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Till; MOKNINI EXAMINER RUSH OF rciioned that llunard Mac-vtaa vmvlW la the Southern IV while engaged at work shopa. rift machine got Thursday at one of the aou way. in the cog hand caught ii, crushing several of the finger. o BUSINESS e curn-Mu- as he had introduced and t alimony waa begun for the defendant, beM. L. Jones and Uro. McCormick, ing exsmineJ. Word cornea from Wellesley, Maas., that an Ogden girl scored a hit Thura-d- y in one of the leading roles of the taaiial junior play given by Wellesley students in public before tlie college delegates to the students' conference. 0, of Ogden, played Miss Ray Tyler, ihe part of Harry Reynolds in "A Bachelor Romance, a love comedy. Reynolds la a young writer in love with Sylvia and winner of a $10,400 Miss Tyler also won much prize. praise for her portrayal of the lover. The first rehearsal of the oratorio The First Christmas," by C. Whitney Coombs, one of America's writers of, oratorical works, was first held rharsday night in the Tabernacle. The rhnir waa out la force, almost the enure membership being present. The oratorio Is a work of great merit a and makes great demands upon the chorus and aolotata. Prof. saya that, the work will be pushed with all possible energy and hopes to have it ready for preaenta-tio- a within three months. Mra. Imells Ferrin Sharp will sing the soprano role, but the other soloists have not is yet been decided upon. It is a matter of congratulation that we have a choral body with aufflelont enterprise to give to the Ogden public choral works and choruses of such magnitmax-a- lly ude. cases today than occur usually ut a week a lime. R. C. Walch will Uraid ai the Hotel de Bnydcr fur Hu- - next sixty date for t'hiua-man- . to taking watches The defendant is a morphine of the worst type and it was probably to get ihi drug that he loo the watrht.a. He claim that tlie Chinaman owed him some money an 1 that he made the Celestial give him the watches as aecuriiy. lie made a plea to the judge to be sent to some he could be place of detention cured of the awiul morphine babit which had fastened itself upon him. A slave to it fur rears he bad been confined in hospitals, soldiers' humea and even the insane asylum in the hope of curing him. Now he will bo deprived of the drug lor the next sixty days at least. I. K. Delaney was also arraigned on ihe charge of pelii larceny. He was caught with a pair of high top shoes in hi possession unwas and able to tell where he had gotten the same. For the next sixty days he will engage in the recreation of making big rocks lulu little ones. Ben Pickering was arraigned on the charge of mendicancy to which he pleaded not guilty, as la this case the judge hapiieued to be one of those who had been approached by the prisoner his denial waa of no avail. He will board at the city's expense for a few days. Joe Wilson and W. J. Stevenson, arraigned on the charge of vagrancy, were unable to give a satisfactory account of themselves ami will be Jailer Crltchlows guests for the next thirty days. The rase of W. It. UourJav, which was to have been heard today waa postponed until Saturday morning at 10 o'clork on account of Attorney Pratt's inability to be present to defend Mr. Guurlay, as he bad a case In the district court. George Kaikas failed to appear on the charge of conducting an employment agency business without a license and forfeited $25.04. Fred a laborer from the cut-ofgot too much Ogden whiaaey aboard and fell Into the dutches of the law. He promised to go right out to work and upon this understanding he waa allowed to go. fii-n- In-r- Are AT THE CORNER OF AND ADAMS THURSDAY EVENING. Thisraa Only Secured a Small Booty Un- - are at thdr old tricks again. Thin time their victim was Joseph A. Wright, but when they held him up they played In hard luck, e all the booty secured waa a unall sample copper horse shoe of a Mad newly invented and for which a patent has been applied for. The scene of the hold-uwas on the nier of 24th street and Adams eve-u- e Thursday evening. When. I wo masked men approached Mr. Wright sad shored an ugly looking revolver dangerously near his face with the demand to bold np hia hands he was Pf long in obeying the command, Jut as Inc would have It he didn't Pave much of value about him. All lue'blghwaymen got for their trouble J the horse shoe above described. described as being rather "Ml In stature and both wearing overcoats. Hoid-up- e cation. Superintendent Allison lus already called two meetinga which, bow ever, on account of not having been advertised, were not attended by siiflh-leiiil- enough niembera to justify the opening of tbe das. Another meeting ia now scheduled fur next Monday, Dec. 12th, at 7:80 p. m. sharp, aud it la expected at this time that there will be a large attendance and that the effort! of the local educators will not be In vain. These teacher who have offered Iheir services free for Ihe educat inn of tbe young people have exhibited a moat commendable spirit of patriotism In the to matter. All that la needed now make them sat ixfled with their own efforts is a good enrollment in ths might class. OGDEN Thp Police department eye n all auspicious ne town with an is keeping an characters in idea of locating the Co. is the firm concern engaged in the manu- ARE pAGEV, BOUND OVER OF ON CHARGE GRAND LARCENY, n WARRANTY DEEDS The following real eslatc transfers have boen filed with the county recorder: David Eocles and wife to Joseph E. and nw of nw Hodson, w sectien 24, township G north, of aw range 3 west, $l,G0l. Kasper Bachman and wife lo Emma J. Legman, part of lot 1, block 8, plat 1-- 4 1-- 1 4 FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBIT TO BE GIVEN IN THIS CITY BOON. Over 500 Birds Will bs Shewn and Then Taken to 8alt Lake. The fifth annual exhibition of Ihe Ogden Poultry and Pet Stock association will be held In thia city January Ths exact place has not been decided upon but will be later. One of the of the association when visited by a representative of thia paper, expensed himself with regard io the inlercst being manifested, in the following manner: "The pres ent outlook for the show to be given soon is very encouraging, aa everything Indicates that the fair vill be the largest yet held, and tbe keenest in competition. As far a wn can now tell there will be at least 500 birds on exhibition, must of them owned by OgHeii breeders. No pains will be spared to make the name we now have more widely known than qvr, that of being the center of faney breeding of this intermouniain region. At tbe last meeting of the aasoeia-lion- , held Nov. 23rd. W. W. Browning, president of ths sssociatiwii, was engaged lo act aa Judge in awarding prises a llat of wbich will be given aa soon aa decided upon. At the close of the exhibition a banquet w ill be tendered to members of the association. 4. 5. 6, 7. 1905. s Lar-ccn- Benda. Two important srrafgnmenla wars the Municipal court yesterday fore Judge Howell, otia upon the ,n5on and the other upon the or grand larceny. . ?e complaint of Charles Stout, riat Jansen was arraigned npnn of arson. It was alleged in 'tonplaiat that on the 28th day of v,.cib,r he set fire to a certain frame Jding belonging to the complaining The examination 'the i see waspreliminary net. for Wednealay. lttb' 1904, anJ h(s bMldl flwd at IkB s1 Jusepij Pngry waived preliminary on the rharga of grand frrT,.v nd waa liound over to the die-i- n the sum of $509 bomls. ljr is the deserter from the army tnle a home and buggy from Nel-J- h aad FVll'a liver. stable ou the Ird 'hn month. He waa at "MMon with the outfitapprehended camion urtn. J1' J". Huntsville surrey, CONCEAL N'u Christianson, Charged With is Placed Under Similar he rail his c OUT ARE PRACTICALLY OF THE MARKET. n. $200. .lacha-- j. Egbert Because lnB to P a given Statesman THE EFFERVESCENCE. The best thing the Democratic leaders ran possibly do is to keep still. A bottle of wine will never have a bead on it if we continually open it to examine the effervescence. Absolute silence for the next year or two on the part f Messrs. Parker. Teller, Bryan, Hill. Taggart. Belmont, Morrison. Tillman. and all ths rest would lie a blessed boon to the party that has Just been defeated. Let the people iie quietly heard from, after haring been noisily heard from. Cicero says that the wisdom f the ualtarned is preferable to The first the folly of the loquacious. who Talk injury suffered by those never hear too much is that they talk other people's voices. not.Too much only to penof the bps tendeth IVoio Demoury. but to ignorance. crat. THE MEMBERS OF AOLAIA ARE WORKING HARD ON THE ARRANGEMENTS. and Concart te bt Given Presbyterian Church Osc. 13th. Reception at The Aglaia members are working hard upon ihe arrangements fu- - Ihe Merrymakers' social to be given !n sup port of thn Free Travelling Libraries. Upon the members of the 'tsb Federation ot Women's club mis the burura of selecting, purchasing, transporting, renewing, increasing anJ maintaining generally these free traveling libraries. The services of the committee actively engaged are gratuitous, the work I of a beneficent and publir nature from which public benefit may reasonably be expected. Ths ease which Aglaia is striving to fill still lacks shout thirty volumes. The club has decided to give the Ogden public an opportunity to help and will do eo by extending a beany invitation to everyWILL DISPATCH THIRP s' recepbody fo attend a tion and concert, for the benefit of the euna-nondeThe free traveling lihrsry. at the PresbySL Petersburg. Dec. ban terian church Tuesday, Dec. 13, gt'l is snlhorizcd io say Russia Black Sea p. m. no intention of sending the Rojeatven-aky'a Admiral reinforce to flee.t Kni-ia-a "Does the baby have a nurse?" "Oh ia however, roa. It squad care of him when to dispatch a third squad- yes." But who takes n as ft cn his mother Is away T" Harpers Bazar. ron IronTtbe Baltic ss Merry-maker- S.-- Holiday Nearness Has Not an of Appreciable Effect on Majority Prices, Beef loin, 11 cents per pound. Beef ribs, sets 9c per pound. cento. Rib roast, 12 cents. Veal brenda, 13 Sirloin steak, 15 cents. and porterhouse steak, 17 cents. cents. Round steak, 12 Chuck steak, 10 cents. Rib boiling beef, 7 cents. Buef shoulder clods, 10 cents. Rump roasts, 14 to 12 2 cents. Loin and rib pork chops, 15c cento Whole pork loins, 11 cents a pound. Veal necks, 10 cento. Sliced him, 20 cents. Boiled bant, 30 cento. Eastern bam, 15c to 17 2 cents. Breakfast bacon, 17 and 20c. cento. Sausage, 12 Dry salt bacon, IB cents. cents a poual Pickled pork, 12 Home cured breakfast bacon, 15c. cents. Chopped suet, 12 Pork sausage, 12 2 cents. ' Hamburger, 12 2 gents. Tbe price in each lastanca is by tba pound. Timothy bay, loose sells fnr $12.00 per ton. Ttmotby baled, 65c a hundred. Alfalfa haled, 65c a hand red. Alfalfa hay. loose, $8.00 per ton. Wheat. $1.70 per hundred. Oats, $1.40. Whole corn, $1.45. , Cracked corn, $1.50. Cracked barley, $1.35, Barley, $1.80, Rye, $1.60 per hundred. Rrsn end shorts. $1.20 per hundred khorts alone, $1.30 per hundred. 2 2 The great scarcity of egg is causas to ing considerable speculation what the price will eventually be If the supply is nut increased. At present ranch egg are quoted at 35 cents per duxen while eastern eggs are selling for 30 cent per dozen. Grocers sar that although they are offering 32 cents for frexh ranch egga they are unable to get them in any quantity-If the price continues to gu up. by Christmas time the price may he as high as that at wbich eggs used to sell during the time of the stay of Johnsons army in Utah five cents each, or i) rent a dozen. Ducks are practically out of umrket. While the law is not up until the 15th of the month mosi of the ducks have gono southward and ihe result Is that none ia coming into market. Following are the market's ruling prices: California atrawberrlcs, 25c per cup. Cranberries. 15c per quart. Hubbard squtt.li, 10c and 15c each. Pine apples, 30c lo 35c each. Sweet Potatoes. 6 pounds for 25c. Celery. 5c a bunch. Utah pears. 2e a pound. Utah apples, 3c a pound or 75e to $1.25 per bushel. New Utah cabbage Is in market and cents a pound. is quoted at 2 Utah potatoes are In market and are quoted at 20 pounds for 25o. Beet sugar Is now $4.65 per sack, 13 lbs. for 1.00. Cane sugar, $6.75. Hooper cheese sells for 17 2 cents a pound. Swiss cheese, 25c and 30c. Eastern cheese, 20 cento. Ranch eggs 35 cents a dozea. Ban Antonio, Texas, Dec. 9. Ths Eastern eggs, 30 cents. 25c to 35c per dozen. National Railroad of Mexico la conHigh patent flour sells for $2 05 per junction with the International and hundredweight; straight grade for Great Northern, Texas and Pacjtte and "coal oil sell for 25c a gallon. Iron Mountain Route will, on JanRanch butter, 25e. uary 8, 1905, put In service two Creamery butter. 80 cents. reaking trains between Mexico Oranges from ?5 to 60 cents a dos City and St. Luuia, reducing the runen. ning time fifteen hours for one train Bananas, 30c a dozen. and twenty hours for another. Both 70c per quart Oysters. trains wjll handle mails, snd letters are chickens soiling Eastern spring Mexico City from New York will reach 17 c a for 28 pound. Hens, and juat twenty biiura earlier Chicago lb. Utah spring chicken, 25c a than heretofore. In every respect tbe Teal due Vs. 2Ei per pair. new trains will be first cIbhh with tbe Mallard ducks, 25c each. Halibut. 15c; flounders, soles and finest equipment, including dining car smelts soil for 13 2 cents a pound; service. Vice Preuidmii and General cents; salmon 17 t Manager Trice of tbe International ft striped Lass. 17 20c and Great Northern road, has Just returned salmon cents. Cock-isilefrom Mexico aty.where. In conference 25c per !?-- . with President Brown and other offi lb. Finnan Haddle 171-2- c 1-- 2 1-- . 1-- 1-- 3 2 1 1-- 2 1-- . 1-- B. $1,100. Terrible plagues, those itching, betReta M. llyndman to Lam on i Grix, tering diseases of the skin. Put an 6 1A, sw section township part end to misery. Doan's Ointment cures north, range 1 west, $800. At all drug stores. M. L. to wife James L. Ford and townsection 25, Moore, part sw SOCIAL FOR FREE ship 6 north, range 2 west, $.VK. Morgan Powell of Huntsville to TRAVELLING LIBRARIES Thurston, lot 4. block 14, plat A of MUST FUR NISH $500 SECURITY. does ,i1tWI,y ,4 Proceaalour Crabs 25e and 30c. Lobsters 15e par pound. a pound. laird retails for 12 Pickled pigs feel,' three pounds for 25 cents. Pickled lambs tongue. 40 cents a doz-3- 1-- 3 facture of carbonated drinks, at 21.Vi Madison avenue, the old aland nr the Utah Candy Co. The company has not been in existence very lung, having been organised only last September, although last spring the Standard Bottling Works, of which this is the outgrowth. waa established. Since the organization of the company many improvements have bm-made, not only in thn way of machinery but In the grade of articles pluced on Hie market. The daily capacity of the AM plant haa been increased notn 41 barrels of six doxen quai ls, i 125 barn-la. They manufacture a ginger ale in the the like of which is not nm-lUnited Ststcs. The formula is their own. in Portland, They have an agem-Oregon, and expect by the first of the rear to hare one opened in Butte. anl before the season is over to have agencies in many principal I os ns and cities of the west. 4 MISSUS Place in the city, DUCKS SHOW Prices are Lower than any COME AND 5EE. Wo will Guarantee that Our SCARCITY OF ECCS MAY SHOOT UP PRICES POULTRY p hold-sp- please the little ones, middle aged, and older folks. ty Ihe Standard Buttling A MAN Suspicioua Characters der Surveillance. Toys and Holiday Goods is now complete, and we have everything to s Reaching Out With Product to Other Territory. titldof a WORK All of e AGAIN AT 24TH Our stock i CCMPAMY IMPROVEMENTS ROB Grand Toy Opening Saturday and Monday The next upward movement in educational envies is ihe institution of a night dhoI In the bxsenirut of the High school bulldiug for pupils aged not less than 12 year aud not now attending the day schools. The movement lia ai it back some of the prominent educator of the city who have most generously donated their services free, as the available fund of the Hoard of Education will not admit of auy additional expense., but ths members of the board have offered ihe hum of all books and supplies to the pupils free of charge. Reading, writing, gixiitrapliv. arithmetic and history will be the subjects taught. Sw-la comse of study will be given as will piciiure the pupil for the struggle .f life in be given as will prepsre the pupil for wbich an education plats ainb an important part. The necessity for the institution of such a school ha boen for torn. time past by those interested In the advancement of the young and rising generation. There are many young boys and gills who are unable to atwho would be pleased tend beyond expression to bavs tbe opiKir-tuuiof acquiring a common school education at least. la some of the larger cities of the country the attendance at the night school is almost a large a that of the day aclmola. Boys and girla who work hiird during the day to support themselves are continually coming in contact with bright people who have acquired sucres by riwson of haring an education that fitted them for tbelr chosen wovk. an.l are thus inspired with a desire for a better edu- STANDARD DOTTLINC HOLDUPS a. i R70ST FOR YOUR fflONEY Opportunity for Youngsters Who Cannot Attend Day School to Get an Education. su jury trial has been granted in the y of Joseph Brhlltz Brewing vs. Miles L. Junes, doing buaineas iTthv M. L. Jones Coal and lee company. The suit In which the plaintiff company asks for judgment to the amount of 1347.81 and interest and iiiMs against the defendant said to be yeaterdsy jus May 1$, 101, was begun afternoon when a jury waa empaneled. The plaintiff rested today on such --5- 1901. CO. OF YOUNG MADE BY LOCAL EDUCATORS. nt A 1, EFFORTS IN BEHALF to4 rse """ Stnnrt SCHOOL r the west. SATITKDAY MOKXING, DECEMIJEU NIGHT KJwanl Pilcher of Ogden filed a petioffice of the tion in bankruptcy In the at Salt WATCH dark of the United Urate courtdebt THIEF IS SENTENCED TO of Lake Thursday. He scheduled SIXTY DAYS ON ROCK PILE. and which Is secured ftiSS 79. of ctmaiet of unsecured. Hia asta-- t Unlike the New Governor of MassamI estate valued at tl.utai and housechusetts, P. F. Delaney Meets valued at fill). hold Misfortune in the Shoe Business. circles in railroad anuouni'ed is It in an has railroader put little a thst There an unusual ruth of huai at the home of Roy Booth. ness in Judge Howell's court yesterVT popular young clerk in Supeiin-tendeScott's office. All concerned day. Drunk, vagrant and larcenixis oppoared for hearing anil iheir cases an doing nicely. wore heard in characteristic rapid-lirBrowniug, president of the order. There were more pel it larceny .pulirv association, of this city, has been engaged by a similar organization in Salt Lake City, to act as judge of birds at their coming show.' After tlr. Browning finishes hia work there he will go to Portland, Oregon', where he will act as judge for two poultry bows to be given there. Mr. Brown-iu- g has the distinction of being the Iwsi posted man on poultry breeding lj fTAll. V, ESTABLISH POLICE Uij (KiDE-- record-b- . cials of the National railroad, Ihe schedules for the new service were arranged. Sacramento, Cal., Dec. I.1 The Sacramento Union says today that plans for bridging Carquinese straits, perf acted Pacific, are In tbe by ihe Southern hands of Col. W. H. lieuer of San Francisco for transmission to lha war department for approval or rejection. The bridge ie planned lo span the si rails from tbe Nevada dock to Fifth Bi., Benira. It will be adrawbrldge over a mile In length and will reduce tbe running time between Sacramento and Ban Francisco thirty minutes. Sun Francisco, Dec. 9. The Call says lodsy that Banker I. W. Heilman haa sold bis interests in tbe Pacific Electric Railroad Co., of Los Angeles, to Henry K. Huntington. The purchase by Huntington is said lo have bei-made on account of himself and E. H. llarriman, president of tbe Southern Fertile Cn. The Pacifle Electric Radioed of Ixm Angeles Is the biggest system of Us kind in that city,. It controls the Interurban lines, which for a time threatened to make war between the Southern Paciflc Co. and the street railway owners. The price paid for the transfer of the Heilman internals ia not mentioned. H. K. Huntington leaves today for New York to meet Mr. Harriman. . , It la reported la Cheyenne in railroad circles that when ihe changes occur on Ihe Wyoming division the first of the year, W. A.- Whitucv, assistant superintendent of Ihe Wyoming division, will be made superintendent of the Nebraska division, from Omsha to North Platte, to succeed W. A Deuel, who. it is usid, will be given bis old position aa superintendent of the Colorado division, with headquarters at Denver. Mr. Whitney Is one of the inoi.t popular officials on the Union Paciflc, not. only with the company, hut the men under him, and hia efficiency merit for him the promotion he will receive. New York. Dec. 9. A dividend of 8 2 per cent baa been declaied on tba preferred stork of the Southern Pa1-- cific. New York. Ine. 9. The greater jiart of the 825.Qw.UUO of Misaonri Pacifli: 4 per cent bunds purchased by Kuhn, Loeb A Cn. will be markeli-abroad. In any event no syndiente will be formed here to sell the bonds. The slory that part of this sum is to lie used in building the Western Pacific, is denied. d MUSIC IN MhUKTNE. A learned pbisitian. writing upon beneficial results to be derived use of music, from "Ihe Intelligent, the either 1 oral or instrument 1. as a adds the wise her pen tic adjunct, caution: To be adrantageuiis ihe nature of of i lie roropueltioii mutt be carefully selected with s view to the needs of 1 the Individual rase, and the execution must be as neavly faultless ss pos--' Bible." Tbe latter condition probably would not excluds tbe piano playing machines, which are capable of a quite "faullleaa" 1st it execution wrilhin limits. be assumed, however, that tba physician or surgeon or tbs hospital director la able to employ a group of accomplished virtuosi, of impeccable technique. Tbe selection of ths oom position. "with I view to the needs of I lie individual cases is a much more difficult proposition. The ailments in which ins therapeutic agency of music is particularly recommended are ''melancholia, insomnia, hysteria, family affliction, business Mtiu. reverses, fatigue, mental or physical1 It is obvious that the aame composition ia nrt equally adaided to all of these, nor lo every individual sitnillarly afflicted. The music of tbe comic popular American or British oiiera" of the present day, for exam pis, is evidently diverting to many persons and produces agreeable aenaatlmm there are others whom one set of it suffices to plunge into the profoundeet melancholy. The phynlclsn must knw the history of his case before he turns on tbe pisnols. There Is much modem music that seems well suited to overcome insomnia, With this view "Parsifal" would be an Invaluable therapeutic adjunct. The difficulty ie in tbe tendency of modern music to "get on I be nerves." Thus tbe tone poems of Rlchar.1 Strauee might prove .dangerous to a person with a tendency in hysteria, except on the houioepni klc principle. Fur business reverwe" possibly the music of "Kbeingold" would piwre consoling, bnt tbe precis composition to lie described for "family affliction innal require very thoughtful selection. Here, we had belter go hack to Gliisk. When we reach the end of the list, in "fatigue, mental of physical," w meet the sains difficulty with which we started, the iMiitiacis of temperament. As a general proposition it is of the music undeniable tliar. tnin-that ia now most esteemed does in iis restless snd fncessant movement, produce an actual physical wesrinera. It does not always allow that tills ran be cured by a suave melody. There are parient who might be rested by a seiit imenial sung whose only effect on utlieie would be to "make them tired Evidently, this must lie used with great GU) ESTABLISHED FROM coni-plrie- fr Jeweler L Buswell, 1300 Those beautiful Ladies Gold Watches only $ nt DIAMONDS5 They ASSIGNS. Uii adelphia. Dec. 9. Ihe Neafic and Ioivy Shipbuilding company, one of the ol.Vrt concern of lie kind In tbecoun-t,- y. mode an assignment today. The cnii.peny recently completed the cruiser I'.onrcr. for the Government and in now constructing Ihe cruiser EL Louis, ihe lat(" ia about 64 per cent It Is understood tho lose on the government caused tho eit harrsssment. with cases guaranteed for 20 years. Just a few left. are worth coming' to see North Side. 370 24th Street Just West of Washington Avenue ii.