THE ..MOKXINO ITAIl. (MilUX, EXA.MINT.i:, JIAILTI SATPKMAY, FOUND Wrights Basement Bargains for Today 117, ;:o, 5 SEEDS DEAD BY HIS nf Stvnger. iM f. louver I'nios depot int rly superintendm ir Hit IVir.t isviflc division of it- l ruetrii' railroad. ha. been 1: j.;? nji'nuu;i dent of the Rio Uriin.i- - Wraiern vt the Denvr:' Uu tiiand.-ay.iem- . A . E. who ha 'ten acting general giiiriinieiulfiu 01 WM. WARD OF NORTH OGDEN i!i her-atA entire ;tem, r tv KILLS HIMSELF. xuiierlnteudent of the IVmvr tt K11 n the mem. gup iiiande dlvi.ion of eriniendent Riengcr nuivwci. Grot go Cut Hie Own Threat With a A asor liriser. who haa reniul irmn the and Then Strangled te Death employ of the Rio flrau.le 10 aeopt in a Barn, a poaiiiou with the Colorado i. Southi - e have a full line f Carden and Flower Heed in pack-ajieAlisoluit-lfiveb, ax we never carried weeds before. Also a full line of Harden Tools, conninticg of liake, line, ypadt-i- . IMgging Fork. Harden lloae, Children Ladies' Hots, etc., at SON s. t , :. Something new again Monday. Every day you will find some remarkable offering which will pay you to notice. And ihcrc .When we advertise unusual wiU be no disappointments. all who come. We deliver bargains we will have plenty to supply those from any other goods from the basement as cheerfully as ern. 2476 Washinston Ave. At the end of a derrick rope, the Henry Bird, while feeding hit pet body of Wllilsm Ward, of North OgEagle Thursday. caught by den. son of Bishop Janie Ward, was and hla left hand srierely Th. taloiu ent through the fouud at 8:40 a. m. yesterday by his hand. Hla arm .welled to twice ita 11 year old son. The body was wanu natural also and medie.l attention wat aud twitching when the little bo necessary. Bird hn had the eagle opened the barn door that Ward enfor auino time, but ha, never been in- tered Just a few minutes before. Quickly glvlug the alarm, neighbors jured by It before. were summoned, who cut down thi wlugtug body aud carried it Into the Harry Ponton, who waa arrrated at house. Evanetun. Wyo., on Wednraday on a The news of Ward's death came as charge of burglary, jeaterday pleaded a severe shoeh to the community In guilty to tho charge of petit larceny which he lived. He waa held In the in Juitlce of th. IVace court at Sandy, and aa aenteneed to highest esteem by his friends and acala mootha In the county Jail. Fen- quaintances The family, of which he waa a member, Is one of the beet ton, who la only IS rear, old, togeth er with n companion, Peter Han ten, known in North Ogdea, having been broke Into n aaloon at Sandy on Keh. associated for many years with the S, looted a slot machine and carried welfare and material growth of the town. away several bottles of whisky. Hasten waa anwated and sentenced to six Judged by country standards, he months Imprisonment. Fenton suc- was one of the wealthiest farmers In Weber county and ranked as one of ceeded In getting awwy. the most successful fruit, growers In hie home town. Hla mother end was Pilcher detained the Mary at when Informed of hi sudden county Jail yesterday and will ba tak- lather, en before Judge J. D. Murphy In tha death, were overcome with grief. Sheriff Behring ea notified. In municipal court, at which tlmo a bond will bo fixed to Insure her an aranoe company with Deputy Barlow Wilson at the trial of Frank Denman, a mar- he drove out to Nwih Ogden. With ried man, who waa arrested F.b. II, Justice D. C. Shupe, an examinaikm waa made of Wards body and the in company with Mias Pilcher. Danmethods selected to aud his life, which in an was released noma time ago under 1750 bonds. Hla case win bo resulted in the oonduston that no Called Tuesday. According to th-- i inquest waa necessary aa everything Pilcher woman, Denman ha a Jumped connected with the lamentable affair ruchla bail bond, pointed to A clear cane of self-deth-ui- rd part of the store. A Few Wheelwright Bros. Mer. Co. Specials for Today hire. Iareona was a rr rated yes- Without any warning she demanded terday while rivaling a disturbame her pay la advance aad whea isfusotl at the residence of P. Herrick n proceeded to batter la dears and slain Twenty-sixtthat thinks arouad la fine otyla. lira. Hereirvet. It appt-arhe went to tho llrrrick retd deuce this rick was ao upset that a physician waa morning to asslet In the house work. called ht attend her. s h THE HANAN nt tion. Mra. Alva Sebrlug will entertain the Ogden Historical society at l:lu o'clock Saturday afternoon at her home, at tho county court house. y C. Ounnall returned from Oolurado, whero be went ten days ago 10 aeo hla lick brother. He arrived at Colorado Springs after Judge Gunnell had panted the point of ability to recognlae any one, though death did not occur until two days later. Volnoy yaa-terds- . Edith Hoffman announces an exquisite showing of Imported Pat-tuHats Friday and Bsiurday, March llth and Ulb. Second Floor, 8. J. Burt A Bros. Mina . No fuaa, no mugs and no dual when Good Coni. Both you use Lewis Phones 141. ( Tha Spanish 'War Veterans were visited by tho State Commander ou Thursday .veulng. Delayed Sale of Embroideries Begins Today Mra. Manning,!. 415 Riverside avenue, haa returnedafter a seven-week- s visit to her daughter, Mrs. Pauline Walker, In Oakland, CaL Two complaints have been filed by Maglnnlt and Corn, one for tho Lind ay Bltton Livestock Co. against the Union Pacific Railroad company for da magus alleged to have $2,5117.79 been caused to sheep In transit, and the other for Richard Anderinn against the Consolidated Mereur Min Ing Co. for $275 insurance alleged to be due. ' 5,000 .yards a shipment which should have been here January. st The tardy shipment makes the price lower, much lower. 5,000 yards Bouncings, corset cover embroidery and baby sets in swiss and nainsooks. Shirt waist embroideries of every kind. 1 Sharp reductions beginning today. j Hats Engineer Hee Been Engaged For Nearly Four Yearn on tho Work. The state engineer has about completed a hydrographic survey of the river eyatera and weler source of Weber river in this state, says The Tribune, and la now engaged In finishing t ie map work and completing the hydrographic records. He baa filed with clerk of Weber county a written In the Name of Sense,. that good common sense of which all of us have a share, how can you continue to buy ordinary soda crackers, stale and dusty as they must you can get be, when for Uneeda Biscuit fresh from the oven, protected from dirt by a 'package the very beauty of which makes you hungry. ' RHEUMATISM IS EASILY W RJ GET $ WEBER RIVER SURVEY elk months after the first publication of the notice, setting forth their respective claims to the uk of water. A failure to file luch statement of claim to the use of any portion of the water of such river eyetem within six months after the first publica- tion of notice shall forever bar tho person from sqbsequeiUly a.sertjng any rights to the nae of water of the river system or water course in question. At the expiration of six months after the first publication of notice by the clerk to the water users, the district court of the county In whlcn the statements of claims have been filed may appoint a referee or referees, not to exceed three, to take and determine the rlgbta of claimants to the use of the water, as In other caeea In equity. The hydrographic survey of Weber river system and water course U the first river water ifriem to he survey- ed under the statute dividing the state Into water divisions and districts, by the state, engineer. The work waa commenced some four years go, and now1 the rights of water users have been ascertained and will be equitably apportioned (or all future time. The counties of Summit. Morgan, Weber and Davis are affected by this work of the state la permanently' adjudicating the equitable rights of all rartlea Interested. To complete the work the lest legislature passed house bill No. 172, by which le appropriated $2,50(1, $800 for completing the hydrographic and division records, $1,500 for tabulating all of the water claims on the Weber river system, $290 for referees and stenographers, who 111 examine these inapa end division records aid collect such verbal evidence on the ground aa to make a fair determination of the rights of all the Individuals and corporations diverting water from that stream. AUTOMOBILE offers ihe ease of soft, pliable leather and the elegance of smart styles; made permanent by the very best material and skilled workmanship SHOE CO. DEE-STANFO-RD SOLE AGENTS d Main floor. statement setting forth the fact of the completion of such survey, together with the names and office addresses of all person,, corporations 'and asaoda-tlon- a using the water of the river or water course. Upon filing the statement by the state engineer, the clerk of the .court must within thirty days thereafter give public notice that all persona claiming the right to the uso of any water of the river system In question must file a written statement with the clerk of the court within It le believed that Ward hanged hlmeetf during a fit of temporary insanity. Three years ago hla wife, whom he loved dearly, died, leevlng three children, the oldest of whom te sixteen years. The lost prayed hvtv tly upon hla mind and at times ha became ao melancholy that It waa feared he Would de himself bodily Injury. During the past year he brooded over hta trouble more tbaa ever, ao that mental dletreea was made keen by bodily 111 health. Lest night he fell particularly blue end to one of hla neighbors admitted that tbe lots of hla wife waa more than he rnuld bear and that he waa getting weary of enni-lohome night after night, to a home made lonely by the abaence of the one he loved more than Ke Itself. To hie father bo also talked In a peculiar train, ao much so that apprehension was felt over Me condition. Toward evening he felt better end prepared hla rhlldren for n ward em tertalnniMit. After they had left the house, he was seised with an attack of melancholy that left hla mind In an unbalanced state. He talked to e neighbor over the telephone and hie thoughts were expressed Incoherently, He retired, however, at the usual hour, aud did not leave bis room until early thla morning. When tha housekeeper earns to the Ward residence a few minutes after Is o'ckirk she found the eleven-year-ol-d son of Ward attempting to light a fire. He could not make tt burn, so, on tbe advice of the lady, he went te the barn to call hla father who had arisen unusually Ft rly. With a mil deuncss that leh the rhild ntute and almost powerlpm to move, he dlsrever-ethe body In the hay loft at the end RUN. Faria, March 29. The Chinese authorities have amhorlxed an automobile run. organised by L Matin, from Pekin to Fails- - The run will begin June 10.. CURED SCIENCE HAS PROVEN IT SYMPTOM OF FEEBLE KIDNEYS. Here Is a Prescription Try It at Home Get tha Ingredients and Mix Them Yourself, Recent hospital reports show that the dreed disease, rheumatism, is throughout the steadily Inrn-s-lncountry. All known means of relic! are being suggested to save the greet amount of suffering this winter, especially among thdee who are not In a position to pack up and visit the noted belli h resorts to be treated. Reran L teste prove rheumatism not exactly a dlseauf In itself, but a severe symptom of kidney trouble, a condition pores of the elim call eed by clorgtd-ulnative tissues In the kidneys, which fall to filter the poleonoue waste matter end urlr grid from the blood, permitting these substances to remain in the veins and decompose, jioually set tlfng about the Joints a9d musde.i, causing the Intense pain, swelling and stiffness of rheumatism. There are numerous remedies known which many persona believe will relieve this suffering aallcilal of soda, colchlcum. potash, etc. but the'! drugs are terribly hard on lbe Horn aeh, often ruining this most Important organ, xnd they fall ag often a they relieve. n A specialist, who haa probablv treated more cases of rheumatism than anyone else, and who Is also the most successful, gives the following simple vegetable treatment, which is harmless and Inexpensive, and so simple that anybody can mix li at home. The Ingredients are: Fluid Extract f ounce; Compound Dandelion, Kargon, one ounce; Compound Byrup ounces. Go to any Sarsaparilla, three good prescription pharmacy and get these vegetable ingredients and mix them by shaking In n bottle, taking a a dos a teaspoonful after. etch meal and again at bedtime. There is nothing better In the worn! for backache, kidney end bladder aa trouble, ton. Such symptomsenrraeaa. and painful urination, deweakness, gsnsral and nervous and bility are'caussj by certain aetda l poisonous wste matter, decayed sne, etc., in the Wood, which the kid fo teys will clear and purify after a doses of this prescription. g p well-know- one-hal- 9 of a rope. forty-fo- to criee for ' help. Charles Jones. Nathaniel Ward and Eugene Jenkins hurried to the hern, cut down tho body end carried It into the house. Life wee extinct before they arrived. The proper author. Itiee were notified. Ward left hie house attired In trousers and shirt. He climbed to the top of tbe barn derrick about forty feet from tho ground floor, fastened tho trip rqpe to tbe Irod machine ao that It swung free. Ha then gashed his throat with a rsxor and ru4 a long alit too high up and not deep enough to cauee death. Tbe rsxor was found folded end blood stained on the loft floor. It le presumed that before using the knife be tied the rope around bla neck and, cutting hla throat. Jumped far out. Tha fall did not break hla neck, so that death must have resulted from strangulation. Ward was horn In North Ogden and was 29 years old. He le survived by three children, a father and mother, even brothers end three sisters, all of whom live el North Ogden. He waa. considered a model cHlxen, and waa known to have been a man especially fond of hla family and borne life. He lived but to promote the happiness and welfare of hie children, and those who knew him Intimately assert that nothing but an unbalanced mind have prompted him to ta$e hls own life. While he wee known to have considered life unbearable on account of the lose of hie wife, he Informed hie relatives that hla children were to be considered before anything else. In response WHY BE SICK? w ( tSann CONSULTATION FREE Guarantee Speedy and Absolute Cures In Cases We Aeeept IV0 Dr. Elliott, 2356 Heron tbe street from old Htaad w at Washington Avenue. JESSE J. DRIVER STORE BOBBED The, Moulding Grocery end Batcher at 2701 Washington avenue, waa burglarised Thursday night by thieves who obtained meat and groceries In In quantities at present unknown. pennies fifteen cents were taken from the till. Entrance waa gained by smashing Id two panes of gloss In a rear window. To get out of the store the robbers unbolted the front door, pried open a catch and left the dour open. shop, It wee found unlocked by the proprie- tor this morning. The till, un old fashioned one. waa totally ruined by being smashed from Its piece, pried open end otherwise broken. Nothing alee In the building was damaged. A partial estimate of the foes la thirty pounds of meat, several buckets of lard, cuts of choice steaks.snd pieces of roasting meal, a quantity of tobacco, bottle and can goods, and a liberal portion of confectionary- - The and are enpolios have beoe notified deavoring to trace the rohbenr to torero! auspicious eharaoters that have been tinder police eurvellllance for a number of days. Louis Campbell, a colored boy. was robbed of some loose change and a check on n local bank Thursday night. . Wishes his many friends to know that he is still in business, and nicely located at. 2275 Washington Ave. You are especially invited to call and see him at his . new location . .