MORNING TITE EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS. I n4 pendent Phon Rad Im rings BUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Pficn Boll 'Phono, ring THE m No. 56 Paper ni As then bo quorum prroi-c- : loot night, the board at oduroiUM did bo: moor, but adjourned until imey. lamed yes- license terday to Aaron Kluhardeon. aged 21. of timirhfield and Hiaa Ida Wheeler, aged lb, of Salt Lake (Vy. ho has been Hiaa Celeste Ccaorsy, studying Inxtrunu'ieal muetc In Europe years, has npeiii-i- l during iba past a atiiillo over Can"e d"wZ ainre ta i' Hon. George M. C uunou. cashier of the Zion Having h.tnfc of Bei! Luke n i.xporien, CHy. la in Ggn-having arrived on he T p ni bum-nea- t, - train yesterday The Woodmen of tho World and thalr lad lea held their annual tiling I the Hermitage yesterday. A dance In the evening oompleaed the enjoyable ouling team owned by H Bonn wag. which was standing wnhltrhnri in the rear of Cragnn's atoir. hecama untied and got on a rampage about 4:10 p m yesterday. The horses heroine frightened and raa south on Waahlngin avenue ai breakneck They speed truck tho hind ahead of a buggy which was standing at one aids of the street and put it out of commission, but avoided further collision, their thera was much hualneas m Many union men had assembled at. the ai roots at the time. the depot, but no demonstration was made. One of the moat popular woidx Richard H. Utile and Christian T. current in the email waa the word Hagerty, the correspondents who nra acali," but as the men on the train attempting to break the transcontiere virtually held prisoners they ha l nental automobile record, will leave no opportunity to remonstrate. Two ev . of the strike breakers who wore eviearly this morning for Bella, , where they will meet their machine dently diaval lafled with their erav.minu-datumsand continue the trip, ttuppltra armade their eiil through the rived yesterday and their auto, which ear window and disappeared In the had broken down near KeNnn, la again crowd. in good condition. They are ponfldent After taking on n flora f provision that they will atill he able to clip the train left at 7:6 p. m. and about about eight date off tha touring half an hour Inter the aacmtd section car record of thirty throe days. After arrived. Although thera werd many they have reached Ban Francisco they . ,nw.di ther seemed to be ctmalderad will return at once to New Vork, ejid. ntttr, ornament. for no sooner had It la pnaaihla, they will soon atari on l lbt, 1ra(n Rtnpped than most of th auto trip. another passengers swarmed off the cars and They, too, Mingled with th crowdwere of youthful appearance, hut there SENSATION OYER werw few foreigners among them. Not withstanding th feet that they GERMAN LETTERS In arguments with union and man alike and that the police were kept busy dispersing tha crowds that gathered to hear the dis1. Moscow. Aug. Viedomnatl, th disorder was. apparent leader of the reactionary press at Rus- cussions, igv Philadelsia. created a aenaatbm today by print- Tbs train waa In charge 4 a man named O'Brien, although hi phia between exchanged ing correspondence New Yoik. M. Vaefovtrh. who bolds the rank uf follower were enlisted at was taken State rotincilkir and who la president A larga stock of provisionsR:30. of the monarchist party of Kiev, and on and tha train left at the dur a rumor became curIr. Von Miguel, the German charge rentDuring that tha strike breakers had made d'affaires at Bt. Patenting. Prom tha Green Rivletters printed It appears (hat upon the g raid on the depot hotel at not he corro recent report that Rinperor William er, Wyo., hut thla couldmen berated. Borne of the admitted, bad Invited Count Witt to Wilhelm-shohad been trim hie that M. T'aofvlch, In tha name of however, that there asserted hut tha' at that place, they all the fartkms of the Russian was due to one of the guard party, telegraphed to the Ger- this man Emperor expressing deep regret who foolishly fired a gun while the at Green River. that 'atirb' a splendid monarch and train a stopping head of tbe friendly German people" They said that Him hit of nonchalance should receive a man whom the whole almost cost the guard hi life, for Russian people regarded aa being the thera waa annte strong talk f lynching Whil traveling through Wyoming guilty anihiir of the nineties to which tha country was plunged and the pro- veMerday they orgnnlacd. it Is auld, and made a demand fur better food voker of tetroriem lnplvpd by host to th Jews, to whom he la friendly. and more of It, and emphasized their the life of Rercral day litter M. I'wfnvirh. ac- reqnest by threatInenlng brother law of Farley, and cording to the Vlndomiadl, received Poole, athe train In a hody. Their dethrough Dr. Von Miguel, a letter saying leaving to supha had been directed by ihe foreign mands were met by a promise with three guod meala a day secretary to say that tbe telegram to ply them the German emperor was haed on and conaeouentlv they watched the a large store of provision misapprehension, aa Erniror William taking on of Dgden with no small degree of had not rereived Count Witte and had I lereat. intention of reviving him. I Many of them asserted that they I war In sympathy with the unions and Th German Si da. S1.- -AI Rt. Petersburg, Aug. ,hl German embassy today Dr. Vnu Mi ;nnn,p,tl,n ,,, guel, the German charge d'affaires. In im We are meat rrteudear former! the AMoriuted Frew that, hy A In-n- r'" th! later. It nui eja'Ki.r'Vrsi nrd take honest and M 111 hut in a tuwise his rcpl had lnen dls--' toned. He simply wrote that thg tele, gram of the monarchists was based on aa erroneous Impression and that Emperor William had not mtule known to any one his intention reEnnling Count Witte. "r men's place most of ua is to get to 'Friaco free. You know, we get our fare paid on this trip. Most of os are union tradesmen. "We want to put ourselves in the right light before the western people Thcie are on this train nlmur five hunwill deLOUISVILLE WANTB CONVENTION dred and at least two hundred sert when tliev gel ro 'Friseo Hoping that some of us at least will New York. Aug ;tl - A delegation not he niliij'idueii bv the western peu of prominent citron uf Kentucky call- pie, we remain, verv litib. ed on the nuTtiber of ihe I Vino-crvk"THE COMMITTEE" na'lotial oninti'iee yeaienlny pi presented an im Mat ion 'o tb PROJECTS FOR SETTLEMENT jteniiwrnta to hold th'-i- iicxr natlnn.il at litiivil!i.AninIK United Railroad riant ention in ! and fitnkero Will the delogntc were narlonal onimli-tcei.tt'Submit Case to Arbitration. Vriah Moral win, John It. fa tleuuvi. E. II How on. ITionma R. GorThe following Associated Tres dl don. ,'tihn W Vicrland M E Tav-lo- patch, on the 'Frisco sl'iin'lcn. wx hour ri is Ia ula VcQuown. II n Sml'h. received nt an Soirb '."rlmhlc and other Mr. Woodson su'd he bad received Ran Frmcieco luu 11 The pros mi a h"number of for Iiim" e'!lHU'nt of Ihe pledge retort H'eeit pen ti, vote Ion's men's arlke aro brigh'er tonight 'hm ville when the rim come thev have at nnr time sm-- itoTh ohlect4 c r nik fi-- - rsil fr lu-e- n ."i guard frnpi f'ht and wt'h ' of vntt'liful the x'ltkina men, rtrw It: revoiv-- r siint ' his and fir,'d The bu'.ift pned tbroreh the htr of who ttn I.e. n Purls bvatander, arn st on iuc.ll.it, ly iai.rd I artri'w charBlu the euvd weh n w.irism n -- : ti ,1 ' cniiinr! murder af'criirxin Purtna nlnvi' 'tta! tie s'ri-I'cna fi'.dl toda. h., nrr'V-'ic fni'ral ra'irruni s ,n tin juilnst 'her w'l! bv ntnicd aua'd made an urr.l : hr pnlicch g.ivcn Pulire i I'Utmtsvioncr li.iacrr'v ,nd j Reyn', Id writ! Ini', 'be bar 'I irk rtcadM ar la"n ar Fillmmc : T't sin-et- . tutor wf 'nr f Kind j ' - i bcr-i-u- I bn-vic- I SPECTACLE . LENSES GROUND TO ORDER , t nl of x '!) iiirec-I- , xkins depofiiorx. part In litiga'iun at 'lo- exp-ns4 'uel,- - fund before 'hey Ike 1 wp'-- him. hxie Th" failure of 'he Real Estate Trust N i to lead to a levinlon of lie n'zte lie. - g.vverntrs trui ComFtidei he prevent law trust paq I. on;;,;, Mb in ' ix state sre permitted lenim.-- f ' do m-iand a movea foot to separate the ment i no nqirofi: fak-'he iheni not - - e i 1 -'j w, i wither th' wi'l RAILROAD 5'J'D. Ana 21. The first l.mtage alleged d"er'ni-l-dM'-m-atv'M.g of rebs'es to favor, ei cua' r.u pm ).., by ritltroad com. following he rrsn' litvccig.,. yane. I '.on bv the coatmerre ,n'cr' wcie Ti1 i er tod'- br ".itie ! The damage askrctt' Phi'.a ;ilt f.r REMEMBER Of the strike breaker :,n' desire to levve or n'c.i rs-t- r were the 'Hv against HOT WEATHER IN ALL PARTS OF ENGLAND Nunc of Brinjf 111 oriilitg pregrription to tin anti w will fill it at th loweat jtoesibl prico. Our date hack fori t wouIt year or ntoro. WE EXAMINE EYES EREE th' feui'datton CHARGE f,-- 1 ed J. S. LEWIS & CO., Opticians Hiff-iv'- e da'r irio-- e than an! tbe pours, 'vama Railroad cempany the so'e dcfcq.iaat in the actios AT THE BIO CLOCK, WAPIT. AVE. I Kel'a " ihe married her husband hm' And did he? I'" I Bel's We'!, in way He does 11 ) h' ik,fg a hum" now New Iraq, refo'TT, He ljondon. :;4 31. The last day of Aucus: nil records for heal In Mv. country. The Uternicne-e- r- - clxtered ? degree in tl;e shade un. No pvtra.kui and 2? in th 1 wer- - re,re(i Th" h"' inienxe England in aene-- ii o In Fame place the Judge piei.!:r.g over the dicnttled m ceur n:e h emir.tv rrpnr'ed Jn';c, in rhrir ehir' e'eeve - .fOn e j t;iti;ai.red ty the taun'e Joi-- I sou-he- . Ih, - fornia. A Rock Coal Company Mr. Copper is not. ready, at this Appaala time, to dianose the Identity of the Washington. yndlcate and other interests behind ill project. He say that the inWashington, Aug. 31. -- That tha Commerce comntlaalon la to corporation articles have been filed next few and alao that the interest! behind the the he a busy body for months waa evldeuenl by th number undertaking are among the biggest various financier in this country and England, of complaints filed against railroad cumpanie Shipper held and that the road would he built. hack many of these tint 11 the new rata law went into effect an a to take adSOLDIERS REFUSED vantage of the term "f that meaaura. two of typiTa Eat Tainted Meat Bant te a Following are abstract cal caaex tiled today: Fort the The City of Spokane; Spokane th and SpoChamber p4 Commerce Colcago, Aug. 3i. A special from kane Jobbers' Association against the Indiana polls aaya: Northern Pacific Railway company, The United States troop In Camp Great Northern company, at Fort Benjamin Harrison made It Railway OreI'nlun Pacific Railway company, plaiu yesterday that they . would not gon Ra'lniad and Navigation company, accept as ration tainted meat, and Railand Northern and Spokane Falls for an hour or more there were Indiway rumpany. Completing Hnea aer cations of rebellion against the rations. 5G3 mile 118 to that Bpokaue la from The beef bad been taken to he clover to points of origin or destination camp in a refrigerator car. and had In the eastern state than Tacoma, Becolor after being exposed to1 attie and Portland, bnt that on almoat changed tha air for several hour. dethe carried trxfflc all Interstate by ot the soldiers caused The fendants from state east of Washing- a boardprotest of Inspection to be appointare rates ton to Bpokane the charged ed which reported that the beef was equal to those cltargM to Beattla, Ta- tainted In apota. but recommended coma and Port Ian 1, pin the kical rate that the iiutnlniad parts be ued. Gen. charged front those cities hack to Spo- Garter, hnwefer, ordered all the beef kane. It la averred that the Bpokane new ration issued. those destroyed and a largely exceed freight rale simother of city charge J shippers any OvartwreeA Boats. ilarly situated; god that good can he "TYhen a small boat rain Ism," said with Spoto cities competing ehtpperi kane. such aa Butte. Helena, and Great an old river man, "tbe occupant Kali. Mont., for leva than they can be should not try to climb aboard, but delivered at fipoknne. The difference should lightly cling to it nutfl help azainsl Bpokane la from 2A cent to comes. Even a light canoe will In all SI per loo pound of freight, and then probability sustain their weight until the Jobbers there have to purchase ear niMlstauee arrives if they will only load lota to get carload rate, whirl) as liffbtly to Its overturned sides are given to other cities on smaller cling ns possible, allowing the Indy to float favorthe contention that The lot. Taeonta and Por;. In the water, which It will do, and not able rate to under any clreutnstnni-to attempt to use of water comlain) are made pel it Ion U " characterized ns a "mere tear down upon the canoe or to crawl The petitioners ask that upon tbe overturned bottom. subterfuge the rate to ami from Spokane he "This Is where tbe fatal mistake or equalized, and Mint the shipper mav mr In nearly all boating drowning rerover excess payment exacted from A single man with a good them. aised plank lu tha water can In fala Rock and flionx The Springs City Coal Mining company against tho struggles and efforts to save himself push the plank Iwiieath tbe surface of Pacific I'nion Rvlway company, charging refusal of th rajlroad to extend He the water and drown then and there, to te complain whereas tha same plank will support track and ants' mine at Rock Spring. Wyo , al- the weight of three men who are well though the larier i willing to meet the posted and root enough merely to grasp M. The complainant 'nlrial It edge with ns little downward presthat the defendant ha afforded other sure as possible. A single oar has coal companies such facilities and add saved many a sailor's life la this man'hat It helieves Ihe defendant I finan- ner. which a landsman would grasp, In other Interested companies cially push It down In tha water and go down com pei'uz with the complainant with it. Washington Btnr. CRUEL BLOW TO HIB MOST INTIMATE FRIENDS The Simlxa rieek. "I'd give a dollar, said the min who Pliil't iflrili a. Aug. 31. The ala:, ruddle hia stomach, "to find rook nieut 4 Hiviqv.T Earle. 4 the Broken who doexu't me stir. There naed to Real Es'sti- - Trut-- t 4 thl company be of them. I remember the 'list Frock K. Hippie,' the late timeplenty city wlteu half tbe kitchens In the land i h had 4 stolen concern, pTvmdi'iit In a gnewiwork cook. Eating rii't'l,, vsHip.1 s' fG5.lnn. and tkat'the gloried xva a pleasure In those days. It Isn't "iH'.i'lO to Adolph Segal lending f so now. In these whirligig time everyi ur!ty amounted to a on tn'ifflr!eiu much a tbef'. created a profound thing has a machine made taste. That the cooka measure o much. through:,'!- the city tnilny. Tho I revelation wa mi ep, daily cruel Instead of trusting to luzplratlon, as li'.i friend. the heaven horn cook Is bound to do, it, hi n.nuv inilniHtn n:i.t 4 !m:ii ;ue prominent in tile the kitchen queens of today measure I'lefUj-tprlsrhveh. even the salt they put In tbe porridge. ar creditor V;,ny of the No wonder inch ruukery lacks Individtit el,::' fi term I'l, neglect of angry uality mid to all on the same dead level t recked he concern. the iilrer'.'rs befnre Hie local of mediocrity. Merciful heavens, what There lx nic, xn aiqi.I.iClon for the nppuiit-ni- , nils these blzcnlte? They're heavy as 'rhes atiike-brrnker- a fa,mn, a DAI L Y EAST This include thg famous In-- hlc-l- John I, Canyon. to sirike-hreaker- c.ik 4 m George IV. Outman. an aged man who with hia daughter and three little grandchildren is returning ut hU home In Missouri after Tasking relative ta Idaho, was accosted by robber while leaving the train upon hia arrival here last evening and in the ecuffle which folkwed kvat U. all the Tbe holmoney la hi poseion. dup. after securing hi mono, attempted to tik hi valise, but as Mr. pul up a hard fight, they became alarmed and disappeared in the crowd Oat-ma- n whlrh had gathered to see the strike breaker. It 1 thought that they gt on the Rio Grand train which was Junt leaving the elation when the hold-uoccurred. A small purse was raised by some of tbe local newspaper mea, which will provld for their Immediate OVERLAND LIMITED and tha saw LOB ANGELEG CHICAGO LIMITED: Strictly Twentieth Century, Electric Lighted Bteam Heated Trains operating Pullman Palace Sleepers; Incomparable Observation Library and Dialog Car of th very latest manufacture. io HOURS OGDEN CHICAGO. For putlculara write A. B. Moseley, Trar. Pass. AgenL ONLY 40 p w ant. SECRETARY WILSON TO MEAT PACKERS Assured Representative Label Must B of Cannar Placed an Product After Oct. 1. five-roo- Esr-irte- erniHin Left Penniless With Daughter and Tbrea Little Grandchildren Small Purse Raised. Ex- Trana-Continent- d j ! Ogdtn Rapid Transit Company te tend It Lin Througn th it am-pkj- r. ninn-atchl- HOLD UPS TAKE LAST CENT FROM OLD GENTLEMAN. y r n e, LOCATION ENGINEERS BEGAN WORK YESTERDAY. ace-Mo- n lion. The proposal made hy Mr Calhoun wax as follows: If the men will promptly go back to their work, we are willing and to aubmjl their request tor shorter hours and higher wages to a committee 4 arbitration to lie selected aa provided In their conirsrt with us: natnelv, on by them, n hy ourselves and one by th two so selected, and we will agree to be hound hv the of said comnil'iee. and will also agree that any decision reached shall lake effect on the dale 'he men resume work " Mr. Calhoun mid the mavor: "We are wlli.ng honotahly to do all In our power to end 'hi strike hut there is one mat'er of principle involved. W will deal onlr with our of our employes or representative employes and pot with men who are not In our employ or who do not represent men In our etupkiy. tin this point the company cannot and will nm yield. have voluntarily quit "The men work are in no aena now in our and cannot be In any wise our employee." i Comellua, president of the Car Mens union, has railed a general meeting of the union for F o'clock toMr. Calhonn'a morrow to ctnaider proposal and vote upon the question 4 relurlning to work under the condition outlined. 'Ti i my Issl prnjioxlt" said Mr. Calh'Jiin tonight, "and I am rontlmilng lo mart the t. d Mr the discussion .alhoun reduced in writing a proposi-Ikin- , which the mayor laid before the car men's iinl'W for their conshlera early day whether the car men arcept nty proposition nr not. I canfrom the not tind will not. raced fundamental principles that the men muni first return to work liefore I will consider i.he merits of their claim for higher wages and shorter wages. It i not generally known that I fed the men for six weeks after the fire and for soma weeks afterwards sold them all Gielr provisions at wholesale prices. . had reason to expect uifferent treatment from them." hy seven private deter-liventweni v eight men. said lo lie the s en vanguaid of the Mills to till rity, marched from the l ferry lo the car barns upon their 4 1 o'clock this morning. They were recruited In Ht. lamia. Through the entire length of the luirned distheir trict Ihe men marched with armed guards without being molested About iiix m a second hind numbering altoui thirty men. arrived at the Third and Townsend street depot. A ihe train liearlng these men pnaseti Ihe Valencia street station, the fset that sirike breakers were aboard a ripped off to the ear men by the trainmen. The party split up in small aroups i up m al'sluins from ihe t'g'n, ear It of i escoreil bv one or two apventi olficer. made their several wavs to the THrioiiH cur hrn wlthoui any trouble. The' nmlority of 'Item went to the I'tah street harn. Allhouah numeniu nnmn picket were at the deput. there w-no denmnuratlon and no afetnpt made tu Intercept the Import, d men. Two mon deserted the imnicilm'clv on arrival here Hot b are union car men of the city, but ring in went east a Tier ihe fire return to Shu Franc', xco. the) took ad vsntnae f 'he ui'porluni'.y offered ttv ihe t'nlted rvilrraui and reporteit at the rar mens headquarter tin nfi- - DEPOT r iu other notie. At the end of preparation TRAINS VIA. CANYON wtt-cr- devil-ip-nieut- iu ,'Rr' r J. H. Wect and party 4 four engineer began a aurvey at tbe mouth of the canyon veaterduy afternoon to locate the line of the Ogden Rapid Transit company that It la to extend through the canyon. From thl activity it appear that the mooted canyon WAF.RANTY DLEOS route 1 already more of a reality than 1 generally supposed. The pronounced Tl.e following real evate tranafera success of the tecenti) constructed Sanitarium branch has douhtlee had were re"i!-dej eater : decisAnna K. Shaw to the I'tah and Idaho much to do with the company Railroad contpauy, cat si'ler l Ion lko, ion to extend tbe line. It was reported from reliable aourcet latt night that of (tail of the southeast quarter 1 an nor'b targe wet. work on the roadbed will begin atwork II Anna Cordon to the I'rah and Idaho early date and when once begun 1W: on the branch la to be done a Railroad company, cenvideration aec-t- n a possible. part, of the wmtheavt quarter of 21. township 6 north, range 1 weat. NEW ROAD FOR UTAH. Thomas E. Fl'agereld to Rebecca 38 to Howell, consideration 115: 41. Inclusive, la Maguire's subdivision Another Outlet te the Southwestern Coast of California. of block 21, plat C. Jeaeph H. HU1 and wife to Ada Denver. Incorporation Aug. 31. Rrnwnlng, consideration IbW: Prt paper for building a railway from lot 8, block 88, plat C. Denver to Ban Diego. Cal., have I era filed with the secretary of state by KGUSEHCLO FtiRMIURE the Denver Railway corporation. FOB SAIE ff. A. Copper of Denver, Charlee A. Baldwin at Colorado Bprtngs, and The entire content of u R. E. Vldler ot Georgetown, are tbe house for sale at a bargain. Adireaa Incorporator. The company la InX .11, Standard Offlre. . corporated for $2('0.(kio. It la said articles of Incorporation hare also COMPLAINTS AGAINST RAILROADS been filed In Ctab, Nevada and Cali- i my " - n I imw-offo- i ,r- . w-u- k at and h.' Vp.-'-the SfKi-tWeiiop yextciday a,": muliuorge Kendall presld r sical (elections were ni.'C'd by 'he a sec-tloward choir. A quar'd entitled "Over lb-- - Btier wph Haul aar.g two Secet Iray. Good Night" and A xong eijtnied Till W Vc-- t Again of x a ting by Mr. au! anJ the chotr The apeakcr sere Samuel Kav. Frank Jouca. StmJr! Igc. John Grant of W wish. Fresldcnt Joseph H the Itavia stake, and H!"P Kendall All apoke In praise of the tGrong of Mr. Earl. 1:1s in'eyniy aad and hia hi devotion to hi tint:'; brother actcnurch. Six of Mr. ed as ito.1I beaters. Tie attendancee ax (perhaps the large' ever ar South Wrier. Interment cemetery. war In the South Wt-w- plat bum men tied up 'he 1'nited rail ' j " Sun,ly u..,r,:.:g and un wblah ur a atit! hati lurneJ bint?. : A lejsuh of Jh,. ,r,,osl of ; priauicui raihoun. there ' auie tin pc j rji.a! me car men will rcr irn lo jtumoimw and submit me differences between the n.en and he company to a cuui lull tee of arbi'ralHin fur aUjuai-Twi nMl The ne obstacle that may defeat tha early MK'leuient ot 'he strike that Mr rsibouu tenarhiiiy adbtrce to Ids declaration that 'he men nr.is' return to worn liefore he 111 eotiscut The to lrer wlih them today looking toward an early ending of the strike wax brought ly unother effort made hy Mayor Bcbnu'x to find roninnn ground senlement. Tbe mat or aent for president tal houn. of the I nted raiiroadw ih: morning and asked him o set aetde all feeling of resent went and to consider the questions Involved aolely from the s'siulpidnl of me public interest. He requested Mr. Calhoun to aeept th for arhl'lon. car men's proposition which the mayor Aid read in (he news papers, hut c4 whk-- he bad received non-unio- Had Yesterday Very Large' Wcai The funeral of Jos- - r heij oc'ock i u "I'scfiivleh' had replied to South s SURVEYING AGED MAN LINE IN ROBBED AT A tter.de 1 Situation in 'Frisco. Fr,eyW noted and nmorluu strike Hessen.," 35 strung, penned tl.ruugn Ihtden early last evening en route to list! FrancUmi. where It is the iuleuHi u, of the leaders at least, lu fuse a hand la the labor trouble provided ih-- . dlxsebainn baa not been eetlled before tne.v resell the city at th Uoidnu lisle. 1 ruins sera required lu carrv the aggregaUi.n aud tlieir curguea differed ildy, both In appearance and ilw uieanur. Tha tlral section, carrying Philadelphia men. arrived at 8. S5 p. iu The i1.,r of the car wera kicked and all cloudy guaided by waichnien curving heavy club, leaving the multitude to conjecture aa to tbe teller more fnrmldabla weapons which they on might posaibly have had rucealttheir person. Besides three nuimnaiv i author-imen wlih guard other rolHiet kept th strtk breaker under surveillance by parading bark and forth along tha train. They seemed to be men of few word and many deed. fur when on of thani, a Mr. Jenkins, who was chief functionary if the train. wa approached for aa interview, he re There' plied with a sardonic smile: no aiatemeiif to he given." Thla col led km 4 'atrlke breakers" had the appearance of being almost anything but craftsmen. The larger anil portion seemed to be foreigner be contrary to ahat would naturallymere apposed they apiwared to he y mil he. some of Uietu, perhaps, atill in Harr Bautue. t prominent beet eeed bmi at Germany, U in linden on butt aw. Ho la aorwupfenied ty Hoy rlaa ct Lewieum. average Meld in Exciting Scenes on the Train Demands for Better Food iMakc Statement to This BREVITIES A STRIKE BREAKERS U U1-- --- "i - FUKERALCF JSS.W.EAF1 PASS THROUGH OGDEN No M i'SJA UTAH Afternoon No. 81 No. 68 'nn, OGPEN. EX.iMIMIh: lrud." "I think the rook made a mistake." said the man's wife. "I got a new on yesterday one that doesn't measure. I am afraid she didn't put enough baking powder In the biscuit." New York Bun. Aw Oddltr la Balldlaw. If you want to ace an oddity." an undertaker said, go to a cemetery and note how In tha erection of old fashioned tombs they lower Into place the ntr.rb'e l:ib. There marble slab are not lowered by means of a derrick. They are lowered by hand. The work I n delicate, you see. and It is so necessary not to chip tbe edge of the stone, that only hand work answers. You wonder. I suppose, how the men avoid pinching or rruMilng their fingers they lower a great slab of marbla m to it marble base. Well, they accomplish this by lowering tbe atone tiH,n lumps of sugar arranged In orderly Hues, and ihen they gradually Volro the sugar by squirting water over it. All the buee. flat atone of old fashioned tombs or vaults are lowered by hand on to tnmps of tigsr. Washington. Aug. 81. Secretary Wilson assured the representative of of tha interest tha oountry with whom he continued hi conference today, that he had no authority to extend beyond tbe first of October next, the placing of labels on canned or other meat products. He told the packers flatly that they niuat be prepared on that date properly to label their goods or they would not be permitted to be sent through the channels of Interstate commerce. The question was raiaed aa te the status of the goods now on the shelvee of the wholesale and retail merchant! o. the oountry. The eecrerary aald it waa manifestly Impossible for tha government to inspect them. The owners or holders of the goods, he suggested, would hare to take their chance on them. One thing was certain, selling -- n be shipped from one state to another meat-packin- PRESIDENT RECEIVES AT SAGAMORE . 31 d -- h- Arrancemenia do. Inquire for our new raten on family washing. Ogden Steam Laandry 437 35th SL Both pbunee 174. Well Mounted Many of tha Quests Received by tha ' Chief Executive Wars Journalists. Oyster Bay. N. Y., Aug. 81. President Roosevelt had seven luncheon guesia today. They Included Frill r.la E. Ijeupp, eommlasiouer of Indian affairs; Dr. Lymann Abbott, editor of the Outlook: Silts McBee, editor of the Churchman; Count Gleichsn, British military attche; Leigh Hunt, Brander Matthews and Representative Herbert Parson, whose visit was an nnunced by Ute President last Wednes- la every piece of harness that leave day. our store. Each piece la fashlopvd Before taking his carrihge for Saga- from the beet leather and moat aeivst more Hill, Mr. Parson predicted the metals, and the workmanship throughend of the Odell rule In New York on out is a In every respect. Our Sept. 26. the date ot the Republican Kiddies are the talk of all horse-burconvention. Rial riders for comfort and ease, and they are scrupulously made and finished MANHATTAN MINES. hy experienced operator. Give us a call when you next need Much Activity la Reported in the N something la our lino. vada Camp. flrst-clas- J.C. Plait Saddlery Co. (Special Torreapondenne ) STS 23d SL Goldfield. Nev., Aug. 31. The Man- 8283 Washington Ava. hattan mining ramp in taking on the airs of Cripple ('reek. The atmoa-pber- e THE RIGHT PLACE TO with energy and la aggressive development work. The great, mining companies of the district are working day and night shifts in opening up the Immense ore reserves that have been hardly scratched over. Greater depth Is being obtained IS THE every day and the richness and extent of the ore bodies are showing constant improvement. The chill air of the early mornings and late evenings seems to have started Into renewed activity the men who are delving into Mother Earth to wrest from her treasure stores tha good that has been o plethorically deposited In the Mila surrounding that mining town. Immense hoisting plant are being in2369 WASHINGTON stalled and an era of real systematic, AVENUE in. has set mining All details of th great milling project that the Tonopah Exploration Phones company Is hack of. have been perfected and work ta progressing rapBell 246 Ind. 814 idly towards l'a consummation. When will mill the a hive capaccompleted, ity of 200 to 300 tons per day. With ueb adequate milling facilities promised for present needs, the mine operators of the district feel n Incentive to greater efforts, and with prospective outlet for the production of the camp there has come a marked acceleration in the development of the mines and prospeota of the camp. Gold HU1 just now la one of tha Th (My BesMs-Trac-k The Ratwoy between principal center of aotlvFy. the Mizeeml Brer nod CMcnge Stray Dog estate, scene of the first spectacular s'rike. has never in popular favor or In its sensation-leakin- g proclivities. From the of Its treasure vault hse been brought forth a gold glutted tonnage nf rare value, and specimens 4 Its quartx present a surface zpangled over with a rnnstellation of glittering, golden star poima. The ore reserve are million dollars, aad valued at the net shipping return for July were In excess of 332.000. Development la being furthered with three full shifts, iThc Neil Lnmtooe Trala to the World and 'he ore tonnage at the surface and I the underground reserve are constantCoapartment and drawing' I The property ly being augmentedsteeping can, observation can, give every assurance of developing Ing cars, buffet --saoklng and library Into one of the great bonansai of I cam, with bather, bath and Book southern Nevada' great mineral zone. I electric Buy Your Meat Wright Meat Market I The one-hal- Overland! Limited f - HANDSOME HARRY 8URRENDERB. Pblladelphti. Pa.. Aug. 31. Wm. K. Larimer, familiarly known a "Hand-som- e Harry." manager of the Proviwere rotrp'v-.traisv whereby Win dent Investment Bureau, which wan .1. Br'an i',l , lt thl rrow 'em ely months forced out of business l U- af'erroon arrive in th1 e:y The Young Man Dicky, you think ago and who has einreeighteen been a fugitive four o'c'iock e.r.d Wiil a good deal of ehorb your alater. don't you? from justice, yesterday surrendered. v eerored antnber of IVmcv Dicky nlertln;ng him) You bet! Het was held for 'rid ta the federal crvte ctn', s- -j other to Bo do ip,, a!1q ra she's hen in the rra-rM!U'ry rtfi'. n th h"a-- t. cf 'he e'r. foii-Chimlghtr near forty yei-- s - not q,jke an ad'trp wh-- re cs go Tribune. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. WILL SPEAK IN NEWARK. Ne-rrk- There is many a slip between the cup and the lip but there is no slip in our laundry work. Every little detail in connection with the proper turning out of laundry work in carefully attended to and the result is people arc well pleased with the class of work ire lovers Library; entiiw train lighted, throegh to Chicago without I charge. Direct connection lot j SLPanl and Minceapolis Ticked. C j a4 fid uaoekM. cm k othd4 tm m A. WariHC. Chicago & Gmant tenR. Horth-Woste- ra 300 Saatk Meta Otrvrt. 4 Uki CRr. UA. fy.