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MORNIX'I THF. 8 EXAMINER 1 Elf PHONES iDITORIAL ROOM MtpdriMl BQ tl Hfc Ns. M 'Plwiw tot rings eosiness office HwepeMeut 'him Boti Tkm. sits tin .Ns, M Ns M FX A MINER: TRACK INTRODUCED BILLS SEVERAL REFERRED TO COMMITTEES. TRAIN DERAILED BETWEEN CITY LINE AND NORTH OGDEN. three months Senator Smith Maksa Spaech in rtditoi km (or the past left test night for s 2U daji' lour of ver ef Senate Bill Number 4 ld. Id. IWil. August vorce Is asked for. OB Aa absolute di- Plenty of sweet milk and cream always so heed T. F. Ferry, phone 261L A petit ion for letters of adininsitrs-Uowas filed in the district court estate ysaierdsy in the matter of thedied at of William Siiuipson. who Hlverdsle. Jan. 12. of this year. The estate consists of real- and personal property valued at I3.CM. William fitiinpsoa, son of the deceased, is a petitioner and aaks for his own appointment as admlaistrator. e The Weber Club ball given at the Coo gres Dancing academy last eventhe ing waa largely attended by uoe of aaa-aa. most fashionable endieocea of the Each dance given by the club raws to outstrip It predecessor. 0. Horn has removed his law offices ever Ba (Iran's Drug Store, when ho is prepend to meet any and all parties desiring the services of an A. . attorney-at-law- Juba J. Olsen, manager of the Goldfield Crown King Mines company returned yesterday from a trip to Gold-hella the luierest of the tuiupaajr. Mr. Olsen reports everything booming at tbs big ramp and says he has brought some Interesting Information for the stockholders in his company. Come and have a good old fashioned time with the Scottish people, Janu-- ' ary 25th, at Onngniaa Daaciug Academy. The Burns' celebration. OraUon on Burs s," by Hon. Frank J. Cannon. Kxrallent program of Scottish music and soof. Grand Ball. Everybody Invited. Tickets at Msclleth'a, Hutchinson's, Gulley's and Driver's. . Fe- Cementing Life Sentence. la the district essrt yesterday Ira Haskins filed a complaint iu divorce proceedings against Bvs B. Haskins, iu which hs ailegas dtnwrien. The Hasklas were married at Freaaburg. The complaint N. Y., Dec. 24. arts forth the defendant deserted him Ferdinand Perk and a party of Chicago capitalists pasted through Ogden on Southern Pacific No. 2 this morning, occupying a special car, on their wy to Goldfield, THEATERS KERRY GOW" TONIGHT, Joseph Murphy's Famous Play Ksrry Caw" With Allan Deane an a Strong Coat at the Grand Tonight. Not to ue outdone by the iaigrr line .if tbr country, tho Ogden A a waa session Yesterday' aga.u running from abort oae. It being uf about thirty Northwestern railroad, jgdeu city limits to the I'lab Hot inluutea' duration. yesterday Joined tbr ranks Senator Williams was the only Springs, uf the roads Included in tbs wreck absentee. epidemic that haa made Itself felt In kKm Prxwuivai Larva called the all part uf the United States during offered to ordor; Chaplain Siinpkin be peat few months. Aa engine prayer, and Secretary Campbell read turned on ita Bide with iu pilot four Monday's journal. feet la tba ground, at a point mid way-be-t The House Concurrent Resolution ween the city line sad North Ogcreating a special Joint committee on den, mute trftimony uf tbta revenue, waa referred in the way and fort. gn The breaking of a rail reused means committee. one was seriThe Judiciary committee reported the spill, aud that no ously Injured la little abort at a tulr favorably upon 8. B. No. 4. by Senator srlv. Especially is this true uf the Benner X. Smith, making the punishCherle Storey, ment one of death fur asult with a escapewasof Conductor who thrown on the rails In front under convict a weapon, by deadly car Immediately behind the engulng a life sentence. The report wai uf tbe The brake prevented Storey gine. second Its bill the nnd given adopted from being crushed to death and horreading. th wheels. Senator Smith made hi maiden ribly mangled beneath foil In this snow Tbe that heavy it when nf the behalf hill, speech in woik or th past neighborhood during Raid He third Ita reached reading. out that while It might look like a radi- tea daye has put the Northwestern Yescal measure, hr was convinced that of commission slick aud clean. It wa neceiaary. The present aiatute terday twu of the road's locomotives he declared, exempts life prisoner In were coupled together and iu charge of Joseph W. Bailey of designating punishment of infraction theSuperintendent Transit corns pny, were taken out of the rules. The result la that a lifer la Immune from punishment un- tin the line to buck the snow drift. less he commits the crime of murder, The track was forced open as far aa which ha a tendency to make them Pleasant View. Seeing that It was to get through to the Hot Insubordinate and to become bullies Springs Superintendent Bailey orJvred over their fellow prinowr. When the secretary Itegan calling the engineer to r SUP'S to tbe city. On the roll, Brtnkrrhoff refused to vote. the way back they picked up five cars He gave as his reason that he waa of eugur beru nt hagth Ogdn and not familiar with the bill, and on mo were running along hi e lively clip linn of lAwrenee the roll call waa put when a rail snapped bmratli the ere off to allow Mr. Bnnkorhnff to fa- gtne and over it wont into the ditch. Superintendent Bailey and four or five miliarise himself with the bill.. Four new bill were Introduced, of tbe employee were In the engine read the drat time and referred to cab when the accident occurred and all Jumped into the deep snow, thus committee. They were: S. R. No. It, by Seuator Kanband, escaping all but minor Injuries. Conrequiring each mine working tea or ductor Storey was thrown between more men underground, to provide In the tender of the engiu and th car a suitable place an emergency bog. following, hut the brakebeau was ao Containing bandages, cotton, a stret- low that It prevented his being carcher, and the appliance usually used ried ander the wheels. He was turned la "first aid to the Injury." The fail- over repeatedly and shoved along the ure to provide the articles named track until the engine landed In the constitute a misdemeanor. The bill ditch and the train was stopped. None went to the mluea and mining com- of the other cars left the rails. mittee. fi. B. No. 20, by Senator HollingsNEW RULES AND REGULATIONS worth, amend section SHUT of the Ke vised Statute relating to punishment for contempt of court. At present Prisoners Not Allowed to Receive and the renfinement la Jail cannot exceed Use Tobacco. flv days, and the amendment establishes a maximum Jail punlahment of Sheriff Rebring has issued a new ninety days. Referred to the Judiciary set nf rules and regulations governcommittee. ing the comity Jail, the same to beSenate Bill No. 21, by Senator Holl- come effective at unco. Among tbe ingsworth. requires that all onntracta most Important feature are the takIn cltlrn of the first and second class ing away of the privilege of receiving he awarded only to the lowest bidders and using tohHcro by tbe prisoners. and prohlblta plan and aperlflcatlnua Tlhe privilege haa been In vogue for a covering public improvements requir- long time and was one nf the few ing the exclusive use of patented pro- comforts to the men confined within cesses or processes protected by trade the prison walls.' Objection was made, mark which are solely ron trouble however, by some one un the outside by any tme person, company or cor and the sheriff properly put an end to poratlua, ur a combination thereof. the practice. Referred to the oommlttee on municiVisitors to tbe Jail who have been accustomed to going and coming at pal corporations. Senate Bill No. .22, by Senator any- hour that united them moat will amends the law aa In stale find that the new rules changes tills reservoir land fund, and permits the practice also. II la true that the men loaning on approved security by the on the inside delight to have persona atato land b'wrd of the moneys In that come and ane them, but on tbe other fnud. The bill went to the committee hand visitors are considerable of a a state lands. " nuisance to the sheriff's force. HereAdjournment waa taken until today after If they desire to visit the jell at 2 oclock. at all they will have to do ao between the hours of I and I o'clock un Wednesdays only . IN TNEHOUSE Cal-liste- r, warm-hearte- Conductor Storey is Rollsd Over Somewhat Roughly But No One is Seriously Hurt STATE SENATE. This play la of the sort that la taking the place of the low blah farce whirh has of recent years been attic-fareby self respecting Hibernians all over the reuulry. The true Irish spirit came In with tho Gaelic revival, and Irish comedy everywhere la outgrowing the monkey faeed Pat of the cartoou. But "Kerry Oow" la not a new pin?. Joe Murphy played a part In the original copyright and fourteen years later had the play for him alf. This Is tho ouly play now on the stags which has been played for thirty successive years, and Joe Murphy Is probably the only actor on the stage who has played In a slugle proLeader of Railroad Cemmlaaion Bill duction no often. Leaves Hurriedly for th East Mr. Allen Dooue will lie seen here tonight la the role of Dan O'Hara, the At the opening nf the house this Kerry blacksmith, and we are told that he gives to the afternoon. Critchlow arose to a quespart aa artistic and truthful concep- tion nf personal privilege, and so-tion. 'unced that he had Just received word that he waa wanted on very important bualneet In the cast, and ELIZABETH THOBHLEY DUO asked to be excused for one week. On motion, his request was aud Elisabeth Thorn ley. wife of Patri- he look hie departure. granted, arch John Thoraley. died at the famThe business whirh ha called Repily residence In KhvhvDIc early res resentative Critchlow east la a deal terday morning from an attach of p'naj Involving the sale uf the properties mania, with which she had suffered of the Utah Implement company to for some time. Mr. Thornloy was In a Urge eastern symllrno which has her seventieth year. She la aurvlxed been negotiating for the inter by one child, ten grand children and et of that concern for some time. fifteen great grand children. Dorlua Introduced a joint memorial Tbs deceased was bora in England, resolution, asking the national house whore she waa baptised into the faiib of representatives senate bill of tba Church or Jesus Christ of La- J4t! by Senator Smoot,pass providing for tter Day Saints in 1855. Iu INC: she pensions for Indian war veterans of emigrated to America and located si. Utah, who served between the years where she resided until last 1154 nnd 1857. This bill was Layton, ert year. She was well known ihrough-ou- t hy the national senate June 12.pus 1 SO:. the county and waa loved bv all. Koehler Introduced a resolution for The funerafwlll lie held hi Hie K Se- s commission to Investigate the matville meeting house at 11 o'riock ter of alleged false publication of ThursiUy forenuon. Interment wit', quotation on various commodities, be at Kayavllle. for tho purpose of affecting prices on . d - SNCWDENjS VICTOR Milo Race at Auditorium In 3 Mlnutee, 20 Seconds. Wins the One d SOUTHERN IN KILI ING OF OEER ILLEGALLY. THREE MEN DETECTED Gave THROWN ee Their Raeene That Their Families Were Deigituto ef Feed. The prompt action of Conaiabta Holmi-of North Ogden resulted yes terday in tho running dswn of the first case of 11 legs 1 killing uf deer that has been brought to light sim the heavy snows set In and drove the animals to the low Uadi in search of food. As a result three men will likely be rolled upon to answer for the crime. Constable Holmes reported to Sheriff G. A. Be bring yesterday forenoon that a party uf three hunters were seen going into the mountains supiioseJly for the purpose of hilling deer. The sheriff instructed him to trail the party and gather what information he could. Acting under his advice, Mr. HolmM returned to North Ogden sad followed the .trail of the hunters. U was nth lung before ha diacovered where deer hod been killed. Continuing on th scent he located the huus where the venison had been taken. lAter Deputy Sheriffs B. B. Wilson and Seymour Clark were assigned to the case to see If tbe venison could bo located. With the Information fun nlshrd hy the aonitable, they found the same at the bouse of a man named Price. Price admitted that he, together with s man named Wilson and a third part), had done the killing, but pleaded ns a reason for so doing, that they were without food and were compelled to resort to this method of obtaining sustenance. Tbe found their place where the oAct-r- s man showed evidence of poverty on every hsnd, but, whether this would Jusilfy the action they took, remains to he seen. It is eipected that the three men will be treated today and held to answer for tbe killing. The officers t are driermlned to stop this kind of work. Tbe deer can be eaally located; in fact, in some places they have raided the fanners' haystacks on account of the deep snows covering everything In the mountains. TARIFF QUESTION. Must B Dons to Ksep Otrmany Quiet. Bomsthlng Washington, Jan .22. Tariff experts In congress yesterday scuuted th rumor that the President may call an extra session to consider the tariff question. The dlsruslon of the subject, however, brought up the quee-lioof the tariff relations with Germany and It waa said that It will be for tbia government, necessary through congress or the executive deportment, to take puch action as will Justify Germany lq extending for another year the modus vlvendi under wlhrh the tariff negotiations between countries are proceeding. Tbta the modus vlvendi will expire before another session of congress, but It Is thought likely that a resolution calling upon the President to seek an extension would proxa effective. It Is believed here that the German reich-sts- g would look with favor upon such a request, la view of the recognised Impossibility of copgrees solving the tariff question this session. n to AT WHITE CONFERENCE HOUSE. Successful Bidders for Work on Canal Are Present. W. J. Oliver Jau. Tens., and Anson M. Hangs of Ni'W York, the contractors who have submitted tbe lowest bid for the construction of the Panama csnsL were granted a hearing at the White House Inst night by the President, Secretary Taft and Chairman Shonta uf the Isthmian canal commission. After the conference Chairman Shouts said: "Messrs. Oliver and Bang have submitted n statement of facta as to their financial responnlblllty to carry out the contract. The matter will be folly Investigated before any decis22. Washington, of Knoxville, eeoi-hed.- " - x William Brown of Salt lake was In Ogden yesterday marching lor a younger brother, who left Salt Lake a week ago for San Francisco, Inn baa not yet shown up at his desilna-- . tiou. Mr, Bnivii said that (he yuuug man was subject to severe headaches and be feared that the aVttude may have affected him i much that he was forced to leave the train nnd forced to abandon the trip. A ?arch of the city for the missing man wi:i be ma-le. STILL AKOTHER WRECK 5 TWO OUT OF THREE GAMES TAKEN FROM FALSTAFFS. NUMBER PACIFIC FROM TRACKS. About Twenty Peeeengere Are Reported ae Injured. But None of Them Seriously. Lund Easily Rarxksd at Star ef This Contest, the Playing of Which Was Moderate. While running at a high rate of speed near Deeth, Nevada. 14 mile west of Ogden, Southern Pacific train No. 6. known a the Western Express, was ditched aortly The before 11 o'clock foot evening. enure train of eight care was thrown from the track, soma of them being hurled a distance uf 200 feet. A score of pussengrrs sad employes were injured, but th officials claim that non was seriously hurt. The cause of the accident ta unknown. No. 5, which is due to leave tbta city at 11:55 a. m., left here yesterday afternoon at 3:14 o'clock. In charge of Conductor Truesdal. Th tram won due at Dth at 8:40 o'clock last evening, but wa running about four bourn late, in order to make up some of this last time. It ta assumed, that they were taking advantage of tbe down grade at the point where the wreck occurred. Just as the train reached the whistling post east of Death the baggage car next to the engine climbed the railv broke the coupling! betweeu It and the lender of the engine and turned over Into the ditch near the track. This car was followed by the baggage, the two coaches, the diner, a tourist and two Pullman sleepers, all of which turned over and thrown different distances from the right of way, Tbe engine remained on tbe track. Th railroad mn say that the cause of tho accident ta unknuwn, but it ta believed that a defective brake hang er or brakeboam fell in front ot the first pair of trucks of the baggage car and caused It to wreck. Ae quickly ea possible th Injured were gotten together and taken to Wells, a distance of twenty miles, where they were cared for temporarily. The Ogden wracking outfit, which was at Gartney, cleaning up the debris from the wreck at that place about ten days ago. were ordered to Deeth. The track was torn up for a considerable distance and as soon os this was replaced traffic wo resumed as usual. It will be some time, however, before the wreckage can be cleared away. If the reports that none-wer- e s'Si ously Injured In the accident are true, the wreck will probably go down In history aa one of the most peculiar In that respect, that ever happened. I'p to a late hour this morning no Hat of the Injured haj been received at local railroad headquarters. The Apeches bowling aggregation scalped tbe Falwtaff team at the association bowling allexa last evening by taking two out of the three game played. This ta the third week of tbe city league series, but so far the teams have not rounded Into form. Their work haa beea but Jluie if aay better than that of their rivals, the Commercial league. Last evening's work was no exception and aside from the second game bowled by the Apnch-- c and the scores made by the Fal-- s toffs fo the third game the work was not better than that seen any evening in the minor league games. Lund was easily the star of the contest and there was none to crowd him for first honor. His was the only 500 total made In addition to this he waa the only man to moke n 900 single game score. The Apaches took the first two games. The first they won by a total of 48 pins and tbe second by a mar gin of 1. In the third they slowed up a bit while tbe Fslstaff came to life and the tatter landed the Ust of the series by 41 points. Craven and Clay tied for second low honors and they have decided to play off the tie when the same teams line up against each other a third time. There was no me who cared to dispute Van Dam's claim to the low score, so that was made a matter of record without befog contested. The rest of the bunch nil bowled along fo about the same class, which Is not saying much one waj' or the other. The name of Smith was used to protect one of the cracks that became ashemed of the shoxvlng be made. Tonight the 8tars and the fiatellites will be the attraction. Lost night's scores follow: Fslstaff paa-aeng- d RECOMMENDS On ths Basis That min Lo-ltu- Inu-anc- Washington, Jan. 22. First Assistant Postmaster General Hitchcock recoin ends in his annual report that the salaries of the officers nnd clerk in postofflees and tbe salaries of letter carriers be Increased to enable them to meet the Increased expense of living. TWO CENT FARE. 22. Th" two crnaldered day by the constitutional con vent Mid amended, making it operative only in case ih railiads loct-ivjut compensa'ion for The coax eiii inn aluo a rftie g?oloaial enoj. - rrtli irni',i-quicke- 'i es xx . Hh-har- mi j -- I:-- r H-r- , ,:s-.ul . - i 149 145 135 i:-- a Time, 1:16. Fourth race, six and n half furlong The Promenade handicap Hector won: Joe Coyne, second;. Collector Jessup, third. Time, 1:22. Fifth race, mile nnd 5x) yard lame Wolf won; Swagger, second; Briers, third. Time, 1:48 Sixth race, mile Rubric wen; Ramus, second; Ocean Shore, third. Time, 1:42. ASCOT PARK RESULTS. Lon Angeles, Jn. 22.The form players at Ascot Park received a shock when Bielta A. won the fifth race today. She ran a surprisingly good race and won as ahe pleased. The favorite. First Pirate, finished far bock. The other events went to favorites. Weather clear; track fast. Result; F7rat race, mile Charles L. Stone won; Aragon, second; Toon, third. Time, 1:44. Happy Rice flnlahed first, but aaa disqualified for fouling. Second race, futurity course Lord of the Forest won; Royal Rogue, second; Suceed, third. Time. 1:11. Third race, three furlongo Booger Red won; Harvel, second; Eearly Tide, third. Time, :36. Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth Von Tromp won; Kercheval, second; Eby Miller, third. Time, 1:48. Fifth race, six furlongs Stella A. won; M. Gorky, second; J. Leonard, third. Time, 1:16 Sixth race, seven furlongs Bantou-fl- e won; Don Dono, second; A. Musk-odathird. Time, 1:27 PAIR GROUND RESULT!. New Orleans, Jan. 22. First race, alx furlongs, selling Gold Proof won; Belle Btrome,' second; 2-- 3-- Givsn to the Rock Island. 1a Omaha, Neb., Jan. 22. The Omaha postoffice has been aotlfled by the gov- ernment that from and after Jan. 24, the Koch Island will carry the fast mall between Chicago and Omaha. For twenty years consecutively the Burlington has held this contract as well os that for the transportation of fast malls between Chicago and Denver. Whether the Rock Island will secure this contract, too, It not known here. The award to the Rock Island was made on the ground that Its tral roaches Omaha from Chicago one hour earlier than does that of the Burlington. e. d Ontario. Okla.. Jan. 156 124 140 150 23.-T- : 4,l,i.-t'lt- Ban FYancisoo, Jan. 22. At Emery-villtoday Hector, the lng ehot fo the Promenade handicap, uutde a ruaaway rsee of It, McIntyre netting a terrific p&ee from the surL Wall Miller of Msgrane put up a masterly ride and beat the favorite. Misty Pride, In the six fnrlaug even. Results: First race, five and a half furlong A1 Linaev won: Ray Bennett, second; Huerfano, third. Time, 1:09. Second race, six furlongs Frolic won: George P. McNear, second, Joe Goss, third. Time, 1:16 Msg rase Third race, six furlong won; Misiys Pride, second; Pal. third 5. In his testimony before the mouse committee on postofflees and post loads Mr. Hichcock has reiterated that recommendation, supplying the committee with considerable data on tbe subject. At the recommendation of the committee has prepared of the amount necessary annually to carry Ills propoINCIPIENT FIRE AT RICHMOND. sition into effoct. Arrordlug to these figures the syshe Richmond. Vs., Jan. retail tem of increase wlhch Mr. Hitchcock ta suggested will require $3,000,18)20 for business section of Richmond the officers snd clerks of postofflees, threatened by a fire which broke out not including postmasters and their at 1:45 o'clock this morning lu the deputies, and $2,000,0(8) for letter car- Williams building, a targe brick atrue-torAt 2:45 o'clock the lire had riers. The committee has not. reached a decision on the matter. spread to adjacent property and was threatening the chamber of commerce building. The entire fire department JIM CROW PLANK. was called Into service. Though SouthGuthrie, Okla., Jan. 22. Democratic ern Bxpress companies office and the leaders In chargn of the proposed "Jim Richmond Blues armory are located fo Crow" constitutional plank tonight Is- the building where tbe fire started. sued a statement In whirh they claim A number cf the largest tobacco facthe vicinity.. they have enough votes pledged tories ore located In waa The Blue armory stocked with among the delegates to assure the passage uf the provision when It 1s re- 500.000 rounds of ammunition, which exploded and drove the crowds away ported out. of the committee Thurs- from the street suroundlng the arday. mory. Ledbetter and Delegates Leahy are engineering the separate coach and RIGHTS OF ALIENS. room measure. They admit waiting tnanv of their colleagues have been Washington, Jon. 22. Representaundecided as to their stand on the today, speakimportant proposition on acount of tive inSherley of Kentucky the bouse on hfo bill giving fedihe conflicting reports emanating from ing eral courts power to punish conspirademocratic congressmen at Washington, This difficulty they claim to have tor against the rights of aliens, exovercome by authentic messages from pressed a doubt that the national govnational leaders purporting to relieve ernment could hy treaty confer rights the embarrassing position in which the on foreign subject to receive Instruccunslturlon makers have heen placed. tion from the public school. But insofar a the right can be conferred. It was Mr. Sherley'a opnlnn that tbe RAID BY SOLDIERS, federal government should have powto punish conspirators against such Col umbu, Ohio, Jan. 22. A number er f soldier from the United States right. recruiting station taut night raided RUSSIAN STRIKE. a hat ia known os tbe "Bad Lands" district. and hnried missile through the Gt. Petersburg. Jan. 22. The worksindows of bouses, saloons and reempkixed by 12 of the targe facsorts. Major Glenn, the commanding men tories here si ruck half tbe day in memofficer, sent out a detail and placed of their comrades who were killed thirty of the marauders In the guard ory "Red Sunday, Jan. 22. 1905. but house. Tbe affair was the result of a on there was no disorder. The attempts rer-- nt cutting affray in a resort In to engage in ilemnnstrations were which a soldier waa worsted hy a neextreme cold, tbe the by hampered gro. ljxst night the soldier, with a thermometer registering 20 degrees irowd of his comrades, went after below xero. - Ta-p,.- .......154 Clay Gilbert Coat of Living Has Increased, - . RESULTS. EMERYVILLE 438 Daring, third. Time. 1:18 13- 8- 439 Second race, three and' n half furlonU0 189 453 gs--Whisk Hrooni wen; Lute Fos486 179 167 Lsedom ter, second; Blue Lee. third. Time, 488 187 145 Smith :43. Third race, five furlongs, selling 724 758 Total Toy Boy won; Prince Ahmed, second; El lame re, third. Time, 1:00 Apaches 472 152 151 169 Fourth race, five furlongs, handicap Gysin 140 147 146 445 Watkins Emergency won; Toboggan, second ; 140 147 15- 2- 429 Monere, third. Time, 1: Oil Craven 160 153 158471 Fifth race, mile Orbicular wou; Wilson 540 Granada, second; Silver Skin, third. 169 221 150 Lund Time, 1:40. 773 818 7752367 Sixth race, mile and a half, selling Totals Big Bow won; Mainle Algol, second ; BURLINGTON IB DEFEATED, Brilliant, third. Time, 2:35 Van Dam Mail Contract i- go-i.,- SPORTS e Seventh race, mile, selling wan; Kemp Ridgley, second; Lucy Marie, third. Time, 1:41 . INCREASE. 1 w-i- wax. APACHES im-T- At Ifallsck. Nev., on the main line ot the Southern Pacific fore, noon two freight trains collided bead on. One of the iraln was standing still at the time of th Both hadly damaged imj on engines 'if te freight tars wa. thrown di.ig. no 'rally across the track. There one Injured. cent railway fare 1907. 23. Quite a esctiing and hard fought aa professional, was the one mil sprint at the Auditorium last night, with Snowden of Ogden, and Buck of Iota Angeles, lined Up against each other. Bnowden won the match bx- - half ion la a tap In tlii- time ot 2 minutes. 2ti Tt waa authoritatively elated that secoti tl. contract probably will he awarded A targe audience witnessed the the the ilex four or five daye. If mnteet. After the second round Duck within Oilver-Itang- s foil to the floor, and before h could tbe cwntrart is out given to the rompanx. the lowest bidden, recover Snowden gained a comfortable lead, which he maintained and the commission may call for new bide. gradually Increased each found. MINING RIGHTS. Toulght n nice will take plan- - between Gli-nLashua of Ogden and a fast lady skater from Ball lake, both Vein Can Be Followed' Under Adjoinuf wliorn claim the distinction ing Grounfc. uf speedy skaters. Wash in s' oil. Jan. 22. The supreme court of the i'niied States affirmed AT AUDITORIUM the derihieii of r lie supreme court of (allforni:i in h.p case of the Brest Gem ml K lively Mining company vs. Tonight th Half Mile Race Will Take the (Vn:rj Kircka Mining company, Place. sitstaiiiini; tho riflit of the latter comowner of he Summit quarts The half mile race tonight ut the pany, SHIUI-tnlne in Ammlcr county. Cal., to follaiHhn-ofo! Auditorium Miss v.cn Glen f a in !ii, whet If. R. 20 was introduced hy Meeks low on its own apex ami Miss Blanche Ogg ot This measure seek to reimburse SaltOgden, ground, when l. utend nndrr the sur exa vew be to l.akr, promises Mount Carmel school district No. 2 fare i.f the companys ground, citing cxxntet. The many friends el In Kane county for $251 expended in Mis Ogg at Salt Lake are very con- which adj'di.H it wax held that h icalmainirg its school during the past fident of carrying off ihe honor and luck of I'araMi' ism In the end line ear. f :i mli.e (loPK nt affect lateral rights. of course, the people of Ogden will nut let unything like that happen PERJURY AND FORGERY. s' Mias i;. any Men Is sill lie EXLABCE STORE out in force .ind see thal their favor e Company Must lie carries off the prii". Ogden ha President of Answer to the Charge. The firm of J. C. Head and Bneh-e- r got to wiu. him. ha enlarged 1. s store on Twpt.tr New York Inn 22. Wm A. BrowBefog unable to find the negro, ihey fourth street to twice - former vte HAND COMPOSITION. er. Jr. pri'The building o copied by 0f the Washington starti-- trouble. L. Brewer l.tfe lnu::n.west of Head's has H.id-vmpany. must stand VjJ"r Glenn today said tba he would to the Washington. Jsn. 22. Puhlir Prin- 'rial on i:i,;i--. harness shej, fo retuuxing die ;!t returned again' investigate the trouble am! I I' a us sued ter Btiiling general or him. and forgery, tin- i ha' the leaders would be punished. Ion, thus ;.cr;ury two room into dor in dax winch lie says the of bam ier one Ceinmodioip anded down by Justice J'lme sterns, ono of the lattxr, has t sales c.impcxiiloti is fast coming to clpse. decision denies a corfert. and given the names of the that, affords ;i liet-coppovMirltx The order was issued to rail attenti.-nctli r fur dnii-s- a of the Indictment. who are now In the guard displaying the Urge :(s-of to the government prluttiig ofitces The case ret'M h"iie. the of out carried tx 'he tlim. night rchil of instrur'lon in t.xpese'-tmg- . port of To facllltste h'lsic'..' ;ii( r ..,y Bled with the slat in Chineve. The school held li lns'iraaciIn which and more adisrr.uce.nih Htr OSCAR WILDE'S "SALOME. " instruc-I.Jt- i The Iasi session first night. wurh ' ' vice to the p'lhlic. the linn ha had been charged he free, tiir no pay given for ill ff the icpur' .. New York, Jon. 2!. At the Me1 hi. 1iIip1 a cash sxs'eiii which will h. in i l.e work done. 'tying laps'd and the force heprof.irta day af'iT had been filed Iv If. in opera house tonight, for the Vi ;iort hnsri.ii, uH wtibooks of IrM time in this country, was Ktrn Hons with 'he coifpar.v r ed In the ;. i, rnn COLD IN GERMANY. ihe compar.i ducted in tern; oi cai-'t- . hus price-bot- h Strauss' musical setting of whui' -- ale and rtuil Oionr Wilde's one act play "Salome." ltcrltn. Jan. 22. The herm.'tncter-reglstercSICILY. The a occupied over an hour an 1 OKES IN two degree Ivtow rxso t f;T'x ve The openir.g minutes. wer R.i'iie. Jsii POTATO 'ey and still lower since the Kingston totne we singularly beautiful, repr erri-dcin northern Germany si.i'-Th: ''itserSi-- : ,'vthquaUe have hern fu'lr.g a terrace on n palace of Hero ' i cclder weather than has !t iu i JlTe prcxa!:e caus n:foas. continuing, ex-tbe banqueting hall Here you mn a st.i:n ran Gernanv since Marrh. 18S8. TV- ! , ing co:..- h ej gtarm. House.; in spa caruosing with H envon rolltr ; you haven'- ; much the among suffering are threatening tc ois snd hix numerous guests. ready to laugh yoi;ci :f i( ' a: '.ues. Navigation of he Rhine .tl. apw. C"-- : The thetr occupant . t' prices of admission ri.k Frid.-.- night, l rail i.inially Interrupt.-- . . amp ci1 i!.. eerere weuth-T!ki the audience waa limited the l?n. It has the fancx Hi.i'i"' hear :if. I cvui'-H'in K.ir pe way traffic Mount a.-- , and Stromboli con-- i only hx th (;e He Mure capacity Of Ihe Metropol- lopiece m her i.iyed ly the scxerlt; of the i four t" h ns of nctlxi j. --! IQOKIHC FOB BBOTHEB JANrARY DITCH LAW SESSION Miss Rack Proul. accompanied by fcsr su and uncle. whs have been , WEDXFfDaY, SENATE HASHOCAL TRAIN VIOLATORS EIGHT CARSIARE SCALPED1 BY THE IN THE OF GAME A BRIEF LEAVES BREVmES southern California. tTAlI, OC.DEN, WRIGHT TO Bele-troiu- AUTOMOBILE TOURNAMENT. Ormond, Fla., Jan. 22. Three five mile event for cars of all weight and power, a mile event for tbe American champlonahip for touring car fully equipped, and a touring car teat marked the opening of the fifth annual Ormond-DaytoInternational The automobile tournament today. steam ears had a runaway match of It, easily distancing the single real competitor they had. The American champlonahip for touring can fully equapprd, waa won by Durbin, a power steam cor. In 53 6 seconds. Summary: Five mile, from standing start gasoline. Blakeley, 76 hone-powe- r Time, 4:25. Second, MacCready, 20 r gasoline. Flme mile, flying start First. Fred A. Marriott, 80 horse-powsteam. Second, MacCready, Time, 8:44 bone-powe- r 28 Tima. gasoline. n e 2-- horse-powe- er 4-- 4:52 2-- Five mile match, won by H. E. steam. Time, Rogers, 30 hone-power 3:51 One mile, 4-- American touring cars championship, won by Frank Durbin, 20 horse-powsteam. Time, 62 MacCready, second, 20 horse-powe- r gaaellne. Motor cycle, mile trial Curtis, 2 cylinder. Time, 53 2--5. 4-- LEWIS DEFEAT! SMITH. Denver. Jan. 22. Harry Lewis of Philadelphia knocked out Robe Smith of Denver In ihe eight round content at Coliseum here tonight Lewis outclassed Smith In every round. Inflicting severe punishment to the Denver man. Smith took the count In the third and fifth rounds and tbe bell saved him on three occasion. Seldom has a gamer exhibition been seen here than that put up hy Smith. The men fought at catch weights, bnt Smith weighed 12 pounds the heavier. made Clem Groves of California Kid Bennett of Crippel Creek quit fo the sixth round of on eight round bout of the eemlwlndtip. THAW TRIAL TODAY. New York. Jan. 22. The calendar of the criminal branch of the New York state supreme court wa cleared for th trial of Harry K. Thaw today. The Thaw caae atands next on the calendar, and tonight there appear nothing to prevent the opening of tbe trial tomorrow morning aa scheduled. FOUR KILLED IN WRECK. Albany. N. Y Jan. 22. Four men were killed and twelve Injured todar Washington, Jan. 22. According t on th New Yorkk Central. Mohawk in division, about half a mile went of private cablegram received Washington today from a prominent Albany, hy the collision of a "light government official in Manila, General with a caboose filled with railLuke E. Wright, American umbaaaa--io- r engine road laborera. to Japan, haa made known to his friend that be will retire from the diREFUSES ENDORSEMENT. plomatic service next August anJ return tr, hi home in Memphis, Tenii.. Tbe IJttle Rock. Ark.. Jan. to resume the praetlce of taw. house of representatives today refuaeo to adopt a resolution, already paaeo TILLMAN by the senate, endorsing the action of President Roosevelt In the disrniumbus. 8. C., Jan. 22. Both charge of the negro aaldler on achouse uf the legislature today eler'ed count of the Brownsville riot. P. R Ti'lniicn to the United Prates ,'T:ac. The election wil be colnfirm- STRIKE AT LODZ. 1 tomorrow in joint session. Lodi, Jan. 23. Tho strike planned SCARLET FEVER. fo commemoration of "Red Sunday, wxs successfully carried out by tn" Chicago. Jan. 22. Since the Socialists today In thl city. The were the present epidemic stores and restaurant 1 to new case of srirlet fever, the closed, no papers were published, and largest number, were reported before th street car service waa at a stand-!!- . r.imn tu'laj . were made. Many arrest RETIRE.