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THE MOUSING EXAMINER: OGDEN, xnce men ted today by a- genera! and active trading hi ;he fii'iv l:; i :u of Comstocks, more y: tne north end and uiid.iit g'Oup fa;. a the Chronicle. Virgin I'i'J Nw Tiic : due advance in nor:h end to me important work :n it--,. e, on the 2.Aki level of Mrs. van a the northwest drift is U.!.i .ianced i: dm need the mr.hett drift i . dealong tbe skirting of the veloped on that level t v'pn.r. wiik'k ir.c .Mexproduced high grade up ican south line, and the s.u.ok- ver.a:n-t!!! bu that equally as big!. found in the latter whet iT.cu::iug SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS From Correspondents and State Exchanges lEVASAS WEALTH Road's Official Organ' Will liaiia Special Mining Edition. Ciafk gions of Nevada, bringing with him a group of locations suuth Riivoiue While it is almost impost; ne loexag results have that geraie ahead v been achieved by the pioneers In :fce Bullfrog region, and difficult to compute the auriferous value uf ores ;hst await reduction over there. Mr. Nesbit saye he found that the cone bad been carcely scratched and tbs: as big opportunities await the prospector at this time, perhaps, as those that have been embraced. Of the Mootgomery-Shoshnnthe ores of which he was permitted to study he sajs that it is undoubtedly one of the most discoveries in the rwcord of mining, and aa one of much experience tn the metallurgy as well aa the mining of ores, he does not believe the methods necessary to a recovery of the metals are going to be abstruse his credentials, with those of the res', of the committeemen, were aocepied. 1 he committee decided that the rep- resentation In the state convention would be based on the vote cast for congressman two years ago. each county being entitled to ona delegate for each 100 vote and mayor fra non thereof cast for OocgrecMtian Howell at that time- The vote at that tune was 52.715. nuking the number of delegates to the convention 527. Chairman Spry, whose resignation was handed in some weeks ago on account of his appointment to the office of L'nlted States marshal. Informed the oommhiee that it waa imposstole far him to retain the chairmanship, and he asked that the committee make hit resignation effective at once. He also presented a letter of resignation from W. M. McCrea, the secretary, who regretted that illness prevented his attendance. Mr. McCren has recenrly been appointed assistant United 8:aies district attorney. The committee accepted the two rwtignattona. and for the rest of the morning session Vice Chairman W. K. Walton of Rich county presided- At noon the committee adjourned until 1:10 o'clock. The election of Mr. Hammond came at the afternoon session. He attended the meeting and made a few remark. The committee arranged details of the convention and trnnaacted other routine busineas, after which It adjourned. Chairman Hammond was given power to appoint an executive committee end a secretary, end he will ennouere the nemee in a few daye. a vacation and the appointments will be made on hie return. Representation of Counties. The vote for congressman two years ego end tbe number of delegatee w ho will attend the state convention fol- g. K. Bilrcrrmlih. associate editor v mf Arrowhead, the official paper g ike Ban Pedro. Lo Anselea A Salt uca railroad, and lucuicmally preaa urtn (or the Clark tytiem. U ol the penny a liners lmmouaj-m- d who took Horace by Dirkena Grariey' advloe and catue weal, for ki yearn Hr. 8:lvt smith waa on the anting staff of the Piiiaburg Leader. U the present writing Mr. 8llveramlth domiciled with his w ife at the Hotel being detained here by the gaayoa. ashotit on the Balt Lake route belated lluapa and Caliente, which has caiued the suspension of both and freight traffic until Fri-y- , one. In the ssnie locality he found other says the Republican. that commended themproperties one no factor has done Perhaps selves to him, with tbe rtshn much tbe vast to mineral derelop got in evidence at points where the likeof Nevada than tbe Baa liest prospects end the beat things are rail-iaa- d Loa Salt Lake Angelea psdro. to be encountered. and Its tributary line from Lee bors on the south Is Among hie neighOapt. Jim Black, greet Bullfrog country, who ia directing the development tgu uas the of n Lae Tono-atbe Yegaa and taova group for himself and others of this railroad," eald Mr. Silversmith city, and of which Mr. Nesbit things In addition to this the iaat nening. Quite favorably. He will return to arrowhead, the official paper of the camp ia a short time to begin active stem, la devoting columns to addevelopment of hie acquisitions. The vertising what is beyond n doubt tbe rails will be Into camp in the next in tbe thirty days, according to the assurrichest mineralised Country I'aitcd States, If not in the entire ance of those in charge of construcworld. tion. and with this accomplished, ma-will shortly ksue terial with which to construct tbe clusThe Arrowhead tummoth mining edition, of which ter of projected mills will follow. (lnO.'HAO copies will be distributed in ike West, middle West and Bast. Tbe UTAH BEPUBLICAHS object of the publication la to laduce to become intereeted In the panple ireat Silver 8iate.' which hae only Weber County Will Have 57 Delegatee in State Convention received a passing glance in tbe put, and hae been snubbed ns the sage James T. Hammond, secretary of brush' stole. During tbe last six Months a greater interest hu been state under the administration of for- low: in what lies beneath tbe mer Governor Hebcr M. Welle, wee weakened Count- yau-na- e. eutra-ordina- pas-mg- rj h UTAH,' TUl'liSDAY - MORNING, Al'GUftT 23. first Monday of sstu il ii'b vi'i be heM ill e eewra'. J.sof !his aid e a trio ftthe purp se ;h. to;:,. n:g cfTt'er. One Judge of il.e inp-ru- ir ciar: nf the S'M'e of Iiau tine repre'-r,:a:um ibe Cong res of :he Uiii'ed Sa;, On state seuai.-- from ,.f i!.e folios mg &:. t:m! il::r:i-'- . , Tw.-lf.ta Ninth. Eleven Fourth, aim Two stsie seastois f; mi taih of following sens or;ai disiric's: S.x'.h and Seventh Due represeniii'iie sn the 'a:e fiuiu each of tne f,.llo:iig repreren'.a'.sve dinric:. IV, rd. Fifth. S.xh Ftven'u. Xu. h. 1eu:h. Tweitih. Thirteen:!!. F'.fvenfh S . ! - f F.t-nlu- .h r St-n- n-.- begins. In the weekly report of me superintendent of the Ophir. of v h,e snares mu a few are held ia Sa'1: Lake. that . official says that during 'lie wees he Seveaieti:h. E'.ghtietrh. has beeu raising ores :i:i huw as 1 w,nn Twetiilrtli. iii;, . tun 98.52 a much as lu addition . Tweuyt.ni-tin mine-cars- . to lius. of which there Twenty fifth. Tw !. nx-.h a aflr.i'.e that he hoisted sot and Twenty. seventh. fords as much as $41, w::n otner ores Three repreeutsilvtM ,g the Tu the Kiukead legislature from the Second tvprcaeu-tstivthat afford $15 a ton. i was delivered 126 tons, wji-.two district. of ore wee sent to Se.)y, on tbe Fout representative, m the state Pacific's shores. legislature from the Fourth and Elev- Ft:. - Ntt.e-ieeu:h- Tweuty-keooud- J TwrU-tj-fourh- e n special priviligese for any. fce po proprtatlf.n bill and th omnibus public Irlvun and the office wili pay building bill The lonciusion reached i' fare Jus! like the ordlnnri sa that the amouai of time consum ever) body will bp tr.a'cd td lu handling these two measures was alike "not unreasonable But rather positive' is a foregone conclusion 'hat ly expedlilHta" " will ue Just such a a It r."W going up troni the ore EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE ' shppevi o,er :he recent decismn of the v pas-eefg- rail-road- Tne advance guard has arrived, lo.. prat Passenger and Ticket Agent E. T Lomax of the I ntm Pacific, put, ie,1 by Alfred Harlow, the exert if the OvcrMUd Route, is In Salt Lake. General Agent IV E. Burley and A vieueral Passenger A Rett 1) 8 Simmer, of the Oregon Short Line, are here white Paul Slump, assistant general passenger agent of the Union Parihc at San Francisco; G F. Hurr of Los Angeles and William general passenger agent of :hi O. H. AN. at Ponland Ur, are cxprcird to arrive tomorrow night. ac-ck- Aug. 21. Payson. Hsd 1 not been for the prolonged storm wh.ch started Sunday afternoon and continued until have Tuesday morning, Moudsi would Ae it been e great day in Pa,-n- . ae the annual outing of me Tlntlc Miner's uulon, about 3m of tbe miners, their wives and ftiends cam down despite the continued thowere. The program could not be carried out as completely as arranged on account of the Inclement weather, but e good time waa bed by thoe who did come down. Local eitixens turned out In force and many were here from surrounding towns. The morning was takeu up with a meeting at the opera house which was addressed by D. J. Roms', I, president of the Tlntie Miner's union, editor White of the Crisis and Mayor Ammon Xebeker of thle city. The speeches were greatly enjoyed. At 3 o'clock league game of base hall was called between the Dubel Tailors of Sslt Lake and the BHierocks of Tlntie on the High school campus. Eureka won by a aeore of I to 1. nearly scoring a sliut-ouTha day's program concluded with a grand hall In the pavilion, conducted by the Mlner'e union and waa attended by a targe crowd - life bruth. and tbe viat discoveries elected chairmen of the Republican Beaver . gold and copper have startled the a late committee yesterday afternoon. Box Elder rorld. Hie election was unanimous and there Cache "ia order to gather data for the wee no dissenting voice In the commit- Carbon . ...... nlnlng issue, I have personally visi- tee. During the morning and after- LM vie ted the gold camps at Searchlight noon sessions perfect harmony pre- ' Emery sad Crescent, in the Bullfrog district, vailed and the committeemen from i Garfield at Tonnpab. Goldfield and Manhattan over the state expressed the great- Grand vic- Iron sad at Ely, and Falrview, besides est confidence In f a Republican tbe Green-true- r tory this fsll, not only In the state, Juab spending some time in country which is rich In copper. but in each county as well. jKane Prom IS to 30 pages of tbe mining The committee selected Thursday, Millard issue will bo devoted to exploiting September 27, aa the date of the state Morgan the gold and copper reeuurces of the convention. It will be held at the Piute .... Silver Bute.' Salt Lake theatre, beginning it 11 Rich .... "To give you a partial ides or the o'clock on that day, and there will Salt Lake nignltude of tbe mineral wealth, he a representation of 527 delegates Ban Juan Is the counties. Sslt Sanpete Bullfrog district alone there from the twenty-seve- n are 235 prospects, of which number Lake's representation will be 140, the : Sevier it Is perfectly safe to say that 200 largest delegation In the convention. Summit rill develop In'o paying mines. The committee met at 10 o'clock j At Tooele Tonnpab and Goldfield there la a morning at the office of the I In tab ......a... number of Counproportion raked state land board in the City and Utah out tn keep the country goipg for ty building, pursuant to the call r.f Wasatch the nhlpmentp twenty yearn, ag- William Spry, the retiring chairman. Washington gregating $230,000 a week, which Mr. Spry presided at the meeting and. W ayne ......... is 12.ooo,ooo a year. And when I In (he sbsence of W. M. McCren, j Weber make these statements the hslf has Kuchler of Ogden acted ns temnot teen told." porary secretary. The resignation of A. Fred Wey, the Salt Lake county ON THE COMSTOCK. OVER AT BULLFROG. , committeeman, was accepted and Major H. P. Myton was unanimously Bait Lake,. Aug. - 22. Watsna , H. elected to fill his place. John Me'eere Good Ore Coming to the Surface Netoit. to whose intelligent endeavors the Shares. place as committeemen from Sevier not a few of the more prominent of county was filled by J. H. Erickson, Tintics producers trace their origin, who had been elected at a recent The upward movement In Mexican fcu returned from the re meeting of the county committee, and yesterday with large aelea wee aupple- - t. 4 I enth leprekentative d.stric's Then representative m the state legislature fniu the tVuneeuih rrpre rvmtatlve idstrtci Two representatives ,n the state legislature from the Eighth representative district. Tvo representsttves in the s ste legislature from the Fourteenth district. In esch county In the ttste. two county oomniissrmers. one for ihe tern of four yesrs and one for tbe term f two yeers: a county sheriff, a county recorder, a county treasurer, a count) euperintendent of school and s county surveyor, each for the term of two years. In esch count), having a property valuation of gsn.ooo.tion a county auditor. In each precinct of cept in cities having a more than 15.Qhi and end upwards, the state, expopulation of less than inhabitants, a justice of the peace 40.-00- 0 and constalc.h and constable. In testimony whereof. I have hereunto eel my hand and caused the great teal of (he State of Utah to be hereunto affixed at Salt Lake City title 2ih day of Auguet, A. D. 1906. JOHN C. CUTLER. (Sexlj Hy the Governor. C. 8. TIXGKY. Secretary of State. HARRIMAN CONCLAVE. PROCUMATION FOB ELECTSCN Balt Lake. Aug. 22. All (be leading Harriman psasanger light of the Full Text of Governor Cutler's Call traffic family are heading Sir Salt NoIn for tho Big Contest lake to attend n conference which vember, will occur on Friday. Salt Lake being , als-sta- NEW CONCERNS ORGANIZED. Salt 22. suf-tdr- at n $1.00 round HEIRS TO AN ESTATE. ; Thirteen German Are to Divide a .Great. Fertuns. . . Waukesha. W!., Aug. 22. Tea resi(if this city claim to b heirs to the estate of (he let Michael Roup, a brewer of Germany, who left a for tun aaid to amount to nearly fflQ0, F.Hi.Odtt. Edward Roup, of Buffalo, came her yesterday and after g with him. th hairs signed affidavits affirming their kinship with the deceased hrewer. Thera are said to he thirteen helm In all. The German ambassador In Washington has commentceied with the heirs and says th ratal is boas fid. dent eoa-suliln- ' EXCURSION TO BOISE. IDA, Aug. SleL .Sept, 2nd. let, Via Oregon Short Line $12 fie round Account Irrigation Oun grass, Tickets good to return until Sept. 15th. trip.- g ONE OF THE AGITATORS Identified sa sn Old Offender Against Helsingfors. Aug. 22. Platin. ooe of the agitators captured at Bvrsborg fortress at th time of the suppression of the recent mutiny there, turns out to have been Involved ia the mm. lay at Odessa of th crew of the bib Nelson and Bopbla Paulson. Mar, Ueahip Kolas Potemkina in Article of Incorporation of (he 1905, for which he waa exiled te Sifiled were company Exploration L5 years but escaped from la the secretary nf state's office thle beria for The principal place of busi- that country. morning ness Is Balt Lake City, and the object DEATHS IN CHICAGO. of the company will be to acquire, mill sell and mining claim, operate 22. Seven people dead altea, smeller or smeller products, andChicsgo.Aug. twenty prostrated as s result of water rights, tramways, etc., and te the Intense tha record for carry on a general mlnlug. milling, the 24 hourshumidity, isat 2 a. m. ye ending sampling, smelting ore. acquiring and terdav. Tbe thermometer only reachtreating business. The anthorlsed ed 51 but fha humidity capital is given aa $10,000, tn shares stood nlyesterday, 52 per cent for the day and of the par value of $1 each. . The ofwas th chief cause of the Buffering ficers of the company are John A. and discomfort. Thousands sought Kirby, president; James K. Us vis, vice relief from ihe Intense beat at ihe prealednt; Juha T. Hod son, treasurer; various lake beeches and swimming Frank B. Cook, manager. The board setl-mIn the city and tbe polio of directors Is made up of tbe above pools that 25.000 paopl want bathing officers, with Wllllsm H- - Webber, Robert G. hy alectrie light last night John B. Thompson and IPOS, by Jeroma K- - Javomw advantage that the faroign. over the THE possesses is that he is born does not have t try te be a we do. He does not have to ' the new year with the revolution I e good, ami succeed, bar accidents, I 'icm so till the middle of January. I1 is good all the yeki round. M s foreigner in told to mount or from a tram on the near aid, Jt Statement. Even then, had the passenger asserted that he had entered by the proper entrance hla word would have been taken. Much easier to the foreign official mind would It have been to believe that the conductor had been struck by th Lord with temporary blindness than that man bom of woman would have deliberately done anything expressly forbidden by a printed notice. Myself. In hi case. I should have lied and got the trouble over. But he was a proud man or had not much sense one of the two and so held fast tn the truth. It was pointed out to him that he must descend Immediately and wait for the next tram. Other gendarmee were arriving from every quarter: resistance under the He seemed hopeless. circumstances said he would get down. He made to descend this time by the proper gate, but that was not justice. He had mouned the wrong side, he must alight th wrong side. fHAT WOUIJ) MAKE THINGS RIGHT FOR THE FUTURE. not occur to him that it would 1 possibly to secure egress ' ... or ingress to tliat tram from the 'lride. In Brussels one I witnessed !.ir:r.g attempt by a lawless foreigner t msr a tram from the wrong side. T':g.iie waa open; he was standing r behind It. A line of traffic waa h. nr; way; to have got around to the Mae of that tram woulJ have missing it. lie entered when 'it 'inductor was not looking and tools . st. Th astonishment of the con i on finding him there was im r 'nr. How did he get there? The r 'nTirtor had been watching th props' -- m ranee, and the man had not pass-- t I' h--s - 'fi: v.-i- t him. Later the true explanation rg'Rtod Itself to the conductor, but awhile he hesitated to aecute t !w human being of such crime. Hs 'ra!sd tn the passengs, himself. V.'as hla presence there to be account'd -r by miracle or by sin? r 1- tt m ; , It waa f. Te in nurrow than In sngr that the requested him at once to lve. The pasrenger proving refrae-- ahalt was called and tbe gendsrr!e appealed to. After the manner Policemen, they sprang, 9 It were, ffooi the ground and up behind s" imposing officer whom I took to be tr.!r sergeant. At first the sergeant ait!d hardly believe tbe conductors Tt.f pnsr-nce- r ' ALONG Th HIGHWAYS dramatization of the AND uf David Corson" I Mid to be th t"- - "ver achieved even hy Mil Lottl 'ir Parker, the famous playwright. ha isc- - Wilhelm of Germany I ult ' he th indlvidua who trted th for trln1es r'''mct "mn win he S dancing frocka. yrateful w him. tar Y Briytoto. Mu, M On one occasion 1 accompanied an American lady to a ' German' opera house. The taking off of hats In the German sehauaplelhaus Is obligatory, and again I would It were so la England. But th American lady Is accustomed to disregard rules made hy mere man. Bha explained to the doorand threw them behind him. A policekeeper that sh waa going to wear her man stopped him and explained to him hat. He. on hla side, explained to her not; they were both a bit quite politely the taw upon the sub-tt that she wasone another. 1 took ths short with agreed that ject. My military friend was a very good taw, thanked the man opportunity to turn acids and buy a Ths fewer people there for hla Information and said that for programme. the future he would bear It In mind. That, a the policeman pointed out. would make things right enough for tbs future, but meanwhile tt was nec th essary to deal with th pee withscatfifty or so pieces of paper lying tered about the road 'and pavement. My military friend, with a pleasant laugh, confessed he did not see what was to be done. The policeman, more Imaginative, saw a way out. It waa that my military, friend should set to work and pick up those fifty scraps of paper. He Is an English general on the retired Hat and of Imposing appearIs ance: his manner on occasion He did not see himself on haughty. his hands and knees In the ehlef street of Dresden. In the middle of the afternoon, ricking up paper. The German policeman himself admired that the situation was awkward. If the English general could not acrett It there happened to be 'an alIt waa that the English ternative. general should accompany the policeman through tho streets, followed by th usual crowd, to tho nearest prison, some three miles off. It being now 4 o'clock In the afternoon, they would probably find tho Judge departed. But CROSS EXAMINED HIM FOR ABOUT A QIAHTER OF AN HOUR. twenty stone. As I explained. I was busy buying a programme, and when I returned my friend had her hat In her hand and was digging pins Into It.- - I think she wag trying to make believe It was the heart of the doorkeeper. Sh did not want to llstro te the opera, she wanted to talk about that doorkeeper, hut they would not even let her do that. She ha spent three winters In Germany since then Now when eh foals like passing through n door that la standing wide open Just In front at her and which leads to Just the place she wants to get to. and an official shakes his head at her and explains that rha must not, but must go up two flights of stairs and along a corridor and down another flight of stain and so get to her place that way. she apologises for her error and trots off looking ashamed of herself. Continental governments have trained their ci'lsens to perfection. Obedience Is th continent's first taw. The story th is told of a Fpan-Is- h king who was nriy drowned because the particular official whore duty It is to dive In after Spanish kings when they tumble out of boats happened te he dead and his successor hsd not yet been appointed I can quite believe. On the continental railway STAND IN THE DOORWAY WITH A if you ride second class with a first FARAWAT LOOK. class ticket you render yourself liable are mixed up In aa argument. I always to Imprisonment. What the penalty Is think, the better. My companion ex- for riding first with a second class claimed quite frankly to tbe door por- ticket I cannot ray probably death, ter that it did not matter what he though anAmerlcan friend of mine came raid, she was not going to take any no- very near on one occasion to finding tice of him. He did not look a talkative out. AH would have gone well with look after bar Httl daughter aa cara-full- y a if h wer a workingman's wife. 8 duet Mr. ' Mary Washington Moroalnl of Nw York. Mr. Rooue-ve- lt xiodel mother. Is court Berlin preetiquette dance. I of dancing skirt that barely kllet Margaret J. Evan of dean scribe Carlton woman department th floor. the touch college, NorthflelA Minn ffpme of the bet mother la AmeriMn. Ella Ongman, who ha mad ca belong to the fashionable society Alaska, ha start- claa. Mrs. George Gould I devoted many exploration t intbe extreme north Clarence children.' Journey ltra. Mackag tp her V0MANS REALM. ruined by having a lumbering, heavy partner put hi foot through It in a BYWAYS "Eademp-- 1 time end maybe this announcement further discouraged him In any case he msde no attempt to anawar. All h did sas to stand In tbs center of th doors sy with a faraway look In his eyes. Th doorway was some four feet wide; ho waa about three feet six across and weighed shout known K beforehand." It It Thera la a law throughout Germany an excellent taw it la. I would we had It In England that nobody may scatter paper about the street. An English military friend told me that ena day tn Dresden, unacquainted with this rule, he tore a long letter he had been reading Into some fifty fragment! manat any th most comfortable thing possible In prison calls should be allotted to him, and the policeman had little doubt that the general having paid his fine of 40 marks, would find himself a fra man again tn time for lunch the following day. The general suggested hiring a ho to pick up th paper. Th policeman referred to ths wording of the taw and found that this would not be permitted. "I thought tha matter out," my frtsnd told me. "Imagining all th pneslble alternatives. Including that of knocking ths fellow down and making a bolt, and ram a to th conclusion that his first suggeatlon would, on the whole, result In the least discomfort. But I had no Idea that picking up small scraps of thin paper off greasy atones was tbe business that I found It It took mo nearly ten minutes and afforded amusement. 1 calculate, to over a thousand people. But It ia a good taw. mind you. AH I wish Is that I had IN . rtut J ' ern part of the territory. Bhe wlU make srlentlflc and ethnological Investigation among the Tslmahlon E kirn to, a tribe never yet viuitod by white men. These Eskimo live fifty mite north ef Point Barrow. To make cold mint aauce for lamb, to two tableepoonfjlr ashed and finely minced meat add pill of vinegar In which two tahleapoonful of granulated Seaton sugar have been dissolved. him If he had not been so darned'' bonsrt. He was one of time men who prtd themselves upon being honest, j believe he takes a positive pleasure In being honest. H had purchased a second rlaas ticket for a station up a mountain, but meeting by chance on th platform a lady arqualntanc. had gone with her Into a first rlaas compartment. On arriving at the Journey's end he explained to the collector what ha had done, and, with his purse In his hand, demanded to know the difference. They took him Into a room and picked the dpor. They wrote out his confessing and read It over tn him and made him sign It. and then they sent for a The policeman cross expoliceman. amined him for about s quarter of an hour. They did not believe the story about th tody. Where waa tha lady? He did Jiot know, They searched the neighborhood for her. but could not what turned find her. He suggested out to be the truth that, tired of loitering about the station, she hod gone An anarchist outup the mountain. rage had occurred In a neighboring town aonie months before. The policehim for man suggested searching bombs. Fortunately the agent of a tourist firm, returning with a party, arrlvad upon the scene and took It upon himself to explain In delicate language that my friend was a hit of an aaa and could not tell first class from second class It was the red cushions He that had deceived my friend. a matter thought It was first class: of fact. It waa second class. quarreling with th possessor of th other dog aa to which began IL explaining to Irate elderly ladle that he did not kill ihe cal that th cat mint have died of heart disease while running arras th road, assuring disbelieving gams keeper that he is not y mr dog. that you liav not tht faintest notion whose dog hs Is. With th foreign dog life Is a peaceful proceeding. When the foreign dog e a row, tear spring to his eye, he hastens on and tries to When th foreign find a policeman. rat tn a hurry he stands dog sees aside te allow her to pass. They dreee th foreign dog eome of them la a little coat with a pocket for his and put shoes on his feet. They have not given him a hat not yal. When they do he will rontrlv by some means or another to rate it politely when he meets a rat he think ha knows. t R On morning In a continental city I rama serous a disturbance it might be more correct te say tha disturbance cams arms ms: It swept down upo me. enveloped me before I knew that 1 was In It. A fns terrier It was. belonging te a vary young tady. It was whan the disturbance am to a certain extent hsnd-kerchi- t Everybody breathed again. Tha war torn up amid universal Joy. and then th fool of a ticket collector wanted to know what about the lady who must have travelad In a second class compartment with a first class ticket. It looked as if s hsd time were In store for her on her return to the But the admirable personal station. conductor wss again equal to th occasion. He explained that my Mend waa also a hit of a liar. Whan he eald he had travelad with Oils tady hs wa merely boasting. H would have liked waa all t have traveled with her. that he meant, only hi Gertcsn was shaky. scene. Joy once more entered upon th te be My friend's character appro red abanHe wss not the doned wretch for whom they hsd take wandering him only, apparently. Idiot Buch a one th German official could respect. At the expense of such on th German official even consented te drink beer. eon-tensi- it m Not only th foreign man. woman and child, but th foreign dog 1 horn good. In England. If Fu happed te he the possessor of a dog. much of your time la taken up dragging him out of fights. TO YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCURSION Saturday, Aug. ESth, Round trip from Ogden, $4$M. Thla Includes nil and stag transportation te and through th Park, also hotel expense for th seven days' trip in the Fart:. Only SO people can go on thle eicuralon. Make your naerva-tiuo- s at once. Vntaa Dpo. Tkt Offic. . ALBERT. O. LANE DEAD. Chicago, August 22. Albert CL Lan. one of the moat widely ha own edunat on in th weat, dld at bln hom her today, following an attack of narsoua proatiatlnu. aged 65 years. He waa nf one lime president of th National Edii'ntinn association. nearest tram going a I have laid, th forslgitrr M born good. I left her giving her name and address to saves different people. N It But It wo about th dog I wlahad te speak more particularly. He bad Innocently enough, trying te ratrh a sparrow. Nothing delights sparrow more than being chased hy dog. A doarn times h thought hs had the sparrow. Then another dog had got tn hla way. I don't know what they call thla breed f dog. but abroad It te popular; It ho no tell and look Ilk a pig wkea tblnga nr going wall with II This particular specimen when I saw him looked more Ilka part of a door mat Th fns terrier hod sataed It hy tbe scruff of th Beck sad kad rolled It ever Into th gutter Just in front if a motor cycle. 11a owner, a large lady, had darted ont to save tt and had collided with th motor cyrtlst. Th larg lady bad been thrown wait half a dosen yarda against an Italian hoy carrying a tray load of planter ImageIa, I have sera a good deal of trouble my Ilf, hut never an yet that did not have an Italian Image vender somehow or other mixed up la II Where these boys hid in time of peace Is a mystery- - The shone of being upset brings thorn out a sunshine brings out files. Tho meter cycle had dashed Into a Httl milk cart arid hod spread It nut neatly In th middle of tho tram line. Tho tram traffic looked Ilk being mopped for a quarter of an hour, hat th Idea of every approaching tram driver appeared to b that hy ringing hi bell with sufficient vigor this seeming obstruction would fads away and disappear. on th Bui com-mena- ed ? In an English town tell this woald not have attracted much attenttoa. Borne-bod- y would have esptalirad that a dog wa th original causa, and tha whola eerie of events wqirtd appeared ordinary and natural. Into these for- -' hv signers the bar enterad that the Almighty for om raaaea was angry with them. A ppHtoMoft ran to aatek th deg- - Th delighted dog nailed baici- c! ward, bariatog terloumg. . afid Mad to Q throw op pavtgg ad ones xrtfb hi bind That frtqteunaS a naraomaid THE LADT HAD BEEN THROWN levs. waa who wheeling .a parophutetor. AOAIKBT AN ITALIAN BOY. ntetowd into th and then tt waa thst-over that we discovered he belonged t proceeding. ffi afr of tetaaqte this young lady, fihe arrlvad toward th pavement win a pafiwffiBKfbr the end ef the disturbance, vary much on Ute of m and aklhwllng Mby'na eut of breath: sh had been running the other 7 teld f dbougM aata a tor-imfor a mil, poor girt, and ahratlng moat of him. FurgmfUl thaA Bum of th way. When aha looked round land that fee nd row l th thing that bad hap- stand m. I tffid tt film pened and hod hsd ether thing that she had missed explained te Per she bunt Into tears. Th English owner of a fox terrier would hsv given on leak round and then have Jumped up & y&rT; IB-- -- appropriate wear, fescauM th crossing at tha walet and praadlng out for tho shoulders gives an exaggerated appearance nf width. To be too faddy about food and health la a danger trap besetting a woman whose lonely life has to be filled up somehow Now. Just aa a "watched a too carefully pot never holla," PFor women with narrow shoulders watched constitution rarely thrive. 1 Mlsa Ruth T- - Newton, an art atudent th moat tha tefcu sty; of pinafore with a Utile white pepper. Let this stand half an hour before serving. Rlc-- u tea with carbonate of potash will make the hair wav prettily. The application of fabric to woodwork la one of the new effect In decin handsome oration. and rretonn for this pur- patterns I quite popular . ai Jerome K. Jeromes Opinion of Goodness Thaii Grates on Us; A Foreigner Has the Advantage Over &n Englishman or American uyvima fTwricht. i Russia. stop-ove- gold-betrin- g - - Articles of Aug imvrporation were filed yesterday in the office of the secretary of stsie, of the Cache Valley Tea A Soda Wqter cumitany The principal place of business is at Logan, aud (he object of the corporation if to carry on a general wholesale and retail ubsiuets la tea. soda water, spices, baking powder. etc The authorised capital ia llO.OtiO, divided into 1 (hid share of a par value of $1 each. Six hundred shares have been set aside to provide fur (be tsk-luover nf the business, the balance to he put into the treasury, to be sold from time (o time, to as the requirements of the corporation neaeceuate. Tu officers are: P. M. ffisulson, treasurer aud president; Edward Krumpat, and manager; Minnie Kroupet, secretary. The hoard of directors is composed of the officers together with George I. Rich, Peter C. Lake. the central point practically of tbe ysiem. they are coming from Ihe north, south, east and west, to gather Gemmell. in the board room nf the Oregon Short "1 suffered habitually from canal Line nd lit In solemn conclave asDoan's Regulate relieved nod sembled. Aided and abetted by (he legal ad- strengthened tbe bowels, so that they Proclamation: A. E they will proceed bav been regular evsr since. Whereas, Section 780 nf the Revised vice forthcoming, Statutes of Utah fixes tho first Tues- to dissect the new rate hill and give Parts, grocer, Eulphur Springs, Tex. day after the first Monday In Novem- an interpret at ion to just what It ber in the year 1906 si the day for means. When this hss been arrived GOVERNMENT FRINTINQ OFFICE at it Is on the cards that a program holding the general Flection, and Whereas. Section 7$3 of the Revised will be drawn up and strictly adrekrd le Acquitted ef the Charge ef Undue Statutes of Utah provides that at to. Delay. The matter of rates will be the mvernor must Issue sn election r privileges, the comWashington, Aug. 22. The governproclamation at least sixty days before a general election. plete wiping off tbe slate nf all free ment printing office is acquitted on ' Now, therefore. I, John f. Cutler, transportation, txtenslon of tlekeia, the (barge of undue delay In sanding governor f the Bute of Utah, In ac- the payment of newspaper and mag-sln- e final prints of hills to congress In th wltb ' "audl cordance legislaadvertising In transportation and last ( nd of the recent session. An Inquiry Inin the causes of dflay ture requirement, . do hereby a number of other features will he Gth threshed out. As was the rase with was made hy the senate committee on on that the proclaim day at November. A. D. 1906. the ihe freight men so will lie with the printing. Tbe Inquiry had especial refsame being the first Tuesday after the paraenger departments there will lie erence to th general deficiency ap- Tbe following election proc.lemaMon issued by Governor Cutler for tho November' contest Is furthcoming published in full: By the Governor of (he Slate of Utah, Via Oregon Short Line. trip. All tra.es. - llis-sriiu- cer-loa- GREAT TIME AT PAYSON. Sunday, Aug. 24ttv. j thtt-dgk-wh- a t tflMt,; gn Erl. Fa. won seeenUy a pete 06 Ijod for nkatehas Htuntrattag a posi "Th Old Rohloas,"" hy fells Margatol Of Chiffon te modish for dress oceastoai this aamaou. Far coat and akirt. ar cloth or alk gown, gltffiss to match nr In black and whit nr used. White many ef theM are shaped, they are net o high la IL hack as they were lost i .