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TIIE MOUSING EJAMINTU: OGDEN, Tl'ESDAT UTAH, Ill .!.: Ureg-iiUitium fcri; in m.' that St.i'e Laud Aatia Wcet In' .'fired iut'irmaliun ,1 u in,- whv.v,-oRuler and Homer JtfcK,ri-y- . . A. t). wb: are uudrr couvicmm cf to dtf-aii- d the I'niiee S'.a'-- f pue.ic lauds. The wbrnsj ill o! m- n eve rht! ', in,i Knowu to tue in olfieis!.. It la said. Mr. Wo-- t as.-i-.;Lji Purer and McKiulrv siv K ill in i (oiiutry and that their tie i at any time. iiiui be eimmutered. it is Lutti. m.: Kiaiid, in -- e:tlUir kOUlr of ihe swiudV-uf thu pe:Miti tu liigiu laud oiieratur who gang of 1903. DECEMRER MORNING, - - DISEASED n-.-- Papa and Mama PARE II m sold Jiiiili-u- f'-- ilii-i- cri-tihf- Dii you know that Santa Claus has arrived at the Goodale Grocery Co, with his Urge trunks full of Candy, Fancy Crackers, Nuts, Dates, Figs, Oranges, Bananas, etc, ? Losing Money on the Government Projects. hich sol-- the l atniuleut certilicales vtil hold a j chili over those of their xic.iiuH who h"M genuine certilicales or this kind th.- rlir, si to tell what (tu- - know abinu the false applications un'whirh genuine certificates were - Thui IS I) iucim'd iiiiiultfvant, are up" iu gretu numbers fur shipment- to this country, is tha charge maih- by :i Ur. Maurice Fibhrg of this of h' immigrutjoii special of the Vultad Stri'-s- . who re Flab-bercently reium.'d front ab.uud. Hr. !d ap, 111 several month in tlx world, viaiiitiK the European tirnnu-ulc of Tit.- - big steamship f lines, and making a special study the hippiug til Kusaian imiuigr.iiiiit acrokk the German fronuet. Most f nw which the doctor tha thing broad ara purated in Uie which ho mode to tha commiKakiuer general of immigration at Washing ton. Fibhbttrg Mid y.sterilay: "Tha 'curing' of diseased ulirna for Vh A bulletin isWasbirgiou, lac. sued by the geological survey ,ab the approval by the sectftwrr of the interior of the Rio Grande reclamation project in Texan and New Mexico and of the Carlsbad proper in New Mexico will bring the uni.ber of reclamation projects u t ?(. Of these eleven are minor w They provide lui- the reciuiuii.iuu if l.:()3,GOO acres of mid lauds at a him of $37,u:S.571. On June duth, Htu,'.. the total coat of construction and engineering woik perfonued by the reclamation kervioe, together with administration ex pauses, auiouuied to Ij.4tl2.1tit1. On that date the reclatnaiion fund had reached a total of $Sd.028,B71. It was estimated at tbit time that the receipts for the fiscal years IfiUfi and IfiuS would amount to (3.000,600. that the sum made available for reclamation purposes up to tbe end of lOOti would he Bine the work of re(22.U78A7I. clamation begun, 77 miles of main canals have been constructed and (4 miles of distributing canal, as well as 180 miles of ditches and 147 bridges. Over OAOO.OoO cubic yards uf earth have been excavated and three f miles of tunnel driven. and Labor, the bulletin soya, is one of the most serious problems the engineers have to confront. Several contractors engaged on government projects have already failed because of their inability to Secure the services of a sufficient number of workmen and others are on the verge of failure for the saute reason. It is equally difficult to find competent and foremen. The report contends that the tight-hou- r limitation on work I a factor, as many preferred to work longer hours. Kuv)iii:i g And Just to Keep Peace in the s AN EASY truii.-Atlanti- in'! Family Santa Claus told Mr. Good-al-e to sell Papa some Fancy Ca"gd Good Dried Fruit, Tea and Coffees, Cranber-berrlr- s PREY lr, admlaeloo to the l ulled State has become industry abroad. Ramifications of the business may . at Japs are Encountering Obstacles in Peking. South- Uoudon. Liverpool, ampton, Marseilles and ai various. frontier cities of Riurtla and In theaa cities 1 have vLtled boarding houaea and hospitals' where immigrants uttering from trachoma in its most advanced siagt were hsiug treated that they might past Inspection and and another hundred Ausiro-Hungary- thousand articles. d inter tha Don't forget the right pUee, Goodale Grocery Co. 2344 Wash. Ave. Bel Phone 137 Ind. Phone 137-- Y "Trachoma is a disease of the aye of which America ha a special horror. In Marseilles the 'treaunmut of trachoma haa assumed remarkable Here must of the immigrants from the Orient, from Syria, Armanis and neighboring countries, he United coma on their way to States. Moat of the immigrants report to a man by the name of Anton Fares, who refers them to certain hoarding houses. Later they arc sent to Dr. U. Raynaut, No. SO Boulevard d'Athenes, for nomination. Thoee who are found free from contagious diseases receive tickets and are at ones shipped to Havre. But as uun as one of these Orientals is discovered lo have trachoma. Fares ukas hold of tbs uafurtuaaie Immigrant and aaya: There an only two ways opmi to you. You can wthar go by way of 8t. Naiaaro to Mexico, where I have a gests to conduct you acroes the frontier into the Uuited States. or you cun go to a doctor aad greC cured. Now this plan la e pensive aad dangerous, but the doctor is very successful. "Of course the poor fellow goes to the doctor, who, by the way, does flourishing business. "The Hussion Hebrew comes lo America chiefly by way of lierinuny, either sailing directly from Bremen or Hamburg, or going to England and embarking from a British port. Little la dona at Bremen or Hamburg to patch up immigrants, but at the stations along the Rnstlim and Austrian fn border the practice la common, 'cure' is only moat canes (ha temporary. HORSE CLOTHING Or tiwy tacxipUua will to fowl Lora. V tr are wHk a heavy fell btorf TO CURB A COLO IN ONE DAV Take LAXATIVIS BKOMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If it fails to care. B. W. (illOVE R signature IS Oa eaoh box. 20r. uf 3ta BEAUTIFUL ON CHRISTMAS To. trill Mtd ItobM, Whips, Sllfh AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT, IMla aad a ww Harness Cor (ha Wealthy New Yorkers Are injured in CHRISTMAS SLEIGH RIDE Franco. Our aaortment of there goods was anr totter. You wttl find cnrerytMng New Vink, Dec. 18. A eabknredod la dtahla, torn and harness received in this city la- night from Faria syt: rqm here ena of our Saddles for Why not buy A automobile smash occur(ha UUla TaddyT red Sunday at a level railway crusa-litfal Aviguson. A car owned by J. C. Co. V. Spalding, a New Turk merchant, - - tile-patc-h -t g J. Platt Saddlery ,2M Wuh. Avc. Twenty-thir- at. d who resides la Florence, dashed iulo tbe barrier and wa badly tlaiuaued. were Mr. Spalding and a fth-n- y HUT HI MS? WILL FI HE Has S7S he a Pair of Military Brushes? s more appropriate a s Christmas present for man than a Diamond, a Ring or a pair of Opera Cta sari for tbs Lady. Nothing E Brauittel in i lie-ici- auJ tnonm-s'- injured about tlo-i- r heml--- . Tbe former I in a critical condition. A woman who wa one or the p.irty. and the chauffeur reeeiind comuiiima. J. Walter Rpaltllng, of tlie firm of A. G. 8paldiug ft Bra.. iiianularturiTri of sporting Root) a. left ParL several days a no in a touring ear with a party of friends to make the trip :o Florence, where Mr. PpnMInx baa his winter home. According to relatives in thia city, Mr. Spalding had n bis guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert WllmarUt Apple-to- n hi Intention of Brnnklvn. ft to raarh Klo'unre with hta puny In time io opstid the (.hvwintai holidays. Mr. HjinldluK Uvea at Monmouth lle.ich when In thl country, but spend hia winter a' KIomumw. where he lias a very liue lltIp. lli elder on is a atudont at Tala. McCALL IS SICK. Tokio. Dec. 1(. The coutintied failure of Buroa Koiuura to conclude the negotiations with tlie Chinese government at Pekin, which were begun after tlie conclusion of the secret. It is believed war, Is an op-by some Japanese here that the extern of Japan's concessions are such a will fail to secure what they think should have properly been her acquisition as the ienlt of tha treaty of Hortaninu'h. For example, the building of the railway haa not cimetdcd, iud the aiationlng of mil way gtiarda is not to be permitted, leaving the worn in the baud of Ihe police who will he withdrawn wbeu tbo period for thy withdrawal of troops expires. China's firm attitude is believed to be due to combined pressure Indirectly exerted by Huasia. France and Germany. The ouu-ragainst the alleged weakness of the cabinet is increasing, and some advocate the suspension of tlie ivkiti The kiudueae of the Kmperor of (ermnny u former Japanese prisoners of war on heir way home U appreciated, but th,- - Japs tie re appear to be disinietful of this style of diploRusso-Japana- In pi ces w York. Ivec. 18 - rrw.dcui A. Atr( "nil of the New York atirvnii' itouiii.u.y. Come aad pirl; out Jvm .be' you want from rmr la:g j.'i.ck. u, , Was Btsrtsd by Americans and ed by American Capital. Twenty fourth Street. 1- JOE WHEELER TALKS. Refers to the Heavy Mortality cent War. lr. gueat The Utah National Bank in R YoiU. W'hceiir was Xiv Yotk. Iter. "li !i.- - i i'id ha thsn rerent lire the N'or.h and South. This, i; si'cniH to me. is not so. It 'wily which the rvsd '.D il bill ltptwi;i!l Ihe North unfi i In- suth fur Jo year. one thing In the lvocnt "There If you ni:; war that was r ex ami no :lu record of tli, buttles 'he great rraK you will bnd Hint in i he gp'.-iicel them enl kllb In per reu; r he unuy w cniupa.gn :n t.'uha fully 4u I" r i c nt uf ih- died" Th- .:si,g 'Iiixie.'- vreceil ( about bravery of ibiu'i.i: Wbi"!' :,nd yeiicd ttiemsilves tpiar-- e rxi-le- cutiventi, ii of ;lie jiteuciaTiou will held iii Buffalo January 2!ili. when j the iii' Siliin of demanding a sinking week Hill be ecd on. The .elgli; hour agita- .m will e joiued iu A l - - prci-ii-ivi Th- picpsrr 'ion will depend .in J E. Dociy . President President , . Horae g. Pssry Ralph E. Hoag . A. V. McIntosh Vie . Asiseni. InUrcit Paid on iivin Caihlr- Cafnr- - Arroun I -- i, en , work'-iS":-.- -. AImiip ; s ' jii A; i I.'yop'm. , I j H'..j1C - i 'hi ' I) M. -- mi. rel: fight mg o:t aeomiii lie lll'xeii 1:' rin M - . t'r. M. r rntir Ie-e- vniiuiict: tl It r - r.i .iv pi, 'I'li H'd by f .11: iccid'-- lie-.- ' ,i i.f Ci'mI'I.iihI. - '..I!1 d Tut- in'!.". Th- - t ''! - . r .. . , i i ' tvjx imc t; g i r.iVi. I - v. v , ;.i.-- . bei- - .in-- -. T!i- ' ' w - ijjil v ( i : ch- -- - It h-- ld . (.'d or- - Tr'-ti- i k. . rt- - i'lii.- naii'i' south, and "r be h buried. ry i "chuois ti t i)r. Jame of Brown ur.l- of the cs-- ron- -, died . 7 Ir. Siminieis j DEAD H, i'-- i -- - e;. In 1 3-- 8 2 Is FOSTER & HOBSON re PAINTERS Paper Bangers, Decorators, Sp Wdtei 4 8 TO THE PUBLIC: do well to call on Foster & Hobson wfccn to need of any punting or papering. All Orders Beceire Prompt Attention Independent 231 Phone Bell 673 V. 4 Til Twenty Fourth Street v ( I I i atstoment to the effect that the Tru.t of New York has no with ihe Equitable Trust ; connection 'company of Chicago. were rogatil- T!' '1 b,'T' Sir. Hla'eh B,t political hank- -. a flpurr in this city and WM' bnown thst he had been pras-ou- r , fr,r money during the year. The Chicago National hank give special i aticnMon to collertioDii from out of ron while the Equitable Trust rom-- .. pany of Cl iesgo was widely ariverlis-ixth only exclusively trust ronv ,f) I in Cl.lcngn. The direct can" of par.y I ihp fniinre of the Walsh institution I irihuled here to Wahdi'a activity in nffHlr of the Southern Indiana j Railway cMmvany, which he controlled, Thl traverse a dis'rirt railroad which i said tu be rich In coal, marNot long ago. bankble and granite erreport. Walsh tried to sell some of l7i.0iHt.0og tv I!, 000. 000 of bonds this company for the purpo-- e of rv Into iodtcg the Southern Indiansbonds His failure to sell the of much comment here and jths lor Chicago rhe timo. j OGDEN LIVERY' Kqultable wlh . --AND- BOARDING STABLES j rc. lU'C,iii.!pu., ; h;i.1 fur n::i Tty M -- i . ure of ihew . 'u e,.nr. i f ; ii-- :,rugiiuut the United ; r,n;l .or: liome g"d (.- - wa KlouiV :i'i i :hc tvi i'onH,il and .ev '.ii (.!: an iiUi! is- - rim i I -- I". Y,iik .uiinimin. .p I .. New York. Dec. 18. Tbe nwi of the insolvency of Important Chicago trading Inaiitutiona came with a great shock to Wall street this morning and convulsive liquidation of stock sent down early quotations. Opinion betel e the opening Indulged a hope that the effects would be moderated by steps taken by ths Chicago Clearing House banke to stand together and Insure depositor against loss. But tbe opening of the markat qukkly disclosed a panicky condition due to the throwing over of holdings of certain tocke for any price they would bring, j Tbo aculeueaa of Uio effect produced woe du to the very large extension of rrodlts known to oxiet iu every dl-ruction and the comparatively low late of bank reserve a condition which hae been looked upon with serenity so long a there we soundness of credits and no shadow on lham. The position being a delicate one, the shock to the stock market wee severe. Tbe persistent speculation which had been conducted there has ignored all the admonitions of high money rates and all conservative warnings at caution in operating. The speculative p sliion as a consequence was found somewhat The news had not reached London In time to prices of Americana greatly there, although price were lower there In common with other securities before tills market opened. Tbo first sales of Amalgamated reptnted on tbe laps were of 11.000 shares at slmultaneoua prices all the way from 100 down to U8 compared with 101 for the final price of Saturday. Of Union Pacific there were 18.000 aharea sold al ihe . on Saturday. with 144 In Brooklyn Transit the range of 4.000 ahares was from 88 to SS on Saturday. compared with 80 , Beside-- these extreme cases there all through the list rangwets lo ing from 1 to S points, Rt. Paul. Reading, New York Central, Lead and others of tha recent speculative favorite being among the severest loners. There were some further plungr during the first tew minutes and then determined supporting orders began to make ihem-elr- e The market frit. was enormously active during the greater part of the first hour, but hr tha; time the liquidation had spent its furce and there were some wlda recorerto. Amalgamated Copper raland Improvements of 1 lied tu 68 to 2 points were finite numerous. Tlw correspondent of the Chicago National In thl city Include tbe First National hauk and the Phoenix National hank. At tbe Firm National li.k It wa- - uid that tbe Chicago has a larg,. balance to l'a credit and that the uccounL was regarded as one of th wry bast hold by the local An official of the Phoe- inslitii lcti.- -. National bank said that the Chi-th- e i n' rllhn National has a credit balance 'with It of mote than 23C.uon. Rtp- TrnM of the Kqultabl j rt'Hiadva company were somewhat embarrassed hr failure of tlie Chicago lntWn- - : v K helper, and piste REV. SIMMONS JACKETS LANDED. ErLUE - u iivii - it,'1 r ujii"u cf-Ntu' A.-ipij I 0rk y ,H v- ( r :. pu-c,- " . '.("i United States Depository siw'ccil ;h- linn of the ennxer.- the r.eccss of the Intel iiariou,.! 1 .greptah-- .l union in e rite ho:i demand on he- enfotciua liiilf of 'li liihi'k;r- - ih',r hn involve .in-de- ii'liii:eh in I),t. - !oral Anriger fvni Kisuigs '.r::. T'ni!.i. roui... liunj J:ir 'li'- Interna- d. I IS. linrirg ihr The IS Benevolent a soloist ion has begun an agitation tor an wui THREE HUNDRED KILLED. ) DAV. EIGHT-HOU- tional Lithographer - Vile.! OF OGDEN WANT AN j tree is demand tu go tn-jK eight-hou- r th Plciadc-- i when the picKctii agreement with eb.'.ii la-evening t;J iu n brief employing llihograpners expire on spcccli. Maid, among other things: April mb. i New ,i LAND FRAUDS. A Failures ,lu-tic- mu'll-tuuiii.- IV News of Bank Back- Ran Fiauciaco, l)r. 18. Willis K. Gray, who has represented the inter yxts of J. P. Morgan in China for the past four years and w ho was the for : j Stocks Dropped on BRITISH CONTROL ROAD i - VVest of Z. C. M. I. STREET 1 - First Doer PAIR Repair Shop Is ihe Best Phone Calls Answered Promptly Estimates on Work Furnished Free TO WALL eon-.tii- 111 ,i his vorj print nd iiwIb' very sm on l street. home, fri West Sr.i-nf- i Mr. Mcl'all. The w.,, il:l grip mi Monday ,.is: mid. down cunt i (try to !!t- .Idvire or his piiysicinn. inatteiid'-on VY, a meo'liiK of rh V'of th.- 'tirei-tii'- York Jdf s.nre then Mr. Instirsnco romii.nij 1m- In .i dim I' Mli TRACING TYPEWRITER OIL TENCIL VARNISH 252 'k In- - i NSOSTVLES L.Phone fi BECRAFT K 301 24th Street men-ki'DR- - W. L. Buswell DUPLICATORS All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory I John ar.tird!rp PENCIL! ERASER PAPER FASTENERS MIMEOGRAPH INKS My mer mansuer of the Cunton-Hunkorailway, urrlved here from the Orient yesterday. H aaya that tha Canton-Haukorullnaid, started as an Amur lean enterprise, bttrked by American capital, is now praitlcully controlled Several months ago liy the British. the majority of the stuok of the rail macy. way was acquired hv the Belgians, and the Chineac claimed CLUES TO THE ROBBERS. that th Amwleai! had vlulated their contract and should not be given the Robbed Train Csrtisd But Littls right of constructing tbe road. The Money. work wan taken ovar by the Chinese. Rortland.Ori., Dec. 17. It was learn"The I'hinotw government borrowed ed Uidsy iiiui two highwaymen who British n complete the road,' held up tbe North Coast limited last said Mr.capital "The BritGray yeeturday. night succeeded in getting only (40 ish have an agreement whereby half from the express car. Tbe Hates had of the engineer are to be British. The lea- - money iu them than on any pre- road at preteni 1 operated thirty vious rrtp. but tf tbe train robbers mile went of Canton, it i graded on had waited until tin, next train It is another 12 miles north of the spur said they would have made a consid- city." i la nor haul. erably Such good clue luve Imen obtained IMMIGRANTS MAKE MARKETS. of the two rolibera by be Northern Facifle and oilier ijeieeilves that hopes Are Defended by Immigration are entertained that both will be cap- They Commissioner. It H the genural opinion iu tured. police circle that the work was not New York, Her. Is. At tbe People's llut of expcrirucrd inetti yneterday. Aecordlng to the Pullman conductor, iburcjt of tbe Kpipltany the ixpreit messenger the principal add res was delivered by J. K. Ip-ot- t, i'unimlaskmer Robert Immigration Wits in the diner when the hold-u- p Wachthom on "immigration and Lal'n wn says ilnU the told him he did not believe bor." Referring lo Ute relation of immi ihcic win more than (800 In the antes. gratlon to labor he said: "The statement, that Immigrant ur SWINDLED WOMEN. riving here in large numbers tend to New York Police Arrest ths Shrewd decrease the wagi or American wage earners i open .i doubt. Impostor. in Ihe labor de"The official of the various state and Now Y'lirk, I tec. 18. In the arrvl. partment of a man ttuini'd laldme Appel. 45 also of th federal government, ougnt to nett that question officially, yrere old. Ihe police believe liey will don't that anything will ever 1 suppose abln to clear up complaints from . aatlaftictoniy. morn than lli women during the past j cter, as three yearn that they bud been swin- general prlncjpi, that the immidied out of VHriuu autua of money by grants. eeeu!ial:y laborer and wage a inan who reprei.etitikl blue-,- ' If as bealau n mark- - l. and ing from the eurritgiite,a office, and earner, who told them run sin lagsrir in ocrasiou ae unv h labor a they perinquest ionab'y u fact from (lead relatlvo were await- form. And it that a very larg portion of the foring their order slid would lie paid a eign born work men In the United aon a they settled the eurroguo-fee which be bad railed to collect In States comprise the memberahip of greHt number " important labor or-n curb inatai'ce the "legnilvaneu. gani.aiion " acy proved to to a mylh. The ' ('nnintiSKioner Warlitboru said thui imains; Appid a Mia Blum be be tsken a to the great rare ahn-i.-- l RtiO'er. a niece of Supreme Court Imturerant admitted, and Stover, who bay she paid the qualityhe of believeu ihnsc developing de,man surrogate's fra on a sue that within year after arriv)mni,l leg.iry of 1 11)000 fVom a dead jectsshould be three lit ported." ing iiucc Head of New York Life Said to Have Pnrumonia. e CARBONS SWtNOINQ STANDS H ECTOS RAPHS one-hal- Slate. United AND MANUSCRIPT COVERS i Several ul 'tho holders of forged ere ulu holders of giu cerlillcui.. : obtained on applicauiue tions which the .Marion county grand jury has foi;:iil m he fraudulent. It i tlkuiighi ilia, th" m mhers Of the rir.g Foreigners Doctored Up to Enter America. TYPEWRITER DISKS RIBBCNfi pruiit-cutiu- mi Provl Ihiliideipnia In.tor oj the Churrh in New and w,i. active x,iy bn- kw froedmen to a eollsgs. nmwl after him. On Abl-Tnx- : entiegtbe body will Finest Turnouts in the City . ' BOARDING OF HORSES A SPECIALTY I IHi-no- l. cne Tattphonon BalV d '"i. 715. Blackham & Ernst, Props. at and First Class Ltenry Prernpt Twenty-Fift- h 239 JUfiT ONC AND ONE-HAL- fiorviM St Rcssonafeia petoam ' Otfden Utah. BLOCKS FROM UNION DEPOT.