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Vi 1 - TnE MESSAGE TO THE SUICIDE. MOItXlXG I ders will J raachar Baliavea Ha Can Sava Them From Deatn. It- Hrorr M. kaswa a ihr ('ha.iaiu! 'u ducted hen-toUi u.ghi m the ur srlur of the Fifth hotel .dte a throng of poop: including notly gowned women an.) mac In evening dseca. beard tie tiergyuun make an luieraktlng adJrvm. He said' There are people ooniiug into our airy far the anU purpc.e of ending the work of an auevwn atnigia. The? Teal that no one caraa about them anil they send a ballet Into their heads, lone nod forgotten. If 1 could I would bare thmo unfortunate sand fur me sad allow me to talk to them when they are planning snob a step. I would like to reason with them and show than whan they are planning such a step that there i another way out ef their troubles than eulclde. 1 stand, ready to call upon any one who need such a friend." Xew York, Xov. JC. 'amt. Ai-n- k$i. 1 . IWJftL v GyPvn"- - OF THANKSGIVING IN CELEBRATION H a feawt for the eye Our au- ( for the body. oKara a Mrb display! Jewelry boK teapUus as lee Cion of chain. lHifM. broaches, nags aai braceleu. aU dadcately and artwtt-catlaet with the finest diamonds an precloul atoaea that may ha fgTored any of which wiU add Beauty and' dfctiactioa to the atoat ehanuiag of draaaea. than should y L W. EDSWELL, Jswefcr f4th Street S70 KODAK CAMPAIGN Suggested as a Means of Lessening an Evil. SYSTEM. T Will Servs to Idsntify tle. to THANKSGIVING GUESTS will aaraly have greater cauae to ltd walla are admire year bma newly papered lu. honor of the day. Let ue giro you an eatlaiate and aee how small It will be. GRIFFIN PAiNT CO. fill Both Phone. Waah. ! IN FACTORY. Italians Quarreled Over a Drinking Cup or Washstantf. ish Kir 0L0 HARNESS WITH W fu trouble. oro thaa Berloua aad soma Ssa death an theInjuries awful reaulta Aa ed Barusss U often responsible, but hanoee with weak apU fa It I Jnat aa bad. TEe Wed wa soil hqvn NO WEAK SPOTS. Tou will get yonr money' worth If Nn buy harueaa of a a. dareM to 1,77 baAw S Dead in Bat- Alna-wert- TRAGEDY R IS ths Washington, Xov. Zli. Commenting upon the fngsr-prin-t system, whlcn baa been adopted by the war department as a means of insuring the detection of fraudulent enlistment and tha Identification of deserters with , Major General greater the military secretavy. In hla annual report says: "The finger prints of an unidentified deed soldier in the field of battle will watsMbdi hie Identity and unknown dead In the field should he a thing of the past The finger prints of farmer soldiers also will aerve as aa infallible means of identification in the many pension aad other cases In which it keoomea naceauary to establish to the satisfaction of the government the Identity of the appllcnat ." I J.C Platt Saddlery C S. E. W.. A. Malan. Malan, WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING. MALAN TRANSFER COMPANY Vana, Dray OUR SPECIALTIES Planar FunH-tueSafa Moving and Storage. New York, Nov. Sly In the presence of half a humiwd frightened man and women. In a trouser factory at C7 Spring street today, Galseppe Figlia, an Italian, aged 2u, shot and kllied Aatenette Madocece, eighteen years old, seriously wounned Vlncen 0 Lavora, the man whom she was to marry, aad then turned the gun on himself. A quarrel over a drinking cup or over precedence at the wash sink, according to the police, led lo the trag edy. Figlia was beaten almost to death by the men la the factory afier he had been disarmed. TRIAL OF GEO. BURNHAM, New York, Nov. 24. The trial of Oenrg Burnham, counsel for the Mutual Meserve Life Insurance oempany, who was Jointly Indicted with hie brother. Frederick A. hurnham, president of the company, and George D. SMredge. vtoe president, for grand lanwoy, began today In the criminal branch of tha anpreme court. Burnham in alleged to have paid f 7,600 to Nichols A Brows, attorneys, for F. B. Arm. strcog, who was aa agent and policyholder of the Mntual. The payments appeared on the books of the company aa a contract between Armstrong and the Mutual, when, aa a matter of fact, It la alleged. It waa in settlement of a suit brought by Douglas Wells a vice president of the company, against Frederick A. Burnham aa aa Individ-val- . Attorneys for the prosecution eu leavored to have all three of the Indicted men tried Jointly, hot to this the defen objected. In the course of the examination of talesmen aa jurors they were asked whether they knew Senator Platt, and various other - and Baggage Wagons. per-son- a. , BATTLE WITH HORSE THIEVES. Colorado 99 OFFICE 408 Twanty-flft- Streat. h PHONES Ind., 824. Bad, 220. Spring, Colo., Nov. 26. Ward baa reached this city from Elisabeth, la Ebert county, of aa encounter between a poise o if deputy sheriffs from Denver aad the two hone thieve whom Under Sheriff Dayton and a posse from the El Paso county vherifTa office hunted In the Fountain Valley, Saturday. The dispatch from Elisabeth shows that the men are desperate and that they fired more than fifty .shots at the posse. The horse thieves aad the pome kept up a running chase until darkness made pursuit Impossible. COUNT WITTE UNMOVED. hff TtaOaty batwrae Waaaari Rher aad Cbkagfc y 5 The Overland Limited T Neal LaxwNea TraJa Ja tbs Warll Compartment add drawing-reo- a waplng can, observation can, Ikv "1 ran, and library tars, with barbar, bath ' and. Book 'ivers Library; entlra train electric "Chtcd. through tc Chicago wtthout Direct connection for buffet-smoki- ng St Paul and Minneapolis ni fuS Jhkrn. cMnittom. cm a. waar, k.cSSa c la. Gliica;o & Kirto-Wntefyr. " StU Mtei Stmt, mn Laka City, ISA rn SL Peteralmrg, Xov. 26. The monarchist and reactionists, finding that their threats have not driven Count Witte out ef Russia. heM a meeting at Moscow today and telegraphed to the Emperor, asking fur bla expulsion from the empire. Count Witte's revival of the publication of the 8km la said to indicate that he intends again to become a potential factor In the iltuation. AoconHrg to a dispatch from Sochi, la the Caucasus, where Count Witte has estates, the report that he win become a candidate for election to parliament was received with great enthusiasm. ' OtiDEN, Tl UTAH, i:si.y MORMMi. - NUVEMIiKK ..ee r' - ihr FINNEY RESIGNS. American Dredging Fiauctaco Marshal! C Harris. presiarLt of the coin punt . Takes This Step Rather Thin Have and M llliani jl. Hoog of Honolulu. Business Directed fre-- New Ycrk. ine of Its directors. who rrturue.1 Sat, St laiuia. Niv. 26. n.iled a urday from i he lsihinu.. o Finof thf ;r tractor at ibe EMERYVILLE RACES. fir California toii::tii K meeting Fifth Att-niihotel yeeterday. F resi- ney. w..o recently retire: k.u u: of Karri dent Texx rail there announced that hi Sxu Praxi iM'vi. X v 2i W'.lh a the jiiaaouri. Kanes road, declared that hr liaj a. ham. 1 am track toils a! Eiueii rtllc corepani will immediately increase it to have tlure acre a number if eiricuf flu capilaiiiatlon by several million dol- president rather than r.u'.-.-lars and bid for the anrk. It U stated the projierly directed fi' :.. Nr York. Ob'. naiatOv in llie tl.inl rave, when conherv that probably six group of Mr. Fniney said: .Viiiisar.1. merlri.kei i the laleiit. tractors will bid f..r the work. "There waa no quarre, oe'iueeu Mr. beat out Royal Hogue. Resulis. Jullne and myself In tor .Missouri. F.rsl laoe, due mile A:k;t.x Iiin The nly eveu. soli: Genur ImvIm Kansas a Teiuw rallwav CONDUCTORS WAfyT $300. Kuapi. Kuearo difficulty that wa had wa leiative to 1o5 lUruraelli, ! lu 2. Mr 105 (A. 'lone distance' main, ten; ::i l. 1st lu 5. thin Time. Meaiv i Oily, Xov. The Heral-Juline seemed to think :lu.i the road 1:42. Tah.niund. Mina Glbsun and today say. Vales there i s change of ths ahuuld be governed fr. :u Xew York, Bill Perry also ran. the property Second race, six furkuig E M. plans of the committee, which Is nuw while I maintained tbs' UixUaln 110 (L. Willkuuei. u 1. here to the conductors of should 1 be maueged from di latuis. Cituld not. as p.vsi.lenl ruu wou; Van Ness In? (Knapl. 4 lu a. "If the Mexican Centra',, is their applicaiMciutviei. tion for a rvidu of tk agc scale, the system from St. Lcuis. where the second: Clandestine Susie tbs management will be reminded that beaJquartera are I hicated. l preferred 9 lu 2. third Time. 1:13 preferred ;o act or Christian. Peter J.. iauira F M and the system uf ivtsiulng train inspec- net to be here. tor la not pleasing to their men, not be president, and a willing to IJbervale also ran. here the road directed from any other Third rave, six fuiluiig- a- Shady laid who run ths trains. The increase iu wages to be ask- city but that In Which ihe headquar- lot l Graham), 12 to 1. von. Heraaiu ed for the passenger conductors will ters wars. Aa Mr. Joline and his in- 1 1 04 (Brueuelll, 6 to 1. oocvuid: A 1km. me Time. Carey 99 tBuxlonl, 6 t 1, third. be from l5o to a month. A terest appeared to differ with " LUUe 1:14 Prestige. MiuUU-u- . proportionate increase wtll be naked concluded to resign the .iihce Gregg, Metlakatla. Meringue. for the freight conductors. Grenore. St. Wiwrrede and WORK CAR COLLISION. also ran. BOY ACCIDENTALLY KILLED. Fourth race, six furlongs Mansard Three Were Killed and Five Others 104 (McIntyre), I to 1. won: Royal Los Angeles. Cal., Xov. 26 Hen? Injurad. Rogue 112 i Robinson l, 5 to 2. second. 15 step-sool the old. Berger. years Xew Haven. Conn., Not. 26 Three Phalanx 1 1)7 (Saudv), 7 to 1, third. a railroad employe of this city, waa flrn Hurst, The men were killed and five oilier were Time. 1:14 almost Instantly killed by the Pot re no Grands. Judge. MilcolMightv. In e Injured rifle eerlimely the hand in yesterday of a discharge lision of a work car crowded with lar's daughter aud The Only Way alsj of a companion, Henry Bock. The accident occurred 12 mile Italian laborer on the railroad and a ran Fifth race, five and a half furlongs string of three gravel curs. In the north of the city. The hoy were Bon 112 iDugun), 4 to 5. won: front a day's hunting. Young yards of tbe New York. New Havau NativeFauat 110 (f. Rosa), 6 to 2, secHartford railroud. A lx an sixty miM Tuny Berger gcit out of a buggy to cut a ftwere In ibe work car when the crash ond: Wooluie 114 tKobineoD), 10 to 1, whip from a bush. Aa ha was whitthird. Time. 1:06. Utica. Joe Harlan. and. panic stricken, they fought tling with hla knife the rifle, which came. Mabel Hollander. Blagg. Arrourt and lay on the lap of Henry Hock In the with one another In tlieir efforts to Jvons also isn vehicle, was accidentally dlacharged. get out. All of them were badly Johnny Sixth race, mile aud a sixteenth -Ishaken up. and many sustained minor nflammable lu7 (Knapp), 2 to 1, won: Injuries. FOOTRACE SWINDLE CASE. As soon as the laborers recovered Luella 102 iHontar), even, second; from their panic, after having reached Duelist 107 (Brussell). 15 to 1. third. St. Paul, klinn., Nov. 26. In an the ground, a large part of them, ac- Time, 1:46 4 5. Elle, Chsblls and opinion handed down by Judge Hock. cording to witnesses, started with Thaddeus also ran. ol In the I'nlted States circuit court shovels and knives for the enpicks, Exappeals today. In the esse of the and fireman, howBENNINGB RESULTS. gine. The change bank of Webb City, Mo., and ever. seeingengineer it 1 said, ran the danger, J. P. Stewart vs. B. E. Moss and Jon- their euglne away from the scene ami Washington. Nov. 26. athan Davis, the decision of the Unitthem. Firm race, sis and a hstf furlongs ed States circuit court was sustained. escaped Pretension won. Avaunieer seonud, Judge Sanborn dissented from the TO BRIDGE YALU. Dolly Spanker third. Time, 1:22. eplnion of Judge Hook. The opinion (Wand- nee, steeplechase abut two relates to the Webb City, Mo., footwon. CYptxln Will B 3.239 Fsst Long and race case, In which the plaintiffs Span Cost One Million Dot lata. Hares second, Valiev Forge third. claimed they were defrauded out of a Time, 4:15 large sum of money by means of a Third race, seven furlong FireLondon, Nov. 27. The Tokki correfraudulent footrace. The jury decidspondent of the Thnea telegraph that brand won, WeHxwrne second. Bived in favor of the plaintiffs. the Japanese have decided to bridge ouac third. Time, the Vain river at Yongampu. The Fourth race, five furlongs Berkeley ATROCITIES IN CONGO. pan will bo 2.239 feet long and the won. Regal Lad second, Bopraun third. It will bo Time, 1:0 will coat Bl.lMO.OUo. New York, Nov. 26. Reeolutlons bridge Fifth race, seven furionga Bolle completed at the same time aa the condemning the alleged1 atrocities la Sirotne won. New York second. Brar-fol- l railway, thus establishthe Congo Free State and aa appeal ing direct communication between third. Time, 1:28 to the American state department to Mukden and Fusan. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth do everything In Its power to "lead It Is officially announced, the Times Dolly Spanker won, Water Grass secthe nations of the world to forbid continues, that the re- ond. laird Boanerges third. Time, further Injustice in the Congo Free oorrerpondent sult of the Inquiries into the sinking 1:49 at were two State, big of tba Japanese passed today battleship Mlkasa meetings of Presbyterian and Baptist (which caught fire and rank at Sa- NEW ORLEANS FAIR GROUNDS. ministers. sebo, September 11. j9UCl fully exonerated the personnel nd proves that New Orleans, Xov. 26. HARRY SMITH MARRIED. tba explosion waa due tn spontaneous First race, five furlong Buren ArNew York, Nov. 26. Harry B. combust Ion from tha deounipuattloa of nold won. Windfall second, Spider Web Ubrettoa of chemicals. Smith, author of the third. Time, I:vi of the musical and many light open Second race, six furlongs Whiptoracent successes of MUSTERED OUT. years, oumedy won, Knhlnoor second. Adhell poorwill Multi ha was married In Bouton day 1:14 2 5. third. Time, Noncomlast Friday to Miss Irena Bentley, who 26, El Reno, Okie., Not. Third race, mile aad n quarter la at present playing at the Colonial missioned officers and privates of Com' Gladiator won, Safely Light second, theater, Boston, In "The Belle of May panies B, C and D of tha Twenty-fiftO heron third. Time, 2:U8. Fair. United Stares Infantry have been mutone nilleHL Valentine FVMirth tered out of the army. Tonight Major won, Jackrace, Dolan second, Dr. Hpnilll h Tweaty-alxtINCREASE IN WAGES,. Onrk and the battalion of the ;4fi third. Time, rewill United Stales Infantry Fifth rare, five and a half furionga Adams, Mass, Nov. 26. An Inerraae turn to Texas. In the final act the Glamor won. Beau Bruin mcl second, of five per cent In the wages of the officers at Fort Reno seemed more rales tbtrd. Time, 1:07 of the Berkshire Cotton than were the men. Major Pen-ros- cMSixth employe race, mile and n sixteenth manufacturing oempany waa announcexpreneed warm endorsKUienl- oft. Col. Hart left won, Dr. McCluer second, ed today. The new scale, which af- the men's deportment-angood Merry Belle third. Time, 1:49. fects two thousand five hundred emSix at tha sergeants of tbe three ployes and which will go into effect TRIAL OF BILLY NOLAN. Decemlier Snd, Is five per cent more companies will go to Washington and than that paid la the Fall River mills he present, when the appeal tn their even after last week's Increases there. behalf la made to the president Cincinnati, Nov. 26. Tha case of Billy XiJan, manager of Battling Nel. MAHER IB THIRD. WARD LINE STEAMERS. son, was today continued until December 4. Nolan being detained elsewhere London, Nov. 1C. The clues of the Galveston, Xov. 26. The Galveston by business. Nolan waa charged In racing season finds Higgs, the English Tribune leema from a moat reliable Chicago warrant with being a fugitive jockey, heading the list of winners authority today that Charles W. Mone frotn justice and with wUhleildlng sevwith 150 victories. Madden, another of New York, recent purchaser of the eral thousand dollars of the money jockey. Is second with 104, aad Danny Mallory line steamships, la about to derived from the exhibition of the fight. Maher, the American, third with 103. close a deal for tha purrhaoe of the film Ot the Maher would donbtlsss have been sec- Ward line steamers, known aa the Mall hud left not before Cuba he ond New York and England Bteamahlp CLINE IS VICTOR. the season ended. company. It la known that Mr. Morse s New waa looking Into tbe New York, Xr. 26. In tonight's RIOTING IN LIEN CHOW. business when gathering Into his holdof the lillllnrd tournament at fame of ings the Mallory steamer, those 18.2 balk line, Harry P. Cline of Phil26. Advices from the Clyde line. Tbe Ward company Hoag Kong, Nov. Charles reteraon liy defeated adelphia Canton report a recrudescence at comprises eighteen ateamahlpa. There n score of 400 to 85. feeling at Lien Chew, are two new vessels of 8.000 tons each ( line started off will) the while ball where seme church property haa been about ready for launching. and made 58 on hla first attempt. I" pillaged. The American consol haa t err on waa weak on n nursing on open asked the viceroy to enforce protecNEW MEXICO VOTE. table play nil through and bis best tion of the missionaries and their was 23 In tbe elev El Paso. Texas, Nv. 86. A special run of tbe night property. to the Times from Hants Fe, N. M., euth Inning. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. cays the vote of New Mexico cast In M'OOVERN TO MEET CORBETT. a the recent election was canvassed ofParis. Nov. 26. The parliamentary ficially today. The majority for stateNewr York. Nov. 26. Fallowing a committee to which the matter was re- hood waa 1.130. Andrews, Republican, ferred baa by a vote of eight to two was declared elected delegateto con- meeting of their managers today It Terry McGovern reported la favor at the abolishment gress by a plurality of 274. .Larraxolo, waa enmairee thatbad been matched of the dnath penalty and the substituIemocrat, filed notice of content, al- and Young Onrtiett not less than fifteen tion of life imprisonment. leging gross fraud iu several coun- fur a bout of round, to take plnra during the week ties. HE KILLED HIS FATHER. of January 81. Encb aide posted n The total vote cast was 45,767. forfeit of $1.00. Tim Hurst will refe-te- e the fight. Peoria. Nov. 26. Edward ' Clifford, ANOTHER HEARING. who yesterday shot and killed hla ag ed father, a fisherman, living near Itch! Itch! Itch! -- Scratch! Rcratch! El Paso. Texas. Nov. 26. ImmigraGlaaaford, waa captured here early tion officials at this place, when naked Scratch! Tbe more yon scratch the thla morning and committed to Jail about the report that another bearing worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment. without ball to await the action of bad been given Antonio Villareal, the It cures mien, ecsema. any skin Itchthe grand Jury. It! la believed the alleged revolutionist who is In Jali ing. All drnggtHta sell It. father and son quarreled over mon- hero pending extradition, stated toSHAW IN PITTSBURG. ey matters. The an will not talk. night that no Information bearing on been received YtTa real's case has THREATENED STRIKE. from tbe department of commerce and Pittsburg, Nov. 26. Secretary at lainr since the master had been re- the Treasury Shaw, who came to Vienna, Nov. 26. Owing to a threatWashington. to back ferred Plttaburg todav to Inspect sites for a ened strike of form laborers In tbe poatofflee building, left fur WashingWARRANT FOR KUNGENBER0L county of Bekei, Hungary, the agriton tonight after a most strenuous cultural society bf the district held a day. In which be traveled over a great, 26. A warrant Nov decided unaniSxn Francisco, meeting today gud deal of the center of the city and held In in United the State of the laborer saw sworn out today mously. fvent meetings with the representative of to obduratefl office Devlin's hire Chi20,000 District proring Attorney the various business men's organisanese coolies to replica them. It la a,u!nst Capt. Charles J. Klingenberg tions which were characterised liy him of heated argument In which the member extremely doubtful, however, that the at the whaler Olga, accusing n Jack-sowill government permit such a step. murdering the boat' engineer. of the president's cabinet did not hesiD. Paul, at Mlnio lnit, Septemtate to express himself. At one of Ihe HORSE SALE. ber 30, 1906. Frank Miller, Alfred meetings the secretary snapper) hla Carlson and B. Whitney are being held fingers In the face of H. I). English, New York, Nov. 26. W. D. Stokea, wtineaees against Kllngenberg, president of the local chamber of comwho baa a stock form in Kentucky, to- a ho la now In the north. merce, who left the hearing declaring day disposed of a collection of horses tt was a force. ef his own. breading by hla atalllona MARRIAGE OF BLANCHE WALSH. After viewing the various sites of Patches BrTkea and J. J. Audubon, to the city Secretary Hhaw said he would George Floyd Jones, a New York bankAtlanta, Ga.. Nov. 26. All attempts mak a statement on the situation er, lor 130,000. to secure confirmation of the reported after he had reached Washington. The grand total of horses sold at marriage In New Orleans of Blanche the Old Glory sale was 107 for $23,-75- Mssh. the actrea. who Is filling an PRISONERS DIE. engagement here tonight, have proved Ml Welsh refuses to talk, lutl'e Manila. Xov. 27 -- A a result of exQUIET IN HAMILTON. but the members of r company will periments with cholera virus at Bill-bi- d twenty-fnellter affirm nor detiy the atory. prison, ten prisoner out of have Hamilton. Onl., Nov. 26. The street inoculated, our who were car are not running In Hamilton toCHILDREN DROWNED. died- - The experiments were conductnight, but there Is no sign of trouble. ed by Dr. R. P. Wrong of the bureau The cars ban all day and up till 6 Hutchinaon, .Minn.. Xov. 26. Three of science. The death f the prisono'clock this evening without being children, all son of Peter Hanson, er took place a few .lays after they nosed or txherwlae Interfered with. living near here, were drowned Sun-- were Inocuiated. It Is claimed by the Fred Fay. the leader of tbe striker, while akatlne on Lake Marlon. investigators that th fatalities result vne was ordered by tbe sheriff and The rinds. Jnrden. aged 13; Walter. ed from a cr.ntnilnaM'in of the virus to la leave the of chief atlll rbolera police city, Fed 11. and Victor, aged 9, were with bubonic plague virus, and advised haa been here by counsel Unking for muskrat when they feil virus Is In constant use here, and It cannot ba deponed. Into an air hole. that he hue proved heneflclal pvl uiuiy. Jt I of n i i:i.r.l Bru i'hi-i-nu- BLANCHE WALSH MARRIED. n . a.vl-dent- .ewe d i'7. Kimt-thorp- Chicago, Xov. 2S Mra. Siilwell. brigadier and head of the Sairatlun rescue work in Chicago, and Army who has been engaged In slum work In this city for the last twenty years, ha several ldeaa as to the beat ways to rid Chicago of its red light district. In an address In the Fourth Presbyterian nhiuvJi last night, ahe suggested a "kodak squad." "Wa must us extraordinary means to meat extraordinary conditions,'' aid Mrs. Stlhrgll. I think one or the must expedient ways of putting notorious placee out of commission, would be the free us of a kodak to take the pictures at people found frequenting such places. FINGER-PRIN- EXAMINER: - r, I'.hir. l:v been ued in ii in rho.i-a- i. j UScp Hl'ii tXtq i!'M ie.4.117 iK'kvieior Sii.iiJ.. iu a iini.1 Ui ihe .; i. ji. a.i.l d.vlaret ri.it the i'iii:i:,iK. M iu a ,u .l tomc.? i;u ..f tonifon, ! dead p l'is, i "i, -- . I Hamilton, lun.. W :ii - The only ilevriupnM.nl ir t.ir si: iatfoii here is ihe orl.-nuout ,.f t'siuua of Frit Fay, a hu I ciiniiii.vlux the nirike rf the street cur meu. h Sheriff VI aud t'hief of Police Smith, who last night ui:cie.1 Kay to leave the country. The a:itlHn'ltle will have to shew, howeier. thut he was breaking the law lel.. re hr would leave. Fay aukl. Fa ha.l a cuiuell with Edward I. the United States consul here, who at one eoniinuuteated with the authorities at Washington Street cars are ruuning today and hi fur there has no illMurbance. The public ta mu ruling on the cars. BIOS FOR CANAL WORK. New Torit. Nov. 26. Bid for the fll.tWVKMI worth of Isthmian canal contracts will be opened la Wasbtng-U,on Doirbor 17. Anceg the feiu- - j . Mi-ik- e Self-risin- g fllcl' PLEADS Pancake Flour Is also a pure food; sell rising and all ready to uilx with water and bake on a hot gt iddla. 3-- Trade vu Mark. ALLENS NOT GUILTY. BBB FLOUR CO. Factory, tan Joaa, Factory, Littla Wolf Mills. Manawa, Win Pacifie Stoux k'ails. S I)., Xov. a plea f not guilty wa entered by Mr. Fmnia Naiifniann. wlf of Die wealthy luvwrr. Moses Kanfnuinii, when she wm arnilgned today by Judge Jouca in the cau' rlreuit court on a charge if murdering Miss Agues Poltelsh. a lf.-ear-olion;tllc, a ho WS In Ml Nauftimun's employ. CaL Coast Eastern DOMO . ass alien that aigunieut a mild in' umde f ir a cvmiJnuance to a futurv u rm of court. The proceedings acre Uev.dd of seusstUuial features. & COMPANY Xc-rir- e 155 25lh Street FANCY CASH r(fisfae to flftvor GROCERIES ettkevrith ,hardesty extracts. DRV GOODS TOR MIL JUST ARRIVED WANT ADS YIELD BIG REBULTI. 3-- 2-- t. Wlju-Mukde- n Overcoats and Suits 3-- n j' A c coa-duc- vairnn aormtajl tunwwuK call1 mud' Estes Doctor Specialist ' Gans-Xelso- Cvraa whan others faiL Modem mathada. Fro consultatisn far any Chrenla Dlaaaaa ef any name ar nature. Every caaa guarantaad. York-Ou-h- h-- r. - " Putnam Clothing House e - ry for Mon, Uojb and Children are tbo most romplote lines in the City, and at pricei to uit every-ItodDon't bnj till you look ub over. h A Partial List of Diseases Cored Catarrh, Drain a s. Ringing In tba Bars, Dlsewiea of thv Head, Throat, Nose, Kyo or Ear. All the Lungs, Bronchial Tubas and ChosL Diseases at U Btomacfc, Llvar, Kldnaya aad Bladder. Heart Dlarast, Rhauniatlam, Aatbma, Narvoua Troubles, Bl Vitus Dance, Piles, Fla tula add all Rectal Troubles, Tape Worm. Blood Poisoning from aay rtiiae. Disewaea peculiar to Woman. ANT PRIVATE DISEASE Of MEN quickly cuiad to May dural Remember the examination and advtno 1a FRE2L Coma at oaca, Tomorrow may be toe lata. Call or write. . DR. . , . , ESTES, SPECIALIST Office h wirs, 10 a. m. to d p. m. 246$ Washington At. (Boris Ealrnars Room 19. Remember tba number. Block). Ogden, Utah Society Lights Reading Lights Sewing Lights Lights For Work of Any Kind Gin Be Procured by Using Electricity Furnished by 1 Nsw Orleans. Nov. 26. The marriage nf Blanche Walsh, the actress, to William Travers, a member of her company, was announced here today. The ceremony was performed November ISth. In the New Orlean city court, and the fact was kept secret by court attanhee until today when the records were made public. Mias Walsh waa playing here at the time. 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