IHE EXAMINED: M0KK1NG OGDEN, UTAH. SUNDAY OTTiiBER M(tJiMN(i; 14. IWW. AMUSEMENTS. SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS A Rare Chance To Get classed among the piivu.i-- is :s the in Bullion mining distr.cLander Life Crushed Out by Timbers Being county. The Gold Vi narking me for the second Loaded Upon a Wagon, a ship ment sent out a few reK go nets X. 12 W. Eureka, ft ah. Oct. ed the company sua.5l for ton. The Bird, aged 22 years, was instantly kill present shipment r;u. according ed while assisting In unloading a car- to careful sampling l Supi. Ac dvr 4" Rio near load of timber Urande eon. better than the per to, all Was tarn railway depot shortly before In guld. Bird was a o'clock this morning. "The ftah, the ptopery uf La kin teamster, who has been employed by aud Colburn, is senii:i.k- - me its secSad of the ond shipment to Bal' lake, which, it Herbert Hopes since the present month. This morning he was Is especied. will net Utter than $200 sent along with Ephraim Skinner, an- in lead and allver. other teamster, to unload a ear of tim"The Dutchman, owned by the Bulber. Skinner was upon Hie car for lion Venture eotnpsi.i. a Colorado the purpose of sliding the timbers Sprluga corporation, haa seveial cars down to Bird, who was standing at sacked ready for shipment, which will the tide of the wagon, which be had be sent out in a fen days. New conveniently stopped near the end of and Important strikes are the car. The latest reported almost dn:; It seem that white Skinner waa Is oa the Moose, und- -r lease and opone timber of forward tion to Marvin Ish of tfoidfleld. Probsliding piece io tbe wagon Bird went around to the ably the richest gold ore yet found side of the car for the purpose uf Is in the district reran'!) discovered While he was by Bewell and Auuiui ou the north rolling a cigarette. either crouching down or In a sitting slope f Bald mountain m Corral canposture-thupright pieces which were yon The ore la alive suit free gold, in at the time the timber was much of It lying in visits in the )u coded, for jhe purpose uf holding it cleavages of the rock. There seems In place upon the flat oar, snapped off to be a large body of it. but develand about four large pieces of tim- opment la required : determine its ber rolled down upon Bird. His head eatent. was horribly crushed, and Drs. Hen-ae- l Building la going ahead ai a lively and Laker, wao were summoned, ratw In both lander and the found that the mans bark nud iegs two towns of the district. The popuwere broken. Death must have result, lation la now several hundred. The ed instantly. stages from Beowawe are loaded every Coroner IX A. Lindsay looked over day. while many are coining from the and exsmln the scene of the accident Recent south by private conveyance. ed the only witness to the affair, and developments have demonstrated the no be would decided that Inquest richness and permanence of the ore necessary. Bird, who came to Eure- bodies and the Bullion district may be been haa ka from Murray, staying regarded aa ana of the moat promiswith the family of Hyrum Gardner, ing in the state. The mineral area la w taken there await- quite extensive and there aiJll remains and the body ing word from relatives. good territory opoa to exploration and MURRAY o- - -- IB KILLED. MAN e Bu rton Implement Co In whenever that de- Salt Lake, Oct. II. A. W. Carlson not be a candidate for county commissioner of Salt Lake county on the Republican ticket This fact waa made clear today by the statement of Mr. Carlson, In which he said: -- You can say for me that I cannot aee my uay clear to continue on the ticket.'' When asked for the reason of his contemplated withdrawal Mr. Carlson said that he thought 11 would not be fair to ths party or to himself to make the nee, aa the office of county commissioner is one that requires a great deal of attention to details, and Is entitled to the full time of anyone occupying It. I would be glad to perform the duties of the office," he said, "for the people, and 1 appreciate very much the honor of being nominated, but it would not he easy to make arrangements on such short notice, for the conduct of other business matters lu which I am engaged, so that I could be free to perform the duties of county commissioner. I have thought it over, and you ran sty for me that I cannot see my way clear to continue on the ticket. visit to Europe, and particularly to 111 be lhat the church la Uverpool, to hare a new and permanent headand capacloua quarters of modem character in the old world. Fot some time President Heber J. (rant of the European mission had been negotiating for a valuable site, wjth line residence and gifund enough on which to erect n church building, will ahall become nocesaary. The price Involved In the transaction la not given. The property la known as Durham house, 295 Edge lane, and the ground! caver an area inside the walla which enclose It, old English style, of 227 by 57 feet. . President Smith Inspected the property and approved of the purchase while la Liverpool, and ragarda it with much favor. The principal building on it bow as a flue three-storresidence, with ample room for headquarters, meetings and such other uses to which It may lte aeceasary to put ft. Oq the property la also a building that will afford ample mom tor a printing establishment. The rhurrh will obtain a deer title to this property, and the LW-erpo- y REJOLVCP THAT KCEPUSW5VW IF'rtJO GETTHEtt AT THE RIGHT PLACE THEY WILL NOT ONLYAtARE YOU FEEL BUSTER FIFTEEN DAYS TO BULLFROG. Each Case the Wife Is Plaintiff and Balt. rt. lake Oct. 12. Persons contem- plating a trip Into the Bullfrog counBalt Lake, Oct 11- .- Bis wives re- try when the $26 rate over the Balt ceived redress yesterday in Judge Lake route goes Into rffeci have been Charles W. Morao'a court, when they asking questions as to what limit were granted divorces. In all sis cases would be placed on tbe tlrketa. H was the wives were plaintiffs In the action, given out yesterday that the tickets and desertion were would be good for B risen days. The and the grounds on which the decrees rate will ha In effect os Oct, 20 and were granted. Alimony waa asked for 21. The celebration will be held on the 22d and 23d, so It will be possible In only one ease. Mra. Priscilla Corbett waa given a for every one contemplating the trip divorce and the custody of her two to participate la the festivities attendminor children. Her husband was ant on the completion of the Clark Willey B. Corbett, and Mrs. Corbett road to Beatty and still have prartical-ltan days In which to visit any at alleged that hp haa refused to support her and hqr children tor the past two I the surrounding camps. From present Indications there la years. Mrs. Estelle X, Coleman had her apt to bo a large party go down to maiden name restored, Estella IV. camp foom Balt Lake and other Utah King, In her decree for divorce points. Many men are Interested In Bhe ah southern Nevada districts who btv against Louis H.- - Coleman. never been near the properties in and desertion. leged Mrs. Mary Francis Banborn secured which they have holding, and now that a divorce from John H. Banborn, al- it is certain they will hare plenty of and desertion as time in which td make their side leging the cause tor action. . Mrs Zenlra A. trips and at a time of the year when are bent In Leonard received a similar decree on the weather condition tbe same grounds from Henry Leon- that dry country, tbe turnout will he 1 ard. a good one. Watson Decker was Mrs Xellie ' a ' divorce yesterday from granted AFTER BINGHAM MINE. Leon K. Decker on the grounds of desertion. It was further decreed that the beet Salt Lake. Oct Mar Lin ell Decker, 8 years of age, obtainable Information It eeeme more be given into the custody of her than possible that the control of the mother, and that Leon K. Pecker be Standard Copper company's properties compelled t pay $10 alimony per at Bingham will have passed Into the month. hands of powerful operators within Mrs. Hattie M. Roecoe was granted short time. It developed yestera divorce from F. A. Roseoe on the a that at least two combinations day recourt Tbe grounds of are out after it and the demand for M. stored her maiden name, Hattie the stork yesterday was of a characDillon. that left little room to doubt that In the case of Mary M. Erickson ter deal would be consummated. One a W. Erickson for divorce, against Peter e block of stock was snapthe court granted $30 attorney ' fees at 50c, while salea during the np ped for $20 and temporary alimony. The afternoon are known to have aggregatcase will be heard Oct 2$. The divorce case Bled by Mrs. Elisa ed close to 10,000 shares. Inquiry developed the fort thal the M. Smith against Attorney James F. of the company are lookSmith was dismissed by mutual eon-se- properties hut when It came to securThe grounds alleged in ths com- ing well, an acknowledgement that neprtln-tlon- s ing were and plaint cruelty for control were pending, everybody connected with the management IN BULLION DISTRICT. that ft was possible to find declined Much Activity Being Displayed In Ne- to either affirm or desy that anything waa doing. vada Camp, i Blnce the organisation of the comGood reports continue to come from pany a few month ago tbe manageh, J9 pul,.wor! The the Bullion, Nevada, district. Reveille of Anetln give, the following .V? conbeen lhat Interesting account of developments in the resultthehas affairs of the company cerning that camp: Eleven different properties are now haa found !m way into print, it is Just as hard to get Information now ns It haa ever been, but there Is no question but that a deal of some char acter Is on the verge of bein consumv rt lISi-Fro- m LOON BRoWfV. wsv jeNCM likes to tell the people where to get Buar tbi good. Today he iti going to tell every one of the bargain department at this store. footing le Trapn r t I Ilk J Sl-fpt- Kafpty PlDN 0 1 PlH8 Oi 2 Tin No. 3 rarppt Tack, 14 Jipr ft ifigisgredtessK . .' M S ot: 10 i . 4l' 3c 4(f V at., per pkf? ialvnnim1 Iron Tub n se I ' t Galvanized Irou Tube Galvanized Iron Tuhp.. Fottff Hud Irons, only. ' (Mffiisee' 60c OOC 65c . , With tha Fallowing Y ....Gl.lo rt BROILERS 6G A 50 Perfect Production ONE MevKi-e- . IYlton k HinnlUer Present! LORCH MR. THEODORE Supported by Miss Jmrephiue Drift? and Hi Own Excellent Company of Flayers in Character of . Sherlock Holmes -- - THE HIGN OP THE POCE.) ( All Hperiftl Hcenery, Meclumical Effect a, Great Cant. joc B0c25e. mirK ItewTveil Seats on Pale Saturday. Two Nlghta Wednesday and Thuroday . and Wednesday Matinee at 3t30 The Famous . AMUSEMETS. UTAHNA BOSTONIANS THEATER TONIGHT r The Lyric Theatre Forty Clever Children The Only American Company of. Children In Musical Comedies and Comte Operes Matinee, Special Wednesday pm mm Company , EDWARD NELSON KILLED. Prominent Resident sf Eureka Perishes While Being Lowered at 330 OF SALT LAKli The Rpzah of Pazala Into Mine, PRODUCE A SUMPTUOUS REVIVAL OF WILL PRICES IQ, 20, - Wednesday Might the' Musical Comedy TIPS 90s. Thursday Night the Beat of All Comic Operaa GRAND HOUSE Olivette OPRA Direction v - ORPHANS Northwestern Theatrical Association. R. ALEXANDER GRANT, Rsa. Mgr. Dont Fall to See Babe Mason, the Child Wonderm FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 Seats Will be on Sale Tuesday Night Prices 23c $ 3Ccw 75c MISS NANNIE TOUT AND SISTERS In Grand during this great Granted this week. Reported by C. a Co., patent attorneys. Washington, D. C. Ernest L. God be. You'll makp money by buying goods Balt Lake City. Combined agitating yon neod now If you buy your gooda and leatblng tank: George A. Mlllett, here. Cedar City, reservoir gate. For copy All School Children 2Bo. Adulte SOo THE TWO UTAH PATENTS. Suita for young men which did sell $2-9- HITS MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th ths Same Hors Three Timas. Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 11. Eldward Raker, aged 60 years, died la the penitentiary last night, having occupied a cell In the insane ward for some I time. Raker enemed to have a mania to teal a certain horse In Vanwert county. He was nent np for a short time for stealing the animal. When be got out he look the horse again and was sent tip. An soon as be got out he went to Vanwert county sad stole the same horse and was then gent up for fifteen years. one-faal- for $3.75 sale BONO In Perfection. ONE NIGHT ONLY Ohio Man Stole Enrcka. Utah. Oct. 12. Edward Nelson, one of the most prominent residents of this city, was killed today In tha nhnft upon some mining property In the north Tlntic district, a few mllea to the north of Eureka. Mr. Nelson and bis brother Al Nelson were ths owners of tbe property, and for some time they have lieen sinking a abaft to derelop It. The property is equipped with a whim, and today, after eating luneh. Mr. NelIn and Bring your boy son waa being lowered, into the shaft, get a 63.00 suit for $1.45. There are which Is nearly 200 feet deep, his several styles In the lot. brother remaining above io handle the MEN All day we have been sell- whim. which Fastened the ing Geo. G. Rnow's shoes at $2.95. the bucket Isto loweiedropeIs upon a wooden are i and wearers, They good stylish slides along upon The regular price Is $3.50 and $4.00. cross head which shaft and keeps ths the guides qf the When withLadies $3.2$ and $2.50 shoes ea the bucket In proper position. in about eighty feet from the bottom table at $1.55. bargain head Is of the shaft this cross c .. to have caught In ths shaft, thought f Italics auitg at While price. the bucket to pass on withyou are in tha store today ask to aee allowingand a few seconds later, when it, the salts. The ladles In that depart- out It became loose, it fell, etrtklng Mr. ment like to pbow their goods. Nelson upon the head. This eanaed him to foil to tbe bottom of the shaft. pairs Boys' and. Youths His brother went down the ladder my Shoes on the table at $1.10. They and found him In a dying condition, are broken lota, hut good ahoes. and then, being unabla to take him oat of the mine he rode to the Fsrragut Dont fall . to visit the hosiery de- property, two miles distant, for help. While some of the employes cf the partment with tbe, other people. The returned with Mr. bargains on tw kinds of hose stone Is Farrs gut worth the effort. Ladles' 35c fleeced Nelson, D. .iTiarrlngton came on ta hose for 35c; misses' 36c wool hose Eureka PA a physician. The body ws brought to Eureka tonight.. for ?$., The decessed leaves a wife and two n hoy and a girl, their ages Fifty mens' $10 nnd $1$ salts on children, eight and four yearn, respectivethe bargain table at $6.4$. They are beingAnother brother of tbe deceanad ly. good makes and good style, but odds resides at Connell Bluffs, Iowa. and ends. $7.50, 0 90 PEOPLE mated. Many people who were In the store yesterday wanted to get sale goods at sale prices and although the sale had not bees billed., to start until today, we let some people who had come long distances take advantage of the low prices, bnt the others waited anti) today.' The store has been crowded all day and It looks as though the bargains will continue to leave the several departments np until 10 o'clock. to Big Cast, including B. SMITH, HARRY HERM6EN, OSCAR RAGLAND; WALTER OSBORNE CLEMBON, GERTRUDE HUTCHESON, ELSIE FRA. ZEE. LaBELLE LAURETTE, STANLEY FELCH and ths famous Consolidated haa In erecting and pm Its system for the eellection HE HAD A MANIA. . ' 4 ROYAL CHEF d A. Mimne THE . ftlwHTK IVtII The Mueical Cocktail With a Mnu of Music Direct From a 2$ Weeks Run in Chicago. ot and the reamelttng of the dust which is claimed by that company to be the agent of destiuctlon to growing vegetation. The Improvements at the Bingham Consolidated's plant are being made under the direction of H. L. Ctiarles. general manager, aud arc especially addressed to ihe saving of fine dual sod diluting sulphur-m-i gases. The United States company ia now Installing at great expense a large bag bouse similar to the erne in use at ihe Murray plant uf the American Bmeltlng and Refining company, and la Intended to entirely remove the lead alack. The eystain at the American plant ia also being Improved and will cost the company over $100,00(1. Prof, W. C. Mlmugh of the university of I'lah spent a number of weeks during the summer in the Bald for the purpose of making Investigations as to the actual cause of the Injury to crops and vegetation within (he are affected by the smelter smoke, and. It in under Mood, haa demonatrat ad bey ond any doubt that flue dust Is tbe chief factor In the smelter smoke iroblem; so much so that It Is that If the smelters retain this dust, a solution will be arrived at This has also been shown very clearly by tlrfr Improved conditions around the Bingham and United States plants, said a smelting man today, "since tha dust collecting system has been Improved." nt STORES PERFORMANCE TONIGHT-LA- ST $175,000 5,000-shar- C LARK S iAlmceHicfe ASSOCIATION. NORTHWESTERN THEATRICAL DIRECTION R. ALEXANDER GRANT, Raoident Manager. The Bingham dltd Be.Ma X la-e- . THAT WHEN THE CHILL NIGHTS OTAVTUnn COME IS WHEN WE NEED ThoSE 30. ten rents 1 Ball Ocl 15. Although il has cost a steal, deal uf money i do it, the smelting companies operating In the Balt valley bate removed practically every possibility of the BHug uf new damage suits against them during the present year, and with lamd muter cnltlvaiuw fanner within n certain area contiguous to tbe several plants, or abo.u no per rent of them, have aorsptad runipenaailon for any possible damage which may have been Inflicted u tegetaikui upon their premise during ibe part summer Agents of tbe Bingham Consolidated Mining and Smelting and ihe railed States Smelting. He lining and Mining companies hate been particularly active In this regard, and one of them said today that ibe farmers In reasonable in moat Instances bad tbelr demands. Fractlcally everyone within theatre comclaimed ' by the above named panies in which damage from fumes may occur. It ya amid, have etcher settled nr hate agreed to for a consideration satisfactory to all concerned. The I'tah Consolidated haa dona likeits wise. although the area within smoke belt probably covers a larger arraage. But all tbe smelting companies. while they have been adjusting these damage cases have also been engaged in Installing devices which, the managers of the respective companies believe, will entirely do away with aay possibility of damage In the future. - Oonf&RTABLE BUT C - :th date of this Snow a Co , Washing- FARMERS GET SMELTER MONEY. t. OVER GARMENTS patent- stamp ton. I). C. location. GETS OFF TICKET. Salt Lake, Oct. II. The announcement vaa officially made today that one of the result of President Smith's paper to BIX DIVORCEE. Alleges change from Holly road will be cidedly for the better. of any of In pueiapo i- We will have a full supply of both about Nov. 1. They will be set up on the floor of our new building NEW HEADQUARTERS. , - Jewel Steel Range, Heating Stove or Buggy on EasyT erms CHURCH BUY Grand Opera House From Correspondents and State Exchanges Opera A. Bnow OGDEN 263 TIRF EXCHANGE Twenty-fift- h California and Direct Wire fet j Prices $1.00. 7 and. 50c AM St Eastern Rasem Sperling Events WANT AD6 YIELD BIG RESULTS PLACE YOUR ORDERS tyiTH MITCHELL BROS. Monuments, Copings and Head- stones. Don't bny from agents, as they gat large eorastlssMms and yon have to pay them. See year homo people first. Yard opposite City. Cemetery.