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EXAMINES: POPES, PTAfl. MORMEfO PEOPLE OLD EXAMINER ANOTHER MOTHER OF HOLD UP CHILDREN ENJOYING ItUPWNtt TH PREPAY, AUQCSt 1, 1907. during which Nelson gave Britt ib elbow and floored him. The crowd yelled Its disapproval. The men wen; at it hammer aad tonga. Nelson landing a hard right to Bnti'a body as the (Continued from Page One.) gong rang. It was Britt's round. Round 15 Nelson followed Britt around the ring and received a hard boy. Jimmy. Round k Brin staggered Nelson left clout to the face. Britt then drove two wicked lefts to Nelson's Jaw, comwith left hook and ahort right-anJolts to the jaw. As Nelson missed a pletely turning tbe Dane around. He left awing. Britt brought th blood followed (his with another left to the nose with three hard face and (bey fought to ctoae quarters. from Nelson left to that organ. Then Britt backed Referee Welch prying them apart. away aad continued to pepper Nel- Britt backed about tne ring, landing son's face with left and right awing. hia left to the Danes Jaw with lolling The Dan shook hia bead and went effect and regularity. He continued in nil the Gut, without, however, this to the close uf the round, which Tha stemming the rain of btowa to the found tha maa in a clinsh. face. The round ended with the hon- crowd waa again on its feet, yelling for Britt. I'p to this time BrlU had a ors Britt's by a clean margin. Round 8 Ihe crowd cheered Brlit clear lead over the Dana. Round 16 They fought ineffectualaa he arose. They went In close and Britt, backing off, shot two left to ly at close quartan. Breaking, Nelthe Battler's face. He followed it son uppercut with right to the Jaw with a left to (he jaw and right to the and then butted with his head. The same place. Nelson, maddened per- referee pulled ihe men apart aad ceptibly, fought back end landed twice Britt swung hia left to the head. Again with the left to the face. Nelson near- they closed in with Kelson Inclined to ly sllppped to hia knees from a mis- butt. Nelson sent Butt's head back and then aent spent punch and aa he came in Britt with a right to the Jaw Nelaon fought whipped bis left with great force to hia left to the face. the Jaw. After tome sparing Britt, strongly, forcing Britt to a corner. The barking away, drove ?: left thrice to elusive Californian, however, sent the tbe fare and varied it with a couple Dane to the center of the ring with of right awing to the face. Nelson a succession of rights aud left to the cloned In. only to he n target for face and head. Britt'a round. Round 17 The boxers closed in. Britts unerring left to tbe face. Nelboth holding to some extent. Britt son went to bia corner with a battered face aad Britt smiled grimly aa be staggered Nelson with n left swing to soughth his corner. It wae Britt's the Jaw and they rllnrhed. Separatround by a big margin and he received ing, Britt landed right and left to the a tremendous ovation aa he took hia jaw and easily avoided the Dane's atseat. They clinched tempt at retaliation. Round 10 Nelson endeavored to and Welch separated the men. "Go get to ctoae quarters, but the Cali- in, came the injunction from Kelfornian was too clever. He backed son's corner. Tbe Dane obeyed, but away and drove two rights to the was met with a left to the face. Nelhead and followed it with three lefts son drove hla right to Britt'a stomach to the same spot. Britt clearly out- and Britt staggered Nelaon with a left pointed Nelson at every turn. Again awing, followed with a terrific right stepping away, Britt shot hla left to to tha same place. Then Britt sent the face twice, and then uppercut the blood spurting in a stream from Britt laced Nelsons mouth with a fearful left with right to the Jaw out with left, landing on the nose and Bmash to that member. The gong bringing the blood afresh from Nel- rang and for tlie first time the Dane son's nose. Britt then shut two raking showed signs of weakening. Round 18 Britt crossed hla left to lefts to the nose and the gong cloned the ear and then shot hla right to the a round that waa all Britt's. Round 11 Britt staggered Nelson nose. A left hook to the mouth again with two right to the face. Nelson started Nelson bleeding. Britt sent forced the fighting, however, bat in- a straight left to the face, and then variably Britt met him with left and swung hia right to the Jaw. Nelaon right abort arm blows to' the head forced his man about, only to receive aud face. Although Britt outpointed a telling left uppercut to the mouth. Nelson In this round. Nelson forced A. straight left to the mouth waa folthe fighting throughout the round, and lowed by two right swings 'to the same Britt contented himself with backing place and the Dane was forced to away and meeting the Dane with long cover up an-- stall. Britt staggered hla man with a right to the head, and distance swats. 12 Nelson forced BrBt then sent In a left hook .to the body. Round gain it the ropes end landed hla left Britt continued to pepper his man in and right to the face. They worked the face, retreating without a blow to th center of the ring and Nelson from hla antagonist finding lodgment. went to hla knees, partially from a Britt swung right and left to the jaw allp and Britt's Impetus in hla direc- and staggered Nelson aa the bell tion. They mixed it victoualy, Britt tolled. It waa all Britt. Nelaon'a outpointing the Dane four to one at right eye waa nearly cloaed at the close range. Nelson kept forcelng end of the round. Round J 9 Nelaon sent Britta head the fighting, and waa met time and again by left and right to the Jaw. back with a straight left to the month. Britt fairly smothered hia man with The crowd hissed Nelson for what left and right amasbea, and Nelson they believed was butting. Nelaon tottered about tha ring like a beaten forced Brlit around, but Britt stopped man. He hung to Britt and nt times, him with a well directed left and right butted the Californian, for which he to the Jaw. Finally at close quarter waa warned by the referee. The bell Britt landed a right that looked rang and Nelson apat blood aa he went wicked enough to put out an ordinary to hia sett. Britt brought the crowd man, but Nelaon never faltered. Neb to its feet in this round and clearly son sent In a straight left to the face, earned the honors. but Britt forced him to cover up with Round 13 Britt, fighting carefully, right and left swings to the sore face. landed twice with lefts to the Danes Britt fought back victoualy. It waa face at wllL Britt waa very cool and all Britt again. Round 20 They shook hands and appeared to gather strength aa tbe Than Britt shot a fought hard at close quarters. Nelson fight progreaaed fearful left to tha w.omach and followdrove a wicked right smash to the ed it with a light left to the Jaw. Nel- jaw. Nelaon appealed to tbe referee son agafut almost slipped to hia about Britt'a holding on. and the haunches, but waa quickly in fighting they mixed it. furtoualy, Britt having Britt landed two right a bit the better of It. Britt drove Ne-a- n position. ot tbe ropes with several hard awlnga to the Jaw and then a left hook found refuge on the same spot. Nelaon tottered shoot the wings. on hla ring helplessly. Britt wait at hla man Nelson vainly sought to land antagonist hut could not locate him. like a maniac and almoat sent Nelaon "Britt," "Britt, yelled the crowd In through the rope with a right flush unlaun, aa the gong closed a Britt to the Jaw. The gong rang at this round. tage and aaved Nelaon from n certain Round 14 Acting under Nolgn'a In- knockout. Nelaon went to hla corner struct Iona, Nelson, with a determined vomiting and Britt was given the at the end of the round. expression, forced Britt about tha ring. As usual, hla efforts to locate Britt were fruitless and Britt landed several left swings to the Dane head. They Although they failed to get their cloned In and Britt peppered hla man "equal work measure made n law, with right and left Jolta to the face. owing to the opposition of Mayor Mcthe Britt drove Kelson's head back a foot Clellan and Governor Hughes, with a terrific straight right. Britt school teachers of New York City are then shot hla left and right to the likely to have their salaries face and they wrestled for a moment. Blin-NELS- FIGDT ON MORE ABOUT THE FISH n EDITOMAL ROOMS Sait PMW lS.p a FA. ( ring rUNEM OFFICE Iwifwhm II P tiara, f JJ1 ?r riag OLDEST OPERATE ON WALL ENUE. THUGS WOMAN AT GLENWOOD IS M YEARS. Thousand Ptraona Over 70 Wars sing Eatortamad On INSANE STORY THE DAY Yaw-tarda- EXCITING AV- - g, p. Carpantar Told t Held Up Hia Hands Ha OOeys Promptly Paopla 15 Feet Away. SCENES AT THE KER HOME. PAR- - Mother of Seven Children Become Violent and Theeatane t Kill Thom AIL occurred last evening, About 8:30 last evening, the patrol tween 9 aud to o'clock, un ihe corner wagon waa called out to No. 743 Twenty-eiWilliam ghth street by a telephone of 22nd and Wall avenue. announcing that a Mrs. Parker Henry Smith, a carpenter, employed Facifle snopa was (be bad flow into a rage and had threatat the Sou-heened to kill her seven children. victim. Sheriff Mebriug and some of the poMr. Smiih was un dla road home, when he waa met by I wo young men, lice officers went to the scene and to throw up hla found the unfortunate woman in a aud ruuimaudt-He complied promptly and highly aervous condition, and fearing hands. she would carry out her threat, while une held the gun ou him. ihe other rilled hia pockets, getting not even brought her aad all the children to a Jack knife. Within ten or fifteen the police station. At tha station, Mra. Parker became feet of tbe scene, people sat and conversed ou a porch, aud had no Idea violent and insanely dvinonairailvo, immediand was only quieted when a phyai. that a man was being held up clan administered her a polios fur ately ia front of them. furnished her nerves. The officers have ween Mrs. Parker has been acting strangewith a good description of the thugs aud no doubt arreate will folkiw. Mr ly for about six months, but had exhibited no aberration until last evenSmith lives at 139, 22nd street. ing. when the timely arrival of the officers, no doubt, prevented a tragedy. HOLDAJP NUMBER TWO The unfortunate mother will be exMaa and Wif Ware the Victims Thla amined today by a lunacy cummisxlon as to her sanity. Tima. A be- hold-u- p m.e-aam- Up-tdb- livery. e Everything 698. There la one day la the year that makes tbe hearts of the elderly people Tki ! what lha public haa been happy and that U the day christened wf tbr Olf It la Day. long ago as "Old Folk looking for, t)M nproiaf Saalianutn. It taara M11" Tburadar. ihe one day la which old cbunts, coma. friends and acquaintance can come August lkL Eirrj body together and recall their early youth, tell of feata of strength and skill and jlri, Karl Hrhikiti forf a Bountiful, a of Ihelr past adveuiures. vha haa bevw TuningJohn tow day Hilton, No. t(k bar alatar. Mrs. Yosterilay waa Old Folks Jay for last home for her Weber county, in order to appreciate 78. list etreet. the Joe of the rldarl) people one must evening. get aurjttg I him. All Ilia ward of tbla Funeral ser.lrta over the remains stake Joined together, and there are of John C. Ciluien will be held Friday, 87 uf i beiu, to have a outing at at 8 p nt., at the Fourth ward meeting hniue. The remaina may be viewed About ID erlock tha rare began to Thursday evening from 6 to 8 o'clock move and th number uf old people and from 10 to 2 oclock on Friday, at eager to get off fur an outing waa surthe family residence In the Fourth prising. It 1 thought that at least of age 0 year ward. 1,()(N) people above were fod at the park yesterday. Mra. Aareo Ruff haa been v lulling Her gtd there among the tree are in Salt Lake. tables and chairs, aa each ward la takfug care of It own folk.2 oclock a Ogden aanilartum will open ThursYesterday afternoon nt n gala short rendered, after program day, August 1st. This will he which the swarding of prisea took day. Music. Everybody come. R. Ravage, the father of Old place. A stranger, giving his name aa lieu. Folks tay, Phil Marge ia. the na npeelal J. Kali, aad hia nenupnili aad Andrew Jensen were up railfrom Balt latk aa visitors. agent Air tka Rio (itande Western After the program, a light supper way, was arrested last evening and lb o'clock In the yards waa served and tha old folks id the Southern PatlOc, by Night then dispersed. During the day Nlcb-olThe charge Watchman Shumaker. band, augmented by the Hooper placed against Nell la that of ireapaaa bahd, discoursed music to the rrowd. aad nben arrested ha bad a gun upon At press time tbe asardlng of him. priaes waa under way. It la expectedIn that the name nf every person Tbla la what the nubile haa been thla county ever 70 will be forthcomlooking for. tbe upeulng of Ihe Ogdon ing. Yesterday the Fourth ward fed Moat Basil art lira. It tnkea place Thursday the age limit. 78 within August let. Everybody come. probably th prise for the uldeat per eon on the ground will go to Mr, A divorce suit waa Bled In the see-noravanaugh of tbe Third ward, who nttanmon district court yaaterday 88 years old. One of the most pleasing features by lira. Frankie Thorns against John R Thomas. The parties were marof the day was the automobile ride ried October 2. IMid, In thla city. The around tha rtty. Every automobile complaint nllegea that aoun after mar- obtainable in th oily waa pressed Into and all the old people who riage tbe defemtant refused to provide nervlr-efor hla wife and bna maintained thla eared to. were given a whirl around attitude until tbe present. tbs city in the "hunk machine" The feelings of those old veterans, many Orest awarms of Inaecla, presumably of whom had coma to I'tah with the from the lake, Infealed Ogdea last hand-ra- il companies, may not bp denight Thera were myriada of them. scribed, aa they skimmed along In Electric light, window, the eloiblug these modem vehicles. of people upon the nl reels, and even The day waa one of th most th reataurania were nwarniad by la every way that haa ever the fheae Inaecla. They resembled been hU here. The "silver and gold" not lace fly, but. Thank fortuna, were mingled together In one Joyous round vicious like tae mosquito, er a'l Ogden of pleasure and enjoyment. Th street would have me craty before morn- car Itoya were solicitous and and the members of the ing. committees tired themselves out In Teater-laafternoon, aa Dr. Power ministering to the wants of some uf swung around the corner of Grant aad th builder of this commonwealth. Twenty-fourtstreet in hla carriage, After th prises were awarded and be collided with an automobile. No some mild uports hud been Indulged breaktbe was done, eioept damage In, th obi folk were taken to their ing of g shaft oa the doctors rig. homes In street cars, carriages, automobiles and trains. To the program and amusement CONTACT CAMP" committee, consisting of H. H. GodAlbert Hoowcroft, F. 1 Heovllle, According to A. J. Tarliet. who la dard. 11. Goddard, down from the Contact district la tha EL W. Nlrholn and H. due tor the successful great credit orUiera portion of Elko count y, now la the time fur oiieratori celebration. Thera waa only one thing the entire day who expect ground-floo- r propositions that happened during an accident. Mra. Elto get In there.- - Next year at thla that reaembbid len Davla, wife of the late Billy time, be declares, it will be too late, aa tha railroad will then he In and Davis, was overcome with the heat and fell in a faint. prices will be la the sky. Mr. Tarbet Irlze were awarded an follows: lias been In the district since last Febhat, oldest man, W. R. Cole, 0 ruary; He waa first (hare six yetra ago. and ha knows the region thor- years, Roy. oldest woman, Mary Cavnet, oughly. havlug made a rloaa atudy of It from a geological standpoint. His anaugh, 88 years. Third ward. Ogden. 3 China dinner set, oldest couple, business concluded, he will return to married longest. Mark Hall and wife, morrow to I next nr the district day CO years. Indefinite time. an Star fur Hut, earliest pioneer man, Alex "The railroad haa already been July 28. 1847. from Twin Falla, on the Oregon Brown. A Rocker, oldest pioneer woman, Bboit Line, down through to Walla, said Mr. Ellra J. Ensign an.l Almira linker , on the Routhera Pacific, 1848. Tarbet, "and I hava It front absolutely 8 fliiit of rlolhes, oldest member G. reliable authority that building will beA. R., Uiuis Garneau, 77 years. Third gin this fall. From Twin Falla to the ward. Ogden. ramp of Contact la about aeventy-flv7- or ready-mad- e suit, miles; from ('outset to Well la ap- Mrs. Dress pattern 84 years. Ly nne. Depulslr, miles, through proximately sixty I Pair of shoea, oldest continuous country of easy grades and few curves resident nf Weber county, male, lairln Engineers linve been In the district 68 years. Third ward, tygden. making Investiga- Farr, during the 8 Milk umbrella, oldest roniluiioua tions concerning the, character of the mines and tonnage that can be relied resilient of Welter county, female. upon. They left highly pleased with Kiln J. Ensign and Julia A. Smith, what they saw, and I know It la now 38 year. Mecond ward, Ogden. the woman who has the Intention io build with as little had tha greatest n timber of children, delay aa possible. "The ramp of Contort la today just Chcatna Allen Middleton. 14 children. 10 Mult of chit he, the father rf the exactly what Butte was In loan. Its ores are very similar to those of Butte largest nutnler nf children from one and there la everything to Justify the wife. Win. Driver. 21 children. Fifth belief that It will make another Butte. ward, Ogden. 11 Pair of shoe, oldest man who All It now iireda la a shaft or two comcrossed the plitlnx in a hand-car- t J.OQ0 feet deep. There ia a great eon-talode there, which stretches over pany, liana Schow, 82 years, Huntstwenty miles of country In the form ville, 12 Silk waist, nldest wonisn who f a horseshoe. Inside' the formation Is granite and porphyry, and outside Crossed piston in a hand-car- l Ms Hun Bens, 94 years. First It is lime, (tilting the granite and porphyry dykes there Is a system of ward, Ogden. r 12 Stetson hal. oldest Mexican true Assure veins, all of which unloaded with copper, silver and gold. veteran. James (Iweii. 84 eara. Mound e The ores carry- lit jier cent Fort, 11 Bonnet, oldest wife of a Mexicopper and from tliut up. An average of samples taken from sixteen can war veteran. Lucy Coll, 77 yean. claims hv un- - gave returns of Id per West Weber. A Jessro waxlirr. oldest irriga15 rent copper and some gold and sliver. , 58 years, engaged Borne of the ore of the ramp is worth tor. James lntn-Uas much as S,i a ton, and considera- in lirlgaHon. Dm, 248 Nik. Phoara Johnson It-- Glen-woo- d. r, he-tre- s' -- . d , sue-restf- srrom-nmdailD- h 1 Na-vnd- -- aiir-vey- e com-pan- low-grad- ble rock lx now being hauled out of the district by team to Wells. "In the Brooklyn pmpatly. which has opened the ledge in a depth of 50 feet, I took sampies of and heavy copper sulphides a few years ago, before work was suspended and the shaft was allowed to nil with water. It was good stuff and character Istlc of he ores of the camp. ore Is now being shipped from the Hanks mine and a number of the in the very heart of Ihe dispmpertb-trict are either shipping or preparing to. The conservative element in the district, however. Is holding off for tha completion, or rather the building of the road, (hat will cut right through the mines. "The camp an old one. Ore waa h ripped from It to tbe Selby smelter thirty year ago. It la now being revived and the growth it will expe--- . rime thla time will be the wonder of the mining world within a few years. The goods are there; he for marlon ia right: there la water and power fur the world close at howl, and nothing can bead tbe roumry off high-grad- e High-grad- s -- - NEVADA BULLION There Is a certain undesirable element in Ogden, making It extremely risky to be out on some of the street after dark. Another hold-u- p occurred last night shortly before 11 o'clock ou Wall avenue, near the Joha Scow-croA Bona warehouse. A man and hla wife, whose namea could not be learned, were walking In that neighborhood. when two men, nt In point of a gun. orJered them to throw up their hands. Th woman ac reamed, but this bad no effect upon th holdups. who made ready to searrh their victims, when n light waa turned on a poich of a house near by and the thugs look fright and made their ea- CIVIL Marina Firaman Wanted for 1480 Per Annum Other Jobs. ft There will be civil service examination la Balt Lake City, Aug. 21, next, for tbe position of aid In grain bureau of plant Industry, department of agriculture, at salaries ranging from $600 to $1,000. It la expected that appointments will be made at the laboratories at Baltimore, Buffalo, Chicago, Duluth, Minneapolis, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia and 8t. Louis, and (o grain labors toriea la other cltiea as they may rs w. The police were toon on the ncene, le established. Men only will be adbut up to an early hour this morning mitted to this examinotkm. 8am date for the position of computer coaat and bad not (tagged their men. Evidently these two men are respon- geodetic survey, at $1,000 per annum; Aug. 22, for th position of marine sible for both hold-upfiremen, quartermaster's department at large, at $480 per anniinm: alao, FIBE DEPARTMENT BUSY fur knife grinder, government printing office, Washington, at 30 cents per Graaa Fires, Rubbish Fleas, and Palae hour; Aug. 28, for the position of chief engineer, cualodfan service, Alarms Kept the Soya Moving. salaries $1 JKH) at $2,600 per annnum. Five times yesterday the lira da-- 1 partment waa called out. The first was a grass fire belween Jackson aud Van Buran a venues ; the second was a grass flr on Wall avenue between Twenty-seconand Twenty-An- t at roots, aud the third waa a false street. A alarm on lover Twenty-fiftlot of rubbish and dry goods hoses street took lira on lower Twenty-sixtand burned a portion of a fonce. damaging It to tha amount of 13, and to thla place the department mad in The fifth alarm cam fourth run. from box 19, near the I'ntoa Pacific round house, and no one know who turned it In. It was a false alarm. atand-ardlsatto- s. d h SHOOTS AT h DAMAGES ASKED FOR Heated Arguments Before the Police Board Causes Adminlatratria of McCabe Eatat Caused lagea That U- - P. Death. a a a M i Christina Tracey, administratrix of tha estate of William McCalie, deceased. haa filed a complaint through her counsel, Messrs Maginnia, Corn A lie Vine, In which ahe alleged that the Union Pacific Railroad, company, its negligence, caused the through death of McCabe at Cheyenne, June 8. 1907. Damages in tbe sum of $30,-9(are aihed for. McCabe waa employed aa a brake-- 1 man on trains running belween Wyoming and Colorado. He was In the act of coupling the tender to an engine, when h became caught belween the couplings and was crushed to death before the engineer waa aware of hia position. It ia alleged that the coupling of the eugine waa out of order, out of dule and in a general state of dilapidation, which competent in-- 1 spertlon on the part of the railroad company should have discovered, Tbe case is brought under Ihe juris- diet ton of the interstate rommerce law, of recent passage, and will be taken mt nf the Jurisdiction of tbe courts of Wyoming. Pistol to be (Drawn NEVADA ' BASEBALL Kansaa City, July JL Patrolman Harry A. Arthur attempted to shoot Commissioner Roxzelle Just before the police board adjourned toRoxselle was on the witneae day. stand, trying to Impeach tbe testl mony of Arthur, which had been damaging to Chief Hayes. Arthur interrupted the. witness, and Roxzelle resented tbe interruption in a heated manner, whereupon Arthur atempted to draw hla piatol. Chief Hayes disarmed Arthur and quiet waa restored. Earlier in the session Commissioner Gallagher called Chief Hayes a liar when the latter told the board that Gallagher'i son had 'used hla fatheri influence to secure Insurance business in saloons and disreputable resort. Detective Bert Braunan, who bad supplied Hayea with the evidence against Gallagher's ion. then rushed forward and called Gallagher a liar. It required the active efforts of Mayor Beardsley and several officer to restore order. ON Cntrovarsy Commenced By Rival an Appointive Office Stimulated By Newspapers. R te Editor Examiner. Dear Sir: In defense of truth. 1 bog leave to use a portioa of your valuable columns, concerning the fish questtou. About two years ago, through a visit uf Senators Smoot and Congressman Hu well, btaie Came Warden Sharp, and other stain dignitariea, a number of the good ciri-en- a f Huntsville became imbuued with a desire to raise fish. Being very familiar with the affau of the Rky Mountain Trout compan v becauae of being Its manager, 1 refer more to it than any other company, though, mainly, tha same coudiiiuu apply to all. We excafatey twenty channels, aliens a great deal of money on thla new venture, and under the direct tons of State game Wlsrden Sharpe, interfered with no state water, but use it spring water, and planted 500,000 , bought from the stale hatchery, at $5 per thousand. However, all fish raisers hold that $10, or even $20 would he nearer the price paid because of short Count and death in transit. Fur a year we guarded and fed them until they became beauties. However, some escaped, for they are indeed hard t fence in. Besides they have their enemies, such as frogs, suakea, snipes, gulls, crane, king Haliers and even some men enjoying borrowing n mess without returning them. What owner would not return hia pasture the sheen which bad strayed to hia neighbor' A controversy arose between field? candidate fur county game wardeu. It did not end even after an appointment had ben made. Newspaper articles were publlahee only engendering qlrife. No good came from them, but people, became stirred up. Biale Game Warden Cromar. hearing the rumblings of storm, told ua to seine out our at rayed flah, end ordered the county game warden to assist ua in this work. 1 hia permission waa given In the presence of at least twenty witnesses. And waa not thie Judgment good? Tha state of Utah haa been well paid for these flah, and Intends to encourage, not destroy the Industry. Because of n controversy over a county office, each party desires to build a reputation and even the city Judge waa accused of violating tbe game law. He did not do ao, was not guilty, and bae paid no fine. We took no part In thla controveray. The people of thla village ere nut law breaker, and do not liko to be claaaed na such. The decision of Attorney Ueneral Broaden and District Attorney Halves-eo-n waa baaed on the hearing of the testimony of one aide of tha case only, and cannot be of any Importance whatsoever, until the case cornea before ome proper tribunal of this land. Respectfully submitted. ADAM L. PETERSON. Butht-i-laud- , fit-h- Marshalltown, la., July 81. The Do City limited and the Twin ipreial, upon the Chicago Great Western railway, colnear this city today. For lided head-otunately the trains were going at a low speed an.l the paanengera escaped Brakeman with a severe shake-up- . Harry Norton waa seriously Injured, The collision is attributed to a mistake by a tower man in an interlocking switch plant. Molnea-Kanaa- e City-Chlcag- o n n OGDEN Ex-Cit- y REPORT ADAM PETERSON GIBES A NOTH-EPHASE OF SITUATION. ELECTION IN MISSISSIPPI. Jackson, Mias., July 81. The primary to elect a United States senator, state and county officials will be held tomorrow. Interest centers In the senatorial race between John Bharpe Williams and Gov. Vardanian. The campaign haa been a strenuous one and both sides claim victory. There are six candidates for governor. - SANITARIUM INSURKCE Plan a Trip East to Total Shows Decrease of About Five Millions Premium and Losses. Teat Thair Prowtsa. Goldfield Fan President Powers, of tha Nevada A pamphlet Just issued bv Secretary of Btate C. 8. Tingey, gives statement of the business transacted In the state by all insurance compan lea in 1900 doing bu lines In Utah. The amount of risks written by the various life inurani-- companies for clller. It Is expected that the trip will the year $ 7.6 K 7,9 19, on which the commence about August 8, and will companies received premiums to the ronttoue until the 1st of September, amount of 81.198.421.68, and paid in There ia un opportunity for Ogden. loaea 1216,184.42. Tbe amount of No dubt arrangement can be made risk shown to he carried in Utah at with Mr. Powers to place Ogden on the close of the year la f 35.549.34 2 J 4. the Itinerary. If such a game, nr seThe home life insurance companies ries cf gamer, can be arranged for, of the state wrote policies amounting it will mightily the base ball to $996,700, received $82,258.33 In faus of tills city and give baae ball premiums, and paid nut In fooaes an toroetiir that will work wonders Fire insurance companies for next scukoii. Come. uw. don't handled bualnes4 to the amount of -let the opportunliv go down the $42,294,582 66 the tost year, which is river." alumt $4,000,000 hsk than th amount Riate Bane Usll league, and several of hla allies are iterfccilng plana by which the Goldfield base hall team are to make a trin through the east, where tiny win play ball with the larger e pb-aa- 1. handled in 19t5. SUMPTER SMELTER. The O. tv A R. company's smeller a; Bumpier. Ore, In again in full hlaxt, after a recent shutdown ocraaioued by a search v of men. Stipe: intended! Ketiti has taken advantage of ihe blowout and visited the varfoUM camps in ihe district, making ore coni rad n with Noreral properties that will insure n steady operation of the company's plant. Among the mines ilitii will ship, are the Columbia, North Pole. Ciriiiiropia. Siatuljrd. Badger, anil Gem 4c Chattanooga, all shipping Nippeno Mining of Nlpton. no ore production : Santa Fc concentrate, and the Standard, EquiMining compan) of Sn-hlighno ore ty. California. Golden Chariot and product I '0; Duplex Mining company. Imperial shipping crude ore. no ore produc'lmi; Quartet .Mining company f showing a net SHEETS RESIGNS. 813.638.22. of yield Balt Lake. .Inly 31. Chief of Police liamhergcr lb- - Lamar ttold Mine rompan. uf IV George Sheet resigned today. He is showing a Ions of $;.3m2.2:'.: Rig under Indictment on the of Tiger Mining mnipanv of Creerem. conspiring whh professional charge twlndlera Nevada no ore production; Moulder to fleece tnuriafa stopping in the cby. Mining an Milling of gearch-!lgh- . Chief Slier: and his rrlenda have n- ore production: Int.wl Zinc Insisted tha' the charges against him Lrd Mining company, vbowiug a loss are unfounded and brought politiof I3.9i3.7t. cal effect. , Ia-rns- I i ' (i TAX. the Minca of Lincoln County Show With Assessor. The following is sn extract of the return! received by Assessor Rucilcr from the different companies hints: in In IJncu'.n county, relative to bullion taxes for the past quar.ei, suys the Plocbe Reronl. Arizona. Mexican Minim.- - rmip.iny of Eldorado Can) on. net yield of ;1.24; l.uck Dutchman Mining company uf Crescent, no re Bran-Might- SEBVICE EXAMS. QUESTION ru'-pai- fr 54 The losses paid by fire insurance companies the tutst year amounts to $24:1.640.55: the premium collected, $756,101.12. .Miacclluneons companies lld a larger biilnrs In 1906 than the year before, the policies written apIs proximating $16, 53. 634.35. whli-an Increase of about $2.0on.ooo over the year 1905. The total business In Utah nf al! Insurance companies operating In the stale for 1906 amounts to $69,932.-836.0which is e than In 1905, the figures for that a ear show a combined buslncs of $74,624,122. POWERS TRIAL POSTPONED. Georgetown. Ky.. July 31. The trial of Caleb rower, charge 3 with complicity- In tbe ntunler of Senator William Goebel, haa been Indefinitely postponed. Following the aetl.'n of Special Judge Robbins in vacating the bench, ihe attornev could not agree on a sultaldi- man io try the ease, and Bobbins adjourned court. Tbe trial will not he proceeded with until Gov-ernur Beckham app InteJ a new Judge. - This will b 1 the first formal opening this popular resort has had Music will be furnished by Nichols' Band and Short's; Orchestra. Mr. Kurtz will have everything in readiness and the day can be spent in real enjoyment. BSgBallQ&id AsG&Btsi&n --- --- AT 7:00 O'CLOCK This will be a most beautiful sight, at the mouth of Ogden Canyon. There will be one continual round of pleasure, all day long.