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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
2 IDE HOUSING EXAMINER: OGDEN. UTAH, MORNING, DEf'EMIJER MONDAY 31, ..STORM AT HONOLULU. chy and materials fur the remainder of the 7a miles are assured for delivery Honolulu. Dec. 30. Honolulu and early in the spring. The recent ralus have retarded the work of laving vicinity today experienced the evep mains! n the residence district of the esi storm in many years. The schooncity, but there are already more than er Lavinis and hundreds of esnoea were wrecked. So far as Is known no fifty miles of pipe underground. lives were lost Work on the gas plaut is progressCHARGES AGAINST ing rapidly and at a rate that will see NEWTON AND DALY. It entirely completed in April. On Storm warning are displayed on the the large retort building the last of Pacific const from San Dego, Cal., to for $300, the roof was placed yesterday and a Tillamook, Ore., and on Puget Sound. Peter Olsen, Robbed of Check Swears to Sensational Affidavit. large force is now working on the rePILES CURED IN S TO 14 DAYS. torts and other furnishings of the Salt Lake. Dec. 30. Sensational bulldiug. This building is 185x60 feet FAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to saaiust and the building In which the engines cure any ease of Itching, Blind, Bleedcharge were made Assistant Cltv Attorney P. J. Daly and and purifying apparatus will be in- ing or Protruding Piles la S to 14 days William Newton, a police wool pig- stalled is about the same size or money refunded. 60c. eon" attorney, in a ewora affidavit Tbe steel' of the immense storage robbed who was filed by Peter Olsen, tank (list will have a capacity of THE HEADLESS BANDIT. of a check, and the county attor- 1,500,000 cubic feet of gaa la now up now hand. la to n height of about twenty feel ney's office has the case Harr Proas tka Archives at Warrants for the arrest of the offendIke tleaas Coorta. ers, which include S. W. Sears, who SAN PEDRO MINE. Dr. Lays, a French physician, who cashed the check, are likely to result from the investigation. Penetrates Ore 25 Feet With greatly interestad himself in the quesPeter Olsen of Boise, Ida., waa rob- Tunnel No tion, What passes in the head of a Wall Yet in Sight .. bed of a cashier's check for 9314. The hnmaa being? related the decapitated National was the at cashed paper Salt lake. ee. 30. News of the dis- following remarkable story, which he Bank of the Republic in this city, endorsed with the names of Peter Olsen covery In the 8an Pedro mine of an stated was taken from the archives of and S. W. Sears. When the check was entirely new ledge more than twenty-liv- e the Vienna courts: It was In the year feet la width and averaging betsent to the Plngree National bank at that Bcboenenburg, a well known Ogden, the cashier says that he recog- ter than $10 a ton in gold was renised the name of Olsen had been ceived from Frank J. Steward, super- bandit, and four of his associates wera forged, and refused to honor the paper. intendent of the Black Horse property, caught and condemned to death. They A warrant has been issued for a Mary In which a succession of big ctrlkes were already on their knees ready to Doe, charged with robbing Olsen of I have recently been made. The new ledge was encountered in pay the penalty of their bloody deeds the check in the SaU Lake I'nion bar at G6 East First Soub street. County the lower tunnel, which had crosscut by submitting to the awful fate of defeet with no capitation when Schoenenburg addressAttorney Parley Christensen promises ths ore for twenty-liv- e wall yet in sight. It Is confidently ed the that several arrests will follow. Judge, asking that hla four comshoot will Olsen swears that be was approachexpected that a high-grad-e might be pardoned on certain panions ed by Newton on the morning of De- be found at the hanging wall which If," asked the bandit cember 26. about 8 o'clock, and that will materially Increase the average conditions. Newton promised him that be would of the entire body. Regardless of this, "after I am beheaded 1 get np and have the check back before daylight If however, the find is Immense, for walk to tbe first of my comrades, will feet of ore avenging $1 yon pardon him?" The Judge thought he would give him $100 out of It. He twenty-fiv- e further swears that Newton wrote ont n ton would of Itself make a big that he waa pretty safe In complying n statement and asked him to sign It mine. with the request. "Then." continued And what adds' to the value of the Olsen says It wsm so dark that he find Is could not read It, but that Newton that It Is a cioas fissure In Its Schoenenbnrg, if 1 walk to the sectold him that It was n promise tn pay relation to the other ledges which ond, the third and the fourth, will you him (Newton) $100 when he got the j have been opened about 300 feet pardon them also?" Hie Judge replied that If such a miraculous feat could j away, and In which quantities of high- check back for him. Olsen says that Assistant City At- grads ore are already blocked out, in- be performed he would obtain pardons torney P. J. Daly said that It would be dicating that there may be more sen- for the other three also. The bandit a hard matter to get the check back, sations w hen the contacts are reached. waa now satisfied, and, bending hla but if he did he ought to be willing , It la at least additional proof In sup-- . head, ho received the fatal blow. Into pay out half of it. or (150. Olseu port of the claim so freely made that stantly the' head rolled down in the says that he said that be would be the Black Hurse district is entitled to and, but to the surprise and horror of willing to give up SSO, but that he . become one of the boom districts of all present the headless trunk arose Nevada. thought that enough. anfi walked alone. Aimlessly, It apOn the morning of the 26th Olsen NO BLAME TO COMPANY. peared, the body walked around until says that he went Into the Union bar It passed the first, the second, the third at 66 East First South gtreet, to buy n drink. He was approached by a Inquest Over Death of Miner at Coal- and the fourth condemned bandit d woman who might have ville Finished. when it fell down and became motionbeen a mulatto or an Italian, who less. Query, How could a headless asked him to buy her a drink. They Coalville, Dec. 30.' The inquest held body think went, according to Olaen's story. Into over the death of James R. Robinson, a little room In the rear of the sa- who died from the injuries received loon, where the drinks were served. In the Grass Creek mine last Satur- - GRUB STREET IN NEW YORK. The woman began telling the other day, waa completed yestrrday. The how very fond she was of him. Ulus-- t verdict returned by the Jury Is as fol-- ; A Butruroii AaalBiroeot nod the We find that the said James Pate e so Kple. rating her remarks with several lov- tows: j K. Robinson came to his death A story la told of a poet who eamo ing embraces. by be-- ; "My pocketbnok is gone," exclaimlug struck on the chest by a rock to the metropolis with a completed ed Olsen, feeling in the pocket in from tbe roof while working cleaning epic. This found no acceptance, so i which he usually carried his purse. up a cave of rock in the mine known after cursing the stupidity of the pubThe woman assured him that she had as the Grass Creek mine on the 22nd seen him place It In hla hip pocket. day of December 1906. We find that lic and the publishers he took to writRoon tbe matter It waa there, but when Olsen went to no blame can be lttached to the Grasa ing Sunday stuff. the bar, where he could see more Creek Coal company, as every precau- of fact attitude of tbo workers around plainly, to examine the wallet, he tion waa taken for the safety of the him, with the practical view of the found that the check was gone. He men. We suggest that the miners be market ho acquired, led him to doubt went back to look for the woman, but compelled to rig the coal from the the literary value of tho work ho bad ahe had disappeared. Olsen says that pillars without using so much powder, done In the sentimental atmosphere previous to his meeting the fair as It has a tendency to bring the roof of his natlvo place. charmer, that the bartender has offer- down." Frequently a commission to write a The funeral over the remains of the column of humor a week came to him, ed to advance him $100 on the check, and give him the balance In the morn- deceased Robinson was one of the and he cut hla epic Into short lengths, The tacked a ing, but he refused this offer. largest ever held Jn Coalville. on each fragment and aqulb alwere roads filled with mud and In printing It all sno ceded eventually VALLEY FARMERS AT SMELTERS. most Impassible, but many people humor at price many times larger came from the surrounding towns. were held In - the thaa the historic one brought by ParaThe services Officials Show New Process of and the speakers dise Lost." stake tabernacle, Gases. Injurious Another newcomer brought uosslsble were Elder Alma Eldrerge and Bishop Frank Croft. Many beautiful floral of- plays and high notions of the austerity A committee from the Balt Lake Yilley Farmers' association visited the ferings were In evidence, the casket of the artistic vocation. Three months smelters of the American Smelting and being almost covered. A large cor- after his arrival he waa delighted to Refining company Saturday at the re- tege followed the remains to the cemget a commission to write the handbook a utilitarian publisher proposed quest of the company. They were etery. The- local train that has been runvery rordlHlIy received by Manager to sell to visitors seeing the metropolis. Rchnfleld. The party reached 'the ning between Ogden and Echo for This commission brought not only a smelters at 2 o'clock In the afternoon some time past lir now run to Coalfor tho fair payment manuscript on deeach ville ties and here evening, and first visited the bag houne." This up Involved a vital secondary but livery, acIs one of This best all the night building has been no arranged that the smoke from the furnaces passes commodations the people here have consideration. The title of the work was Where to Fat In New York," through It before escaping to the out- had for some time. and its preparation made It necessary side air. In It are constructed a series for the author to dine each evening of sack. It Is claimed that whea the METHODIST MISSIONARY JUBILEE smoke passes through this arrangefor a month In a different cafe at the ment of bags that the Injurious fumea Enthusiastic Wslcoms Accorded to proprietor's expense. James II. ColMrs. Duncan Butler. which the farmers complained have lins In Atlantic. ruined their crop are retained, and: British Indian, Saturday, that part of the smoke that la reBarielly, Bo s Via. leased contains no gaes Injurious to Dec. 29. The celebratlona of the Meth According to ths order of nature, odist missionary Jubilee began here on the farmers' lands. Mr.Bchofleld went Into detail In Friday. Receptions of greeting were men being equal, their common vocaheld In the afternoon and evening and tion Is tbe profession of humanity, explaining the workings of the and said that it will be com- were attended by fully 2,000 persons. and whoever Is well educated to displeted by the first of the year. The Numerous addresses of welcome were charge the duty of a uisn cannot be committee then visited tbe roasting de- read, and felicitous responses were badly prepared to fill any of those ofpartment, where the manager explain- made by Bishop Cyras D. Foss of fices that have relation to him. It d ed tbe method by which the ore was Philadelphia, Bishop James N. matters little to me whether my pupil of St Louts, Dev. Dr. Adna B. be treated. The great power plant Interdesigned for tbs army, the pulilt ested the party, ami they spent fully Leonard of Oberlin, O., secretary of or the bar. Nature bus destined na to twenty minutes watching the powerful the Missionary' society of the M. E. the offices of hnmsn life, antecedent to and others. which other church, by machinery departments our destination concerning society. To A noted feature of the receptions are run. They next paid a vl.lt to the blast furnaces, and were shown wa the enthusiastic welcome accord- live Is tbe profession I would teach him. When I have done with him It how the ore is finally turned Into bul- ed the aged Mrs. Butler, widow of Rev. In true ho will be neither a soldier, a Duncan Butler, one of the first mislion. The committee consisted of John C. sionaries to India, who was greeted lawyer nor s divine. lot him first lie man. Fortune msy remove him Mackay, chairman; O. P. Miller, vice with much applause and cheering. In chairman; U. Rpcncer. secretary; A. expressing her warm appreciation of from one rank to another aa she J. HUI. William Haigh, Joseph R. Car- the reception Mrs. Butler told of the pleases. He will always be found In lisle. Henry Burton. Clarence Smith. reasons for her husband's choice of his plane. Rousseau. A. E. Lee. George M. Spencer and India as a field for mlasionary work. She spoke of the extreme dlfflculty J. P. McPhearson. Hsfa lo Farllmcat. At the present time none of the that attended the beginning of the A member of parliament most never smelters at Murray are allowed un- missionary work of women In India. The conference proper was formally stnud up with his bat on even If he der the restraining order of Judge has only risen to speak to the man beMarshall to Muelt ores that emit in opened today with three well attended the smoke over 10 per cent of sulph- meetings, at which addresses were hind him. Coming in, going ont or ides. It is claimed that the Introduc- delivered giving historical accounts of speechifying be Is always battens, and tion of the bag house will enable the the work of previous conferences. he la sometimes hatless when sitting smelters to keep the sulphide out of Among tbe speakers were Bishop Foss down. Thu if the speaker mentions the smoke that loaves their furnaces. and Rev. Dr. a Mil the member Is responsible for ba the A. Frank day Arter of lifts his During bst If his name la mentioned H.inovenon. O.. formally opened the In GAS COMPANY WILL EXTEND. a he lifts his hat. Even If speech great exhibition of Industrial, educahe happens at those times to ba bareTo Lay 75 Instead of 55 Miles of Pipe tional and women's handiwork. headed he must seise hat put it on, Before April 1 Is New Plan. then lift It BELOVED LADY DEAD. Salt Inks. Dec. 30. A total of 75 Tskaere Soroka aad Ff aware. miles nf mains will be laid In Salt Imdnn. Dec. .W. Baroness Bun A remarkable effect of tobacco lake before April 1 by the Utah Gas Coutts. who has been 111 at her smoke on the color of flowers msy be anl Coke company Instead of only 55 ldence since Christmas eve is do The death of Baroness Bun wss the first Intention of the miles. seen hi tbe case of tbe field scabla rompany. This derision on the part Coutts, occurring at the age ol named botanlcally Kuavtla arvensla, of the new rompany was made yesteryears, beside depriving the conn so frequently on tbe hllla and comof one are' and active its of day greatest and most i preparations being mons from August till October. If Its made to continue the work as soon as anthroplsts, remove from Lomlu purplish bine blossoms, which form weather conditions will permit so that unique personality. As a link with nearly globose heads, are held In the the work on the streets will be com- almost forgotten past, her life lx moke of tobacco, their color will soon pleted by the lime the plant Is ready nlng during the reign of the Emp torn to a bright green, about the same for operation. Napoleon, she lived during the r color as the leaves. Exchange. The orlrln.il Intention of the com- of five British sotivereigns. Inh pany was to lay only 55 miles of ing in Immense fortune, she main at the start and to make extenas to die beloved by the whole na' The Daaavroas Part. sion at later times after service had "See here," feebly complained the hpen started and a growing patronage SCHOONER ASHORE. victim after tbe accident I thought warranted the investment of more yon Mid It was perfectly safe to go The decapital in the enterprise. Portland. Op.. Dec. 30. A special up In that old elevator?" cision to a id nearly more to to the Ovgonlan from Astoria says Weir the elevator man. so the outlay In the mains came In line the schooner Alice Mc- it wss ratereplied to go up You see. the danwith the general feeling of certainty Donald. bound for Portland from San that Salt lake is In for a period of Franclaro. Captain Bended, is aehore gerous part of it was cornin down. growth aurh aa has been seen In few on Clatsop Spit, well Inside Columbia Philadelphia Press. cities f the country In recent year. river hsr. At low water she is high A rNi Patient. The additional twenty miles of on the sands, apparently In no danmains to he laid will he in the south, ger and probably First Physician Has ha got an ran be pulled off southeast nd southwest parts of th when the sea subsides. hereditary trouble? Second Physician Yes. I hope to hand his cane down eYi to my Bazar. ar 4hv . dark-skinne- r - ; . -- - Flta-geral- one-thir- d thre-maste- . son.-Harp- uinme Days navvy tab 33a It for one to know more than Plnntun. In well he snvs 190C.