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TUE S10KXINU EXAMINER: TONIGHT farewcl, i i h,- eitvn in the Seriind Wai t luei:' I, all. Thursday right, fur i..nefii Vf i. lard Ellis. Hov..i ImiI-ih j Kmit Dee The youii n u rcLh.l a rail front B- x It WITH Auui her exanuua olU tor til,; position of ruial lett.-- i mrrt-- r will be hell in tills city mi X.iveiiiliei In. Full and nPitiii-u'ioblanks cat be received at the posiomee. PRESENTS THE MAN WITHOUT A 10, 20, 90c. Tie s string Around your finger so ns to remember to favor us with your neat order for Laundry work. You cannot very well do without the service we render. Our aim Is to aatia-four customers, for by so doing their continued patronage is asaured. y Ogden Steam Laundry St 437 Soth rnCCUaiDAHDDCrCNDKO. iisiriNi ur phut, mum m srvfeAudmwrsfNirt. Frtv IdTk few to lUui fMMHIfh IdMto MIA IN AU COUNT AIM. ktmrtim h;m tor, Fsriswi Hrert with Utfmtml. fctait m4 hfdsgesnei fnetlce ExcitsMy. tmtmtymmdtfun VrtdwMHtoMS wasMiNevoN, d. e. PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH MITCHELL BROS. Copings and Don't buy from agents, as they get large commissions and you hnvo to pay them. Be your home people first Yard opposite City Cemetery. Monuments, Head-stone- s. Bingham, showu his THE a Utah. I.' Second Hand Stores lf one-fourt- PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, Store, RUSSIAN MlJhNIES. If you have anything te sell er buy call er phene 1870 te 187S Wash, A vs. Are Largely Attributable to InefficienBeil Ind. 176. cy of Officers, d US. R. A. DENKERS Will pay the highest pries for s conch 8t, Petersburg. Oct. 9. The commit, hand furniture and sell to tha publle toe appointed by Emperor Nicholas to the cheapest 2410 Grant A vs. Beil Investigate the catiKea rtf the Sveaborg Phene 817-k- . Ind. 1201 and CronataiU mutinies state that the blame was largely attributable to the negligence and inefficiency of the officers. It is considered probable that several of tbe latter will be tried by court martial as a result of the ine vestigation. The continued naval 13-? Ind. 407. are regarded by the commissions as being unavoidable under tbe ROCKEFELLERS IN A RACE,. present conditions. Even the wearers of tbe Rt. George cross, wblch is conFather Wins Out by Taking an Auto ferred, like the British eras, for acts of extreme bravery and devoand Not a Train. tion to duty, are affected. One of these New York, Oct. 9. John D. Rocke- was condemned to death recently at feller. in an automobile, beat his ran fit. Petersburg for disobedience of on .t train in n race from Tarrytowrn orders and striking an officer. to a registration place at 984 Sixth avenue yesterday. Mr. Rockefeller CHILD IB HOME AGAIN. reached the place and registered a few minutes before 9 o'clock. His first Found Wandering About tho Btreots of qiTton on entering was: Brooklyn, "Has my son been here yet?" On being assured that he was the New York.Oct. B. Willis Labarbara, first Rockefeller to appear, he said: Italian boy, who had I told him I could beat him If he the rho-- e to come down missing from his borne for more by train. We made been two weeks end who was believed line time. It is a glorious morning." than Mr. .Rockefeller took several min- to have been kidnapped, was restored utes to mark his ticket.. As he was to his parents today. Tbe little felleaving the booth he stopped and talk- low wa found wandering about the ed with Policeman Carroll, on detail streets at 'the Brooklyn end of the Brooklyn bridge, last Saturday night, at the polling place. I feel better than I have In years" and taken to the rooms of the Chilhe said to the policeman. "This de- dren's Society. He was Identified tolightful change from summer humidity day. to toll weather m enough to make UK worth living." John D. Rockefeller. Jr, reached the STANDARD OIL JURY. registration office fifteen minutes after f his father had left. Findlay, Ohln, Oct. 9. A Jury was secured In the case against INCREASED WAGES DEMANDED. the Standard 0(1 company of Ohio inthe first hour and fifty Berlin, Oct. 9. The agitation for minutes of the trial. wage with the alternative of Judge Banker cautioned tbe strike, has assumed serious dlmen-inn- s Jury to talk to no one regardin the Rhenish .Westphalian 'ml district. Numerous ing the caae and to report any meetings attempt to talk to them. held throughout the district res"re ent and adopted a demand for a 13 J. HERRICK A CO Successors te H. L Whits, Bring your goods hers If you want to sell them. Call If yuu want buy. 2342 Wash A vs. Ball Phone RELIEFjN SIGHT Art Unable to Get Cats for Thoir Crop. Beet Growers Doctored. Warrants were Philadelphia, Oct.' sworn out yesterday by Dr. B. H. War263 Twenty-fift- h St ren, dairy and food commissioner, for tbe arrest uf the Philadelphia manCallfemla and Eastern Diract Wire fat All Bpcrtinp Events agers of Armour A Company, one of "Beef the member of the trust, charging the firm with the illegal use of boraclc add "in haras. Hamples purchased at the branch houses of Armour A Company were The JUMBLE buys, sails or ex- analysed by Prof. Inwall, chemist of change any old thing" ("blues" ex- the department and show. It la alleged, cepted) and most new ones. 2300 that tbe hams have huen doctored with boric acid In quantities ranging from Wash, Hello, 1144 to one-haof one per cent. NEVADA SECOND-HANSTORE. It U aaid that aubpoenaes will be IsWe buy and sell all kinds of am sued for the heads of the firm of Arand second-han- d goods. Call or phone mour A Company In Chicago for the W acker A Haynes, Preps. 1H 25tk St purpose of ascertaining whether the Phone, Ind. 122, doctoring of the meat la performed in Chicago pr this city. No relief. In the shape of cars, has come to the aid of the beet growers of Weber county. On the contrary the situation daiiy lieoomrs more alarming and there la every reason to believe that a shortage of cars will last the beet season through. Tho quantity of beets coming In to the mill by rail is comparatively insignificant. Available cars are takes from sll classes. Refrigerator cara, box cars, furniture cars, and cattle earn. In limited numbers are being supplied termors, who find It particularly Inconvenient to load them.- The same Inconvenience Is experienced at the factory In unloading. Many growers who would, under favorable conditions, ship their crops by car, hare resorted to wagons and teams and It la probable that the larger portion of the' county will be hauled In. Not being prepared to haul beets by wagon the dally supply at tbe factory, brought in by farmers. 1s barely sufficient to maintain a steady run. Bo long an fair weather, continues, the mill will run, but In case of bad weather, it Is certain that a shut down will uf ncceaalty be ordered. As it is no mut-inle- Clean Things to Eat and Drink YL-torl- a are as desirable as pun food. Unclean food cannot be healthful. It is the method of handling in the manufacture of a food product that makes it clean or unclean. Pabst BlueRibbon d is manufactured from the purest materials by scrap-- , itlomly dean machinery. From brew to bottle or keg it fa netYT four htd by human handt and never cornea in contact with anything but pure, filtered air, and perfectly sterilized tubes, pipes and scaled storage tanks. ooooooooooo lpr cent. Itierease In wage. MINES ARE to j Ti-- All Are Willing y ti two RICH : uu li'v-'i- n by -- - Mi, -- lt.i,iiui-oi- L n, an- iivuie kindness t Norman Robertson tender expression, enl in cor.riulence , i li.i- - mmi. , l ',. anil ui in pay I irfu,al luiirj ;.r- ihe r- -' lic,-i- ,ln- ! v -- - r will-inguc- t lair a'.w lur tin uipailiy mn! ;n mu sail j heartdn, hi.-l- i - Pt-iii- u ALL UNION LABOR I Roix-rtmin.- SALT LAKERS at PRODUCE AN PUTNAMS OPERA RACE WHITNEY AND WALDEMAR YOUNG THE AUTHORS. and examine his extensive lines of UNION LABEL Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Gloves, Overalls, Stewart Opera Company Will Produce "The Their Most r, Ambitious p s. n-u- t Effort. The 8iewart Opera company, now playing at tbe Grand, bas been looking for sevem I month for au original comic opera with which to open its New York wesson. The attrarilmi desired bas been touud in Uiab. Two Balt lake boys. Race Whiiuey and Waldemar Young, who wrote und produced "The Old Bedstead" in Balt lake and later fa this city, under the auspices of the Press club, thl morning signed a contract wlih W. G. Slew-ar- t to furnish Stewsrt's company, within sixty days, wlih a musical cumedy called "The Whitney and Young, both of whom were employed on the Chronicle in Ban Francisco at ihe lime of tbe Idg earthquake, had been working on this, their most ambition effort, for a cun pie of months preceding the great disaster. They had received strong o encouragement from the firm of EXCURSION TO NEW ORLEANS A Mayer pi Ban Francisco, the former being a brother of David BeOct. 10, 11, 12, 13th, la sco, the famous New York produc er. and bad even opened negotiations ' Via Uulun Pacific, ffthi.tiu round trip. of New York to wlih the Bhubert handle their musical creation. At the Tickets good to reiiiiu until Nov. Join. Stojiover allowed. time of the history making trembler however, they realized that Utah after TTderal court all bad its adrauiagea. Returning lo King-Make- The Old Bed' stead," and, sfer that bad been produced. they liumcdlaiely lurned their attention again to The While in Balt Lake, W. U. Stewart heard of the clever burlesque for a they wrote King-Matter- .' of Judge Marehall Haw a Number Cases Before Him lit the I'niicd State circuit ruurt, iu scsbiim Iu thlx city whether which was the of John J. Hayden vx. il waa romantic opera or nntniral (ont-ed- theday. Ogden Bavinga Rank ia The result waa that today Young Tlie action i iiruiiglii to deterand Whitney signed a contract calling heard. -r rrnial or wifer but mine a lnalt-hnv onill the not only for "The Ihe ilcfrndaul's also for the writing of another uiiera ly deposit within a year. Untied Judge John A. Mart-halWhile the contract Is for ten years, cy IHhi rii-- i Jl. K. llooih, it does not prevent the author- - writing Klatca H. Letcher. Deputy Bhcriff for other artists. They already have Clerk J.and Bailiff Golden are the olh-reFtnyth a William for tinder way from Bull prew-u- t of court the bo will culled Collier, which probably lake City. "The Piker, though this jaiint has not yet been finally derided. This play is CONVOYING THE MANCHURIA. to be delivered lo Collier in New York within sixty day. been Battleahip la Half a Mile Ahead of the Whitney and Young have Steamer, pending the past two days Iu Ogden, negotiating wl'h W. G. Stewart, The) Honolulu, Oil. 9. The halilr-nliiwill return milay to Balt lake and will leave shortly ihcrcafter for Wisconsin, which I nii toying the Pai cific Mail liner Manrhurla lo Bhii V York. 1 Franciw-preceding Ihe crippled liner abmit hh yard. Several lticm-lie- r WOODMEN CF THE WORLD of the signal corps were placed aboard the Hicaincr who will keep in All members uf Weher (Jump No. 74 mnstanr coinnninlrariuii with tbe batare requimted to meet at the llall, tleship by mean of signals. The Manchuria will steam about Wednesday, October Jmh, at 1:3ft p. in. ro attend tho fuucral of Neighbor eight and a half knots tier hour and with her ('envoy will take a very J. F. Ilausehcr. ronto to avoid uinrnin. All mem Iters of the Degree Team Cnplalu Hiiiiiphirys; ilcpot quarlcr-luastearc requested in attend. ha cabled Hr Washingtoo reL. G. HENINCEU, E. Al'TH, C. Clerk questing ithat The government lug Gcn-eriSlix-unbe sent fiom Man to tew the iranspuii Bheiiibn PROTECTING THE 80LDIER8. to that unt as it has leen found that the damage to the 1rannort Is auch Oil for Mesnulte Bitea Haa Been that it cannot be repaired here. Ordered. s The Manchuria went axhnre un inland on Aug. 2Ulh and Ihe Sheri9. Oct. GenW.ihingirin. Brigadier a few day s later rau on a reef at eral E'.liclt. commanding the Mjrtne dan Point. Barber's a vigorous campaign corps, has begun to protert hi men in Cuba from yelUNFAVORABLE SHOWING. low fever. Ten barrels of oil of have been ordered to Cuba immediately and every- marine on Caused by Earthquake, Fire, War and Boycott. gtiyrd duty will be supplied with bottle of this oil to be used In prelectfrom New Toik, Oct. 9! Tho Sun Franmonqulto bites. ing himself e cisco eaithquake and fire, the war and the Chinese boycott O O O 0 0.0 o o o o o o cono of American goods- in ChinalensallfavorAMERICANS MISTREATED. O tributed to comparatively Pacific Mail O able allowing by the O Teacher of Languages From Chi- - O Steamship during the year ending O cage Dragged From a Train. O April 30th. according to the report of O President Hardman, which waa made New York. Oct. 9. Karktkin O public today. The total receipts of Elen, an Americanized Armen- - O the year show 15,721.327. a decrease reached here O uf 51 .44(1. as compared with the preln merchant, while the expenses intoday on the aieamship Iaflie- - O ceding year, for taene. after a trip through Eu- - O creased I415.S15. The net earnings showed a decrease of lUifi.-03rope and Asia, makes the state- - O the year "and ihe surplus a decrease f cient that American citizens O with 1905. The are given O 1144.771. a compared traveling In Rue scant courtesy by the offlrtaln O company's loss In the Fan Francisco of ths country and in some O disaster, according to the report, waa canes are harshly treated. He O 6118,547. instanced the case of Mias O PEONAGE CASE. Wetshafer. a teacher nf lanR. q uages in Chicago, who was in- - O vtred to visit St. Petersburg by O Charles M. Smith and Hi Bon Trying te Keep Out of Prison. the daughter of Russian gen- - O era!, was taken from n train at O the Russian border town of O The Cape Girardeau. Mo, Oct. Blallachink. because of an al- - O peonage esse recently tried here, M. Smith Al-- O which retulied In Charlc :eged error in her eon asserts that Miss Weiabafer O and his son and five oihers being fined was dragged from the train by O and sentenced in the worth In St. Russian officials and soldiers in O penitentiary, will he apite of the nrorests of himself O Louis. Cuuneel for the defense yesterand half a dozen other Ameri- - O day made application for an appeal on cans. The last he saw of the O writ of error to the United States at Ft. Lztulx. The American woman she was tear-- O court or appeal fully appealing to the Russians O appeal waa granted and Ihe spven deon the station platform. O fendant were admitted to ball. new attraction iV,-tv,- ; .uu. i.,; ihia.'-ami m mien a.tl f.u llii'i; i i We lit ..lieu lieai d of the large ,f i tie Wesi. Y i:s reality and hate now expertem-,-it has served In a Urn measure to w w hilt- so hart mitigate a stroke In boar, we know a, by One Who tloeth all things wvii "The memory ti m.i- dear son shall always be linked in our hearts with those who showed him sucli martelon, kindness in Ogden lours gratefully, lake, ! 1 i", tyir MiictTVfl thall.- of cdura'iiMl. the l.i of the Ogden High i Balt to Pay the City iian' iloridcd 'o uli-' urtau.imv wi'hoii! a legal Self-Risin- g B. B. B. Fleur iMi'i,-- . Iu In- - a i: h ill's dcciviuii the. ii- .Lijt'iy uf ihciti nave their paid i ? Slim illiili-- pi'Otl'KL, but mil Fur raut-akt-i.iiiie wt.lmg in pay thau carry their I iiM'ili's in u the courts. E. T. WOOLLEY HAS FAITH IN Fur Miiftiux V was on their hwu request I THEM. 'bat the license was made an ordin-- ! Fur Horton I'ruwn IXivad iiuve. i In- - se I ion of the t'liirhers is laseii a au iudliai'ion of their For l'liiin luddiuj; Are Averaging $?00 in Geld on tbe iu abide by its provisions. The more aviivc of the Iniichers are ardent Dumps of tne San Pedro All (..jtiKfrB. Mine, supisiricrs of ihe license, claiming that it saves them more than the yearly m. by keeping out or business small ALLENS B. B. B. fLOUR CO. E. T Wo-le.,f I lie Miuv- - IVi i'Uiji-In- ladulers in meats. Coast Factory, San Jose, CaL cvibiiani . at Salt up Ii 1 said that tbe v avion trades f loni the capital e,i'iuat m buri-ueunion are of I'auada to form Eisiern With bia moving factory. Little Wolf Mills, Woolley la a national urgaulatlon. Manawa, Wis. working promii-ii.propei uv iu tbe Hlark Horae di,i m-- t on the old Sau Incut ion. It is hr experts that the San IVdio haa passed as a prospect aud is now ruieied as no of the big posibittle uf the Black Horse district. Mr. Woolley slati-that the strlkd which deluved operations on the San Pedro aud adjacent mines Is declared off and miners have returned lo work on the old schedule of wages. Fur j monih development operation in the Hiack Horae niMiicl were delayed ou should call account of the demands of nuneis fui higher wages. When flic attitude of mine owners was coiuniuuiruted to them, they decided to go back to work on the old term, and now s competent force of men are extracting rich ore front the depth of the Ban Pedro. Temporarily, the company is storing its ore in bill and dumps near tha mines. General assays of utuuy tons eudy fur shipment go over 2oo tier ton. while specimens of the ore takeu : front a rich vein run fabulously high. The recent experiment with a stamp mill, through which !t4 tuna of ore were treated, resulted saimractorlly and the company obtained amalgam valued at several thousand dollars. Mr. Woolley declared ihe mine to bn more promising than at any lime since bis company secured its control. During the tell and winter the rtnnpany Intends to liiake regular shipim-m- . When Ilim.iMiu per ton ore was discovered on the property of ihe "Lucky Dutchman. its nearness lo the Bail ledro property warranted an investigation. It has now been fully established that part. If not the entire body of valuable metal, lie within the Ban have Pedro property. Negotiations been under way between the conflictand the misunderstanding ing parties will be amicably compromised. Over the Black Horae distrirt generally, Mr. Woolley stated mining operations were being contained on a huge scale. Money from meu who liavn faith in Its mines is pouring into the district for development woik so that by winter 11 is expected that several niinet will take their place among the bullion producers nf Nevada. i- i. The letter came i Luis, anil is as ful'.u "Frmu lull hi'd.'aul f.imly jiiitt wr King-Make- it .Li1 ,'a!'iii-ni- a. -- it !ur i in n i',.iiirln of (signed) John UiSE SURRENDER V cared not - King-Make- l, Hats, Etc. PRICES LOW QUALITY BEST IN THE MARKET Estes Doctor Specialist Curan when ethera falL Madam method. Free consultation for any Chrenle Dlaeaae fff any name er nature. Every case guaranteed. A Catarrh. Deafness, Ringing in th Ban, Disease of th Head, Throat, Noae, Eye or Bar. All of too Luogs, Branchial Tubea and Chest. Hi scales of Ue Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Asthma, Konroua Troubles, tit. Vllua Dance, Piles, Fistula aud all Rectal Troubles, Tap Worm, Blood Fotooniag from any ranee. Diseases peculiar to Women. ANY PRIVATE DiSEA&B OJT MEN quickly luted to stay cured. Remember the examination and advice i FKBS. Com at coca. Tomorrow may be toe late. Call or writ. Dia-eas- DR. All-ni- farce-comed- Partial List of Diseases ' Cured ESTES, SPECIALIST Office hours. 10 a. m. to il ff. m. 24C8 Washington Ava. (Boyle Block). Ogden, Utah. Entrance Room 18. Remember the numbea. . They Fear the Light WHO DO THE WRONG BURGLARS, SNEAK THIEVES AND THAT UKE. r, Turn on the il Fran-cImc- o Light ONE GREAT ADVANTAGE OP ELECTRIC LIGHTS OVER ALL Ral-bil- C. Sn BUTCHERS License. y. Armour A Company Meat Are Being Seoond-Han- AND OFFICERS MADE THREATS. ABUSED NO TlXF EXCHANGE t uraiht-ma'.U'- 4iireciaiun USING BORACIC ACID, OGDEN i:f ;tu I 174. LIVELY ti-.- COUNTRY w .s5i. Si'pl. AUieJll It le:da fiolll Julia uf Notitiiili Rids' Lee Bent to Jail for 50 Days Mr. and Mrs v .1 Shu;n- announce John F. H. Morgan Gets 100 the tngagetnen- - of their daughter, Days. Vida (taupe, to I E Madman. The will take place October 23. marring There was a lively time iu polio L. Funeral wniiv, . .1 . This-lof Larson, who uic.l the owning of court yesterday, when the County vs. John J,ee. charged with Ortoaer 7ih at 1115 E. sued, to pas counterfeit mniiry, will bo held at p. m.. Thursday, iu attempting trial. Lee becauto the Mound Fort meeting tum-- e. The was called in for tbe use of his longue ur casket will be opened ml ilie house ugly, free from lit io on the day of ihe inopportune and improper times anl fuucral. lutermcnt will be in the ciiy was only partly suudued by the threat of the court mat he would place him cemetery. ip Irons if he peraikieil. Judge MurIn the estate of Lyman Skeen, a phy gave him 15u days at labor at the petition for the sale of all real estate cityLeejail. w mm arrested Friday, Iu Electric was filed by the heirs of the deceased. Alley. At the time lie was extremely abusive, threatened the lives of his Marriage licenses were issued yes- captors, aud boasted that he could' terday afternoon to t'brl Horsgsard clear htmM-lf- . He chaffed the officers aud Anna Hughes, IsiiU of Salt Lake, their supposed blunder ami attemptand Harry B. Jennings, Denver. aud (iu ed to make gnud his boast by passing Ruth K. iicnUei'sou of Ogden. to one of his confederates iu the patrol an Incriminating Flu bill, Paul Uosqieter aud Edith iison will whichwagon be had tried to pasa on two be niarried In the Salt Lake temple women on Twenty filth street. He wsi today. delected in the act. In polire court he was identified by the woman he Margaret Shaver, aged 15 yeara. was tried to swindle. Monday commuted to the Industrial Officers testified that they arrested school at Ogden by Judge Willie lae uu complaint and identification Bro-.vof the Salt Lake Juvenile court of tbe women, despite his frequent infor immoral conduct. She is the girl that the officers were iu terjections who was taken before the court for league with the women, to "force having been criqiinally intimate with him over the road. In searching Lee. WUcux, the amateur bicycle rider who the bill waa found inside the llnng of is before Judge Diehl to answer. She his coat pocket flap, cleverly bidden was taken to Ogden by Deputy Sheriff and only discoverable by one skilled in Ike Emery. the ways of crooks. During the taking of testimony Jam The case of Janie T. T. Brum milt was exceedingly lie troublesome, of Ogden against the Ogdon Water- threatened the captain of police by works company, which was remanded making a suggestive movement across from the Second District court to the ids throat aud hinted that If they were rnlted States court by defendant, was in the Jungles he would end ihe capMonday ordered by Judge Marshall tain's life. When Lee took the stand he insultto be remanded to tbe Second District ed every one In Ihe room in auch abuscourt. ive language tbat Captain Brown arose The quiet af'enioon on the levee and objected to hie talk. He was genthis was disturbed yesterday by a quarrel ly reminded by the court that between a Jap restaurant keeper and boisterous conduct would cost him bis wife. After a heated argument. In some trouble, which had a calming efwhlcn the Jap's belter half had the fect on his ruffled aplrlta. Lee Is considered a dangerous crook best of 11, she won out by fainting. Some passers-b- y thought that a mur- and will be closely guarded during his der was being committed and sent fur confinement in the dry jail. "It appears that you are one of the the police. Officer Morrissey was dispatched to the scene and after au in- crest ures who live on tbe shame of said Judge Murphy to F. H. vestigation decided that no arrests women," as he sentenced him to one Morgan, would he necessary. hundred days at work. Morgan stood Immovable for several seconds and waa led away by an officer. His charge $100 REWARD was vagrancy, of a moat despicable character. For information leading to or capture in the case of tbe city vs. Arthur of Joe Rishlsh. an Austrian who shot Hays charged with burglary. Haya and severely wounded Nick Lunde at waived preliminary examination and tbe Highland Boy mine on the night was hound over to the district court of October 3. Bingham, Utah. in bond of 5tH). He was captured n Joe Rlslsh described as follows: few minutes after he had rnhlied the 6 feet 11 Inches; Turf saloon. Hays states that he will Age, 45; height. medITu weight, pounds; complexion, enter a plea of guilty. ium; hair, light; mustache, light colLack of evidence Induced Judge ored, drooping; eyes, small, beady, Murphy to dismiss the action of Mrs. shoullean hide; chin, pointed; built; Bertha Peterson affalnst Geo. Gibaon ders drooping; speaks In low voice of the Riverside saloon. Judge Mur-ph- v corfairly good English: wearing light warned Gibson that hereafter ha duroy trousers, light hat. would be fined if caught acting liquor The above reward will be paid by to Peterson. the Highland Boy Mining company, M-- A Supt. BLACK HORSE' ti IHMKS Fattier of Nortnar P"ocrtscn IMS. I", i I,,, - The UtahnaStockCo. 'Phones THE COURT 1hTmI:i:K a in EXFEEiSlCK A PRICES supply tue taeto1 CROOK MADE THEATER UTAHNA I.. KIA V lli.llMX.i, UTAH. OtiHEX. AMUSEMENTS. Russo-Japanes- pas'-por- r. A KIF.SEL A ID. X Tmlr-fnr-il Beta IWnn si Jtmt Ber Fkbst Bluff Ribbon wan owDKRiwn k rns OTHERS. u Lit R. B. CAMPBELL, General Manager E. W. WADE, Agent. Wanted 50000 more men to smoke Weslers Best CIGARS t. O pht oooooooooooo WANT ADt YIF.LD BIG RESULTS Strictly Union Made By special request we make Weller's Best" at 375 Twenty-thir- d Streep Ogden, Utah.