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EXAMINER: fUE HOUSING oooooooocooooocr o o o o o o o SA1.T LAKE AND FOR VOl'R COLD. GCOO ! in A unit'd . and lua troi.bli-- shu e s ria.ii fi" cnuuiujj-tivot In l ht puf Maine, and ah- uiirarintl I lifi.' iiitif curt apM-lsli- o IL..; wurld Oil ,,juiv of ilic of Fine uiuwd silk uuc-tain pint of gno-- i Whlrky. utfd VUI Iniopuoufui doses t vr ud auvuipioeii bourn, ill ihe !ims. lirckL up a cokl o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o uue-liS- tarBii-f.'ii- W. O. Hickman Adjudged name and Taken to State Hoepital. I and cure curaltie. The he secured d prescription pn neripnon h! O depariu.mi of a leading mforllia- - O diuggisl elu ileJ Hie Una that the Pure VVrjmi OH O O O O O O O O of Pine U put up in Each vial TUI fur diseasing. acaled ill a round ia hair-ounc- e iiL euaraied r.Kd.ii cac. a rapper, shoeing till'- lialile f Piiu- iPurei (ill v;rg:u Food anil guaranteed under I lit Drum, Acl of June S'"li. Hwti, .rla number ul, liv ljo.ii ('iuciniiiiii. .1. 4 Oi. O Cln-nilra- l Ohm--plaiprim- e. Hit ', on. dull I hi rheujier Oil are anl.l In hulk, hut tliee o o o male o the naire-s- . and reMili O piepaied l clf.-i'- O O O O O O . o ooooooooooooooo IOWA MILITIA CALLED OUT. Rubber! Bank An Protecting The Against Mob Lam. Dilrajcu, March 12 - from A UimmucIi a): militia Msiiriieicrt luaa, lulled nut bank robliera arreled fur blowluc up the bank atr. Maaoaville, March Hill, from mob and flberjff John Heuuwvy baa naked the governor for more aid. Company 1) 1 now on guard oriili to ahoot. The art ion followed th ousting of the grand Jury today, uliluh wa deand which, thortifore, clared cannot Indict the men held. Angry uiDxeiiS anon formed a mob and are bent on lynching the men. Tim araie early today to guanl (a viu-Irnc- Mla-soiir- ilk-gs- STEAM SHOVEL Canal. Panama, Marrh IS, Hiram shovel men employed on the canal bae demanded Increased pay and a withdrawal of tba rulea regarding the of vacation time. The rblef engineer refused the demand and as a eoiuequenea a euminltiee of the men haa been named to g- to Washington to bring tha question at Issua before President Roosevelt. CASAMIER PERIER DEAD. Parle. March It. Caaamlr Perler, of Prance, died today. of diiaatiafactfcn by cntruitlug ua with your bundles whenever la need of laundry work. Tha mauner la hick wa turn out ouP work ought to delight the moat faktldloua, while our priors are aa low aa any other rstsbllshucuL We await laundry your orders. Ogden Steam Laundry UI UU Ut New la the time to order your SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS Our good arc now in imd would he pleased lo have you call in to see them. We aio do repairing, cleaning and presrlng J. E. BOLSTAD 2th 313 at. First MEN. They Make Complaint on the Isthmian 1T1 UTAH COPPER Phone 30S-K- . Section is Ready to ba Placed In Commission, SJJOO-To- n The Drat section of the I'lah Copper Co. great couceutratlng mill at (iarfleld to have a total eapac!; for tivattng tl, Dim tuna of or dally, la coni-I'lcte- d amt the company la only (.waiting aaauranrr from the railroad ihut It can keep tilt Mellon nuppllril with ore to plurr it la enmniiaclon. The work of trying out the niarbtueiy haa been going on for a week or more and the plant la a Id to be In good running order. Work nn tha aeeoud Hcrliau la pmgrrMdug rapidly and It wtli lie In readlueaa perhaps by the time the flrat division gel down lu real huainesa. The ooniplctloa of this plant, together with the almllar one being built ut UarQcId by tho Boston company, and the Aiuerirau Suieltlug S KuBiiing rumpany big new amelter at tho same point, not only means a new era of production for tha two Mg Bingham companies, but the building up al (iarlleld of one of the greatest ore milling renters In I ha world. Aa army of men ! already employed at the aeveial work end the nniuurr will be greatly Increased when they nr in full operation. An Idea of the magnitude of the firm of these plants to be completed uiay bo gained from the following dcacrlpthin: The total area covered by tha main building and ora bins is approximately seven acres : the total floor space In tho main oulldiug being someth lng over eight acres. The total area covered by r HW INI? h.- Z.ii.-n- cv mmrranj.-tmtrntfatmt- . Irt Ui4S.B !!. frrtl lebU IIBllB IN AtL coUNTRIKt. U'urifimftom . t Him hint tnt lfrlr(Mt Fncllct Ediiv!y. " f or JWIM luMM Wwa wm. r iw KM mm sa M WaSHINOTON, O. 0. flegi-billi- lll-n- c COURT NOTES. today granted Elixaheth S. Till-ye- r a divorce from Hubert Till..er on tiie ground of They were married at Hun Diego. Cal.. Nov. IkiiS. and since Jan. 1. defendant haa failed to support plaintiff. Suit was filed in the DlHtrict court today by Julia WeNh against F. H. Holrheluier to recover the tutal aunt of F414.4I alleged to be due as principal and interest on a Judgment rendered against the defendant before City Justice of the Peace J. B. Tlmntouy on May 21, lfekk. The amount of the Judgment at that time wa S22t:.2it. Suit for divorre haa Iwen filed in the District court by Caroline Jeanen against James Jexaeu on the ground f desertion and failure to support. They were married at Mantt on Sept. 2fi, lkkl, and ever a'nce their mat Huge It la alleged that dalendant h tailed (o support plaintiff. She alleg-- a that In 18M her hualmnd deserted hee and haa ever lnee refused to live with her. An acll-jfur divorre waa filed in the Ulatrlct court today by Camilla J. Hendrickson against Harold P. Hendrickson nn the ground of failure tn support. They were married in thla city on Dec. 20, liwk, and for more than a year past It la alleged lie hxi failed tu support hi wife, and la now Plalnllff aks for $4(1 in Ely, Nev. per month permanent alimony and tha rrutoratljn of Iter maiden uainc, Camilla J. NelUon. tlm'rZ w. .timr bnihhgfrgkwdkyqlm t. It;, O o A POINT. rope." I want to caution the district attorney, said Mr. Delmaa. 1 not'd no caution nor information from the counsel," rejoined Mr. J mine. "No. said Mr. Delma. and I am not willing tu undertake the arduous O task of imparling any information to the learned district attorney. Justice Fitxgerald here Interrupted to My that lie was ready to rule on the point at isua. Mr. Delmaa requested fifteen minute in order to consider with euunsel and the time was granted and a recess was ordered. After U' recess Mr. Delmas staled that subpoena were issued from the district attorney's office for witnesses first in (Mulicr, then In Xovrniber, hnd finally uu December 3rd. This fact, Mr. Deluias declared, showed that the district attorney could have Mr. Smith and had him here wrhen the trial opened. "That statement la traversed abso-- I lutely," broke in Mr. Jerome. Then on Him point wre are at iv ue," replied Mr. Jerome cited a number of auj thorities to support his contention c that there would be no error in Fitzgerald allowing the prosecu- tlnn to give evidence in aid nf the case already made. He spent nearly half an hour upon ' the and resumed hi argu-- ' nient, evi iiitially Concluding wrltb the request that as a matter of Justice he he allowed tn take the teatlmony of Stanford White's brother-in-law- . j Ho h snorted that aa a matter of rebuttal, if not direct evidence, Mr. Smith should b allowed to testify, a the state proposed to contradict Ihu contention of the defense and show that Thaw wa of sound, mind Ihe night he killed White. "Wc will g further," said Jerome, ''and show the elements in this case which go to make up murder in the first degree a defined by the stal-- ' q OOOOOOOOOOOOOO i sunt-m-me- d Jus-iwlc- Men's Furnishing Goods and No ions cf all kinds Fancy Cash Groceries s Jerome sat down and .Mr. to reply onre more, but had lurilly started' when Mr. Jerome interrupted to say that he did not know of the important convereallon Smith had had with Thaw upon the Madison Square Gordon until the former returned from Europe last month. ' I wa at dinner at Martin's recently." said Jerome, when a friend asked me why I did not call Smith. He told me of Sm.th'a conversation with Thaw and that was the first ! heard Mr. Wines and Liquors A MANNA cures permanently by dissolvand removing the uric acid from the system. ing CAR-OB- 1 Yea. Did you know who she was?" 1 have no personal knowledge of who ahe waa. 1 believe it waa Mr. Thaw's wife. Now please describe what you saw the defendant do and what you heard him say. Mr. Smith proceeded with some difficulty. as Mr. Delmaa objected almoat continuously. Thaw walked by me with hla party, apparently not recognizing me." Mr. Delmaa objected and the word apparently not recognising me" were stricken out. "Did he recognise you?" asked Jerome. Delma objected on the ground of immateriality and waa sustained. Did Thaw say anything to you? No." 50c and $1.00 At All Druggists grounds I have before slated." Delma evidently referred to the rule of evidence protecting Mrs. ' Thmw'a testimony. Jerome did nut care to argue the point and Justice FlugeraM sustained tha objection and Dr. Flint waa excused. Jerome had no other witnesses ready and the luncheon recess was ordered. Basle Follette, the chorus girl, was in tha corridor outside the ooun room when the afternoon session begau and evidently expected to he called aa a witness. She waa accompauied by a Mias Jackson, who waa a clerk in the studio at the time Evelyn Nesbit posed for the pictures which have been offered in evidence. Mias Jackson is expected to fix the date of the picture taking. James Clinch Smith was recalled. He repeated Ms statement of yesterday that he reached the roof garden the night of the tragedy at about 9:13 and seated himself upon the Madison Avenue atde of the hall. Did you see this defendant enter?" asked Mr. Jerome. I did " Where did ha come from? "He came from the elevator. "Waa he accompanied by any one whom you knew?" "I knew the two gentlemen, Mr. Me-- . Caleb and Mr. Beale." Waa there a lady with them? Who Owns the House That Shelters You it, or are you paying rent to au exacting landlord? , Wouldn't you rather be your own if it didn't font any more? Let me Bhow you i home. I'll find one thut FuitM you, and let you inuke your Do you own land-landlor- own terms. I have homett to nuit every fancy, anything from a miHlext little cottage to an elegant residence. Let me figure with you. 1 will consider it a pleasure to male your acquaintance, whether you buy now or not. i Geo. A. Horn Realty and Investments 4tH Floor First National Bank Bldg. "Nor look into your face? No." "Proceed,'' commanded the district attorney. Mr. Thaw was looking intently to the right" Delmaa objected to intently" and the word s aa stricken out. He was looking over his right shoulder. 1 followed him and his par' ty with my eyes until they reached their seats. Mr. Thaw put hla three people In their seats and walked bark of the seats and stood in the rear for about a minute." What did he do then?" He stood for a minute and looked over the heads of Delmaa objected that the answer waa not responsive and Jerome withdrew the question and answer. "Did you are In what direction hi rye were turned?" asked Jerome. He nai looking over the neada of the people, in this direction, pointing out the direction on a diagram which wa handed the witness. When he passed you did he apeak V Bell Phone 1316 tion and tha description of what Thaw did waa stricken out. Waa there any further conversation? asked Jerome. "Yee. Thaw asked me who had the seat next to mine. I said 1 did uoi know. He said they seemed to be good seats and asked if I would mind hla sitting down betide me. I eaid all right Thaw aot down and offered me a cigar. I aald, No, thank you.1 and he said. Hows that, don't you amoke at all? I said, I occasionally smoke cigarette.' He then took out me one. hla cigarette case and offered He struck a match and 111 my cigarette and hla cigar. He asked me how I liked the play and I aald I did not care for it very much. He said, 'It ia rather different from Yea." those usually seen on the roof garden,I what said and State all that he a relief 4o see it and rather ia it you aald." will be a success.' I said I it think Delmaa objected. He was overruled A few momenta later he doubted. and the witness proceeded. are you doing in WaU Mr. Thaw recognised me and said, What now. speculating? street any stopped and spoke. He said, that's 1 answered that 1 did not specufunnr, isn't it.' I asked him what he late in Wall street. He said he meant and he aald he could only get three seats upon tho roof. He said he had only an admission ticket for himself. I asked him what he Intended to do. and he said he would stroll about. Then he stood in front of me " looking at the audience Dclntss interrupted with an objee- - felicious! leFreshiivg!! Wholesome !!! TKe BEERijouJUfiB Del-ma- aroKC yes-Firs- t of it." f "Then you would the ease entirely." replied Delma. "to pm In I must newly discovered evidence. protest sga'r.st any such course." IVlmas rlfsed with a plea for the K ixuirt tn discretion in fa vnr nf the defendant, Justice Fi.rgeralJ said the evidence Mr. Smith had to offer was newly dls-- j covered and In the Interest of Justice should ! giien to the Jury. I over rule the objection." n ' i j j TOT only a pure beer, not only made right but made pressly to suit your taste. .thought there we a great chance k copper. He mentioned. A malgunaai and one other. He said. 'Biscl w very good; be could not sn wh; steel stocks were kept down, lb can pany waa doing a bigger buslnm tku ever. He said if ha had any mm ha would put it in steel and coppe. particularly copper.'. Then suddenly he said: Wkre are you going this summer? I tali him that I was going to Europs a Thursday. He wanted to knuw vk Ship I was going on and when I tak him he said, he did not like the ship He said he was going on lit Amerlka because he could get oa tha ship a large sulie of rooms whert k could have hla meals served Then he aald. Are you alone rtf here? I told him 1 had left my In Paris. He ald, Are you a r I asked klx much married man? what be meant. He aald, Ate J bo much married that you are nbae (Continued on Page Three.) SEEPS SEEPS 4 It has a finer flavor than any other beer, besides having more seal food value than any other, without being heavy or sticky. Q Let ns tell you why these things are true. 9 We book have a handsome little will interest that Mr. wsked that the examination of Mr. Smith be postponed ur.til after the luncheon recess to enable btm t c.i'd Police Dffircr Kdwar.i tin- ('and. This wa Howe granted. Howe snil that upon the night nf June ".Vh. lat. he was walking down Madison avenue when hp met Policeman Wright with Thaw In ciistody He nrconani,d them to the police atari "lit y i ti i minion, was ihe defert !an rational er irrational?" Mr. .lerrvti o f 'lie witness. asked Garden Seeds ! ex- ' that are sure to grow. All seeds sent out from this store are new stock. No old seeds left over. See us before you purchase. Write for it. Our line of Groceries is always nice aud fresh. See. us for Hay, Grain, Stock and Pqultry Food. eluded Tlicro id only cno t ,-' Bromo Quinine Laxative Bromo Quinine, SWA 11 Rational I dc-er- the 1 One package of Stock Food with every $2.50 you spend with us. - t- - Thai te ernstl-SiaOBrly sained rsnwdm foam. This flrst and eris'ssl Cel I TtM-- t ia a WlllTr. PACfcAWK With Mark sad ivd Irtirtiag, sad bears tb iBaturs sf her saw her here ia court." "Some time in lkt'3 did Jack Barrymore and Evelyn Xesbit go together to your office? Delmaa on all the objected, Yes. utes." i 155 25th Sheet saw- - ! in-la- j No." ! New York, March With the of the Thaw trial this morning. Mr. Delmaa. leading counsel for the defense, continued hla argument of yesterday as to (he admissibility of the teatlmony of James Clinch Smith, a brother of Stanford White, who wa absent from the country' when the prosecution put In ita case in chief again Hary K. Thun anil who was iniroiliicoil as a witness " r.lay afternoon by District A'torney Jerome to tel of certain mn vernal iosts be had with Thaw mion the MHdln Square n-gar,rn the night White was shot and killed. Mr. Delma rontciub'd that Mr. Smith should hare ben examined t lie the ginning of Ihe trial and could not testify nt this rime hs in rebuttal Mr. Jerome asked that the court exercise ira dtrri:nn in yirtti the Jury the benefit of testimony of a witness who a nut avR.lalde at The tint? the case wa no' for trial. Mr. Smith furiniilv was recalled to Contains no alcohol, opiates or other sedatives that only relieve temporarily. Thaw ?" You know who she D, you f0 Rheumatism, Lame Back and Kidney Troubles Jack Herryniore?" asked Jeronte. Weil, 1 dont exactly know him, replied the witness. "You know who he yon have seen himT 3ea." Do you know Evehn Nesbit here In REMEDY i 12. - rat in anger," replied Mr. Jerome, and the argument ended In a general laugh. Mr. Delmaa, however, precipitated further conflict with the district attorney by calllug attention to the fart that Mr. Jerome had ao definitely fixed the dstex of Smith's departure lur Eu- lr lck . JEROME GAINS New York, March O O counsel hod spent more than O two hours of the morning aaa-ion of tha Thaw trial In argu O nient today. Jut lie Eitxgarald O overruled Ibe objuctiou of tha O defense In the matter of nllow-Jerome lug District Attorney O to continue hla examination of O James C. Smith, a brother-ln-law of Stanford White. Sir. O Smith had a conversation with O Harry K. Thaw upon the Madi-mm Square roof garden Juat be-fore White wa killed. Mr. Je-rente aald thi conversation had O a vqry important bearing upon O ihe case and be had not learn-ed of the converaalliin until O Smith returned from Europe O last month, after the caae In O chief had closed, Mr. Delnia. for the defense. O O fought the Introduction of thla O testimony to the last, hut Jus-tire Fitxgerald ruled In the In-tcroM of Juat Ice it should he O admitted. O Taking of Mr. Smith's tcati-tunny waa postponed until aft-enuvin. Meanwhile Mr. Je-route called Dr. Carlton Flint, O tu whom Evelyn Neabil la sold O to have gone .n 1902 with Jack O. Barrymore, the actor. Mr. Del-uia objected'to Dr. Klinta tea-tiUKHiy upon the same grounds O that he line offered against oth-er evidence of collateral fart O tending to contradict young O Mra. Thaw's leallmony. O The iliMirlct attorney Meeminl O to anticipate the objection and O Mild he did not rare tu argue O the point. O Justice FI tiger Id sustained O the objection and Dr. Flint waa O at once excused, O J-- hn the lustier per." "I spoke more In sorrow than oooooooooooooo 0 Davia County Young Man Charged With Raising a Check. Wood Cron. March 11. Deputy Sheriff II. Hunnlngham hiought from Kly. Nevada, ltiir Wood iotiii:ht and locked him np in the coiiniy Jail to await arraignment on a rharce of nbtaining money under fale p reieu ,. The facta of young Wood' i.ndning caiyp to light only upon hla return to the county after hi flight, hla way. Ktisplrlun being Ahont ten days ago a cheek for WinkI wa (l.Mi In favnr of Jum-pmulled from Rrtgham I'lty and it fell Into the hand of Taae Wood. It I churged that voting Wood niised the cherk from ?2.rii to FJu jit n.l then cuhed it ar the store of lAmor.t Call in lloiiuMful. 1iain th chock being sent tn the National hank id Hrkhain City, tipi'tt which institution It wa drawn. tnc amount whs suspected and the leron who drew the cheek wa notified He announced that It had been tii!ii'tvd with and lannotii Call, the I'ennni who cashed the check, noilfleil tiie sheriff of Davis county. Deputy Burtnltigham nil at once art tu work on ihe caae. Knowing the habit of voting Wood. Iliirn'ine.ham went to Nevada, where he expected to find Wood. He liiund lil m there cooking 'n a .in runt Wood returned without opp-sin- g the Arm-Kircu- g (Continued from Page One.) y ht ob-lai- Salt Lake, March 12. Judge JEROME NOW TRYING TO SEND HARRY THAW TO ELECTRIC CHAIR. ISAAC WOOD ARRESTED. r-- 110X010 & COSPANY about town. Hla home wa at 233 West First South, and until the time of hla he wa a familiar figure In the Imalneaa district. He leaves a widow. PILES CURED IN C TO 14 DAYS. OINT.MICXT la guaranteed to cure any rase of Itching. Blind, Weeding of Protruding Piles in C to J4 days or money refunded, (oc. hop, aigument began id hr tleraal sleep "The old blind man." as he waa commonly known, Micrumbed to pneumonia yesterday at the age of 74 years. He was a native of Eiiglaud and lived lu Salt Lake more than a score of yeais. He wa an adept In the art of and sold hla ware making basket PAZO warehouses, yards, reservoir, etc., fa alMut ? acres. Tho niarhine xhop. with thoroughly equipped every moilern appliance, has a ground area of lOOxhfl ferL The carpeutri ehup, likewise equipped, an urea of 411x72 feet. The warehouse la building lUOxGJ fact. The mill la ao designed that each of the J.dOd loa aectluna I nude ep of tons rapaelty each, (in units of making 12 amh units In the tuilre plant. Bach one of these units I a rum plot e mill In Itself (hat is. any number of these can lie run independently of all others, each having It Independent power and being Ncparatr and dlailueL from the others n every way: thus giving great with rpect to maintaining tnaxuniim capacity at timea wbeu repairs may be necessary. Ivltuss :hv ass one of the g'este! Importance tu the defense and the defense an entitled to a fuller ixplanstlon of Mr. Jerome's ground fur hi application. Mr. Jerome ai! he was wilUug tu go into the rtury and leil all the fact. "Mr. HartriJge sud 1 have talked the matter over and 1 think we are in entire accord a to (he main facts, he told. "When this matter 1 discussed In court," broke in Mr. Del mss, "it will be discussed with uie." "i don't know whether it will or tot. replied Mr. Jerome. "Mr. Hart-ridg- e is the attorney of record." After a little iparnug. Mr. Delmax resumed Uia seat sud Mr. Jerome began to detail aJ the facts Regarding the delay in bringing Thaw to trial sud the steps taken by both aides to a secure an immediate trial and to certain testimony by commission, Mr. Hsrtridge occasionally interrupting to correct the district attorney in details of the story. Once Mr. Hart ring made aa extensive argument. Mr. Jerome protesting the while that the attorney allow him tu proceed. Mr. Hart ridge claimed that the district attorney office bad changed the case one afteruoun from the court of general session to the supreme court without say notice whatever to the defense. "The witness. Smith, left the city almost immediately after the tragedy," Mr. Hsrtridge said hotly, "and he continued to abaeut himself for a long time. Suddenly he came back. Surely Mrs. White knew that her brother was In the city ud she was In constant touch with the district attorney. Then Smith sail sway again last Christmas when H waa known the esse was coming up." Hire Mr. Jerome vai allowed to proceed. After completing the narration of what had happened between lb time of the homicide and the trial, Mr. Jerome aald: "I will now present to your honor the legal basis fur my request." "I do not understand what the learned diet rid attorney means by legal basis,, said Mr. Deluias. "Hla language is not clear." "Mr. Delmaa will have to pardon my lark of experience sud education and nty Inability td mak niyuelf clear In the English language," 'said Mr. Jerome. "By legal basis I mean the statutes and the law in the caae." My understanding of the term I not the same," said Mr. Delmaa, "and 1 nee no ieaun for the district attorney's petty sarcasm and loss of tem- Sail Lake. March 12. Joseph llod-giu- ' aightle eyes are closed In the d iiu awo Dcrtwpia. f socurcd Sit CO.S MILU aland wbeu this morning. OLD BLIND MAN DIES. bailui-matlo- hour. !' any it.uail that l can lnjjreili.nl from any Biil di'UgiM t Niiiiill I he : liigLirj Sail LaL. March 12 Suffering front that hi weal:b could uo; be measured in figure, ttwun D. Hickman, a brother of ' bill" Hickman of lianiie famr. wa examined a u hi- tanirj In Judge George U A:m--1 r iig court Mondai and commit-(ekoi l.i l be aUite Menu! bopiu,. fioir week Hiekniaa tail Invn in ibe Si Mark fai.aptial suffering from general breakdown. Hi action weie ivcuhar fur evral day and Sunday sheu be attempted lo build a bouttre room It wa decldej to remove in b him lo oaie afe place. 1'pou the Ucebee. Hick afhdawi of Mra. P, aa bmughi before the co.irt man Monday and examined. Wbeu Hickman waa qiirationed in curt he declared be bad roamtui'ed llBu.ium a ftn.nih to the Sr. Mark a bovplisl and bad uuiold wealth. He deeim-ehe bad no relfglon and wa never married, ily nfruitatlmi be wa a fanner and miner. Hi rxannuaiiuu waa c.ui dueled by hi ph.tiurl.ii;. Ir. .1 F. rrlichlow, t'oiini) IhyKician V. K Calrieiaond and hi F. H. Raley. ilickuian I tni yeara old and haa been a reideut J)f I'lah iure IKtill. Ilia life waa closely aitkocuied with "lilll" Hickman, hla broiher, whose roimimk- - nperb-iiceIn he pioneer day. formed a part nf I'taha history. The stories of "Hill'' Hlckmau and hi supposed gang of Imnltes are rets 'n I in "A Study In Scarlet,' which ha mad them memorable. Jlicktnaa baa leen troubled for some time wllb cancer on hi lip. It waa aiaied after Ibe bearing of Ida case that he wa angering from aruile del. mentia. Ilickiiiaa waa burn in Hi father waa Fdwln 1). Hickman and hla mulher Kiiaalieth Auama. Hickman waa iskrn lo Provo laat nlglu. THE MCDERN i. Die Mr. 19iC. 1. more, the artor. When young Mr. Thaw wa upon the :aud aha wa confronted by Dr. Flint and declared he had never seen him before. Du viiu know an actur named SJATE NEWS )hal he will plead (Ulcer and aa suiliy. waive hraritg and go j the liiairicl court lor neu'enee. lie will ujiprar before Justice Alma Hardy tomorrow morning. STORY OF UNTOLD WEALTH. fillll fIVatl SriCUllOB cal 3IA Ill'll WEDNESDAY, From Correspondents and State Exchanges iii o o o o CTAIE OGDEN, ... " v- - D- nhysirt-.to whom is sai l to hu e gone - r.M-;..,-- , Evelvn i .iad; njn; Xelit DISTRIBUTERS: JOHN J. GREINER. 123 Twenty-FiftStreet. Ogden Independent Phone 82S. h ADAM 276 Main, SNYDER, Salt Laka City. Bell Phene 1061Y. nd. Phone 1061 BAUME1STER BROS., 363 Twenty-FourtStreet Ogden. Independent Phone 885. h Job Filigree, Jr. 2572 Washington Ave. .