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UOBXISH THE 8 KXAM1SER AitI Something Doing MEMORIAL In Boys School Suits & Overcoats WATSONIANNER CLOTHING CO. Don't of ltoya will want one. of a moment think mireing this lor 10 sale. 376 24th mark off your nreda In Trunks sad that a small Bis-ciittf-- Trawling and you will find for Hi. pay vt-r- v Htrsngih txwt In our .Malilirhinent. is tbslr rbl.f feature, a eaiuirlty for li.ng .Mr and bard uaxgv. Th Gladstones, Trunk, Grip. i Ha'ch.la, are Dresa-Huf'aai-and Hand-Bamad. of Kod. solid leather, with id out bands and metal clanipa and corners. l and handsomely orHome namented. Iciest style, of Inadln arhmas-bouni- rangement. Gallacher Trunk Factory Opera house Block OFFICE Indapandant 'Phona all Pbana. ana ring Na. M Na. 5S M. L. Jones, the coal dealer, baa boon notified by the railioaila people now occupied to' acate the premia by his coal sheds. This Is underMood to be prelliulnsry to the making of Improvements In the yards. Dr. Johannan, physician and surgeon, specialist K) a. Bar. Nose, Throat and Hkln diseases, lie also treats all other troubles byr appoltit-ntfenOffice over Clark's store, There will he a confernere of tha rellgioua clasaea uf the 1. D. M. today. The morning seaainu, beginning at 10 o'clock, will be held In the Weber Stake Aeademy, and the afternoon tension, beginning at 2 o'clock, w III be held In the Talwrnarle. The choir ha arrangnd a miiKlral program for tha Tabernacle aervlme. Full Honors Will b Paid Beth tha Victims of Bingham Canyen Accident. One Boy Writea That If All Reepected It Theca Would Bo No Ueo for Courto or Jaleo." With sQ'isl honors, the ltah Houv of RepreeentMivra and the Bute Senate will pay their Iasi respects to CAnt Of the many small children that visit Judge Fattou'a court posaibly 50 per cent of them are permitted to go on probation. Every Saturday vanning they report to Juvenile Officer Jacobs, are Bounded for their week's experiences and given wholesome advice and moral lessons over which to ponder during the succeeding week. Of late the "Golden Rule'' ha been the favorite tuple of discussion and quaint and philosophical are the remark made hr the Juveniles on the principle contalued in the biblical Injunction. The class, for such li I, was aeked to bring in writing opinions of the rule and herewith are given aome of the letters, with original orthography and construct inn: "Thla ruto," writes one little fellow, "it made up off aome of th smallest word but uff the strongest kind of words. If evry man woman nnd child would do an example from thla rule their would be no need of reform school nnd other places and by this the city could save their money in other ways and could put It in better place where it la needed more then where they put it now." Political economy is contained la that letter, while the following considers the court as the special child of misconduct: "My opinion of the Golden Rule la if every one would obey it, Thier would not be no use of the courts of enney kind nor jale of enner Und their would not be no quarreling or fighting. This boy reaches beyond the city and regards the good on a large scale were people to abide by the rule. "If the people of this Blasts would live up to the goldeu rule there would be no need of preaseans or reform schools. Th rlty would not have to pay out money for the Policemen or the law The state would be a beautiful and proapertma one If all the children and people would live up to the golden rule and obey the law and the government." It la not beyond the powers of any one to discern that this boy waa brought before the court for fighting: "I think If evry body would live up to the golden rule there would be no fight end we would not need any policemen and thta city would the beat in the union." Many other letters follow In the same strain. There ia nothing theoretical about them. Thev express the practicability of the Golden Rule" and are the sincere epistles of boys who have bean made to feel the contrast between proper and Improper conduct. Like true teachera the lower court officer ere to plant the seed that sdaU ?a through a life time.. AND TAFT. Ieigh. a member of the Salt Lake !iirald staff, and RuprrsenUtlve Beta Taft, who met ihelr death at Bingham Friday. Arrangement a were nearly completed yesterday in Balt lulu for eervlcee to be held jointly by tin- - house of the Legislature fur the i vo persona killed by acrident. Repreaeuutive Taft's body will be sent to his home at Thurber, Wayne B. Is lieing ('onaideralile complaint made about the condition of rtada in lue wentern part of the count). The :ecm rains have made them almost inpaasable, (ha uiud lu many placet, bug deep to a wagon. vounty, this morning, and It la probThe skylights upstair at the I'nion able that arrangement will be made for the shipment of Mr. laeigh'a body, depot have been pm in and the company now propose to paint lb flour of although the matter has not been def ihe hallway and lay an aisle atrip and, Snltely decided. make the interior struct ly modern.' The rhaire occupied la the house of Th skylight lias bean delayed on ac- reprotenutivea hall by both the men count of th at th glaaa are being draped and th flag at from tha East. When It Anally came 1.H If maat. At a eommittee meeting f la they found negMy at the held thla morning. Representative consignment broken and bad to All James Long was appointed to look afin with common glaaa until the order ter the decorating at the chain ia can be duplicated. Down stairs they ruHirning costume. He was to also are putting in some expensive chande- look after the lowering at the flag on the city nnd county building to bait lier and cuspidors, ate. maat. There was the deepest gloom about Joseph Bailer, superintendent of tha Ogden Rapid Tranxlt system, waa in tbs city nnd county building yester-naHalt and it was a aid crowd that met yesterday, la hoarding a car to go to tha depot to take the there at 1:20 o'clock yesterday aftertrain for Ogden he mat with an acci- noon to perfect arrangement. The dent which fortunately let him off with closeness with which both the men a few hrutiMM and scratches, soma reemed to be associated with every In the building spelled the Burrow badly torn rkxhea and some experi- c. ence. Joe attempted to get onto a -f death in each face. Although Mr. car, but Instead of landing where he liftigha acquaintance waa the larger, expected to, he suffered a dragging and there waa great sorrow shown for the narrowly escaped serious injury, lie untimely death of both. At a conference yesterday afternoon struck ihe step alright, but the rioted dour of the vestibule threw him bark of the relative of Mr. I,righ and the and only by hauging to the handrail members of the house committee ant until th car could be stopped did ha a committee from the Praia dub, the succeed In saving himself from serious snwngementa for the funeral were Injury. He caught ihe train alright, made. The senate la to send four though, and come home last evening. henarary pail bearers and the house will send the same number. Tha s appointed by the An amualng and yet barrowing ex- io::orary Miller ahd perience la told on one of the young house are Kuchler, Henrie, The Robinson, all reprraentativea. a men of the Third ward, who ia railed the Duke, or the Sena- senate named, Williams, HulautsU, tor. and which nearly rust the young Walton and Park. At a. meetingreso-of man hia life. It seems the subject of the senate yesterday afternoon, the story waa away from home,, pre- lutions were adopted on the death of Taft and committee sumably Salt Lake. Having met some Representative of the boys the night before he was wre appointed. A committee at the remain to naturally tired and In need of rest, Mnate to acrompany the were apWayne. County, and so he secured a room at a hotel Thurber. aa follow's; 8. W. Johnson In the afternoon. Having heard of pointed house the auothlng powers of a cigarette, Urlnkerhnff. and ..Miller. The Martin Toiton, previously appointed Ax he when retired. one hr lighted Jeitven and Meeka, (Tft'a funeral will soon aa he atruck the pillow I Both he waa asleep and ibe cigarette be held at hia to me Tuesday. mi set will meet at T oclock this t fell from, hia Angara and soon Ignited Wilson hotel in Balt the bed clothes. The tlmaly arrival morning arIn ihf n body will acoompanv and of giteais, who smelled the burning Lake tin- remain Tatt to of clothe pruliably saved the young the Rio Grand Representative A special ajgiion. Ollveona life. funeral car will carry the. remain to Richfield, wbera Bunday night they ta will journey over the mountain FREAK OF LIGHTNING Thurber. which .is forty miles from of both Rlchflel.l. The commllteea Was Exhibited Weet ef Ogden Friday will accompany the remain Aft moon. -; there. l4, The funeral of Leigh will lake At almut half past four oclock Fri- pace at 3:30 o'clock till afteinoou day afternoon one of the most remarh-thlat his home on Capltd Hill. The cera freska of nature yet report I emony will be simple. Rer. C. E. about four and a half miles a 111 read the Episcopal burial west of Ogden. It waa a abaft of services and Rev. Benjamin Young Hrhtnlng whicn descended from the of the Methodist church will also read heavens and burled Itself In the earth. a service. The body will he taken In Its descent it split three telepbou tu Mount Olivet cemetery wheie it P'vea, deranged the wire and nar- will lie placed In a vault. rowly mlaaed striking a parly of Avs Ihe sty William who were coming Into the city. Be A. F. Philips. 8. C. Wing. J. rides this It wrenched from Its tautand I). Branaford. S. N. Htenhoua The body waa removed ening (lie received of a telephone and .'. C. threw a young lady who had Just from Evan's I'ndertaking estaidtali-rr.en- t at 8 o'clock Friday evening ana r.uitg up the tecelver, across the room. The phenomenon waa witnessed uy taken to the home. At 4 o'clock George Welch of West Weber and afternoon the member of both pirty of Ave who were coming to house went to Jos. William Taylor's town. To aa.v that the ladlee were itinera I chapel where prayer was offnghtened Is putting the story In mild fered by ihe hmie chaplain for Mr A At lutiKUAKe. Tift. After prsyer the remains were They wrr terrlAed. son of Mr. Welch who viewed. Th,- - entire body went to Ev ieen was sitting in the bark of the spring at. 'a funeral chapel where similar tribute ws paid to Mr. Iigh. wagon and who had a better chanc A committer iff the house and senlo we the effect of the thunderbolt than any one else. Mys that, ate will meet at ill o'clock Monday with a crash of thunder the miming to make arrangements for fluid came dawn and hurled Mic memorial program for the deceas'lctrlc I sell In the earth, leaving a brilliant 'd lloh Mr and Mr. Taft .l.tme about two feet high, it aro lo receive equal honors. terror to the heart of the parly mid mad.- Ihe team almost frantic. It was FINAL SKATING RACE with xt eat difficulty that the hnr,-were coaxed Into passing the po! sl.ere the telephone pole were stntrk btate Champlenahip Decided at Balt r mn returning home yesterday. Lake Laat Night. Th,ocrusrence happened near the residence &t Mr. Olsen on The llnal race in decide the tham-- ! he rood leading to West. Weber paid icttxhlii iff the ;s:e in roller skating Adit urn farm. Miss Olsen bad Juo wav held last ii I eh t at the Auditorium ir lig up the receiver of Ibe trlephi.ne iu Suit Ijikc. The contestants were ..tisr having been iu con vera; loti Wilkinson from ill-- east, Hamer anti v iita some Mends when the shock Snowden of Ogden mul Colson of Baft c.tmc. It was of such violence iha Like. ( olMin named to back himaeir it wrenched ihe transmitter from in ;ir the winner -t Hud, Mil. when anil shook ihe pole Mtn:igr (I M;tn put up hia check to f.irnitttre. th,- Htmuiut the Halt loike : kat-i- did not mute m the front and the i.'.t-as run (nr the honor and d COMPANY'S RICH STRIKE by the spec. of the racer. Fix-i lap to the mile nnd a one mile Rich Ora Encountered in Brigham City let the nivtcrn boy In a winner Cdhyon. a close second, Snowdeu ith llatr.i-'titl'd Httd th- - Salt loike favorite shut -lit a new strike in Rrlghain ('tty caniu. It Is likeh another race will be yon. owned by the Brigham Topper for th- - mu.- future when company ore was taken yesteiday that , will tijiaitt be ahle ts iuHcd i per rent copper, SI l ti pt.v ir sliced. rent silver and Z.lt'-t-i per rent The strike waa enrountered t thshaft nr. indidepth of a twenty t SAN PEDFOJASHOUT cations point to a ledge of remarkable width and richness. The company Is composed of Ogden Difference in Traffic Makes Considerable Extra Work in Ogden. and BNxhsni Vity men. Development work will he commenced I'hi- w.is'.o-t- : rut the Ban Pcdrn road It Is believed by experts who have ex- Mead.ow Valifi win make conil-iTrtbl- e amined the property here is 'hr ma-iff, tine- - ip the work of -- ca! of a big mine Tinrttilroad men iaengers wtiu Itave uottig .ner the Clark rose, GOLDFIELD MAN INJURED. ! raw eoni- - ''tro-;'.Ogden and ar.' Ii nulled by th- - A.it!tt m Pacific, wl-St. U'ltir Mo. Fell. Fail jr. s.une vicorott kirk, at the lnconv.-Fetcuniii nli.i a inj'nej in the ca.isi'd. ar.d the frnlt ami or of th- - peci,il early this morn-in- -from Call "ge trade 'tilt U. S- i thire of enst thsir, way. Ilf Gill :.-ld'e mining Itrnk--- ' Tlie frni tr.id- .iiuoiinia to al til Frrsil- -I l.ere V.,ndy night C. carloads p- -t .:i ha.--, This trn hef.-- e .tn.i M depart-utook out teen coming tltr,vip'; the Ogden yard.. a accident policy. th- - s'-t h. rut- during the :nn-dFWgnxnn Is L1'. tear of see and on the I..,. Alice:- - line it wi'l he fill'll lo St. otts fr.iiu Sun Frsnrlscn in omt )tc Southern Fariflc. t His fe and infant son went 'I i p.-- knowp as yet Just how Ion;. ' H.tnttiba', Mo., to visit while he He line wil' Iu d up. hut the wash-cu- t ems i . lie -of coneiderahle lonnrt'.i'ns ur--1 wi:- - ake some 'Im tANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. to repair. Pott Inghnmi. one of the Jollleat old that ever crossed the pike, t j.iai getting around again after haw mg gone through a siege of rheumatism, la grippo and neural pf a. lie Anils himself still on lartli a ad able to enjoy Ilia Joke. pneu-inoui- The river la' ka aliout four ftet of tvaeblug the high water mark of the i. cent fliKid. Wa'er a as turned into the Sanitar-itin- i yeateulay and the resort will ha 1. timing today. The public who taka the ear, however, will hare to crti.s tne disabled bridge. A Are-yea- r Jolin Ford, who has been conflued to Ms home for tha past Ave mouth n account of an arrldent aualalned a h falling front (he celling of the garage on !4th street. Is out once mure and able to shake hands niili his frlemla. Jack la one of the old veteran Airmen. auto-'ii'.hll- BREVITIES St. H. f Griffin la In California enjoy :ng Ihe salubrious breexrs of Itia Southern clime. Frank l.auer. who is at present at Ely will he hark In Ogden again within the next two week. Charles Beveridge waa called to Salt l.ake by telephone yesterday, announcing the fad that hia brother waa The disrate with which the brother la afflicted ta locie motor ataxia, tie ha recently been a resident of Rprlngvllle, In L'tah county Intt waa formerly located at Rock dy-.n- Springs, Wyo. Since tala aariou ill-ta he ha been at the home of hia s.xter, Mr. Blglor, In Balt Lake, o Gua Bowman, wall known In Ogden and a former ahertff of Davie county, rejoicing over tha arrival of a son i.1 hi home. fly and simply alt and atarve to death. Hence the nun of th valley; It refers to crows and not to human skull. non-arriv- one-hal- .- pall-bearer- tnie-llme- 4 Mrs. 8. J. Griffin waa a Stall loike visitor durng the past week, and attended the bauquet and reception given by the Itaughters of the American Revolution, at lh Manltou hold. Jden and team wanted at Ihe Fmeltrr near Dtah Hot Springs. mer job. Inquire at Smelter. ltah Hum- Mr. and Mrs. I Edward Wertx whv weie married In Balt lake Cltv, re tinted to Ogden yesterday. The offered by frietida of Mr. Wert by a newspaper ad. hoa.led. "laud, trayed or Biulm," for his safe to Ogden was paid to Mr. Wertr, formerly Mis- - Mary Kugelke. tv-ur- Representative Rudolph Kurbler und wife were scheduled ax the legiKlattve party to visit the n. nea at Blngliani Friday, an. I. by the merest chunee, were not in ih.- - wn-cwhich resulted In the loss of two Li agant for the C. P. at Spring. Wyo., and family .F. Ijaaeaque, Ib-e- a in Ogden. few day molern gasoline launch la being util by lt. C. Hansen A Kona for the still water in Ogden canyon. Pleasure seeker may have any kind of rid they desire, from high noon A mill midnight (moonlight i, next midi-n.er- . Funeral services were held yesterday over tha remains of R. A. Wilson, live year old son of Mr. and Mre. K. A. Wilson of West Weber. Interment took place In the city cemetery. The I amine Mining some oie sacked ready lo the sampling works: Ihe nuulltlon of roads sent It down. has for shipment but owing to have nat yet company News of the death of Martin Evans of Heii, on Thursday, waa conveyed to Mr. Captain Hanford last evening. ICvans was a prince among men. a singer of note and prominent among Ihe Eagles and other franternal or- der,. DIO YOU EVER Those new rubber-tireGurney eabs were unloaded yestrday for the Alien Transfer company. Tlisy are of tlic e latest style and will help the of Ogden with the traveling pule lie. APOLOGIZE FOR NOT HAVING ANY CARDS? d apio-ur-anr- Sura You Have We All Have At Times. car of lumber was derailed at the scale track uf Hie S. P. yesterday evening. The accident blocked rw.,' track" and will cause the yard crew considerable trouble until nausferred. A There - no r. asnn why such a little iiihiot be We will rugrsvc your itanic ..n a copper plate and vint lun end- for different prices. c too cards AND PLATE ear load of corn from Nebraska was unloaded yesterday by the I. F. for Iinurer. Font la in eoiudderahh' demand now. both .a feed for trade locally and r some of tne sheepmen's A - s f.-- ttsv. the Fin'srh company. Is aeiting better after a severe attaek of woin--wli.-- Weddirg invitations, etc., printe.i on finest of papt-- r and of work I ahsoluei the hen to lie hal. rbeiimailsm. e lio hae been The men on the const ruet ion of 'he tdtte lini In Bkttll valley u 11 one of the m. si remarkable ioiia slumt the mud r tl.at section l;ja vet ennte to he spokesman light. Ed Thomas i The crows, iu fly ip arri., the allet have ocraaiopvtiv t,. light and tii nttld sticks to thcii t A silo:-f'.isi' and they ag.iln ouiie tot he ranh t ! hilia try to pick H off with is h.i- aft1: f few aiinr n 1 a . 'he tier.iii . .a, wn-l.ii- ig th' J S. Lewis JEWELERS. & Co. : : A SHOE REASON It is the Isry yes-ti-rp- tan- ning, which jour feet ab sorb HANAN SHOES are soled with acoured leather. It' an expensive proceaa, but absolutely necessary for the comfort of the wearer and the good of the leather. It is never done in cheap shoes; seldom done in good shoes; but always done in Uanan Shoes. In the making of a Ilan&n Shoe, nothing that makes for comfort, style or service is slighted. That is why it is better than it costs. DEE-STANF0- RD SHOE CO. , . . SOLE AGENTS FRYER Makes the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc. i THEATRES You Will Need For That Party Pec-kiu- Igle--War- t. chemical left in the sole leather after e THE ELKS' SHOW. PHONE The Elks big show terminated last night before another splendid audience. In all about 2,ff00 people th performance which has been satisfactory from every ataml-p.tln- t. Great credit la due to the local nerd for Ita commendable work. The same eonga were anng in the same way aa were warbled the first night. Soma of the male prims don m,s were husky In voice, but thl waa s. flee to over use of their vocal in the laat arena the audiencr l'elted the performers with serpentines and amid hearty cheering "Anil 1 ang Byne was sung aa a parting l.irewell and appreciation of the pub-lsupport given the demonstration. e BOVS' CLUBS CELEBRATE. Nrwhoute Home Banquet With Tcaata In th True Grown-U- p Style. la-lg- - - -- - f.sti-ning- f- ;ri s - I ; th' - tr.-th- - Imtri-dlntel- - n Isaac Carr, one of the gas men of a Reason . -- Miss K. Kelding gave a pleasant sorb. I vestrnlay afternoon In honor of the fifteen th anniversary of her wedBite entertained the German ding. I .allies' xorit-iand a most pleasant afternoon was spent. There is s pall-bearer- s card party will be given by the Loyal Star, Auxiliary to the Broth ertuod of Railway Carmen, Tuesday, February 2Kth, In t'uion llsir Hall, Prixea and refreshment . Admission 55 cents. A t INTEREBTING EPISTLES RECEIVED BY JUVENILE COURT. can't lease baa been taken on tha second floor of the Parry liull.l-iiig- . corner iff S.lrd and Washington, EXAMINER TELEPHONES uy Kiddlngton and Beveridge, print-t- , who have muved into ihelr new EDITORIAL ROOMS. yi.urtcrs with Homo of the most modNa. (1 ern machinery that tha country p roIndependent Phone Na. 61 ll 'ire. Vail Phan, tw rings BUSINESS Burn or Ache It had been planned that Mr. am. Mrs. Kurbler should accompany i he party, but they misled the tra'n lioya WHEN YOUR FEET GOLDEN i:ve. A kick cornea from Taylor. Gat land und WII-o- u district where no road Hipervlsor baa yet been appoluied. It la likely, bowcier. that ComlltUms will tiiipruve as soon aa tha weather set Ilea. 1907. FOR MONDAY HELD LEIGH o'clock. WatsonTanner Clothing Co. Check Yoor Baggage, Sir WILL BE Our !.75 wtle of Men' High I'laa Suit auil Overcoat close tonight at l Htiu-dm- 24, SERVICES 1.95 1.95 Ssas3fejS& value of 3.00 for Three unit will mM at right. FEBRUARY LEG1SLATUREILETTERS ON TODAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK There Will Be SEN DAT, TiAH, OGDEN, Ix-e- n e "t-.v- - - : nt . . Ball I.akr, waa ing at the lecgue house Feb. 23. AYashingma'a celebrated Friday evenXewhouae Betterment by the newaboyi. There were about To present and they refreshm nt. played gamee and sang eonga. For g few minutes I: waa a real grown up man's banque; and several iff the urchin were called upon lo perform aome ftunt or make a tpeerh. Frank Meyers, 14 yeaia old, talked Lo the boye on behavior, which was treated with respect and aller.ee. "Bee here, fellow." he .ald, I am lirthday en-Jty- going t- - lay down aome law to you that you have got to take notice of. Borne iff you are going to lose your badges if you don't. I don't think we rught to go in aaloona lo sell papers and smoke clgarets at all. We ought to begin to he men end spend aoi.'e of tur time in reading or playing games nr. here at the dub. Borne nf you are laughing about what Im saying now. but it gses. and If you keep it up you ought to be thrown out. The managers of the business offices In Balt loike has our badges and we got to do good work and keep straight If we want good treatment, and make any money selling napers." The newsboy left the club room shout id o'clock Friday night, after en-ling ihe evening playing games. During the day an open house was l ept and doxeta of hoy visited Ihe quarters during th day. In the evening th boy fron. the HouthwcMern pan of the dty gathered ai the dub rooms and organise a riuh. The .'Hirers elected were Ebncr president; Harry Green, vice ni(l-r- .t : Arthur Camomllt. scre-lary- . and Elgar Hodges, treasurer. Ihe cl nti ili meet weekly at the i. uhweem mission honae nntii ninc'IrE! are arranged at th- - dub All clot It ph, regardless ,f price, are made bj tailor, jut an all cigars arc made by cigar makers. There are good and bad tailors and cigar maker and there ie good and bad cloth and tobacco. Some men exerriRe more tale and dis- crimination in their tobacco nelection than they do in clothe and that' why mine tailor who ought to be chopping wood are till mutilating fabric. From 25 to $35 we will fit yon with a garment that will have dura- made-for-yo- u bility, and good appearance a lasts. long a it t fTi- SCOTLAND DEFEATS c '' I t ti-- n- IRELAND. 53- .- In the fourth Hrtitiuurg. ha II n:aich of the International scrie piayrd today, Scotland beat eland 15 to 3. Scotland had beaten "nd England has been defeated hv and Wales. Scotland, is Fi-h- . I EDMUND TAILORING 1 Vi win ifc trophy. 345 Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.