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Wf&Q s -- NOTES UTAH. OGDEN. EXAMINEE: MOUSING TIIC AT THE City League- - SENDS SEEDS TO SCHOOLS. Birthday Buard of Education Visiting. Washington's Observed Did omi All the .school of the city and county closed for the week Thursday afternoon. t be pupils rejoicing in the of a t hive days' rest. Tbe i afternoon was spent In iibaurviug tbe pupils makWashington hats and other device, wbile tin more adi sliced room took up tbe study of life and work. Man., of the principal appke to ihe scieuib and eighth grade on hia place lu history and the effect of hw career In the development of the nation. Mrs. . seventh grade teacher of the Washington, gave very cnterlaluiug the student. Through the kindness of Senator Sutherland, about two thousand packages of government flower and vegetable seeds were recently sent to the Ogden school. As soon as the weather permits and Ihe ground Is lu suitable condition, tbe pupils will receive I EDITORIAL ROOM Ne. II Ne. 61 Phene 'Phene, twe rings Independent Veil BU8INESB iustructlnns In horticulture, and the words will he pisuted about many of Ilui buildings. Tit remaining pack- af-ii-- r OFFICE !r. Allen waa railed ml to Hooper li.le luai evening to attend to Mr. :i(iK, who haa veen nulling uum Mrs. Hiiiurihwalle In her Illness, from her receni arrldenl. Mra. Ilupe suffered tor a brief period from an atiaek of vertigo, hut nothing serl-i-t'- Independent Phene .......New M Ne. M Phene, ene ring Bell H alillcipaled. Mrs. Knilirtliwsile lu progressing Jnnt as well aa ran be t vperted under tho rliruiustuprea. h j'unwiirnw night I lie third roller skai-Jil- l rare between Nine Ulum-lil)gg o f Pelt Lake ami Minn Eva Turner nr Ok lino. The event will occur at the Auditorium rink In Halt l.ake. 1.1. Prod alia in of the Ogden Paint, Oil and iilssa,couipant and H. Stone of ilui (uni. A. Uiwe hardware eom-panwent west this tnornlug on No 3. They will, iso to Ely and take lu Nome u'thrr parts of Nevada before rciurnlucOgden Is getting considerable business from the new prosperity of our neighboring state. y "To bn or not to he" able to give away a ahavn In your own shop la a question whteh I now agitating ibn hieal barlinra' union. Home members eY yes. othera way no. The question arose over the methods adopted by a new enneern by tending out to a Thousand friends tickets, eaeti tme being good for a shave. The question will he decided by the union. - SALT LAKE ROUTES TROUBLES The recent storm haa again brought m mind tbe quest Ion of the rlty'a drainage. There la not a hack alley lu any of the bualueaa hloeka of tbe rlty which la not a sea of mud and evVry one whose liitslnesa calls him to the rear from the polleeinau, who la compelled to make Ills rounds la the dark, to dclliery boy, mince out wtth the evidence shnwlug plainly npon his clothes. A few load of gravel for each property owner, to make a gtade and a few holes dug to let the water Into the aewers would remedy the matter and make things much more pleasant for all. even the fellow w ho haa to hunt the back door for his Sunday'! "morning." When the rcisirt of the washout on laike Route, was first flashed across the wlrea It Wus known to In a hail washout and niueh conipIslnL was made. Iusaeugers kicked at the slop and came by wa.- of Ogden and o over the Southern Iuclflc. The first report was that Him or four days would nee the damage re- forcibly the ' Hall - paired and t raffle riwunie Its natural course over the sounthcru route. Throe of the dsva Itsve drifted by and the public hardly yet knows of the exact, location of the trouble or of Its extent. Wires are at III down, having been washed our. broken Into pieces and cast among the other debris of tbe catastrophe. Every possible effort Is being mnde to clear up the all uat ion. but owing to the ehararter of the country It la likely to lake some days yet to enable the ofllcialw to get ihe roadbed In a condition for regular card party trill lie givrn by the laiyal Htar, Auxiliary to the liroth-rnonu( Railway- Cartum, Tuesday. Hall. Fcbnisrjr 20th. In I'nion Prises and refreshments. Adml-sin- n IS cents. travel. A - All freight and passenger. both from t'allforala and Hie East are coining thrnugh Ogden over the Month-er- n Purine, and will continue to do until the trouble Is remedied. Bishop K. T. Wisilley wsa np from Hall lAke yeaterdat. Mr. Woolley la Interested quite heavily lit the IBack Horse district of Nevada, which promises to wltow such favorable returns the coming summer. s-- DEATH OF MRS. KRUITBOSCH Henry Bird was tbe rcclpii'in recently of a live present front Tom Glhlx.ii-- ) Wsll.Knswn Passed Young Lady of Plymouth In Box Elder county. It Away Last Evening. came bv express and wltcu the box waa opened II was found to contain laist evening at t uVlia-- Mis Jenne of the finest specimen of the emnie Krulthnsch. wife of (. I. blem of freedom that Inis been died at the family reslileuce. In the a great big eagle For leu Madison avenue. with plntons whU-l- i ntvc'ch farther No. than the reach nf a man and dsis pufi she bad been suffering from attack of brain fever claws that would srsm tiiusn wmt an Mrs. Kritltbtisrli was a prominent Mexican chicken Mat ever fuutlit in worker in Ihe religious nuclei tew of the the. Fourth ward aa was also her husband. Besides her husband she leaves nil Men and team sic cl at i'- t'uii Rineltrr near I'tali Hot SiniiiK!-- . aged mother, three brothers and one was S3 years of age, sister. nier Job. Inquire ni Hinclter. was horn la (loingen, Holland and lived lit Ogden for a number of yea is The Ogden cann chi' Itm- - w.i : She will be sieela!ly missed Im tbe ed to Its ranm-hcarrying people to the im.iuli ol the Hollandin people, amonghadwhom made a religious way caayon. Tbe uilari;ni un i bii.ive work Present a scene of wrecksge licit tails a social favorite. 'Hie funeral will lie held troiu of nature in vividly to mind the Fourth ward. her angry moods p. in. and the Kiipmi day at 2 oVloi-Thoinaa Ritchie wmh may be riewed at the family rei donee yesterthe (lay of burls! between tile bouts day for n violation of tbe Kuudar liquor law. He was re'eaM-upon lils own o( lu a nt. and p tu rerngnlxanre 'n appear at court toALL PASSENGERS SAVED. day at 10 oclock. Krull-iHMi-- ci. Mm-i-ini- ! ? iii.-a- Deo, 24, . rni-i-- h Owing to tho Weuulera and the Nye loam withdrawing from the Commercial league Ihe schedule for that league is revised as follows: s Feb. vs. Jnssmi 5, March 1H and April K. Herilsm vs. Columbia Clubs Feb. 1:8. March SI and April 11. Jesneo v. Hcrlbea; March 4, March rihujie-William- 25 and April 15. cele-bratli- n ihei-bodi- es f(iu;ie. IkIiiiiiIs of Crete. Fel. 21. All the pass. mi jims on hoard the Aus- trian Wii.'ltiiigton. Feb. 24 Senator - of West Virginia, has jtisi com liieii'it snd (Bed in the senate lit mi on thr railroad rate law. imrlty a toiuprehensive history U preM-ni- s oi the iMMinomle development of s n- .tin-iiica- n y w-- y Col-ora- - c;m-tiii- tr-.r- l t " l r . . :. . YOU KNOW OAR-- OEMr . - t hro-igii- . FORGERY a Reason A SHOE REASON lie sole leather after which your feet in tau-uiu- ab- sorb Shupe-Wllllam- and April 22. Columbia Club March 4 and April! 5.' This arrangement leave Friday evening of each week open. A nnnv-lie- r teams are forming and of tnelr games will be polled off on that 1 va. two-me- n ii.gbL TROUT CULTIVATING Heavy Commercial Returns Are Realised From Private Hatcheries. The Immense eoinmerclal returns that are possible under the system of rultlvailng mountain trout for the market and raising them In prixnte waters la exemplified by aome of the private hatcheries snd breeding ponds In the waters of the several forks of Ogden river, says the Tribune. Fry t list were planted just a year ago thl month are now ready for tbe market, and Hi ailing Bros, k Potter, and Joseph Barker, all of Huntsville, have taken out licenses to market their matured or well grown fish. A year ago Rtalltnga Bros. S Potter young fry from I'tah Twenty thousand of these are now ready for Hie market and the others are coming siting. They have ildoped exceedingly fast aud are now of the rrolcest size to nerve. Aeeording put In . S.Viuni wstei-s- -i to th'e gentlemen, the Ctah-bre- fry d is the best to stork private, or even tile reason ptihlic. wsierw with. that they olunin umwtb much mare pipldly than the Tty from any- other fr - waters. In evidence nf this truth they cite that a com. ign uieul of 5(1, uno eg from the Colorado Sia;e fish hatchery, hatched fourteen mouth ago. are now ii longer than three inches, while the I'tali fr, n- six to eight inches. Mr. Bui tier ha over 40.nun tiout that arc not move than fourteen mouths mil of i in egg. He expects to imirliii Hits Riimnu-- 30.000 of these n ml bidiries ihathe returns from the private cuhiiu'ion of flhh. under ( water of Ogden good eoniiinens gn.Ti-- r returns than river, wdl i. iii'uosi :iny o' lie. ii.ditsiry. aside fmm - mining. Fih - however, are fearing ime :hut Is 'll their youiiL rv.iit. The iiffecti'in has not e slum ii oiiiptont of fatalii.ii1 is still ihe same ty mv tinoIismi Milde. ami hei-Is some alnrni In the gri'wing ov". i'- - pnvii'e-it v he sii! tin ... me side, and fre-lenilv mi (ii:ii. - '.1111111 to he rorroil-ini- r und leaving tin- -the fish. thete-afte;- where li.iving u t.iigiu red sln-a-the fin This Is observed in a l 'lie luivaii' ha ciiiie-- , and in sonn .. ned In Ogden the So far i;o observed :. esult have been that air so i iiltii'i-i- a peculiar apis-arlna- : I q t. - "h ' k af-an- anive as '.nit ihelr tins. gone into Ihe bui-hgame and fish ih. in learn soine-s of tbi. Its vesults on the In-- iimmunications on 'Vi vs who have hud a similar xperieiu Hnd iroin anyc.ne vho knows the and how tij run--lithem. ,ilso. whether It is a men-uce- . are soled with scoured leather. It's an expensive process, bnt absolutely necessary for the comfort of the wearer aud the good of the leather. It is never done in cheap shoes; seldom done in good shoes; bnt always done in Uanan Eftioes. In the making of a Ilanan fclioe, nothing that makes for comfort, style or service is slighted. That is why it U better than It costs. DEE-STANEO- About 7:30 o'clock yesterday morning the telephone at the Peoples rung and the proprietor, L. G. Henlnger, received a niessage purporting to come from Everett and Weeks, livery stable men,- asking him to be kind enough to cash a check for their Co risen. Corsen employe, John 1 had been boarding at the reaaturant for some time, having- had orders for hia tlcketa. The restaurant man waa Inclined to he obliging and a few momenta later Corsen- came in and presented a chock for 42.B0. It was a trifle larger than expected and Mr. Henlnger told him ft might leave him short of change. He advanced $10 to Corsen, who endorsed the check, and ordered a meal, while he went to get a drink; as he wanted to go to the stock yards and got nnt some horses. Fifteen minutes elapsed ' and Corsen did not come back for hts breakfast, Henlnger begun a aemttny of the check and became suspicious that ail was not right. He telephoned the stable and found too check had been issued to Coren, and' In' a few minutes Mr. Everdt called1 Hi person. The matter waa given to. the police, while Imth Henlnger and Everett took In the trains at the depot tu see that the forger did not escape. Everett finally located hia former employe and took him back to Ihe kitchen of the restaurant where he awaited the arrival of Sergeant Chambers and Henlnger. When searched It wSa fopud that he had siient $2.20 put of the $10. In spite of Ula pleading for mercy he was taken to the Elation by Ofllcer Chambers and a charge of forgery w as entered against him. RD SHOE CO. . . . SOLE AGENTS FRYER Makes the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc. You Win Need For That Party PHONE . A KEW DITCHER One of tha Largest Machines Ever Constructed to Bo Used on Ogden Sower Work, A ditching machine weighing 35 tons will be unloaded from. the cars today and will be used In the construction of Ogden sewers by Contractor J. P. O'Neill. The machine has an estimated uf 70 horse power and Is capable of digging a trench 10 feet deep and three feet wide for the distance of a city hlnck every day. As Mr. O'Neill haa the contract for the construction of several miles of sewer ill the aouthera part of the city, the Importance nf thd machine and the work It will do ran be readily appre- li will ciated. not of but m only save thous- dollars In the cost of oxcavst-lng- , will permit, the work to be done much more rapidly ami enable wcr much the people to enjoy the sooner than would be possible under hand work. The machine la one nf the alrgest of t Be kind ever const run. d in the country aud cost $8,50)1. ands a ailk purse out of Neither can you buy a suit You cannot make u pig ear.' t not made for roil and expect a fit. i -- AT "Mv wife haa the brlghiest dog t ver miw. Mr. Taiubo." "Is that an?""Yes; Iip even goes with her and helps her shop." Thai's untiling. Ive seen queerer shoiqici'M than thai dog." "Is that z fagt?" 'Yes; today while walking down tin sired I saw a shoe shop.'' Denver Iost. Troops here Kn-- sen to one of the in the Acbio. Japan copper inin.-district, where the miners are or strike. s S tlMHUS We want to do business with THE MINSTRELS. . El-- Ails-tilai- 1 . March 7. Hrrtbea It, April Jensen 14, April l.. ELKINS REPORT FILED. earner lnqratiix. whteh rail railroads, together with txlmus-i'von a Friday teiiing near C:ipe talilea. which lend l -- howr u Klephnliiso, were saveit. Fltrty memderreasiUK freight and bers of the crow nf whom 32 were and the rrlat.lonr lieitve-and eight Indians, perished. -- neh hates ami t.ie price of mi Among those, rescued are the tics and the rn' of labor. an. I the first engineer of the i Foreign warships survltora hen and it her were transferred- to the Xeftrian ('earner C'swtore. which wa sen1 Trieste to aasiwl In the stu-- r tif rest in'. The Reorul Ward Diaiua'ie rom-fan:o ihe time of Reveral persona itijiiii-iImmi-I- t goes to Hooper this evening. tbe disaster are heim: lias heen learned that the They will present "Marguerite's ltmu Isunrhed fnuu the Initt-r.i'riand have obtained some new costumes spertally for the perfnrmsnrc. was iiumeilia'eli MANNA-- On a talualiie The Saturday evening they will prevent the same play is the Second o f titiilu r and suaar Ward meeting house. I: . iitneiA fur Blo i. an.; I'tiqs-GOIN TO EAT SPAGHETTI Trouliles Mrs. Caroline Donkin wa reniri'd It '.U!t3inR n. op ;; 1 : 24 M. Fi-mui-rsevening to be dying. Old age and )ui:sn. general debility is the eau-- e snd the was n.ade tonight of I' s He liiooi! and r.uu s enb- thing that can be iloue for her of M:- - Klrin'miti l.'in rt I'i.v Mi;eu o'crii i'h"i' I to -son. only uaigU'i! of Vauir um! s partially relieve her from ps.ii. lu'lt.g wi-l- i pulSMU'-.'d'lii:. Tom L. John-o- n ti Signor Ftidri'.i (Jet the lie Um'iit finm Mr. Mowbray, nwthi-of W. B. M.i.i.ioi. .i Is.iiin. yriqi ttiiiggi-- t e vs. Columbia Club March 28 au.l April 18. s March va. s Hhiipe-Willlam- 1 evening Walter H amuck. wh Hvaa on lafayetic avenue, was ridtng a hor-wtreo wlo-np Twenty-sixtthe animal ran away. At :hr of Madison. Mr. Hancock .u rtirntm front the hoite and struck an his forehead. cutting a bad asah and rendering Mm uiMonctoiix. Captain Brown telephoned for the patrol wagon to carry him home. Mi that arrived Dr. Wherrv mm along with hit, aim and took him to hit residence. Injuries re no serious. FDR rea-ts'ira- ari-ene- Lat , John Coraan Worked a Smooth Gam on Restaurant Man. Riatr Superintendent Nelson visited the High School last week, spending most of hia time looking over the building and grounds. pie High Hrhnol track team has commenced active and regular prar-tlv- e for the approaching events and ninny pood new men have been selected front the school to complete the team. The track haa been repaired ready for work and our boys expect to niake terminable showing with other schools when tbe e veins come off. many of them being confident of aircrews. At the entertainment given al the High Hchool last week, over Mil.lHl was r lea red which will be used for the benefit of the school orchestra. At no time In the history of the school has an entertainment been such a financial success. People are beginning to realise their ability, and they now have many opjiortunltlea for outside playlug. The building In the rear of the High Hchool. formerly used for storage purposes, has Just been tilted tip for the use of the military department, aud the buys now have lockers fur their guns and accoutrement a, besides sn officers room. The drill la progressing very nlielv, the boys doing excellent wmk. About vine hundred tnd twenty-fiv- e Isiya arc now enrolled for ami this work, the uniforms for Company A are expected dally. Tho will lie regulation blue, and when on dress parade, the hoys will make a line appearance. At the prew-i-n- l i Hie, they will probably be able to Uke prominent part lu the on Arbor Day. Military drill is compulsory for first slid serond yesr students, smile nowr forming a part of the wrhocd'a tUrricu linn as murii as any other subjeri. The intention is not to make soldiers of our Isivs. Imt t develop them phv ideally. and for this t lie re la nothing pond as military drill as It gives ms v. e ns their minds a rhaurn of development und enlargement. The are holding else meet In to decide on some plan for which will he acceptable to a!! the class, and still remain within their nlMltly to present. While limbing definite 1ms been settled, the musical side w ill soon he diced upon, 11 19uG. ARRESTED distributed through the ages will I children to homes where It la known they will be poperly cared for and the best results obislned. This will be taken up lu connect Ion with the general spring work of cleaning In and around the buildings, being the flrst steps toward titling observations of Arbor day on April 1 is. The Hoard ol Education did last week aud found the schools decorated In htmor of Washington. Thursday morning they visited the Urant, Quincy and Madison schools. Mr. Adunis visited the Central school last Wednesday, spending Ills time on arithmetic In tbs seventh grade. Miss Shepherd held another meeting for primary teachers at the lawia last Tuesday, lielng a continuation of Ihe instructions for cardboard work on Its course of and explanations Hhe also gave the teachers study. further I list met Iona ami Ideas for carrying out t he work. Mia. Howard of tbe Dee school returned to her work last Monday after a long illneas. HIGH SCHOOL. Waahout Wore Than at First Reported Ns Communication With tho J South. There is - exercises, and the entire grammar comgrades of the Mound Fort bined In rendering one program. The exercises were well attended and the visiting friends expressed rhetuselve highly pleased with the program. The uutnhrrs were most If musical, and showed marked ability on the part of at Mowbray of this rliy, srtrd Lincoln, Nell., yesieritwy iimniliip. a lingering iIIh.hk, Mr. Mowbray wan railed to her bedside four weeka ago. Burn or Ache It is the chemicals left scenes being laid in Japan and the stage settings being marvels of Ingenuity. There la a garden scene that touches the old Empire stage with momentary glory. The costuming I all that could be desired and is nothing if not picturesque. There isnt much of a plot. There are bright special lies, however, and excellent singing. . Mias Bessie Clifton, thti tearing woman of the company, plays the Belle with some degree of art, and her supporting company Is better than is usually seen at the Empire. Manager Seamens has done well to get "The Belle of Japan" for s Christmas attraction. There will be a special matinee tomorrow, and the regular mailnees on Wednesday and Saturday; and performances every night this week. Portland Journal, Krri-iuw- EXAMINER TELEPHONES WHEN YOUR FEET At the Empire. Portland. Ore., this week we have "The Belle of Japan. and it is one of the best shows that has been at the Morris street playhouse this season, it is a comedy, is novel and original in Its way, the day. in the kindergarten ing cutting ,if hatchet. at the Grand. Monday, .March 18 I "THE BELL GF JAPAN." pnn-per- Mid.im Butterfly, GRAND. The Sunday offering at the Grand. The King o'r Tramp. contained a villiau, ihe likes of which was never beard of even in tbs wild and woolly west. The show might be termed a "hum" affair, by the name it bears. It was a melodrama, last night, 1th a veugeuc-e- . Tbe gallery element howled its bead tre when the mean r.iau tried to gain prseisi(in of the foiled by Ssd little giri'w money-wabis own inacbinutinus.Aside from the melodrama, which was too fierce to deoribe In ordinary inguage, several specialties were introduced that wre not- - so bad. But tbe performance as a whole seemed to po sse a portion of the audience. SCHOOLS SUTHERLAND 1007. Standing of Teams and Individual Averages in the two League to February 2Jrd. THE PUBLIC SENATOR 25, AVEEACES ECWL1KC FROM FHRnrARY MONDAY, llOOWS GORMOUS Cost 2- man r man who wants the clothes MADE FOII HIM and wants them made right. In nddiiion to lcing merchant tailors we are good merchant tailors, and that statement spells "Satisfaction" with a big S". Satisfaction in quality, fit, style and price. We listve no dissatisfied customers - ;fo$lljAPAH FJCSSfo tbeultra-particula- "we are not satisfied till thev are. " e eff-ct- . ADMIRAL TOMIOKI HONORED. Mnnohihi. Feb Jl A reecptioii was at tie .l.ip.iuoM consulate .ofiov s In honor or X.imira! omlekl und 'In- .l.n .iui e tmining sq.i.id The affuir was "'ll now in this jmr eiti--a brilMiiiii mu m many lie of liana-vv.rr present. EDMUND TAILORING bill offl-ivt- - -- At the Gr.inJ Wednesday 345 Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.