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EXAMINER: MORXIXO THE OGDEN, FRIDAY UTAI1, LMBEll MORNING, I wees: : HERE YOU ARE j 9, 1906. :v a j- - v- i -' SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS From Correspondents and State Exchanges t . i SWITCHMEN . Roller Skates Roller Skates Winslow's Celebrated From 50c to Line-Pr- ices 5-o- o Come Quick T. S. HUTCHISON 306 No. Street Twenty-Fift- h STAY. ' Agreement With Railroads Eapacted ta St Reached in Chicago Today. Salt lake,' Nov. t. -- A telegram from vaa received yeeterday by tba the secretary uf tba local awlichmea' union. Thu aaid tba difficulty bMwceu tha railroad and their ompkiye la bale g adjuated satisfactorily- - Tba men era told to keep at work and further details would be pretested to them later. The awitchmaa employed In an! about the lural railroad yard felt confident laat evening, upon receiving hi maaaage, that satisfactory offer have beea advanced by tba railroad, of union, to tha representative throughout the country. Aa the wage ecale appllea to nearly ovary pole where aultchoiea are employed, tha demand for a ten-ceper hour and eight hour for a working day waa univeraal. Had the aw itch-magune out trainmen would have a carried on their work. Aa the carry United State ataila and era a public utility, eonatant operation would have beea kept up at all odd. Local awiichinaa have denied con tautly that any strike waa contemplated, although they aay It waa their hun aat belief that the work and hour war too hard and long for the money Unions throughout the paid them. country put tho matter Intu tha hand of aa arbitration committee, which ha bean conferring with the railroad in nt 1 n Wedding rail-road- Presents ui Are always used, especially It tbe Una of chlnawara. Oar beautiful Unaa of fancy and or aamontal dishes la tho moat complete of an y la tbo cttjr. An Inspection vlll damooatrato thic. Sea ua before A. Olsen, Grocer, GET ELY GROUND. Bush A flarta Plano. Newman C. H. Brea. Organa. WARDLE1GH .pianos ORGANS AND MUSICAL .MERCHANDISE Guitars, Aoeordeona, Ban-- . Jon, Strings. Latest Publleationa of Sheet Muaie. See the Wonderful Pipe Organ. Tiollna, 2171 Washington Avenu. OGDEN, UATH. PICKETT Co. Grocery Is where you buy the Best the Market Affords Ely Resurrection Company la Formed by Eastern and Leeal In vs store. Balt Lake, Nov. 8. One of the moat striking features of B8y Ufa from a local standpoint la the manner In which Balt Lake la res tors have secured some of the choicest ground la that famoua copper camp. During the past few m outlie there have been some very large deala la Ely which have bean landed by local taleuL and not the least of these in that whereby the organisation Just completed, known as the Ely Resurrection company, has secured come of the choice ground of the Ely camp. Tbs Ely Rsauimotioa oompaay seat Its articles ,sf Incorpora-tlc- t to Arisooa Wednesday to be filed In that state. The oompaay owaa II claims, situated Immediately north of the Ely Mining company property, recently purchased by Messrs. Keith and Kearns. J. A. Jaeobaon, who recently returned from Nevada, examined the properties of this corporation, with n view of making u report to the owner. C. A. CB FFilH FATALLY Bali Lake, Nov. 8 Justice of the Peace Charles F. Durand of Murray was served with a notice yesterday ta appear before Judge Lewis la the district court at 10 o'clock In the morning of Nor. 17, and show cause why ho should not bo punished for having disobeyed an order of tho court, by proceeding to enter a Judgment In a ease before the court of tbo defendant, when tha district court had ordered him to refrsla from entering such Judgment, The trouble arose from tbo ease of Z. C. Bahlls and wife ngalnat Justice of the Peace J. P. MrOml la tho Murray precinct, and Chariot F. Dur- IDAHO and, also a Justice of the peace la the am pradnet. Tha plaintiffs alleged that in the suit of C. A. Dunlop against them. Judgment was asked for $80, the value of a ring loaned to tho defendant by Dunlop. Special appearance was entered by tho defendants before Justice of tho Peso Durand for tho purpose of objecting to tbo Jurisdiction of tho CMirt, on tho ground that tha defendant were not resident of the precinct. They alleged that Durand assumed Jurisdiction over their objection and was about to enter Judgment against them when they ashed tor a writ of prohibition. This writ was Issued by tbo district court. This case was not disposed of and tha defendants filed a supplemental affidavit In which they aisled that Durand had entered a judgment ngalnat them contrary to tho orders of the district court Judge Lawla read the affidavit aad directed Durand to refrain from fur ther proceedings, aad the district court Issued an order for Durand to show cause why an order should not bo Issued forever prohibiting him from tho oserdao of Jurisdiction in tha rasa. Ha was ordered alao to show ranse why the Judgment in violation of tho order of the district court should not be annulled and sot aaldo, and he la further required to show cause why he should not bo subjected to punishment for violating the order of tbo court. Still another order is that he show eauao why the plaintiffs In tha eaa should not bo given damage against him. Ills report was so satisfactory that the parties proceeded to lay out a plan of campaign for the active development of the 310 acrea which the corGILL FUNERAL. poration owns. The property shows a blow-ou- t of fully 200 feet In wldlh, and the assay ran nigh In copper and silBalt Lake. Nov. 8. Funeral services ver, and alao show some gold. It Is over the manias of tha late David K. proposed to sink a deep ohaft on the OI1I, Bt were hold la the Fifteenth blow-out- , sad J. A. Jaeobaon, who has Ward meeting house Wednesday afbeen selected ea manager, will Im- ternoon, beginning at 3 o'clock. They mediately commence operations to de- were eonducted by Blub op John Boud, and tha funeral arrangement were unvelop the properties. Tba offleers and director of the der the direction of Joseph William R. Raymond, Tho speakers were all old conmany are: Gaorge Taylor. capitalist of New York City, presi- acquaintances and friends, of the deUnitceased. they being Elders William N. dent; Joseph Mppman, formerly ed B tales attorney, vice president; W. William. Bamuel Richards, James 8. MeCoralck, treasurer; Rodney T. Lewis. Thomas Hull, Nephl L. Morris, McCor-nlck'a E. T. Ashton and John Bond. Tbo pallBadger, assistant cashier of bank, secretary; Tony Jacob-ao- bearers were members of tbo quorum of the Columbua ("inaolldated of seventy, to which deceased bad beMining company; William L. Moyer, longed, namely, Willard T. Burton, president of the Shoe and Leather Henry B. Eldar. Joseph R. Morgan. Bank1 of New York City and George W. Joseph If. Felt, Thomas Hall sad 8. F. Ball. Music waa furnished by tho Lynch of Ely. The company baa secured offices at ward choir under the direction of Jed 0 Herald building, in thin Ashton, and Prof. Charles Kent sang roonia Over the Stars la Rest" to splendid city. Tha articles of Incorporation how that the capitalisation la to be and touching effect. Mias Maggie Hull ten million dollars, divided into alao sang a nolo, with the choir aud share, of the par value of organ In accompaniment, which was 15.00 each. vary sweet. Indeed. Interment was In the family plot at the city cemetery. Moat beautiful were the floral tokens BUILDING BAN FRANCISCO. of esteem which covered tha casket n Busintaa Man Talka In mut and delicate testimonial of tha high regard In which tha departed About Stricken City. was held; and la this connection It Balt Nov. 8. In an intereaiing might be said that seldom have there oouversatkui with a Tribune repre- been more kindly words spoken of the sentative In the Kenyon hotel a prom- dead than were uttered by the several inent manufacturer of Ban Francisco speakers who addressed the large eng. on hi way from the East, said that gregatlon In this Instance. The family are extremely grateful business 'in San Francisco of almost every kind is prospering. The city to all who assisted In the ceremonies, Is he'ing rebuilt In the business district and to all who gathered to pay their with astonishing rapidity considering last respects to a helmed husband and the magnitude :f the difficulties to tie fa: her. orercome. The new Ban Fianctsco, AUTO CAUSES RUNAWAY. when rebuilt, will be more substantial 1 more symmetrical and greater In proSait lake. Nov. 8. An auuimotdle portions than liefure the fire. Where old unaeetnly buildings stood, modern backed Into s delivery wagon lielong-into the Utah Parking company on steel structures are being eonatrurted. For Instance, where the Bulletin Second South atreet near Main yesterwoodday afternoon aud frightened the building stood, an old en structure before tho fire, my part- horses. Tbe spirited team ran up the ner is putting up au A" steel building street towards Malu. and but fur s telephone pole near the corner won Id, eight stories high, with all have dashed Into a crowd of people cuiitrlvances and modern in architecture. The business portion of the city thronging the street at that time. The tobuilt tip tougue f the wagon hit the telephone which was destroyed will principally with A" steel buildings, pole and was splintered into kindling wood. The horses passed the pole on higher ou an average, more uniform each side and were thrown to the and more imposing than those ilcstro.' ground as the tongue came In contact ed. t with the telephone pole, and at first "Eastern capital is seeking on moat reasonable terms There It was thought that the animals were back In apprehension of killed, but they escaped without ibpo holding A. Winter, the driver, had left another disastrous earthquake. "Renta. the gentleman say, "have the team standing and tied and was when tbe horses gone up enormously since the disas- delivering Ms ter: wages are higher than in any were frightened. Outside of the other city on the continent, and while tongue, there was mi damage done. living la higher, employees of ail KINGSBURY GOES EAST. kinds can make and mt more money in Ban Frandaco today han they pos vlli.v could elsewhere There is nioe lake. Xov. g. President .1. T. business done nos than before the Klngsimry. of the University of Utah tire, and the growing exTiitii"n of ev- left Wednesday to attend the convenery branch of legirlini'e bustnesa Is tion of the National Association of Piait-wonderful. Universities which will be "Take the business in which we are held at Baton Rngtie next seek. He tie dlcr"tioit in the engaged as an Illustration, the manu- will on "The effect produced upon facture of collars aud neckwear. Our HURT Balt Lake, Nov. If. Lying on n cot at 8t. Mark's hospital, with his skull crushed and little or no hop entertained for hia recovery, la C. A. Griffith, who tor aome time has bean foreman of teams for the Americas Smelting and Refining company at E T . In Tooele county. At this writing Mr. Griffith Is In n delirious condition and 1 not expected to survive tho day. His condition la due to n fall from n trestle yesterday shortly before noon. Mr. Griffith waa supervising some work when accident occurred which. It ta feared, will coat him hts life. He fell from a high trastle down an embankment striking his head on n boulder and causing n fracture of the skull. No one saw him fall, but his unoonarious form was discovered by 00m of tho teamsters shortly after tbo faU. Immediately following the discovery waa of tho aeddant, Mr. Griffith brought to Balt Lake on a apodal angina. Tbs unfortunate man waa conveyed to SL Mark's hospital, arbor Dr. Worthington performed an operation to rmov tbo shattered portions of the skull from the brain. At time the Injured maa became rational, and than completely unconscious. After being received at tha hospital Mr. Griffith suffered a sever hemorrhhga of tho brain, and It was at one aeon that Ills condition was critical. Word was received from tho hospital this afternoon to tho effect that tha man's condition was precarious, and that ha was not a xp acted to live the day out Tba Injured man haa relatives In this dty. DURAND CITED FOR CONTEMPT. Chlcagoi All railroad neat of Piltalmrg, Pennsylvania, are affected by tha witchmena demand. Locally, In the neighborhood of UU men atw employed. The Oregon Short Line employ slxty-thnmen and the Rio Grande buying. forty-fiv- e switchmen. They work on an average twelve hour each day. uev-e- n Freeh fnilta and vegetable, atapla daya la the week. Night furemea are paid 13 cent par bour; day foreand fancy grcccrlcc. . man, 31 cent par hour; night help-era- , 30 cent per hour and day helpers, 28 cants per hour. The unions ask fur eight hours per day as a working E. day and an tecreaae of ten cents per hour, ta keep tha wages paid a high aa they are under the per dny Ave. 2259 Washington schedule. the work of tho University by permitting a profeasur to do outaldo work." AU tho State universities In tbs Union will bo represented. business Ta double what It was six mouths ago; we employ more than double the number of hands mnd pay them bettar wages. There la," fa said, "la Ban Francisco at this time tbs best opening tor a large dry goods house that can be found In any city In the rnttad States. It would hat.' ba said, "practically no opposition and tha field la which to oparnta la large, rick and Inexhaustible." Speaking of the police fores In Ban Frandaco, the gentleman said: "It la inexcusably inefficient. This Is the than result of poor discipline mar anything els. Thera la no good reason why Baa Francisco should not bo aa aaf as nay other city of lie also la tha country, and It would be If tho police department would do Its duty. When a city has aa efficient Chief of Police, he ehould have the encouragement, substantial aad moral support of thq cltlxeaa. To him, move than to any one else, la committed personal safety and preservation of property. Balt Lake seems u be exceedingly fortunate In having aa efficient police department, and capable chief At least that la the reputation la bears la Ban Francisco, where your chief la well knuwa and highly esteemed." DEFEATS The delicious significance of this clever new toast, can only be appreciated when accompanied by clinking glasses of cool, pure, wholesome, app ctizing "Luxus," The Lighest Beer Brewed. The name Luxus means luxury. Luxus" is the very soul of luxury in bottled beer. The significance of the new toast Heres Luxus --bared on the distinctive excellence of Luxus is this: Heres what you Try it theres a happy surprise awaiting you. Have a case sent home; DUBOIS. Now, all together Big Majority sf Votes Puts Stamp of Disapproval an Him and His Methods. HERES LUXUS Brawt4 hy FRED KRUG BREWING CO, Omaha, Nebraska. Boise, Idaho, Nov. 3. Today's do veloptneuts confirm absolutely tho of yesterday, t at Gov. Gooding. stl-ua- te Republican caadldsto for reflection has carried tho out by n majoriy of somewhat more than 8,300. The rest of tha stats ticket has a majority of probably 8,000 mors with one exception, tho candidate tor secretary of state, who waa cut considerably. Dell aito returns show the Republ ltoans have thirteen of tho twenty one members of tho state senate and thirty-five of tho flfty-omembers of the house. This will Biro n majority of on Joint ballot and Insures twenty-fou- r the election of Borah aa United States EXPONENTS OF THE FINE ART OF BREWING.1 Vegetables Staple and Fancy 128 n ALWAYS NICE AND FRESH 2344 Washington Are. Twenty-Fift- J. GREINER SB laged Illegal land grabbing eases, la New York. The entire morning's seaskm of the court waa taken up by the argument of John M. Waldron of Denver, who has been specially retained by the Utah Fuel company to bond the aggregation of legal talent that Aaa been engaged In tbe pending battle In tho federal court a. Judge Waldron proved aa able exponent at the stat- Wall-Know- Complne returns, extent to minor details, have been received from all counties. They show a ulnrallty of 8,500 In favor of Gooding and fifty Renemocrais in publicans to t wen the legislature, thus making the lec lion of Borah to tha United tBatca senate and the defeat of Puhoia sure. o followed dally by an official official denial. well. ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Phone S for yuan. gd a aay. Rem bar tba Full Nam WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. Cmative WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. Carti aCclf 'jiOmDVt j Kromo Qomisfl C PTLJ 3 Dm as ! l.jmliin, Nov. 8. The retirement of s 8ir Mmtlnicr Durand, the British rad or to the United States, will take place at the end of this year. He has been permitted to resign at bis own urgent request, ant intends to permanently leave the diplomatic aer--( Ice for private life. The foreign office lias not yet considered the question of dir Mortimer's successor, and f U expected that there will be an Interim during which a new councilor of the embassy, whose name will be announced shortly, probably will be appointed acting American ambassaam-lia- IN UTAH. The opening gun in the rndinc coal land cases was States distric fired in the United eocrt this m rnlng. when roiiiineui'ea before Judge .Marshal!. on the part of eonn-- j Tbe eonte-t'u- n l arguing the special was the question s to the juris lie. of t!"n of the court over the pers.-uthe defendants. It was contended in the states under whoe laws the com parties are lncornoratel. the rrh Fuel company being Incorponti-- d in New .Tarsev. snd tbe v roxnpary. ili cim! feuilain In rht a' LORD CURZON. - Lord Curian, men-- i India. I tinned in diy.;nitio circle a a pna-- . slide succevsiir tn Sir Henry Mortimer Curzon Purand. The fact that is now nri the between Orest Br!t-slNuv. Washington. fermerh 8 s semi- tion. The men atfl rstd emended i cento increase an hour and an elgbt-hou- r day. Later they changed this request to one fur an increase of ' I 8.- of vicer-;- nr-- a srd ibis country, anl bas auojncc.1 that be will visit In this -' color coi: !ir:: f". liiunc weeks. tn the run-i- r rif his appointment to the Wash In e'en - t 10 cents an hour. KINO EDWARD'S Drs. Elliott SNorris ,f WE CAN CURE YOU Wa will cure you, la Dont Buffer. Coma lay. wall while eur guar-ante- Pont de- at sues and get trouble your is Consultation Free. yeung. Wc positively Dlooaecs, Cura Men's Blood Disorders, Ner- vous Troubles, Llvsr, Kidney and Stomach Diseases. Office Houra 10 a. m, to 7 p. m. ASPHYXIATED. Chicago. Nov. 8. Two domestics employed In tbe German hospital were asphyxiated by ga early today aad two other women who occupied the saiiiP apartment were taken from the room In a critical condition. It la that one of tbe women acciden-tnila left gas Jot open. y STEAMER PUTS BACK. le-i- .J ,w York. Nov. The steamer which sailed from this port ester Jay for Manchuria, put back toCHANCELLOR VON BUELOW. day wT'n fire In her cargo. The fire Is "wulJi'ring among her cotton bales. Nov. X. The ilailv minor of The Terence la a freighter of 2.600 s iT.ai.cciliir Von Hueiow ririrejuent is I ehe carried bo passenger. r- Tennre. ; 8. r Drs. Elliott & Norris SPECIALISTS Year Years 2361 Washington Ave. BIRTHDAY. Nov. 8. King Edward's London. birthday honor list, which was today, Is without any feature of particular Interest Henry Nor man, M. P.. Is raised to the knighthood. No' peerages are extended. The regular list la to be left over for the next year. dor. Counsel for the Big Carboniferous Corporations Ask for Transfer. Bali Lake. Nov. DURAND. SIR MORTIMER Salt Lake. Nor. 8. County Attorney Christensen appeared before Juatlre cf the Peace Bishop today nnd bad the preliminary hearing f "IVwtor" Jim Donaldson set for next Tuesday. In waa arrested Donaldson Hot Bprlnga, Ark., and I charge I with the robbery of Alexander McWhlrter In this city on September 10. MrWhlr-te- r and his brother were robbed of over 110.000 In an alleged poker gs.me. In the same court the hearing of Robert Hanger, (in employe at the county infirmary. with assaulting annged Inmate of tin: Institution, sss sat tor November 17. DON'T WANT HEARING or g DONALDSON ARRAIGNED. I 2E During the chancellor's long Illness and the vacation which followed the ambitions of a good many persona powerful at court or In tha cabinet ware let loose, especially as tt waa doubtful for weeks whether ha would ever be well enough to again take up the chancellorship. The emperor appears to stand by ute but to tho average layman un- Von Buelow and probably will continue versed In Blackatone, the rase at Its to do so unless tha chancellor's health beat as a hard on to follow. Under la really bad, of which there 1 no Inthe lnllnenc of grateful steam heat dication. aad oomfortablo seat aome of tho CREATION OF CARDINALS. spectators Indulged In "forty winks" or more Rome, Nov. 8. The pope will hold a ooaalstory about tho middle of DeJEROME'S STATEMENT. cember, hut It bas not been decided Hsarat's Fault That He Was Not whether cardinals then will ba eraatod or not According to sums observant Elected. this consistory will he held chiefly fur tbe purpose of transferring the New York, Nov. 8. Distrk-- i Attorof Seville to another see, ney Jerome today made tbe following archbishop and to appoint several French bishop. comment on the recent election: According to others, cardinals will ba "If Hearst had not undertaken to created. Including one Belgian and one sandbag the Democratic party Into ac- Frenchman. The latter cepting him and had made himself an will be made aa a result ofappointment tha popes Integral part of the Democratic party, desire to show hla gratitude for tho the result, In my opinion, would have unanimity with which tba French been a sweeping Democratic victory. have him in the He would have a powerful and Inde- clergy with supported tha French government. struggle He not It. In did pendent position take that course, however, and I don't TRIAL FOR BURNHAM. see how he can become a candidate In the Democratic party again. The New York, Nov. 8. District AttorAmerlnui people are always willing Jerome today naked Justice Green-bauto forget and forgive. Hearst can do ney of the criminal branch of the a Hla have much gaod yet. papers oourt to fix a date for the supreme handles if he powerful influence, and A. Burnham, presiof Frederick trial himself with good poise and Judgment dent of the Mutual Reserve Life Inaccomcan In mutters generally he hlfl brother, George surance company; He must abandon plish much good. and Eldridge, vice the wholesale abuse of anybody and Burnham, of theGeorge company, who have president everything, and must confine himself been Indicted on charges of forgery to attacking in a clean way the abuses and larceny. Mr. Jerome said which Jie wants to assail. Hla past that grand to proceed with the Inha offenses will then be forgotten and surance hoped In a few weeks. cases He could be of service to forgiven. the organisation. He must decide hia SWITCHMEN ACCEPT. course, however." Chicago, Nov. 8. Tha switchman PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS. today accepted the offer of the manto Is PAZO OINTMENT guaranteed agers of tbe western roods for an Incure any rasa of Itching, Blind, Bleed-lu- crease of 8 cents an hour In wagea 6 14 to 01 Protruding Piles in days A further Increase of 8 cents ag or money refunded. 50c. hour will be determined by arbitra- 200-21- inver-i-mea- S ree, Ogden. Independent Phone 885. ADAM SNYDER, zznzz four-stor- the character 0 C the tmnafer sarvio we aupply our patrons. Prompt, reliable and at low coat, any lima you say we'll be on your Job and handle it expeditiously and 365 Twenty-Fourt- h 276 South Main Street, Sail Lake Q(y. Bell Phone !06!y. Independent Phene 1061. ' g In EAUMEISTER EROS Sreet, Ogden.' h Independent Phone 828. 1 GROCERIES DISTRIBUTERS: JOHN n. Fine Fruits like As much as you like Whenever you like And the bet! there jjis. You can drink as much as you like of Luxus whenever you like, and feel only a ididous sense of refreshed body and mind, and satisfied palate without any of the after effects of ordinary, heavy, sticky,bilious beers. Luxus is different the most exquisite refinement of the brewers art. CGDEN IIRF EXCHANGE a 263 St Twenty-fift- h Eastern Raaaw Californio an Direct Wire fai All Spcrtin Evonto PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH MITCHELL EROS. Monument, Copings and Headstones. Don't buy from age.nts. aa they get large commias.oni and you have to pay them. Bo your home people first. Yard opposite City Cematary- in. ue. WANT ADS YIELD BIO RESULTS.