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Ifonxnro THB Piiut) bat-gai- u;righr, Will sell or rwii Huiol, 23rd St. isu. make now veiy cheap-Uncoi- ru Deed for $22,500,000 is Recorded With Secretary of State for June 23. Mortgage for given by tbe Denver. Northeastern and Pacific railroad (the of cruelty to animals. Moffat roadt to Alvin Kreich aa trustee for the Mercantile Trust com Governor John Spark of Nevada la ARE AFFECTING AN ORGANIZA- pany of New York City, was filed with au Ogden Tlaitor. TION OF THE REAL ESTATE tbe Secretary of Slate of Utah today, ASSOCIATION. 'lilt mortgage Is given to secure 22.uuu Auditor C. J. McNitt of the Oreaon builds of $1 444 each, bearing four per Short IJne la in the city from Salt a cent, interest. Meeting Waa Wall Attended and Lake. Great Deal of Interest Manifested Will Incorporate in To F. J. Hewlett of Salt Lake la an OgWeeks. den vUitor. W. P. Burgess, a crark-ah- ot well-kno- of Rochester, X. Y la in tlie city. W. W. Clutf la up from Salt Lake. X. B. Parnell la In from the cut-of- f. The Maccabees mere out In force at ark last evening In aplte of the inclement weather. Many of tha members of Ogden Tent No. 24. and their wivea and aweetbearta took In the vandeville performance early In the evening, afterward going to tha pavilion where they tripped the light until midnight. The threatening cloud, did not keep the crowd away, for lmth theater and dance were well patronized. The aurceaa of the evening's entertainment waa due in a great measure to the efforts of the committee G. W. Halsey, P. A. Garner and N. J. Peterson, together wita the Utahns park management. I'tabna fan-taat- lc Man-a-he- REED HOTEL The Reed hotel register shows the following arrivals for the pant twenty-fohours: Kdgar Duel. City: W. W. Cleff. Salt Lake; ll. J. Whitlock. Chicago; N. B. Parnell Cutoff; F. J. Hewlett Salt Lake Henry Isaacs. New York; MImb M. E. Riley, Oakland; W. M. llagadom, San Francisco; J. It. Bryar, Denver; Baa Levy, San Francisco; E. A. 81 utter, Chicago; N. Btrauas. New York; H. C. Trucks, Chicago; L. Mitchell, New York; Walter K. liowmann. New York W. D. Rurgesa. Rochester; F. S. Alford. Denver; Mi cheat Doyle, Rochester; Wm. Elliott, Kail Lake;; E. Moore and wife, Chicago: Chaa. Jay. City J. M. Miller, Chicago; Geo. I. Conners, ur Cutoff. 0UT1KC OF RAILROAD EMPLOYES Five Hundred Persons at Hermitage During Afternoon and Evening. About live hundred persona attended the annual outing of the railroad employes at the Hermitage yesterday af- ternoon and last evening. The outing waa of the machinists, blacksmiths A program and boilermakers. of sports was arranged and carried out. D included a lug of war, foot races, jumping and various other aporta for ladies and children. The day's program closed with a dance In tha pavil ion. which waa attended by about a hundred couples. The following committee had charge of the arrangements: Chairman general rommitlee, Geo. W. Coe: treasurer. I. Ditlow; secretary Geo. D. Williamson; sports, Sullivan, Reeves and Coe; transportation, Kennedy Rath and Peery; program, Wil Ramson, Dryadale, Ditlow, Thorn borne and Sterena; damn. Thorn borne. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS PRIZES. IN Balt Lake, $22,500,440 GUPHILL WINS GRAND Tbe real estate men of the city held a meeting in the Weber club rooms, lor ilou, that was started the latter part of tion, as waa at tried the Utter part of last week upon the visit of a committee of tbe Salt ljtke Real Estate exchange. Only twelve active real estate men were in attendaace, but those who found it impossible to attend signified their accord with the movement and will Join tbe effort eventually. It la the intention of the organization to hold regular meetings once in every two weeks at which Ogdens real estate interests in general can be discussed and determined. latter on a system of real estate advertisements will lie started in an effort to Increase the aale and buying of real estate aud also to advertise throughout the country the real eetate possibilities of the city. Tbe first five named were elected as a hoard to draw up articles or incorporation by the next meeting, which will be held two weeks from yesterday. JTROPHY Thousand Shooting Enthusiast Watch Handicapped Champion Make Score of 86. Indianapolis, Ind., June 23. With a thousand enthusiasts crowded about the lines and in what waa probably tbe moat exciting finish ever witnessed in a grand American tournament, Richard L. Gupblll of Aitken, Minn., handi rapped at nineteen yards, won the grand American trophy, a silver tea service and $1,440 In rash in the third shoot-of- f of a tie with William Randall of Telluride, Colo., with 86 breaks. A brisk wind blowing across the course today effected a natural handicap. Late In the afternoon the contests became so strung out that It became evident that Guphlll and Randall werj tbe probable winners. Gupliill finished POPULAR OCOEN LADY first with a score of 85. Kaudall then WEDS SALT LAKES fared tbe traps, breaking ninetoen straight targets and tieing tha score. In the first shoot-of- f at twenty tar EMMA FER MISS MARRIAGE Of the result was a tie with nineteen .gets GUSON AND JOSEPH GORRINGE breaks each. In tbe third the acore IN SALT LAKE TEMPLE. stood Guphill, 19; Randall, 15. Immediately he waa lifted to the Bride's Sister Give Elaborate Recap shoulders of an excited crowd and carried off the field. tion to Happy Couple and Nearly a The score of 86 for the grand AmeriHundred Invited Guests. can handicap Is greater by two than The wedding of Joseph Qorringe a the previous record, which was made at well known Balt Lake harness-make- r Kansas Oily last year. and Emma Ferguson, a popular young of years RECONNAISSANCE IN FORCE. Ogden lady who for a number has been In the employ of Dr. Rich ft Rich, took place on Wednesday In Chicago, June 23. A special to the News from Che Fuo says: Reconnaisthe Salt Lake Temple. After the ceremony the bride and sance in force of the approaches to bridegroom came to Ogden and in the Port Arthur was made yesterday by a evening received ninety of their Japanese flotilla of three destroyers friemla at the home of the bride's sis- and four torpedo boats, which ran In ter. Mrs. Joe Harrop. 1475 Oak Street from the east about noun and cruised Mrs. Harrop'a pretty home was for the along the whole bluff, romiug out past occasion profusely decorated with Ijuuhleahan promontory. As tne flowhite Le France roses and honeysuc- tilla sleamsd along, it was heavily end kle. Tbe bride was becomingly gaged with tba fort, but apparently in a dainty Persian Lawn cos suffered no damage, although a signal Mecklan mast of one of tbe turiwdo boats wus with trimmed tume lace. A table, heavily laden and beau- knocked out of shape, as if struck by a tifully decorated waa not the. least shell. The operation was backed at attraction of the evening. Mrs. Harrop some distauce by two cruisers, one of proved herself an bb-a- l entertainer and which a piea red to be tbe Yakuina, made the evening a memorable one in while one auxiliary cruiser, an old Ban Francisco liner, the Yippon or a slstei-shlthe minds of all the guests. Numerous and lovely were the presacted aa sea scout In the rear. ents received by the happy couple. Hhortiy afterward heavy firing began on the landside, lasting intermittently Besides a number of valuable pieces and miscellaneous articles was until dusk. g check for $150. The brlilegnxmi Is building a home TIKMNG JAP VICTORIES TO ACin Salt Lake and the usual wedding COUNT. trip will be left out of the newla- - married couple's program in fav$- of a St. Petersburg, June 23. A leading first Russian military expert, reviewing the slay in Ogden until August the will homo be Balt Lake when the lessons of the battle of Vafangow, attributes the Japanese aucresa to superready to receive ita happy owners. ior artillery and prophecies that the INTERESTING JAME OF BALL issue of future battles will be favorable to the able which places the most guns In the field, a superiority of one-thiDeTeam Furniture Company Ogden being sufficient to assure victory, lie feats Browning Bros.' Nino by declared that General Stakelbrrg's mis. Score to J. sion was to teat the strength of tne forces, and that Ihe lessons Japanese baseThe Ogden Furniture company learned at Vafangow are not likely tu 111 ball team ia at the undisputed cham- be lost on General Kuroiaikin. pion team in the City Commercial League. Yesterday afternoon at Glen St. Petersburg, June 23. General wood Tark the Browning team went dls- of tidal latest uown to defeat in a closely fought Kurapalkln'a pnlrbH do not carry the military 4 3. to score a of contest, by further than the ail vices of The game was interesting from a situation l, Associated Press have already the spectator's point of view, because of it the save shows that Japanese the intense rivalry (of the opposing to be active north of Feng Wang teams. About one hundred and fifty Cheng. people were present. The movement in tbe direction Is inA special feature of the game was a three bagger by Urainwell of the terpreted as a threat to detain as many as possible In the muilierii Ogden Furniture Company. With two Russians men on bases. Bramwell hit the part of the Liao Tung peninsula aud a. for the Japanese flank sphere hard on the nose and landed a protection lu case the it safe out in the tall grass allowing against a counter movement opposing armies should become seriboth men to come in. ously engaged in the vicinity of Hal Following is the line-up- : Cheng. Ogden Film. Co Browning Bros. Co, The charge of barbarous treatment c Farrell Williams made against Lite Petzold p Taylor of Russian wounded, hi .... S. Browning Japanese by some Russian correaimii-dent- s Gerhard at the Iwtile of Vafangow does 2b Lameremix Ensign 3b.. . .V. Browning not find general credence. Neither the 1oulter forelgu ofiiep, the war oflire nor any lira m well , s.s L. Browning of the foreign embassies, the attaches of r. f Bingham have signed the ,,,,,.. l.f. .... May which are alleged to McKay , have received c. f. Gray incriminating statement, Stephens any vnnflnnaiion of Lie seciisailoti and no action is contemplated liy Hie govFulowing Is the score bv innings: ernment until the charge lias been 12 3 4 5 Doubts as to the I nit li substantiated. o 1 3 4 4 Furniture Ogden of the charge are increased by report f 1 1 0 1 0 3 Bros Browning of kindness and consideration shown by the Japanese In many instances wouuded Russians. RAILROAD NOTES. p, cut-glas- s rd Nearly 110,000 In prizes glvan frea to holders of tickets to Saltair Real Estate Day, June 29th. You do not have to attend to participate in drawinga, each ticket sold Is one chance. Price $.25 cents each. Excursion to Salt Lake City over O. S. L. ft R. G. W. R'y., that day. Round trip $1.04. Tickets now on sale at all Drug Stores. Get them quick . ATTENTION ELKS AND OTHERS. The National convention of the B. P. in Clncinuati O. Elks will be held ludi-ratei- during July. The official Utah Elka train will leave July 14th. The public la invited to Join the excursion, hut all naniea must lie handed to T. ('. Foley or W. C. Crandall, Secretary at the Elka Club Rooms at 2416 Wash. Ave before Tuesday evening, June 2m h. The fare to Cincinnati will be $48.75 aud to St. 1rais $43.56. A Pullman car will cost $4.1.40 per day and a Tourist Sleeper $25.00 per day. The cost of the kind of sleeper chosen will lie pro rata among the occupants of the car, so (lie mure Ju the car tha cheaper. The Sleepers will be so that they cau lie used either at St. Louie or Cincinnati, thus saving hotel Mils. One sleeper will remain at St. 1 in is to accommodate those desiring to remain there all the time, while the others will go to Cincinnati during the convention. The route will be U. ft R. G. to Denver. Missouri Pacific and Wabash to St. Louis and Cincinnati. This is the cheapest excursion during the Fair and lasts 15 days. See T. C. Foley or W. ('. Crandall A new baby crane has been installed at once and decide on kind of sleeper in the inarhine shop building recentwanted. This crane will lie used V. C. CRANDALL, ly erected. Kec'v. to lift heavy machinery in a position on the machines no that it can be reNOTICE TO THE PUBLIC paired. The management of the Elite CleanNew .York. June 22. -- Edwin Hawing works wish to give notice to the public that a number of parties have ley of this city has retired from the executive committee and directorate of been soliciting business and representing they were getting work for us. the Southern Pacific Kailrad comMrs. Harlam of the Salvation Army Is pany. He has long been a prominent the only solicitor sent out by us. Ail facior in the property, and his retirement. says the Herald, will cause our work is guaranteed. Mrs. Husson is tun authorized to so- great surprise In railroad circles. It licit any business for us under anv is supposed his resignation was handed In two weeks ago. although persons coinlitions. Respect fitllv. in a posit iou to know absolutely reELITE CLEANING WORKS. fuse to dismiss the matter or to make SOUTHERN STATES MISSIONARY public Hawley's reasons. Difference of opinion with the lUrriman Interests SOCIETY. SALTA I R, JUNE 24lh. over the management of the Alton Special train via Oregon Short Line lailmnd is. however, thought to have leaves Ogden 14:40 a. m. Returning been the cause. Mr. Hawley began his leaves Salt Uke 10:30 p. m. Fare 1.25 railroad career In 1847. and for years Ogden to Saltair and return. was one of the late Uollis P. Hunting-ton'trusted agents in ihe developCUMMINGS COMMISSION CC. ment or the Southern Pacific. He was BROKERS. best known as general traffic manager, Continuous quotations on New York although his sphere of influence exFtneks and Chicago Grain. We buy tended to all departments. He Is credand sell stocks and grain on margin ited with having negotiated the Hle of or for cash. Our private rooms en- the Huntington interests to the Union able our customers to come in and Pacific. transact business with tbe utmost I .aura M. Melghaa Cuss. Meiffhan. secrecy. COMPANY. Write for oar Book of Information ' THE MEIGHAN C.Synem of Simulation), free upon 662-Y- . 2182 Ave. j 34C8 Wash. Telephone Washington. application. 2 . side-tracke- d .,... s 18 OFFERED SECRETARYSHIP OF NAVY. MORTON A Washington, June 23. Paul Morion ol Chicago, who was offered the position of Secretary of the Navy by President Roosevelt to succeed Secretary Moody, was in conference with tbe president for a long time on the subject at the White House tonight. He remained until nearly 11 o'clock when he left the White House for the station, saying he wasgolng to New Mr. Morton declined to say York. whether or not he would accept the office. Indeed, he declined to make any statement on, the subject whatever, but referred" his questioners to the President for information. At the executive offices also no statement was forthcoming as to what conclusions had been reached. Senator and Chicago Man Are Said to Have Illegally Cut Timber and Caused Loss to Widow. Utah MEET IS DEFENDANT IN FRAUD SUIT IS FILED DEALERS l A young rain from Huntsville arrested in Ogden canyon last night by Deputy Sheriff Sebrlng, upon the charge PLATT MOFFAT MORTGAGE REALTY Chicago, June 23. United Siaies Senator Thomas C. riati of New York, end J. Plait Underwood of Chicago, were made defendants In a $3.4u0.4U0 damage suit filed hi re today by James liouovan, a Chicago attorney, who is the surviving member of the Lumber firm of Donovan siul Company, a corporation doing business in Wisconsin aud Michigan. Donovan asserts that Piatt and Underwood, who ara officials o ft he. Tioga. Manufacturing, company cut $::.444.0iMi worth of timber off Ikmorau'a land in Wisconsin and Michigan when they had no title to the land.' Donovan's partner. Baker, whose heirs are complainants in the suit, died in New York about ten years ago. ft was three or four yeara after Bakers death that the alleged fraud by whlch Maker's widow and children are declared to have suffered was discovered. When seen tonight Mr. Underwood declared that Donovan's talk of illegal cuttiug of timber off hi land by the Tioga company was nonsense. "I admit that Baker, who was a partner of Donovan, had a tract of land in Wisconsin adjoining one controlled by the Tioga company, but that land waa never invaded by our company." The summonses served on Senator Piatt aud Mr. Underwood rail for tbcfr appearance to answer suit during the July term of court, which begins July A LOAN FROM MEXICO. . TWENTY YEARS AFTER Innocent Man Pleaded Guilty to Crime Whose Perpetrator Now Confesses. Helena. Mont., June 23. Governor Toole today pardoned William Walton, convicted twenty years ago of the murder of John Edward, near Deer Lodge, and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. Tbe pffrdon is the result of the confession of Willism Miles, made at Kansas City, June 13. when he admitted The latter having killed Edwards. waa a brakeman on a train conveying Cole's circus ihrongh this slate, and the murder was commtHeed while Miles was stealing a ride on tha train. A few months after the murder, Walton was arrested in Minneapolis, where he admitted the crime. Since then hs has shown slgna of insanity, and It la now believed that he was insane when he ntaile the confession. Walton is an old man. and as he still seems to be mentally irresponsible, he may be couflneil to the asylum for Jlie insane. No steps have hern taken to bring Miles to Montana for triaL City, June 23. William confessed that he killed John Edwards in Montana nearly twenty years ago, has been released by the Kansas City polios and has He says that the homicide waa justifiable anil that be would be acquitted on trial. Ha will make no further effort to lie tried, however. who disap-Itcare- d. RACES New York, June 23. Sheepliead bay summary: Five furlongs: First rai-Volady won; Hot Shot, second; Phoebus, third. Time, 1:08. Second Selling, mile and a furlong: Reviell won; Boliadil, second; Agnes D.. third. Time. 1:55. Third The Ruckaway Cup: steeplemiles: chase. about two and one-haWhite Creel won; Bonfire, second; Tom Regan, third. Time, 5:14 Fourth The Sheephesd Bay handicap. miin: (ftaipliu won; Kavable, second: Ingiihl. third. Time, 1:38 Win Fifth Selling, six furlongs: chester won; Little Buttercup, semnd; Fleur de Marie, third. Time, 1:14. Sixth Handicap, six and a half furlongs: Sweet Alice won; Montreaen, second; John F., third. Time, 1:19 e lf 2-- 5. 5. 5. St. IjoiiIs. June 23. Fair grounds summary: First race Five furlongs: Iine Wolfe won; Captain Maro, second; Wiliowdene. third. Time. 1:04. Second Mile and twenty yards, selling: ljoly Fonse won: Missile, sec ond: Overhand, third. Time, 1:47 Third Four and a half furlongs, purse: Colonel White won; Anmsko-da- y. Time, second; Oceaner, third. :54 4. Fourth Mile and seventy yards, selling: Elle won: Thane, second; Irish Jewel, third. Time. 1:46 Fifth Six furlongs, purse: Follies Bprgcres won; Mafalda. second; Bonnie Mary, third. Time. 1:16 Sixth Mile and tweniy yards, spiling: Caithness won: Wisendenc, second: Eleven Bells, third. Time, 1:46. 4. 4. a. in. Petersburg, June 24. stated that the Ice breaker Krmak (designed by tbe late Makaroff). is preparing to start for (he Far Ham. Grand Duke Cyril, cousin of the emperor and Captain Jakoveleff. who commanded the battleship Peiropavlnvek. which was sunk off Port Arthur, have been presented with gold sword in recognition of their bravery and services at Pori Arthur. The Russ, commenting on I,ord Kitchener' scheme for army reorganization In India, says that it i primarily dirts ted to make the anny effective in Northern India, and Russia must not lost sight of what D happening on the far off side of the Hindu Kush mountains. Ht. Im Vice-Admir- al Tien Tain. June 24. - New entrenchments are hewn thrown up east of the Liao river. The Chinese have been expelled from their houses, which are to be used b Ihe Russian troops. A new proclamation ha been Issued forbidding the export of foodstuffs north of Xewcltwang. It is reported that large bodies of troop are eight miics from under tlie command of tionrr-s- l It Ir supposed that Kumpaiklii. they tire marching toward Kuiclia.t. New-chwau- g Washington. June 22. The ship Missouri haa arrived si Gibral- tar and will join Admiral Faikcr's squadron at J'iraues. T KENNEDY DAIRY LUNCH AND BAKERY. Individual lunches and lee cream served from 6:30 a. m. to 13:30 p. m. 454 Washington avenue. jz? ALL THIS WEEK DE KOTA The World's Greatest Magician. CROSS ft HOLDEN Refined. Comedy Sketch Artists WONDERFUL BUSCH America's Must Artistic Gymnast DEVOY ft' PERI Premier Buck ft Wing Dancers. THE GIRL FROM KENTUCKY In Refined Songs and Dances. NEW ILLUSTRATED SONG AND MOVING PICTURES. Performance at 1:30. Dancing at 9:80. Cara every ten minutes. UTAHNA PARK & STRICTLY A TEMPERANCE RESORT. Entrance on 25th street, Opposite Reed Hotel. The Week of ,, ., June 20th THREE CAMPBELLS JEAN WILSON RUSSELL ft DUNBAR ILLUSTRATED SONG SMITH ft CHESTER GILES HARRINGTON ,, THE BUCKEYE TRIO., ,, E. R. GOURLEY8 UTAHNA-0-8COP- . ,,Juggling on the Presenting My Hannah Gras Ballad JM WiJL Operatic Duo ,, ,, ,, ..Blackface Monologuist Comedy Acrobats end Contortionists E Moving Picture PRICE OF ADMISSION. Children under 13 years. . . , q quali-Jk-atin- Kansas Miles, Al-de- MM colored delegates and he told of the colored man's services to the Republican party. The roll was railed and the unanimous vote of the delegates recorded for Mr. Roosevelt without Incident until the name of New Jersey waa reached. New Jersey asked unanimous consent that the roll be dispensed with and that the secretary of the convention be instructed to cast the entire vote for Mr. Roosevelt. The objection waa general and every state accepted the of casting its entire vote for Ihe president. Pandemonium broke loose again when the Speaker, announced that there were 994 votes and 994 had been cast for Roosevelt A great picture of tbe president waa carried about through the hall. It was followed by a banner carried by the Oregon delegation bearing the words: First gun. Oregon 23,844. Forty per cent Republican gain. Alabama again yielded Us place at the head of tha list when the roll call was started for nomination for The rank wee thin time given to Iowa and Senator Dolliver, taking the platform, named Senator Fairbanks. The speech was an eloquent endorsement of the randldate'e and was received with tremendous applause. Seconding speeches were made by Senator Depew, Senator Foraker, Governor Peunypacker of Senator Pennsylvania, and former Carter of Montana. All were applauded to the echo, and the great popular demonstration which greeted the unanimous nomination by the convention wag a tribute to the Indiana statesman whose name was thus Joined with Roosevelt. When Illinois, Nebraska, Missouri aud Colorado were called announcement was made that the candidacies of favorite sons had been withdrawn. The entire vote, therefore, went for Senator Fairbanks. The usual resolutions of thanks to officers of the convention and to committees on arrangements were adopted and the great body was adjourned. Speaker Cannon came In for one of the resolutions and hs blushed like a schoolboy as the word bouquet" was given him. He made eleven speeches during the dsy, esch a few crisp original sentences, introducing the eleven orators. His audience never tired of watching nor of hearing him. He was a enure to the preceding. His jerky walk to and from the peninsula of the platform that projected Into the audi- He kept, a ence amused every ono. tight hold on the right hand of each speaker with his right hand and swung Ihe gavel in his left. The wide sweep of Ihe heavy mallet rather terrified memltf rs of the press who were within range, for some times their heads escaped by not more than an inch. When Speaker Cannon spoke his whole Indy shook, his left arm made full circles, both legs vibrated and even his toes could lie seen working up and down In his shoes. His control of the convention was complete. aelectlon of Mr. Fairbanks, tha paper says, as a running mate of Roosevelt who preferred another, may be not as a revolt against Ruolc-vel- t, but as a hint from the delegates Bom the state of New York, that tba president is nut - Vice-Preside- 18th. PARDONED finger; Mississippi, L. Moseley; Missouri, L. R. Pierce; Montana, Lee Mantle; Nebraska. J. B. Wattles; Nevada, E. B. Farrington; Naw Hampshire, R. W. Pillsbury; New Jersey, L D. Ward; New York, Channrey M. North Carolina, E. C. Duncan; North fiakuta. V. U. Nolhle; Ohio, George Waldorf; Oregon. 8. G. Kline: Rhode Island, if. Martin Brown; South Carolina. A. D. Webster; 8outh Dakota, C. A. Andrews; Tennessee. T. A. lam-aster- : Texas, Sloan Simpson; Utah, Willard F. Snyder; Vermont, James Hinker; Virginia. 8. Brown Washington, J. C. Lewis; West Virginia. J. L. Caldwell; Wisconsin, Ogden S. Feathers; Wyoming, C. D. Clark; Arizonia. O. S. Brodie; District of Columbia, Robert Reyburn; Indian Territory, George W. liigham; New Mexico, N. A. Otero; Oklahoma, William Fassett; Porto Rico, Robert H. Todd; Hawaii, G. A. Knttdson. Tbe chairman of the committee to notify Charles W. Fairbanks of his nomination as will' be the temporary chairman of the convention, Klihu Root, of New York. The formal notification will be given probably at Indianapolis, August 8rd. El Paso, Texas, June 23. K. Towasa, special missionary from Japan to Mexico. arrived here today and says that he succeeded in negotiating a loan for war punioaea while in the republic. Much of the money, consisting of silver dollars, already has been shipped to the ENGLISH OPINION ON VICE PRESIOrient. DENTIAL NOMINATION. Washington, Jnne 28. Statement of London, June 24 Few of the mornthe treasury balance shows: Available ing papers comment on the nomination cash balance, $163,633,517; gold, of Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Fairbanks at Chicago, although all of them print king accounts of the proceedings. The CONVENTION INDUS IK editorials treat the result aa a foregone conclusion. The Morning Post says OF CUMOH that if Senator Fairbanks adds little to the strength of the party ticket he cannot be sail to detract from It The (Continued from Page 1.) low-- aid It JUNE 24, 1904, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY MORNING, EXAMINES, i COMMITTEE WHO WILL NOTIFY ROOSEVELT OF NOMINATION. Chicago, June 23. Following the membership of the committee appointed by the 'convention to notify President" Roosevelt of his nomination by Ihe convention. This will be done at Oyster Bay. July 27th : AlaSpeaker Cannon, chairman; bama. II. L. Remmet: California, George C. Pardee; Colorado, C. F. Caswell; Connecticut, Charles S. Mellen; Itelaware. Francis E. Bradley; Florida. J. N- - Coombes; Georgia. Harry S. Edwards; Idaho. Weldon B. Hey-burIllinois. Isaac Elwood; Indiana, W. R. Mr Keen; Iowa, George Curtis; Kansas. W. F. T. Donald: Kentucky, C F. Weaver; Louiidaua. Emil Kanlz; Maine. Ernest M. Gondall; Maryland, Felix Angus; Massachusetts. Charles G. Washburn; Michigan. Charles E. Sweet; Minnesota. Walter E. Heffel- - Chicago Dental want the people of Ogden City and Weber county to know that tney appreciate the great run of patronage which they .have enjoyed sines opening their office to the public. It certainly Is gratifying to usto feel that onr honesty and integrity has become established so thoroughly In so short a time, with the people. We wish to impress upon the public mind, most of all, that we do exactly as we say we will. Our offer of the Beet Set of Teeth" on rubber at $8.00 having met with such marked success that we shall continue putting them In at that figure, supplying all alike at eight dollars per set, and absolutely guaranteed to be high grade In every respect. We make a special 30 day offer of Gold Crowns with solid Ups at $5.00 each, and bridge work at$5.00 per tooth. CALL EXAMINE OUR WORK GET OUR PRICES BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE REMEMBER OUR PERCE IS AT 347 24th Street - OGDEN - - - UTAH AN ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENT OP FLOWERS. Can be had, when you use one of. our s beautiful, sparkling Vases. We carry shapes and sixes to accommodate any bouquet, from the mot delicate "to the largest Used in any manner, flowers beautify a room, but what charm and grace is lent with an elegant vase of always radiant and gleaming with all the colors of the rainbow. Numerous designs and shapes await your discrimination here. Cut-Glas- Cut-Glas- J. S. LEWIS &CO. Jewelers and Opticians. '