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THE MORXIN'G EXAMINER TELEPHONES ROOM EDITORIAL N. NX. SI M Independent Phone Bell Phene, one ring Na- - M Ne. N TO BE LET HORRIBLE DEATH Will Hava Ovsf Two Hundred Tnousand Fsvt ef Floor To Gat Arthur Andersen, Ben of Fred Andar-on- . Firm Victim af a Terrible lkv Tbe Republican cenrsl committee opee tbeir headquarter in the Pint National bank. bu1dlug tomorrow. Tbe room are 27 and 2V on the third BuperiatwdMit Mxuxou. Keeidenl Eupiuner PtugevaU and Trainmaster Wright left w a bridge inspection twir yeaterriag. Accident . met-etiant- er-r- a Tba funeral of WUhani. the infant ann of Mr. and Mra. William VVfeling. 1B be beid from the family resident. 541 Tweutieih eireei, ibie moraiug et IS o'clock. Wanted Solirliura at oare. Apply a m. and bet wee a the hours of and I and 4 p. in.. Riandard afftn. Laaaar. Selene, manager rlreulatloa department. Pamona who go to the nearby can-yoand bill fur tba purpose of gathering aulumu leeeea are warned to bn on tha lookout for poison Ivy. At thla time of the year Ihe leaven of tba ivy are among the moat beautiful to be aeon. They are, however, dangreoua. and tbe leaf gatherer Bbuuld he careful not to touch them. A marriage llcenan waa tinned late ymxardajr afternoon to Rev. John K. Carver and Mina Clara lioramia, both 4 Ogden. d 'p Klieeie country. It has bees necessary 'o increase Its quarters froig lime to time until the firm now uses ho.bOu square feat nf floor spars. When th new sdditlou is cnmp'eisd the firm will hare over 2uii.ihhi square feet of fltor apace. There will be four floors in tbe ad ditloo. which will he httili on the vacant let directly across the at rent from the present Imllitlng. A large con- viaduct acroua Wall avenue will nect the addition te the main building. The viaduct will be high enough tu pass above the trolley wire and below Ihe telephone anj light wlrea. Work pun the addition will be commenced immediately after the awarding aud aigning of the contract. RAMS COTSWOLO FOR 0 rmawold Rams. Richards, room Ogden, M4. Utah. Urge Yearling Inquire of Jesse H 05 Koeles Building, Bell 'phones 4 and CREEK MEETS CBEEK Foreigner at Bingham Cruelly ders His Companion. Mur- The officers of Ball county eommiinlratnd with Rheriff Behring at an early hour this- morning, asking hint lo arrest ona Joe Rlslsh, a Greek blacksmith, who killed a fellow countryman, early last night at Bing ham. Detail are lacking, hut H was ascertained that there waa a woman In the case, Kiairh fired five shots at his victim, killing him Inataaily. The murderer then made bia escape and it la believed that he ram north. The officer are on the lookout for Rislsh. - hot'-ie- , Tbe interment will be in the marriage license baa been leaned city cemetery. The rcnialnn may I to I T. Hmoka of Chicago, and viewed at Ihe Larkin undertaking parCharlotte 1. Klllkm of Igm Angelea. . lor on day of funeral, between hours of 10 and I.-R. Claude William, commercial Never nan tell when youll mah a agent at Rail lake of the Chicago, Milwaakee A El. Paul mad. paaed finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or through tbe city yeaterday with hla scald. Ho prepared. Dr. Thomas OH instantly relieves the pain bride, cn route eaat. quickly e tires the wound. The firat match game In the Bowling league will lake place CLOSING OCDEN GATEWAY Friday night at tbe aaenrlatlon alley a between the newapaper men and the Jeaaooa. The following will compoee Deaerei. New' For these many lung tbe team of the acrlbea: Grown well. year it haa been asserted that, the Ogden gateway waa to be closed, but tu Brail, Hughea, Clayton and Boaner, data it. haa been a case of galea ajar. Dr. Edward 1. Rich waa railed to On or about l)et. 2U. however, ihls Hnnlaville at an early hour thia morn- will be an absolute fart. The Rio Urande and Gould Hues will be abut ing to attend a young man. who a broken leg by bring thrown out of Idaho and Montana absolutely from a borne, The name of ihe vic- by the Oregon Short Line. Harrimau tim could nut he learned. gniug to alt down good and hard un Would In round one of the West- A AT THE ORANQ. The whimalcalltira uf a capricious woman, with the perversity nf her sex, waa pleasingly enacted In Thon Freedom of Hiiganne. by Jane at the Grand last night. Miss Corcoran came aa a proven actreaa In aeirral aosaoua of wrorh in tb east, and he tt said to her credit that she In fairly on the toad U popular sucre as a alar. Not having had the pleasure of wttnesalng her in plays nf various themes, ii Is nut possible lo declare emphatically lhat Tlie Freedom of Muxanne la heat fitted for a display of her histrionic talent, hut from the manner In which she entered Into the role nf Men. Trever. It la evident that Miss Corrman la best as a medium through which not too serious . For problems of life are expreeei-dher acting Inst night rame a a bit of frivolity like the bubble of wine, fresh The and ou tlie surface of escape. le of Mrs. Trever, always bordering on the scandalous, but without crosatng the border land, her mockery of formality, her utter contempt for subjection, her keen satire and quick repartee, just the wit that belong to a butterfly and her final humble and complete surrender tu the man she unknowingly lutes nil these - . d 1 pot too etpemdvr. You eea. we aeaume that anyone who mope to read thla advertise-men- t la planning to make a wadding gift, nr at leant wmiM do en Jf tbe orcaalon arose. Of ooaree. Rome people don't give wedding gift dont even h:-.evia making Xmaa present Every body known them, iiui would you for their trade your friend e Mend? But BOW about The if you buy It at thia aror he absolutely enre o get ef kind, the bride wll! too. The quality nf our wed-fla- s HJ,; yon will he be 1 IS TO SUBMIT A doln O. D. RASMUSSENS New York Racket Store Now they (t thing to the police. mean the Americana) tell us that there la no gambling going on hwrs. That's all rot. Gambling la going on here, but it Is not of a square kind. When one little deel can rake In 1A.3tNi those who worked It can well afford to cough up pretty liberally to the police " The Tribune ia insinuating lhat the McWhirtera. the two young Hootch-m- o who were robbed ef 10,0b0 by the hand of bunco crooks, are in conspiracy with certain Individuals to create the downfall of "honest Ueargo It may lie tui inieroetlng Sheets." fact to note that Alexander McWhlr-te- r carries in his baggage a certificate that he was a member of the town council of hla native city. Mar-bolAynthlre. Scotland. In addition he has an address that waa presented to him prior to bia departure from Hoot land for the United Bures by the rltlsens of that place, in this address ia a testimony to hla worth aa a public citizen. Ruoh la the man th Tribune would Insinuate was telling a fake story for political effect. Such la the type of man. according tn the Tribune, who would enter Into league with a baud of gambler to cause the overthrow of Chief ef Follce Sheets, element Equally willy waa the made In the council chamber last night In course of conversation between two Amerirana. to the affect that, tbe two young Hrotchtuen were Mormons, and that the entlr scandal ws a put up It appears that, it previously stared. 1 ct! on jk. I i n h.-i- 1 uiiMK'-r'ful- ly pnue'f n rnb-!i"- .- o-- I t d hs-!- I - mer-chan'- n e rut tlevel-I'Pim-i- !' c Fine Fruits Vegetables Staple and Fancy COUSTY COKYEKTIOK Ogden, Utah, Sept, la, lfitRS. a meeting of the Democratic county committee, held thi day. the following call for primaries snd for n county convention were made: Primarlea for Ihe state convention will he held Monday e ening. October 1st, at 8 o'clock p. ra to eloct delegates to the Democratic state conven-lim- i, to lie held at Salt Iake City, At GROCERIES ALWAYS NICE AND FRtSH 2341 Washington October 4th. Ave. j I Buah ! dL Gerta Pianos. ' Newman e. Organa. , i H. C. PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Vi'din. Guuars. i . '!'oing je:rdn. e-- t Acrordeons, Bun-Jo- .. Strings. Ftthilratlonn of Sheet Music. latest See th Wonderful Fipo Organ. 2376 Washington Avenua. OGDEN, UATH. T.ie prlmurie. will lie held in Ogden the following places: n'st ward Cltv ball, fecoul ward. Fiiurth ward. Fifth wardCount' onitrt house. Third vaM -- Mound Fort amusement City at WEDDING hall. In lb coiirty c'.ifelde of Ogden City, at the usual places for aurb meetings. The precinct primer it for the county convention should nominate candiAnd count i PRESENTS cf the pear and for date fer constable. each city ward and cot: air oii'tl eject a member of the pro-rin- ct arc the order of ihe day ci.r.itnl'tr, T. D. JOHNSON, rhaimtan. W B WILSON. Secretaty. ! - - m Is where you buy the Best Ihe Market Affords -- to i Nld Grocery Co. s I Silver fttvrtiiws Spoons. good weight DEKOCRATIC PICKETT 1 Donaldson exhibit. these bill. For :i few day prior tn thla had been eating at the Vienna on credit. He was allowed to come in and get Ids mesls, but the waiter aot gite him any a'anllng amount nf attention. On the night In quest ion Donf aldson sat fue characteristic down and ordered supper. women, were colored with the person The waller brought him the ususl an.1 forth the of aefrees. given silty table ware but forgot a serviette. "Dj fresh and pleasing If Mis Cnrcvran yin want a napkin"" he asked lerelved hesrty applause for her work lie answered the hunc: "(ih.'lj lie deserved It. and vet she is nut man "I've ate a napkin s! right." of a erltle's conscientious yet worthy the snd to the word, and he suiting superla'lte. for between proceeded to tuck one 11,1'nrt bill coas1 there are many acnesses her Inin hi cullar and another between 8HEETS ARRESTED. equal the tuitions on his vest. In the apIn her support h had a raps ,1 Salt Oct. 3. Chief of Felice pro; style. hie compHny. which Is always an After was arrested tonight he deposited Iwn (l.'ioo George Hhet-tto any star. Janie RropV. . Wll In sating ihe Mte and wrake-out. on ;t o.tr jilalnt bv William MeWhlrter. a t'hnrle Trever. the tnurh t'egerert I.aei he returnrl asked for j charging him with a oo:nponf!'na but tins', ronnueror In the timing n miin1'. and so ; Miiny. MeWhlrter is the HiOtrhmsn Rttaaiine ads with a freedom an;! The night ni.i'iaier now e"inir who FlOtejn taken front him by that mark him a hive ihe a jiiiliei; neraiiae ha did n ,f logut officers during a raid on average As the drama U ai us one customer suloeq.ientlv fraudulent poker game. MeWhlrter : of Intrinsic value, replete wtM hn-forced on of the alleged officers to iggehteil when ''ip news o' tne i of gentle Htustlons and a became puhli- - property. "fu',l Hccnmpany h'iu to Ihe police station, to art ovt--i un ., r jlNthu. the rnmpany Jim. j'mt ave j whore he ws given hack ll.Ot'o. th .natitrallr to give a neat performance, itrcandng inoti.B being raised by the hrguw off! Yuu di not leave nny which ihey d'd. Lit lx the chief. here You've r I'.iaio to prove j cer snd paid through to m that mm go- them In the first Friends cf Sheets claim that the prose-nilioSEAT SALE OPENS THIS MORNING " a ie nltu. political t place. The gambling fr.vorniv. or Ibtif and west uf Oau-'Namtaliy le nf ti; f.i- the vi.ir:i The l ahl.-li of 't pa will not ship their good from hi, tint received O' lie S'eear- opera rum. NLVADA FOLIT.CIAHS HERt over tbe Kin Urande ami to n KHgewenl pru'eeltui and which has not 'he lice at in 'lie this tjran,: pair, pay 'he local ia'e on front Oadeu in iug snd he'nre the ntrtjin ne pi,n. !.rn permitted tn .pen h"'ts. uae n ig.ity sure today over recent the HsitI Gov Sparks and Party En Route to di'ion. In r b d.ty night 'or the pprfo'-n-lunddie-- y anent the 11(1. Southern Nevada to Take mau line will get the biilne. ar.ii Slcws-- I upcr.i I spicnlit two the if si' productlcn the Stump. joung Scotchmen. Ry thi ;he Ki.i Grande will not That felltiMfrei It Is not that irict. tn tbe there I to ii until the Wetuern - Ia f li C. mil ope a. "D;ir,.f';i Ihe h :.1? .stiMuenf like to would m 'cur Im- to frTml!v ciSc and Gould projected (ioviinor Spark m.J a part" of .n-,. ;i slior.'d ;,j- right j similar ica!s. but they then a- - kc'I ,v wci; nominees vu the Nte-i:- i state :;ri;p-Idaho and Portland i fot ,e '.in u'elif I ami the wnul game going' again, ihroiiKh )gdn wlic-'here will he anoher merry Italiec, of this ex-- get aru'her deal a like claim the? roii''- iu smi'lisrn Nevada, where hey They he Ogden Th- - closing of )' iii'i'l'Hi's New To'-- pr.irl'ic. are not"iquacc I't g'd'ina It from the police, imf will 'as 'h M'.np for a tew week.-i- n w i' HtiN-ttelias long been 'threatened. I' !e i gpen p that rr..oked mrii. j'iu:. sure-thinaanl grafters 'in lichr ttev- of 'heir 'he lit -: arrive in earnest tbl nmirb .pe;a imi'k ni Ivri.'s hi Hai'-t'xper'g are prctc:!on nii'i Pparki- - imp been rs nunrin i ,r.i natural sequence "i he huril'ne if !'e I R str.1' h tiiiiric tu Victor Herhert becuitse of tbe their win t percrn'age i and s'u cd be : Western Pac'flc h 'h Goubl said I, :,e one of 'he veri Is so great to in every camp Ii vis'.rs. wi; received 're, In the nieaniint" the Irton P.o fe that ha beer, praduce' tilng; ujieri, with be. "cut the that power -ehi!the ill 'a c venrs. and like The through j Tit- fullowlnc will continue lo make Iwy tne inetiii't-"of "middle man k sun shines. ml "Dnrnthi.' enjoied a lung theline mar. who fur a long time as the part; j Cruvcrnu- - John Fpark: Frank F. r.iu a :hc tlrondwav tiiea'vr. a prominent gambler here, said' j Manni. A'"k i ol nr.ut:tee for srere-arafter this Ameri"Shortly DEEDS. WARRANTY t"o A MRsrtle't. nornln for can party torV- - chip-of affairs hre. FIRST AMBASSADOR TO.JAPAN. for Ken. the bojs unnouccel their rorgrexs. D. srv.'i.ii Jeme-- t ii. and er The foUowing 'easmer tie.v of Intwnticn ' her, stating 'ir Oc 3 - A hough no flnai that the recorded with the ceint' -- wxi Mr until ronn be opend-Alvin E Hnrt:?n to i liogho-luccsinn will be taken at 'he nxt meet- - aaain. andgam" 'hsr they would h pero!t-ter and 0. h'n."k t: jeH- It. of he cahlner, it is r,nidere,i ts run. At tt-- tltr.e I tnM them FUNERAL ainii pres-enthat M. Oera'd er;ion VJ2U. that no square gambling would lie ( of Frane at Hrussels. Klltaheth Kpacknian minister a f the reawOn man whs Mat thee . ps t uor'hfiii- - quar'nr sn--- t he French amhasssdor to Japan. ran a square house could not affit-f- f Held Front Third Ward Meeting M loti 31. tosushtp 7 noirh. -- ami is in'lmorety arquainted 0 rtnke a cut with 'be police. tlrrg'-House Yesterday Afternoon. -ft west; rocsM-rati''!i tw I'a" Kas' lie nrgo'la'e.l the When the game wan g.dra .n e .1 II Bfeit Kir. Tb-llrn r IVk'n Hankow railroad bad to pav u fire of nea'lr fu" par fvt'.i 's! of Willi.im MrFurlanl 7. v an b.u , Ih it: sot,, e t Iu ' f:i r cr.'.. a i 'f he Tnlrd warl meet- "si t ,. Ii'rmi-i-jlldm.-nI'niverslt: ;i'si-.i::d Mr llumer R'ae hs.e ariv.-nwas eunuch 'ha' c bouse ye er.iay af'scp ion'. anl th. Th tl tn Aruelej fo;- 'lt K(u:-'r- . u! !i.: l '. hp ajji. yrti.'e w brh wi-r- ; ret-I- ."I ti- -tr t. si-t- were Gilbert Counsellor Torgeson. largely attended by ihe friends and relatives of the deceased. Tbs speakax ers were: Archibald McFarland, uncle of the deceased ; Arnold How-maP. Matthew. Joseph Parry and F. Middleton. President The music waa aa follow: Duet. We Shall Be as Wa are Known. Mrs. Jones and Mlsa Tillle Hancock: Sometime We Shall UnderTh stand. Mra. Mary K. Farley: 8vlor Will Wipe Away Tears, Mlsa Tillle Hancock; duet. Sleep Un. Mra. Farley and Mrs. Jones. The Interment was In the City cemetery. Primaries to elect delegates for the county convention will lo hell Thursday, October 11, at S oclock p. m., aud the Democratic county con- vention will he held Satuiday, October 13, at It o'clock a. nt., at the ouinty court house In Ogden. job. The apportionment of delegates In The troth of the matter la that the as follows : were two Bcotehmen buncoed out of Ior For tHi.nou. They believed that when they told their story to the chief uf police and took one of the men who turned the trick aking with them that the turned and the robmoney would he ber sent to prison. Thy had every re ran to believe that because such would have been tbe rase in their native land. Bontland, where the pollc are guardians of law and order, nut only in word hut deed. Once the matter was In tbe band of the ch'ef f police, they thought. It waiild he probed to the limit They could safely continue their journey upon the assurances by forthrcmtng Georg" Hheets that he w.iulj work on the lease. They were runny Scots, their I ticket would expire that night, so why lose ihe (tin the new tickers was weald erst them when tbeir n.-In the bands of the chief nf poile of the atito of Utsli? j of the cspl:al ww-ii- FEY SUGGESTIONS 1; And look at these prices 1 erlmin. bout. 75c 5 Oc liitwah. Do a good Job of it. Cuver up all the apota. Flit on thro coats. Make It appear that some polygamous Mormon Is responsible for it all. Do anything everything to save the party ml Sheets. The Tribune this morning, following It usual policy when cornered, atartn nut with a torrent of abuse in place of facta. All the earmarks, as ona man put II. "that the Tribune Is on the run HHith were present In this morning's "defense" and apology for George Sheets. George Morgan, the genial bon tar at the Vienna rate, was ihe subject of a most unmerciful amount of chaffing today over the fart that Jim Donaldson deposited two (1,1)00 bills In hla care un the night following the robbery of the two young Scotchmen, and that Morgan let the money go. - know good ia beyond queaiioa. ALLOY Pacific The announcement, la made today that the Ienver and Klo Grande will not lie represented In the new Idaho and Montana tariff aheela that will b Issued by the liar rims n line as soon a they are filed with the Interstate otimuierre commission thirty day. Thia mean Ihe dosing of the Ogden gateway. Thla means that the I'nion Pacific will get the long haul front Uetivrr to tbe northwest. All connecting lines a: Denver will he aide to take advantage all uf this new tariff conaequently freight will he diverted from the Denver and Rio Grande at thnt city, no our I a'dug io p the local ia'e freight west and uorth of Ogden, the terminus nf the Kin (irsude. That the Klo Urande already read the handwriting mi the wa'l Is a; IVitir patent. The gentrsl and Portland. V the D. and K (5 are tn be dared At llutie Eil Hun' sill be the ole representative of :h" Gould Hue rents. ntiig. while at iuri-lantheie will be hiir one man also. The balance of ill" office force will be either discharged or be g.vcn places at other pnlni. The closing of lie ()grn gteai thnt the Rio Urande will he mean shut of Cache V"ey. Rrlgham Cit, Pocatello and all vher xiim north hoa-e- t w Got-rora- Com-tuerrt- Sheets is virtuous! filO.-Oo- un-da- d, I secret placet: that there was a peris! illttpensetion for a favored few and that the old line gamblers were f rosea ut. Tb latter class were not slow to tell what was going on. They admitted that they were lawbreaker In a way, but asked for a fair deal. Bur they never got it. They said it was because they wouldnt divide their profits with men who paraded the t reels In official garb and waxed fat. sleek and arrogant at the pnbllc exa bra a hand pense. Occasionally raid waa made la broad daylight to make people think th law waa being enforced. Next day the Amerioan organ which shriek a itself hoarse with the new command - "Thou shall not would come out with a Bare squeal head story telling how the home of some poor working man bad been mmle happy by the wife getting the earnings that would have been spent at th gaming table. Just as It Is now saying that the two McWhirtera were sent over from the old world by Ihe blerarrh" to be robbed of their Ry tomorrow it will prohaldy claim that they were compelled to pay It ia a tithing. Animadverting to the investigation that la under way n th dty and county building, the .ridiculousness of the whole affair la shown by tha simple statement that tha main wltneaa. the MeWhlrter who lost moat of the money, ia out of the state trailing down one of th thieves; that the OBriens whom Rhseta. according tn lone of the girls, (hanked God for having made a gwsway, are supposed to It in Mexico. ffurely it is a pretty situation. Investigate when the principals are not to he found. Investigate. quirk. Investigate before anythin more ia learnklx the ed. Btlng on th lime, 11 h Faciflr-Rotither- In- - Ha tke tuuM honaet man tiiat ever lived. He baa got to be. Hay It. ara in a box Everyhudy say it, for that 1 tighter than the one from which Cunning, the handcuff king, raped." And that ia true. There is no denying R. They won't attempt tt. Th respectable element in thn party say a there ia but one ihlng to do, and that I to ril itaolf iff 8 bec and several tithsr. It is notorious it haa been almost from the very day the party rante into power, that while the cry was sent birth that gambling had been etepped It waa constantly going on la Oon-tluenl- ern. of Pabcs Shasta Out nf the Hale menced Sheets and tbe dummy detective must be saved at ail heiards. for the reason that Ike very eaiaumee of the American party I threatened. At hrodquanera and In the city and ouiity building the scandal has assumed the proportion ot great problem with solution yet m the future. Mestishlle, like a braxen woman of the hair world. Ameiirsn party barker and spielera are running up and down the face of the earth crying. siux-eskf- The W. C. T. V. ban elected the for the ensuing following officer year; Mra. W. C. Claucey. preelileni;: Mra. T. N. Smith, vice profMenr Mina burial. , Mra. J. P. Hodd. .aecrelary; The lny bad a revolver and a belt iaoia Kennedy, I return rev full nf cartridge on hla perann when kilted and It is presumed that he was J. M. Murphy, agent for the Caanalty company, ha trxns-- f going to the river bank fur a practice erred bia hcndqnanera from Pocatello Moot, The boy ia the am of Mr. and Mra Fred Anderson and live at 22t to Ogden. west Twanty-flrat- . street. The deL. ceased worked in the yard office of the 3, W. Hunt, father of Frank Hunt, tba young man killed at Momci- Union Pacific for aoma time and made lo recently. baa filed a petition for many friends who will be grieved to lettera of admlnlstratum la tba pmhale hear of the shacking rinaih. The at parent of tha I toy were prostrated The ratate la valued oourL with grief upen itcing Informed of ihe terrible death that had befallen their Par cholan hay, rolled uata and mix-e- d Pin. Sheriff Behring wae notified and grain of all kinda; fruit box, call at. visited the scene of the illsnater aud gt Grout's, 362 Twenty-fourtimmediately summoned J. W. Walters, A petition for letter of adminis- C. H. Fellow and Jerome Brown, who tration ban been filed In the matter win net ns larora nt an Inqnest that will le held today at the of the eel ate nf Joaeph Wood, 11. Wood. Tba by Thom aking parlors.- The funeral will be held Friday at eatmia eonaiata of real property and 2 p. iu. from the Third ward meeting ia valued at B2.0M. . Ch-c- f Or I. . 1 -- Toe Deseret gait News says that the great whitewash pact in the police sraudsl baa com- Tb bid for the brick work on the new flrowrroft addition hsie hues si contrsOor cepred and the ill b aunminowd within the neat three four dss. This ms'ler. together it with oiher toward branching aut by tbq firm of Jobs Scowcroft. Ron' company, have been watched with pride by the rltlsens of Ogden Rut there are and northern Utah. the anxious eyes on this succesKful firm and they are the Jobbers of 'he Missouri river point and some jobbers on the roast. The firm has grown to be one of the largest exclusive wholesale firms in th west and the largest in tbe lniermonntain Arthur Andcranu. the 15 year-olou of Fred Anderson, met with a burno! death yesterday afernoou by item ground to pieces beneath ihe wheel of a L'aon ParJflr awrUch engine, In the anuth cud of the rall.uad yard In thi city. The buy. la comiwuy irh a waa going to the river bottom tu practice target shouting with a The boy were walking along the track when their arpjittiou a attracted by the approach 'if the train, which win Juai leaving the depot. The cyliuder rock of the engine of the passenger were open and were blow ing off team, which also raised cu&aidcraliic dual. The buys I in mediately sptang from nut. of tbe way of lb escaping steam. The Andenrai buy jumpnd over to the third track, on which a switch engine, with Haroev McCabe a engineer, was approaching, drawiug a couple of eoaeJie. Neither nne of the buya could bear the approach of the train, nor could they nee it. fur the ateam and itnsl mined hy the paaaen-ge- r train. Regardleaa of ih rlngiug of the hell on tha awimh engine and th klijuta of warulng from a ear cleaner, who waa ritliiiK on ih footboard uf the engine, young Auriersun stepped aquarely in front or the engine and waa borne to hla death. A Mum aa possible the engine was remain mopped and the mangled ware take from beneath the engine. Tha body waa rut In fwo, through the chest. The right arm and both legs were mangled and almost every bone la Ihe body was broken. The remains were gathered up and sent to the undertaking pai4um nf ljirkln and Ron, where they will he prepared for ;ini-Hu- d e Look at these Pictures.' They don't half tell the story. Goods and Workmanship must be seen to be Spec. cunj-pauio- wedding Invitation are to come In and douhi-leeyou are wondering what vou can get for the bride and jet IN MADE BEING BALT LAKE will THE Ladies Ffanneflette Night Robes t ia reported that Judge Ro!pp Ogdew. will be nominated fur eirprem judge by the Democrat iu their aiat today. ctavaxtlox la Belt It Wedding Gift Time Again EFFORT lOff. Special Offerings in MEN GREAT OCTOBER 1. MORNIXG, FOR BUNCO BIDDER TO BE AN NOUNCED. SUCCESSFUL GROUND TO PIECES BENEATH WHEELS OF SWITCH ENGINE. Joseph Wtlhama. the Morgan baa punrhaaed the Rain ne, m tbe nuirnr of Fwn'y-i'avenn. The tret and Monroetuk. I TTirRPDAY UTAH, OGDEN, BOY MEETS CONTRACT WHITEWASH Independent Phene Sell Than, twi ring BUSINESS OFFICE EXAMINER: "Fnbgivr- - ;,ob enemies." mid' Uncle ler Pa: stop jou rum Ebcn. "liur hivin' pm ttndec bonds to keep da pc?r." Waslungten Star. '! BUSWELL 111 " THE JEWELER :- - and rr-,lLibby Cntqtla Sugar; rwry pretty He:. .. 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