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a TDE 41. .!Uii . t,w N ,.: ( .jj, iliei-.t- jHt,x ).!:, Ideal weath- Angeles, Dec. IS. Uitn-r- . him. t'.e tor his deliveryl.over. mv ds for veiuov v.l lit y were ia0 Ji; s The i.ner uo li.ij.tf tJf 1 Lie I:.aide el i; hoars, aud 24. yae auliatanre in a. 0:1 ,l.e are aorKing la iron, the fallen tunnel and yields n touch as easilv a? aauu. Progrei w it further delayed by TUe (ear ihs.1 at thu Iasi unnute a fabe jar will release tht rock (bat thif.iieua Hu-kand cheat the rea cuert of Hie victory I.-- which they nave labored to long. The minei't are not directly above Hicks, but they will crot the tunnel over hit bead aud atiemjA to reach him from behind. ASCOT RACES. IM re :ui utnr,! MORNING s er drew a large crowd to A 001 ('hancelVor Walworth, the favorite iu the ilrat race. IOT aB poorly and nev r. In the second fdt 10 the front. 6 to 1. wa practically left at the poet, but came ou and w.m easily. Weather dear, track faat. fO pi rat race, 1mile and fifty 103 Koerner) . 6 to 1, won; Elisabeth P. 10o (V. Rivs). 3 to 1. Chancellor Walworth 1mi aeeood; iRilevt, 3 to 2, third. Time. 1:45. Hicks Personal History. Van HP- - Gentle Harry, Ylona. NeedLos Angeles. Dec. IS. According to ful. J. V. Kirby. Dtameme. McnteUink a special dispatch from Hlcka, the enand Jack Adams alao ran. s tombed miner at Eedison. near BakersSeiond nee seven furlongs If (Talbert). SO6 to 1, won; field, after a r king if the information ta 1. second; wat to be uaed In an obituary, gave QanceT HO ( Riley). the following to an Inquirer as to his Baa Alvlao 113 (Knnxi. IV to 1. third. Time 1:23- - Treasure Seeker. Charles personal historj ; He euliMed in Troop A. Fir.t cavU Stone, Remember and First Peep aUe ran. t . alry. In 1898, and later tervod la ComThird race, six furlunge Mias Mar- pany D of the Twenty-eightand Comtha 37 (Fisher), 18 to 5, won; Pun- pany H of the Thirtieth regiments of ctata 105 (Uargan), 5 to 2, second; infantry , United States army, die waa to three year in Manila as soldier and lydla Wrousntan 110 (Callahan). 5. third.Time, 1:15 12. Taylor civilian. In the latter capacity he George, All Right, Diablo Gold, Black was a cobbler. He is 38 years old. he has a marGem and Lady King alao nn. Fourth race, one mile Eu rip M e 101 ried daughter, Mrs. Henry Y agger, (Koerner). 8 to 1. won; Ed Ball 108 in Manchester, Ky. (Riley). 11 to 3. second: Merrill 84 (Preston), 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:41. FRENCH CABINET. Harding. Milshora and Cigarlighter alto ran. Amendment ta Separation Law Not nfth race, fire furlcngs Prolific 38 to Be Divided. S to 1. won; Halton li)5 (Preston), (Koerner), 8 to 5, aecund; Commlda Paris, Dec. 18. The cabinet today li4 (McDaniel), 7 to 1, third. Time, decided not to separate Into several 1:01 Derdoni, Virginia Lorraine, bills the amendments to the church Srlvan Dixon, Song of the Sea. Junta, and state separation law of WilS, which Montslben and Ray Egaa also ran. were read in the chamber of deputies Sixth race, alx and a half furlongs Deocmlier 15 by M. Briand, minister Sir Carruthera 35 (McDaniel), 6 to 1, of public worship and instruction, aud won; All Black 98 (Boyd). 20 to 1, sec- than sent to the committee of the ond; Line of Life 98 (Harty), 8 to 5, chamber. third. Time, 1:15. Xeatnees, PeninThe chamber this evening agreed to sula, Elfin King, Bowman, The Fid- abide by ths cabinet's wish not to dler, Dolly Gray, Tbora Lee and press the question of treating recalcialso ran. trant priests ss subjects of a foreign power until its preliminary examinaRACES. EMERYSVILLE tion of tho clauses of tbs entire proposition except the one relating to penSan Francisco, Dec. 18. Thera was sions and allowances of the clergy, an some good sport at 'the Emeryville agreement which was left over, has track today and the attendance was been completed. , large. On the race over the Futuiliy course Herealn stood a fierce drive alleged lobby. and did not flinch at the finish. The ' Tbura handicap was won by Shotgun, Washington. Dec. 18. Senator Pateasing up, after racing Collector Jes- terson, In a resolution, has suited that, sup Into second place. Results: the charges by a New York newspaper First race, six furlong Marla, 107 in relation to a lobby having been sent (Clark) 15 to 1, won; Cheers, 107 to the United States last session of (Williams) 25 to 1; second; A1 Und-le- congress to influence senators con107 (Alarle) 7 to 1, third. Time, cerning the Congo Free State legisla1:18. Johnny Lyons, Burning Bush, tion be Investigated by the senate com I'saodella, Ardenes, Golden Sentiment, mlttee on foreign relations. Florena also ran. Tho opposition recites that the Second race. Futurity course Her-shut-, Is alleged to have been mainlobuy 112 (Sandy) 5 to l,.woa; Belle tained by a government, and that a Reed, 102 (A. Williams) 2 to 1, sec- duly accredited consular official la acond; Marie II., 109 (Fountain) 7 to cused of having sent communication! Joe Goss, to eenstffirs in an effort to influence 1, third. Time, 1:18 Distributor, Bstldor, Dr, Sherman, 8L them that the senate committee on Denis, CrigU, Dotterel. Little Gregs foreign relations should be Instructed and M. A. Powell also ran. to Investigate all the Third race, six furlong Marion ST 18 to 5, won; Rose, (Buxton) STRAUS GIVES DECISION. Shady Lsd, 111 (Brown) 6 to 5, second; Judge, 105 (Davis) 4 to 1 third. Washington: Dec. 18. An important Time, 1:16 Yellowstone, Sea decision hAs been rendered by Secrelad, Burnolette, Quiz II, Lasen alao tory Straus of the department of .ran, and labor as to the right of Fourth face, five and half furlongs commerce to induce immigration to that a state 9 120 to 10, won; Shotgun, (Brown) decision holds, in brief, Collector Jessup, 103 (Graham) 4 to state. The thatl n the circumstances there la no 1, aecund; Fireball, 117 (W. Miller) violation oJC the Immigration laws or 7 to 2, third. Time, 1:08. St. Francis the law to prohibit the Importation of also ran. of alien contract laborers lo the acFifth race, mile Dorado,- 147 (W. tion of the state of outh Carolina, In Miller) 7 to 10, won; Baker, 110 (Law- this particular case, In encouraging rence) 6 to 1, second; Llberto, 109 (E. immigration to that state or In paying Walsh) 20 to 1. third. Time, 1:48 expenses of the ImmJack Little, The Only Way, Lone ths necessary in coming to the state. Wolf. Circusi Exapo,- - Bismarck, Mtmo igrants also ran. TRADE STAGNATION. Sixth race! mile Bolnman, 109 110 (Fountain) even, won; Lubln, Washington, Dec. 18. Special Agent (Robinson) 11 to 5, second; Rightful, from Shanghai to the 112 (Brown) 6 to L third. Time, Clark reports that all the 1:43-3-Theo Case, Celeres also bureau of manufacturers that the Chimerchant there agreed ran. nese boycott against American goods, If not absolutely dead, la at least quiCITY PARK RESULTS. escent, and that the present trade la not In any New Orleans, Dec. 18. First race, stagnation at Shanghai from six furtongs Red Ruby won, Mr. Scott way due to thla, but proceeds local causes. Bad natural various 1:20 second, Knighton third. Time, of China and a crops In many-partSecond race, five and a half caused cothave currency depreciated Expect to See won, John Kauf- ton goods to become congested at man second, Billy Vertres third. Tune, Shanghai, there now being on hand a 1:22 billion yards, representing Third race, five and a half furlongs, half handicap Mortlboy won, Monet sec- 150,000.000. ond, Gild third. Time, 1:10 NEW ISSUE OF STOCK. Fourth race, five and a half furlongs Sir Toddlrgton won, Beau Brummel New York. Dec. 18. Holders of third. rocond. Time, Pompadour 1:10 26. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul stock Fifth race, six furlongs Rickey will be permitted to subscribe to the extent won, KlelnwooJ second, Ralbert third. new 1100.000,000 Issue to the s of 50 per cent of their present Tlve, 1:18. in preferred stock and 25 per Sixth race, mile and an eighth The percentage Lurky Charm won, Potheen second, cent in common. enCol. Bartlett third. Time, 2:01 computation will be made On the tire amount at stock held,, both preferred and common. At the time the SUTTON IS CHAMPION. snnouncment was made today It was New York. Dee. IS. eorge Sutton said that split'1 or fractional shares will holds the worldV championship will be allowed on the warrant The a 18.2 balk line billiards, having tostock will be issued tomorrow. night successfully defended the title 'hich he won from eorge Slosson a TEN EYCK APPOINTED. femonths ago, against the challenge Ten of Willie Madison. Wls., Dec. 18.- -H. Hoppe, who holds the world's champ lcnahip at the 18.1 score. Score: Eyck, for the last three years coach of Sutton, 500; average, 26 high the Philadelphia Barge club, waa aprun. 107. pointed coach of the University of Hoppe, 258; average, 18 high Wisconsin crew today to fill the posirun. 78. tion vacated by the resignation of AnThe contest, which took place in the drew M. ODea. Grand Central palace, waa rather disyr, Jen Eyck has the distinction won appointing, as young Hoppe did not of being the only man who ever up to the standard expected of the diamond sculls at Henley, and for him. He was the favorite, but from the past eleven year has never been ilir beginning seemed to be off In his defeated In a single scull race. play. CARE OF BLOCli HOUSES. Sutton jumped Into the lead at the start and with 107 and 50 In the first ' Havana. Dec. 18. In consequence of innings- - secured an advantage hlch the younger player could not the country folk using the abandoned block houses erected for the defense O'errome. as rra MornlngitUr of. this city chal- of Havana in the late insurrection, delenged Sutton tonight for the 18.2 dwellings and bams and often to obtain machampionship. and Sutton agreed to stroying them in order Pa? him in Chicago thirty days hence. terial for building. Governor Magoon General Rodrigues, com811'tnn aid,, challenged Hoppe tonight has ordered rural guards; to take the of r Mi 18.1 mander will title, and thla game decided at Madison Square Garden charge of all block houses and pre(vee weeks after the Mornlngstar serve them as government property. Zw-thm- r yardt-MeriiH- Zee-thu- h - J3o-hign- a 1-- 5. 8-- i COLORADO Supreme 8-- s old-ing- 2-- - 11-1- Bams. FAVORABLE RESCUE DELAYED. TO THE ORINOCO. H3ni Court Reverses Decision of Lower Court. 2617 irits in the Kansas-Cuiurad- o rigation case, growing out of the nse the waters ot the Arkansa river. Attorney Ashbuigh. arguing fur Kan- .- j sas, addressed his remarks principal-ly to tbe question uf tht- - underflow water of the river. He contended that Kausa had been deprived of tbe greater pan of thla hltneno moat ;niiur act aupply and decoired Colorado has appropriated 4,u(n) cubic feet of water per around which practically takes all the supply of the stream in the irrigation season. He placed the total damages suffered by Kansas (n ths past fifteen years at not less thau He said Kansas demands a fair division of tbe warer of the Arkansas river, which would not eb less than 700 cubic feet a second. Attorney Looinis. also speaking for Kansas, intended that Colorado nut only claims the right to nil the water of the Arkansas river, bat actually takes it all. In suiiport of this contention Jie quoted a number uf witto nesses who bad been summoned testify in behalf of Colorado Itself. He also undertook to show that there la not nearly so much water in tbe Arkansas river in Kansas as there was in the early days and again mar hailed a number of Colorado witnesses to sustain his position. As to the contention that most of the Irrigation waters return to the auto through a seepage, he declared that of the water taken out of the river la either lout by evaporation or absorbed In plant life. In conclusion, he said Kansas Is entitled, under all the lawa of right and Justice, to s fair deal uf the water of thla important stream and contended for a recognition of this right. Attorneys Clyde C. Daweon and Platt Bugera followed for Colorado. two-thlrd- FENCILANEOUS WRITING. ADVERTISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE COST ONE CENT PER WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. NO FIRST INSERTION LESS THAN 25 CENTS. ALL ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE PAID IN EXCEPTING 6US1 ADVANCE. NESS HOUSES RUNNING OPEN BOOK ACCOUNTS WITH US. HELP WANTED. FEMALE WANTED girl fur general A house-wur- Ysb. 2659 house- general wk 1 WAX! EDChamberinald and dining room girl at the Mrginia. wg 1 WANTED A chamber maid. at once. Read hotel. WANTED A good laundress, General Hospital, at unoe. 2613 Apply girl for Madison -- Louis-America- SUICIDES. New York. Dee. 18. Wm. Msdison, also known ns McPherson, whose photograph Is in the rogues gallery, shot and killed himself today to avoid capture for robbery of a jewelry store at Mount Vernon last night. Madison might have first klllod an Officer or two had he been no Inclined, but after the holding up his pursuers he turned run weapon upon himself. He had several blocks when two policemen overtook him. Turning quickly, revolver in band, he had both at his mercy, when one of the policemen moImplored him not to shoot. For a ment the fugitive hesitated and then stepping back a pace, fired on himself. BROODED OVER MOTHER'S DEATH Howard Columbus, Dec. Powers.' wife of tbe manager of a McFaddena Flats company, which Is laying off here thla week, committed suicide tonight at her room In the Star hotel by shooting herself as she stood before mirror. On the as stage Mrs. Powers was known Dolly Powers. Mrs. Powers mother and sister were burned to death In n fire In Lexington. Ky, alx years ago. It Is claimed her by members of the company that conmind had become weakened by tinual brooding over the death of her mother and sister. DINNER Mrs. AT RALEIGH. IS Representor Washington, tlve McKinley of Illinois gave a dinner tonight at the Raleigh hotel In honor of Chairman Sherman, Tawney, and Secretary of the Republican congressional committee. The decorations were elaborate. The guesto Included Speaker Fairbanks, and many p.Mvrn snj Secretary Shaw erf congress. members of both houses Dec. -- n er RAILROAD WRECK. Monterey, Mexloo, Dec. 18. News has been received here from Penbls octelling of a railroad wreck that . curred between that city and Tisoo-tepeeThe accident was caused by the bolt of an engine falling on tbe track, causing the wheels of the whole train to Jump the rails snd the train to go down n precipices. The engineer and fireman vert killed. Some of the passengers. It is reported, were also killed and ethers injured. u UiiCj Wall ll-- l fOR KENT Warn-- , fiont room. 338 23rd. NICELY furnuhij room,. heat, kuirsuic 33rd street. MuJ--:u- lu . 7- oil 12 FOR RENT Throe heated rouuu. Cheap. Kciiej rick. s. C FOR RENT 3291-- 2Cn. 2 13-- if steam ti four tasu. FOR RENT-Thuustkevpmg. U44. rooms wo for light Phone 2155 Adams. 2 wk 12-- Mrs. feaneue HLL re- WOODMEN OF THE WORLDl Weber Camp, No. 74, meets fa iC. P. hall to Utah National Bonk building every Thursday evening at f o'clock. Visiting 'Yuoumea cordially invited to attend. L031X G. HEXING ER, CL C. L AL'Tb. Clerk. Plrst Natl Sank cf FUR SALE Five anj Acres land and water right, with mud c.n improvements. J;;si out tide city liir-iAddress 8. J. Ryan, Ogden. one-hal- Building. FOR SALE Ranch of S20 acres, partly fenced, 2i-- inches aster right, at a bargain. 8. J. Ryan, Udeu. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 1219-l- room. 12 S tf llinitcv;.ng ; corder. -- 120 A Her- RENT For nousekei-ping- , or five rooms. Appiy 2126 H-- tnsnciur; 51us L. Jauia Flout acres unimproved auiu ole for chicken ranch snd ov.i&rd. Good spring aster; will - !i ai curt. 8. J, Ryan, OgdtD. SAVE 1 1 fuiua-- v giuiit-uieu- Ogden Loige No. 1, meets every WaJneaday evening at 8 o'clock at toe A. O. U. W. hak Visiting members cordially Invited. Mrs. Jemima Fur-nia- ti FYK p-- 4 12-- 1 residence r.h ci.v Bench, 31,4oO. Terms, 63UI.I down, balance payable like paying rent. (luun.- - Parry, Cui. 23rd ft Wash. fivc-rou- Ogden Lodge, No. 2, Knights of meets at Castle Halt Utah National Bank building, every Monday sveulny. AH K. of P.'s requested to mm t with as. s. frame house, modern, large lot. bargain, 32.760.04. Five-ratfro ms house, cltv water. large lot, snap, 5 59.00. Kelly ft 1122-t-i Herrick. FOR KCNT a piohsant room with hut and raid water, flue location. J 25tfi At. OgJen PUR RENT Furiiithed rooms, modIgl-l- f ern com ententes. ,z7 St. at the FOR RENI Furnished fiat. 2634 Grant Are. general wk FOR RENT Furnished hausekeeping rooms 13T 6:U bu FOR SALE BENJAMIN MARRIOTT, CL E. K. GEIGER, M. of F. L. N. MEIO, K of R. and & MISCELLANEOUS A good Jersey milch vw, a bargain. 440 27ih n. l week. GUARANTEED Violin, 414 25th. Sego Lily Circle, No. 174. meals ev-:- y aooond sad fourth Friday nights t 7:14, to K. of P. bail. Visiting neighbors cordially tovltod. MRS. BESSIE LEP U. N. 2459 Pan-ton- 2-- rd 1 8PFJ.TAL holiday prices on Baldwin & Kurtxuiann planus: torm. A Collins, 414 Twenty-fifth- . FOR 8A1J6 First class 2(60 Washington Ave. CL WOMEN OP WOODCRAFT. FOR SALE Grant Pan-ton- e Ei.LEAl EASTMAN. Clerk, Washington Avenue. typewriter, Circle Women of Woodcraft, 591, FEMALE. FOR RENT MEN AND BOY8, plumbing or bricklaying trade pays 85 to 8 per day; ..we teach yon by practical Instruc- of Pencola to for rooms Furnished housekeeping. 220 Lincoln. MALE HELP WANTED. Port. Bar-ranca- e alleging That soldiers at the fort fired on hie ear from ambush at 10 oclock tonight. Offlcara of the post are invent lasting the trouble. Th conductor avers that on leaving Pensacola for tho tort, ten mile distant, he hsd trouble with an artlllei-ymaabout his fare. When he attempted to eject the soldier from the ear bis comrades rushed to his assistance and one of them threatened the conductor with a club. The street car man drew a revolver and stood off the soldier, however. The artlllerynmn who caused tho trouble was arrested by the police authorities. On reaching Barrancas the soldiers, about twenty In number, alighted. Tbe car stops ten minutes at .the fort hefpre beginning the return trip. The conductor avers that within a abort distance from the post on the return a volley was fired at him. He was n, (he reef platform and slighted, returning the fire with his revolver, He says his assailants, whom he recognised as soldiers, then fled. FOR RENT Clean furnished rooms, wlJi bath, thr roughly renovated; also light housekeeping rooms. The 4th St. Atra. 8. L Colonial, 362 Chinn, Manager. FOP RENT Furnished rooms suitable f for gentlemen, jit 23rd. FOR RENT Furnished nett room. Ben- Block. BOARD AND ROOM. FIRST CLASS board and 2325 Lincoln. BOARD and room. it tf 3617-D- . sixth street. FOR SALE Furniture of cheep. 2368 Adams three rooms Twenty N, LADIES OP THE MACCABEES. Silver Hive No. 1, meets the second fwsrth Tuesdays at 2:20 p. m. at sad HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES. HAIR SWITCHES for sal flair chains prloea. O'Noll at rsduoed a specialty. to rent for Masquerade costumes bells su'd theaters. All moil orders promptly attended to. Mrs. CA Lea, 821 24th. p, O. Bos 436. HAIRDRESSING. HaU, Twenty-fift- street. h Via-Itin- g sisters cordially invited. K881E BEHRING, L. C. LUCY KELSON, R. K. KNIGHTS OP THS MACCABEES. Ogden Tent, No. 24, meets tht see ond anf fourth Friday evenings at 8 004108 sharp, In L O. O.- F. holL Vlhltlsg Knights cordially Invited to attend. J. W. HAI.SEY, Commander. F. F. BOND, Uncord Keeper. SHAMPOOING, halntreoolng, manicuring; will come to house. 335 26th at. Ind. 602. FOR RENT room and Flint class board at tho Virginia; most popular place in the city, & MARIE CR1TES, Clerk, 2711 Monro Avenue. PROFESSIONAL at room 131 2Gth Ind. pigeon. MASONIC. INSURANCE. 4, O. E. Reel S. Queen Esther Chapter Ne. meetings bald et Maaonle Estate; Firs, Life and Accident in- HaURegular on Washington avenue, between surance, 497 24th BL Twenty-fiftstreets end Twenty-sixt- h FOR RENT, UNPURNISHFD ROOMS the first ad third Fridays of each JUNK. month. Sojon-niamembers cordialRENT Three FOR housekeeping ly In vita' to attend. rooms, 2368 Monroe. Phone 3727-A- , THE INDEPENDENT JUNK CO. buys ELSIE BADCON. W. M. Ihd. 12 13 tf all kinds of Junk. . Bell phone (26Z. LILLIE HALSTEAD, Secretary. . Jacob-BooInd. phone 369SU Green FOR RENT, FURNISHED HOUSES. 8148 Pacific. . 718-lyORDER OP RAILWAV CONDUCTOR FOR RENT Newly furnished Bn mm IF YOU have any kind of junk, pbeaa Wasatch Division Na 124, R. C, ' house, 336 Patterson, to Ogden Junk itouee; we wlU call meets second and fourth at Friday ter U. Bell 'phone 32 5K; Ind. 735. 1:89 p. m. la K. of P. tall. .. corner BUSINESS CHANCES. Washington avenue and 24th ntreeL AU brother are cordially Invited to STOCK companies Incorporated. If attend. MUSICIANS' DIRECTORY. have stocks or bonds for sale, you GEO. AT.T.BN, C. C. let me try to sell them tor you. MB. A'. H. GROSE D. U BOYLE, S. and T. TumPiano Expert M. George Kellogg, Broker, 544 Elor and Repairer, with Barnes' MueJe liott Sqnare, Buffalo. 6t FRATERNAL ORDER OP EAGLES. tore. Grand Opera House JHk. -FOR SALE Rooming house of 13 Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden OSTEOPATHY. rooms, furnished for housekeeping, Ne. HI, F. O. E, meets every Aerie, all rented, cheap rent on building Monday evening In Eagles hall, east GORDON CORA G. IVES, IVES, Cub down, 8390. 2112 Wash. Ave. of Reed hotel, at 8:00. Visiting Broth-- : from Osteopaths, graduates parent Eagles are Invited to attend the Mhool, Kirk villa, Mo. Lewle-Stay- Aerie meetings. nar 51. suit Treatment block, by MONEY TO LOAN. J. C. GASBERO, W. President 9 a. m. to 5 appointment Hour D. T. TRACY. Secretary. m. Bell 1914K. 1018. p. tod. phone DR. IL B. FORBES, Aerie Physician MONET, to salaried people without security or endorsement; payments PIANOS. to suit, either weekly or monthly; B. P, o. ELKS. business confidential. Call and get J. M. PANTONE, factory agent for Bumy term. D. i). Drake, 419-1Ogden Lodge. No. 7J9, mseta every celebrated Baldwin A Kurtxman Tuesday evening. Lodge and dub ries bldg. St. pianos. 414 Twenty-fiftrooms, second floor Mr sonic building, 8416 wesbingtoa Avenue, MONEY to loan la large or small PHYSICIANS AND BURGEONS. sums on Improved real estate et a W. D. BROWN, E. R. reasonable rate of Interest. Ne J. U. KNAUSS, Secretary. commission or oxponoe for securing DB. A. FEBNLUND. Physician and loan. No delay or publicity. Cali, Surgeon. Office hour. 10 end 18 A ORDER OF WASHINGTON. m , 2 to 4 p. m. 34U 6Lh fit Office 11-Ind. Phone No S721-A- . la phones. He Bell 615K; tod. 678. Ogdee Union, No. 172. Order of dance 648 Wash, lul phone 503. MONEY TO LOAN on terms and city Washington, meets every Tuesday real aststo. HUNTER A KENNEDY evening at 8 o'clock in A. O. U. W. STEAMSHIP AGENT. Boons 6, First National Bank Buildhall. Visiting comrades Invited to BOARD AND KpOM 441 26th Street. W. N. PIERCE, Notary Public. h r. a . . 12-1- 4 a 1 J2-lC-- tf CREMATED IN HOTEL. h Middletown, 'O., Dec. 18. Fire, which It Is said was started to hid the traces of robbery and possible murder, destroyed the Romell house here today. C. Powers, proprietor of ths hotel, was found bound and gagged near tbe door of the furnare in the basement and was saved from probable death ing. by berate work os the part of the firemen. MONEY TO LOAN J. J. BRUMMITT. Earl Albertson, a boarder, was cremated la hie room, and several other FOR SALE, FARMS. boarders hsd narrow escape While they were fighting the flames FOR SALE Cheap, 6 roomed house, firemen heard groans coming from ths good barn and outbuildings, one acre cellar. The men fought their way to of land, water right. In Wilson Lane. the cellar and found Powers hound. J. B. Trimble, Beil phone 950-- Black. Powers had been hit on the back at the head and rendered unconscious. AGENTS WANTED. In Intervals His condition Is criticalof consciousness he has laid that two AGENTS WANTED Call I to I a m., men grabbed him from behind his 6 to 8 p. m. Csroba Med. Co. 2361 counter and one of them hit him on Wash. Ave. ' the head. He waa then hound, gagged and removed to the cellar. Powers MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED, waa known to have a large amount of money on his person, and this with WANTED About 15 head of stork his match was taken. to winter. Anton Favero, West 1218-4- t Weber. APPEAL TO WASHINGTON. WANTED Forty head of horses to Baltimore, Dec. 18. Pietro Wien-ewsfeed for tbo winter. Apply to F. D. the Russians and Joseph Ptok, Richard sob, 559 22nd 8L Bell phone at here the who have been detained 591Z. cabled request of the United States of vice consul at Warsaw on charges to 155,040 and to Issue tlie theft of 1800 from a Warsaw mer- 40, (KK)company shares of the slock. One-halchant, will be deported anises their or 29,000 shares. In to1 be to stockhold' proposed appeal to Washington re- ers at l)r, 525, and 20.000 share for versed the decision of the immigration the purchase of sine smelters and gas bureau. Tbe men deny the alleged lands. It was also voted to Increase robbery. They declare tbe chars the number of directors from seven were trumped up by the Ruslan gov- to eleven. ernment to obtain their return to that country because they were revolutionASKS RECOUNT. ists. Chicago, Der; 18. Assistant State EQUALIZING SALARIES. negro who waa Secretary Barnett, only Republican candidate defeatWashington. Dec. 18. Senator Dick the ed In the recent election for munlrlpsl today Introduced a bill providing for filed a petition with the clerk the equalising of the salaries of army judge, court today In which he and navy officers. It begins with ca of the county a recount of tbe votes. Tho dets in tits army and navy academies asked forrecites that Barnett was duly petition and the equalisation of the allowances elected to the office and that be waa for clothing, and continues after the counted out by tho elecgraduation of officers and through the fraudulently tion judge service. - 4 O. D. RA8MU8SEN Representing the White Star Line, Bed Star Line, Dominion Line, American Lina, Scandinavian American Lice, Holland American Line and The Hamburg Amerlcad Linn passenger booked from or to any point of Europe to any part of the United States. 2317 sad 2369 WaahUtgtom Ave Ogdee, M-tUtah. - WILLIAM DOYLE, President. WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. MODERN WOOD) EN OP AMERICA. Utah Camp, No. 8990, A. W. ACER, J. H. SHAFER, Clerk. Moot ovary Tuesday might at Eagle Hail, 6 p, m. Vial ting members invited. V. C.; L SANITARY - FORESTERS OF AMERICA. WORK Court Wesntcb, Na 2, Foresters of DOTE ef ell kinds. Bell phone 6092. America. Meets LO.O.JT. hall, 24th Nels. McCarty, 2725 Grant street, first and third Wednesday evenings of each month at 7:80. TAILORS. G. W. HALSEY, C. R. F. A. GARNER, Secretary. Clothes cleaned and preseed 1 a ODD FELLOWS, month, 157 25 th SL BeU phone 1552. Ogden Lodge Na 5, Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Meets to L CECELIA GU8TAF, telepathic med-luO. F. ball every Tuesday evening. can he consulted In all the af- Visiting brolhen cordially tavfted to fairs of life: also graduate of the be presenL A. B. GRAFF. Noble Grant. Golding School of Mines. 427 24th at room 10. HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. TELEPATHIC MEDIUM. a f, DEDUCTION e. dusiri-d- 11 NEW water, tin )!-6-- tf FIRE AT PATRSON. London. Dec. 18 court todav decided aw. A DEGREE OF HONOR. Ogden insets every Tuesday night at WANTED, 7:29 o'clock, K. of P. hall. Visiting FOR SALE Cheap: one brand new lari ted. WANTED Dressmaking at 40 87th FOR RENT Double parlor. cl thsa safe, weight 3.000 pounds, inquire Neighbors Dues can bo paid at tho office of Ed. aiso single closet; strictly modern; 25th at. lu. St.; children's clothes a specialty. Auih the afternoon of tho 2Vlh of t rooms for gentlemen. 2u67 Watl Mrs. L. 11. Smith. Fhoue 358-month. First National Bank Bldg. 119 FOR SAIJ5 75 are. tomer Rock Plymouth SL'tUE ALD2N. 112 SITUATIONS a street ear baseball club uf the National league, announced tonight that club would A train In California pext spring. training trip to Los Angeles has been arranged. Manager McGraw, It was stated, would learn New York tomorrow for Los Angeles to arrange hotel accommodations for the teem. It Is planned to have the players assemble in Chicago on February 24, on which data tiv start for Los Angeles. during which time exhtibtlun games will be played probably with Oakland and Ban frandsos. Returning from Los Angeles the Giants will take tks Southern rout on March 28 and 24 will play the St In Ban Antonio. Uud depot; . 12-4-- lf r. New York, Dee. 18. Frederick Knpwels, secretary of the New York near KX1SHKD KUOAIS, niuilcru. 1 WANTED A chambermaid Denver House. housework, lu REAL ESTATE. EIGHT-ROO- WANTED Girl fur general housework. Mrs. P. Anderson, 452 28th. WAKTKD-Go- od FI FOR SALE Furnished rouin gtfUtltf- uiu u: AYE. ill bhld FOR WANTED Girl fsr work, 458 21st St. tions in 3 months; position guar free catalogue. auteed; Coyne Washington. Dec. 18. RepresentaTrade School, 4975 Easton Ave., St. tive Gains of Tennessee coined a pew Louis, Mo. word today in the house while correcting the record which was printed SITUATIONS WANTED, MALE. In last Friday's colloquy between himself and Mr. Underwood of Alabama WANTED Young man with High regarding the lncresme of members' School education, and some experisome tbe of of He alary. spoke ence In business, would like s pochanges as Interpolated pencllaneous sition. Care L, Standard. copy writing" on the stenographer's different a and said (hey gave wholly CLASS Japanem rook wishes construction of the controversy and FIRST wages 37 a week or up; sltnstion; rehe wished that Mr. Underwood's place no . objection. George B. marks be given as shown by the Klgakl, Ogden. Phone Bell 1063. stenographers notes and not as corrected by him. The members had a hearty laugh over, the word "pencllFIRED ON CARS. aneous, " hut generally appeared to coincide with Mr. Gaines on the brosd Soldiers Seek ts Avenge Themselves proposition that copy must not be on Conductor. remarks to from the differ as changed actually made. Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 18. Charges have been preferred by a conductor of ' TO TRAIN IN CALIFORNIA. 16. UKA.NT sitb 1300. 10. FURNISHED ROOMS. n.eti. WasMiigiOu, Dec. IS. The upreiuc court of tne I'miwd States continued ROBBER MORNING, DECEMBER FOR RENT The admiralty Paterson. X. J., Dec. 18. Fire that that the North At the mouth of the shaft, where in the Butler Opera House WilKaiser originated steamer iJoyd rr'iiniiinlcatlon has been maintained German that building and two was bUunatle alone destroyed today Groese h u-biirled miner for many days. helm der n , off Cheriourg, Nov- adjoining structures, causing loss of 'e faithful watchers are almost over-f'-tu-e for the col'IsP-The heaviest Wur Is Herember 21 . between that vessel and the 8350,two. liy he stench of the dead bodies, The stilt bert Kings!and, owner of the opera Orinoco. stesmer British 'm,h have begun to todecay. Added owner of the Orinoco house, and one of the adjoining buildtoe repeated wailings and brought by the be adjudicated later. ings destroyed. will tor damages II i m,toings of the man below, no LARGE NUGGET. apparently has at last tost cour-j?ADMIRAL DOUBASSOFF. Work along the whole length of r cauyon Is suspended today, and Melbourne, .Dec.' 18. Several big St Peteraburg. Dec. 18. On the oc"Jjn the Los Angeles office of the casion of nuggets were discovered recently tnune the celebration gold erf the ''Ison company 1 closed. Rescue near Tsrnagulla. and two were found Nicholas, Djcember Enroeror of rantun he effected before tomorrow' davDoultass.iff. weighing teepecilvrly 967 Admiral yesterday vice jq"'minx. 372 ounce, the largest sei-and la gabe will Moscow, of The rme artv Is tonight, work zetted general Australis in forty years. a full admiral. ? on loose dirt and decomposed L fAll. - WEDNESDAY CASE. IRRIGATION 4-- fur-lun- L EXAMINER, OGDEN, P FOR ABSENCE. Washington. Dec. 18. RepresentaIntroduced s tive tines of Tennes-e- e bill tedav providing that senators and shall hare 813.75 a day pay deducted from their salaries for each day they fail to attend sessions. The slckm-s- e of member or ID nes In their families are to be the only valid excuses. repn-aenietii- INCREASE STOCK. POTTERS' ASSOCIATION. Pittsburg, Dec. 18 At a meeting hero today of (he United States Potters' association, at which 100 plants, or 94 per 'cent of tluj entire pottery production of the couutry. was represented, prices were advanced for the cent on ensuing year from 10 to 20 nearly all classes of wares. pr WA8HBURN SUCCEEDS HOAR. Worcester, Maas., Dec. 18. Charles elected Portland. Me., Dec. 1. Stockholders 0. Washburn. Republican, wa for the in eoneres of the Amarkan; Smelting and Refin- reuresetitati fi the t a fancy s special meeting here Third din rid. 10 ing causrd by the devil) of Ruckwood to intoday, 'tnieii by 32.955 shv-crease the authorised capital stork of Hoar. - e VETERINARY SURGEON. City, Bebekah Lodge Na 4. Meets second and D. Pi MILLIKEN, graduate veterinary fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fallows surgeon. Calls answered night or Hall, Twenty-fourtatreat. Visiting dav. Office, Ogdon Feed and Bala members Invited. Stable, 2219 Wash. Ave. Both ESTHER RANDALL, Noble Grand, phones; night phone 455K. M4f MISS LOLA WOODBEKRY. 8eey. Queen L O. O. F. ball. h WINDOW CLEANING. UTAH window and house cleaning janitor and porter work. Fam Pols no Ca Bel, 3038K. OQce 414 25th St Junction city Lodge Na 26, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, meets In I. O. O. F. hall every Thnnday evening Visiting brothers cordially invited to be present JAMES BUNE, X. G. WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. FRATERNAL DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS, LEEOTAH COUNCIL Na 8, D. of P, meets every Wednesday evening et 8 o'clock. Eagle HalL Dose can be Safari and beat, insures men for Susie Aides, CL of W, 112 paid one, two or three thousand dollar. fcCth 8t. Mountain Council, No, t27, Rocky MAMIE J. FLANZ, Pocahontas. meets second f fourth Friday avea-iug- a ALICE COLLINS, K. ef R. at A. O. V. W. bail, 'ovor How-os store. Visiting brothers coidiat.'y ROYAL ARCANUM. u . a-i- il Invited. FRANK rOL'IJER. Regant! J. W. WOTHEHSPCOi. Collector. G. It. KOBEHT'd, Secretary. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. Ogdtn Lodge, Xo. Sri, T. F. B., meets second end fourth Tuesdays at 8 p. ra.. in A. O. U. W. hall. Visiting members cordluily invited. D H. (l'AMR. ID BECKBR. Secretary. E. F. MISCH, Treasurer. RATHBONE SISTERSw Meet every Saturday afternoon at 2:10 la Pythian ball Utah National Bank building Sojourning slaters cor- dially invited to attend. MRS. NELLIE FRYER, M. E. MRS. ISABEL ard C. WYANT, CL M. of R. WANT AD8 YIELD' BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULT .