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EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROCMB I nos pendant 'Phona Sell 'Phon. two rings BUSINESS OFFICE Independent 'Pncoio Bell Phone, one ung EXAMINER: MORNING THE An order hen been issued liy the operating department. uf the Southcna Pacific whereby it a irain leave NAME DELEGATES TO AN- Meets in Salt Laks This Week to Name tha State Ticket. Rescue. la-ei- the sieged wife last nigbl a: He "got hands of hi wifi a l.iulbu. punched his fare a1mor in a jelly, and caused the man liuriy lu basic for prigeclUin. Brown ia nne of t Ik- - Has thaT cuiur a tery jealous U hi wifi- when he i drunk. Early riuuday eiehtiig be was arrested for assaulting a young man because he spoke ! H'own wife. He gave bail and was - lea-e- d About ( o'clock yeoicrday nmruiiig be s gained entrance io hU nifi-in the Wundmanst-i- - Murk by ciowiiug through the tranaoiii. and pincewlod to give her anothei iinmer-ctfu- l bealir.g. Officers Farr aud Kelil-he- r responded to n burry up rail aud placed ihe man under arrest, lie was - - Kits-ael- Adis Cruid, daughter of Charles Cross, died this at 2:30 o cluck, of general Decease it was in Iter Path was known throughout the ihe Isle ufiaraoou debility. year and siata ai a mother to the missionaries laboring In London. England. Funeral services will be held from ihe Third ward, meeting house Thursday at 2 o'clock . Several speakers from Halt Lake will lie present. John O'lfearne of lienver. Colo,, is rtf King In the city fur a few days with John McDermott of Ihe Henly house. r new railroad lime card went Into The principal effect at midnight. chHngea were In the Oregon Short Lino and Rio Gramk1 trains. A Members of Weber Camp No. 74 are requested lu meet at Ihe Hall, Tuesday, Oct. 2. ai 2 p. ip., with badge and glovea, to attend the funeral of NeighTeam aro bor Frank Courser. requested to be present in uniform. I.. O. HENINtlF.il, C. C., E. ACTII, Clerk. Twfciity-scvenl- e DEATH OF MRS. RUSSELL Lady Passes Balt Laka. In Away NEW SCHEDULE Friends in Ogden will be palnod to learn of the demise of Mr. Sophia J. Kussell of 264 South Third East street. Salt Lake City. Deceased was a victim of paralysis. The new schedule- - inaugurated by The attack came on Sunday m nuilug. Oe Ogueu Rapid Tranalt company Sept. 21. During eight dayi the IsJ.v went Into effect yesterday morning. remained In a condiFrom 6:1k In the morning until mid- tion, until the filial snmmona on Ocnight the eltlsena nf Ogden will have a tober 1. flftoen-nilautschedule. This la The funeral will be held from the something that veiy few citlec the size Twtlfih ward meeting house Wuilnes-day- , such of Ogden have, that operate g Ort. 3. Frieuda dealring to rtew schedule aa the company Is now giv- (he remains will please call at above ing. address between the hours of 10 and The first cat leave Ihe ends of Ihe 2 o'clock, In and the 6:15 the morniug lines at last one at midnight. Cnder this schedule the laboring people are acWRRANTY DEEDS. commodated In the morning and In the 4 the evening persons attending The following warranty deed were theaters, parties or balls. The first rar will leave the canyon at 7:30 a. m., recorded with the atinnty recorJer: Htiard of education of Ogden to John the first one leaving the sanitarium at 7:45. From Id: 15 a. m. In 6:13 G. Klhlntrom, part of aectton 20, town-ahl6 north, rangn 1 west; 60d. the servlrc to the canyon will ft. pi. W. Mi. Burton ft Hons Co. to Klleu every half hour, while at other Russell, east half of norteast quarter limes the service will lie hourly. Tilts new srhedule gives employ- seel Ion 16. township north, range 2 ment to ten additional men and means west; $:i,!too. an extra expenditure of ahout $3nn per Augusta C. Unhland and other tn It means that every ear In Rnikilph Parr)', part of southwest quarmonth. the company's barns will he pressed ter section 19, township 6 north, range west; C.snti. Into service eighteen hours a day. Tbe John P. HJokluiid and wife to f. If. company has authorised Nuperintend-en- t Halley to give the new schedule a Flewelllng. part of lot 19, Five-acrtrial, and Ihe continuance of II de- plat A; 61.400. George IV. Sprout and wife to Sarah pends upon the patronage it receive Ransom, part of lot. 13, block lu. South by the public. ttroot Car Company Gives a Borvlea Until Midnight. Fftssn-Minut- a last evening tlm fire department was called tn the Third sard meeting house, where a small gram lire had started and anaisod a nunilier of the neighbors, wl turned in the alarm. There was no damage. Frank J. llenderfcliot has been apdeputy clerk in the office of pointed County Clerk Matismn. He succeeds his sister, whose resigns! ioa took effect yesterday. S h I k And LUXUS" is the kind of beer that Doctors recommend. It tastes better because it is better. It is made of the best materials that the world affords and brewed with the greatest care because We know after three generations of brewing just what is best and where to get it We know what facilities are necessary and we have them. We have never considered expense. We know; the absolute necessity of Quality and Purity and we zealously maintain each. We know what fastidious beer drinkers want and we brew LUXUS to suit their palates. LUXUS is a little better than is necessary, perhaps, but LUXUS" is our hobby and that Little Better pays us in the end. A man or his family never changes from LUXUS to any of the ordinary kinds. But LUXUS wont cost you any more than some others. You might as well get the benefit of that Extra Quality. Tell the waiter to bring LUXUS next time and call us up by phone or write and have a case sent home The family will delight in it and thrive on it, too. i. FRED KRUG BREWING CO. OMAHA. NEBRASKA y the flt to the AT THE GRAND. to the and the accotid health committee. A small house greeted The Royal Mr. Flygare Introduced a resolution Slave." which held the boards at Mm that the city engineer be instructed Grand last night. It was one of those to plat out eight arres of land east Mexican dramas where a little Aztec of the cemetery in order that they formed religion and a lot of may be added to the cemetery proper, the pint. The cllmaxeadaggers were good to thus giving the dead more romi. The a certain degree. Frank De Camp aa resoliitlou was adopted. Kl Uie last of tho MontezClaims amounting to $3,161.91 were uma.Aguila, was very good in the part. Euordered paid. nice Murdock aa Countess Inez de Ora. a scheming mother, was fair. Mias Hazel Rice, a clever little maid, gave LEAGUE ORCANIZE a number of good clever Mexican specialties. The balance of the company was fair. New Bowlers Will Be Known as Commercial Bowling League. AT THE GRAND TONIGHT. The bowler of Ogden mel last evenWith a plot that never loses Ita ing at the alleys and organized the on the audiences and a scenic Comnierrlal Bowling league. The fol- grip achievement that made the lowing officer were elected: W. Fred famous. "On tbe Bridge at production Midnight" Ressner, president.; W. C. Camp, sec- hn son ila way among the most retary. The president, together with American plays, and its comF. N. Hess and J. Wilson, will Ogden nuriey,; 2.1511. to this ing city at an early date will will the schedules. The league Tlieron L. Henry to John F. Hnvrop arouse unusual interest. The comlots 111. 32. 38. 24. 1 and Id. iilock lie governed hy the rules of the Westand ezcallence of the scenic pleteness will There ern Howling congress. 41, Ijkevlew addition: flno. has been steadily mainten teams In the league, which will equipment b the management, and they tained first being front are play two sprics. the TRAINMEN CONVENE. the attraction this season j rh present time until January 1. sn-- l with touring an exceptionally strong company, until the Denver. Oct. I. Moie than 4t)o the second from that time including two of the bear comedians of the Kcnson. end In in were the country with the two characattendance today delegates when the woman's auxiliary' of th" ter which are the particular hits of Brotherhood of Bniiwav Trainmen the performance, the professor and GUARDIAN FOR tomened here In seventh hlrnulitl HERMAN OELRICHS the bout black. Plenty- of humor make nessinn. "On the Bridge al Midnight" a most I ant glad that ihe gtivri'ntiier.i is entertslnlng drama and the bridge Net Volk. tlr'. I. IhuI L. Kiernuil, scene Is always immediately recogsi last sIkmii to comjiel railroads io ItiMall air brakes slid other safety 'a lauver of this city, tjilsy was ap- - nized as ii msstenticce of stage Innppliauces." salil Mr. Ray X. Wat-'c- r pointed speilsi guardian fur Herman genuity as well aa a realistic picture ear-ob- l son or Ihe of deep and fine melodramatic Interson. grand mlsties of ihe auxil- Oelricti. the iary. "No meu are In such rnnstaut late Herman t U lrich for the punaise est. At the Grand Tuesday night. danger ns the railroad men. mid wo of pmtocilns hi interests in any suit The appnint-- ' women, especially, ,;hNt may be iirought. JANE CORCORAN WEDNESDAY. appreciate done for their safety. Ii means ' no'll! was nisib- upn the application a great deal tn u. If Ihe railroad of the boy' mother. Whether the i In theatricals as In all other realms. would only keep in repaid the safety siointmen of i guardian for thi- In.l the value is the test. The merit of a - for the eiiuipnicid rarried" hy them it woud puri'iisc of contesting tha production cannot ulway lie judged save ipanv lives all' nr mu is not known. alone by the adject lies In an adiertlse-iiii-ut- . Ail open was lieiil lomgh' To judge the calllier of a piav were made for P. si which on the strength of the pres RAIN AT MOBILE. H. Mnrrl'-'.of the grand tti:i'crepresentative's rhetoric would lie the liroihi hood of Railway Trainmen. height of folly. The teat Is what tell, Mr. Amy linnuiog of Port Huron. lain and Jane I'orruran. who will appear at Mobile. Oct. 1. The cnminucil the Grand on Wednesday, has stood Midi., and otlo-r- . night which set in last 'hr uigli the greater part nf ihe day the acid test of a dUcrlmlnstlng public as a star that poxetg talent .rail in used much loss and groat disRUSSIAN ATROCITIES. comfort. By noon the total jiivrlpitu-- t by none, and equaled hy few. Mis Corcoran will best be remembered was close to four iiiclies on ion Ki tieasme' y sov rut hud in the city its ns the feature for the past two Keasons were irii-i-l here iminv on Ihe every building and this means an: In Ilie Herald Square theater success. roof damaged nearly charge of having iicvnsraicd the csiale all nf them was Her manager. Arthur Imdl" "Pretly Peggy. leaking of M. Krivosliem. furnicrly mlnis'.er Streams f were pmiring iiit.i C. Alston, feels asstned thst he haw se;i'rr of railroad. the federal ImlMing emed for her this season a ptay that Hiij three were ihirtv-fo- the city i to while his star talents, was drenched and Mayor l.yon wore is heat sui-eWi re a qudicii hi tin in hi office to keep the water nml therefore can offer an attraction Tintiia! hroiiirh! cm a rcclial of off tha: fell 'hrough the ceiling. Busi- that will lie lnrgrr. grander and better 'lie horrible a'rocliles commlited by ness men wenalmost in despair early than ever bef.ue. The excellence f 'hiumn rhe accused. The In the day many of them , iler'nring ;h play, the enlarged company and. chief of 'he dis'.rlri, accompanied by that the ronriniia'inn of :hc min a m-outfit cf scenerv is eliMring a dc'nclino'ni of Cossacks, reached would imi-rl- i their s'ucks of much favorable comment froth the destroy . soon after the devaata'i-mthe ctn-pres and the name Jane Corcoran I Is Much .uffering good- All :li- - peassnis tin the ground were down : lii lur where "it.""" pmpii- - arc n sy nonynt for par excellence In the No iqvestiga-'oa: once g.vhercd in theatrical world. Therefore when we h incles nn.! wav made. The chief invited pries' state "that .Tart- Corcoran Is ronilng the last nurrament to 'U iiigii i said. Her leading rapport in PAY TAFT. TO THEIR RESPECTS the and then ordered The win be .lame m. Brophy. who Is well Cossarhs 'n heat them all to dcaih. known a an actor of and I'i( butchery las'ed for four hour litvana. ti." 1. Th- - mcuil-cof experience. rweniy-tbiethe Miiuvni" i nun called ,v the .ran-liopcHsanra were killed an-I.-7."i The Cossack were mutilated. this morning to pay :hi-- r respect UTAHNA THEATER. then thoroughly Tired out. compelled tir Governm T.ift. who had rone to i i tn cominue flogalng each ihe pHvtirtpa'e in the nn Th- - I talma stork entered tithe: and men had to he: their own imal The gnvrrn--- i tnsile a up ni I's third week company on Sunday evenbrothers, son and ra'hers. The vic- speech at 'ni- opening of rhe ing in a version of Marie Corelli's tim of This s'.angher Were inniveni. wh'ih w .is cpthusias-lcallup "Thelma." The is up to 'hose rca'ly aullry having escaped by plauded In :i audience. Including It usual standaiJ. company and the staging nf In spit of these revelation, the leading people of the cipi-al- . who the piece waa good. he court fbund sentences as retutiyii cheered Mr I'aff. the I'nitcd S:a'es H. B as Sir Philip Bruce Si'ov e. and FtTPideir ftoooevelf. Krrinaton gave a splendid InterpretaMet Finn no F. of the dis- tion of the party, lie is becoming a i Vt.i'.ir Wiia; are you dnlrg here, armament passed 'he favorite among t:-theatre-goerof r man? Pino the city. Frederick Moore, another nty ;i!av in the ramps of ntnm. Bal'tnmre I Guerra and Castillo, comph-'infoe vict Time, ih" fsvpnte. a Olsf Gtildtnar. the oi'l ii. . r ilisir-ntPn anmniep's. a very good. Ilia portrayal railroad committee,com millet- p Miss Ella Rous of In the 60 Twenty'- Halt guest of Mrs. King at ll rat street. A meeting of the Republican nominees was held last evening. In executive session, to consider campaign plans. A marriage license, was Issued late yesterday afternoon to John H. Orten, aged 26. and Ethel aged 17, both of CfiieaierileU. Ida. Wedding Gift Time Again wedding invitations arc to come tn and doubtless you are wondering whai ynu can get for the bride and yet not too THE 1 e SPECIAL NOTICE BJDF R- - 68 T. NO. of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen are requested to meet at the K. of P hn II. Tiitisday. October 2. IflfMI. at 2:30 p. m.. to attend the funeral of mir late hntt.hei. T. F. Coursey. Funeral to lie held at the residence. No. 43 25th St., at 1 AL llOWE, Secretary. p. ni. All mcml-cr- t VISITED THE MINES exiK-mdv- Ton sec, v.e Assume I hat anyone who stops to read this advertise-incn- t Is planning to ni.iko a wedwould du so ding Rift, or si if the occasion arose. Of course, pouplo don't give wedding Rifis don't even In making Xmas presents. Everybody knows them, bin would you fur trade your friends ihclr friends? be absolutely sure get ihe besl uf lis kind, the luiur will hirw It too. The (pislliy uf our gisHi- - is beyond quest inn. ALLOW US TO SUBMIT A FEW SUGGESTIONS . dozen Silver Simons, guud wimlr Llhiiy Cui-- Sugar; x v. ry t'ti-an- i - piece- t arvif.g fy mo.d on S- F TLvU appic. C7 wlk s Kutl-tuln- c wi-n- - - i'.oo-fnu- wen-lisped- SPECIAL K01ICE 1. A. TO B. OF R. T. nxi!- incn'bcis .if the Ijul"-- ' the Kro'herhued cf Itiilr-ia-in tmi-- h Tialnmeii are i) i tv l":. 2. of P Hall. Tuovdxy. . to atend the fuiicr:il T. Ihthi al F Cou:i. to he 4 S41 at No p in. 2'th 8t.. dcncc, F.I.3IA M APES. Miwrcs. K Ht 3 p tn Wash. Avs. of the role of the old man with old traditions was exceptionally clever. The difficult role of .Selgurd. the hunchback in love wit ll Thelma, was In the capable hands of Zellah Covington. Chris Moran and Seldy Roach as George Igrritner and Sir Francis Lennox, respectively, were up to their usual pleasing standard, as was A. R. Harvey in the role of lxird Winsley. Robert Gault In the double role of was good. Driggs and Valdeinar, Thelma. In tbe capable hands of Rose Wllhur. was very grind and favorably received. Pearl Either' Lady Wins-lean unpleasant role, was . Ret, by Mrs. Bittner, and Louisa, by Maynie Hightower, were in able hand. The piece runs the rest of the week. y. very-goo- MOHAMMEDANS IN x - 1 sen-cnce- d hoi-pi:- d - - auili-'riiie- n ! u--- .. pri-ne- r r MORE INDICTMENTS. Wahlrg'un. t'rt. 'lb.- I l gi.ind inreturned inn dlciineins agains loi n! Ii'- - ni in n SKHir.- -: The Pie? indlc'tecii' 'lie American Ice roinpioi- - and the Racks Maniifaeoripg iinpany. chnrg-Inihe a consplracv to who pnrrliase.l ilejler 'h-ixopplies fr ni 'he Clmpln Hck .ii the same price. cnmpenv to scl' The inuicnieiii is ag:ilp- .he :tud hargea Amerusn Ice t vi.ila'iin tf !he Sherman Jury - i.- r - con-pst- 'aw KANSA8 CITY. - met-tiii- ' : - uni-veri'- la-- n- 1 s g ikt--g- Kwnsus City. Mo.. Oct. 1. The Ram new play Schubert., a magnificent limiHC, at Tenth and Baltimore streets, was aliened today by Eddie Foy In The Earl and the Girl." The theater was l.ullt as a memorial to Sam R. Schubert, who was killed In a railroad wreck near Harrisburg. Pa.. May 12. liu.i, while on his way to Kansas City to negotiate for the erection of this house. Thin is the theatre rent rolled by the Scubert combination and unquestionably Is one of the finest In the country. J. J. Shtiherr. vice president 'and general manager of the Rhuben Interests, runic from New York to attend the It Is the pretMeai thsater opening. I was ever in." he. All of the 1.710 scats had been disposed of lazi week. fifty-secon- d 600 MILES WITH PERAMBULATOR. A Gcmihit un.I his wire, FugHrli with tb-i- t thrp end one and a half In old children year perambulator, have performed on foot the remarkable journey of tulles from In Victoria, in Cuolamin. lu New South Waiew. As ItH boon stated in the Daily newspaper, a Viennese and hi wife arc performing ihe Journey on foot from Vienna to rnrl. with three children In a peramhulato-- . for a wager of a thousand pounds, but the German tn Australia performed lii Journey from ncc(-stonly. The man carried the clothing and food an-- l the wife wheeled the perambulator. They suffered much from the wet weather, but lien their sad plight was made known at Cnclamln thev were instantly provided for. and the man assured of the cmoloymcnt he was seeking. Isindou Mail. fii-- Geel-otir- After Having Bitten Bn Aug. 9th. s. by a Dog an . New York, Oel. Raymond Billingsley, five years old. died of hydroin phobia at the General hospital, Greenwich. Conn., last, night, having been bitten by a dog on Aug. 9th. The wound was cauterized tbe same day. The boy waa taken alck In the morning and died In all the agonies of that terrible 'affliction. A brother waa bitten by the same dog at the same time, and a close watch ia being kept uf him. CAPTURED AFTER leased. Simla. India. Ort. 1. The most influential body of Mohammedan that has ever approached the Indian govKhan and Agra ernment, headed membres repreconsisting of thirty-sisenting every province and every branch of tbe educated Moslem community. today presented an address to loot'd Mlnlo. viceroy of India, netting forth the grievances and asolrallona of the Mohammedans of India and especially iheir claim for a fair share in anv modified system of representation that might, lie contemplated In reply lord Mlnlo said he with sincere Ren gall sentiment. He said their hopes and ambitions were not due to disaffection, but to their educational growth, the seed of which had been sown by British rule. The educational harvest but. British would lnrrease, ideas must prevail. l.ord Minto promised all reasonable aid io the desires of the deputation, and promised hla hearers that in any attempted modification of their religions reliefs the national traditions would be respected. EDDIE FOY IN DIE. OF HYDROPHOBIA Convict Lives Honestly INDIA. ' J g At tha Big Clock, . c l i e CO. ul imprii-i'.npic- ch.-ip-- J. S. LEWIS & JEWELERS PHONE DOUGLAS 430 - (7 flA mi.UV Piher Sugar Inch Cut is for Olivet, mm mU.VV Spoon, giii bowl 4 Mines All and F pif S'eriing Silvi r F'ring the During ihe rerent trip to Kly s mint a her f Ogdenl'cn enjoyed tcr preasant and inicrexiing trip ihrmiali n Robins the the bsnvoii, covering ConsoMdiitcil niin'ng district. The flno stnpa was ni:uh- - at 'hi' ihuv-In- s camp, l.anc City, tin- - ihtrst Daw " iiml quenccd with "Mmiutalu cold wstcr. The company's main shaf:. which :k o t t A' the office down IS" fee' of the the welcome. visitors rvcclvcd a royul Titc nex; st. p niiulc at the i where down tin party t shaft. The slop was made at tin, level. Th- ol her after winch the vlsitois re .iirnei to Ely. l ' Visit Some of Near Ely . But now aitolii Mil nedqing si", you buy It ai Ibis si ore you will if Ogdenitee is the beer you will like better than h a e At 7 o'clock LUXUS any other. h II. P. (lieeu. To Please Your Palate and Improve Your Health Because d Hunter. Wall-know- n . - Montg-imery- WORLD WOODMEN JDF at. h s I VA'aah-ingt- d TH it:t biLi-ard- Y l, street h hv ollUbuarda came i.p leforv ihe last night. It forth a disht cussion among rounciiineu. In which in general, the nulaauct! of The petito cblzena. was tion was signed by pcip'.e who gave a reason for their action the cover the boards give to holdup, the trap they affuid for dir; and their general ad appearance. As there seems to lie a point of law iiivol.ed in the removal of the boar- - rite matier was referred to the city attorney for an I opinion. In ihe absence of the chairman of the light committee it was moved and rarried that Itghis on Washlugum avenue lx- - maintained until the committee makes ha report. A number of property owners along Washington aveuue appeared to protest against the removal of tbe lights. So for another week the string of lights serosa the sheet will not In- molested. Tbe street committee reported the had condition of Twenty-thirstreet ami Grant avenue, and recommended that an appropriation of M)Q lie given for repairs. The report was adopted. The committee on public buildings and grounds recommeudoJ an appropriation of f 500 for repairs to the city With jail. The sum was allowed. the money the chief of police imends In pul the Jail in first class cmulitioa. In of his brother Charles, Attorney Halverson entered a protest against the curbing and guttering of street, between Monroe and Adams. Notice of Intention has already lieen published, ami It la expected ihat mi sc complaints will be received. Halverson bases his objection on the grounds that If a natural flow of water, which now runs into diagonally across Twenty-seventTwenty-eight- h street, be diverted Into gutters, they will prove inadequate to carry off the water, which will form pools and thus become a public nuisance. The investigation of the question was referred to the city engineer. a Austin introduced Councilman number of reaolutiuna. First, he rerailof solved that rhe superintendent roads be instructed to Improve ihe service over street crossings, aud not delay traffic for more than live minutes at a time; second, that the city engineer, with the health committee, he instructed to visit slough between Twenty-eightatreel and Thlrty-flrs- t street, below Washington, to determine their condition, ir found uusanl-tarsteps will be lakeu to have them remedied. Roth resolutions were referred to he Orton Riser. Second Ward. ' Ikivid ri. Tracy, Sadie West. William I'nderwoud. Harsh A. Isiwe, Kliz.ibcth Tracy. Dr. R. 8 Joyce. S Hadcon. Dr. J. X. Allen. Third Ward. Jebc J. Driver, Ham Thunias. luiue Hairup, J. Hianley Dee. Jenkins, William Hall, James Taylor. Fourth Ward. H. T. Whtigker. John Seaman. G. Pearce. J. C. Davis. A. W. llriwii, A.' G. Hahhis, Henry (jwilllams. t' C. Richards. Jus 8. Peery, Chris Flygaiv, W. B. Porterffeid. Fifth Ward. Fred J Kieiet. 8. 8. Smith, (i. H. Islaub. T. A. Shreevc. H. 8. Fltflcr, Gmi. Jr., J. I Herrick. W. W, Browning. Albert Hcuwrrofl, It. T. Hume, H. It. Spencer. County Districts. . North Ogden N. Houlsvllle Angus McKay, Albern A. Allen. Kden J. H. Brown. Plain City ('. Olson and J. U. Cnrver. Clark. IJbeny--- C. I'iutah - Robert Gale. West Webvr E. A. Barnes, J. C. ie TwcLiy-eixt- and Wall avenue, Mrs Hawed Solicitors a' once Apply s. ill. ami between the hours of 'and 3 and 4 p. in.. Standard office, lumiar Nelson, manager circulation departmem. again roIeaed yeaterday. Early last evening, it' Is alleged, he The folios In petitions fur exec clMiienc.v have lieeu filed wnh I ho went to hla wlfe'a naiina and atnrted his inhunisa tieatment of her. The 14y Henri l.eroy attorney general: timely arrival of hla wife'a brother Sail from santenceil lake, ipardoai. canard Brown to atop hla bmie-llk- e July IS. lOOti. to one year fur praud ertioiik. The woman'! brut her gave larceny ; hy George V. I sing ipsrdou). n walloping that ho ran nen'vncMl from Richfield January 2t, Brown such out of I ho building and arms the with for 1JMI2. to twenty assault yeais Hticr-II-I in nearch of protection. deadly weapon. 'ami now on parole: street Behring hapiirned to be psaaing at by Roy Varans 4 pardon I. sentenced in one the lime and took the man In charge front Ogden. Febrmry 14, Mm liter fu Officer year fin- adultery; by John Dufmranls and lutued who ttaik Min to the aiailnn. It t pardon 1. sentenced front Octulier J3. IPOS, to two years for wan later a seen.'lined that the man , bad nut been placed under arreal but burglary; by J. I. Sparks tcmnmiMa-tionlsentenced from Rail lake, Jan- wna alkiwed In go. luafl e Brown la under to appear uary 20, ihiij, to three years for burgJudge Murphy on the ehaige uf lary; hy C. K. D. Hash ( pardon l. sen- assault. In Ihe meantime the officer tenced from Half lake, December 3, will probably luveailgate the ease fur1104, to three years fur burglar). ther. For choice bar, rolled oaia and mlx-egrain of all ktnda; fruit boxes, call THE in the petition from of i apart-ment- !!. A M but Mginnis. Hen. Ternes. I) H Enais;, living Kmme-t- James Riley, r- s Removal of Billboard! Referred to the City Attorney Claim Amounting to S3.i0t.9l Paid. Dnii-s-raii- hie' - 1 The pnnianc were held ihroiiehout the !at night to nm-- ' delegate to the s'a'c which locri s iu Suit Lake ibis week. The billow lug sic 'he delegate nsm d: Fust Ward. Geo Wardlnw, Mir A T. IVixev. Charlea Brown t- - Twenty-fourt- 10np. IMPORTANT MATTERS BROUGHT UP AND CONSIDERED. THE STATE CONVENTION. Rsctivad Rough Treatment of Witts Brother. Who Cams to Her late ii will remain Isle. Tbe ' rale i ,uder provtnea the maximum speed wbuat will lw- allowed uu th Salt Lake division wiil lie flfiy miles au bOJ. This oi'l ei has i Kiveu 10 every engineer nn (ho division ami In force. Heretofore if a pasIs no senger truin were laie ilie engineer pulled the Ihrul'lo wide iqieo ad "let her go." Ii la on word ihat an engineer recently nutur the run from Mtlineniurra. a distance of Siiorka 174 miles. In 175 minutes. Thl 'ime including four slope which were male, In two of which wei- on swliche. when- ihi brief there sere sireii-liwibbeyed anglma-- r hu It up l eighty miles an hour. This, under the new order, will nnw lie Impossible. 1132 2, SESSION CHARLES BROWN CAUSES OTHER ROUGH HOUSE. Grout's, UTTORER A HOLDS IN MORE No. fie No. 56 TROUBLE at MORNING, WJFE -- BEATEIR DEMOCR A TICiTHE COUNCIL No. SI No. fit e TTESDAY UTAH. OGDEN, 42 YEARS. and Is Re- arrested on a trivial has been found to be an escape-1 convict named Berpard, who got away from the penal aettlement at Guiana forty-tw- o years ago. In 1863 the imperial court sentenced Bernard to five years Imprisonment for theft, and she married another convict during the first few months of her term. Three days after tha wedding she escaped, and she has never heard of her husband since. She declared that la the forty-twyears during which ahe has borne an aasnmed name she has lived honestly, and the court derided to set her at liberty. lxmdon Dally Express. An old woman charge o RAILWAY CROSS TIES. The I'niled Stales department of agriculture has been taking an account of the annual consumption 'by the railways of the country of lumber for crosstles. and the results are somewhat appalling. II is figured that in 1905 no fewer than 84,000,009 ties were consumed by the entire steam railway system, or the equivalent of three hillio'i feet of lumber. Aa this does not include the large and increasing amount used by tho electric railways, ibc seriousness of the problem will be apparent. The railways are awake Io tbe gravity of ihe situation, though for a reason different from that which is arousing i ho anxiety of the general public or that portion which given a second thought to such questions. One le worried over the supply; the other considers tho 300.000 acres of woodland annually denuded to meet the of the railway. The Pennsylvania railroad company, with no especial care for the forestry aspect of the qitehtion, hut with an eye to its own needs, has begun the planting nf trees as a source of its supply. How far this will come from meeting the call nf the future from' this system alone will be seen from the estimate marie by an officer of the company, ihat It would require the planting of 1. 300.01(0 trees each year, a forest of 39.00ii.oou in all. and (he permanent occupation of 132 square miles of land allowing 40tt trees tn the acre and thirty year for the growth of the trees in the size required. Perhaps the question will have to be settled ultimately by recourse to substitutes for lumber ties, but a present the concrete and metal substitute are little beyond ihe experimental stage. Other railways than the Pennsylvania have begun tree planting. but on a scale that, in infinitesimal in comparison with the annual of from 80,000,000 to consumption 110,000,000 ties. Attention is therefore for the present being concentrate upon belter methoda for tbe seasoning of tire, greater srrnrpcy In spacing, and in general upon snrh improved practice a will secure the greatest r.errirc and the minimum uf wesr and tear.