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THE MOEXIXG EXAUIXEK: OGDEX, ETAI1, TTESPAY MORXINR. DECEMBER 1, !tiii,V 0SiS-- & SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS iFROM said business. aud pretent a great loss to the same i. necessary for the immediate aporder o preserve r.fic train are a a All li.fn-!!- t Sorts of Desredatiena and Finally Lands pointment of aomeuue with legal auin CiV Jail. thority io conduct the said business. Mr. Ewing is the aidow of decease J fi.it Lake, Dec. IS. After burgiaru-- ! and the only other heir la an mfsui The ainoum aereral residences; after doing sou. lorn October 1, holdup .bualaesa: afu?r breaking of (lie bond of the special administraeteal-intrix was fixed by the court at II.ih0. nVfour place bin night and about $350 worth of property ; after i-tothrough a plate Bias window THUGS ROB AND g for the 10:30 Short SANDBAG FIREMAN. 7y.t.ing daeh colored man about 23 tr.in rzL of ago and giving the name of Salt lake, Dec. 18. The latest vicuiUb Bona, vti ctpaured by the Salt tim of the sandbag la R. OakUy. take police thi morning.on. And he nas fireman in the employ of the Rio Giande, residing at 383 Wei South with the gooda and Officer Temple. Oakley, according to hi ItoSergeant Eddington tvylor Sperry and Morris belong then cmtory to the polltv. was walking south Second West street toward his hmor of the capture, while to m last night. G, F. White belongs the home shorn half-paWhen he had reached a point about credit of making It possible for the aeiemy-fivto trail their man down to a yards south of South Temcapture and the recovery of a ple street, an extremely dark spot, two men. one tall, the other short, at deal of atolen property. The four burglarica committed by stepped from bchtud a tree, at tho nn lan. night will be given in the same time rnakiug the usual command. artw that they appear on the squid Throw up your hands!" Oakley's Gna Lite hands went skyward instantly. kook at the police station: the tall man held a gun levelwa saloon at 58 East Firat South ed While in his face, the shorter of the two ws broken Intowasearly this morning. fumbled kicked open. The through Oakley's pockets, The front door no money. ihicf secured $25 in cash and a revolwas the What kind of a ticker have you ver The neat place visited East got?" asked the short inan. as he nonll drug store, at 338 South in cash, a yaaked Oakley's time-piecout, breakstaple street. One dollarsome other ing the chain in his hurry. A small roupie of toilet seta and articles were stolen. Next the burglar piece of the chaiu and a locket were left attached to the victim's coat. The mrned'hie attention to Boehmer BoAschild's tailor shop. 334 South robber fumbled with these but could From this place not detach them. After the search had gut Temple street. the thief secured about a doaea bolts been completed, and while the helpless of fine cloth, several articles of clothi- man's hands were still in the air, the short man produced a sandbag, strikng and some minor article. a ing Oakley- - a vicious blow over' the By this time the bold robber had saiall wagon load of property. He evi- head. "Take that, you ," he said, and dently wanted something to put it in. no he went to Hulbert'a trank factory both ihuga broke on a dead run, going For a oa East Temple, between Second and south on Second West street. He effected an minute Oakley leaned against a Thiid Bouth streets. eatranoe through the back way and stunned. Upon regaining his aeuaes he a trank in went in search of an officer. He found ns in the act of selecting vhich to place his 111 gotten gslna Officer Burton, who could discover no vten the night watchman observed I traces of the hold-upWhile undergoing the Wbi and tried to effect a capture. Miking" of Mr. Colored Man saw the watchman 'process Oakley took careful note the fellows' was of able appearance and and did not stand upon the order - 10 a good dearripilon of them to ping but plunged headlong and fran- the give officers. The big man waa about plate tlealiy through Hulbert'a big In this operation the ' feet tall, heavily built, dresard In a glass window. taintlar received several bad cuts on hlack overcoat and wide brimmed hat. moustache, hia hands, but he kepi on going. Two He wore a heavy black dressed In or three policemen came up 4n the The shorter thug waa 'nraadme and with Watchman White HEh black cknhes. wore. a black Osk-berook several shore at the fleeing rob- - ahmeh hat and was smooth-faced' fhe short man hit him wiih a Bat the fellow got away for the Ief lima being. j ungthot or sandbag tind to hia wrist. As soon at it waa light enough Ser- - The watch stolen was a valuable gold-fa- t timepiece. The works nlono coat Eddington and Officer Morris, welt was raised who ware later Joined by Officers Tay- - $- - A large ugly OiKlojro forehead abort tht Hglit lor and Amto. Mirtid out from Hul- mrftralW tbebnrglar hr blood ' hy the robber', dastardly blow. A atalna l Roes' room 42 East Second thorough aearch or the neighborhood weal any traces of the n South. But when they entered the J',W tWr man bad fled. Borne a to-- her, ha cloth waa found in the room, but UNION TAKES AN APPEAL. Man Commit M beie are beiug fuacd liooalliy." 11 w. RICHARDS ANSWERS. r Wl Lake, Dec. 18. -- Tha answer of L. Richard to the election meet,nB' iU tab";; ' THTMML dju,ted ,l tolly', UNDE.TAKlW0. thofflee1 ado j San Francisco. Dec. 18. The "While Ofdty The contestant clalina City," pf Chicago and Dreamland. elected over Rlcharda of Cony Island are to be reopened In flJr a anhitantlai plurality not with- - San Francisco upon a cite conaisting the fact that the board of of 11 acres, overlooking the Golden fading aaaaners declared Richarda elected Gate and the bay. This will give San resort I Francisco as large a pleaaure Plurality of two votea Tbs answer either New York or Chicago pos-denies lhatthe judges' in the various districts of was. The project has been capitalized J',rT made anv errora In counting t 8750.000. and Ita promoters ieclare 3 of Murray. High was 3 be general manager of the concern, which is to take the name of "Dreamland." UIT FOR DIVORCE. 18- - Suit for divorce siif!16' 2 ln the district court today hy E. Griffin against Bart S. Griffin 8rnmla of desertion and fail-ri- i PP,rt. They were married at February 11. 1903. and it la M defendant deserted plaa-Apr16. IMS. and since that failed to support her. She J'.?8 divorce and attorney's fees. il a".' ADE '' S E'i SPECIAL ADINISTRATRIX. Dee- - 38. Judge Lewis Io-2 Sl"' Hf,,na W-- Kslng dminlatrstlrix of the f o' mnel C. Ewing, deMd. VPry 'tddeniy on Decemner thia city. The petliion for ea-v'- a, ai-- eial t admin-i- i ,'11 f'1 decedent ',e'"7f hia death, was, the nrtt and snex. opers'ing and that in PROFESSIONALS, NO DOUBT. ' i Portland, Ore., Dec. 18. The Evening Telegram rays that the two men who held up the North Coast Limited near Hillside, on Saturday night, may be Identified with the men who held np the Conte tv Centennial saloon in thia city on Friday sight, getting away with over one hundred dollar a and shooting Thomas Flemming, who resisted them, and who died the following day of his injuries. The sawere traced to Goble, loon hold-uwhere it was reported that an attempt e. to capture them met with zeroes the river. It the men is surmised, according to the Telegram. that ihe men continued northward and committed the robbery of the uain. The description of the trn who committed ihe robbery in this eftv ud who rallied the Northern Pa-p resi-tene- tuo wtm-- a ueu ua Do not tail io see CANADA AWARDED THE HONOR. Chicago, Dec. $ b K4 the famous Flying Machine ; price 50c. It sails through the of father and mother, as well as the children. b ! V b air to the delight V la. Cjnuis a anted the honors in the ' judging contest at the iuieniaiional lire slock exposition today. The Agricultural college of Oni., made the best record for Judging korres, caule, sheep aiid saiue. Ohio was second on the grand total. bu lr-all competitors In judging caule ant horses, and Texas was first in of swine. V. V. Coverdalc or the Iowa Agri cultural college carried off the Individ ual honors for judging ca.tlc, sheep aud swine, while J. A. Main of Oh io waa first In judging horses. 0 iul-ii.r- I lim-lpu- DONT LIKE PIGHEADEDNESS. i f I 1 t I I If 1 don't obWashington, Dec. IS. ject to intelligent aelfiahneK, but I do object to pigheadadnes. and that la what opposition to a reduction in the Philippine tariff aoem to uie." In these words. Governor Luke K. Wright, of the Philippine, summarized the arguments against tariff reduction by the sugar nd tobacco interests before the ways and meant committee of the house today. Secretary Taft, applauded the argument. Governor Wright said ho not iced a disposition to throw off the Filipinos and get rid of them in the eusiesl way possible, to treat them a though they were foreigners. to mark tho breakdown of all effort . Governor Wrlgbl aaid the 3COtOO of the midshipmen to defy ihe amlim-i-tiesThe board hsa anmnioned to tons of augsr produced in Hawaii la the result of fifty years' development. many midshipmen of the fourth class W. C- Wellborn, Philippine secre- that the upper data are aaid to bare tary of agriculture, testified in support decided It to bo useless to make auv of the movement for tariff reduction further attempt to ooniroi the milter. for the Philippine Inland. He said the average wages of laborer it not SIGNIFICANT COINCIDENCE. lest than 25 cents a day. He derlar- - I rd American boot sugar grower have Cadis. Dee. IS. Information commit no more reason to fear Philippine aivaied to the Spanish admiralty con sugar laborers than Iowa farmers have flrma a in circulation here to to fear the negro In the Misaisalppl ihe effectreport that the HriliMh Mcdlietan-eacorn field, who works for 60 cents a and channel squadrons comprisday. warships, will concentrate in Mr. Wellborn contended (hat ihc ing sixty near Hie gulf of Uadis, with a April In the Island are limited base at sugar lands igoe, for combined maneuand much leas fertile than was repreHome people are inclined to ver. sented by the American sugar Interregard the presence of the Hriliah fleet est a. Mr. Payne, chairman of the comMorocco at albout the time when mittee. announced that the hearing oa near the Moroccan conference closet as bethe Philippines tariff wu ended. ing a significant coincidence. BALFOUR SPEAKS. BANITARY CONDITIONS GOOD. b i - : n n to-'h- V Presents for Everybody b i I- zenshipthe differeiu iace roh-roM- PT b Aim-m-aiiu- e r. com-Ts.ria- I, .t:t-iiviiii. . 'Jt lut m.-re- ft-nc- over hia head. Taylor aaw the kinky head and Immediately grabbed Rosa hy the collar and yanked him out of aeaL The dazed and startled man sisted to know (he trouble. me sea your hands.' demanded Boas exhibited hie lacerated ilta, and Taylor Jumped for Joy. "Tag, lou'ro It," said the genial officer. Hue- end the morion," aaid Sperry. Then Bose waa taken from the (rain. At he was descending the ateps he to "tough hia baggage checks, hit the officers were too quick for him. They got the check! and also the bag- Mia Tha patrol wagon waa called for md the prisoner and hia stuff were loaded into the wagon and taken to (he Katies. There were three Mg Tallaea haded with all aorta of articles. BoKs of cloth, fine dress anita. several over-ati and a aealakln aacque atolen hm Mrs. John Hughee, It is believed button and other trinkets, toilet ot and perfume and dress gooda vrera 'Aien from the valisea. fleas took hia arrest very coolly. He ald he wa "Just a up de line a ma In the jail gain' he confessed to Chief Lynch and 'the officers that he aa the man who had been doing a at deal of tha work coroolalned of. Mont other things the follow had an fly looking gun. Ha answers the de- MlptJon of one of the holdups end wdbzggera. Several articles of bit Nothing tally with the description glr- hr victims of the sandbag fiend. while going through tha fellow's the police found a formula for manufacture of a dangerous explo- used in blowing open safes This leads to the belief that the fellow Indeed a dangerous criminal. He Wed: What de think Ill git?" Twenty year at least, was the re- hum in 6 Christmas Headquarters $ $ - - l t Oflears Taylor and Bfierry entered ens of the coaches at the Oregon Short Mas and quickly observed a man ound asleep n the far end of the car. The Mlmr had hia overcoat pulled up iie .ct mondial of ;hi puiilii- schools Dtsirii", oi Ciiiiiu.1.:. said: "ll.e publ'ic sshoo.s a:e r..e, i the t cvti.trs for the of our bin. ifcey are iLo fao lories of Acurin in sddi.ion to it other work me public school no, more than iii: other iustiiuiiou ol nv i4nd. suit or uecrijuia to uie child of foreign boru psrcii!. who come here i or when young bom fcore. N'oib-.eelse courys for as luuih iu weli.iuj: to gel her into one oiut.c; mat. of it' c Ball Lake, Dec. 18. The commute the local union by appointed of electrical workers to straightout the existing difficulty between Bell the Telephone company and its former employe, w ho were discharged recently upon joining the union, mat with the executive committee of the local union, No. 57, ywaterday afternoon. After consider-th- e Ing the situation carefully It was deelded to have mother conference with r. the company's official. The mittee selected by the union at the meeting Thursday evening will call upon Manager D. 8. Murray today at - m. to make a final demand. E. A. Elmore, who haa been deputised to Brother-tria- d represant the International hood of Electrical Workers, will attend the conference. The union men reaent the action taken by the company in discharging the men because they desired to join the union. In order to bring about a reconciliation another conference will b held, at which a final demand will he made that the discharged men be reinstated. While reticent about talk- inK ab(nit the affair the union mem-co- fl hqr have claimed that the matter will not be allowed to go unadjusted. They assert that the company has made a erhras mistake In letting the men out for the reason mentioned. The comhas shown a tendency to stand firmly by Its action r'h once the results of today meeting will prove of great Interest. The situation Is rather critical, as the local union has appealed to the grand union. The latter can with an official, regular or deputised, on the scene of the trouble, declare a general strike if thought necessary. It la possible that such a strike may bee cillrd If no agreement is resched AT. ud should inch action be taken Utah would not be affected alone as 1 the company's employes In Idaho. Montana and Wyoming would walk out under the orders. Thin would reor at least a sult in a complete tie-utemporary crippling of the service. The union men hope to arrive at a satisfactory agreement with the company, however, and are confident that t IS.- - Prrr.uent lec. apckiLg lOviay v me of nr Ross Book and Stationery Co. k leaic--- d i.e'on. irf Night-watchma- euo-Jarf- . far s can be CENTENNIAL OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS c SlT" VC&S.7te! If CORRESPONDENTS AND STATE EXCHANGES) POLICE MAKE A CAPTURE. ciand V O i Ijeeds, England, Dec. 1. Arihnr J. Balfour, the former premier, addressed 5,000 person at the Coliseum here tonight, devoting his speech almost exclusively to a discussion of the fiscal policy on which the Unionists would conduct the campaign. He said be did not wish to augu-nii-the difference within his party over the fiscal question. He admitted the existence of such difficulties, but aaid that protection at against free trade had been a subject of dispute inside the conservative party prior and since he waa born. Tho schema of retaliation and at colonial preference outlined in hia previous speechea, he aaid, le no wise prejudiced the New York, Deo. 18. John F. 8tevr,m, chier engineer of the Panama canal, wbo arrived from Colon on the steamer Havana today, aaid the sanitary on the Isthmus are good enough for anyone who will live as cleanly as at horns. He said: The congestion of freight baa been removed, and we have cleared up considerable work building railroads and moving material and thia without facilities. I am going to Wartblngum aud will return to Colon after Chris1 mas." con-dUlo- WILFORD DRAMWELL, Manager hul, ihe paper adds, that none of them noon a band of Taqui Indiana waylaid appenr necessary at present. Fernando Mayloren, one of the wealthiest merchant In Honors. Mexico, on . eolils make fat grave-yard- the outkklrta of the Neglrcieil of May Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Byr-u-p toreua. and killed him village and his driver. women to a happy, The Yaquia are bolder now than ever helps ineti aud Yigr.nr.is old age. before and killings are aaid to bs fre- quent. WANTS TO CONTROL INSURANCE COMPANIES. GRAND Washington, Doc. 18. Mr. Builer Ames (Mas ) said be bad a method of control of insurance which President. Iluosovi-l- t bad endorsed, li waa a code of laws that would embrace what Is best In the laws of several stales. He claimed his plan would blacklist any company which did uoi do a legitimate businesa. Mr. Underwood (Ala.) discusaed immigration. which he stitd was of more Importance than the insurance ques- JURY MEETS. Ban Francisco, Calif-- Dor. II. The new federal grand Jury met and organised today. According io l ulled Plate District Attorney Devlin, particular altmllnn will be paid to the na lurallsathm fraud cures. Action will also be taken upon the recent art declaring the giving of rebate by cor poratlon a penal offense. Attorney says he does not know what policy will be pursued, but Mate that tbe pruaorulion will Im vigorous. Philadelphia oe Wednesday night. He is declared io be In fine condition and is confident of succes. The backers of tila opponent, however, express The betting odds equal confidence. re at 10 to 7 In O'Briwna favor. Both men hTS trained carefully and neither underratM tbe other s aWliij. The indk'aUona are that there will tx at least a $12,1X10 house on the orca alou of the meeting bei ween Uw men . fx-vli- tion. LUTHER FILLMORE DIES. WILL RE8TOR E"0 RD E rfTl A ST 7 Oakland, Cal.. Dw. 18. LmJicr Fillmore, former superintendent of the Bouth Pacific Coast (narrow gauge I railroad lint ween Oakland and Sanlaj itt Cruz, died today a! the age of j carr. Mr. Killtnore wnk s pioneer in ru.ilroading in Hie United Hiatus. He was born at Fayetteville. S. Y. At Hit: ago of 21 years he imllt. to Syracuse nd Binghamton a railroad and in 1511 rebuilt the Erie canal. Fillmore spent the lust, year of ills life at ramie, Wyo., where he had , Berlin. IVc. 18. Count Von A the retiring German ambassador at Ht. IVicralfurg, talking to tbe Hi. Petersburg oorreMpundept. of the Vosilche Xcltung regarding hia faro-w- i ll audience of Emperor Nlchola, said Ihe emperor apoke freely about tne sit nation, and said firmly Hist he Intended first io restore order and to carry out all (he reforms prom i red . His inajtsty added that h railed upon the amHManre of the national assembly. The emperor. Count Von Alvena-lbe- n also said, appmrnd to him to ha ammt the pallor of hia coun I r nance. 1 vena-Mien- - lt large cattle iuiercsts. CONFIRMS NOMINATIONS. Washington, Dec. 18. The senate in executive session today, confirmed tha following nominations: Thomas Hull, to be surveyor general in Utah, Receiver of land office Don. R. Colion, at Vernal, Utah. Hcglsicra of land office Frank C Charles Prescott, lira Angek-s- ; Vernal, I'lali; Thomas V. DavU, Evantion, Wyoming, and Galen J. Dixon, independence. California. STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY. Doc. 18. Stephen Tacoma. Wa-b.- , Judson. of Btcllscoom. a pioneer of couniy. prominent in the Demo-erati- e party and a randidaie for lieutenant-governor at lust election, was stricken wltb apoplexy in Tsconia today and lira at a hospital in a teriou condition. Ph-rc- e EIGHTEEN MUTINEERS QUITTED. AC- Cronatadl, Russia, Dec. 18. Tbe mil-I- I ary court has acquitted 18 out of (it who privates of the CronrUdt artillery Dec. 28, T4, 25, 30, 81 and Jan. 1st, VARIOUS TOPICS DISCUSSED. question. wore charged with mutiny in conm-e-tkProtection may be right or it may Hpokane. Wahl).. Dec. 18. Advices with Hie recent outbreak (here. be wrong," said Mr. Balfour, "but I Washington. Dee. 18. Insurance, Tho others were sentenced to terms Oregon Short IJne R. R.. Union Pa- received ai the office of Superintend- to-Co. 1 to Russian and Southern R. Jew Pacific onr section of R. cific Northern that the and of the pacific Bremer, belong Inning, mffering party of imprisonment, ranging from taro to whirh 1 for free trade and which la One fare for the round trip within a day. slate tliai nut over 8500 ln cavil ! Immigration were all topic of discus- 24 niuntbt- not for protection.' radius of two hundred and fifty mile was secured by ihe bandit who rob- sion In the house today under the gen from selling point. Tickets good to re- bed the North Coast Unified train oral leave to talk. The only business REP. HERMANN SICK. SENATOR LODGE DENIES. near North Yakima Saturday night, done was to send (he canal appropria turn until Jan. 4th, 1506. i but they did voetire a large amount of . Hon bill (o conference. Roseburg, Ore, Dec. 18- Congreve-ma! IMPROVED BUT NOT CLOSED. negotiable paper, tbe rains of which ' Dec. 18. Senator Washington. Dinger Hermann, who his been la not yet ascertained. The NorthFITZ IN GOOD CONDITION. ill with eryalpoli, is much tatLodge today presented to the senate, quite in amplification of hi denial, made on ter and gaining rapidly. There is no Paris, Dec. 18. The official view U ern Pacific Railroad company has ofFriday of the charge (hat women bad that the recent negotiation have im- fered a reward of $4,000 for the arrest But th Betting la 10 ta 7 in Favar of danger whatever of serious O'Brien. been tskan to the lathmua of Panama proved the Venexuelan situation, but of the robbers and the stale offers a under authority of the canal commisIt ta definitely mated that the affair is reward of $1,000. PRESIDENT PACHECO DEAD. Ban FrancJtco. Dec. 1 8. Hobart sion and distributed among laborers not considered here as cloned. Tbe fiTtxaftnmnns moved today from hia INDIANS WAYLAY MERCHANT. for Immoral purposes, a letter from issue involves tbe adjustment of seizCaracas, Vwienuela, Dec. 18. On. training quarters in Alameda 4o thia Secretary Taft and all of the corres- ure of the French cable lines and Tuscan, Alls., Dec. 18. Hemosillo rlly, where he will remain until hia Rafael Gonzales Pacheuo, president of pondence that has been bad on this several questions beside (he offensive died today. action of tha Veneauelan government advice state Hun lsst Katurdiiy after- - glove contort with Jack OBriou of the state of ubjsct. The secretory aay: 1 may aay generally that the comtoward M. Talgny, (he French charge mission baa been exceedingly solicitd'affaires. ous concerning the conditions as to the morality and decent living of those CUSTOMS TARIFFS ABOLISHED. whom they are gathering into settlements along ihe line of the canal on Tokio, Dee. 18. The convention of the Isthmus." tariffs between Italy and customs He adds that the commission 4s suphas been abolished. plying school buildings, which will be Japan n The leading newspaper are nsrd for religious service on Sundays, over tbe attitude of Chins and that already there are several in to conclude an agreemcDt preachers of different creeds in the withrefusing Japan concerning the con carpay of the commission. rions granted by tbe treaty of PortsGives Instant and will permanently mouth. SEALING COMMISSION MEET8. The Jlji advocate the suvpeusion of etc. Our guarst Pekin. head, sore hay fever, cold in Victoria, B. C. Dec. 18. Directors of the negotiations The Nichl Nichi vay ihsl should the pelagic sealing commission held a China bottle. If you have any doubt as antee goes with continue obdurate such measpreliminary meeting today and made ures as may be should he neresary. for the annual meeting w arangementa to the merits of this remedy, ask us about it. on Friday, when it Is expected a divi- taken to insure Japan her rightful acquisition." dend of from 83 to 85.54 a shire will he issued. Since the commission was LETTS BROUGHT BACK. formed the annual dividend has nor previously been higher than 5 per cent. New York. Dec. 18. ST. M. LcHu. All available schooners of the commission for which crews can be secured formerly a relngranh operator in the will be rent out at the beginning of employ of the Hauls Ke railroad company. Vs brought to this cry from the year. Colon. Panama, today as a prisoner, INTRIGUERS IN THE COURT, charged with forgery and defaulting. He is In custody of a Kanea City Berlin, Dec. 18. The St. Petersburg detective and an agent of the Rants he has been a correspondent, of the staid Vuasiche Fe railroad. Lately agent and poatmaster in the Zeiiung affirms that he has been as- station zone. The search for sured by serious persons'' that there canal exists at the RusKisn court a party lasted three years. including two ministers, which la inPROTECTION FOR GERMANS, triguing to persuade the foreign pows ers to take steps to rescue their in Russia as a meant of raising Berlin. Dec. 18. The deeivion ofj ihe Russian national feeling to a point Chancellor Von Bueiow, with the ap-- i which win result in saving the coun- proval of the emperor, to send German aiewnerH to porta of the Russian try from anarchy. and Baltic province and bring away MAY ANSWER TRULY. the Germans wbo are in danger of regarded as a moei imiheir lives, Annapolis. Md., Dec. 18. The mid- portant acr. The opiimimn as to the! shipmen of the first class at ihe naval outcome of the Russian disturbances j academy here, it is said, passed tlie seems io be shaken. The Lohal 4n-word among the fourth class men who zeiger, usually moat careful of what,1 in matters concerning the gov-- ! are being railed as witnesses before D n that oiher measures! the board of invest iga'.ion. tha they finin'1. may answer freely and folly el ques- than sending vhlps to Rattle ports have! tions Skf-- :hem. This Is uiul'Wnru tan onIriered the government, j HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES. NOTMORE THAN 8500 IN BOOTY. I i n - conse-quenre- DR. DOWS CATARRH REMEDY expresa-indlgnatio- reliet the every cure catarrh throat, j GEO. F. CAV H DRUGGIST aub-Joct- Cor. 23rd 1 1 atr: I Sl Washington Ave. a.