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THE MORN-IM- P EXAMINER: OGDEX, tha atla the tranaportaUoa and sale of been a wayward girl receiving man. one more than young of tention coal, and to prevent the sale of the home might her who one The brought Independent outpout in competition least of them all and with their own, thereby establishing have sinned the considerate In that most the been have could a moaoply. If real competition her from the pubto he coal sought the region te reestablished in home. There her lic eyee by taking the price of coal would be competitive, which might countless are possibilities tba to bearing some definite relation Tea EXAMINER THE sc-et-- n PubliiM4 Every Day la the Year Publishing Cn by The Suaaar paay. SUBSCRIPTION IATES. Delivered by Camay is Cgdea City, including Sunday More-loBiaiulaer, par moalh.. Stag copies aaaaasfSB g T6a Y MAIL IN ADVANCE. The 1" la aaat by atau fiiUaida ot Ogdea. par year. .66.04 LW At toast quarterly, uadvaaoe. FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT. U A tfUMiUI UUt1 U ! paaUaat aaaspapar. 10 tlTSlltl U will sad aa aaaaitaa la puaia Siva tha mu linn-1- ' yrtfuftifliA. ikwua'.nailans wi deposits. wlL ba received oa ail aubjacia presented ia juguA(0 Ifos kiovi todtbe Ui ttui bum uuii fiilrliihii it tall All bttm l&d da km oommyairaitaBa elgaed by sobs plume ar lumut taaat will ba throws la tba vaata baAtl Tba biava aaa saver bidaa bablad as asaa Dost aak tba Editor ta be raapoaalbla te what yoa an aabaaad aE Subscribers will easier a favor of lailura by laterals this baton le raoaiv Tba Fiimi tin eaa Tba Mania ba as Ml by tba laSapawdaat tml News to. Salt Lake City. Oa ail Ihiwasb traiaa laavta oa Tba Soothers Paeifle Railway, Tba Dales Faolfle Railway, sad Tba Ortya Short Idas Railway. pstiwaa wlU coaler a tever oa tba auasBMt by reporting to tbls office wkaaaver theytoil to Sad tba papers at tba deal- nmn I HOW TO GET COAL. Emery County Progress; The Salt Lake City consumers of coal, as well as those of Ogden, are already much alarmed at the prospect of a coal famine this winter equal, if not worse, than that at last winter. The advice of dealers Is te store coal In summer, but they fall to tell the consumers by what method they eaa store coal In the summer even when no coal 1s to be had in either of these cities. The whole tints, sad nothing but the truth relative to this matter to that there will continue to be coal famines annually la the larger dries and towns in Utah until there are soma more targe bodies of coal opened up here. The greatest measures of coal ia this slate are yet untouched, for they lay In Emery county. Less than 100 enterprising business men In Salt Lake and Ogden can solve the coal shortage problem by each putting up 5,000 and building and equipping a railroad Into Emery county and opening up a coal mine here. JAPAN BPYINQ ON USf UNWRITTEN LAW AGAIN. Providence Journal. The story of the arrest of a suspected Japanese Spy at Newport la interesting. If not important The principal testimony against ths suspect appears to ba that a fellow Japanese waa seen to approach him with a military salute, the Inference that he has at aome time la the past teas aa officer ia the mikados service, although ha occupies a humble position In Uncle Barns employment now, It Is entirely possible that Japan hae her secret representatives engaged ia menial work within our American fortifications. Her spies honneyeomed 'Manchuria for years haters the Road an war brake out, and the spies of other countries have tees active la all Quarters of tha ' earth from time immortal ' When hostilities begin between two nations, the military authorities of both are pretty emw to have bn file accurate plans of many supposedly secret bastions sad emplacements. HERO OF TWO WARS NOW TRYING TO EXPLAIN. Ha tha Union Man of 8an Francisco in Hla Letter Dd Net Mean Refusing to Panda. 11)07. RATINGS BY OUT A OPERATORS STRIKE. Western Union end Paata! Claim Are Net Delayed. June Pays prompt. Good, but net prompt Slow, too alow, B C MS Met-aago- a General Superintendent Btorrer, of the Foetal Telegraph company, said today that then was not message half an hour old In the main office. QuUe a number of operators, some from outside offices, were at work and the company was satisfied with the situation. Superintendent May of the Western Union uaid that a number of operators reported for duty yesterday and more thli morning. Business yesterday waa disposed of quite promptly and the same waa true of today's service, though Monday la a much heavier day than Sunday. He anticipated a constant, steady Increase in the office force until all the mea required are Ban Francisco, What Will Your Rating Be? 4. t D Doubtful. . E Require cash. F One or mere judgments against G Filed petition In bankruptcy erl Included bills for ordinary Meet-sitiea- . I FRIENDLESS AND DESERTED BY HER ONLY CHILD. Unconscious la Her Bedroom After Being Alena 62 Hours. or more accouna collection. for against Voluntary bankrupt Always promises, but as often tea Chicago, Juno 24. Stricken dumb and helpless with paralysis, all but friend lesa and deserted by her only child, Mrs. Marie Uhruholdt, a widow, 72 years old, is feat approaching death In the humble little flat la the rear of 638 North Campbell avenue, where aha has lived alone many years. Tha aged woman waa found last week unconscious on the floor of her bedroom, almost dead. She had beea stricken with paralysis 62 hours before she waa found by a neighbor. For a time after aha regained consciousness through the attention of a physician, Mrs. Uhruholdt, though paralysed on the right aide, was able to tell of the suffering she had undergone and her futile efforts to attract the attention of aome one to help her. Realising that ah la about to die, Mrs. Uhrnhuldt attempted last night to unseal her lips to the sorrow aha has borne quietly for several years, but it was too late. She tried to tell tha name and address of her daughter who la said to be the wife of a o lumber merchant and Uvea In Evanston, but her words were incoherent. For years I have known the tad destitustory of Mrs. Uhrnholdt'a tion," said tha neighbor who found her helpless. But she was proud even In her poverty. She always said she hoped soma day that her daughter would return and comfort bar old age. She would not tell her daughter's name. Mrs. Uhraholdt la Danish and Her daughter's maiJen name waa Nlchollaen. The mother hai been married n second time," aald another neighbor. The story la that the daughter, fearing that her mother would not grace her fashionable home, cast her aalde entirely. 1 think tome one helped the 'old woman, however, aa she la aald to have about 2,000 In the bank. Mrs. In her weakened condition Uhrnholdta one plea, hardly distinguishable because of Its weakness, la that her daughter te brought to her. ana Have H Faun V W excuses why could not pay. Involuntary bankrupt Pleads that bills are outlawed. ias habit of disputing bills. Our Rating Bouk b being complied. To give everybody an opportunity to pay, our offices will te opia from 8:30 a m. tona6:80 p. m. six times while this book la being prepared. Malta are opened by dally. Tbe good record followe you. Wo will take pleasure la advising of gbur payment. Call at fltla office or remit by poetoffloe or express money order, bank draft tr check, or registered letter, and X Y Z get oar receipt Merchants Protective Association Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts Commercial National Bank Bulldl ng. Salt Lake City, and 100 Commercial National Bank Build77, 78, IS, 64, 97, 98, ing, Salt I .aka City. "Soma People Don't Lika Us. Francis Luke, General Mgr. tl a Our Proposition well-to-d- WE LOAN YOU AN Electric Flat Iron ON 30 DAYS TRIAL At the end of thin trial period, if the iron is not Batiisfac-toryou may return it to up, entirely without cost to you. If you likf it, pay ua y, FOUR DOLLARS, AND TUB IRON IS YOURS. ORDER ONE TODAY UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAYCO. A DARING ROBBERY. LAW AMUSEMENTS. Silver Platea Valued at 6,000 Secured by Burglars. 1, L I THE OF Rea-cue- Some, Prices at the Oftitiet JUNE 25, HOTELS MOTHER CAST OFF HE OF San Francisco, June ft. General Funston, shone letter to the Fourth of July committee, refusing to parade tba regular troops under hta commend, because ha feared trouble at the hands of tha "unwhipped mob In San Francisco, has led to considerable com moot and criticism, gave out a statement tbli morning, in which he said he meant no discourtesy to the people of Ban Francisco and that, by his reference to tbe "unwhipped mob," he did not mean tbe tabor nntona nor the men now involved In the various strikes. He declared that he at work. had received a number of threatening letters, one of which said he would meet the fate of Steunenberg If he "dared to parade his troops on tha streets of Ban Francisco." Ilia re- the parade, he sal-- waa Kial to allow ail the men asked for are not available and the parading of the others Is inadvisable for naaons stated. . - Sale I Parasols Muslin Underwear Household i ....a Shelf Oilcloth just . 10 BE TfESDAY7 have cleared the one stain from C censure had he been afforded a hearing and allowed an appeal to that tribunal, a Jury of his peers. STREET CAR DONATThe father, it seems, did sot stop to DISCARDED ED FOR THE PURPOSE. as they investigate, accepted things appeared on first impress!- - and startof ed out to kllL Such Sa That Girls Within Ten Milea of executor and to be the right New York City Can Enjoy Judge An Outing. should meet with a check. However much a family may he aggrieved over aa Insult inflicted upon one of their New York. June 24. Discarded perpetrated number or an outrage ears given by the New York street should upon an Innocent girl they company ars beta used City room te Railway there taw while the te appeal summer hotel for (Iris construct a to aa for one doubt or any uncertainty to the guilt of the person suspected. within tea miles of New York city. About twenty of these have been transported to the chosen spot and volunabout My child was burned terribly the face, neck und chest. 1 applied teer workmen from tha ranks of eaat Dr. Thomas' Erlectric OIL The pail aids settlement workers are putting ceased and ths child sank into n rest- them in shape for occupancy. Undertaken by two or three young ful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, -- v women who have for yean been idenHamburg, N. T. tified with settlement work, the new plan is well under way and within two weeks it ia expected there will be a fair steed colony of car dwellers. Ony twenty will be used this season. They will be divided Into suites of two cars each to an apartment one for sleeping and on for use aa a sluing room. Thera will ba one devoted to kitchen uaea for the entire colony, it is expected that tha undertaking will become Girls will pay whatever they can afford, II or 3 a week and tch girl will be permitted to occupy oaa of tha llitla suites for two weeks. Judge W. 0. Loving Is on trial In Houston, Virginia, for the murder of a young man who brought hie daughter, nineteen years of age, home la aa intoxicated condition. The unwritten taw Is to be pleaded and back of the defense are the millions of Thomas P, Ryan. Here is to be a test of what lawyers and money can do in upsetting the regular process of the taw. When a mob executes a man accus. ed of a crime, that te mob rule and Is an Ignoring of the tail. When a father or a husband or a brother have a real or fanded grievance against an Invader of a homo and he kills, that la the unwritten law" asserting itself. Bnt In both cases a grave wrong has been done the mass of the people who stand for taw and order. AT HOME There are cases, such as the killing of White by Thaw, In which the staysr endures a mental strain until he can no longer restrain himself and he fires COMPETITION AND COAL PRICE. to kill, but In the Loving esae It Is different. Judge Loving, suddenly an. Washington Helrad: The vital prin- gered and feeling outraged, sought out MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS, HAS ciple of the government's snlt is the the young fellow who had been with 2 HOUSES DESTROYED. restoration of competition, first, bis daughter and, without due investiamong the eon! producers, and, sec- gation or wtthont suffering at length d ondly, among tire coal carriers. It from the Imaginary wrong, shot to Woman Blown Into a Tree and In Unconscious to alleged la the governments petition death the object of fata hatred. Condition. He could have been mistaken in his .that the coal roads have conspired to btiflle competition among themeel- suspicions. Hta daughter might have Medicine Ixtdge, Kan., June 24. Three distinct tornadoes struck Medicine Lodge late last night, destroying bouses in tha north part of twenty-fiv- e the town. 81a persona were injured seriously and one ia missing. Bo tor as known no Uvea were lost. The first tornado struck Medicine of Lodge, which hae a population about 10,000 persons, shortly after 7 o'clock, Sunday evening, destroying telephone end telegraph wires, which shut off communication with the outside and causing damage. Later two other tornadoes struck, completing the damage done by the Aral The third storm appeared shortly before mid$5.00 Lace Curtain .$2.f9 night. All train service In the southwest was Interrupted by a terrific fall $3.50 Lace Curtaina nf hall and rain which damaged crops. Lace Curtain JL6Q The greater part of damage sustained In Medicine Lodge waa in the northern part of the town. The residence of United States Senator long waa slightly damaged. The . At greatly reduced prices. long family escaped injury. The resi idence of Ralph Faxon. Senator Long's secretary, was demolished, but the family escaped. Other property destroyed includes the gypsum mill and tbe Bants Fb round house. At prices which make them go. Mr Lyle waa the most seriously In- seeking shelter she was tured. While tree from which she was into a rescued in an unconscious condition, Several persons are reported InjurPillOW SUp ed and much damage done to properISO eaa ty in the surrounding country. The mtsatng at Medicine Lodge: Mrs. Bell, an aged woman. Injured: Mrs. May Lyle. Internally, may die. J. R. McCby, ribs broken, skull In Jared. 10c quality 5c MUs Mary Griffith, Internally. Mrs. Morris, arm broken. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. 8aury, bruised. received a big line of We have e Slin re cost of production and transportation instead of a stonoply price, fixed according to other considerations, as at present. Should the government be able to force a resumption of competition among coal carrier and producers, resulting In a reduction of the price of coal, a great boon would te conferred on domestic and industrial users vt that commodity. Perhaps this too much to expect, for even if the government's suit should te successful there would still Jw an Important e lement of monoplj In the control closely affiliated Interests of ninety par cent of the anthracite coal UTAH, Pillows MRS. SAGE direct from the factory. We will give a 15 per cent discount on tin entire line. 20 per cent discount on all the Art Linens. 20c Handkerchiefs ,0c A few Warner Bros. $1.00 and $1.25 Corsets left at. . .29c Bedspreads 93c, $1.45, $1.33, $1.75, $2.23 and $2.50 worth to. . .$3.25 GIVES $25,000. New York, June 24. Mrs. Russell Sage ha sent to the Lincoln Farm Association n contribution of 25,000 to the funds for the pmervstlon of Abraham Uncoln farm and log cabin and for the memorial buildings that will be put up on tbe farm eventually. She baa Intimated to the directors of the association her willingness to give more should it be necessary. LARGEST VESSEL Will Be a 8teamer for the Atlantic, 50,000-To-n Kiel, June 24. Hamburg-America- n line, through Its managing director. Herr Bailln, last werk gave an order firm of Belfast for to the Hariem-Wolf- f a 50.000-tosteamer. The ship will be tbe largest vessel afloat, surpassa ing even the big Cunard liners, and Mauritania. n Lua-htan- ARE TO BE PLEADED IN DEFENSE OF JUDGE LOVING, Who Killod Young Eotoa After Ho Brought Hia Daughter Home in Drink, Houston, Va., June 24. The trial of former Judge W. G. Loving, of Nelson county, for tha murder of Theodora Estes, bob of Sheriff M. K. Eaten, of Nelaon county, waa begun in the circuit court hero today. Judge William Tba trial R, Barksdale presiding. promises to eclipse In sensational incase In terest, the Strothers-Bywater- a Culpepper- Loving, armed with a bery which has occurred within its exclusive confines. Burglars entered tba residence of W. B. Dfnamore, Jr., early Sunday morning and stole silver platea valued nt 86,000 and two violins valued at $5,000. The silver taken weighed about 550 pounds. Investigation shows that tha thieves earned their loot through the woods to the lake and ferried It serosa In one of Mr. Dlnsmora'a boats. From there it la supposed the burglars took n wagon and went to Middletown. Mr. Dinimore entertained a targe party of guests at dinner, Saturday night, and, aa It was late when the festlvltlee concluded, the family plate was not restored to the stroug boxes Immediately. In aome way the thieves became possessed of this Information and their raid followed. .Many of the chasing residents spent Sunday around the country In their automobiles on a burglar hunt, hut their efforts were fruitiest. UTAHNA THEATER. ill Changes Every Saturday HISTORIANS AND ALL HAVE MADE Mat PRICES oa grtMtaailOOp SOCg S00 100. 20 MATINEES New York, June 24. Dr. Charlca Godfrey, of the adjutant general's office, national guard of New Jersey at Trenton, haa discovered, It Is stated, that the records of the state and of the nation, besides historians have mistaken the name of a signer of tbe Declaration of independence, whose pen marks are legible on the famous document and whose portrait hang In the state bouse at Trenton. The government aqj state record! and historian! have It that the signer In question waa John DeHart of New Jersey, whereas the signer was actually John Hart. John DeHart resigned from the Continental congress aa a member REDMOND'S BITTER TALK. from New Jersey, June 1, 776, whereas John Hart waa elected to the Conaa Irish What tha te Warned England tinental con yress from New Jersey, Will Do. June 22, 1776. Hart signed tbe dec4, 1776. Dublin, June 24. John E. Redmond laration with others July delivered an address at Wexford today Channcey Ford, chief of the division at Washington, has at the ceremony attending the unveil- of manuscripts Dr. Godfrey declaring the ing of a monument nf Wexforfliana written to and who fell at the battle of New Rose, records wrong on this point in 1798. He gave a defiant warning to thanking Dr. Godfrey for having given Hart's memory the honor rightly British statesmen, saying; "We tell England that we hate her due It at a signer of the Declaration rule us bitterly as did our forefath- of Independence. ers when they shed their blood on INDIAN DROWNED. this spot. We tell her that we are aa much rebels to her rule today aa our forefathers were In YS. We tell Lawrence, Kas., June 24. Romaldo her that, she can change that hatred Chavez, a Pueblo Indian, aged 17, a only by granting freedom, and so long member of this years graduating as she withholds freedom It will re- class at Haskell Institute, waa drownmain merely a question of expedien- ed In the Wakarsa while swimming. cy how and by what meant we will The body was sent te Hillsboro, New strike at the power that hoida our Mexico, for burial. country in bondage. HEAVY GOLD EXPORTS. CARNEGIE OFF FOR THE HAGUE New York. June 24. Heldettisch, Kiel. Germany. June 24. Mr. and Icklehelmer A Company and Laxard Mts. Andrew Carnegie started for Free res each engaged 817,000,0(10 In The Hague at 6 o'clock thia morning. gold for shipment to Parle tomorrow. Emperor William during the day vis- This makei the total gold exported ited the Japanese and Argentine war- and engaged In this export movement, 8223460 JW0. ships la these waters. TWENTY-flfT- ST. H ; -- Men's t Furnishing Goods and Notions of all kinds - FancyCashGrocerxes Wines and Liquors Nickelodeon 2410 Wash. Ave. Latest Motion Pictures Hear the Illustrated Sengs. changes Monday, Programme Wednesday and Friday. Continuous performance from I p. m. to 5 p. m and 7 to 10 p. m. Admission five cents. Don't miss tt. The sxcluolve act entrust na with the Our work laundering of their linen pleases them. No matter how critical yon may b yon wul find the Ogden Steam Laundry will picket yon. Wa render A Na 1 service. Meet Me at AS TO ONE OP THE SIGNERS OP A FAMOUS DOCUMENT. Hart and Not John DeHart, Signed the Declaration of Independence, 155 lues. EVENINGS Two Performance 7:30 and MATINEE Dally, Except Sunday, at S:I0i A MISTAKE John Domoto & Co. . - double-barrel-a- shotgun, instantly killed Estes while he was unloading a car of fertilizers In Oak Ridge, on April 22nd. The shooting was the sequel to a buggy ride taken oa the evening prior to the home of the homicide by yonng Estes with Elizabeth Loving, tha ntaeteen-year-oldaughter of Judge Loving. The girl, when brought home, it developed, had been drinking and it la alleged that her escort bad been maltreating her. Acting under the impulse that hta daughter had been dragged und assaulted. Judge Loving Immediately went In search of Estes. After the Hs shot him on sight. shooting the judge said he shot to kill. Every drop of blooJ in my body called for vengeance. I would have gone hundreds of miles to kill him." Backed by the Trillions of Thoms F. Ryan, of whose Virginia estate he has been overseer for a number of years, and with powerful political influence, every power known to the legal fraternity will be availed of in the efforts of tbe counsel for the defense to acquit Judge Loving. The plea of the defense will be emotional insanity and the unwritten law." The relatives of young Estes, whose family connections extend to the governor of this state, will exert every effort to clear the memory of the dead man from any stain of wrong-doinMiss liovlng, who has lived In seclusion since the tragedy, appeared In public yesterday for the Brat time. talesmen has A venire of sixty been summoned. d New York, June 24. Tuxedo park Is much agitated over n daring rob- Ogden Steam Laundry &e DEN Phone 427 25th Bt 174. 370 25th St. MITCHELL BROS. FOR MONUMENTS. - -- carloads of Just arrived marble and granite to ssleet from. Dont buy from agent as they, got large commissions and yon have to pay them. Place your orders at on os. YARD OPPOSITE CITY CEMETERY. S Tbe Memphis Automobile Club, haw Ing reorganised, hae taken a determined stand against speeding by its member and; under the rules adopted. the clubmen will te required to conform strictly to the state and city ordinances. ia the character of tha transfer service wa supply our patron Prompt, reliable and at low cost Any time yon any wan ba oa year job and handle It expeditiously and well. ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Fhcns your 22-fo- Ogden Turf The killing of a man In London and the Indictment for manslaughter of the woman who ran the car that struck him haa aroused a lively discussion' In the British capital aa to whether women should drive motors Exchange at all form The latest and moat of government sick insurance Is being considered by Holland, and la now te fore the second chamber of the states general. The proposed Insurance ia obligatory and extends to all laborers employed regularly. It la announced that the total coat of the American Federation of Labor's political campaign last fall In the congressional contests waa officially 326 Twenty-fift- h St California and ".Eastern races. Direct wire for aH sporting events. - .