvern. When the ilalic sq.iHdrm was passing For the British s'eamer (lldltaniia w.- gs when up'Uied, lie.ng abandi-neth,- - Russtaii squadron waa defeated in he Sea of Japan, the Oldhamta ran ashore a: ltrnp. The British owners itemed dr.mage-- . meanwhile leaving Th'- .lapa'ies. he . earner defeiic ih gire'nn:rnt did i..u lirefeW.I- - - - nir-s- i - j Doea Not W.n to Shirk Duty Serve if Not Qualified. I": a nr.. S.in i. m. ar to I with ihe qualiftcslioliK of ora and the manner of thel scbition consumed nenrly the enMre session cf ihe Riiiierinr court this afEi,in,' j 1 -' s. M. Siuirtrldae tha: a citiren was eitgible Itito sen g If mime appeared on sxnieni rod fur the year preceii-iuthe siimnii-iito diry. Fiancls ilenev opp.isi u this of ihe tanite and leuewed his objection in flic i h rci- - Ttieinle-- r ot Ihe pai.el previ.uixlv ehallei-geliy him Benue :he q.iestlons tken c p in (rmiendi-- Xtiimej ih-as- c s .1 'i.i Sold Glasses? i r. dtrl-'oii- i Music. Chairman -- Mr. H. 8enow. Opening remaiks Mr. 8. Iida. Klmigayo (Japanese national hwnin) Audience. Dr. M. Heading of imperiad edict Takeoka. Address - Hon. E. M. Conroy, mayor. Bhtiguji Mr. T. Bargara. Music. Mr. H. 8iginflancc of Tencho-8eisi- i 8enow. Address- Rev. J. K. Carver. Klmigayo (Japanese national hymn) Audlunce. Buuxai for Emperor of Japan. -- - nndei ef advisement Jo1!!! ,n' F. Twigg. thasked :o mage a statement and rilxrlainicd all jm'iisanshlp i,hi eclecriun :o serve. He stated that he did not wish appear before the public in The atHtuds of shirking du:y or on the other har-- l of attempting to serve while iipqua1: fled. Juror .lame E. Hrt'l eiiilo-se- d - thi sentiment. fvespltc Him irbj,c!ii'ii of Mr. as a"uine Vr!-lidge- fur Rue' the f'llhev Hearing of s:uti"Tion of Jui.trx whs cun' In .ct . LEFT-HANDE- Street 370 24th COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE. In short winter is near. The wise will prepare. The most for the lean should be your atudy. For your sake see ux for stoves. furnPure, dlahes, etc., new aud secoud-haod- . THE JUMBLE, HELLO 1144. MONTHLY CIRCULATION. -- f, ). ler-rlbl- mining town. OBTAIN EXPLOSIVES. The miners have voted ;o allow no Fliinee or Japanese in the camp and St. Petersburg. Nov. riiccm-fhave appointed a committee of seven, and do ring roe to become, to whom nil disputes over claims and of high explosive and gunpowwill be referred for arbitration. A health committee has leen der wa carried .through Wednesday. named to lay out a sanitary district Six revolutionist disguised as a sergeant and five private drove up to the pnverament powder store at Oghta REPORT OF COL. HOBBS. 1.--- ul el s Ijon.lon, Xov. 1. War Secretary Haldane, replying in the house of common loday to John Heniker Heasaid ton, Progressive Conservative, the government did no intend to publish the report of Lieut. Col. Hobbs, who went, to the Cnitert States to meat supplies for the Brit tail army. The British army holds about 3.25U.oimi pounds of American canned meat, costing Mnu.OUO. and there la no present Intention of sending an officer io investigate Australian source, re declared. and presented a formal order for 575 pound of pyroxylin and 150 pound of Rmokelei-- . powder. Tbe material wax delivered. At the time this happened the powder stores were guarded gy a regiment of Infantry. DIETV VETERAN Pittsburg. Nov. 1. Guy 8amson. tS years old, an insurance broker, who wa naval officer and ehlpmate of Admiral Samson nnd Dewey during the Rpanixh war. died here loday a the result of a bullet wound through the heart. Mr. Samson bad been ill for years, hut whether be committed filicide or wa acrldentlly shot hx not yet been determined. POLITICAL New FORECAST. York. Nov. 1. Congressman Henry f. Loudenalager of New Jersey. secretary of ihe Republican committee, today Issued the the following statement regarding complexion of the next house of repSure Republican, 222: resentative: sure Democratic. 13u; doubtful, hut probably Republican. 21 ; doubtful, but possibly Democratic. SENTENCED 13." TO EXILE. 8t. Petersburg' Nov. who was proxldent 1. M. Krusia-leff- . of the executhe workmen tive committee of and fourteen lender of ihr council were today sentenced to exRe in Siheri and the lo of aR civil righto. Two others were sentenced to council, imprlmntnHnt. fivn-iniirf- - ,u BISWELL, Jeweler Banner" Can-eelll- l. rt-.- L W. Washington, Xov. 1. The monthly Orchestra. circulation the compof the troller iff thestatement atshows that ai currency Fulted Stales. the close of busiucs October 31. 19m;, Music. tha total circulation of national hank "Old Black Joe" lUamblel Mis notes waa which i $543,171,985. n Dsgmar Johnson. Increase aa cumpni-eOctober :;i. with Hamill. Violin solo Miss Beatrice 19(15, of $5fi,763,734, and an increase Drawing of prizes. for Ihe month of $9,264,877. The circulation baaed on Foiled Slates bund SCANDALOUS OCCURRENCE. amounted to $53i.933,169. an Increase for tho year uf $16,995,3113, and fur the Voice of Speaker Woo Drowned by mon'h of $9.1G3.?43. The amount m Shout From Audience, circulation secured by- - lawful money waa $44, 238.816, an Increase fur Ihe St. Petersburg, Nov. 1. A banquet year of 811,758,37", and for the month here tonight hy graduates of the Im- of $104,832. perial law school, was marred by a The amount of bonds on depoli to scandalous occurrence. When M. secure circulating note was whu la now xerrlng aa asslNtaat and to secure public deposits chrmherialn at the palace, rose from $153,578,931). In honor of hla seat to offer Ihe defunct parliament, including ProTERRIBLE EXPLOSION. and Kareleff, fessors Mouromtseff there arose a volume of shouting from Chaitinooga. Tenn.. Nov. 2. A the assembled graduate vfilch comoccurred in the yard pletely drowned bis words. The toRat store explosion room or the Cincinnati and created o much HI feeling that the Southern railroaw shop at 1 o'clock graduates rushed upon M. Sabnroff, (Friday) morning and a a retore the law school badg from his this one man la dead, one man is sebreast and. kicking and beating him sult with their fllsia, drove him from the riously Injured and at. least hair a rtoaon oi her were badly hurt. Th banquet hall. The lmHrlaI law school drawst its tore house was entirely deal royed, student from high circlea and near- the coaling station badly damaged, several oar burned and tbe windows ly half the members of the present council of the empire are its gradu- in the offices and houses for soma around were broken. ate. Among other prominent persona blocks The explosion came like a thunderpresent, ait he banquet thia evening clap from a clear sky, shaking every was Minister of Finance Kokveoff. atnicitfre In the dty. On account of the late hour at which' the egploslon DISSATISFIED PROSPECTORS. occurred It ia Impossible to Mtlmste Will Endeavor to Hava the Opening the property damage. It la also Impossible to obtain a Hat of the dead Annulled. and injured. Hawihornc, Nev., Nov. 1. NumerSAN FRANOIBCO JURY. ous prospectors who failed to secure rlslms on the Walker lake Indian San Francisco, Nov. 1. Judge Grareservation green deavoring lo perfect an organization fur the irarpoxc of ham' court room was not. filled today milking formal protest, io the authori- when the Inquiry Into the qualificaties at. Washlnglin. They will en- tion of grand Juror was resumed. Adeavor to have the opening annulled ssistant Dltrict Attorney Heney that James F. Britt, father of on the ground that. It was not properly conducted, and they-- will ask that If "Jimmy" Britt, the pugilist, was not the recervstlon is opened anetir that eligible to serve, aa his name was not roll. Attorney cavalry bp placed In charge uf the res- on the aaexament ervation at least two week before Bhortridge cmitendqH that aa Britt'a the signal I given to start. Consid- name waa nn the assessment boll last erable disorder nuw exist at Dutch year he wh competent juror. Argucreek camp on uccnunt of the estab- ments on this point occupied most of lishment of xereral saloons in the new the afternoon. d HAS CONFESSED. Cliimeo. Xov. 1. Railroad managLi Angeles. Nov. 1. Giovanni er today Informed- the xwiicli men's who was arrested here last union that Uielr demand for a raise i.f ten cents an hour would not is Tuesday charged with ihe murder of granted. The railroad declared har Merrurio Giovanni. In Camden. N. J.. n April 24 last, has confessed to the would accept an the of two cents an hour or noth- killing. Recording to the police, 'who ing. Vice Grand Master Dodge of the have vigorously sweaied" him sine. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen he was arrested. He came v this shorr time raid the advance f two cenij an hour city and started a would nor be a'lKfartry lo the men. h.irber ship, where he wa working when iirreted. WHITE BULL. PREMIER TO RESIGN. 1 hi , Nov. Sioux Fitv. White M.vlilil.' Nov. 1. It. is ierMnt1y Hull, one of the chiefs of ihe Bloux Indian, wax in flloiix City today on ntmorod that Field Marsha) Lopez his way lo Ihe Krone of Uie Fte up- Dnnur.gitez. the premier. I about to resign on account of ill health, and rising in Wvoinlng tu act aa an emisHe said he was anxious ihat he will be succeeded hy Gen. sary ,if I,. me-- i leaden of the Fte that: Mum pern Rice, who resigned the lie might CM, him influence to dissuade in 19u.'i. them from fighting. DIES IN JAPAN. THE PITCHER. I1 Angeles. Nov. 1. Cablegram t i. Nov. 1. Billy Hitt, the front Yokohama announce the death iofi h.iiidi-- pitcher of the Pacific coast In ihut city today of John G. Moesin. cu. hix signed a contract for next vice pivaideni of the American season wi:b the Cincinnati National honk of Lo Angelex. Mr. Mas-sileuau" management. Hilt is said to wiiji his wife, lias been trsveHeg h- - ,ihouin Jspiin for several week :he hext pitcher in the for the lea giro. ru:i ref:' (: his h';:h. xwiu-hnie- ha met by a "yew." spells out the necessity of an engagement ring. Then, if luck it still with you, a wedding ring wti: he in order. If you require nliher or both no better place for buying can be found than here. We ar posted on have samples uf the latest style in this and other high class Jewelry. Price jusi right. Hanxal for the President a.-i.- iszs-tizmw- x Comfort in Glasses The resident Japanese of Ogden are preparing to celebrate the birthday of Muiauhito, emperor uf Japan, next Saturday evening In the A. O. F. W. hill. An interesting program has been arranged fur the occaskm aud other liirerex'ing feature will take place, including a display of fireworks on the eorner of Gram avenue and Twenty-fifth treei, in the early part. Ogden has king been recognized aa the headquarter for the Japanese who are engaged In the various pursuit in the intermounialn country. Branches uf almohi every line of work have been established by them in thia city, Including a branch erf the Japanese American hank uf Sun Francisco. A Y. M. C. A. and training school in this city have been in existence for The little brown men xonie time. have come to the conclusion ihat they can get up a celebraiitm in whk-- the people of Ogden have been asked to take pan. The following L the program that will be rendeied Tomorrow nighl in the A. O. I.'. W. hall: THE QUESTION you pop, if Pa-r:t- ONTARIO BANK LOSS. Toronto. Xov. 1. The loss io tho Ontario bank through the peculation of Flurries MrGIII. the official.'' iated being 1 son non.