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MORNING THE uuduci And ft number of Thu funeral sermon ed by Rut. lunl O. A. ftuMt'Jist Bweexih Lutheran church. was ip tii rUj ccutter. pa- trons and friends a j I Merry Christmas and a Happy and a Pros- i I InuruMt Mr.. Ann tfioodard. an el.torly worn-U- , fell down a siaiscase at the hum of her daughter, Mra. Robert Gftle, lit till city yeuteadmy and sustained a cmu pound frarruro of the left anti, Kha wmo alati painfully hrulaed about (ho head and body. The funeral of John Pigeon, who ty a awttrh engine In the Short Line yarda Saturday night, will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morna ing from tha residence, 224 Went avenue. Rev. P. M. Cuulinn-baof St. jou)h'e Catholic church, will deliver the funeral oration. The member, of (ho same mamma' and bricklayers union will attend I the made In a body. Burial will In l he Mountain View cemetery. waa killed perous Year for J907. Pat-UiV- n The Toggery. ar-vlce- u ' EDITORIAL ROOMS. Acting upon (he Inatrivctlouu contained In n telegram received by Undertaker H. A. Larkin, the body of Chaster Bruit her. the young naan who committed suicide in the city Jail mure than two weeka ago. will bo hipped to Bouton today for burial. TUBERCULAR EXAMINER TELEPHONES No. II No. M Indapaodant 'Phone Bed Phone, two rings BUSIN KM OFFICE Independent 'Phono Boll Phono, one ring GERMS IN No. M No. BS BEEF BY EXPERT VEALS MANY GERMS. RE INSPECTION TBo Hollander! will hold ft meeting today at 2 o'clock p. m. la the Flft'i Wftivl nr. All Hullaud meeting-ho- e Carcaaa. in. Whiah tha Gorma Wsrn Dstactod Waa That of Th a peak mg people are Invited. a Blooded Hoifnr. B. W. Oonwell, auglneer la charge the engineering party ia the Tba detection of n carcaaa of beef aad Tonnpah lino, arrived la Ogden yestenlaiy from tha oaat yester- filled with tubercukinla germs at the day, after having takea the body of plant of the Ogden Packing A ProRoes Krlao, one of the party who died vision eompany a few days ago has at UoMfleld, hack to his former home. converted Manager F. E. Hchlageter of that concern into a strung supporter of the law reeently euacted by The employe, of the H. Griffin Mr. enngmn making it necessary for all company yesterday praasatod Gridin with a haadaom. traveling meats to undtrgo Inspection by a This ta the .auo as token at their esteem. government Inspector. first time that such a discovery has Gold-Hel- d la Ogdon. L. B. lAiwon, private secretary to G. B. Harris, president of the Chicago, Burlington A Quincy railroad, posited pri- SPECIAL Onngresn Dnanlng Acad-wa- y Dancing Chrlstaiaa. nftcraoua 4 to 1:20; evening, to 1:00. lira. H. H. Spencer arrived la Og- den yesterday from Rscrainenfo, where idle has been upending the winter. The condition of her non Ernsst, who Is st the Utah Hot Rpring suffering frasn an attack of rite uniat Ism. In the object of her visit. Mr. Spencer's condition was somewhat Improved yesterday. Funeral services over tha remains of John Pigmm will be held from the residence, 224 Wen Mud itum avenue, at 10 a. m. Wednesday. All friends of the deceased era iuvlted. Member of Brick and Stone Masons unlsu will attend la a body. CUPID CETS BUSY The Sunday set mot of the Flint Presbyterian churrti gave Its Christ-n- u Ceunty Clerk alauea Licenses to FI vs entertainment last evening In the Couple. church. There was a large attendance. An elaborate musical can tan , Cnidd had hia day yesterday ns well was rendered. Santa Claus was pres- Sg more material folk. He Induced ent with gifts for all. five couples to climb the steps to the onuntg clerks nffioe. where permits Chris Moran and wife, who have were Issued to many blushing dam-solbeen appearing with the Uiahsa stock swains. Indirectand eprneed-u- p company In this city for some time, ly Christman Is responsible for this left yesterday for Denver, where they stale of affairs, and the permits Issued have signed for an engagement with In the last three weeks have been unanother stock corany. usually numerous. To accommodate the number of people whose thoughts The Auditorium niuiiaaement are were the same tt was necessary tn planalag for a Gmnd Mask Skating procure a new supply of licenses. Of the five tssund Mouthy, four Carnival, to be given Jan. Hlrti, alien a number of very valuable prises will were given to contracting parties In he awarded. Ogden. The other wss granted to a eoiide from Weber county. Their "Cyclone" Johnny Thompson and names are Frink Hendershot and Florhis manaeer. Rawhide Kelly, left yn. ence Anderson, John Gmshotig and Allre Griffin. Joseph Thornton and terdey sfiernoon fur dan Fram-Wwhere Thompson la booked to go Lola Woodbury. John Rybrc and Willie Fltsgerald neat. Friday Agnes Bowman, Rxr Steed and Hilda again evening. Ho sill return liere Deoem-be- r KJrktnan. Tbe first named couple 3d for bln light with Maurice were married hv President U W. the at Grand Opera House. Shun lift yesterday. Thompson December 31. u e, o, The funeral of Hugh McKay, wlm died Sunday morning, will im held Thursday afternoon a1 1 p cluck at the Willard tahe-nsrlHurl a I w:ll he made in the Willard ceuteterv . Corn, 21.30; wheat. Jim per hundred at Grout's Grain Store, .15; Twenty-fourtstreet. Both phones. MAKES A CHANGES RECORD CROWD ( A son AT AUDITORIUM large Crowd greeted Harley David- - at the Auditorium rink last night and were greatly pleased with his HU daring tent of fancy skating. Jumping over seven olmirs while st hill speed la a very tmrardnun underTbe funeral of Frda Herglund was taking and won for him rnntlniioti'-applausheld at the undertaking parlors of C. As he will give an ex 111 J. A. Lindquist at 11 o'clock yester- bkJon each night this week, don't fail day forenoon. There was a large al-- to see blot. h e. Advertising' Superintendent Hi Hiker te Retire and Ba Succeeded by W. E. Costello, January 1. Latter Rectivcd There Is a feeling among local railroad men that the new year will see a genera shaking up of officials on the Oregon Short. lJne. This assertion has ten made in the face of tha many denials that have been given out since (he publication of the fact that Superintendent H. V. HUUkar of the Short Line at Salt Lake would le succeed tsl 1y W. E. Costello uo January 1. It la the general belief that a lot of new blood will be put Into office tn the hope of improving the service. Heretofore the Short Line ban held onto tha men appointed until they were advanced to better positions. Whether they intend to depart from thin principle remains to bo even. H is a certainty, however, that Superintendent Hilllker will retire from the operating department of that line on January 1, and that Mr. Costello, who waa formerly with the Grand Trunk, will succeed to the position. Mr. Costello has tieea In Salt Lake for the past two weeks, acting in the capacity of assistant general superintendent, tl waa believed, bare that thin post I Jon wan created merely to permit Mr. Coatello to acquaint himself with the conditions here in order that ho might bo conversant wfih them when ho succeeded to Mr. Hunker's place. It In now antumneed from Salt Lake that someone will be appointed to fill die position to be vacated by Mr. Costello because of the great amount of work falling upon Mr. Buckingham, the general superintendent. Just who will bo mimed for the place Is not announced. A Salt Lake pnjier announced on Sunday that Mr. Roth, assistant to Mr. Hilllker, with offices In Ogden, would leslgn shortly after the first of tbs new year. This report Is denied, both here and in Salt Lake. It would not he ourpriaing, however. If Mr. Hilllker was taken care of m the Union I'aclAc lines by General Superintendent Park, who It la understood, has tbe highest regard for Mr. Hunker's ability as a railroad man. In that event It wqnld not be surprising to see Ilr. Roth alio go to tha Union From New York cornea news to the effect that Miss Elh-- Thomas of IhU city is mewing with success fa the musical world and will be favorably heard from in the future. Miss Thom-s- a left Ogden mure than two years ago to continue her stud lea of voice of Mme. culture under the dlrectl, who Frida de Gabels Aahforth. of rank foremost in the rank vocal Instructor of America. Mme. Axbforth enjoy ifee distinction oi being the only teacher in America whose pupils have stepped ffrou. her studio oa to the board of foreign Both opera bouse of importance. here and abroad aa Ashfurth pupil la always certain of eotmlderatioa oa the. part nt both musicians and Irnpree-aril- by Htr Mother Pays Har a Very High Compliment. Thought to Bo Necenaary an a Result of Probable Raise In Prices at good cafes. This Is the slogan that has been adopted in Salt and tt In almost a certainty that Ogden will be affected likewise. The schedule to that thsre will be a decided advance for meals Ike, after the first of the year. Just what io do to offset thin move has been the source of much discussion on the part of those who have no happy home of thuir own and who know only the Joys that come from alternating between a billiard cue at some clubhouse and a broiled steak at one of the few good eating h antes In this erlton. The moot feasible thing that hsn been advanced so far Is the formation or an ''Anti-Eatinleague." Since the meat sellers have raised the price of to more beef a little than the traffie will bear, and the butter trust Is making Its usual fortune, and the milk trust is storming the public money for Its dividends, the people who merely duel re to keep alive by partaking of an occasional meal are being pretty well plueked. Now ermes the announcement tha' after the 1st the restaurants of the first elsss at lenst, (rill boost prices In order to get even on the public for the advance the milk and meat and bread inist Is making on them. The proposed raise in prices Is said lo be from in tn 2b per cent nn all orders, and it la argued that all that Is left for the few remaining eaters who happen to be alive is to form ;in league suit to refuse to further gratirv the cravings of the inner man The price buster may come up with an injunction again! Uiis move In high finance, but it Is probable that the promoters will pnve that they have not conspired to control commerce. lint merely the appetite. g Anti-Ratin- g REDHILLC0M2KG tviwh Incorporated With Capital of our innny patrons 3 1.000. COO. Since Miss Thomas left Ogden she ha been working faithfully and but little baa been heard from ner. Those of her friend In thi eity will recall with pleasure the recital she gave before leaving for the east. That she has met with success tn her chosen art la demonstrated in the following letter received by Miss Thunias mother recently from Mme. Auli forth: "I am happy to tell you that your daughter, Misa Ellen, is doing very flue work this winter. She has worked most faithfully since I have taken her under my care and has improved the beautiful voice which God ha blessed her with. Her voire is capable of fine things, having the purity of a Melba and the dramatic quality of a Nordics combined. Of course there Is a groat deal, for her to learn in the future to become a fine singer and do full justire to the material she j 1' .treses. However, she has goue a good way on the road of accomplish-- ! meat and can learn and alng to give pleasure to the public. She ia most eager to make the brat of her voice and consequently has improved great-- ! ly since she began her studies with md. 1 write you this as happy Christmas news and wish you a Happy New Year. MERRY OlIRIKTMAK AND A II APFT NEW YEAR. Y wen1 tfoinK wane" whil R as on. J. 5. LEWIS th- - rush & CO., Jewel ers nicies .if inco! poiailou c,f the Red Mining oompnr.y were died with tlv ecu n tv clerk yes:erlny sifrcni.a with a cupllal stock rf 21.01111.00,1. divided !n,o shares of a par value of 31 each The company is Inrurpu-rsi- i a period of firry years to do :i mining business. The incur a are all Ogd- .1 j Carlson Is the principal stockholder. The set opposite hi nam- - is sharia. The officers ,.f the 1t:.!:i noc uijwrv ere: President. B. p Crifrhhm. v ier presMtuis, C. S. Murphy jii'l J. It Carlson; secretary-treasureF I.. Woods Those together wirii o A Kennedy compos H- i- 1mm r I f directors. Mill fr t r, head, womlering what would make a good, oonsible XMAS PRESENT for your wife something whim will be AP- - WILL ISELL YOU ONE ON EASY TERM A Ask neighbor who has one. We have anything you want In a buggy itli(r rubber or nlwi steel tire Cutters, all prices. The WINONA wagon has raptured the trade. Come in and we'll show you why. We will treat you right" BURTON IMPLEMENT CO. 2314 Washington Avenue Ogden, Utah I NEW M:1HQ3 MAY MEAH MUCH Dry Concentration In Tlntic Watched With Grsat Interest. Through the courtesy at Cut F. well known metallurgist, who la at work at the May Day dry concentrator, George M. Hayes and C. E. Hulsh were shown through that plant, saya the Eureka Reporter. Carl F. Diets and Dyke V. Kaedy are he represeutativea of the Diets Engineering company of Boston, which Is doing the work at the My Day mill for the Cactus Ore eompany, la which the gentlemen are aim heavy stockholders. Messrs. Diets and Keedy came west some months ago for the purpose of putting up a dry concentrating plant in Halt Lake City, but were unable to secure a desirable site for the plant, and having heard of the May Day concentrating plant, they found that aome of the machinery la the May Day mill, which waa erected several years ago by tlw Crown Milling company of Ban Francisco, but which had proven a failure, could be made to answer their purpose and as soon as a laane agreement couM he arranged between the May Day Mining company and Mr. Harroll. tbe owner of the mill, Messrs. Diets and Keedy commenced the work of putting In a dry concentrator that there la every reason to believe will mean a grent deal for not only the May Day Mining company and the Tlutic district, but the entire west. It Is a well known fact that with wet concentration it is almost an Impossibility to make any hind of decent saving of silver values, unless the silver cornea along with the lead. In so many cases the silver la separated from the lead and the water carries U out along with the tailings. In dry coneontnatioo It la not so much the saving In water necesaarv to operate a wet conrenirator. hut the aving of silver values .which cannot be saved any other way. About the only part of the old May Day mill maused when the chinery that will new prucess of Messrs. Diets and Keedy Is in operation Is the ore crueh-er- s and the rolls. The old tilers, about ten in number, have been dleearded and one sizing machine, known Me the Keedy one lzer. will take the place of all these old tunciiliies. The Keedy ore sizer Is In psrt sn Invention of Dyke V. Keedy and the one which has been Installed at. tbe May Day mill will have a rapacity of between forty and fifty tons of ore dully. This wiil he sufficient for the present, hut later perhaps tbe capacity will hare to be increased. The Keedy ore slier ha. been In um- - in the plant of the Warren Separating crmpsny at Warren, N. M.. for some years, and has been a success In every way. the system thwr being the sam- - Ibst Is', the close sizing and then the Jigging (dry! of the product of the sizer. "tin the May THir ores." Mr. Dlez a matter of ksjs. "It is essentialproper adjustment to suit the conditions produced by heavier gatign- slid lighter mineral than is the case with sulphides In quartz. The nearer the weight of mineral and gangue approach each eher the closer the must he. and e can resolve the ore into twentv sixes if found Inicesd of ten. with practically no additional milling cost. This can be dine by numing two machines In series or by one machine te do the worn. The machines reonce adjtisied, quire no attention wh-except occasional greasing, and conr cmsume of energy when under full load and speed an.l our smaller inc- handles from forty tn fifty tons per day. "We are adapting dry Jigs to the handling of fbls or which are an Improvement on the Hooper jig of roputiulon In the mining We will a!world Install some dry as s;:on a. the shipment can and have dry concentrator of arrive, other forms a'sn t out against those mentioned. ' One of the esei.t features Is th dus system, nhi-- h collect fugitive s Ii sliver a ikI lead ted during ihe crus'iimc. This also makes the tidil free finm dust and Diet, the 1 - six-Ir- n A If you art scratcliiug your n e. V Implies HONESTY in the Goods You Carry. THOMAS MEETING SUCCESS AS VOCALIST. KISS ELLEN Up go the prices IWfi. 2 Truth in NEW YEAR LIKELY TO BRING NUMBER OF NEW OFFICIALS. tle similarly a lcted hava been and operating officials have been passed an good and retailed to the swamped, and railroading today la puullo. nothing like It wan flva yearn The oarcaan In which the germs when one man could attend to hisago, dewore detected waa that of a heifer of partment easily. blooded stock. One of two that wera On the Rio Grande there U the ansent here from the Agricultural col- nouncement of the appointment of an lege stables at Igun and both were assistant forthcoming in tha person of blooded stock. It waa not moeosary D. E. Cain, general manager at the to put the beef under a microscopic southwestern lines of the Rock Island, ais initiation. Tbs germs were there who on January 1 will bo assistant to in such profusion that thin was not Vice President 8ohlacks. Mr. Cain necessary. The expert from Lagan has a splendid record and comes to a who came down with the shipment Une that has leva mileage than bin was surprised at the result of the In- former Jurtndtriion. Ho will ilevoto spection and failed to account fur the himself to the operating department, prenoaoe of the disease. Here were leaving Mr. Schlaokn to look after the two bead of cattle, Christmas beef. Is construction, legal and pulley departthe term applied by tbe butchers ta ments. The business during the (specially fine beevan at this season two of the year, one wae diseased, the years hu grown to nuch an put extent on other was not aal both ware from the all linen that tt la Imperative that the tame stable as well as of the same strain he rallevcd and a portion of the blooded stuck. Had the government wurk heretofore attended to bv one inspector not been on hand to detect official be distributed, hence the' many the germs it le more than likely that rhangas. hundreds of people right here in Ogden would have been subjected to ARTI-EATILEAGUE tubercular infection. Mrs. L. J. BeJiaelllnci wife sad ana at the capital, are spending Christmas through Ogden yesterday la bin vate car. TO MAKE Pacific. been made here. To all appearances Tl is on the cards that a number of tbs beef waa one of the finest ever assistants will he appointed for the marketed here. It U difficult, there- officials if the present state of affairs fore, to say whether or not other rat- keeps np. All over the west traffio Wo moot ftll prices In foods. Astlll Feed company, 2284 Washington. Both MORNING, DECEMBER CTAII, TUESDAY OGDEN, ISHORT LINE OGDEN GIRL preachof the Fred F. Dsftnu has bMi named for deputy countv clerk by County Clerk Ilftild Mutt eon. It U not known whether or mot Jdr Dolton will ucc.pt the position. H. in at praeai In the employ of the F. J. Kl.sel eompany a a Mr. Iktituu wao formerly uulri mun assistant pou tii tauter under Thomas H. Da via j We wish our offer-iL- EXAMINER: - horse-powe- -- - tit 11 1 vHl-ie- piwi-tli'all- lie-r- a there is absolutely no danger of be- the ankle anj knee. His condition ia ing leaded while working In the mill. pronounced critical. Stone was at work on a temporary The entire system cf crushing is designed to produce the least possible platform which consisted of a numof quantity of slimes and la known as ber of boards extended from one the third story windows. While turnthe gradual reduction method." The "bag house" Into which the dust ing around he missed his footing and la carried L a feature that was not was hurled Into spare head first. In perfected at the time the Crown Mill- his descent he turned eoihpletrly over ing company was experimenting with and landed on the ground upon his the May Day mill. All of the dutt Is feet. The force of the Impact waa such as not ouly to fracture the conveyed by pipes to th bag house, where It settle a high grade silver-lea-d Imnea of both legs but to tear open product and la ready for ship- the flesh so that the bones protruded, ne of hia feet was almoat entirely ment. with tha concentrates. torn off, ft being left hanging by a Metiers. Diets and Keedy have already made sufficient test to show few threads of fleah. Stone waa hurried to the Ogden thst (heir process emphatically points General hospital, where hia Injuries toward success. Had it not been for the breaking In were dressed by Dr. Rich A Hloh. shipment of some of their machinery It la believed that he will recover. and the difficulty experienced In securing new parts tbe dry concentrator Constipation cause headache, nauwould have been working before this. dizziness. languor, heart palpitasea, It will not more a be than However, tion. Draatlc physics gripe, sicken, few weeka before the plant is In weaken the bowels and dont cure. operation. act gently and cure As soon as the dry concentrator Is Doan's regulets 25 cents. Ask your constipation. In successful operation on Mar Day ores It t the intention of Messrs. druggist. Diets nod Keedy to make trial run on entirely separate machines upon JUNE GUSS RESPONSIBLE ore from other mines here, a well as from several properties In Arisons and Mexico, where at some future date For ths Many Ailments of Stock In Thi Saction. similar plants will no' doubt be constructed. The fact that the June grass which abounds in the foothills and range CHRISTMAS SERVICES lands throughout this section of toe country Is responsible for many of the In St. Patrick's and ailments to stock has been clearly Special Services In St Paul's. demonstrated within the past few days, A sheep that was butchered Christmas will be observed tn all here recently brought nut th fact the churches of Ogden tr.day. Special that this grass once entering aa animusical programs have been arranged mal works Its way Inward causing fur the different service. some kind of an affliction, if Indeed At fit. Joseph's church the Unit rasas ft .Iocs not cause death. will be this morning at 8, the second It waa found that a of this at 2:3(1, the third at and the fourth, grass had penetrated thepiece of the pelt which will be a high mass, at 10:30. lamb interred worked Its way ento, There will be s sermon at each tirely through into the fleah of the anThe musical exerolsea are aa follows: imal. Recant operation made upon Solemn high mass Bartholomew. a borne for lump Jaw and other ailOffertory.' ments disclosed the fact that June "Adesta' Fid ele Chorus. grass was directly responsible for the Soloist Sopranos, Mra. leughran, trouble. It Is believed that these disMia Grill, Mr. coveries will be of material benefit to Tomaaek, ills O'Brien; tenor, Mr. Junk: basons. Mr. veterinarians who are called upon O'Brien, Mr. Bachman. dally to treat stock for the various Praise Ye tha ailments. Closing churns Father. Horses have been known to become Mias Mar Conroy, organist. entirely unfit for use from the effects At 8L Paul's German Evangelical of this gras penetrating their hides. church the psotor. Rev. Theodore It Is believed that the is greatwill preach a German Christmas est when the animals danger lie down. This arrmon at 10:30, the topic being The is especially true of horses. Bo far Great Ive of God." The children's as can be learned the only part of a program will be on the 2Gth. The pub- horse that have been susceptible to lic ta Invited to attend a real German the pricks of the grass are the Jaw Christmas meeting. There are no other and stomach. case on record where the grass has effected sheep other than the one outACCIDENTAL CEATH lined above. It la likely, however, that the dlscltisure will explain a Struck by a Switch Engirt in tha cause for the death of many of the U. P. Yarda. sheep roaming the range. In closing our Christmas trade this a year we wish to thank our many patrons and friends for their most liberal patronage, and wish them a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. O. D. Rasmussen, The New York Racket Store. JAPANESE IRON WORKS. mi. i ' New York, Dec. 34. Contracts are being placed In the United States for the equipment of huge steel works which tbe Japanese government la to operate under the name of th Imper-a- l Steel Works, on the laland of Mojl. The contract are behig handled through the New York office of three Japanese contracting firm. The Japanese plant will entail a coot of fully 110,1)00,000. The orders for equipment so for call for two bar mill, tube mill, blooming mill, rolling tallies, furnaces, crane and a general line of steel making equipment. Wo-bn- s. The Jnrr In the lnquext held over remains of John Pignou returned a verdict last night, g which wax declared that the deceased came to his (bath by being struck by a switch fugue In tbe Union Pacific yarda. Elcjr.e for tbe accident la not located. From the evidence introduce.) ft that Plgnon' death was the result of an unfortunate mishap for which no ona Is responsible. He topped directly in front of the engine as it waa running at a fair speed .Ml before any of the crew could worn him. he was beneath the wheels. Closing our Xmas business this yea- - we must not forget our t!: BOTH IECS 8B0KEU Hurled to the Ground, a Distance of Forty-FivFeat. e Dudley Stone, residing at 424 Thirtieth was the victim t f a moat riitr-inaccident yeaterdav noon while at work on the addition to the Vebr Stake academy. He wn hurled ! the ground a distance of forty-fiv- e lei and both log broken off between g friends and patrons. AT THE GRAND. At the Grand last night Buster Brown'' plsyed bis tricks In a musical comedy, minus tbe music and comedr. Buster himself was the mlnstay of the onmpanr. He wss ably aupported by Mattie Lockette. hia plavmate. and the two created the hulk of' fun and maintained interest In th production after Its other parts had ceased te be Interesting. A compared with the company that visited the theiler Ust sea-ao- a the present company docs not creditably stand the test. A voiceless chorus and time worn stunts rob the otherwise pleasant comedy of Its value. Tlge. Busters boon companion In mischief, was the recipient of hearty and deserved applause. HI droll facial expression and dog-llk- e antic were feature of the We wish one and all a Merry Xmas and a prosperous New Year. Wat son-Tan- ner Clothing Co.