TI1E 3J0KMXG EXAMINER (HIDES, ITAII, WEHNESDaY MOKNIXO, P.an.sg mill and mercantile as Z. C. General Stores w'iitih together with the Lranriits, supply the wants of the people in general merchandise. I1 these prosperous icstitu- . tiuns tl.at we ar- - al.lo to furnish dean preamble labor to the many thousands that reside in our city, which boasts of a Population of lu.iwd in a little over three years, with uoi a saloon or tobacco shop, the ciiy ordinances making It an offense puni-habby fine r or both fur the use of either. '1h no. it i not run on community principles. Eviry man receives Lis wage every two weeks and uea it as he sew fit. All we do is to provide pruflt-sbl- e lnvwntent and endeavor to induce him n save his mousy and invest it wheio it will bring him the best return, thereby hoping him and his neighbors in general. Tlte lnveKtmcnt in th. I.aie Industry L, paying ten cent this yaar. The city is open to anyone, he must aldd; by the laws which only govern the city. Just as he would be made to do in your city, and visitors are always welcome. "Yew sir, the best si ores in city handle our 18104 and lace yo.ir c :rtaius and you will be able to see them any time if you ask for the Zion laces or lace curt tin-- . Mr Btauffacher left last night Salt Lake City, then stopping at Provo and Denver, lie hopes to spend the holidays at home. in cbve ary lo iln-i- r in'e- ioui h wiih ibe iiu;i.:..ii. oflUv: iie him-- . - w : of ,.;i nave a-- known Porntr Attorney Halvrason, vhutsc tor rtsiiirnce hu beu quarantined tinia on account of diptheiia will amobt the children of the family, in a few day a. gtible to be around MED Hugbcv Nolan at the family street. FunerMiideiK, No- - 950 24th al wrVic at Su- - Joseph's church, 10 o'clock. Thursday morning at in Mountain View cemetery. John Henry siiith. one of the Aral residency of the Mornton church, and inoaile 0. W. Penrose left Ogden a. m. on Onion Pacific mu. 6. fur U'aehington. where they go to give ideuce In the Smoot inveatigailon. yea-ufiu- y Postmaster Davis haa aucceeded in at tetting thh poatofflee c U tkliingtcn to allow the Ogden pust-ulHtwo additional derka for the They Holiday rush of mail business. appointed from the regular will I jut of civil service applicants. 0. D. Simpson; the well known and wife of this over the flly will leave Wednesday y Rio Grande Western for a sixty-daWatePaul St. and to Kansas City, trip rloo; Iowa. Mr. Simpson will visit with his parents at St Faul and Mrs. Simpson will spend a few weeks with Her parents at Waterloo, Iowa. Mrs. Corills Banister, author of A Self Building, Hqlrru Miracle" and Common Sense Methods," Through pissed through -- e city yesterday on her way to Southern Cali. The gifted author of this book was for twenty-fou- r years an invalid and through the nenise of her own precepts has raised herself from invalidism to a condition of perfect physical health. He lived in Ogand during that the Inter-Mountai- n time attended of this City Bmineie College worked for a also number Utah of years with the Light Power Company and was there em- t when be was compelled to leave hue on uccount of his health. The many friends he made during his stay si Ogden will greatly mourn hla loss. ployed in rather quiet lu railrThe holiday rush ot freight business is practically over is the large orders tor Christmas about a shipment are usually In month before the holidays. There la s picking up In express lines, however, and In another weeks time will eee a great rush of business. The heavy holiday mail is not on yet but there Is a noticeable increase in the mount over a week ago. The railway postal department la prepared for the rash as new men have been put on to handle the extra amount of mall. At present oad circles. The following probate matters were heard in the Second Judicial district court today: In the matter of of Hannah Burch Farr, the es-tit- s ft al., alson; hearing on account and order entered siiprovlng, allowing and settling same. In the, estate of Daniel lovmitein, deceased, hearing on petition and subscribing witnesses, E. F. Bratx and Lewis J. Read, sworn; order entered admitting will to prolate and appointing Elizabeth Lowen-Hei- n administratrix Vlth the will annexed on a bond of 914,000. In the wttta of Bedell Mary Johnaaon, bearing on account and order estamd approving, allowing and aet-tlli-g same. . d, iie MORiuci FILED , Ten Million HMVEBER COUNTY Dollar Indenture Put on Ogden-Luci- n Cut-of- f. There was filedwlth the county yesterday an Indenture mortga-Pi- g the Ogden-Lucicut oil line by the wntral Pacific Railway company and mtheni Pacific company to the Guar-Jt- y Trust company of New York for of 910,000,000. The instrument tad October 1, 1904. and ia baaed bond Issue styled Through Short , Urn first mortgage 4 per cent goU ata. payable October 1, 1964. The entire Ogden-Luci- n line of 102.9 Bibs including stations ia I the stated purpose of mortgaged tor os construction of and tor paying improving ud equipping said line of railroad and other corporate purposes. ' The line naer mortgage begin at the main line f Ogden river in Weber county J runs westerly across Promontory and Great Balt Lake to a eonnec-i- ll the original lino of tbo Cen- Pacific railway near and imme-W- y west of Grouse CreOk, between wrm and Gartney stations." interest Is payable Wm October 1, 1904, at 4 per cent per oum, and the bonds are redeemable it the option of the company its lucceanora at a railway of 7 2 premium Pr cent fee tor filing was 98.10. re-Jrt- cr n semi-annual- ly 1-- NFCFDCWIE'S BEPBESENTATIVES III OCDEN n Wl Here in the Interact of Industries of Zion City. A. A. Btauffacher of Zion C &r.,2.a,silpt At the Healy Hotel iMcher is the Z e Industries. representing He says: mJ vt1 h,ve had a very buccom 9 through Colorado, Nevada and I and am now on my way be four "nut' trip. B.u.r 00li Are not only prov JJAJr'oty but create a demand rn account of their au a style and finish, and be ZSL ,ntltut'on dof the kind t In this count Ud hidure' fm,DLI,rolctd by an Import d to 0 per cent, we com; with Imparted Btuff. now employing about Mopl a. . n, ,r running 24 hours la proving very Beifui ! "11 a011 I Bit very imps jjves Tmr V.. I trnc,iee enjoying And pi tor the i I Krirtil been duing its business htoJ! of baels And has paid 2400.000 -bran "something showing doing." V Industries vra h i lAofT. which empl ceiiirf IAopfe nnd manufaett finest confection, on hasY JxhST Also the Zion Milling The Zion Box fi wy, Rio. PnnUng and Publish tte . Brick. , yi 1 j SERIOUS pr SENTENCE SET FOR HOLD-UP- S MORRIS AND HARPER ARE TO BE SENTENCED THURSDAY. They Are the Men Who Robbed Geo. Patch en'Novcmber 1st. Fred Alexander Morris and John Hubbard Harper tne two hold-up- s who took a watch and sixty cents from Georgs Patch at the point of their guns on the evening of November 1, in the vicinity of the Tabernacle, plead guilty of robbery before Judge Rolapp this set fur morning and sentence was Thuraday, December 15. The plea as entered yerterday is the outcome of evidence of a most poqtlve character and a confession "sweated" from the prisonen by a most rigid system of questioning by the officers, who extracted the promise from the defendants that they would plead guilty when arraigned and thereby save the expense of a prolonged trial It will be remembered that the prisoner. left for Salt Lake the nlgnt of the robbery and were picked up by Balt officers and thrown In Jail for vagrancy. A description of them furnished the officers here convinced the latter that the men in question were the robbers of George Patch which proved true beyond doubt upon were IdenInvestigation. Tbs hold-utified by their victim and other incriminating evidence was found and they were arrested November 12 and brought here. They are both young men. ps s DOMINICK MANNA ACCU6ED OF ROBBING LABORER OF 814ft Good Work of Officer Hsdlock May Cause Conviction of Defendant Dumiuick Manna, the Italian who was fined 810 by Judge Howell yesterday for carrying eonoealed weapons, will again face the court on thefur mure serious charge of robbery of person. Frederick William uuerch, a Gorman bricklayer, accuses the former of having robbed him of $140 and a gld waich while he lay asleep in a 23ib street rooudng house yesterday morning. Credit tor the fastening of the crime upon Manna Is due to the caro-fu- l dei relive work of Officer Oreu Hadlock who has obtained evidence enough, probably, lu convict the Italian of the rubbery. Loerch has been employed in this section of country for some time by the Orrgon Short Line Railroad company. He came into town aeveral days ago with quite a sum of money, the earnings of aeveral montha of hard labor. Like many otbera he proceeded to get a nice little Jag aboard. He met with the Italian, Manna, In the course of his wanderings and an acMan-da- y quaintance was at ruck up. morning the two of them went up Into a certain rooming house on 25th street across from the Montana block and, got a room. Loerch threw himself upon the bed and immediately went to sleep. When he awoke It was to find that he had been robbed of a check for 8H3, about 832 in paper and gold and a valuable gold watch. Officer Hadlock worked on the cane yesterday and while he had suspicions in the matter could not get definite evidence against the Italian. He was arrested however cm the charge of carrying concealed weapons. It la known by aeveral Italians that Manna has been broke for some days so that when Officer Hadlock heard that the former had changed a five dollar gold piece and had later changed a five dollar greenback he was quite certain that Manna waa the person wanted for the robbery. Loerch, the victim of the robbery, was shown a purse left in Jailer Critchlow's keeping by Manna and positively Identified It as the one belonging to him. It seems now that there la a pretty strong case against the Italian. Berkeley, Cal., Dec. 13. The discovery of a great crack or rill on the face of the moon .which extends lengthwise through the valley of the Alpe tor a distance of eighty miles la one of the facts announced in the latest bulletin 'issued from the Lick observatory. The rill on the moon was discovered by Assistant Astronomer J. telescope. B. Perrine with the The rill is in the nature of a crack In the moons crust, or of a dry river bed, only a few hundred feet in width and some 80 milea In length, extending through the center of the valley, it can be seen only under good atmospheric conditions and when the sun ia shining upon it at the proper angle. 36-ln- VIOLATE .WARRAN1Y DEEDS The following warranty deed transfers of .real estate have been filed with the county recorder: George F. Chase and wife to Nellie M. Chase, for $1,100, lot 8, block 1, Child's addition. Juhn T. Thompson and wife to Oscar 8. Rice, for l,6uo, w 2 block 16 and lota 6 and 6, block 10, plat A, Hooper. Wm. H. Collins and wife to Wm. M. secCenter, for $1260, part of nw tion 80, township 6 north, range 1 1-- 1-- Chicago, Dec. 13. Thousands Chicago, of shoppers in the big down-tow- n department stores have had a scare when the electric lights suJdenly went out, leaving the interior of the buildings in darkneaa. Prompt action by tha clerks and floor walkers prevented any one from being injured. An sceident in the power house of an electric light compapy was the cause of the trouble. Business was psitislly paralyzed In the affected territory for nearly an hour, and holiday were shopper stranded in the stores with their purchases but half made. Thera was considerable inconvenience and much excitement. The trouble, varying in seriousness, extended over practically the entire territory from North Avenue to Twelfth street and from the river to the lake. Many of the large office buildings were were seriously affected. Physicians obliged to stop in the midst of treating their patients and work waa generally suspended in most of the office, not supplied with gas. Elevators were shut down in many building. 1-- 4, 1-- 4 1-- 1-- STOCK PRICES LABOR LAW Condition of Virtual Slavery Found in Candy and Mattrcsa Factory. New York, Dec. 13. Two men ono the manager of a candy factory and the other a partner In a woven wire mat factory, have been arrested on charges preierred by factory Inspectors for a violation of the child labor law. The complaint declares tbo charges to be unusual declares the charges condition of virtual slavery. One of the factory inspectors said she found at the candy maker's two workgirl, of 13 and 14alx yeara who days for which ed 68 hours In they received 93. One of the children had been fined ten cents for talking during business hours and two cent! for having been five minutes late one morning. Dec. 13. United San Francisco; States Circuit Judge William H. Hunt has sustained the government's contention in its answer to the suit of E. H. Sawyer against Bowman H. McCalls, U. S. N., that adverse possession runs in favor of the United States and it can also plead tne statute of limilatlona. Sawyer contended that aa adverse possession and statute of limitations do not run against the government they cannot be pleaded by it. Sawyer la suing tat the title to certain marsh lands in Solano county about Mara Island, on which the government baa partially constructed certain buildings. The government asserts five years peaceable poeeesslon and it this Is proved, under the decision. Sawyer loses his case. !ity, Dec. 13. Mrs. Adeline , widow of A. W. Armour sf the late Kirk B. Armour, W. Armour, the packers; ily todav at her home hers;a r. She died soon after par-- late breakfast She had best of health? Mrs. is Vernon Centre, N. Y. Ar-io- rn a e, ; THE Per Cent , go to Ballard 161 AFFAIRS House Considers the Swayne Impeach- ment Proceedings. d Beef & Rinckers Corn-Fe- I4lh Street, Those Tha high grade machinery and modern methods of the Ogden 8team Laundry will add from 25 per cent to 00 per cent to the life of year linen. WE DO NOT use Injurious cleansing agents. WE DO NOT crack tha cellars. WE DO NOT tear out buttonWE DO waeh cetored goods and woolens In Distilled wa- ter. Are we laundering your If net you are losing ey.. Try lie. today affirmed tbe decision of tbe court in tbe postal conspiracy cases of August W. Marbrn, George F. Lorens, Samuel A. Groff and Diller to 11. Groff, who were sentenced two yeara Imprisonment in the West Virginia penitentiary and to pay a fine of 10HI0. the Washington, Dec. 13. When house met today it had a serious duty to perform that of passing on a resolution having for its purpose the lm peachmeut for "high misdemeanor" of Federal Judge Charles Bwayae of the northern district of Florida. That the members fully appreciated th responsibility resting upon them was evidenced by the close attention which the paid to the reading by Mr. Palmer (Pa.) of the specifications and evidence in th ran. In support of the charge of misbehavior, Mr. Palmer said tbe evidence showed that out of each year Judge Swayne spent on an average at 212 daya somewhere else neither in bis district holding court, nor outside his district holding court. The Judge never voted in Florida, never registered there and never lived there in any proper sense of th term. Mr. l'almer then turned his attention to n review of th evidence before tha Committee, the main features of which already have been published. the senWashington, Dec. ate Mr. Galllager, from tbe committee on District of Colombia reported a resolution granting th use of th pension building fur tbe inaugural ball. Th resolution was agreed to. The resolution tor an adjournment for the holidays extending from December 21st to January 4th, waa then adopted. On motion of Mr. Long the senate fixed the date for the reception of the atatue of former Senator John J. Ingalls contributed to statuary hall by tbe state of Kaunas, for January 21, lS.-r-I- Eaet of the Reed Hotel. Both Phones nzz&z j 174. WP TBE ITALIAN! SWISS COLONY rates tha Asset M the Facifle ooast ooasLTheir wines Pacific on ths grapes pur. It you wish todto good Cheer for tbfc holiday! order some of their win from are absolutely No. (IB. FRIZZ1NI . I6lh St . BROS. . 100 Carpeafc. Ing, Building, Repairing M Remadellng ef Heuees Promptly attended Is. All work Guaranteed. Enquire ef Ole Nelecn, MB Mts street Telephone 829-- y. The Owl Saloon CNalll Bros, Prep. No. ti2 25th St Dealera la Brat class liquors of all ktnda, wines and brandy. AU goods delivered to any part of eity every quart Saturday. Whisky 76 eta to Win SI eta pr. quart. I quarts, SL Biandy, 91 urL Whiskey pr. gaL 2.35 to j ONEILL BROS, Prop, Thon 135s. 5 86-- Going' I WHERE TO EAT Skating? t exercise, slid Yis, it's ibe cheapest amusemnuL of the winter season. Winslow's. National klun Bkatea, only 5Uc pur pair. All aisea. Ladles Bkates 95c per pair. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Bvarything here the best Short orders at all hours; All kinds of gam and ftah In Mason. Extra fins dinners Sunday, from 12 to 2 p. m, 25o. Fine lunch from 11 to 4 and to p. m. JIM A YOUNG, Prep W1IEELRIGIIT BROS. Phenes 247G 147. Wash. Ave. XM We Treat CAFE BOSTON lM-s- Street Twenty-fift- soi Cure CATARRH IteafMa. Mom Ml TIipmI Mm INiihin, HmiMkiiU TiuiibiM. H lifiDJ Tfimt M. JllllMft. MdHBMfc IJV TiuI4m. pr bM Anility I4mmm IHmmm M OuaplaiBtA. t Worm iK rtiwn, Mwri IHmm. Mur l4)v lltBMRM. CfclPM. IM. VIlMA UtMiMlTg KiaMj. MpiMl IVOriblA, Mhlii J$U waiai Ira b KAbhiihaUmb. Immnum Uff Sbirele. Pile. Maiul ind Mtfwibl ff 14- Tim MM. Motif (or k IMiMi 1 ii8 Rum. Mbj Jvveir HriwriA VOIlB Mil, t ud CVmU DImmm. 11 jGrvA TrwtaiBHl Crpm. WrH for fiMiyaiHRiB I t If yna miimK ibIL a, a. a. aai Weak Men ImmIi trr mtmtm (mh hr Smifuo, iiwa r no wa aaa ths veal taawa Wairr vo taut tu. OIISOXIG la wdn Saw rww.swihlll Si HM hf pahUaWas tha anar aaiuaiarr .... la. mh me, om renas wi c awt resun urn aaas Tntm nrki, . gpilvpRj, rlfftia hoit ix rniTAi naaaeaa H maiS hauar aaaSaanae la aww aa r (hill la iM. alaw I hlaa la aaathar war. Vila la aar Naai aa aaw ORS. SHORES & SHORES, Eipei Fre DM. V. MIQMU. Cured Pay When uk i trt BBASOlf-AHIeK an Umni Ami fun i fiMBudf ur word of UmhmmU Miitntt upua Cb4 iBdiiraM M. MlW WK WAMTTOltMM YoU wish Hi 4111 Mt tifMfpmi andiiif Him mm mmU will mh immi a PEE mu fom. TMtMpUM l I am MduAund. Malul Wk ttiwirrihiMi tfypklnit jpri, Mm'urrkoH. ike VirUNiMl, Udiaaivf rratiti (SIm4 La Miami IdteRH, ( Mirtuipi In Border. Iftrld-dwi.. roataftou Muwt Tuiaua, Mi all WKAftMRMrfrt of mtm. Krofttfifi Offli M HulM; V. . toft f ft : kvittn Md Aaiimta. Mi a. m, to U m$r ye rrtf. FAM 2482 Spicialists, Ave Ogden, Utah. SPECIAL OFFER From The next CABINET DISCUSSER LAND mon- UlUI STEAH OGDEN Die- - of appeals lin- en? y, 81-7- IS.1 The Washington, Dec. : hole. AFFIRM DECISION. trict of Columbia court Interest yeuf If you want Eastern bill of your linen Father Ignatius, ths famous Anglician monk of Wales, has reiterated his firm roaviction, says a Herald dispatch from 1uudon, that the days of miracles are not past and that h himself bad been tbe agent of Qud in thahr performance, even to the raising of the dead. 1 do not claim in any wav to have performed miracles of myself, he is AU I say is quoted as having said. that several limes iu my life the spirit of God has taken possession of my whole being and ordered me heal the sick and raise the dead. Independent investigation is, the correspondent adds, bring made regarding these claims. a Saving of 25 io 50 DKAD. Llau-thon- i Will New Yolk, Dec. 13. 9 Juhn F. Barton and wife to Wm. T. secWayment for $1200, part of aw tion 6, township 6 north, range 2 west. John F. Barton and wife to Joseph V. East, for $260, part of nw 4 of section 7, township 6 north, range 2 west. John F. Barton and wife to John B. Wayment, for $250, part of nw section section 6, and part of nw 7, township G north, range 2 west Michael Penrose to Dora Bella Top- section ham, for $487.60, part sc 8, township 6 north, range 1 west John Nlcbol and wife to Kristine Ilium, for 8325, part ae 4 section 32, township 7 north, range 2 west Mary Parson Nelson to Neils Hanson LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR. for 81600, part of ae section 7, township 6 north, range 2 east, and Portland, Ore., Dec. 18. The Lewis lota 5 and 6, block 8, plat B, Hooper and Clark corporation Is deriving no litSurvey. tle satisfaction over the interest foreign nations are displaying in the 1905 fair. The commissions of aeveral nations have begun assembling tbeir exhibits for shipment to Portland at once, and the otbera will soon start operations in this direction. This Information ia conveyed in a general report from the exposition force now working at St. Louis. The interest aecma to originate in Show Boms Opening Transactions the fact that the fair will be a means Confusion Market Scttlee Down of introducing them in a new field of to Quieter Tons. almost unlimited commercial and InNew York, Dec. 13 Todays stock dustrial possibilities. Thin was not apmarket opened weak and excited, with preciated when the advisability of parprices generally lower. The opening ticipating in the exposition waa sugtransactions showed some confusion, gested to the representatives of the difthere being wide variations In quota- ferent nations; but near tha close of the tions on sales made apparently at the St. Louis exposition when the magnitude of the Portland fair was impresssame time. It la no exaggeration to say that ed upon them, the tide of attention waa Wall Street began the day with more turned in this direction and even smallanxiety than it haa shown since tbs er nations found they could not afford to be omitted. May panic of 1901. Reasona for this feeling were plenINSURANCE tiful, chief among them being the ab- AMERICAN COMPANIES DON'T LIKE IT. solute collapse of the market at yesterday's close, revealing weak Spots in unlooked for places. A great majority Paris, Dec. 13. The American embasof the brokerage houses had their sy la making urgent representations to clerical forces at work nntll late last the foreign office, In behalf of Amerievening and some of them worked can Insurance companies and against ac- the features of the revision law passed long after midnight examining counts and issuing Imperatlva calls to by the chamber of deputies and about customers for more margins. to pass the senate. The measure conNo Americans showed general recov- templates that the companies shall ery at London. Almost every conceiv- hold French securities of a value equal able sort of rumor waa In tha air to their outstanding inaurance. Heretothis morning and tha names of Indi- fore the law permitted the holding of viduals and firms who are commonly American or other foreign securities, supposed to have suffered by the break it is claimed that if the provision Is were freely, if privately, mentioned. It given retroactive effect, covering all wns reported among other things that outstanding insurance, it will compel a meeting of big baking interests had the American companies to substitute been held last night and that it had 814,000,000 to 918,000,000 of French sebeen decided to support the market if curities for American investments. the situation became more critical. Attracted by the previous day's San Franciiux). Dec. 12 The Inevents the galleries of the Exchange ternational Seamen's union haa begun held a large crowd of The the second week of the annual conwith members, vention. A resolution has been adoptfloor was crowded who seldom ed that American vessels carrying formany of them appear there, save on momentous oc- eign mail must sign their crews casions. The subdued noise which pre- through the offices of the United vailed at the opening broke into a roar 8tates Shipping commissioners, in orat the first sound cf the chairman'! der that the law requiring the memgong. The great crowds were again bers of such crews to be citizens shall around the Amalgamated Copper and be enforced. United Slates Steel trading posts, where brokers fairly mauled one anTve been doing my best to per other In order to execute orders. snade my wife that high heels srs were ordered to sell Injurious, but I can't convince her. Many of these at the market." The offices of the "There's one way to do it." brokerage houses were crowded with What's that? customers, many of them from out of "Have them go out of style." Cintown. They seemed to think It neors- - cinnati Comr.ercial-Tribun1-- CLAIMS UK CAN RAISE SENATE AND HOUSE Aa a Result Panics Are With Difficulty Averted in Many of the Big Department Stoics In ? ere., y.'iwv Ay-so- n. d, WENT OUT i fr AUls-Chalute- LOWER CHILD San Francisco, Dec. 13. L. F. Ayson, commissioner and chit-- f inch'd. .r of fioheries of New Zealand. I.a arrived here the purpose of taking hot.a with hi in l.OOO.uix) eggs of Mie eastern white lieh aud SOO.ouu salmon eggs from this stale with which to stock the streams and lakes oi New Zealand. have been Spasmodic attempts made for 3i years pasi," said Mr. fi introduce salmon and other North American food fish into the waters of New Zealand. Most of the work ha been don by what are known as acclnnatication societies and liecauee the societies Wrre not experts in handling the eggs aud young hah the results have been very unsatisfactory. We have no salmon as yet, but as a result of th systematic work which New Zralaud has been doing since 1901 we Lope to have salmon letore long." - ELECTRIC LIGHTS SALARIED PEOPLE Real Estate aud hartei Loans Seivli.e quick, confidontial and r r vat. No enromivslom. WESTERN BROKER GE CO. 329 4 Eo--u , Bldg Then 634-s- . , WLL PTOt'K NEW 'J E PLAND STREAMS WITH AMERICAN FISH BUILDING MONEY LOANED ; . i : 2 j ;i.-- ii! wi-rf- 1-- 4, A CRACK ON MOON BIBS FOR u CHARGE S- j ot '.'.iiiiLur of ll'ijiei lu iiiiitum lu his (mu u.r:C4. 'il.o vice- uv of Initial! nil tvwi iybau l:,ewiiC- ill,;.f i; of uii.rai-lui:a:i. These i. i s, oi eixmomy .re lu harmon;- w:m re-offihscIi-- f :i lulling the at ce and i he renv'i .it cf expense. opt-rst'- .' west. DISCOVER - 1110. lit lNwires to i;W - , scene was especially .: .j an. ex citing. . Telcgriiph it receivir.fi an-and sending cnun; it seemed as if tli.- at la.-gt.y was wailing on Wa'.i t-- i.-- i. Amalgamated Cupi -- r sui quoted at 63 be at a tine wl:. u ing bid on the floor, .si ;,ir w4 the tape. Support vl ji.uwn in thi and other slocks, an i brokers supported buying by iusi I. it The deisted quoin;, t,n the tape SUPERVISING ARCHITECT OF THE recorded some fui.b.r disastrous TREASURY CALLS FOR BIDS breaks in prices. I i;t FOR CONSTRUCTING OGsupport quickly iHtcam.DEN'S FEDERAL BUILDmanifest, and there were upasum.!;;- ml ins ING. all through the list. The break extend. .1 p, g points in New Building Show That prefemd. 7 in Pullman Plans For It Will ba Grand and Imand 3 4 in Tenue-n.- , e lml. The posing. trading was extreniHi for a time on the rally but the market settled down into a qu.citi tone before The supervising architect of the 11 o'clock. treasury baa called for bid for constructing the United States Federal PAWNBROKER FINED FOR building in this city with ths exception of elevator and heating apparatus, said RECEIYINGSTOLEN COCOS bids to be uienrd on Jan. Sib, I SOS. As slated before in then columns Gourley ia Fined 910 for Violating Sun- this inagnidcent building will be lusted on Hio corner of Grant avrnua day Amusement Ordinance. street end will oust and Twenty-fourt- h not )fs than 9200.000. A copy of the Israel Richmond, a Tuenl.r-flft- h detailed plan is in the possession of street second hand was arraigned In the naiuieipal court yester- prarauce amt built with an idea of day morning on the charge of receiving ill we plana reveals the fact that the stolen goods from M. A. Oouby. The new building is to be one of the finest defendant pleaded guilty to the charge, in appearance and best In interior arwaived time for sentence and was fined rangement among the Federal buildings in th west. It will be imposing in ap860. Richmond, it will be remembered, is pearance and build with an idea of the second hand dealer who received aa lasting for ages. Th postofilce and all tbe United assortment of stolen tools from M. A. Conley, who confessed to having taken States offices now located in various them from Ecclea' planing milL The parts of the city will have a place in latter claimed that Kichunuid received the new building and all the necessary the goods, knowing them to be stolen. ouuwnlencea for said offioe will be Dominick Manna, an Italian, was ar- Installed. Tha railway poetal clerkt their raigned on tbe charge of carrying con- will make the federal building depart-menrecealed weapons, found guilty and fined heedqunrtern and one of the aa the bida, aa stated, will not 810. after making Frank Boyle pleaded guilty to a a dormitory where clerks care of. charge of drunkenness, but upon a a run may he well taken (if course it will he some little time promise to avoid Intoxicating stimulants in the future, be was allowed to yet before actusl work will be commenced, aa the bids, an astated, will not go on his way rejoicing. W. R. Gourley, who was founj guilty be opened until the 61 h of next month. of violating the Sunday amusement or- The building when completed will be dinance, appeared fur sentence and was a credit to Ogden City and Weber fined 810. It ia not known whether or county. not Mr. Gourley will appeal the case. It ia probable that be will let the matter drop and abide by the law in the future. Attorney Pratt represented the defendant. thi- - le Mr. Charles Donaldson, the well haown electrician of this city died at Beattie, Washington, October Bth. 1984. of nervous prostration. den for several yeara MUST FACE e IfLCEJlHEll 14, New York World Thrice-a-Wee- k FRAUDS. Washington. Dec. 13. At todays Metcalf cabinet meeting Secretary talked briefly of the status of the land some fraud cases, Indicating that startling developments In them might be expected in the near future. ASSUMES OFFICE Position ef Lord Curxon Viceroy of India Before a Brilliant Gathering. Calcutta, Dec. 13. Lord Curaon of Kedleston reassumed office today as viceroy of India. There was a brilliant gathering In the council chamber to witness tha ceremony. CHINESE LEADERS OF ANTI- FOREIGN MOVEMENT JAILED. New York, Dec. 13. A special ren port of Viceroy Yuan concerning societies In Honan province, has Just been published, says a Pekin dispatch to the Herald. The leaders have all been arrested. 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