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TIIU FL HOUSING EX A 51 IN Eli rTAlL Ot!DE GRAFTER WAS IG CAUGHT BY Womfens Dark Wrappers 49c j Tbette wrapper ai-- mipiKUMtl tu be worth fl.tKi. tu ak that much what they aell fur in some places. Hut it's tmigti money fur. We cleaned up a jobber's line thinking we'd be ottering von something they're worth about that uinrh. At 40c, though, it's a bargood at about Good dark colons, and for a die tu wear about the sizes. all We have gain. house. 4ic isnt much. REPRESENTED HIMSELF One-Thir- Off d In Sew York we I nought the sample line of a maker of children's dainty dresses, slips, etc. All are out on tables ou the second fhsir at a third under regular prices. Iu the lot are a few short dresses, 2 to 1 years. Good styles and cheap prices. r Each day we add to the showing of good. The line is by nu means complete but if you're in a hurry, here is Ogdens completed showing. - ready-to-wea- W. H. Wright & Sons Co. but Is now convalescent. He likely will not return to school until next September. BREVITIES J. Welsh and wife left on No. 5 yesterday for an extended trip to the UoaL John J. Crouln, geueral roadinaster of the Rio Grande Western, was In Ogden Thursday on a trip of Inspection over his division. brown, one of the prominent vulsiug men of Utah. Idaho sad Colorado, with headquarters In Ogden. At that lime n discovery of gold sulphurate nad been made la the development of the mine, running up to $2,700 per Lm in gold and earning forty ounces iff silver, was announced. Recently Mr. Brown has received additional samples of the rich stuff in the vein, and which ranges from four to fourteen Inches wide, and the re- Dennis A. Smyth, proprietor of the European hotel and the builder of tbe same, celebiatcd the seventeenth anni- turns from assays submitted show versary of his going Into busines in gold values running np to M7! per Mrs. Smyth entertained a Ogdeq, ton, with twenty ounce of silver. number of lady friends in honor of the Borne of these specimens are so heav-'l- y event, and lenny looked after the with the gold sulphImpregnated men. urate that it is estimated they will run to 66.000 per ton sad ever. Mary E. McKinnon and her husThe rich streak Is In a vain that PocaMcKinnon of band, John feet wide aaj In tie is thirty-eightello, have petitioned the Diatrict court least mineralized parti averages M0 d for tbe appointment of Abbott R. per ton, aside from any parts of tbe administrator of the estate of rich ora. An average sample of the the late Naomi James, who died Octo- tunnel face that is being driven Is full ber 0, 1900, and left a policy for $2,000 ot tbe sulphurate, and looks like It in the A. O. U. W., which la not Reliev- might go as high as $1,800 per ton h of for the full width of six feet. . ed fo be worth now over the face value. Sensational as are thru figures there ia no question as to their reThere will be a aeries of evening liability. If the same dlscioaure were found In any part of Nevada a stam-Ied- e sermons, commencing this even-LLwould ensue. Where this mine la in the First Presbyterian church The Testimony of Earthly situated tlie snow' covers the mounupon In depth and Ingress ftets to the Great Truth of the Last tain many feet ludgmrat." and the naturalistic pay and egress Is difficult.. Mr. Brown to shut tbe mine down chokiglral. rational and legal argu- bu concluded ments trill be considered in tbe and baa sent instructions to that efGet You a FINE course. It has ever been the ronten-- t fect. Tbe ore la worth $240 per pound, en of many that were there no btbie and be will close the mine until be the truth of the Judgment, heaven can get Into It hijpsAf, rather than and hell, would still he established have the rtrh stuff carried away. Near io the. "QW. Chtiaek" and a by earthly and accepted facts. These will be considered in this continuation of tha aante vein, h the arguments TAILOR-MAD- E eerie.. The music trill be a leading Monarch, a mining corporation that has produced $11,000,000 In tha tame leture In this series. c'ass of oras. the heavy gold sulphur ! eta prevailing luat aa in Mr. Brown's f P. A. Van Rookhuyten has opened Our Una of patterns for extra paata . properties. An intereating campaign Ad-1476 the at Mayflower bakery, are very fine. ot extraction of thru rich ores will ams and is avenue, manufacturing follow Mr. Brown's return to the Repairing and Cleaning done very egkei, biscuits, xwelhsks, fancy deli-- 1 mines when tha snow reasonable. permits of it. new caelec, etc. The bakery la equip- ped with the latest appliances In FRIGHTFUL RUNAWAY, j i nape of oven and machinery, and la I1J 24th St. gaining A good trade. A sample of the products of the bakery have been - Tacoma, Washn., Feb. 22. Joha M. received nt ibis office and are excel- Sedgewich, while clearing land near Ortlng. yesterday, had his foot caught lent. in a logging chain and ha was drag' ged a mile and a half by a runaway O. Pacific Union a C. Norman, team gat full gallop to the Solbrakemao, fell from him train Fri- diers' goto Ha was horribly manglHorns. afternoon uesr Devil's Slide and died at a hospital In Tacoma ' day lundsd with hla right hand under the ed and wheels. Later, at the hospital, the this afternoon. After he fell :isn4. was amputated. the train continued on three miles before ho waa missed. Norman walked that distance, suffering Intense pain. Amber B. Patton returned Friday from Ev.nston, HI., where be baa He liaa had been attending college. a kix weeks alrgo of typhoid fever. t, Hey-woo- one-fourt- g, Now is the Time! WINTER SUIT CHEAP J. t E. BOLSTEAD r RUN DOWN WEAK AND Mrs. James Bradford, mother of Professor Sylvester D. Bradford, of the 5Veher Stake academy, died at 6 oclock yesterday at her home in bait Lake City. Mrs. Bradford waa X'FVV . a of 47 and has many friends JUST TO KEEP. THINGS MOVING- - m pioneer both Salt Lake and Ogden who r are offering exceptionally guod will deeply regret to hear of her valnn and bargains. Must have qiora death. The date of the funeral will room for He goods. If yon want big be announced later. NOT REALLY SICK BUT FAR FROM targalns In these lines, step rljjel WELL. up and take your pick. Nothing but routine business came up before the county board of educaTHE JUMBLE, . was performed yesterday. 2300 Wash. The old time energy and exuberant Phones 1144. tion are lacking. Something la Sheriff Sebrlng la detained borne on spirits acoount of the sickness of his two needed to restore animation. The physical and mental xest and Inst of children, on one of which an operalife, the Joy of mere living that char tion was performed Friday. acterlzed the days before the system become run down by overwork, John V, Nelson, who will soon cele- had or excess. There Is no Spring worry brate hla 64th birthday, has a war tonic purifier so efficient record of which to be proud. He en- and and blood as satisfactory tered the Northern army In 1861 as a private In the Fifth Wisconsin light artillery and came out of the service, at the end of the war. as a cor-- j e CAR-OSj-Y' oral. He waa afterward made a In the Grand Army. ILL 1 Ogden Turf Exchange col-cu- 326 Twenty-fift- h MANNA St. California and Eastern races. Direct wire for all h sporting events: D0X0T0 & COMPANY 1 ' 155 25th Street i Men's Furnishing Goods and No ions cf all kinds Fancy Cash Groceries Wines and liquors . Kenneth Knauss, son of J. H. fnauss, who has been seriously ill of operating through the blood and net plnal meningitis, is now thought to vous system. It reaches every nook and corner of tbe body and enfuaes out of danger. energy Into every tissue organ and The warm weather baa been the function, cleansing and renovating tbe nuns of converting tbe depot front entire system. During the winter months our bodies accumulate In hidto Twenty-fourtrom Twenty-sevent- h tract Into a garden spot of beautiful den nook and corner the ashes of comwns and flower beds. The grass and bustion or tisane ' refuse, resulting rees immediately east of the depot from life's fires that causes many taken up. Team vague aches and pains and tired or raining hare been md men .with ' shovels and acrapera weary feelings, and If in large quanire at work leveling off the land and tities give rise to anemp, blood disormparing It for need. Walks will be ders. kidney 1 roubles, rheumatism, lid 'soon and a waler system is now gout, headache, palpitation, nervous wing completed. Several thousand ailments, clogged eliminative organa, and frequently to fevers. loiter will be expended in beautify Caroha Manna if Isken for a short ng the front time will remove every trace of winter's accumulation of refuse. It will OLD CHUXCK MINE remove all those weary, clogged, heavy feelings. Put sn.p nnd vim Icnsatisnal Stories Regarding Fabul- into every bodily fiber, make the eyes bright, appetite keen, digestion and ously Rich Ora Found. assimilation right, elimination perfect, Tribune: Still more sensational sleep sweet and restful, steps springy Ilsdoauras ara being mads In the and bouyant. IDs one for tbe tasks and Middle pleasures of tbe coming Spring time. Old Chttnrk mine In the YOU CAN GET CARO BA MANNA seventy-fiv- e Bdlio mining district nlles from Mountain- Home In Elmore At YOUR DRUGGIST'S AT 50c and aunty. I la ho. Some throe weeks ago $1.00 PEH BOTTLE. , OUR NEW HIZR $1.00 BOTTLE the Tribune printed a story of the A FIDt MONTH'8 ilstory of this min, and tbe fart tbat CONTAINS t had been acquired by Walter S. TREATMENT. 4 ew Embroideries tight be;weeu corporation eeiua to be exemplified In tbe present negotiation for the sale of the I lab iauupt-uden- i Telephone cumpanv, wiib oi her institution of it kind. The American A Telegraph Telephone eompany la making a determined ri to get control of the holdings of he United Slate Telephone company. AS AN EDUCATOR. i ii-- to Establish a Night School and Waa Doing wn when Proposed d At Prices That Are Bargains clever grafter ays captured by the police Friday, wu.ie the rouge a as unsuspecting and w ar earn ing n well planned blnflf to it limit. Twelve of hla victim are known to the department but probably twice that many more are not known except by the money they ..st. $'; of which the smooth one cwifeMed t have collected. His name Is H. M Atherton, lie ib agent for a represented bUnself organization, engaged in the commendable work of establishing nigbt schools and affording the hard worked an opportunity of gleaning a few rays of enlightenment. Armed with this charitable weapon, he aallied forth 10 the worth aud again to the south, and pleaded his cause so well thit score of people accepted from ten to fifty cents worth of bis eloquence. But he worked the graft too well. People lu their calm moments grew suspicious and the police were Informed. La at night Atherton was A o ' summoned to the station through a ruae and Informed that the city was In need of a guest. At first he told a story about one Fisher who engaged him carle In ibe week to do The soliciting. Tills mau, so Atherton declared, approached him on the street, passed the time iff day, asked of his business aud ended by hiring him on the spot. Of the money collected he was to receive tea per cent, his employer the balance. Oddly enough. Flatter has disappeared and although Atherton waa taken out In charge of an officer to meet him this morning, he failed to materialize. Atherton became glum thereafter and Hid he would shoulder the blame for tbe whole transaction But, ufd he, would the punishment be tbe same if 1 should tell you there is no such n man aa Fisher." The officer smiled blandly and the man knew that his story had bait Its veracity. Under the examination of Tender and Chambers Atherton admitted that he so loved the work and the possibilities which It held out to the working rlaas that he resolved to establish a school at the corner of Twenty-sixtstreet and Washington avenue. He also told (Ms to the people and the effect it bad on them was productive Indeed. He engaged the son of a well known officer to aid la the work and was preparing to Ward Fisher as a nonentity wheuTeated. h IN PROBATE COURT Petition for Lottera of Guardianship of F. Looooo Granted. Regular fctotMf add probate work occupied the diatrict court 'today. Many rases camd' up for disposition and the court ruled on moat of them Care for the next regular term of court were also set. The action taken on tbe probate cases was as follows: . Estate of F. Lnsaee, incompetent Petition for letters of guardianship. Granted; bond, $3490. Estate of Henry T. Chard, deceased. Petition for confirmation of sale. Granted. Estate of John Pignon, deceased. Petition for toilers of administration. Granted; bond, $6,000. Estate of Sanford L. Ives, deceased Petition for sale of personal property. Taken under advisement. Estate of Mil bias Ullles, deceased Petition for tetters of administration. Granted; bond $2500. Estate of Minnie B. Geiger, deceased. Petition for approval, allowance, settlement account. Granted. Estate of Elizabeth W. Douglass, Petition for order of sale. deceased. Continued. Estate of Morgan Powell, deceased. Petition for order of sale. Continued. Estate of Lawrence Robinson, deceased. Petition for leave to mart age certain property. Granted. Estate of Marietta Beastm, incompetent. Petition for approval of acUnder advise-r.ecount and discharge. headquarter t Kouhesier, N. Y-- , in whose bauds lie the bond aud securities of the Utah independent company. ' The Utah lmlepeudeat through it legal counsel la nuking a fight to be excluded from tbe tranter, which to slated for Feb. 28. When the Utah Independent company a organised aud first started operations, bonds a ere issued, $2,5iH.-Itocf uhlcli sere taken up by the United Starea Telephone company, which ihu secured control of the local company. The United Sutes company has met with financial difficulty and H Is dekirlous of getting rid of Its obligations at as high a price aa possible. Tbe American Telephone A Telegraph compauv baa procured au option on the I'nited Buies company, which expires Feb. 28. if that opriou is taken up the Utah Independent, w Ith all other companies controlled by the Untied States company, will pass e into the hands of the American A Telegraph company, which owns and controls the Heli telephone line. In the meantime Elmer B. Jones, counsel for the Utah Independent to la Rochester, where he ia nuking an effort to bring about an arrangement by which the Salt Uke company will be excluded if the deal goes through. corn-pan- Stopped. (JOe--ai- id Wear - i.:.j jiul uoii t: luH-run and au Bell h meri-baudi- Infants 1W7. Transfer of Utah Indepandent to Into cstc la Now Pending. Ti:- and $1.50 at leust, that' 1.23 2i, TtLEPHOKE MERCER a POLICE j rEHRI'ARV SIVXIUY, The values are (he result of careful planning aud buying, aud are the biggest surprise imaginable. The variety and good taste displayed, ia more than all the rest. The designs are eudleaa in number. Tables are aisle to mahe selecting easy. arranged ou the right-hau- d Table lc Table No. Vw iff guardian. .9 Edging and insertion, worth ftir 2 lOt ill 1 Dl'j 3 IV Edging and insertion, wort h I fill 4 wt? 1fig fg m Dainty Cornet Cover Embroideries, starting .. at, 'per yard mimic Supt Wm. Allises Will Make a .Study f the Subject. Supt. Wm. Allison of (he city schools Joined a company of Balt Lake educators yesterdav at the depot and went on with them to attend the nailousl convention of Biipertntendrnte called at Chicago. Tbe meeting, which Is as annual affair, to graved by the presence of the finest school talent In tbe country, called from four S. J. BURT & BROS. NEGOTIATING WITH TRAINMEN. direct km a. Besides atudilng new rundttinns and Chicago. Feb. 23 Further conceschanges in the method of directing the sions were offered trainmen and conschool system of a illy, Mr. Allison ductors by managers of western rail will thoroughly Investigate manual training so that he can report to tbe kical board on hla rewra. While In Chicago he will come fit contact with superintendents who have tried successfully manual arts in high school ami from tbent he will gather the data that are expected to crests a nrw not only In the high school but in the grade schools as well. It to proposed to make, as a part iff the city school curriculum, courses in telegraphy and the manipulation of linotype machines. In $n effort to teach 1udenu proper regard for honest labor. Among the foremost educators iff the day manual training Is considered as important aa any branch of school study In that it Instructs the hands as well as the brain and teaches both ' I te work harmoniously. roads In conference with the men yesterday. Negotiations, which seemed on the xerge of breaking off, are to be continued. Neither side has dlsckwed the latest offer of the railroads. ".'SEES : BASKET BALL CAME Garden Seeds j to Granite Hill School of Salt Lake Defeated. In a game not so strenuous as some have bora, the basketball team of the State School for the Deaf and .Blind defeated a team from tha y Granite High school of 8alt Lake afternoon. Both teams played alow ball In tbe first half, but braced up in lb second and put some ginger Into the contest. 'the local boys have not been de. FH-da- that arc sure to grow. All seeds sent out from this store are new tested this year and retained their UnrelB by winning wit by a score of : 39 to II. The ; seeds left over. stock. No old Hue-up- v See us before you purchase. SETTING ON THAW Our liuc of OrocericN ia always nice aud frepli. 't ee ub for liay, Grain, IStock aud Poultry Pood. San Francisco, Feb. 23. In the pool rooms slang Fillmora street, where bet ara placed on fights and races. Hand books are being kept on the Thaw case, the prevailing odds being 2 to 1 that the trial will result In eusvlctlou. . CDFTV . - 9 One package of Stock. Food with ?every $2.50 you spend with us. Job Filigree, Jr. nt Estate and guardianship of Henry fctfward Harris, minor. Petition for appointment Kdgiug aud insertion, worth for 1 tu 12 Table No. Tele-phon- manual No. Granted; bond, $500. Estate of Floyd B. Brown, droeasrd Petition for letters iff administration Granted: bond, $100. 2572i Washington Ave. . WASHOUT STOPS TRAINS Clark Read Again Blocked By Meadow Valley Floods. The heavy rains of Friday again played havoc with the Ban Pedro, I os railroad. The Angeles A Salt Meadow valley wash was once more tbe scene of trouble and It will be probably six or seven days before tbe difficulty Is straightened out and normal conditions prevail. Thin, of course, depends largely upon weather conditions. Is tbe meantime all travel for the Clark's road to being routed via Ogden. None of the Ban Pedro equipment la coming over the South-er- a Pacific, but all passengers, mail and baggage an going over tbe Southern Pacific. It ia .bard to tell Just how long It wlj take to repair the damage done, but , aa the country in the Meadow valley wash Is tome and treacherous, It will Inevitably be some days before traffic can be resumed. Last year traffic wit stopped for several weeks. JESSE J. DRIVER -- . ID POLICE COURT . George Wooden, a colored roustabout, olesJed guilty to petit larceny yesterdav In police court and waa sentenced to sixty days in Jail. Since hi Inoarcerarira four suit cases bare bis plunder. been traced 1 started te drink up the town Yer Honor, but there waa too raocb whiskey in It fer me. explained Tom As Tom to the wit as McCafferty. f police court, he well as the waa given five days in which to sole er up. Several miner "ff.nae were disposed of by the judge- - ht This is Brown Meet Him Face to Face '. - . i s He'll show you the new Roycroft1' suits for Spring. Wishes his many friends to know that he is still in business, and nicely located at . 2275 ' Washington Ave. x You are especially invited 5'ho Toggery to calland see him at his new location . . . . . .