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it nvtusiri Aiitofrl 0p xMDeriatAN - iijtoiaag THE MOKSIXG EXAMINEE: OGIEX, VEDXESDAT UTAH, MORNTS'G, Bananas - ?!- C Xvw- I. jcVSn-- fugitive I?.! BUCK JACK, Santa Gaus told Mr. Good ale to sell Papa some Fancy Canned Goods, Dried Fruit, Tea and Coffees, Cranber--; berries and another hundred housand articles. forget the right place, Accused Goodale Grocery or.- Co. Phone 137 Jnd. Phone 137-- Y r, two u l a Allen Transfer Co. 10-ce- nt New Tariff, Every trace of harshneu is removed in the curing of the kaftOUncc that is made up into these New Tariff" cigara. They have a distinct and characteristic fra- grancebutnot the slightest veatage of "tans." They axe the product of modern methods from the selection of the leaf all through fhe sorting, storing, blending and curing processes to the inspection of the finished Cigars. For Sale by all Cigar Deaton CITY Shanghai, IVc. 23. All is qul.t hare. lores of 258 urea haa been landed fom the rruiaer Andiomeda and Blu. Jacket guards are maintained all through ihe foreign concession. The British nasaasor, Twyman, will resume the mixed eoart tomorrow. The Chinese oOcials have tardily insto-- warrants for the arrest of the nromot-er- s of the riot who have escaped. A Now Than in For- ty Years. EIRE ON THE Militiamen Join the Resolution in Moscow VTM. A. STXCKNEY CIGAR CO. Mamas Citr U Denver Sell Lek City n. Number Greater in New York, Doc. 20. 18 the A cable to Times from London saya: Official figures relating to the legal poor of London show that the numbers in receipt of pauper relief in nearly every month of tee ear now ending have been greater than In any id the previous forty years comprised in the returns, with the excrptloa of the period from 1867 to 1871. The ratio of paupers per 1,U00 of population has been higher in moat of the months of this year than In any previous year since 1874. Not only haa there been a remarkable increase in outdoor relief, but tbe rise lu the numbers entering haa continued. In no year of Ac history of the poor law has the population In the workhouses been greater for December. work-houae- Doctor Norris ti SPECIALIST Years. MENS DISEASES Blood Poison ,Piles,Rupture,Varlcocela, Nerve Debility, Drug Habits Taken on a positive guarantee to cure Consultation free, personally or by letter. s Office 2361 Washington Ave. ' Oakland. Cal., Dec. 26. Justice demonstrations took place In which soldiers played a prominent part "Our entire armed force tonight t ready for emergencies. Today expaused resolutions to resort to tremes. "AU of the Caucasian army is in I state of mutiny. Aa Governor-Gener-a Voronlsoff-Dashkowa guilty of sending out 'Hooligans,' It haa hern reolved to capture him. "Our delay In 8L Petersburg is din to the arrest at the executive commi: tee. Difficulties have been placed In the way of our meeting- - As there ere some two hundred members of our executive committee we meet eimultsnr-ouslin nix different places." council a ten-hoAt Teankoe-Sel- o was held 8unday. The prime minister never mentioned a word of the strike-Thawas referred to a military conn dL It w&a decided in reference to the douma that x vote .be given Io all paying rent or taxes. Wal- - ter Van Dyke, of tha supreme court of California, died yesterday after au lllneas of only twenty-fou- r hours. Justice Van Dyke was born In New York store in 1823. He was n resident of California since 1849. HOOLIGANS . USED IN ff RUSSIA IN y re-bb- Workmen Resolved to Capture the 1 t Guilty. r Headaches and Neuralgia fram Coldu Laxatlve Bromo Quinine, tee worldwide Cold end Grip remedy remove the cauw. Call for tha full namt ad1 look tor signature of E. W. Grove. 2 Sc. aoa-unlo- Valley Filled With Lava. h-- muse clothing Of ewy Sara draeriptlofi will be found If wa arm hlWsed with a heavy fall of the BEAUTIFUL ON CHRISTMAS You a ill Mod Robe, Whips, Sleigh Balls and a nrw lUrmsw ter 4 ha CHRISTMAS SLEIGH RIDE Our asurtmt-u- l of Him. yowit was never battor. You will And vcryth!ng needed in HtabV. bain uu( hainesa room bunk Why not buy oik of mufor tbe ltUle Tedd ? J. C. Platt Saddlery Co. 2281 Wash. Avc. 37C Twenty-thir- d P. ERNSTROM st. assi-mbl- a t cnort-vtin- g hopk-i-ppr- hol-ler- s ., - ea-.l- - .rn-.inr- P-- - ! PRACTICAL. rtvnoESHOER. Wa ar specially prepared for shoeing mean horaei. Come nd tee how we do t. 417 Twenty-thirstreet. Opposite Consolidated Wagon A Machine company. Phone 311 x. d ...'. w-- a1--- . . French Ships Are n. Hur-ried- ly New York, Dec. 26. The 8L Po- burg correspondent of the Now . tent York Herald cables tbo following under yesterday's date: RATES. HOLIDAY EXCURSION Ready A member of the executive commitDec. 23, 24, 25, SO. SI and Jan. Id-tee 'laid today: "In aplte of the outward appearance Paris, IX c. 26. The orders to a porOregon Short Line R. , Union P' of delay, we are thoroughly autlsfled clfie R. R. end Southern Pudfle Co. tion of the Fiench northern squadron of the round trip within a to make haat.y preparations to depart with the pro poet and progreea Pe- One faro for radius of two hundred und fifty milrs In the outeklrte of 8L strike. tbe for ihe North Baa and Copenhagen, good to re all la In order. The strike from soiling point Ticket the ultimate destination of the war- tersburg torn an til Jan. 4th, 1906. la now gradually working Inward. ships not being disclosed, were un"Tramway men receive their wages Made R-- doubtedly issued aa n precautionary today; tomorrow they will strike. On the Lottie Prospect laxt night a CALL MONEY 35 PER CENT- four hundred of our armed men were .. out. The police surrounded our leadNew York, Dec. 26. Juat he- er, M. Van 111, pointing revolvers at ntarstock the of fore the close were hurriedly cancelled and n large hia had. We dropped twenty of ket today call money advanced to extra force of workihen was engaged them. 30 per cent. Immediately after to complete the equipment provision"Further, a demonstration of 300 the 30 per cent rale was touched ing and coaling, litis will be com- soldier in our favor took place. The the rot advanced. to 35 per cent. pleted tomorrow, when it la expected Cossack tackled them with the result were wounded. the gunboat CfeHlnl will sail. Her that sixty-fou- r flint stop will be at Copenhagen, "In the Navia and Vlborg districts, r orders are expected to where retich her. Admiral Aube, The rniurcd also at Brest, is being similarly prepared and will either accoaijiany or follow the Cassini. mov. so aa to have French ships available for service In Russian waters In case of emergency. The Christmas leaves of all tee officers and men - fu'-thr- ' LAURIER SHOCKED. u he dgp!eoJUtah JUSTICE VAN DYKE DEAD. pro-vlni- Eleven Miles of Open Day and Evening When Writing, Address Dr U. M. Norris mill-liame- y 26 Year To tha study and treatmaat at Chroals dlaansos of man. womaa and children, I hava devoted special effort during m on tire pronaafawal Ufa, ana have bona rewarded by tha discovery of methods that give eomplute mast ary of Nnrvona aid Blood Dlaonaaa, Catarrh, Daaf-MRheumatism, Etomach, Kidney and Liver trouble, out-aid- ACTIVE f cigar that we can sell for 5 cents now that the duty on Cuban tobacco has been reduced. If you were walking along the Prado in the City of Havana this minute you couldnt buy a cigar of more delicate yet positive aroma, nor one more genuinely Cuban in leaf and form than Stickneys L ALL IS QUIET. Made yea-tarda- A OF N.w Yoik. Dee. 2d. A cable dispatch from Tangier any: Never until yesterday had the Moorish native workmen gone on euike. Having received no pay for more than a fortnight, the men employed at the custom house and the pier ceased work Monday. The first result of the strike was that two French steamships which culled hare 8 unday ware compelled to cfiitinue their voyage to Marseilles without discharging their cargoes. al want to vaato no tlm to Mktaf his train." Lst us know m tgr ahaad mar b( hit trait yoa vast to eateh ad wan land you, Mr. Sdseman, with roar traxka, aampto earoa. do, at tha ftetioa, long haters tha whistle Mows, (wot tax yon too amah. dthar. Wa aad carting hast-PeJo a iral Uraaklas baaMaa, aad hava a 5c. FIRST MOORISH STRIKE. Printers. KLKR Cigar 1 To Figlit the TNC CLEVER COMMERCIAL TRAV ear- the Interior bu resulting from ceeaeleaa prosecution, was tee cause of hia death. Gallagher was 22 yrars old and in appearance was aa different from the popular concept Ion of the professional "slugger" aa could be Imagined. He look great pride in his appears nr., and was seldom, if ever, seen under the iuflut-ur- e of liquor. While he weighed hut. ninety; pounds at the time of hi death, thre. years ago Gallagher weighed Hid and he was able to strike a blow that would render hia victim unconscious limlanily. When wrested by the polio., in connection whh some crime, no amount of "sweating' could make him talk. On more than une ores -- ion. hia friends say, he was submitted to rough treat-meby th. police, but he alwajs Mesr Ywh, Dee. 3d. Final prepara-tion- s maintained a dogged silence. Moscow, Iter. 23. Thu insurgents Although frequently arrested by the .will ba mads this weak by the police and on ai least one occasion attacked both the Kaxan and Nicolai TypoUwtao and the Typographical l.'n-kept in Jail for several weeks, he was railroad stations today and a lively never convicted of a crime. No. I for tha fight over the dosed fusillade ensued between the mob ana tee I roups occupying the Jlopola. hop and the nine-hoa- r work day In Sums SOU revolutionary militiamen nil book aad job u (fleas, which U arrived here by apeciel train from to begin on January 1st. A IVrovo on the Moenuw-Kaxa- n line this rspreaeataU. of tha ualun said morning and n crowd of 2.UU0 strikers, including several hundred local Tha wiy demand wa make la Lite e Joined the new arrivals Mghthour work day. tha nine-hou- r rule the Kaaan station. The comhaving prevailed up to the present, bined force seised an adjoining lha employer hava refaaed ihe right-hou- r store whew they opened flrd demand and will try to Introduce on ihe troupe posted in Ihe station. tha open shop. Tba fight will be a bit-tt- o The Uttar replied and, aftar s couple out. Wa ars ant afraid of the of hour brisk exchangee of shots, Wa have moro than 8160.0M tee building held by the mob was set sal labia paw and caa raise 1500,000 on Are and bunted down. Mennwhito the revolutionists had la a aUl.io.iM on the p p ration, bombarded the Nioutol station from for the coming struggle. WHEai Orecn, fhe workshops of the Taro-8- a v railpresident of the Now York Typthrtae, road. a detachment of grenadiers on saya that 1U membeia are prepared to retee roof of the Ntroiai station n InataB competent mschlna ts ruing the Are. operators aad other printers In tha The etationa at Perovo aad Liuber-bvarioaa eompoalng rooms, lie saya: ere in the hand of the tnsurgeata Thane printers have been obtained and red flags arc flying from the by a oaavaaa of the various pans of building. the TTaited Staten by field men representing tha Typoth.Ua and also by NEW ELECTORAL LAW, gradaatea of tha aehoo's for machine operators now In sueeesMul operation In New York City, Philadelphia. Bos8i. Petaraburg, Doc. 26, 2.4U p. m. ton, Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha and The new electoral law was gaxettert Dec. 2d. According Francisco. 8n . elsewhere. In these schools, our to th. pasHenge-rtoday and was uirompanitMl by a who arrived ox lha statement experience shows, competent machine liner Ventura, the volcano on the explaining that in view of operators may be turned out in sixty Island of Hsvaii. in the Ramoan the tool that even som of the western group. to Blnaty dayx end can produce more U still in countries do not inane universal activity. Tha glare caMm-- i nould not assume work than Is now being produced un- from the vigorous Is visible, I' suffrage, the crater at night of decreeing it. The der union conditions and restrict Ion i ald. at. sea many mile away and the responsibility by man now la our employ." tba lava has covered an area of thirty nliimHte decision nn-- be made by the square miles. This molten flow has national uanembly .taclf. The elecA OUARANTEKO CURE POR PILES. Ailed eleven miles of a deep valley and tion- list will ba pimllshert forthwith, iht- date of the cltnion will then be W heading for the seashore. Nstlvea iiiinouiicrd Itching, Blind, Blending, Protruding and a- - mxjii aa the govare whose near are home, th. beach Piles. Druggists ars authorised ro re.Ileal ion that half ernment receive fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails preparing to uhsndon their hui aud the number are tin', tbe nationcocos nut grove at short notice. to enre In to Id days. 50. al will bp convoked. The extenaion of the suffragr pro RAILROAD REPORT DENIED. claimed today applx--s especially to the PURSUED THE PRESIDENT. where It i made almosi univerSi. Louis, klo.. Dec. 2d.- - B. F. Yoa-ka- city sal. Besides, lh vnihurn in the dan Dwniugv. tkrovo Domingo. Dec. the executive heart Rock of the and mill. lai are especially ?&. - Follow lag the aanounrsnnmt toIsland and Frisco who ar- pruvldi-rfor, the suffrage will include day tbat (he president of the republic. rived from Chicago systems, last denied night, every owner of real astute, paying Ceueral Oarloe F. Morales, had left rroent. the report har the Frisiietsons enterpriiMss. the capital ter a unknown destina- today co i an outlet to the south taxes, like license: puylng tion. troop were sent. in purnR of the Atlanticnecking sealioard.- - The Fri-r- o has not or peru-oviu- g tux lodging chief magistrate. What look plana af prison paving or purchased ' contemplated purchasing ate loosing Hnj persons ter that cannot ba deftnirely deterline from Birmingham in lit. Gulf, in ihe sepat govornmam service, including mined. but U is known that a fight oc- hanysaid. nu All liuiii, of rent paid bv n. railroad curred about ten miles from here and 'You may say ibal the Frisco will a h voting qualifies-loI It- supposed ttiut General Pimentel. indging not he extended in that direction." he is removed. TV system of two added "The Frisco and Rock Island or voter-- , in both fhe cities on the MibmiuH degrere have no design snrt conntrj I ic..inod. new feaKanuns and Texas unit never ture of the law is iat the workmen, hart." FIRED ON THE POLICE. instead of '.owed a specifled Hum lie- - of lias retr us: Ives, hava ThemItalians Fighting Among i heir m ha iui in the clrcioral EVA BOOTH ROBBED. Officers. selves. Attack tha col'o.i aitli the n:!ui clasBm.. More-uvi- nstead of the cities having sep-av- a ; of Haad the Salvation Lonea a Turriaxinu. Conu.. On'. 2.Army representative- - ihe electoral Rirt. While sitempiing to arrra. a pnreoll aer wjli be ertpmo-ihe by I ly of Italian who were filtering. Liroviacer. The wot:arn will choose was Robert N.sitt, a pnlici-manNew York. Dec. 2. 1. w.i laine,) IO.uOO for elector .in men. The ever? c f.iiully shot and L. 8- Hull chief yesterday that Vointnander Kva Boo-- h j sol- is shown in n ese of the of police, whs stabbed . of ih Bahatfmi Army bvrt h:- ohiite today. wh.-rof Si. the ' Kipht Italians were shooting at- llni' hag cut front bn- wrls1 iltirinc or college strain 14 pens-- i Wliiii-tlin-i'scb other when the pollr appears'a'imi cn;s'.i a: n Mibws 4i)' eieet'ii,. If landlord, and 13 city crl and the Italians iumoiI their oUfiilerslil1 tnr r.'.iundk r 4 roiiior.i By this eu jams again- - hcu:. flitef Uni h"1 of uTirt to papers rlne :tte' hod vrb.'.i- th- eleeitns r rt"!!ai-- , 'D the bag. hei io n cover. t... lie large). i ia ilI only he ihe greae' i' a rfr tvring stub abb- io elei-- t repree .ntauve "?n ei gave n her nunhei namy year- - .11 The hr- - i a great extension of i be lew of Aue-i- : it contains ele ment which certiiulv will appeal to UM retire Quieiea sue reery yrer the conservative, bui with 'he slogan pndertlsa d Ike VWsHdls r l-30th "nnivsrsal suffrage" ringing In the LtT Laxative Brorae Quinine Tablets ofmqmlnr ear. It wil: prove a great "CweeCeMlnOaeDBr. E. W. flBOVE'9 elaaeture mi Has. unl i err);iin Uc furnish Preparations Fire IJ- - and contents of the Exchange hoti-1- , one of the leading hostelrfoa in this city. Guosta numbering lad were forced to flee to the streets In their night cotihsa. There were many narrow escape. Several members of the Princes Chic Theatrical company were almost asphyxiated and were carried from th building by tee firemen. The family uf U. G Gan, including husband, wife and two daughters, were found in teoir rooms aad taken to the street by n ladder that had been elerated to tha third floor. Mrs. Gant and daughters are prostrated. dr-fle- EOR EIGHT Bd lk-c- . y.ara ago in a railroad wreck. SNYDER FINED 100. "Th. .ring," said Must Booth, "was on found my aiater'u Unger after her Alamo, low. Dee- - 26. E. S. Snymarred and der, former hanker at Olin, whose drab. and it had bent fa th. wreck. hava prised It failure cost depositors flOu.QOO and greatly on account df its aad, sweet am who fled and was later arrested at 81. sue ia lion, if the p.i-aowho stole Lonl. was sentenced today to pay a my purse would only return the ring- -; fine of $luO and coats. Snyder pleaded no matter how 1 would gladly give guilty to fraudulent banking, but credits value mauy times in order to again itors signed n plan for clemency. poaseaa it. Chicago. IVc. 3d. John Thomas Gala lagher. known in police and labor as "Black Jack, the Slngger, and accused of more acts of violence in atrikes than any other one man In Chicago's labor history, died at hia horn., yesterday. Stomach trouble, auprriudnced by tha strain and worry BIG STRIKE 2344 Wash. Ave. More Acts Of Than Any Other Man. ae-tto- Pa., ly today practically ruined wa Booth-Tucke- prsetdrot la not known. It lu generalto ly supposed (hat he endeavored reach the roust and board a sloop, than. T shall be in Uu hgai until the with the object of reaching Puerto ttoifh," said Mr. Merrill. "I do not Plata, on ihe rorth coast of ftanio Governor Domingo, and there join know of any They canParac. who has lam dismissed by the not compromise with me." by government from the poet of governor Bpaahlng of the rudonurmeut President Roosevelt and Governor of Puerto .Plata, but who mows to Higgins, of dt candidacy of J. W. urr.nder. Wad (Wurth, Jr- - ter iba speakenthip, Mr. Merritt oald: 1 am reorevlng Utter, from up the datrsaa id whioh say that Charles the rim's head was cut off for lest. Tha MSdBrBt up there again it interference by tha goraraor and President la pronounced and growing. They hot hut sight of OduO aad Higgins la this matter and art giving thrir alien tore to tha fight of the asaembly to--alaot its speaker. . This interference la a part of Pm-MaRoosevelt's plan to secure control of tha party orgaaiaadoa in other Mates a wall as Maw York. They wait to get oontrot uf Mew York teat bat the President to trying It also la Connect teat and Ohio. They are trying to got tha two sens Lora oat la Connecticut, but I think they will have n fight before they gel of through with Prank Brandegae. I do a not know whether tha President's Violence nomas from his manual detlre to run things or to ndranca his rat which X am tnellnad to fav- Family JDkaoft which, at liar tao. hit's death. lurt. lb;. 20. Adtmaib.) iun .he rebel commander, was a trucked aud sanded down to her mater. Mr. governm.ni it oops. Jr, candidate tor speak-a- r tiyThe who was killed about vhereaboura uf the morrow and will open headquarter And Just to Keep Peace in the ; - id tha iIm ummhI!.v, said today that be azpaeia la go to Albany to- . X-.- . Theatrical Company Narrowly Escaps Asphyxiation. I A. Storrut. NEW TARIFF Pnncess Chic Done-Adminis- tration etc. ? SticKneys FIRE IN A HOTEL. Beheaded for Less Than Roosevelt Has Attempting to Oust Undesirable Senators From Congress. Did you know that Santa Qaus has arrived at the Goodale Grocery Co. with his large trunks full of Fancy Crackers, Candy, Dates, Figs, Oranges, Nuts, 1905. democratic repnblis will satUfy them. I'niuntuwn. Charles t!7, the proletariat organisation with n new weapon for agitation. They no longer want concuaakyia. They are boldly proclaiming that nothing but tea enmplsta overthrow of tha autocracy and the establishment, of a BITTER STRUGGL IN NEW YORK STATE Papa and Mama DECEMBER Flaws. Oai.. Dec. 24. Sir Wilfred Laurter was greatly shocked last night when informed of tbe death of Hon. tha Prefonlalne Raymond through h cable despatch from Solicitor General Lemicnx. in Paris. In 1893 Mr. Prefonlalne was made qneens counsel and for a long term of at the Montreal city counyears w cil. He was mayor of Montreal from lSWi to ISWii. Mr. Prefnntninp was first elected ;n the provincial legislature Oi Quebec in 175 and served there i;n ISSK lu 166f. he entered tin- rliireiiilon pailiament and wn made miniver of marine and flshoileu in Xovr-ti.her- BOARDING STABLES ' Finest Turnouts in the Gty BOARDING OF DORSES A SPECIALTY 1902. , Telephone -.t Sell, 61 K. ted. 715. i- i . ' roin-iU-it- t- - CONFERRED GRAND CROSS- - Pan. President Loubet tod Jy conferred tha grand croro of the Legion of Honor on tha Russian tuba ssador. M- NeUJnff. "on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of hi j into the d'plomstic Dec 26. - en-tr- Blackham & Ernst, Props. Raeaemhfs Service Prompt and First Class Livery 239 Twenty-FiftONE AND JUST H ONE-ttAL- F at prleeib St Ogden Utah BLOCKS PROM UNION DEPOT.