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TOE MOBNING EXAMINER: OGDEN, SATURDAY UTAH, SAIT LAKE AND STATE NEWS TjIINEM NEVER better. . V. nee IE The New U': National JL BepuUUc returned last tiuva week trip la the 9& T ent Thanksgiving day WO, who are rth til two Andover academy . w ii sender boys delight to call (.'may Bill," bieaubti of hia affliction had trouble with a iuttuier boy this morning In fivui of Meredith's trunk store ou Kaet Temple direct. The luesst-ugo- r had been .tormenting Willie until the latter auduei'ly made ftp attack and knocked his tormentor through Meredith's plate glass window. Officer Morris arrested Willie and took him to the elation. The ktiler Bent fur his parents aud an offer was made to pay fur the broken window. The unfortunate boy will not be prose1 cuted. Phillips well fttcmdoiiiEreport ,Uiel kindness yr in the east a remarkably vd with aa ouilooli for tad tSSt " is la the hipest la fact, the Men 00 h K barring 7 Thick cannot be10 provided prevent in nothin ed0'- -.therefruoi experiencing the L'rosperoue year in the hietoy at feelln of i line of trade that is moat and there is no calamity hrMr. tlmu s; the store ol the u: Wrtl:' IliV Mer-1-- 0 Roy 1 Ilf-EtoaThere irui-lvi'1- .' I Sm-.- I 1 e 1 ln-e- 3tith Si Dee. IS. Mm. Mary John, wfs of President David John of the llah stake, died at her home in Provob o'clock Met night, from pneu-unatU gbe had been 111 for only a few faro. ;i diyw Km John was born In Mirkln, Wales, December 23, became a member of the am in 1867. In Fehnmry. I860, she ns narried to David John and in 1861 eeompaaied him to Utah, sharing ffh him the hardships of an overland trip with ox wagons. The family arrived here September 13, 1861, and dace that time their home has been a fmft For many years Mr. John was counaelor to the late Margaret T. Snoot of the Utah stake relief society. !ob her death twenty-twyean ago. Ifca John became stake preetdent and contiaued in that capacity until her Math Mrs. John waa a woman uni rasslly beloved far her kind heart and aod deeds. She did all that was in Mr power as president of the relief aieiety to make its work effective, and Me carried sunshine into many a borne daring an hour of affliction or trouble. Mrs. John tm survived hy one son a isd three daughters. The funeral win he held Sunday at 1 oclock la the Utah wake Tabernacle, m, and o ser-riee- COAL SHORTAGE MAY BE OVERCOME. Salt Lake, Due, IE The Utah Fuel aanpaay, with an eye single to the welfare of the people of this state, rather than to making business outside the stab; has ordered that no more eoal he shipped beyond the stave hotudaiiN until further order. AU the ooal that can he mined at the four great camps of the fuel company will be distributed among consumers in Ltah, whilo the stringency laeta. The nilroadft are consuming more coal than ever, with the remarkable In of locomotives end the number of trains of all kinds; and the we partlcu-uri- y in Idaho and eastern of the nut alatee has enormouslyparts Increased wa demand for coaL Veterans in Hie Mmh say the only way to avoid uwble in the future is to stock up wing the summer at the city yanla, Act when the cold weather oumes found an abundant emer-pmetorage from which to draw on y- - The recent explosion In the ming mines has proven a factor h Aorteulng Hie output from that hem will be y Peter. HELD UP AND ROBBED. Lake, Dec. 16. There was an holdup about 9:45 o'clock last the victim being a young man T. R. Cunningham, who resides Fourth South street, while on hia way home last night ? T confronted by two holdups, one masked and armed with a big He was ordered to throw up and quickly complied with "command. One of the robbers then Cunningham's gold watch and DJ ordered the young man to ? r home. The police were notified working on the case. ? "d. " 8EAKS PLATE GLASS WINDOW. Uk- - Doc. .21, wopie minded 15. Willie Shepard, youth, whom the roec-o uFast Going1 Perfectly Safe one of PLAITS HARNESS. Avoid Accidents! karnees la I h 'f'n a constant troul,le, Bnd may lie the Borlou accident. Von J Ha 8'1'. Tw l,. , . new i - . mew-- io in-!- ; : 11 -- - We roid hint 1 Suit for 1 1 82X00 Hat for Fr. Shoe- - for 3.50 A00 J Shirt for . . , , . . , . . . . , . , . . . . 2 Sts. Under ear for 3.00 3 Fro 1.00 2 C 3 Ho-- e ........ , Silk Tie Handkerchief 3.00 1.00 1A0 g He paid us 848-0- And that' why be went away : to happy. tile mw the big electric sign). Beautiful Ye,' Happy Yen, Why? The reason is vary plain. Sh "looked" and looked and looked" for Christmas things for Father for Brothers and for Him" and at last, came here, of course. We sold ben fl.00 1 House Coat for 250 1 Rcffcr Muffler foTibMaoto 1.60 I Hquftrft Muffler for .70 I Mens Muffler for.......... 1 Ear Muff Muffler for 1A0 1 Fr. Mlippero for. 1.00 1 Pr. . .. M0 1 I mbrells. 0 ......... ns. ...... ...... , 021-76 And (list's the reason sits looks Bbe paid . no beppr- - (Bbe also saw the big electric sign), . re-l- Happy, Romping, Rollicking fellows these. They're urging, ller-rime- -- harness T"r working teams or carriage no'' a prices that are espe- Driving Gloves, and Ix'p Robe are , in price tor this week. 3 Platt Saddlery Co. fi 3392,-795,2- $358,-711.2- $34,-083.9- 1! Ave. 378 Twenty-thir- S 1 pulling and hurrying their mother to the store that give a rifle with each suit. They know tbe etore. She knows the kind of suite we seB. sL s od '- es . E r Morid-lliin- liue whe-i-i-i- - her: We sold 1 1 1 1 2 2 d 81 J 1 DEATH OF MRS. JOHN. " December came came in just us this man came with a rush. Weve been rushing ever since he came. We tilled his bags and many others. He rejoices now because he came to this store. J & Jt - ft Jhlt ter The Quality Store 1 . rirtcee stocks are not high. JJSErconsldnrin the dividends ffBsld hr the ootnpanlea they rep-52Md it la likely that there may rTadvmnoe in the eame. Money "Tin. hein loaned at 6 per cent, the tonka that make a and call iJSr., of handling Moeka immediate money centers, 771., higher rate of intwent is often 3lr Kaon found oonsiderstde in Utah on Smi lakes st Boston of of the large investment and 'Utah mines, in capital STwas a sentiment that the devel-gHni- a of the oomin year ip this would prove most advantageous a its mining, commercial and .indue L interests, 9o Mr. Knox returns city of hla adoption in better adn --Mu end In strong tr hope than ever 2. the solid growth and industrial it of both city and state. population, 1W3. a.-it- hat - 1 011 lt5. c e? ; 'Ft'.' H. ..1.1 :i mk- in your stock SaiuiiUv If Jiii a lil !k 11, o was heard and the lioj It' au J slut dch n:ii n a hd proiu-".i- of 825. or In "o lull) hill of (Mtuum to bo kept in Jail 1 xuiii ;ir- was ii... iweu;-hvliving sai- For some lime theie iio joi 1, " . what else I lia- tome light tiugi-rei- l work go. I iii.iy hai these geu- ing ou about tl.e diffeient store and lU iin'ii mv it was lit civic ilia l whenever the culuues 1 onti-nc- il ; ct ive. 10 prit Wd- - takv-- he was 10 be made au liin coni ru. ; and exjtnpL of. ihiiuFliit uughs ' limed- I The lio s who have been waiting the knew whom U.iJ trustees sitting of court in Summit county ou but d d i.i-- i he know , j.i.,,, i9 divest charge of breaking into a warehouse Kock.1 aud stealing thciefrom several kegs of kiiusiir of coirro: jSked Mr. bvr will lie taken to Coalville tomor- Hugh,- -. did you WIFE CHARGES CRUELTY. ca-trow and T. their heard by Judge ' w.mvj 1 wo i Balt Lake. Dec. IE Margaret! Deal D. Lewi. Mi. Hmi. I ikiijfc i;)a guy uu The condition of 'Ihouias Suguru. 01 lUd suit, for divorce in the district son of Mr. and Mrs. lit- im med as Mr. Hi.,r, lunned them, court today against E. P. Deal on the the nr.iM be io a cer;a u irnt under hi ground of cruelty. They were mar- Timothy Bugurue. who wa opuacd eourol ried at Farmington on March 38, 1901, upon at the Miners' hospital fur u j iiidu uui of bi I's-- i n, h;ij uained a i ogaiikjiiion as and it is alleged that the cruel treat- extreme rase of Iieidetit. l did n.maud a right ment of plaintiff by defendant has exencouraging today. The little 10 name tru:i merely that tended over a period of from March I, follow baa txvn ailing for some im . ; be :.,iem uf Ryan. 1904, to December 7, 19u5. aud that the and it was decided on Tuesdav that I offered 10 turn nk over to the in;. Indignities heaped upon pit in tiff ha tv the only possible way to rate hi- - tile j iK'ii-l- i if all did. , t.e why he was a apeedy operation. Accordingly, j houid no: become unbearable. i.'imake number nikices on Wednesday morning Dr. y hit- mo were pur. re- - 1 kindred, jf wltb the the operation, performed CONGRESSMAN HOWELL ON VISIT was mu . ,.,u. aUd did suit that at thia time it is hoped the 11'W lOliidder a phik.i iei: r--r linn to pay it his will condition and well, hoy get W'ashinfcton. D. Dec. 15. Reprewhich h w is going to get is more luieh sentative Howell and wire, with their eeins to iudicale that there when he got ci.::-,i- i of the fai fa in a show than tor. fighting 1: was boot one two youngest children, left fur New f my iuterest iu die Equitable tliai I wmi'e'ii York today for a brief visit to their share. eldest non, who la a studeut in Colum- KARRIMAX MAKES k There was no puanibil-'of a pauic. bia university, and incidentally Mr. No one but Ryan bu.l su h a view. 1 Howell will do much of her Christmas doubt whether he bud GOOD VITMXS ihd you tell Ryan if he did not give shopping in Gotham. share of the .mo, you would you ASK HARRIMAN S AIO. ,ked Mr. New York, Dec. 13- .- E. H. Harrlman oppoe whatever he dm, Hughe. in insurance the investigation today Xo. ir. A wrong interpretation Lay Coal Shortage Before Railroad said lia- - been that be was instrumental in put on wha- mum our of Magnate in Telegram. r havhills from being introduced in thin. I hare no recollection Salt Lake, Dei. 13.' The Herald the legislature to aid one faction in ing Miid to Ryan 1 did not Intend to let control ibui mock uulena Mya: the Equitable to get control of the I hadanybody share la 1L r.iunot say posBoth the Salt Lake Real Estate as itively ihai I did not any it. oociallon and the Gommerpial club are aociety. Did you tell him be would have when a Mr. Hurriman said that alive to the uecealty of relieving at once the coal ithortage tu Sail lke. move was on foot to give the control your help If be gave you a sharer made no demand tor ihe stock, Vesterdy the Salt lke Real Estate of the Equitable to James W. Alexan- but I insisted that he should ensure me aeuoriatlon cent a tPlegram to K. H. liarriman urging that he lend hi in- der and bis friends, hy means of legis- of the purity of bi motive which he fluence to procure coal for thl city, lative action at Albany, he wired cer- could do by giving me a ahare." Did you tell him he could not sucwhile the (kimmerclal club decided to tain persons at Albany to keep him appeal to the local heads of the Rio Informed as to the progress such pro- ceedI without your help!" was convinced that be intended who Grande Western and Oregon Short ceedings might make. Asked these persons at Albany were, Mr. to canter the control of rhn Equitable Line railroad. The telegram sent by the realty Harrlman requested that he be excused in ItfniM-l- f and 1 told him that my would be thrown agniusl from answering. Hs said be did nut men follow: want to answer because he did not him, 1 told him I would use every . H. Harrlman, New Tork Cliy. There I a coal famine In this city. want to give occasion for sensational effort I could. It wan not bo alrennous an interview. It lasted only fifteen Hundreds of families are in want of newspaper headlines. The committee and counsel, Mr. minutes," fuel. The weather 1 cold. Great sufDid yon refer to legislative action Imminent, unless the situa- Hughes, retired tor consultation. fering Mr. Harrlman said he should like to or say anything about the legislature? tion 1 quickly relieved. Practically no I do not recall any such thing nor coal arriving over your lines. Respect- ciiusult before reidying. The commits decided, howsvsr, that I would do anything to induce legfully invoke your Immediate eld. deny, positively, SALT LAKE CITY REAL ESTATE that he should answer and he did so, islation. J cannot ASSOCIATION.1 saying that the persons from whom that I did. I do not know that U would not have been were proper. EveryThe board of governor of the Com- be had requested the Information be legismercial club at Its regular meeting yes- Governor Higgins and tba lets Speak- body knew that there would 1 recollected lation on If the Mr. matter. Aftor er of the Nixon, noon assembly. In discussed Mtuatlon the terday all Its phases. As a ronlt formal re- Harrlman had answered concerning it, I would bo perfectly willing to tell quests have been mailed the railroad Governor Higgins and Speaker Nixon. it." Did you uko any slept to thwart companies that every effort be exert- Senator Armstrong; chairman of the his plan? committee, said: ed to fill the demand for tuL Not yet. I bod no conversation We are sorry you give such an air The Commercial club lint took up of mystery lo this matter, aa we all with Governor Odell about advisabilthe coal shortage quitiiion about month ago. when repreteniaiivea of all know such inquiries are regular and ity of a legislative Investigation, nor about any kind of legislation whatcoal Interests were called Into confer- common. I ask the ever. I knew nothing about this inMr. Harriman then said: ence. At that time It became plain to and not bring vestigation. whatever. the board of governors that the great- presa to spare these mm Mr. Harriman said he la la polities est cauae for the scarcity was the un- their names into the headllneR. ha some political Influence and and west. of the precedented development New York, Dec. 15. E. H. Harriman he did not conrider lt improper If be Western Industrie bad taken stride did use his political' influence against the which It was Impossible for the rail- was called to the stand roads or other human agencies to foreInvestigating committee open- Rysn. Nothing improper In Ryan's conduct see, It was explained. The coal oper- ed Its session today. Mr. Harriman said he learned of the of the Equitable hat yet come to my ators declared It waa impossible to get men to work the properties, while the sale of the Hyde stork on the day that attention, he quid, and I have not had lime to atfond to It. If anything had railroad offlcials made It plain that Mr. Ryan bought IL He lelephom-an.l asked hint If he had come to my attention I would have they were absolutely helpless as far aa to Mr. Ryan acted." ' bought it-providing rolling stock. What 1 your political influence?" The coal situation here hae caused Ryan said the purchase was condiit is Ruth a any. man of promifear for several week thnr a famine tional," said Mr. Harriman, and that waa impending, and now, with cold be wautrd to see me and talk with me nence hat who baa never sskd one weather coming on, the situation, say and that he wanted my help. 1 criti- to do anything Improper. I have greet dealers and consumers, is, becoming cised hla plan and wanted to know interest In New York and am often what he meant by tt. Ten or fifteen consulted. desperate, Mr. Hughes asked how be wan conminutes later I went to Ryan's office. decided to buy the sulted. He told me he had CAR SHOPS FOR SALE LAKE. I had to do with preventing bill stock and said ' it waa time for. him a name for hlmsrlf. He said from being introduced In the legislaBalt Lake, Dec. 15. The Herald to make he had decided to buy Hyde's stock ture by one faction In the Equitable say: control of tbe society." for provided he could get his nominee to get lias 2.(NK),OOQ An expenditure of been ebarged that through elected chairman of the board. He It withBall in Lake new car shops large Mid he had made a good deal of money your relation wllh Mr. Odell you have in the next five years la contemplated and never What would you bad aone to make political influence. by the Gould Interests for the Rio a name for himself. anything as to that, asked Mr. Hughe. I his aay questioned PaWestern the Grande Western and motive. He had told me he wanted my Well. I should think Mr. Odell has cific. According to information of n rea I waa the one man In New political influence because of hla that help; liable character It la proposed to spend HarrlMr. lions with me, deaired." whose Tork he replied help 88OO.06O almost to Immediately, and What kind of help!" naked Mr. man. (Laughter). continue the expenditure until at least A few minutes later in hi testimony Hughes, counsel to the Investigating 83,000,000 has been spent. Mr. Harriman returned to the subject committee. The capacity of the present shop, To help him get hla nominee elect- of former Governor Odell and politiwhich include a machine shop, a foun- ed chairman of the board," replied Mr. cal Influence and said: dry, a blacksmith shop, a car shop, a Harrlman. Mr. Hughe, you spoke about Govbn will and a roundhouse, shop paint what grounds he had ernor Odell and my having political Asked more than doubled. Where about 700 criticised upon n Mr. Ryan's plan, Mr. Influence becauHe of my relations or men are now employed In the shops affiliation with him. 1 would like to replied: of the Rio Grande Western, over 1,500 Well, It was rather staggering to ay that all last spring during the will be. employed in the combined enyliody that Ryan wanted to control controversy the Equitable controvershops. the Equitablo or should have control sy between i Inside factions -- that the Gould The ultimate plan of of It" Odell waa not here, nor wa Governor locomola to have shopa where I told htm, continued he communicated with about it, so tives can be built from the ground I was satisfied (bat be that he had no hand In It whatever. that If up, and where brand new car can be waa acting from a pure and unselfish And during that period were you turned out. All the heavy repairing motive in the interest of the In consultation with member of the Tor the two roude will be done in Balt I would help him. He toldEquitable me his legislature," asked Mr. Hughes. Lake, and tbe new shops, it Is said, plan. I did not foil him then that I Not specially." will be the largest in the west. wanted a share in the Hyde stock. I In regard to insurance mutter, Tbe new shops, it Is said, will be lo- assisted him to get his nominee electI had the matter watched at Alcated on the present site of the Rio ed. to see what attempts were being Grando shopa, though it 1 probable . Why did you, if you were not Mils-fle- bany made to use the legislature improperwill ba land that additional purchased. aa to the purity of hia motives, ly.'' In some cases tbe present building asked Mr. Hughes. When you refer to the possession of in new others will U added to, and I became satisfied that with Sir. influence through relations to political buildings will be erected. Morton in charge and if Mr. Ryan were you, you mean because of the many Flans for the new shops, it is said, sincere, the affairs of the Equitable Important matter In which 3011 are Inhave not yet been completed, and work would be safe. I was convinced that terested for which you atand? will not atari until early In the spring, Mr. Ryan waa sincere. I did not then Yes, in many way, it is Intended, however, that the shop think Mr. Ryan would sham the stock Haven't you. In the piomineut pofacilities shall be largely Increased by with me. sition referred 10, s great many subthe time the Western Pacific is comAssemblyman Rogers, of the com- ject that come before the leglalature? 1907. in pleted mittee. here askrd: No, I have no special interest In Local offlcials of the Rio Grande When did you resign as director of many matter that come before Ihe Western are reticent about the shop tbe Equitable T legislature." extensions and decline to give out any When the Frick committee made Well, I wa referring to matters details. This waa June 2nd. tbelr report. affecting railroad, banks and ini-- t Tbe next Interview with Ryan waa companies. on tbe Monday following tbe purchase GAIN IN POSTAL RECEIPTS. No, I never had ang hand In that. of the Ryan stock, aid the witness. Well, I diw't just understand what Salt Lake, Dec. 15. Receipt at the First, however, I told Mr. Ryan I yon meant by Influence political Balt Lake poatofflee for lBtiS will ex- had helped to elect President Morton through relation to you. said Mr. ceed those of 19p4 by over 13 per cent. and Ryan said he wanted to meet me Hughes. Postmaster Arthur L. Thomas y esflff and after Morton was elected Ryan Any common citixn ha some poday completed hia tabulation of (re- called up and said be appreciated my litical Influence," said the witness, which is accurate, help and wanted me to continue, and ceipts for the year, and if anybody in politic can get the save that the receipts for the quarter said be would do nothing further with- friendship and backing of people who. ending Dec. 13 are estimated, taking as out my consent and wanted to meet have no political end to serve, why a basis the receipts for the prrbetllng me. I made an appointment to meet that give them more or lea standhim. At 11 oclock Mr. Cravath came ing. Now. Governor Odell might rethree quarters of the year. Tbe receipts for 1906. according to and said Ryan was sorry he had to sent such a statement a that. I don't Mr. Thomas' figures, will be proceed without me. I told Mr. Cra- know whether he would or not. but I were . Those for 1904 vath I considered this an act of bad think If I was in politic I would try an increase for this year of of faith, turned my back on Cravath and to get a many men a or over 13 per cent. walked away. Mr. Ryan later asked prominence to be friend of mine. The figures here given Include me to come to his office on Monday read Mr. Mr. Hughes llarriman's postage, box and meet Mr. Root. stamp sales, second-clasprevious testimony, in which he said ' reand order "In that Interview with Cravath he be did not try to buy the Hyde stock, rents and money registry and Harriman said he did ui then ceipts. The oniy department to sshow told me that Mr. Root, bad second-claswas on the appointment or the tru-loa falling off ibis year of j have in mind hi attempt 10 - Ut f:cm that FO'irce jthe Equitable at once and that the Ryan holdings, b'e meant thn he poK'SKC. The were SlsT.g-- l ies thtH year Mian last. annouacemmtwug made In the mornmade no attemnt to buy tiie s'uck diing pjper. Tha wav the fiiet Inti- rect from Mr. Hyde. DAYS. Air. Hughe asked Mr. Harriman mation that Mr. Ryan had asked the 825 OR TWENTY-FIVwhat was his understanding as to tbe trustees to act. oci: the Hyde I want yon all to understand that absolute treesf-Park City. Dec. 14. The case of thi-rn I have- life iiisur- - to him: tin er Frank Bhriiley end Fred lUnhh'-e- r, ilt DECEMRER MORNING, 4 4 Boys Suit for Boys Suit for.., Hoy's Suit for Boy's Suit, for Boy's Caps for Boy's Caps for Leggings for Pro. Golf Glove Ir. 87-5- 0 J0 4.50 6.00 70 1.50 1J0O 1.60 S22J0 She paid u The boy got ech s rifle free, end they and she will enjoy X'maa as never before. me TOGGERY 2449 Washington Avenue rangemeni that the stock wa to bn carried for Hd in whole or In part. No, replied the wltnrs. but that was suspected by everybody. Mr. liarriman asked Mr. Hughe If be did not think the anewi-- r wa proper, end Mr. Hughe said he thought It waa, that Mr. Harrlman had in mind only that he made no offer to Hyde. Mr. Hughe asked wlmi Mr. Hurl-madid at Albany to prevent ih of ihe Eqtiiiahfo. ,M Mr. objected 10 telling. Hughe insisted and .Mr. Harrlman said lht in the Equitable trouble Mr. Hyde offered to trustee the stock as of Ryan did later, a LV..I .. kit.. L. J n Har-rljua- n realization. It was put into the hands of lawyers lo take care of thia si Albany. "The Alexander faction wcnl to Alraid the bany to oppose the plan, witness, and Mr. Platt went there to represent a committee of poltcybold-era- . I was neutral, not with either faction. I wa In communication with men who were ui inform tr.e if there wh any possibility of the Alexander i faction mu ccertifi. I do nn( want 10 tell what they reported. There bill introduced. I took step wTio with some members of the legislature to let me know If a bill wax introdoe e i ed. Mr. Hughe i ought oih ihe greie ment that Mr. Harriman did not prevent a bill being introduced and be w1 not inform'd that a Mil was going to lie Introduced. Mr. Harrlman, on leaving the witness stand, said that hi reason for wanting to kec-- Governor Higgins and Speaker Nixon s name out of the i that ino-- t peonewpaper headline ple read only 'thi- headline. Mr. wa then excused. An rumination of ihe affairs of liar-riuia- n the Provident Saving Life Assurance society wa then taken up and Edward Molr, the actuary of the society, went on the stand. Iio was examined ac 10 d mint he expense of the rectory ma-ter- .