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2 T1IE KID MOr.N'lXQ EXAMINER: OGDEN, TUESDAY, UTAH, mt FORT DOUGLAS. Drnit War Department Engineer Sant to Plan improvements la Withdrawn, ftw Itiri Hit BUtSWELLS Jtore, Jewelry ticket given with each oh Ou dollar fiKluo. ladys solid carat sold catch. 15 Jewel 14 mwe-snan- excellent Una at and JEWELRY, SILVERWARE and plated ware, for daintiness. Wo sivL yon money on every purchase. Sc, oar DIAMONDS IK FIXING Twsnty-faurt- Street h CHRISTMAS." UR FOR Dont hide wall paper defects with eTarsrseiis or some other Uni jt grease cov ef your walls with paper that wilt look pretty until next Christmas. To pet that sort at cheering prices set tt at Belt Lake, Dee. 11 Aa army officer and an engineer representing the war department, who came to Salt Lake In connection with the proposed expenditures for Improvements at the military port of Part Douglas. have t the city suddenly and without explanak-f- tion. In the opinion of officers at the fort, this step means that tha improvement have been abandoned and that the appropriation recommended for the purpose baa been diverted elsewhere. It le stated further at Fort Douglas that the pest la not in favor in the highest circles at Washington; that Instead of beoumlng one of the principal pots of the west. Fort Douglas U to be left precisely as U is, with the prospect of being wiped off the military map entirely unleea strong Influences are brought to hear promptly to give the post proper recognition and support at the hands of congress. It will he remembered that aunie time ago tha war department recommended to congres, the appropriation of n considerable sum of money for the Improvement and rehabilitation of Fort Douglas, dome two or throe weeks ago on officer representing tha department arrived at the fort with an auglneer, and tha hopes of officers and men ran high. Tha officer was-tlook after the eserutlve eud of the expenditure, and upon the engineer devolved the tank of planning the Improvements. The ground wan looked over, plana drawn and estimates made. Officer shock lianda with each other aud dtlaeas congratulated themselves. Fort Douglas was at Inal to come Into Its own, it was thought. Then with little or no warning, the representatives of the government were withdrawn, no further menthol was made of plena or possibilities, and today thing are precisely in the same shape they were a month ago, or if aaylhlng, a little worse. t GRIFFIN PAINT CO. Both Phones. 1211 Weak. CHICKEN START PLACER RUSH. Nuggets Feund In Craws of Poultry Dreeeed for the Chrlstmae Feast Ely, Dec. 30. Chicken have don some successful prospecting in the vi- cinity of Ely. Valuable nuggets were taken from the craws of some of the poultry dressed for the Chriatmaa feast a, and the result has been a rush for placer ground. In addition to this, workmen employed In ditches of the Kly City water system have found fine apeclmena of gold quarts at the depth of four feet, and this has strengthened the belief that placer gold la paying quantities ran be taken from the gravel under the aurfacs soil of Sleptuu valley. John Stemper, the butrher. while cleaning poultry for tha Christmas trade, found two nuggets about tha alia of beans. Another nuxget valued at fS was found by D. Mahoney of tha Pkmoas restaurant q the craw of a CHRISTMAS PRESENTS rooster which he had bought young OALORE. of Mr. (Kemper. Tha discovery mada because of their Infinite Tarlety and (ha reatauraut man very anxious jo superb artistic beauty in deooratod iliacover name the person from china and cot glsaa, arc found mors whom thethebutcher of bought the chicken. and better pleasins npprerlaied sifts Mr. (Item per said that according to hla than any others. At Olaen'i yon hare recollection the rooster was one of n an extremely large stork to select number of chickens which he bad pur from, ranging from dinner, tee, lunch chased 'from J. 11. Big and bneakfaat nets to fancy and orna- Sim." These chickens Bimpaon. ran In the yard mental creations that ara always n on High source of toy and beauty. In cut glass of the Simpson residence street and on the Mill back of the we her n fine Hue of useful thing. honae, Tha other chickens from which nuggets were taken were bought from Sleptoe ranchers. Tha workmen employed In d'gging 2259 Washington Ave. the water ditch for Ely City, south of the townslte, have found fine rpeci-men- a of gold quarts at a depth of four feet. Among the workmen emulnye.1 In the ditch were two experienced miners. Black and Roy, and they at onea saw the value of the rock, and reported the matter to Superintendent tieorge Annaad. Mr. Annand la of She opinion that the gold quarts was washed from the neighboring hill. E. A. Olsen, Grocer, .r.. - . ACCUSED OF MANSLAUGHTER. Salt Lake, Dec. 31. Ollle Bi evens, a wanted for manslaughter In lkmlder, Mont., was arreated in Mur ray late, last night and brought to Balt Lake by Deputy Sheriff I. C. Sharp. She will be held here to await the arrival of the sheriff from Montana. The rrinie with which ahe la rhnrg-eIs In connection a criminal operation performed In Boulder last summer on a young woman. The victim was brought to Salt Lake for fur ther treatment and died at the Holy (Toss hospital In this city. At the time there was considerable doubt aa to who performed the operation, but Sheriff Emery was Informed yesterday that the Montana authorities bad evidence connecting 01 lie Steve with the crime. Deputy Sheriff Sharp waa sent to Msuss, Murray and, with Marshall took the woman tn custody. She said that her home waa In Sandy an 1 that her mother waa conk at the Morris home in this city. woman d PMimir sroidiNG GOODS COMPANY Wholesale and Retail SPORTING GOODS. Jobbers ef EDISON PHONOAND GRAPHS RECORDS, Clark.Honeeks' Fishing Tackle, Stall and Daan Athletic Goods. Phonographs Sold on Easy S51 24th St. Terms, POLICE RAID BARBER SHOP. - the character oC the transfer eerrico we supply our patrons. Prompt, rsllabla and at low coat, any time you any well ha on your Job and handle It expeditiously and welL ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Phone 22 for yours. places opea. They ail reported that none of the saloonkeepers haj tried to serve any drinks. Thirsty individuals wandered everyA marked where about the streets. effect of the Sunday closing was tba decrease lu drunkenness. From 7 yesterday morning until midnight hut onF drunk was arrested anJ be has not yet become sufficiently aoliered up to tell where he secured the Intoxicants. ELECTRIC ORE HAULAGE. Salt Lake, Dec. 31. An electric railroad for the hauling of ore from tba mince that are quite a distance from the railroad la the latest Improvement planned for the Tintic district, says the Eureka Rejiortt-r-. a Only recently gentleman who ia familiar with this kind of an enterprise was sent here to look over the ground and see if the hualueaa would be sufficient to justify the building of a Hue of this kind aud the report which he turned in was highly satisThe course of the proponed factory. line ia around the mountain from the Berk Tunnel to Eureka, which would make it poeeRile to handle the output of all of ihe mines la that pan of the district. If the new smelter la built, and there is every to believe that it will be, uch a line will be a necessity, an the men who are hark of this propnaition would prefer not to be dependent upon the railroad companies for the switching of ora from the mines here. 0 It would not tie a very expensive matter to put lu an electrte road to Tintic for the reason that unlimited e jiower could be secured from the Power company, which according to all report ia interested in the new road. true Tel-inrld- WHOLL SUCCEED MULVEYf Councilman Davie and Black Have Only Heard ef Attorney White. Salt Lake, Dec. 31. Bo far there ia only one applicant for Mr, Mulreya place, which will he vacant after tonight owing to hla resignation. Mr. Mulrey being n very heavy man It will be a hard matter to find a member of tha party of the same weight to Dll hla place. The only person spoken of aa a successor ao far la Attorney W. R. White, who waa a candidate for county attorney at the American convention last fall. but. who failed to land the nomination. Mr. White la also a very large man. but whether or not he will do" la another matter. The two eminrlltnen from the Fifth ward who will choose Mr. Mulvey'a successor are President A. J. Davis and T. R. Black. When seen today both of them said that they had Hot given the matter any consideration at all, and Mr. Davla slated that only one name had been suggested to him for the place, and that no action would he taken tonight to fill the vacancy. There ia plenty of time then for the pie hunters to pull wires fur the position, and It la expected that some of the faithful will get busy without fur ther delay. The result at this writing 1 very lunch In doubt and the public ia awaiting breathlessly for tha newa of the appointment. Tha resignation of Mr. Mulvey la now in the hands of Mayor Thompson and will be submitted to the city council tonight. Mr. Mulvey says he will give a full explanation rot hla action before the council, and it is expected that be will tell a few things that will not aund very pleasant to the great American administration. Mr. Mulvey snys that ha has stood for a number of things from the administration for the aake of harmony, and that he could not stand it any longer and could not agree with the administration policy. He will no doubt have something very Interesting to aay when he Is given the floor of the council nn a question of personal privilege. When Mr. Mulvey retires from the council tonight he will retire from the American party and from politics altogether, he aaya. ELDORADO HAVE In fr -- at midnight. One of the bartend-the Wilson r marked It waa hH first day off for several years. Chief Sheets detailed several poncer - e Salt Lake. Dec. SI. W. P. Read, who has for the last seventeen years fllled the posit inn of general superintendent of the street railway service of the various companies, which have beta operated In this city during the above term of years, has resigned, hla resignation taking effect tuiay, and he will devote himself to business affair elsewhere. Mr. Read has been a faithful and hard working official aid has given what may be the heat years of hla life to street railway service lu this city, and hla many friends and former business associates wish him the beat nf good fortune in whatever field of activity he may be called. PERJURY CHARGES. Nsvada Railroad Man Arc to Face tha Music Bhertly. The Reno Evening Gazette aaya: When Judge Murphy decided in favor of the plaintiff In the case of the state of Nevada va. the ('arson A Colorado railroad company at Hawthorne Inst Friday, Attorney C. E. Mack of this city naked that Judge Murphy n grand jury to Investigate the reports made by Alonso Tripp, formerly president f the Tnnopnh railroad; J. F. Hadden, general superintendent of the Ton op ah railroad company, and J. W. Wllllcut of the Caruuu A Colorado railroad, stating that these three men had sworn falsely In swearing to the statements rendered by them to Esmeralda county ns the true valuation of railroad they represented In that county. He also stated1 to Judge Alurphy that charges would be brought against the three men when the grand Jnry waa empaneled and that n thorough iaveatigailun should be onlered. Judge Murphy stated that he would soon retire from office, and for that reason refusal to empanel tha grand jury. Judge Mack aaya. however, that as soon aa Judge Landon tukee office he will again appear for Esmeralda county and ask that a grand jury be empaneled and that the reports made by Tripp, Hedden A Wllllcut be investigated. ' under consideration This is the latest dctplopmenr in a niyiert.m theft of a check from Olsen early Christina morning In which a mulatto woman la CnW. . lieutenant Emil Jnnoff, who fortress executed at Bveaborg, wax in August for participation in tha mutiny, was a member of the organisa, tion. The propaganda lu the army and navy la now tha chief work of the majority faction of the Social Democrats which, after the civilian Insurrections of last winter had been crushed by military forces, decided that the government eouid only be overthrown by subverting the army. The minority faction, which la now numerically stronger than the majority faction, has foresworn vengeance and had adopted resolutions lu favor of purely political activity as in Germany. The two factions now are vie tually independent WHEN THE BELLS RING OUT THE PEOPLE WERE ARRESTED CLEANING WINDOWS. OLD FOR Courts Are Called Upon to Decide What la Unnecessary Work. JAR NEW YORK WILL BE GAY WITH PLEASURE SEEKERS. Trinity Chimes Ara to Record the Passing of Tima Elaetrlcal Display at tha Aster. New York, Dec. 31. Elaborate arrangement for the entertainments of the thousands of persona who will bid farewell to the old year and welcome the advent of 1907 with feasting and drinking are being made by the proprietors of the various large hotels and restaurants. In practically every ono of New York's many popular hotels and cafes all the tables have been reserved for many days and a large number of interesting dinner parties will take place within their walla this even- en showering favors oq the crowd from a cornucopia which she will hold in her hand. Trinity church's chimes will ring in 1907 as they have dona for ao many other years and the street of the lower city, deserted for 304 night out of 3C5, will see the annual throng about the old church as midnight draws near. In manv churches the pious will await and greet with religious reverence the birth of another year and in some there will be special services BURIAL ng ings. Among The tf.lngs left undone wa the cleaning ef- - the streets In the busln-- s Philadelphia, Dec. 8, With service aa simple aa the rites of the Protestant Episcopal church would permit, the remains of Alexander J. Cassatt, president of the Pennsylvania Railroad company, were today laid at rest In the graveyard of the Church of the Redeemer at Bryn Mawr. Following out the desire of the great railroad president and of hla widow, only a small number of relatives and friends wars present at the grave. There were no pall hearers and by expressed wish of Mrs. Cassatt, the floral offerings were confined to a few laid on the casket hy the tinmediate members of deceased's family. rail-mu'3- !. s H-- V. f.,-t- Willie Hoppe the Beat Billiard Player. Keene's Homes Woo 1154,000 at Your Account Cannot G 6 Races. We Use Wrong. this System. I New York, Dec. 31. Martin Sheridan uf the Irish American Athletic ciub bolds the palm as tha greatest athlete of the year 19ud. Ha established an record t 6 Aud points, a mark that will probably stand for many years. Besides this, Slierldsu broke the world's victory for the American tram at the Olympic games in Athene. It la true that T. F. K:ely won the American championBiup at Boston, but Sheridan did u4 compete and Kielys form was below Sheridan's Without taking into consideration the records, nearly all of which were alternately smashed by C. M. Daniels of the New York A. C. and H. J. Heady of Chicago, thirteen American atulviic records were broken. Daniels and Handy divided between them about forty records. In pugilistic-athleticircles there waa really little accomplished in the year 1997. Abe Attell successfully defended his title. Honey Mellody became the welterweight champion end Jog Gans won a great fight from Battling Nelson on a foul in tha 4dd round of their battle at Goldfield. All of the other fights were what might affairs. be called second-clas- s In yachting tha greatest feat was that of the 63 foot sloop Effort, which won the King! cup off Newport on August tth. Th beat time of th year was made by the Queen when she established a record for her class over the America's cup course off Bandy Hook by covering the triangle in three hours 19 minute and 61 seconds. Yale won the football laurels for ihe year, though old Ell waa not able to score against Princeton. Of the eastern universities, Yale teams carried off th greatest number of championships, though very hard pressed by Pennsylvania. Yale won four outright and tied for a fifth. Pennsylvania was first in three championships and tied with other universities In two sport a. Morris Wood stands out aa the amateur skater of the year. In baseball the sensational work of tha Chicago White Box was the feature of the season of 1906. During the racing season of nearly eight months f3.000.0U0 waa spltt up among horsemen by the various racing associations in this state. James R. Keane's horses bead tha winning Hat with 1168.000 to their credit Four great horsea 'Roaeben, Burgomaster and Accountant showed remarkable speed and won n large number of races, bnt none could compart In ability to Bysonby, the peerless king of 195, that died early 900MH d Pickett Grocery Co. all-rou- BOTH PHONES 177 2344 Washington A vacua. - c spring. Sweet Marie, bay mare, by McKinney, lowered the race record for the two best heats trotted in a race. Her She time wa 2:04 4 and 2:03 also trotted the fastest mile of th year, 2:02, In an exhibition against time. Dan Patch paced a mile In 1:66, paced hy a runner in front and behind a wind shield. B. M. Byers of Pittsburg won the amateur gplf championship of America; William J, Clothier won the lawn tennis championship; P. D. Houghton of Bos too waa the premier racquet player, and Jay Gould won the court tennis championship. In billiards Willie Hoppe atanda out as the best player the year has produced.' 3-- - Moat disfiguring akin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to Impure blond. Burdock Blood Bitten is a cleansing blood tonic. Makea clearbralaed, clear you cleareyed, skinned. WEVE BUSTED f HE IDEA good at lt claas class prices. that you can't get store at a Znd-hau- d 3rd We pick up anana and give buyers bargains with no bad debts or high expense added. THE JUMBLE. Phones 1144. 2300 Washington. Buys, Sells or Trades Anything. here Is the Place where you get Just what you want in tha Grocery Line, We have received 4 shipment of the best grade of Holland Herring in small kegs and also tha kind that sella loose. Wa also have select White Fish, Finnan. Had-dieKippered and Smoked Salmon and Salt Mackerel. BOTH PHONES 236. s, . T. B. Evans & Co. v . GROCERS 2364 WASHINGTON Bush A AVE. Barfs Pianos. Newman Brea. Organa. IL C. WARDLEIGH I PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE MILLIONS FOR THE Gaiters, Accwdeone, Banjos, Strings. Latest Publications of 8het Music. Bee the Wonderful Pipe Organ. Violins, HOLDERS OF 2174 Washington Avenua, OGDEN, UATH. DIVIDENDS TO BE DISTRIBUTED AGGREGATE $200,000,000. t Most Prosperous Period in the History of Commerce In the United. OF CASSATT. Services Were Simple and Attended by Only a Few peraona. Register THE GREATATHLETE. SHERIDAN ALL-ROUN-D States, and water front During the forenoon hours a anady This is always a Sunday Job. trenni of friends and business associbucanso of t'i crowded condltlot s t ate called to pay their respects to the streets tlnugh the week. Sup- the dead. erintendent tnnmtiig refused to perThe services at the house were atmit hfs men 1. he liable to prosecutended by 300 persona. Including betion. sides the relatives, all the directors f the Pennsylvania railroad, all the STREET CAR ACCIDENT. gem -- a! officers of the company and EfflU.it.'d lines east and west of Pltts-brr-e Cincinnati, l ee. 31-.- Fred t:,r,a and men prominent In the finanwho wa Injured In yesterday's turret cial wvrlj and management of car accident. :ed last night, making the second dci-h- . 8everal other in The service were conducted by n a critical rnnd:-Mothe !l'v. lir. W. C. Richardson, rector jurrd peror-- ?. "f St. James church. The remains were then taken to Brya Mawr. a SOCIAL DEMOCRATS ARRESTED. ririv,. of ten miles. The services at Kiev. Russia. Dec. 31. The local the ersco were conducted by the - ,T.;ll!CS pommtitee ri he Social lien"T.T. Houghton. men, were arrested ! A lvay rain fell throughout the consisting f heie today. d.iy. market, MARTIN EST 3-- with music. Boston, Dec. ill. As conseq.iPtic of District Attorney Morans criticism f the police enforcement of the Sunday laws, police Commission r O' Mesra gave orders that the laws, blur a they might ba, should b enforced yesterday. The police cited every person into con r; whom they caught doing any work, the Idea being to let the c'nirls decide what Is neresssry work. Coneeqiii ntly hundreds of persona will be up la court today. Some of the things for which of-- f Aiders wore e:ed follow: Moving thea riral scenery, moving trunk and huegage. conducting fruit stands, iteve-i-rinand other work win along the water front, wa-hdows and sidewalks, cleaning build- McCasky Accounting YEAR th'a ing. At the Aator. the advent of the New Year will he marked by the notable spectacle. By a system of electric lighting, an effect will ba produced whereby 1906 will disappear in total darkness and 19u will come on the scene in the guise of a beautiful maid- A PURITANICAL THE.- .- 81-vider- e, m-n- This Nsvada Section. Searchlight, Nev., Dee. canyon Is making history. From Nob Hill to tha river, a distance of sixteen miles, a number of mines are developing and producing rich nrca. This district, one of Ihe mot favored in Xnvada. has produced upward of and the mines have not 115.(1(10,0(10. town scratched. The Immense ore bodies In the canyon are the wonder of all who visit this section, and geologists who have examined the mines state that without a doubt Eldorado canyon will be the Idggest producer in Nevada in the year tn come. Among the producing properties are the Techatlcup. Wall Street. Black Hawk. Venus. Buster. Mocking Bird, and Silver Quaker Olt, Sliver Sphinx mines. The Techatlcup has produced upwards of three millions with the most primitive met hods under the moat adverse condition. The Wall Street. Mocking Bird end Silver legion have also produced large amounts Yet the mines have not begun to give up their tinmen' stores or wealth ao carefully concealed by nature. Among (he new companies to enter this district ate: Mining The Eldorado company of New York and Eldorado canvon. This company has secured the'Phlladelphla group, consisting of five full claims, adjoining the richest producers in this section The property Is under tin1 control of .lames F. Wisher of New York tlty. The Hon dii.u group, consisting r ihe Honolulu, Kobe. Nagasaki and Manila lode min.ng claim, have been purchased hv the Honolulu Eldorado Mining company aud have commenced development work under the management f James X. Hall of SMrrhllght. Do Your Trading Where PAST FOR ut Many Nsw Oenes Bslng. Brought to Front II BEEN MADE charged by OUen with the offense. The cheek waa cu an Ogden bank and called for 1314. It la now claimed that the check waa euduraed but tha the the bsak officials al Ogden claim TRAITOR DISCLOSES THE NAMES endorse m tni of Olsen a name was a OP THE REVOLUTIONISTS. in tha now forgery and the check ia ban, la of the Nation 1 Bank of the Republic of this ctiy. According to aa affidavit made by Leaders of Military Organisation Havo Olseu before Deputy Sheriff Parley Bean Hunted Down by the Polico. White, It ia contended that Olsen went to Assistant City Attorney Duly lu resee about a prosecution and the covery of the check, ami that the lat8c. Petersburg. Dec. 31. Actiug on ter told him that it would coat him information furnished by a traitor, the In this 1(k to get the check hark. the Lot few days, manner Mr. Daly ia Implicated by polico, during captured over a hundred leaders and Olsen and be now propneea to proae-rutmember of the St. Petersburg miliOlaeu for perjury, aa he declares organisation of the apeial demothat Olaea perjured himself when ha tary crat who war carrying on a propaused Italys name ia connection with ganda among ihe army and navy. the matter. Among thtaw taken into custody was the editor of a secretly published paWOMAN UNDER ARREST. per entitled the Barracks, twenty-fiv-e soldier and several women. The a Charged With Having Committed also arrested many police Grave Crime in Montana. of an important group of Terroristic Social Kevulmionlists anil captured, Salt Iake, Dec. 81. Deputy Sheriff tn report, a list of twenty-seve- n Joe Sharp and Marshal Mauas of Mur- according officials who had been senhigh ray last night arrested Ollle Stevens tenced to death. Finally It is assertlu that city and brought her to the ed tiiat the police accidentally obtaincounty jail to await tiie arrival of off- ed information which frustrated a plot icers from Boulder, Moot., where she la to blow up a number if persons at a wanted upon the charge of manslaughconference which waa to be held in the ter. The authorities at Boulder claim near future. to have evidence against the woman The recent arrests of members of connecting her whh a criminal oper- the military organizatloa, which was woman a ation performed upon young and responsible lor ue 8vee.borg in that place last summer resulting lu Cronstadt outbreaks and the mutinies to a her death after she waa brought ob board warships of the Baltic hospital in Salt Lako for further treat- Squadron In August, have been reThe woman claims that her ment, from various place In the inhome it in Sandy, and that her mother ported Moscow, to which terior, notably is employed aa conk at the Morris city the central atcommittee was transhome in this chy. The officers from after the police had twice brokMontana will probably arrive in the ferred en up the headquarters at Vilna. Six city today or tomorrow to taka the officers, including Col. Klopoff, who woman back to Boulder for trial. had distinguished themselves in their respective services, were . captured W. P. READ RESIGNS. while holding a conference xt Mow CANYON MINES. Salt Lake, Dec. 31 Dry" Sunday waa productive of four arrests for allege.! Infractions of tlu- new Sunday closing order. The barber shop at 23') State street was rubied yesterday afand ternoon by Patrolman Shnltie Kelley. A. Sealleu and (Burge Wade, barium, ware arreated for selling liquor on Sunday. Walter- Wright, and Thomas Burdell, who were found In the place at the time of the raid, were held as witnesses and aundry ImUles of beer and whiskey sere confiscated by the police. The barber shop waa suspected of being a blind pig" and Officers Shultz? and Kelley were detailed in plain clothes to watch the place. They succeeded in gaining an entrance and after hec.imlng sh rinded that liquor waa being sold, blocked each entrance and placed the occupants tinder arrest. THEFT OF A CHECK. The alleged bootleggers won taken to the station and Seallen was afterwards released on 150 bail. Attorneys Oaly and Newton Accused Of The lid waa screwed down tightly Peculiar" Actions. yesterday so far aa known to th- poa saloon In and not Balt Lake Salt Iji'ko, Dee. 31. Asuntan' City lice, made any attempt tn violate the law. Attorney P. J. Daly ih!s morning The example set the other liquor called at the office of County Attorney dealers by the suspension of tie? li- Christensen and asked that a comcense of the Whl'e House bur probabl- plaint be Issued against Peter Olsen y had its effect nn the other charging him with perjury aud the and none or them opnet until county attorney now has the matter - to in plain ckukes to watch the difan ferent and see that no ba was 1007. They Employ From Correspondents and State Exchanges M 1, ARREST MANY SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS meg JANUARY New York. Dec. 31. There will be distributed during (he first month of the new year in New York city inter eat and dividends aggregating over 8200.000.000. This is the largest sum that will ever have been paid but to stock and bond holders in tha history of Wall street and marks the end of one of the most prosperous years In the history of the country. While the first half of 1906 was notable for increased or extra dividends, resumption of dividends or beginning of dividends, the second half of the year was even more conspicuous in thesd respects Conservatism has been the rule In moat of the dividend increases. In the majority of cases the Increase have been within the large surplus shown after the payment of fixed charges. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY BROMO Quinine LAXATIVE Tablets Druggists refund money if It falls to cure. E. W. GROVES signature on .each box. 25c. Take MOTION IS DENIED. Ban Francisco, Dec. 31. Preail'iig Judge Graham today denied the motion. made on behaif of Mayor Schmits tc withdraw from Judge Dunne's court the cases now pending there on tbs Indictments brought by the grand Jury and to reassign them to another department In denying the mcon Judge Graham said that he could not transfer the cases unless he had the written consent of Judge Dunne to such action. Second Hand Stores The JUMBLE buya, sells or exchanges any eld thing" ("bluea" excepted) and most new once. 2300 Was(h Hello, 1144 SECOND-HANSTORE. NEVADA Wo buy and sell all kinds ef new and escend-han- d goods. Call r phens Wsekar A Haynes, Prepay 149 25th St, Phens, Ind. 42L PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, taaand-Han- d Store, If you have anything to sell or buy 1870 to 1474 Wash. Avay cat) or phens Ball 666-k- . Ind, 674. B. A. DENKER4 Will pay the Kghast prlca for secondhand furniture and sell to tha publia tha cheapest. 2414 Grant Ave. Beil Ind. 920. Phene 617-- & J. HERRICK A CO, Successors to H. L. Whltit Bring your goode here If yew want to sail them. Call tare If you want buy. 2342 Wash Ave. Bell Phene II Ay. Ind. 407.