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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
lilt MuKAlMi EXAMINER: I'TAII, OGDEN", MONDAY, statutory offense, and this would have expired February 21, iu-HtBe will be released fro lto". Jl. January pniton George A. Williams. tarring preeight-yea- r sea recce for burglary, w sented s petition for par01 but it was denied. William wife secured a divorce from Id ,wo ago. shortly after he wa wnrenccd by the district court. Burt Miller aad Harry LcRoy. "-in- g e FOUR ENGINES ON TRAIN. Western Passenger a Bliraard Near Rio Grand four-yea- r Summit. 20. After wailoa-ib- g Sail Late, Ja Colton lu a Mtow bank W aud SoldW Summit tor about (our r A Kio Grand train No. lioiira, 6 pulled Into Salt Lake at :4v laat night. aada the paaaeasera hurried to to feed and recuperate their ht.tL-lafter their long and teduiua "real. No. arrive here about 1. shirk abould bra hours alter No. 6, managed to pa the latter by nieana of the double track, and reached thin city soon alter r 7 o'clock in the evening after a five-hou- at Colton. No. 5, m two arc i ion, wan only 15 tulnuiea late when It reached Colton at I '4a yesterday morning. As a fi right train was stationed la the now furthi r along the line. No. 5 was put tie-u- p oil the south track and started toward Salt Lake. Before she had run many milrs, however, the engine plowed into a snow bank aad fudged fast. Help sas canned and the task of releasing the passenger train was started. It was slow work, aa the wind was blowing a gale and the snow piled up the track almost aa fast as It was taken awer. The Sanger was put into commission to dig out the imprisoned train, but the plow Itself became stalled, and for a king time bad troubles of it own. finally No. 5 waa senti-nce- for a ran larcpny, petitioned for parole, but It waa denied them. They were convicted of selling stolen brass which belonged to the Oregon Short IJnr Railroad they company. In their petition stated that they had turned states who bought evidence against If. Levy, the stolen property, and who. they claim, was n fence" for the th.evea who stole the bras. Milam O. Ceatry, who held up a street car, rubbed tbe conductor and on then committed two more hold-up- s the same night, applied for parol yesterday. His petition was denied. Gentry la 21 years t;ld. and his partyears ol.l. ner. Harry Bouton, was Gentry was sentenced to serve eighteen years and Bouton b-- ydsra. The following esses were also brought up yesterday before the state board of pardoua: Stephen E. Leathern, serving time for petit larceny in the county jail, petition for pardon continued thirty days. to James L. Hammond, sentenced the county jail for petit larceny, petition for pardon continued thirty daya. Walter F. Week, serving time for statutory offense, Millar, I county, petition for parole denied. James Kennedy. Weber county, serving time for assault with a deadly of weapon, petition for commutation sentence dented. Edward Fnrnnel. Weber county, serving time for burglary in the second degree, petition for commutation denied. 1 JANUARY 21, 1907. how much succor would be given the English Grand Opera Co. Manager Grant la most enthusiastic over the opportunity to bring here ths largest and must expensive company that haa ever visited Ogden snd to determined to secure the necessary guaranies to justify Mr. Savage ia sending his company. He is all the more desirous of this for the season that tbe remarkably successful Japanese Grand Opera, "Madam Butterfly," to tbe masterpiece that to being presented by the company. This to ths work of marvelous musical fascination and of ona that pleases the average theater goer am well as the moat cultured lover of classic music. Composer Puccini ia credited with the masterpiece of all Italian masterpieces ia "Madam Butterfly." Some idea of Ita lyric and dramatic beauties may be appreciated by those who ware fortunate eoniigh to hear the Savage Opera Co. In Malt Lake the past two seasons when Puccinis "La proved to bo one of the beat liked of the entire repertoire. In urder to determine, exactly the Ogden situation Manager Grant haa decided to take the matter la hand himself aad inaugurate a subscription ala for the higher priced seats. To satisfy Mr. Savage's representative Mr. Grant will visit personally not only loading music patrons of the city, but leading cltlsen la all walks of Ufa and give them aa opportunity to just aubacriba. There la A commercial aa well as aa educational value attached to an engagement of thia high class nature and It to predicted that Ogden's leading people la business, social and music circles will all hasten to put down their names for tho Grand Opera. Mr. Payne haa promised Manager Grant that there will he no advance reachej and two freight engines were ia prices over those charged in New fastened to it. Their combined forces York and wherever this splendid comfailed to mot e thf train, which, by this pany appears.' Ho alio guarantees time, waa burled up to the car winthat tho big organisation will come to dows. Ogden with ell its chore of famous Another engine was summoned, but prinia dunes, tenors, baritones and the freexing snow held the wheels of bases. With Its orchestra of nearly the train llghily locked, and they 60 musicians under three conductors would nut move, although the Pullmans snd with the entire equipment of the creaked aud groaned with the strain beautiful scenery that made the which the four engines put upon them. "Madam Butterfly" performances durIn the meantime the freight train ing ita engagement just closing in Jnwn the hill had been released and "OLE OLSON" TONIGHT. New York the talk of the eastern mupassenger train No. 6 braved n sigh aa sical world. Anyone desiring to subtbey saw No. l go past them on n Qua Heege'a famous comedy drams, scribe may send their names to Mr. clear track. The employes of the mad continued "Ole Olson,' la mill engaged in pro-- ' Grant at tho opera house, indicating the price of seats snd how many deIn work heroically in an effort to get muting laughter, gaiety and good feeltlii- - train free. Shovelera were put ing and will offered ns a fun maker sired. The sulMcribptlon sale will be 3.00 between and under the rare and the at the Grand tonight by Northland confined to the seats thst coat snow wan thrown in great heaps to the singer, Ben Hendricks and a company and f JA0. of guaranteed excellence. Fifteen sde of the track. FILES CURED IN I TO 14 DAYS. Boon another difficulty faced the years of unbroken success for the deFAZO OINTMENT to guaranteed to rescuers the stalled engine wan out lightful comedy give proof that it posof water and threatened to die. Its sesses rare qualities that make for ears any cat of Itching, Blind, Bleeddesth meant not only the loa of its popular success, few plays like even ing or Protruding Piles to 6 to 14 days half that length of time. or nionay refunded. 60c. help In pulling the cars, but also the In "Ole Olson the story Is told In additional dead weight to be drawn. and simple, natural sympathetic Having snow to spare, the men lu manner appeals to the heart; the SWETTEKHM REJECTS charge detailed shovelera to keep the fun ia notthat forced, but bubbles up spontank of the engine well filled with AMERICAN ASSISTANCE taneously and the incidents are pre"the beautiful," and upon this in a sented conviccarries' that way the locomotive continued to (Continued From Page One.) "live" and to aid In the work at band. tion. These are the qualities that After bourn f hard work tbe line have given "Ole Olson" success. The was partially cleared, but It was ne- performance to be given hfcre has able under existing conditions in view directed, rehearacl and played by of possible emergency. I hsve been cessary to break the train Into sec- been tions of two cars each before it could Hendricks and 1a the only one au- able to sffnrd relief in many cases to and sanctioned by Qua private individuals." be moved. Finally tbe last two carj thorised wer gotten out, and the belated train Heege'a heirs. The company present'Ole" la an excellent nne and as DISCONTINUE SUPPLIES. proceeded on its way. Fortunately ing there waa a diner with ths train, and Mr. Hendricks is making a feature so the pannengera did not suffer from of his singing and yodeling, a musical New York, Jam 20. The gathering as well aa a dramatic treat is assured. of buugi-r- . supplies here fay the Kingston earthquake sufferers by the New relief committee, it is ex"KERRY GOW" WEDNESDAY. CANNING FACTORY. pected will be discontinued tomorrow for the time being at toast snd in faHorticultural Eoclety and Fruit Grow"Kerry Gow" to Xyplcally Irish. It vor of the refusal on the part of Gov. ers' Association Are Interested. fella of Dan O'Hara'a love for pretty Bwottrnham of Jamaica to accept aid Drew. 'He-lwarmKora a farrier, from American war vessels, It to quit Rail Lake, Jan. 20. -- Plana for ths hearted aad honest. While he does not building of a f lO.imo fruit canning claim to be brilliant, he to gifted with probable thst ths supplies now on ths factory to be erected In Balt lake that wit and acumen which help Irish- way to Kingston on the steamer Allecounty will be considered at the neat men to high places In the world. Tbe gheny snd Prins Joachim will never reach the port. Both steamers have monthly meeting of the Fruit Growers' Drews are pressed for n mortordered to call at Port Antonio association, which will be held In Cot- gage, which being was gotten by Valentine been there await further instruction. snd ton wood. Feb. Id, 1907. The Balt a who has the scoundrel, A special meeting of the relief comLake Horticultural society took Heps Hay, to declare his love for the mittee will be held tomorrow, when yesterday at ita regular meeting to innocent Nora. When he to refused, the situation will be discussed. formulate plana fur the organization no stone unturned to crush' Hay leaves Several days ago tho relief commitof a company and the 12 members the Drews and OHara. He uses henchpteaent pledged themelves to take a men to hide pikes In the forge of the tee cabled Gov. Bwettenham asking ths nature of acceptable relief and portion of the stork. The society will farrier, and gives out the story that where suppllee could he landed safely be represented at the Fruit Growers' those was O'Hara for pikes making association meeting. J. M. Fisher, Jr., the rebels. That meant desth in those snd to advantage. To these inquiries no reply was received. The committee will represent the interests of the daya O'Hara la arrested, but hla in- however, did hear from the colonial soBslt take County Horticultural nocence ia proven after hla eacapa. office in London, through which one of ciety and apeak In favor of building the Beaten in this foreintends plot. Hay sent to Gov. furtory. but the younger Drew haa a the three cablegrams was Bwettenham, and the tons of the mesSeveral members of the Fruit Grow- closing, will aell which for was such as to lead ths commiters' sasDrlstiiin are favorable to the thoroughbred, to clear the debt, pro- sage enough money orgeulsatlon of a company that sill vided the horse wine. Hay secures the tee to believe that Ita efforts were Jushe able to preserve snd ra ad the tified. greatest racehorse of the day, and the That the governor 'had not personmarketable fruit raised In Balt Lake contest to between the two animals. county. The majority of the members Drew's horse wins, the ally replied was believed to be due la mortgage to the confusion of affairs in Kingof the two aasuclatlona, however, are paid and Nora and the farrier close ston. In favor of erecting a factory of ordiwith a kiss, after Hay and the story In the of today's news a mesnary rapnrtty and then Increasing tbe his henchmen sre dragged to jail for sage fromlight Gov. Rwetteimsm is not exIt is plant a the business grows. , Mated that a site for the factory has conspiracy. pected. snd It to possible that the The story Itself la worth anyone's committee been chosen near the Rl will tomorrow decide to reGrande attention, but Mr. Doone has enriched call Western branch road to Park City. the mads sad return shipments with the sweetspt touches of to The plana will be fully decided upon the playand contributors such funds snd other with the truest dressed all nature, at the meeting In February. gifts as hare been received. While bite of Irish scenery. The Drew farm the committee has hesitated to push to a delightful country picture, and it has met with PETITION FOR PARDON. the smithy offers every opportunity the work mappedsndout,been assured thst response for naturalness, which opportunities aready word of welcome from official As Passed Over by Stats Board In sre taken adt enrage of by the entire arturce in Jamaica would Invite measRegular Monthly Bcaalon. company. Mr. Dmne and hla helper ures for relief far beyond what the make music on the anvil while heating committee has mads public. Ball 20. 'Thitch red-hJan. Lake. iron Into horseshoe, and the The committee has gone about Its Charlie" Botha's plea, embracing the chatter and singing and dancing are principles of the "unwritten law" for so true tu life that one forgets him- work with circumspection. It first Tathe unconditional pardon from a life self and believe iliat Mr. Doone has bled Gov. Bwottanham as above stated, sentence at the state prison, divided taken him Into hla own little shop. sending duplicate measagea. One was the votr of the state hoard of pardons, Then tbe rare I nmde exciting by the sent direct to the governor, a second and yesterday the final decision was fact that tbe new Is carried to the In care of the British consulate In Hacontinue, l for one month. Three mem- at age by carrier pigeons. Kero- - Gow" vana and a third through the colonial office at London. The receipt of the ber of the board stand for his par- la natural, it I beautiful. cablegram by the colonial office waa don. and two are against It. His case was nnf considered for discussion acknowledged by lord Elgin, colonial SAVAGE GRAND OPERRA CO. secretary, who cabled ths committee yesterday, but when It was called and It was found that there waa a dl lde-thst its message to the governor of It is for Ogden music lovers to say Jamaica would be promptly forwarded. opinion, It was pas-eThe evidence brought before the whether nr not till city will hare the In hla message the secretary axpreased board at the hearing last November finest, operatic event In its history cordial appreciation of and thanks for was overwhelming In many phases. this winter. Mr. Frank C. Payne, genthe proferad aid. Iloths stood before the board and re- eral represent tbe for Mr. Henry IV. I'p to this time the committee had cited In minute dvlail the circum- Barege, wa in the city yesterday for hesitated to perfect Ita plana, bearing stances which le,i to tbp double mur- the pturpoRc of ascertaining Just' how In mind that the United States had der of Ms wife snd her paramtiur. much support would be extended to officially declined foreign assistance Henry Tlbhlt. The latter won the the celebrated Ravage English Grand for Ran Francisco at the time of the affections of Mrs. Botha and carried Opera Co. In care Mr. Savage would earthquake disaster there, and holdher away from her husband's home agree to include ibis city for one per ing it possible that the British might When Botha rode up forms nee on the cross continent lour take a similar view regarding outside to his ranch. t" TIMvt's ranch and demanded art of the big organization. Mr. Payne aid for Its colony. The receipt of the number uf our local Influential colonist secretary's cable, however, explanation he ws resented, and tb tnet ahootlnu followed. musical people while In Ogden and ex- appeared to dispose of this possible Samuel Newhouse anj Mrs. New plained the c'.a.iorate nature of the objection and the committee, believing house wt-rat the hearing in B (ha's performance cnn'cmplated, and se- tbe governor's failure to reprond due .Mr. Newhnuae spoke behalf. o th cured many promises of hearty co- to Inadvertence or unavoidable delay, hoard In favor of a pardon for the operation to make the desired Tlsit concluded arrangements for two shipments. prisoner Judge M. M. Warren and of the English singing song birds M. IV Davis, Botha's attorney, prepronounced sucre. sented the phases of the unwritter In the day he met Mgr. R. A. PLAGUE AT RIO JANEIRO. luw" which apply to Botha's case. Grant In Bait aad the latter reWhen the arguments were closed at ported on hi return to the New Orleans. Jss. 20. In Rio De today the November hearing It was laid that Mr. Payne was not city conJaneiro during the week ending Dec. fully over for one month, and wa then cared 26 there were 22 cates of bubonic p.t vinced that thi city really poneil until this month. The d'vlslon enongh to have Grand Op- plague and eight deaths acordlng to largest of the board In the care made it era Co th.it Is touring the country to the bill of health of otodmer Dublane yesterday to pas the case un-t- subscribe for sufficient number of which arrived here today from that the February meeting (if the seat to psv for the performance. port. In the aame week there .were board. However. Mr. maintained that three rases of yellow fever, with one H. J. Jacob's petition for commutawas it impossible for Mr. Payne to death and three deaths from leprosy. tion of sentence the rc',r one secure an serii-at- e estlma'e of the granted yesterday by the lioard. He murtral tste f Ogden on so bripf a Miss Pssssy The Ides of her saywas sentenced to tan year for a visit nor obtain fair estimate of ing I "didn't lock mere than 40! Miss Fepprer-B- nt she didn't say that. , Aiwsys.kmtnHr the Pull Name Mtsa Tssay No? Then I mUunder I Mtas Pepprey Yes. she said you acted as if j ini thought you didn't lpok box. 3 Si more than Cuts a Cold InOrcDey, ' York-Kingst- d. e !' nt - jaxativ groaw Qumo) jo mtA 4.