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UTAH NATIONALt
BANK
OF OGDEN m UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVER
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE I
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President
Hcracc E Peery VIcePrca
tercld J Pcery VIcePrca
Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V McIntosh A ct Cashier
OGDEN
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OGDEN UTAH
H C Blgolow President
J M Browning VicePresl ont
A P Bigelow Cashier
J E Haiversou Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
H C BIgelow Jobn K Spiers O
L Becker J N Spargo L F Bige
low J M Browning L A Parmley
E L Van Meter A P BIgelow
U S DEPOSITARY
FIRST NATIONAL
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OF OGDEN 1 UTAII
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G H Tribe Vice Prea
John Watson VlccPrea
M 8 Browning VicePros
John Plngrec Cashier
I Jas F nurton Asst Cashier
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HEAD THE CLASSIFIED PACK
DlfENSE OPENED
IN BRGKAW TRIAL
New York Dec 17
17Mrs Unrv
Blair Brokaw
the J plaintiff rC ted her
case to lnYln her suit W < separation
with alomom ot CUflOOa < ycnr from
her husband W UouUl Brokaw and
the defense opened
Prospects for n reconciliation bright
entd for a moment today when At
torney Mclntyrc tendered I
Mrs Bro
lean an invitation to the next ears
cake walk at High Point N C Rio I
kaxvs southern country place Bro
kale smiled and his wife hid her face 1
In her furs But IIr Brokaw defined i
his position as one of frank hostil I
lt
Mrs JBrokaw said he rejected
my advances often enough I am go
ing to light this suit to a Mulsh and F II
am well satisfied with its advance
ment
Mrs H Braimvell Gilbert Brokaws
sister testified iii his behalf that he
and his wife were a sweet tender
solicitous and loving couple Mrs Gil
bert testified that Urokaw
was not a
drinking man Hadly one of Bro
kaws grooms testified to tho same
effect
Mr Gilbert had
an amusing passage
at arms with his sisterinlaw over a
point In her earlier testimony Mrs
Biokaw had refused to admit her use
of a profane adjective as applied to
servants berth in which she said her
husband made her sleep when cross
Ing the Atlantic unless Gilbert would
swear she used It
Coming around the ships deck I
met the plaintiff face to face T lifted
my hat and she exclaimed 111 be
d If I occupy that berth testified
Gilbert As he repeated the debatable
adjective Mr Gilbert looked at the I
plaintiff She nodded her head and
smiled So did Justice Putnam as she
made good her word
Several of the members of Mrs
Mar Blair Brokaws family came
lo her aid today in her legal contest
fora sepniiitiovi from her husband
AV Gould Brokaw and distressing oc
entrances in tho nnhuppy married life
of the couple were detailed on tho
stand bj witnesses for the plaintiff
Miss Elodio Blair whose brilliant
eves are every bit as captivating as
those of hoi sister and whose witness
is declared to be as scintillating camo
into court with Mrs Brokaw today
and participated in the preliminary
conlorenrcs of ho attorneys on tho
petitioners fiiao
Ilcr story was intended to supple
ment that which J Bullard Blair tho
brother of the plaintiff told yester
day when he described hysterical
manifestations on his sisters part af
ter she had been warned by Mr Bro
kaw at the table to cease looking al
a certain man and other disturbing
happenings due to disagreements he
tv ocn luifband and wifo
All Ihv witnesses with knowledge of
tlli + mallei arc asked by Attorney I
Baldwin Mrs Brokaws lawyeiwhat
they know of the Biokaws style of
living and of Mr Brokaws income
presumably with a view to showing
that the defendant is able to pay the
substantial alimony which his wife de
mands
General surprise was caused when
Attorney Baldwin after concluding his
examination of J Billiard Blair an
nounced that the plaintiff rested It
was assumed that Mr Baldwin was
holding his other witnesses for pos
sible liso in rebullal
Bau testimony had reference to
an incident in the Hotel Astoria m
Pails llo said ho found his sister
it coping over the disOovory that Mr
Brokaw had placed a censorship over
her wail
When Blair asked Brokaw the rea
son for this Brokaw declared there
hal boen a mistake and stepped over
to the hotel clerks desk and directed
that Mrs Brokaw be given all her
mail when she asked for iL
Witnesses for the defense were ex
pmined by Attorney Bush Mr Bro
kuwr personal counsel Henry Knox
an engineer who was at the Biokaw
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place at High Point N C in the
fall of 100S said the Brokaws seemed
very happy
Everything was lovely until Uie
new years celebration party left Then
he noticed a slight estrangement Bro
kaw at the time was taking sleeping
tablets and was not well What the
ltncss called childish spats became
frequent
1 cannot recall in my twcntjfivc
yean experience with Billy Bro
haw of ever seeing him touch a drop I
BRIDGE GOWN OF BENGALINE SILK I
Though built with the Empire high
waistline this graceful Indoor cos
tume parLlkes of the essential Rus
sian features of this season The bod
Ice has the loose blonsollke effect
and the sleeve is considerably fuller
than last seasons close effects A
iiQpilll pinafore drapery makes the
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I of liquor Knox declared until the
I first break occurred when Mrs Bio
hay left tho lodge
I The witness would not say that Mr
Brokaw was drinking even them but
I simply that he seemed benumbed by
SOme grief
Knox used some picturesque Ian
giiago in describing the differences of
the Brokaws He said they disagreed
I on everything If Billy said IL vege
table was a turnip ho lestificdMary
would declare she saw a fly They
ncn perfectly ridiculous
Asked to describe the manner of
the couples speech Knox replied
Thata hard everything wan chaos
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II perfect mess Mrs Brokaw was ex
citable her conversation was jerky
and flittering
I Did you ever see a horse poke his
nose into a barrel of flour spluttering
I it in every direction
SHUBERTS BEST PRODUCTION
TO BE SEEN IN OGDEN
Charles Cherry and the original
Maxine Elliott Theater company and
production will bo seen hero next
Thursday night December at the
Orpheum theater In Clyde Fitchs lat
est comedy The Bachelor The
play is under the direction of the Shu I
berts Mr Fitch has done many I
unique things but his latest contribu I
tion to the stage Is declared to be one I
of tho neatest daintiest works he has
yet accomplished The Bachelor had i
considerable vogue in Now York dur
ing its run last spring at the Maxine
Elliott and later in the summer en
joyed much prosperity at the Whitney
in Chicago
The story is that of bachelor who
fulls in love with his stenographer
without the slightest Intention of mar
rying her Ills motives however are
honest By the interference of a
young brother of tho typist a pro
posal is brought about although when
tho girl learns of the brothers over
zealousness she breaks off the en
gagement How Mr Fitch manages
to bring the lovers together is one of
the amusing things of the play While
New Yorkers enjoyed the comedy sit
uations immensely much was said of I
the delineation of a Swedish charac
ter in the play As usual Mr Fitch
has lived nl to his reputation by
drawing one or more original charac
ters
MAKING UVtN
BillS fROM UN
Secret Service Unearths Scheme
by Which Shrewd Crooks
Cheat Government
SL Louis Dec 17A scheme by
which 220 is made out of ton 20
bank notes has been called to tho at
tention of local banks by the SL Loins
offices of tho United States secret
service How widespread tho now
line of manufacture had become Is
indicated by the fact that a dozen or
more of the altered notes have been
received at tho subtreasury here
The scheme according to an em
ploye of tho sub troasury is as fol
lows
Ten 20 bank nolcs are laid one
on top of the other with a quarter
inch margin on each note showing at
one end All arc then firmly hold
together and by one strike with scis
sors or a sharp knife each note is
divided into two parts one of which
is larger than the other
The pieces are then fitted together
to make a note a trifle less than the
regulation size A piece of adhesive
plaster fastens the two pieces
There remain nine complete bills
and two portions of bills each of
which is more than threefifths a
complete bill The government re
deems at full value a mutilated bill
which is thicellfths of the proper
size By this means 220 has been
made out of 200 in 20 notes
Mutilation of currency is a peniten
tiary offense under the federal laws
ROBBERS DYNAMITE BANK
Lawton Okla Dec JiFhe rob
bers dynamited tho safe of the Citi
zens Sate Bank of Gcronimo near
here early today and escaped with
2000 in cash They arc closely fol
lowed by a posse
skirt very graceful this drapery cross
ing tho skirt at the knees in front
and extending to the very edge of the
train at tho back There Is a tablier
or apron effect hanging at the front
of the gown this tablier which is
richly embroidered buiug continued
in straps which pass over tho shoul
ders as shown In tho photograph
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flV ARE fOUND
GUIlTY BY JURY
Mercy RecommendedJury Out
Ten HoursFail to Convict
Bendernagle Is Regretted
New York Dec 17The Jury to
night found guilty five of the six em i
plojes of tho American Sugar Refin
ing company who have been on trial
for the last three weeks charged with
criminal conspiracy to defraud tho
government of customs duties on Im
ported raw sugar
Jn the case of James F Beudernagcl
a former cashier of the companys
Wllllamshurg plant the jury disagreed
Mercy Is recommended for all those
found guilty
The jury was out ten hours Un
der the indictment Oliver Spltzcr a
dock superintendent John R Coyle
Thomas Kehoe Edward A Boyle and
Patrick J Hennessr Checkers may
be punished for the commission of
two overt acts the maximum penalty
for each of which Is two years 1m
pilsonmonl and 5000 fine
Tho failure to convict Cashier Bend
crnagol is regarded by the govern
ment as a disappointment The prose I
cution has tried to trace the customs
frauds already admitted to a higher
source and Bondernagol though not
an executive of the company was an
employe coming in contact with those
who shaped the companys affairs in
their larger aspects
Special emphasis was laid by Mr
Stimson in his summing up for the
prosecution on such of tho evidence
as tended to show culpability upon
the part of Bonderuagel
Upto Date Novelties
The ever progressive firm of Edgar
Jones Co grocers under the able
management of M R Barrows have
brought to tho Ogden market tbls
year the newest novelties in tho line
of fruits Those fine juicy California
navel oranges as they are grown on
the bows and branches of the orange
tree a large bunch of dates as Ihuy
grow upon the Palm tree and beauti
ful red popper berries as they grow
on tho trees Hawaiian pine apples
and Florida grapo frulL Tho window
is decorated with these fruits and
many others that will help to make
up jour Xmas dinners and ornament
the trees for old Santa Claus and tho
children Their evergreens are some
thing out of the ordinary and you
should see them before buying else
where Our stock of nuts and candles
for the holidays are the best that
money can buy and our prices arc
right Come In and see for yourschesf
and the goods will do the rest
SPRING SSJION
IN COAl lAND CASE
Denver Col Dec Sensational
testimony was given In the federal
court here today by witnesses from
Iowa In the suit to recover coal lands
In Routt county Colorado that had
been obtained it is alleged by means
of dummy entries and in other alleged
fraudulent ways At the conclusion oi
todays hearing Judge Lewis announc
ed that a prima facie case had already
been made against a part of the de
fendants and all motions for non
suits would be overruled
The suit is directed against the of
ficers and directors of the Union Laud
company
N G Koser a farmer of Iowa City
Iowa declared that Frank McDon
ough Sr an attorney for tho defend
ant company said to him
Unless we get these thousands of
acres of coal lands into tho hands of
innocent purchasers for the benefit of
the Union Land company we will not
only lose tho whole thing but we are
going lo get into litigation with them
government and you stockholders
Koser being a stockholder of Ute
company may have to go to the peni
tentiary with the officers The filings
have been irregular and we must cov
er up
Koser said he had been lured into
the deal in 1902 but did not suspect
its fraudulent nature until two years
agoThe
The promoters told us they had
obtained the land from the entrymen
and in an Irregular way Koser added
S K Stevenson an attorney of Iowa
City caused a sensation by declaring
that two of the defendants had been
advised by a minor official at the
land office at Washington to change
the name of the company and bury
it deep to help the fraud
ACTION OF FRANCE
ALARMS CANADIANS
Ottawa Dec 17The action of the
French chamber of deputies in voting
to increase greatly the tariff rates that
will apply to American agricultural
Impdcments has served to inject a
new clement of uneasiness into the
CanadianAmerican tariff relations as
viewed on this side of the line
Canadas treaty with France now
needing only the last formal ratifica
tion gives Canada an advantage of 10
per cent off the French tariff rates
that would apply to agricultural im
plements from the United States On
a binder this would amount to 120
on a mower 386 on a reaper 182
on a horse rake 191
These figures apply as the French
tariff stands without tho latest In
crease In maximum Press dispatches
indicate that the change in the rates
that will apply to America will oper
ate to increase greatly the duty on
American Implements
CANT GET AT CAUSE
OF SANTA FE WRECK
Flagstaff Ariz Dec 17ACter being
in session during tho afternoon tho
coroners jury investigating the cause
of the wreck on the Santa Fe rood at
AVinona yesterday adjourned until to
morrow to secure tho testimony of the
members of tho train crew The jury
Is making an effort to ascertain what
has become of a considerable sum of
money supposed to have been on the
body of Mrs Alice Bennett tho only
person killed in the wreck
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American Grip Tightens on Blue
fieldsCommander Shipley
Issues Proclamation
Blucficlds Dec liTho American I
grip on Blueiields
was tightened to
day when Commander Shipley of tho
cruiser DeB Molnes on the authority I
of Rear Admiral Kimball In command
of the American forces in Nicaragua
Iflsued a proclamation formally stat
ing that no fighting would be allowed
at Blucfields
Proof of this is offered to the minds
of Central American diplomats hero
In the sudden disappearance of Dr
Luis Anderson
Dr Anderson was here as special
representative of Costa Rica and was
the candidate of Mexico for president
of the proposed United States of Cen
tral America
He left on receipt of a telegram and
it was learned today that his destina
tion was Cartngo Before going ho
had an Interview with Senor Creel
former Mexican ambassador to tho
United States and now hero ns a spe
cial envoy ot Mexico In the existing
trouble in Nicaragua
Central American diplomats fear
there may be a conflagration whili
now there Is only a blaze In such
case the governments Interested in the
various countries would Interfere with
the result that chaos would ensue and
a now organization would be neces
sary
The state department disclaims
knowledge of Dr Andersons destina
tion
1 MOllOA DUlLNESS
PERVADES r ARKfT
Promise of Substantial Increase in
New York Bank Accounts
Dividends Stimulating
Now York Dec 17A state of neg
lect such as the stock market fell
into today Is sometimes ascribed to
holiday dullness It was not entire
Iv free today from a feeling of disquiet
as being due possibly to some unfa
orablo factor underlying the sltua
lion The continued strength of the
foreign exchange kept attention on
tho possibility of gold exports The
promise of a substantial increase for
toe week In New Yorks cash In banks
was grateful and tho appearance ot
the preliminary estimates of the
weeks currency movement was fol
lowed by a decided show oC strength
in stocks The effect of the Increase
In the Louisville and Nashville divi
dend proved more stimulating than
did the Rending increase Not only
did that stock Itself advance but At
lantic Coast Lino benefited from Its
holdings of a majority of the Louis
ville and Nashville stock while Us
collateral bonds Jumped a full ten
points Sppplles offered in the money
market Increased largely after the
publication of the weeks currency
movement Large sums were paced
on call at 5 per cent carrying over
until Monday The bid price on ninety
days and six months loans fell to 4 14
per cent ThIs was considered the
more significant In view of tho pay
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What Lady Does Not Admire Beautiful
China and Cut Glass
What is there more appropriate for a
Christmas Gift
4 Our Lines are always new and uptodate Our prices I
are always Lowquality considered This season we have
an especially attractive display We invite your inspection
of our China Cut Glass Silverware Electric Portables
Jardinieres Art Ware and Novelties all description
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TOYS TOYS TOYS
The Largest and Best Display of the Latest Novelties in
Toys on the Second Floor Five Cases of New Toys
m Just Received Yesterday +
SATURDAY SPECIAL
IN THE TOY DEPARTMENT
Every child who visits our Toy Room Saturday in com
pany of their parents will be presented with a small Christ
mas Gift absolutely Free We dont ask you to buy
Just come and bring the children I
RICHARDSONGRANT CO
The Crockery People
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uncut due tomorrow of a 25000000 I
installment on subscriptions tp Now
Pennsylvania stock
Bonds were Irregular Total sales
par value 6949000
United States 2s coupon advanced
1S and the registered 3S per cent on
call
EXONERATE WOMAN OF
DEFRAUDING ON LIGHT
Seattle Dec 12Aller deliberating
six hours the Jury In the case against
Mrs Mary M Johnson accused of
I having defrauded the Seattle Electric
company of COO by means of a fake
damage claim returned a verdict ot
not guilty tonight Immediately after
the return of the verdict acquitting
I Mrs Johnson she was placed under
arrest again on a warrant from Pend
leton Ore charging that she had
violated her parole A year ago Mrs
Johnson was given n host sentence
in Pendleton on a charge of making
false statements of debt but was par
oled by the court The defense will
make an effort to obtain Mrs John
sons release on a writ of habeas cor
pus r
FAST MAIL LEAVES TRACK
Atlanta GaDce I7The South
ern railway fast mail No 37 Now
York to QrlcansMvas wrecked to
night at Imblce Ga eighteen miles
north of Atlanta Four cars left tha
track and two trainmen arc reported
injured
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