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rtMdu mi-- . Bfl t Ki-e- E.ouu-r- oiii BREVITIES . Motion for n new trial in the cam of L urn Rend vs. Thonins Fevnt mi John Lee has been filed. Pv. Appiii-- j Gordon Imiuonaii y dni Theodicy. Hapguod Autoh.tig-n- j i 0f a uji-- f Howells Moust'-Truand O' hi r F a revs. Hudson Divine , James and Banfosd -- Umeruui-utjjJn in Con-tro- h g J. Adolphus Busch, the Bt. Louis brewer, who la 111 with pneumonia, suffered a relapse early yesterday, at noon, however, It was announced that he had rallied and hie condition showed Improvement. Mr. Buach has relatives in Ogden. ONE Arthur D. Klngsford of Laramie, Wyoming, la the guest of his parents, at 609 Twenty-sixtstreet. h James H. Devine has returned af- ter an extensive trip through Nevada and California. He visited Sacramento and Ban Francisco while in the Istter state. The Weber dub, Friday, gave oae of IU popular danoea. There was g a good attendance. IN BUSINESS AGAIN I have shout 140,000 of real estate listed with me, which belongs to old cllenta, friends and acquaintances la ' the east, who Instructed me to close out these holdings la Utah at reason- able prices I am making my headquarters at room No. I, First National, with Huntar A Kennedy, and can be .found after office hoars at the Reed FRANCIS RITTER. hotel. NEW BOOKS Have Been Meolvod at the Carnegie I Library. The following new books have been placed cm the shelves at the Car negie library: Biography. A loot! Life, Letters and Journal. Balfour Life of Robert Louis Stevenson. Bradley William Cullen Bryant Huxley Life and Letters. Le Bran Memoirs. Lodge Richelieu. ' Lowell Joan of Are. Paine Thomas Nast Perry and Beebe Fbur American Pioneers. Ruskin Letters to Charles Eliot Norton. Wheeler Alexander the Orest. Stevenson Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson. Hill IJncoln, (he Lawyer. Travel end Description. . Allen and Sachtleben Across Asia on. a Bicycle. Bolles Lend of the Lingering Snow. Custer Tenting on the Plaint. Davis -- Rulers of the Mediterranean. Davit Three Gringos in Venezuela and Central America. DeWlndt Through the Gold Fields of Alaska to tbe Behring Strait Grohman Cnmpa in the Rockies. Hough Story of the Cowboy. Johnson Highways and Bywaya of the South. Mill Siege of the South Pole. Ralph Our Great West. Sddmore Java, the Garden of the East. Sddmore Winter India. Smith Gondola Days. Wallace Russia. Winter Gray Days and Gold. Winter Shakespeare's England. History. Bigelow German Struggle for Liberty. Botsford History of Rome. Bourlnot Canada. Davids Buddhist India. Dawson South American Republics. Fiske West Indies. Fraser British India. Hosmer The Jews. Hug tad Stead Switzerland. Rogers Holland. Stephens Portugal. Theal South Africa. Tregarthen Australasia. Vambery Story of Hungary. Whitman Austria. Useful Arts. Brown Manual of Assaying. Ewing Art of Cookery. Forney Catechism of the Locomotive. Fullerton How to Make a Vegetable Garden. Mead Irrigation Institutions. IndusRochelemu Great American tries. Rose Complete practical Machinist. Shlan Story of the Mine. Miucellanaoun Baldwin Story of the Mlad. EXCURSION COST OF THE STRUCTURE PLACED AT 3200.000. Improvements at th Utah Hot Springs Aro to bo on a Largo Scale. At a meeting of the directors of the I tab Hoi Springs held Friday. U wav decided to improve tbe resort at an outlay of $35,dtin Manager Shealy has been authorized to make the place the finest bathing in the areal and. in pursuance of instructions will cutunieuce work Immediately . Plana for the erection f an elegant hotel and sanitarium are under way at the office of Smith uud n nt - Half a Million Dollars Distributed Each Month in Wages by Smsitars. Accommodations Mud. that rnifii tbe road from Ogden to the lake side, has prevented more representative of (he smelters from visiting the sites that have already tieen protiouuced excellent bi two companies. In order that the geography of the country west of the ritv might be studied, blue prints of the land from point south to a point north, embracing the lake .bore for several miles, and the country Immediately west of the settlements along the Weber river, have been prepared and for warded to Balt Lake. Special features, as the canal in the Warren district, the proximity of vegetal km, the contour of the lake shore, and the exact location of the local smelter, appear prominently In the blue prints. Engineers of tbe smelters will examine the mapa. It la a source of satisfaction to the Weber Club and taken as the beat indication of Immunity rrom legal by smelter men. that the cltlseas of Weber county have taken, from the first proposal made by the dub, tha keenest and friendliest interest in the movement. Not only have altes been offered, but other inducements have been held out to official of the companies, that make Ogden the most desirable location point of any yet considered since It became Imperative for the plant to he removed from Balt Lake valley. If the ameltere come to Ogden, it will mean the expenditure of f 175,000 per month for supplies, 950,000 per month for coal und coke, aud an equal amount to railroad companies every month for freight, besides a half million dollara each month In wages, and a yearly tax of 290,00fl. The figure, which represent the financial outlay uf the smelters a they era now run, are considered the strongest argument In summing up the benefits to be derived by the county should It become the home of nmeltlng Industry. eon-tes- lit. WHY BUTTER IS EASTERN EXCURSIONS Via tha COLORADO MIDLAND RY. HIGH Via Oregon 8hort Line sad Union The following la from Hoard! DairyPacific Rr- - Cheap round trip ntas. man: Tickets good to return until Jan. 7th, In Much speculation Is Indulged 1307. Ask Agents for particulars. about tha fact that, with all the supposed great Increase In creameries, JAPANESE ENTERTAIN the price of butter atill holds up Those who speculate forget two or three things: They Have a Christmas Tree and a 1. That the cow la the source of Tea Party. the butter supply, not the creamery. 3. That the more dense tho cow A very large number of the leading population becomes In any section, the bualnesa men and citiseua of Ogden less proportion of heifer calves are gathered la the Pint Presbyterian raised. church Friday to enjoy the Jap8. That the Increase In milk conanese T. M. C. A. Christmas celebra- sumption has been so great that a tion. This T. M. C. A. now numbers very large share of the cows of the about fifty aetlve members, begides country hive been diverted from bub to tbut business. many associate members and Is do4. That tbe increase of cows in this ing a big work la a social education a the and in spiritual way among country is only about six per cent many Japanese young men In Ogden. yearly, ao It takes about 20 years to in a way double the cow population. The exercises were given 5.which trrtld have done credit to any That the progress of dairy Ideal body of Americans, and that the large among farmers la teaching them to audience enjoyed them wns made evi- weed out the unprofitable cows, thua dent by their frequent rounds of ap- reducing very perceptibly - the milk plause. After the program had been supply for unprofitable butter-makin6. That the percentage of Increase given a beautiful Christmas tree was lighted. This tree Is one of the finest of population la much greater than the ever brought from the hills and Its percentage of Increase la cows, white large sod symmetrical boughs were the consumption of milk and butter laden richly with Oriental adornments per capita has been steadily on the of rich beauty. Increase. All things tend to strengthThen followed Ute comedy represent- en the dairy business la all Its parts ing the Japanese Idea of what Sants and keep price to a healthy grade. Claus should be and the distribution of presents to all within the rooms, afCOUNTY TEACHERS ter which the Y. M. C. A. rooms were finof and even cups thrown fragrant est Japan tea were served to all. Making Arrangements to Attend the room fitted up with Tsac bars' Convention. The reading hundreds of Japanese books and many The county board of education held Japanese newspapers and magazines Bills was an object of great Interest to all. Ita last meeting yesterday. The Japanese work Is growing very amounting to 195 were allowed. A rerapidly end great credit la due those port was received that two piece of who are so earnestly standing by It, school property In Hooper had been dlwpoaed of. and aiding it R. W, Lester was appointed to SucH. Reynolds as principal of the ceed DEFEA1ED COLSOM ACAIN Uintah school. It was decided that the county board But tha Local Skater Continues to Be will meet with the boards of Ogden Ambitious. and Balt Lake' during the teacher' convention. County teachers are mak' Auditorium Friday The ing preparation to attend four days another packed bouse to see Col- of the convention. son, the champion of Utah, skate a mile against Davidson, the world's UNITED STATES TO OGDEN champion. Both men were la fine their bout tad many the shape for friends lustily cheered them si they Management Leaks With Favor Upon Bite Offered at Junction City. came to the starting line. The race, which was according to the AustraUnder the above beading the Salt lian pursuit system, proved exciting. Colson got the Iced to the first lap Lake Herald aaya: The United States people are unand held It against his opponent until cora looking with favor upon the when, rounding doubtedly the eighth lap ner. he slipped and fell. This, of site which has been offered them by course, let Davidson in the lead and tbe bualnesa men of Ogden, and It Is be held it until the last lap, clearing not unlikely that the Bingham Junclap abend. tion smelter will be removed to the the finish about one-haColson Is anxious to try It again Junction city. The site offered on the and thinks he can win the champion- lake Is said to be free from danger of commoke damage to forming Interests, ship from Davidson. The crowd, Is an abundant water supply and tbe of there the city, of people leading posed was It la expected that the railrouda would It and the sport enjoyed greatlr one continu applause from start to make a common rate which would reader the feature of freight tariffs not a finish Davidson goes to the Auditorium ut serious objection to the proposed locuBalt Lake for a week, commencing tion. There In hardly a doubt that the Monday, and will race against Fred the InHamer and any others who feel so smelters will be removed, und dications are that tbe sites mentioned disposed. Trier A Bunon will succeed David- will be choaea. Prominent ameltermen out of the son at tbe Auditorium here for another declare that It la tosimply run In Salt Lake them for friends here, question have as many they week, made during their previous engage- vallev under Judge Marshall's ruling. ment. They will be followed by the SUES HIS FATHER-IN-LA"Carnival." the famoun "Rexaa and s attractions other several Seattle, Dec. 21. For Injuries innow headed this tray from the east flicted upon him by his father-in-laWilliam Constantine, Jesse M. Hall ATTEMPTED BLACKMAIL. yesterday filed ault la the superior asking damages of 9100.000. Billings, Mont. Dec. 23. E. P. court Hall recites la his complain that hi Smith was arrested by the police attacked him and woundon the charge of attempting to father-in-la2. blackmail the Billing Sagar com- ed him with a revolver oa October rewho As a result of the Injuries then 8raltl1 W,B 125,000of pany he haa lost tbe warned the polios of the alleged plot ceived he claims thatuse of one finger his voice, the He asserts his Innocence, declaring use of severe Injuries to the Hilt he simply overheard the conver- and suffered hand and arm and tbe nerves of sation relative to the proposed dyna- rightleft arm. the mite outrage. Hall states that he was capable of WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS earning 1150 a month before aattacked Hat of by Constantine, and details WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. the expense he has Incurred since. lf first-clas- ta v--- 1 'mirurnB mm '' . - be PROMINENT f l Oil! "Sam n u i m- -. kie Pecn Ailis'.in n rtu"il Gu. ru men;,..'' tiMitv. u.'cn.rtra. b-- A - Mcduesda.i. Jen ti , Do Your Trading Where . orium. 1. Overiure, "Alorulug, Neon and Night in Virunj. ' V:,ij)e. "iliiirhe .Militaiiv. ' tschrlieri. s. -Muvio. Rileii-vit- i. 4 ntif-it'g- . Wiiirft liy St u. Isa. "Gung'l They Employ THE..... 'ta!li etc., orrhistra. Thai silaj, Jan. t:3u p m , Grand hi 1. me. Oper Overture, "Port and peasant. ' Ogden H:gh School Waid-.-r.fel- VISIT teachers to BY mu limn PLEASANT MUDDY ROADS RETARD THE WORK OF INVESTIGATING. RATES. Dec. 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 31, Jan. moiinim;, BENEFIT llodgeon, architect a. lu considering the feasibility of establishing a sanitarium, the question of locution ha been duly taken up und the selection will be one of two altes. One la directly uouth of the present building, while the other la cart of the railroad tracks where the dancing pavilion and grove now exist. Either one of the two site, if chosen, will be beautified by lawns, walks, flower beds und ahrubberv. The curative properties of the waters of the springs are aufflrlently known, the directors believe, to wir-rathem in attempting to build up a famous resort. The hotel, when built, will cost 9200,000. The Ogden A Northwestern will be electrified as for as tbe Springs at once and extended to Brtgbam City before the end of the summer of 1907. Material for the olteratlim of the road Is In the yards of the Ogden Rapid Transit oompany. To meet the Increase in the system new- cars will he purchased and a regular trolley service will be established between Ogden and tbe resort. As aoon as the road is completed to Brigham City, a preliminary Life. survey of which haa already been f Williams Adventures of a Fresh- made, regular service will be opened with the intermediate country. The man. Lucas Book of Verses for Children. mala support of the Springs la expected to oome from the north. Perrault Tales of Mother Goose. The plana for improvement adoptO'Shea Six Nursery Classics. Stone and Pickett Everyday Life ed by the directors provide for the renovation of the present building, tha in the Colonies. cementing of the pools and the buildThackeray Ruse and the Ring. ing of several additional plunges. HOLIDAY smt OF GREAT Pleubet-Uomment- Mrs, L W. Brown left yesterday for Anaconda, Mont., to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. (Yank La bier, known to her many friends here as Mrs. Case Van An.lle. si SMELTERS ASSURED BE A BIG Traa-p- fhr:s-:a!.i- r Funeral nervlcee over tbe rema ns of Joelah Read will be held at the Vtourth Ward meeting house, at Z p. m.. Peri:.. J at today. Remains may be the home of Oacar Couch. Z047 Jeffer- State and Nation. son avenue from 10 to 1 o'clock, toMsbie Books and Cuiiure. day. Interment will be In the City Merriman and H rooks book cemetery. for Surveyors. Openheiut Mental Growth and The law firm of Agee, Chei and McCracken will be dlaeolred on the first Parkrr Talks on Teaching. day of January, 1007. Perry Reliquea of Ancient English Poetry. Hon. Paul Bailey of Cheyenne, depRiddle Modern Reader and Speak uty United States marshall for Wyo- er ming. has been the guest of Mr. and Riis Children of the Poor, Mrs. Klngsford. Riley Songs of Cheer. Ringwalt Briefs on Public QuesCharles Smurthwalte is to be the tions. speaker in the Congregational church Sargent and Kittrodge English and on January SO, his subject, "The Mes- Scottish Popular Ballads. sage of the Merchant to the Church. 8kakespeare Love's Labour'a Lost. (Variorum Edition I. J. J. McHugh and wife of Reno. Spargo Bitter Cry of the Children. Ker.a are visiting Mrs. McHughs Thayer Best Elizabethan Plays. 50 at Twenty-sixtstreet. parents Turrey Nature's Invitation. Van Vorst Woman Who Toth. A ditcher has been set up Wisgln and Smith Froebel'a Gifts. brothers, on Twenty-sixtstreet, Wlggln and Smith Froebel's Occufor use la digging the trench for the pations. water Bystem to tbe 8. P. yards. It Is Wiggin and Smith Kindergarten a remarkable piece of mechanism and Principles and Practice. docs the work of many men and Wyckoff The Workers: East. teams. Operated by steam, Wyckoff The Workers: Wert. and easily handled, the ditcher ary on the Acts removes the earth in buckets attached of the Apostles. In wheel. a to fair weather, when the Masters in An (6 vol.) ground la la ordinary condition, the Besant Beyond the Praam of machine will dig its way through Avarice. many yurda of earth per day. Besant Golden Butterfly. Breadwinners. Mlaa Bessie Klngsford, formerly a Black Daughter of Heth. high school girl, but for three year an Fothergill-Ki- th and Kin. instructor on the plana in Milwaukee, Goodwin White Apron. has returned to Ogden. Ohnet Ironmasters. Poole Mrs. Keats Bradford. Dollie Miss Walker is spending the Russell Marooned. holidays with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Sontt Torn Cringle's Log. Peterson, in Butte, Mont. Whits John Forsyth's Aunts. Juvenile. At a meeting of the Box Elder ComBrush Paul and Penis. mercial club held recently ut the club Deland Oaklelgh. rooms. In Brigham City, the question Smith Four on Farm. of offering some Inducement to the Smith Three Little Marys. Murray smelters to locate in that Ward New Senior at Andover. county was discussed. Whitney Summer la Leslie Goldth-waite- s vL-w-- o;iex. ita:!. WILL v; v,'sS v;! G.sdden rsAjHXEB: Hjiii Soa. r ,r Flym-Ti-su- Mcm.Mxa T'irii. r .i; w. V entertained PEOPLE. Art Ample and mittaes Are Resolved, to Picas All. Com. Kcm. dad. r. 5. 2. McCasky Accounting rt -- Bmiiioiw Oxrriu.e. Mr. Chas. Caliph of Bag- Register Thursday. Jan. 3. 8 p. m.. Grand 1. Sckcikm. Opera house. from Faiirt, Grand Opera House orchestra, j 2 Soprano auio. Mrs. Lizzie Thomas Bki Sards. 3. Overture, "Magic Flan-to.- " Your Account Cannot Go Mozart. Friday. Jan. 4. 1 p. m. Grand Opera house. 1 Selection, Bohemian Girl The different local committees have Ogden High School orchestra. 2. been working hard this week and have Tenor solo. "Star or My Heart, Mr. Thomas Ash north. 3. Jus: about completed their plant for Selection, National Melody, "Old entertaining the State Teachers' which will convene in this Glory," Orcheatra. Friday, Jan. 4. 8 p. m. Grand Opera city on next Wednesday. January 2, houae. 1- .- Selection. Parsifal.' Wag lor a three days' sesiou. ner. Grand llouae orchestra. 2. A report haa gained circulation in Violin so hi.Opera Concene,' Memlellsohn. aotne pans of tbe State that Ogden 3. Kigjletts wul not U- - able to accommodate the Mr. George Skelton. convention. The committee ou enter- quartette, Verdt Mr. Uzai Thomas Edwards. Mrs. Besale Dean Alilana, tainment state that the report is Mr. Tbotnaa Ashworth, Mr. Haglmrt aud des an injustice to tbe Anderson. of the city who have their homes to this couvrntlou. opeued Homes for more than 1.2(10 vialiiug t earners HOLIDAY EXCURSION! VIA RIO GRANDE WESTERN RV. have already been secured. The committee la situ soliciting mums aud For Christmas holidays the Rio Gey claim by the day of the convention they will have ample acrommiV Grands Wester will sell round trip tickets to all pidnta iu Utah at one datlona for the 1,500 teacher who Lave signified their Intention of com- fore for round trip. Ticket ou sal December 20, 21, 22, ing. II and January X. Limit, JanuThe committee on decorations have 24, 25, 7. nearly finished their labors. They ary have made arrangements to decorate the opera house and the vaiioua A FIRM churches where tbe section meetings will be held. This committee also Announcement is mads that Judge reports that the street light on WashHenry H. Roiapp will resume the pracington avenue and Twenty-fiftstreet tice of law, with tho New Year, and will be turned on each night during he will be nseodntud with his the convention. Several of the busi- that ness bouses will display flags and former partner, Hon. Chariot C. Richards, under tho old firm nauio of Richmake other decorations that will ards A Rulspp. a welcome to the visitors. For several years prior te Judge RoThe reports, which Superintendent Allison has received from all over the iapp' elevation to the bench, this firm waa one of the strangest and most state, indicate that this meeting will popular in this section of the country, prove to be the must succrastul in and the succeeding years of active exof puint attendance, interest and instruction uf any in the history of the perience on the bench and at the bar will make tbt new firm strouger and organization. than was ths old. Ths firm's ofDoubtless there are but few persons, abler by other than t butte directly connected fices will be thokt now occupied In tho Sewith educational work, who fully ap- Mr. Riohards, rooms preciate tbe scope and character of ries building, Ogdon. the work which will be aororaplu-lu'at this State Teachers convention. To the general public It will he appreciated for Ita Interesting features in the way of literary and musical treat. But to the teachers It will be a source of real help and educational t. Teachers will get new 1 less, plane, neibols end enthusiasm which may be employed not only in furthering tlie educational intercut In their community, but in fostering in the rnlude of their pupils high ideals of true cltlsenehip which Is one of the great ends of education. At tbe goaoral session, which will be held In the opera houae, educational questions, which will embrace every phase of life, and which are of national Import, will be discussed by some of the foremost educator of this country. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS In the section meetings, which will GALORE, be hrld in the high school assembly because uf their Infinite variety and room and In ths churches of the city, superb artistic beauty lu decanted educations! question end problems, rblns are and cut glass, found mom which have n direct bearing u the pleasing and better appreciated gift schoola of this state, 111 be discuss- than any otbsra. At Olsen'a you hava ed. an extremely large stork Id select Tbe first meeting will bf a general from, ranging from dinner, ton, lunck aevslon. hr hi In the Grand Opera house and breakfast sets to fancy and ornanext Wednesday morning at tea o- mental creations that are always a clock. In the afternoon the following source of Joy end beauty. In cut gloss section meetings will be held: Pri ws hsvs o fine line of useful things. board mary, Juvenile court, school and high school. The reception . Wednesday evening E. t the Auditorium promises to be the 2259 Washington Ave. greatest and most pleasing aoclsl event of the convention. The committee is leaving nothing undone which would contribute to the com-foand pleasure of the 2,000 persons which they expect, to attend. The principal address of the occasion will be delivered by Governor John C. Cutler. after which there will be dancing and refreshments. Thursday will doubtiesa prove to lie the busiest day of the convent iuu. The entire forenoon will be given to section meetings, which will be held ns follows: Kindergarten, grammar, school board, music, elocution and physical education, and commercial. Tbe general session Thursday afternoon should prove Interesting and instructive. The meeting will he addressed by Mr. E. G. Cooley, of Chicago. and Mlsa Sarah Louise Arnold, of Boston. Too much rannot be said in praise nf these two talented speakers and tbe committee aro to be conPROUDFIT SrORTINfi gratulated in the selection of persons who have national reputations In eduGOODS COMPANY cational matters. Mr. Cooley I supWholesale and Retail erintendent nf the public schools ot SPORTING GOODS, Chicsgo and ranks high as an educator and scholar. Miss Arnold was forjobbers of EDISON PHONOAND GRAPHS merly supervisor of tlie public schools RECORDS, of Boston, and Is now president of s ClartHorrocks Fishing Tackle, aula eastern tbe She college. Athlstl Gesda. Dean large Stall and thor of several text books, strong Phonographs Sold sn Easy them being, "Ths Stepping Slones to 961 34th 8L Terms. Literature,' which Is one of (he adoptcity ed series of readers In tha schools. Three section meetings, superintendents, arts and crafts, and parents, will be held Friday morning. Friday afternoon Miss A mol. I will address the teachers In general seisin n. gnd Friday evening as a Citing climax for the close of ths convention, Mr. Cooley will deliver one of his fum-ou- s lectures in the opera house. At all thrf general sessions und at some of the section meetings exceptionally fine musical programs. In which some of tbe best artists of the state will appear, ire being arranged under the efficient direction of Squire We Use this System. Wrong. Maa-rhero- Pickett Grocery Co. BOTH PHONES 177 2344 Washington Avsnuo. un-tr- ett-lie- HEW-OLD-LA- W h 8U6-30- WE'VE BUSTED THE IDEA you ona't get 1st class goods at a 2nd band slurs at 3rd clans prtoas. s W pick up snaps and giva buyers with no bad debts or high added. THE JUMBLE. 3200 Washington. 1'honts 1144. Buys, Satin or Traden Anything. that bar-gain- Here Is the Place d up-llf- On November 20 and December IS. One fore plus from Utah points to Kansas City. Omaha, Denver and Intermediate points. Limit, 60 days. Stopovers. For further information writ L H. Harding, general agent, Salt Lake City. Chicago, 13 Minneapolis, SAVED TWO TRAIN CREWS Hoodoo Surrounding Bex Cur Finally Reunite In Bad Wrack. Perk City, Dec, 21. There hue been a hoodoo standing over box cur 8639 1, belonging to the Pennsylvania retimed, end it has been a never ending source of serious trouble to tho railroad crews of the Park City branch of the Short Line, Borne three weeks ago, while being taken up to the Daly-Weore loading station over the high line,. It Jumpej the track and Liter, e when loaded with ore, Jumped again and rolled over benind tbe residences In that part of town. Yesterday a wrecking crew came up from Ogden and the car wai again put upon the truck and wui being brought down to the main line when Engineer Blanchard on O. 8. L engine No. 167, lost control of the train coming down the steep grade, and the bulky wrecking train ran away. This happened Just about the time that engine 4 In came to town binging Superintendent H. V, Hllllk?.- of this division In his private ear. Tha officials hid just alighted from their car and were on the depot platform when the dietresi signal was sounded from the high line. Engineer liren-ra- n on 401, heard the sound und teal-Ire- d that be was In a critics! position. The local Patk City branch crew were switching In the lower yard and the main line switch was open and Brennan and his crew faced the situation of a runaway train behind and sa open witch before them. Before those on the platform realised what had happened. Brennan had thrown his engine throttle wide open and waa carried down the track sixty miles on hour in a mad race with the runaway train, hoping that Engineer Blanche! d could get control of his train before the open switch was reached. One of the switching crewa ssv the race and tried to threw the switch. His attempt was fruitless, however, for before he had gone a rod tho first train waa Into the switch, and alm-isinstantly the other train piled onto st high-grad- . t It Fireman H. Hibbard on engine 401 waa thrown out of the cub when the engine struck und landed uninlnred over thirty feet away from the engine. Brennan was under his over turned engine, but crawled out unhurt. No one was Injured seriously and Conductor Giles of the wrecker was the only man who received a bruise. That no one was killed I a mystery, as both train were running at the highest passible speed when they hit the switch. The cars which were In the wreck are smashed beyond possibility of repair and both engine stripped, while car B6891, which has been such a source of trouble, will be beard from no more. As soon as It could be arranged for, a passenger car was sent over the Rio Grande carrying Superintei.iU'nt HHUkrr and his party, W. E. Costa-la- . tbe new superintendent, C. H. King, n. chief of bridges and bridge of roaJmaater C. N. and Martin, this division, tt Salt Lake. Wrecking crews have been ordered bare from Ogden and Evanston, and tha track will be cleaned up at once. const-notio- CHLEAN EARTHQUAKE. to-d- New York. Dec. 29. A Valparaiso, Chile, special to the Herald, says a violent but short earthquake shock was felt there Thursday and two slight ones followed In the evening, no damage occurring. Despatches from A roc a. the scene nf the recent severe earthqnsk. say the shock caused lanitslidra and aide but there were no deaths.' Plans for the new Valparaiso city hare been approved by the president. A. Olsen, Grocer, rt Coop. The public Is invited to attend any and all of these lectures and meetings free. While Ogden has had many conventions. It Is doubtful if she has ever entertained one which will be of more vital importance to local and state Interest. This Is a most democratic, or- representative body, coming t a It does from every county and almost every school district In the state, and n powerful influence In shaping the character erf the future cltlsens of this commonwealth. These teac.iers come for rest nj recreation as well a Improvement, hence let tbe citizens make their stay so pleasant that Ogden will be long remembered, for ner boundless hospitality and educational Interests. Music Program. The following In the music program, with Squire Coop as director: Wednesday, .tan. 2. 10 a. m.. Gj and Opera house. 1. Eehoeu From the Metropolitan Opera, special orchesContralto arts, My Heart,' tra. - rtda - character at tho transfer service ws supply ear patron. Prompt, rsliablo and at tow ooat, any time you any well bs oa your Job nad hoadla tt ospodltioualy aad to (ho yu you want Ws have received a shipment of the best grad of Holland Herring In small kegs and also the ldad that nslla loose. W also have select White Fish, Finnan H addles, Kipps red and Smoked Salmon and Balt. Mackerel. BOTH PHONES 233. where get Just what In the Grocery Una. T. B. Evans & Co. GROCERS 2334 WASHINGTON Planet. Bush A GsrU Newman C. H. AVE. Bren. Orgnnn. WARDLE1GH, ! t I PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Violins, Guitars, Aoeordaeaz, Jos, Btrlngo. Ban. Latest Publication of Shoot Munis. Bee tha Wonderful Pips Organ. i 2379 Washington Avsnusi OGDEN, UATH. I Second Hand Stores Ths JUMBLE buys, sslta or (blues changes "any aid thing" seated) and mast now 1144 Wooh. Halls, - SECOND-HANSTORE, j Ws buy aad sell all Mnda of msi sad second-hangoods Call or phono Weeks A Haynes, Preps. 13d atk St, ; Phene, Ind. 822. NEVADA d PAUL SIEGENMIRT,. Bessnd-HsnBtor d If you have anythin to sell sr.buy sail sr phono 1379 to 1371 Wash, Am Bell 8884c. Ind. 878b Will pay a A. DBNKf SB ths highest grids hand furniture and aell to 3418 Grant ths cheapest, Phone 637-k- . Ind. 82. TRANSFER CO. 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