? t T11E MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN. UTAU. TUESDAY MORNING, BREVITIES (BIN FUMPiNS SCHEME IS GREAT Uiai Frances Burrows of the Mana-fieMillinery company, will leave this evening for Kentucky for a three aoniha visit with her parents. ll Peter Halst Weitergood and Miss Sarah Odell Denning have been granted a license to saury. The prospective bridegroom is from Farr West and is 9 years old; the prospective bride from lows, Idaho, and is 2'J. MEAKIN COMSICERED MEET PLAIN CITY IRRIGATORS AND DISCUSS PURCHASE OF VICTORY PLANT. Meeting CET8 VERDICT IN UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. In the municipal court yesterday were arraigned vagrants w. L. Maginnis Receives Tele. Perrin and Judge before Judge Howell. That Johnson Cass is gram Billie O'Dtnlel each were sentenced Decided. to thirty days on the municipal rock idle, while Thomas H. Clark was allowed to go upon promise to go to iron work. The case of John Fly will be Washington today iatcsuispau-that in s heard tonight at 7 oclock. Chief by Justin ruiler in the ruse .f Johnson vs. Southern Pacific Railway company, lh thi supreme court today held mat all cars includingprsctieslly locomotive! ftnnuld w equipped rnith uniform The court also held couplers. that dining cars cannot he exempt from the requirements of the appli-lurlaw when in use, safety The railroad companies will comvuu thougli at Ice their crop mence harvesting empty. The decision also held that I locomotive came under Die same rulihla point on Monday. Misa Jennie Lindquist and Mr. Jas. ing. The decision means decisive victory K. Dinsdale of Ogden were united in for Judge W. L. Maginnis of the law the in of bonds matrimony the holy firm of Maginnis and Stout of this city, Dec. 14th, Wednesday, Logan temple homo who conducted the case for tbe plainreturned after which they tiff. A telegram .from Kd A. Mosley, took place Thursday. A fine reception of the secretary at the home of the bridea mother, commission, to Internists Commerce Judge Maginnis, is as Tbe rooms were handsomely decoratfollows: Brother Fuller Joins with me ed in cut llowere and ferns. The even- In warmest congratulation. ing was pleasantly spent in songs puint In Johnson case decided InEvery our and music. A sumptuous repast was favor. Case remanded back for new moat a enjoyable evening trisL" served and was spent. Many handsome presents W. O. Johnson, the petitioner and and were received from relatives in error, was a freight brake-ma- n plaintiff friends.' Mr. and Mrs. Dinsdale will employed upon the line of the make their home In Ogden and will Southern Paciflc company between Carbe at home after January 1st at SUV lin and Ogden, and was injured while Lincoln. engaged in his duties on the 5th of the H. V. Blasdel, passenger agent of August, 1900. At Promontory, the Union Pacifle at Oakland, wife aud conductor of the freight train was intamlly are in the city on a visit v.iih structed by telegraphic orjera of tbs triends. Mr, Blasdel was formei ly a train dispatcher to take hia engine from dispatcher for the Southern Pacific hia freight train and couple to a certain dining car standing upon a switch at at this place. Promontory, and turn the dining cas Two Van Wye brothers were injur- around so that the kitchen would be smash-urailroad a In at Herrlu ed upon the rear end of the car. The conIn the other day. They arrived th$ ductor Instructed Johnson, the brake-macity last evening and were taken dito do hia work. He uncoupled the rect to the hospital, where their in- engine from the freight train, that coupjuries are being attended to. ling being made by what is known as H. V. Hllliker, assistant superinten- the Janey, or master car builder' coupdent of the Oregon Short Line, Is in ler, and which coupled automatically without making it necessary for men to Salt Lake City today on business. go between the cars to couple and unHoy Booth, the popular young clerk couple. He then signalled the engine In the offlee of Supt. Scott of the to run ahead and back down on the Southern Pacific, is confined to hia witch to make tha coupling with the home with a mild attack of grippe. dining car. As it backed down with the tender behind he found that tha M. Hlrosl, the Japanese railroad lawhat is bor agent, la in Ogden today, on busi- dining car was equipped with which is an ness connected with the employment known as a Miller hook, will which automatic appliance of Jap labor. hooks, with other ' Miller couple with not will couple but varieties with any of the thirty-seve- n or kinds of the master car builder!1 type of coupler, and in order to couple the dining car to the tender of the ena link gine it became necessary to use to do. and pin, which he undertook He gave estimony In tbe lower courts that he had performed thla duty a number of tlmea before end that lb waa common upon the railroad, although difficult and dangerous. When the engine came1 hack the first time he failed to make the coupling. He then signalled the engine to pull ahead Inaert tha link in the Janey coupto ANNUAL BALL OF WEBER CLUB ler and again be signalled the engiTO BE GIVEN JAN. BTH. neer to run ahead and. back. The third time hia arm was caught be Event Will Occur In Klsssl Hall ahd tween the bumpers on the dining car and tender and was crushed so that It Banquet In Rooms South of . Postoffice. had to be amputated. the The dining car was used by for feeding Its passengers becompany ' The big social event of the season tween Sad Francisco and Ogden and will bo the Weber Club annual banreturn, which trip brought it Into Ogquet and ball which will be held on den every three days, coming In on a the evening of Jan. 5, 1905, In tita in the morning and going out Klesel HalL Preparations are being train on a train about noon. On tha west made for a grand time. the train from tha wait of 5th Auguat The regular ball of the Weber club waa several hours late, so much eo is always looked forward to with Inthe train dispatcher, seeing that terest and now that the announce- thatwould be impossible to get Into it ment of the time for this season's time to be put on (he westin Ogden event has been made there will be ordered it dropped by tbe a flurry in society circles. The ball bound train,train at Promontory station, passenger proper will be held in the Klesel Hall with Instructions to the westbound while the banquet will be served iff the train to pick it op there, and in tbe empty rooms Just south of the meantime, in order to hasten its deMessrs. O. B. Gilson and Fred parture, Instructed the conductor of JJurt, as the executive committee, are the freight train to have this car full charge of all arrangements for turned around. the big event. Action waa brought by Johnson for his damages in the State court of Utah and waa removed by .the defendOMEN BROTHERS' ant to the circuit court of the UnitCRJMRY COMPANY ed States within and for Utah. The case waa called for trial before a Has Besn incorporated With Capital Jury on the 28th of June, 1901, and cf 125,000. after the Introduction of the testimony of the plaintiff, upon motion of the he OgJen Brothers On., was thcor-Pwet- defendant the court Instructed the to find a verdict of no cense of yesterday for a period of fifty Jeers to carry on a general mere has-- "' Jury action, to which the plaintiff (John-son- ) rs d grocenr business. The excepted and sued out a writ of are; N. Ogden, president nnd error to the circuit court of appeals of ire surer; Edward Goodale, Ihe eighth circuit et St. Louis. Upon William Goodale, secretary; A. the 28th day of August, 1902, that N. J. Goodale, directors. "JPsden, court handed down e decision affirmThe capital stock la 25,000 divided the Judgment of the lower court ing Into 250 shares at a value of flOO An appeal was taken on n writ of par Per share, 130 sharep of which are certiorari to the supreme court of the sire tv subscribed the incorporators United States where the decision, as by m amounts running from five shares to given above, was rendered. Sllly.flve. The Ogden Brothers hare been here0STM ASTER APPOINTED. tofore doing business as grocery men fa Ogden. Iiington, Dec. 19. The president lent to tbs senate this DominWomen love a dear, comhealthy plexion. Pure blood makes It. Burant ster: Montana, George W. dock Blood Bitten makes pure blood. Marysville. several n auto-main- e Plain City. Dee. 17. A meeting of Irrigators waa held here last night. The object was to consider the pumping scheme that has from time to ume thrust itself upon the notice of the water usera of Plain City. The owner of the piaut that is already established, and, which is the key to the situation, offered to sell his plant aud water right to the Plain City Irrigation company for 93,ouo. Um water right cousiata of twenty second-feet, and Is said to be a never-fai- l ing supply, as it la the underground flow that finds its way down through tha gravel of the river bed and comas Vi tba surface on the lower reaehea of tbe Weber. Tha plant itself is of little Importance in considering the scheme as It Is much too small for Plain City's needs. It consists of an engine and boiler of about twenty horse-powand a centrifugal h pump of the submerged type. A pump of this type was purchased last summer, but 11 waa never used as the engine waa too small to run it. This pump Is Included in the offer, and it is roughly estimated that two such pumps shall be required to he of any appreciable service to the Plain City Irrigation company. Accordingly, after much discussion, a motion waa carried instructing the directors of the company to tnvesligate the scheme, consulting an engineer as to tbe probable cost of Installing s plant suited to the needs of Plain City and as to the cost per acre of watering by this method, and report their findings to a meeting of the stockholders to he called for the purpose ot null further considering the schema, pui-.pln- six-inc- h ten-iuc- COAST RUSH OF p GREAT SOCIAL EVENT e. ed TOURISTS CCSTOM8 OFFICERS OF FINLAND TO USE FINNISH LANGUAGE. Bjornebjord, Finland, Jan. A de- 19. cree was issued today introducing as the offldal language in the and other services AGENT MOSELEY PASSENGER TALKS OF BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA. Says Los Angelas Peopls Ara Enthusiastic Ovsr Clark Road. A. B. Moseley, travelling eh rus-post- al g January 1. Wanhington, Dee. 19. Dr. Charles L. secretary of the Presbyter-Missiondiscussed with President Roosevelt the serious contoday dition of the Pima Indiana of Arisons. He told the president the Indians were dying of starvation their lands had been rendered Unproductive by tbe diversion of the of streams running through jjater em. The diversion of the water was caused by the development of plana fa government for Irrigation of fia lands. Through a commission tbs Wcn.Went already has made an lnvea-intio- n of the matter. Thompson, ger agent for the Union Pacific and Oregon Short Line for lines west ot Green River, returnedyetterdaymorning from a two weeks' trip to nan Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Mr, Moaeley had a most enjoyable time while away and returps in tbe best cf health. The people In Los Angeles," said Mr. Moaeley, are pleased beyond expression that the bands of steel connecting them in bonds of fellowship with tbe people of Utah will soon be Joined together. It is an event they are looking forward to with Immeasurable Interest They realise what it means to them and are really half delirious with Joy ovsr the matter. It is staled In Los Angeles that Cain fornia orange growers la that section of the etate expect to be ablpplng the coming orange crop by the 10th ot January. The gap between the two ends la hut fifteen miles in length now and that will soon be eloaed. While traffic In freight will be carried on from about the luth of next month It la thought that' passenger trara will not be operated until the 1st of February. At present there U a great rush of tourists to Southern California points and especially to Los Angelea. From now until the first of the year thousands of people from the east will arrive In that section of country to pend the winter months. California ia at its best now. Everything fa fresh and beautiful and some of the dtiee gppear to be veritable flower gardens. The low colonist rates offered by the railroads have caused a wonderful migration of people to California during the past few years and the result is that the country is settling up fast There is a great increase invery the amount of building Improvements lu the larger cities and one years timt has made a noticeable chspge In their general appearance." Mr. Moseley enjoyed hie trity very much and feels liho getting ib to the heroeu once more after so pleasurable a recreation. BOUNDARY Washington, Dec. 19. The supreme court today decided the boundary case between Missouri and Nebraska, in favor of tbs state of Nebraska. The case involved the question as to whether a change of the comae of the Missouri river had the effect of changing land which had theretofore been on the weet side of the river, to the east of the river from the Jurisdiction of Nebraska to the Jurisdiction of Missouri. but the court held that it did not. The opinion was by Justice Harlad, who says that the boundary must remain In the middle of tbe old channel, aa before the change. OUTBREAK OF SIBERIAN PLAGUE. the toga-Ir- Km gas J of I, city, Dec. 19. The convlo-State Senator William F. But-n for soliciting a bribe was today by the Kansas City court nppeals. la the circuit court Sot af-rf- 1 e, were married today In the lc cathedral, which was crowd-- i mem-,prominent Japanese end Thef the diplomatic corps. se ceremony end the German tarriage, which fatter was per by the German miniater.Oonnty preceded the in the cathedral. ico-Valle- be-Hue-s convicted and fined 9100, LINE FIXEDl Dec. Bt. Jan. 19. The governer of Viscount Moil, formerly or of Petersburg, Viatka reports a serious outbreak M minister to Germany, uni of Siberian plague in factories la tha e Alexander Von districts of Viatka and Slobodskoi of the German which are fur coats b, ac-fan- In passen- HttsfWdt-Trach-attach- Fin-ai- beglu-hrn- 19. Hannah, for the preparing troops in Manchuria. Two hundred and forty-seve- n cases havs already been reported. The plague haa been traced to sheepskins, and the delivery of fur garments to the troops haa been suspended. relig-remon- Portsmouth, O.. Dec, 19. Lorenzo Dow McKinnie, aged 81 years, who had hia funeral sermon preached fa 1896, m. Dec. 18. The funeral of died here today. Ten thousand people Mary Andrews Clark, attended the funeral services, which William A. sere held eight years ago in a grove 1. 8. Senator . Rose Clark, who died in near here. , iturday night after a brief take place on next Tuesday Washington, Dec. 19. The house toSix grandsons will bear the day refused to pass a Joint resolution their last renting place in containing a provision to hold the inmetery in this city, augural ball In the cipturf, instead of the library of congress. . inter-privat- e. Dec. 19. Washington. Pee. 19. The Russian deleinternational commission, Bbsw today transmitted to the te is to inquire into the North Sea an estimate from Secretary nt reached here today, being the JUO.ono for a light house the Hawaiian Islands. brelgn delegation to arriv. is OVER Hia Bonds Fixed at 9500, in Default of Which He Goes to Jail. I Secretary the house Metcalf of tender for com-Iiiif-- of The preliminary examination Net ChriaiiBiiM.-- t upon ike charge ot iiuitlter to have boon cnir j n.iiied with Mr. Christina Grow un GOES EAST HE SPEAKS the -- ltd of Dcir-mbWHEN HE waa hoard bo-WELL OF LTAH AND HER fore Judge Howell and veslrrJay PEOPLE. at the eoiieiUBtoa of ihe saute me , f Judge hold that there was sunn-ren- t Hs Believes In Telling tha Truth and evidence presented to believe the Giving Real Fcts About Utah. guilty and accordingly bound him to the dislrtct coqrt fixing his bonds at 9500. The prosecution John P. Weak; ii, wlio is well known waa conducted by County Attorney and hs s host cf i. in every val- llulauUal, while W. L. Maginnis aponis wiio believe, in adley of Utah, peared for the defendant. Mis. Grow, vertising Utah in vc way. The fol- cherlff Bailey of Weber county and lowing from the Muline, 111.. Journal Police Officer Robcic Burke gave shows how he talks i.i u,. east: for ihe slate. Tbe delciise did Mr. John P. Makiii, an old and not introduce any evidence. esteemed Salt of Lake xsi.ient highly City, Utah, ia a put-s- i at the Harms Hotel. A repot ler of the Journal FINDING CF FACTS called on Mr. and put a numIN WOCllEY CA ber of question, a. to the conditions in Utah, and alro about tbe investigation guiug on as to Seuaior Smoot, la Examination of Hayford in Cracker answer to the questions, he replied; Cass Continued. Let me say, foiter than r state in America, excepting probably The following mailer claimed toe Iowa and Illinois, or any land under attention of Judge Kolapp in the S heaveu, la Utah. Her scenery i. mote Judicial District ouurt hi mornthat than of Switzerland. majestic ing: From extreme north to extreme south In the case of E.T. WoulJey vs. the extends a chain of valleys gemmed Ogden Woolen MiSs, In which a dewith lake. piccision was secured Inst week awarding ture ever,aeen or sung ia reproduced. Mr. 97u8 for sorvfaes aa manThe people of Utah are Just as ager Woolley of the woolen fading! of pure. Just as honest and virtuous s a facta and concluslima mllla, of law srfra preof in class union. the Tha people sny by A. E. Pratt far tha plainMormon era plain, kindly and hos- sented tiff and George McCormick for the deone to their within sny gates. fendant pitable company, nud argued settled Their platform aud pulpit Is open to and signed In open mart, .. ,, visitor. any In the case of Georgia Crocker, adThe ever upiiermost question of ministratrix, vs. the Union PacUlo Railpolygamy ia dying out rapidly. The road company, on motion of A. W. marmanifesto went only to future Agea for hearing aud the exriages. Moat polygamists wars old peo- amination plaintiff, of A. C. Hayford on plain-tlff'- a ple. The great majority ot them were motion to nuppreas deposition of poor; they could nut give their poly- nald A. C. Hayford ordered continued wives desert homes and separate gamist them. For years they Lad knows na to Fridny, December 23, 1964. other relations; moreover they believed it was a divine relation. What could WELL-KNGW- N YOUNG They do? And was it not clear that with the marriages stopped it would be MAN IS DUO but a little while when tha system would reass to exist? Tha mauifasto Typhoid Pneumonia Bring Death Af-tc-r was fcsued fa 1891, 13 years ago. Una-thiBrief Illness of the polygamists, men that were alivf then, ara now dead; in a fsw Arnold Bigler, one af the young men of Box Elder county, died years mors they will all be gone. I say God blea them, both hers Sunday at tha home of hie father, Adam ami hereafter, for they were and ara Bigler, st Plymouth, after a brief from typhoid pneumonia He was grand souls, and I respect them even 2 years of age, and was a ia their deluded belief. wealthy "I have known for many years Sen- cattleman. Undertaker Lerkin shipped ator Reed Smoot, w hom 1 know to be a casket to Plymouth this morning. one of the purest and best of men. His The funeral will be held there Tuesday home life ia ideal yet real. Thera would afternoon. Mr. Bigler has many relanot be s 'kirk from any true American tives and friends In Ogden who will be aa to hia right, lawfully and morally, shocked to lean of hie sudden and unif they knew him and hia loved ones. timely death. Ha la in heart and mind an American, faithful to hia native state and tha naEcsenia, scald hood, hives, itchiness tion. He has never broken one of its of the skin of any sort instantly relaws. He fa not a polygamist, and nev- lieved, permanently cured. Doan's A reword of Fifty Dehare (50.M), wU ha paid hy the Utah Light er haa been. Nearly all creeds known Ointment. At auy drug afore. ft Fewer Co. for the arrest of party or parties who oa tha evening oi to rhustendom are united fa Utah April 29th, 1903, rassed a short slroult" os Ita oisotrto transmitstea mingle soMormons and Mae, through Istarteraaaa la some maaoar with sold ootspsay's Hwea cially and in business. The visitor to at a point about one mils south from fho power hoasa, knows aa F5 Utah fa not able to distinguish out aaeor Station, soar tha mouth of Ogdsa Canyoa. from the other, end one finds both equally intelligent aud progressive. Persons are warned not to Interfere la say wise with sold Ho No, air, 1 am not a Mormon. I am to oafs to the pahHa If wsmoiaated, hut serious results to prepare l a Fraternalfat. I have been a resident ly and possible fatal results to pars nos coo be canoed through tha of Salt Lake, Utah, since 1869. My breaking of Insulators, or the throwing of wires, limbs of tress, or Chas. visit is to a son, Moat here my Sure purpose Thoroughly Mm liar obstruction ever tha wires of company's said alaatria vlvOr of Present War Arrives at W. Meskin, who is with the Eben lisa. Holden company. I intend visiting New Moscow. 01 Washington. York City, Philadelphia, D. C., before I return to my mountain Moscow, Dec. 1. (Correspondence of S9 Re Mfipfc home. the Associated Press.) Kirincbeneko, Utah, we lore thee. probably the moat thoroughly man who has survived tha present war, arrived recently from Harbin, ' We where, after weeks in the hospital, the doctors extracted seventeen bullet a . now ram. raTsitai-n- fa uiKtomm.1 from him, amputated one leg, and disCm TniaUM, ? a a.jj.-vuatt. m Uh T.bil t.i charged him S cured. He gave his ex- V .Mm, SIMM INMMM of PMMt. Ou alala . Its penance In a quiet, mnuer-of-fnM ft Wn.til aaum.MiMih. way, nnd one can hardly do better than j USuraa. its. Vluw' Immi, SIMM SalMi BufilMr. hia own Vak , Ski. m j words. aaid: He quote . muiim aa aa.aw.uw. reSecret Service Agents Locate Miter-ia-. l waa at Liao Yang that I got put i It ar IM bnh him. M i. ft4 Baw.l In Cuntem Used and Presses, Tra.H . e n (er Si aMti, Mima M- -i out of commialon for good. On the Tap. War . Maf rmr Ufa na, feiting Indian Head 2 of we hsd been evening Kflwrar. lawanai. ate., aa all ISnwy September Natw York. Bill, In aa can Dlaaaaaa. fnaaw ordered tn attack some of tha Japanese Wwa Caraa. Writ, hr Traalew trenches. We had to cross a good piece M l at pin frMaf Iwwaalialiaa yaw w ( tall fraa. New York, Dec. 19. Secret service of open ground under a heavy cross-Ar- e succeedhave to ware and there men are reported every falling step agents ed in locating in this city the mater- from tha time wc broke cover to the a Bar fra say af te W.Mraraa Sn aa N aaak a B1ABOU-ASWfaa used la u we minute rushed trenches ar SI aaaaa st the Van SaaruiaMia. Taa aaa aathe ials and printing presses i leaa ana, aia wa reason aaa lndfan-beavast upo aa r a or. Utnu na af aaUaa ittSTHi of counterfeiting point the bayonet. Nothing happenha aa. MOW WB WAST VOCltSa vo laaaraM to. west talb 111 la aaitas CWOOWtO TOU wit! U dlaUai-- l aaanm Wa Sara extensively ed to mo until we were close to the s M wa bills which have been aa an a auk a aalll wa aa will aukita any ilaaaa hf i A aataaiary states. fraa. floated all over the eastern Japanese linen, when I got n bullet In t VaiaaMta Maahau. Bawlaal Waaa-aaUwaaial fra Sim Mla,lTlas a. wax cula. mi a Mac SffUf my right foot that brought ma down. paraiaBrrt iong campaign against the gang ymai aa m V art IB. taaaaaM uf U I Ulan. wu cairr pvoijsh roan minated last week In the ariosi of From that time I we no mors good exLa aa. frame - Ia, ate in rsivati inauAsim a., ipataal.'i Charles Adamson, who is now in Jail cept os a target, but I most My 1 drew i. WNA stress SS vt waa H a a Sira of a deal ammunition Conn. good I New aa. at Haven, Japanese arnea awr at u wa Saea orvii.a hours: lkMLNh . at Iasi I tat; hafwa aa 1 kwa aaa wwy. TMi thrown if that counted for anything. Great secrecy haa been 2482 Wash Avet fellows went Our on AgService and carried the about the case and Secret DRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists Ogden, Utah. ent Flynn, who handled the case, ab- Japanese trenches on the left In n hand-to-hafight and we ran usually solutely refuses to discuss It. Adamson was kept In tbe local agency ot whip those fellows if we ran get close the department three days and nights enough to them. But there was n long before the caso waa completed. He line of works on the right that wa did waa arrested in a furnished room In not take and where they kept on shootEighth ' avenue, where it Is alleged ing. They were the people who did for he was negotiating fur the sals of me. I was on the ground with my teeth From The some notea The supposed buyer was chattering, mostly with pain. Scared? a detective and he arrested Adamson Of course I was. I guess anybody would on the spot No trace of the printing be neared under the circumstance, it Thrice-aWee- k outfit could be found, however, and seemed to me when those fellows found thla being the moat important pert, I was nut dead they did not take sn the search waa continued over a wide interest In shooting at anything but section of the city. Information fin- ms. That probably wan not so, but thut wwvwwvwwwww seemed nt the time. ally waa obtained and the materials was the way I itmade mind to up my get Anyhow were gathered in at different houses. World Is Issued three times a week thut tu, evThe Tbrice-a-Wro- k toward the Adamson is asserted to be well con- out and crawled along other Bundny and haa all tbe merits of a daily at except morning ery over our men where had gone trenches nected in this city. Tbe entire news service of Tha World establish-min- t, of a the weekly. prica I He Is highly educated am Is said the top. As no one came back Is at Ua service, and it tells you of all imexistence. in the largest to be one of the cleverest men of the thought they must have caplnrej them. fa reevents Impartially. Everything portant promptly, sccarnlelyrand unkind in America but le asserted to I had no mra than started going In Its columns without partisan prejudice or favor. Us object is to ported have become a user of opium, which til a bullet in my right shoulder rolled give the news as it to. In addition It publishes serial stories by tbe worlds of course, be was not permitted to me over again. I got myongun in my most famous authors, strong political csrtoous, and elaborate and accurate then and left crawling. hud kept have after hia arrest market reports. No other publication give half so much at the money. left leg Just shot in Then I Quantities of paper and ink enough above thegotknee. Thenthe Bring especially desirous of adding 25,000 new namen to our mailing bultwo or three to print a million dollars worth of list quickly, we make the following unusual club offer In fact, the beat I In me tha dropped offer ever Issued: fives, were found In many hiding lets got nnd helpedright leg. clubbing myself along with places about the city. There waa a my gun hand. But they must have left my press and a photographer's outfit tothought I wu having too easy a time Thrice-a-Weegether with many delicate instruments of R it, for I got shot through the left and the coloring materials of the skill- shoulder and that brought me down ed counterfeiter. wu nothing for It then Adamson was taken to Connecticut flat. There along like a snake on my for hearing because a rase has al- but to wriggle and stomach. I kept on getting breast ready been worked np there in which hot in my right leg. but all the feeltwo ot bis alleged pals are under Inhad gone out of it, no I did not ing dictment mind that much. The last time I recollect getting hit wu again in the left Chefoo, Dec. 19.-- 1:30 p. m. A camp shoulder. follower who saw a rot t ion of tbs It wa dusk by the time I got to the fighting at 203 Meter Hill and who ar- trenches and when I finally wriggled rived here from Dalny today says that over the top I thought they were full of Com man.ler Mizzenoff's dnmription of Japanese. But it happened what Japthe fighting - not exaggerated. He be- anese uniforms I were on corpse World and tha new 1905 World Ah Or, we will oend the Thrlce-a-Weelieves. however, that the Russian loss- and the live people were talking Rusmanse sod Encyclopedia for 11.10, delivery charges prepaid. es will exceed 2.000, as staled by sian, so I yelled for help. The men Those taking advantage of the 91. CO offer and also desiring the Almawae, The Ruwdan dead, be said, were took me to a bandaging station two ulitain same bj sending 5 instead of 91.60. may indiscriminately mingled with heaps miles away ud the doctors did not rates are pet and only apply to remittance! made direct to thla These of Japanese deed. The slope of 203 think I wa much good keeping. I had office. Meter hill being very steep and smooth, thirteen bullet in my right leg nnd side Three tree sample copiss of Ura Thric--Wee- k World will be sent you the Japanese prepared for thrir ad- and four Mattered around other parts Address upon postal card tequesL vance by shelling the hillside. The of me. But they tied me up and sent THE WORLD, ehells in exploding hollowed out foome on to Ilsrbin and there they cut my P. Box 1703, New York, N. Y. tholds. In boom instances tin Japanese leg off. It was not fit to keep. So here found protection behind the heaps of I am. crippled, but that is better than NOTE Always fill In P. O. box number. Thus your letter will reach their own dead. being dead ur prisoner." Proper Department promptly WORLD. ! allt-Kt'- d 1 or 1 i ) ? d ten-liitm- Mi-ak- V Com-miasiun- o any-othe- to-o- u I t 0 f Vs-p- rd best-kno- Incor-purstu- 7, ' t 1 1 electric light cotup&uy bad with the request to put iu poles iif a certain height at the rear ot lb court bouse building and had been planted permission to do so, aud that tin; pruiMwtui fence west ot lae build-in- s bad been ordered built. Cijiuiui.ssinni r Stanford reported that made to take arr.it.geuioa: had care of Mr. K. G. Day and little children, Mr. Day tow being in the county ja:l awaitiug trial fur ewbexxie-inen- t. The wife sail children wnl bo home. caiL J for a: the Cniu-Du-A cinv.iuuiraiion was received from . I the county auditor asking that nine RIO CRANDE WESTERN MUST FIX warrants which hsd remained uncan-cctle- d fur two year la ranceiied. ne CROSSING AT WILSON. request was complied with. Tbe board adjourned to meet next Map and Blue Prints of Headwater of OgJen River to be Made for Tuesday. State Hatchery Site. THE RIVERDALE At the mivtlug of the boaid ot counAMUifcMENT COMPANY ty t aupt'rimen-deuJ. that t ottuti, it. repuireu uf the Kio Grande Western Atait-roa- d Files Articles of Incorporation With County Clerk. couiiiaut, had been uuiilicd, November imh, u repair tbe crossing at Artlclce of Incorporation bringing W'ltvun which was in a deplorable con-d-ll ion, and had replied at that time into existence the Kiverdale Amusethat ho would attend to the inatlor ment company of Kiverdale, were filed but hod doue nothing up to date. yesterday. The capital stuck of tbe comStanford was intruded to pany is 93.500 divided Into 910 shares. residents have already signcoutmuuicaie with A. E. Welby of the Fifty-twrailroad compauy, urging Immediate ed for shares aggregating in valua 91610. repairs. The company is organized for fifty Mr. Stanford reported that he Lad Investigated the matter of having a years to conduct amusements, enterand map made vf the territory embracing tainments, dances and shows the headwater uf tbs Ogden river in meetings and to erect buildings ami relation to the cat ablish went of a gov- purchase necessary land." The officers and directors arc: John ernment fish hatchery ud had found that the oust of the map ud blue T. Bybee, president; William Stratton, and director; B. B. Fare prints would be 945. He wu uthorix-e- d ker, secretary and director; and A. A. to have the work dune. The bond of William M. Holmes wu Biufham. treasurer and director; Sanaccepted to serve tbe uuexplred term ford Fife, director. constable at Wilaon. William VuAlen of the Wasatch Ore I wonder why tha Japs dont (aka chard compauy, uked for a remis- Fort Arthur." sion of 915U on license, which he had I'll tell you." paid la response to a circular giving Why?" a schedule of license rates In busiBecause theyre waiting until the nesses similar to hia owa. The re- Chadwick mystery Is solved.. They mission waa uked on the grounds probably wouldn't get noticed on the that other similar businesses were not 11 rat page of the papers if they took generally taking out licenses and that Fort Arthur today." Cleveland Flat a tha latter were collected only ia a few Dealer. lnstuoue. Tha matter wu Use a under advisement. The Child Aunt Mary, nurse says A communication wu received from when it It's the Lord scoldMilton Metxler uking that be in' ua. thunders, refunded an erroneous nsaeasnieul on Aunt Mary Perbape it la, dear. property in Central lark annex. The HteChild Well, I don't ace whet he's matter wu referred to tbe committee got to be so ntad about I'ae done every on taxes. t brush my teef. flng today The county attorney presented an Brooklyn Life. amended claim of !i. Millard, Justice of the peace of Uintah, for arresting I miNlaiil 9250 fast night nnd bringing Charles Hsrir to Ogden, Tough luck. Cent you think where to 92.70. you put it? reducing the claim from The reduced claim was accepted. "Yes, I know; I laid it on the wrong Commissioner Wilson reported that card."' Cleveland Leader. 96-3- n, post-nffle- IS NOT A KNOCKER Ovor. tD tt ON PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION ADULTERY CHARGE HELD THIS AFTERNOON. of Stockholders to be Called to Further Talk the Matter IS WON KELS CHRISTIANSEN I 5 DECEMBER 20, 1901, I 95-1- ill-ne- en Reward. a Warning A REWARD OF FIFTY DOLLARS RECEIVED SEVENTEEN WOUNDS Shot-to-Pieeo- traao-mMol- UTAH LIGHT Bjr A eu t POWER CO.. 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