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MOHN'IXO TITE EXAMINE!!: TTAILWEDNESDAY, (WIDEN. MARCH 13, 1M7. FOREHEAD COMMITTED IMPORTANT Cream lELEPPONES ROOMS. 'Phsna Sail RKn. t rings S ff. M. SI ...... Na M car-rtar- OF A. I.A.MAK NKI.HON. I'lrculauir. special train A aril he nin from Salt Daks City on the orraxioti of the grand camp fire to he given by the vetmaaa of IJix Uipan Piwl of the (S A. K. In Ihia city Saturday evening A large croag la eiieeled from Hall l.ake City, AN- Dancing and Fcaating la Hcarta Con- tent. The Modern Woodmen of Amerlra, Cl ah Camp WH, held high llnka carnival at the Raglea' hall laai night, the orraakm being the regular annual reception anil banquet. About two huudred and fifty people iartlet-pate.In the fearlvlilea and a Jolly tff i.hr a n good time wa held by all. The fore part of the evening wa Inter. devoted to apeerbrnaking and a niiial-ea- l a whlband dancing program, banquet were Indulged in later. Tha W. R. C. give a party In K or The ladlsa' orgaiiiaatton. thu Royal P. hall neat Friday evening. Neighbor of Amerlra. waa alao out In force, (heir preaenre leading grace to ocraalun. the for aeud bulba and Whv away your Tha program of apeechmaking and seed? A full aaaori nient nf reliable numltern la n follow: and choir bulba. Dower and vegeta- musical Toaalmaater M. A. Welcome" ble aeeda at Grout's Seed Htore, US! 24lh at. Huy early while Ibe assort Gould. Slate "The Modern Woodman meat la completa. Deputy T. W. Hartley. "Why Men Should Inattre" I'aai Dnaanl A. W. Agee. Dial rid The Koval Neighbor BODY OF Deputy O. B, Hinton. CARTOONIST LATE Speech Slate I'hyalelau E. M. ConPASSED THROUGH OGDEN roy. YESTERDAY. Quartette Mr. Ramey, aon and daughter and MU (Jlmmcari. Ihiet Meaara. laind and Rore. Duet Mlaaea Marguerite and Ather- Members of the Local Preea Club Placed a Wreath Upon ton Gould. the Caaket. Iriah redial ton Jimmie Iluller'a Adventure With an Owl .luaepli T. Voting From the auccea of laai evening' The of Alan R. Ivvey, the enieruinmeni It I fair to presume fivmier body cartiNiiiiat and well known WELL KNOWN RESIDENT OP that ibe Ogden lodge I In a sucre-fu- l rtah newspaper mm, arrived here In SUCCUMBS TO The onndltlnn. and pnaieroii from Reno on the OverPNEUMONIA. of America now Ogden Modern Wmtdmen land I A in I ted yesterday afternoon aud ha a grand total of hAii.uiNi mem Iter was a few momenta later transferred and new recruit to the rank are be- to a local passenger train and carried added each day. Laavaa a Wife. Four Daughter and ing lo Halt laike (Tty, where Interment in of the epeaker apoke Seraral Twe Sana W Old will take place. The remains were n hnppy vein of the great difference Settler. bv Mr. laivey and baby accomiwnled made In the growth of the orgunlxn-tloand Mr. and sir a. A. H. Dutton, The and the Interest manifested aitira Press Hub or Ogden was at the atailon the organisation of the Kovnl Neigh-bor- n In a body and rendered all the asDread pneumonia claimed another of America, the ladles auxiliary. sistance possible to the dlatrarted victim a! S o'clock laai nlaltl In Aa Now that the women have Joined the J,. thtld, 17 year of age. a well ranks the men are more xealotia In wife and sorrowing friends. A magnlflceul floral wreath, expresknown resident or Rfverdale. Mr. their lodge duties. sive of the lore of the bnya for one Child haa been hick a ciiiiipuiHtlvely of t bell- members wa placed nn the abort time and hla death hH caht a SENATE PASSES BOUNTY BILL eaxkei and while tears sprang to eyes, feeling of gloom over ilte comnninlty that In many Inataueea had long been whom lie wa an well among dry, the tuiviy waa transfer rod to I ho in waiting train. Fiir Auld ljmg Hyne. The deceased waa one of (he old Sheepman and attlvmen Quarral their heart were heavy and It wa Upper Heuee. settler In Rlierdale. having taken up hard for them to realise that one of a ferm there when Ogden waa hui a village. He wa bora in lam county, The Hlierptiion anil the cattlemen Ihe fraiernity, so young, so brilliant, Iowa, on Dee. S, 1S4S. and moved tuuk a fill nut of each other before had made hla last pilgrimage to that when quite young. Me idcttlincd f the elate aenalc today and although bourne from which no traveler rewith (be Church of .Imid Chris the sheepmen secured whet they turn . Poor old Alan? lie ha drawn his of laitter Day Saint and wa a In wanted, ihe cattlemen nnccerded and failltful member of the getting away with their nhare. alao. last cannon! No move will the skilled religious rgHnlutlun tip until hlx ll all rattle shout over X R. 144. by hand directed by a brilliant mind, picture upon paper striking truths. No leaih. II leaven a wife, four dnugh-lei- John T. Httilth priqxwiing a new iKiunty hold and two turn in niuiiiii hla lux Itiw. The bill raise the price on pelts more will laughing thousand while the humor of The time of fnneml ta 111 he anami provide mltlttiiui.il mean for their aching xl.lox flu shed upon them. cartiHin nounced later. p eventing fraud. John Y. Smith in Uivpy'a Poor old laivey! (iixl rest his soul! l eli.tlf of the hill nalil Hhotild auld arquHintanre In t tt "There are .uu thing like l.Too,-M,- ,t HELLO CIKL MIME OWNER and never brought to mind" (lie averand their tdioep In ihi .taif words of the old aong came from his age value i about ., a head. Kverv Mile Genavieve Holden Render Favor tear the heeput"n auatnln a loea of llpx with Ills expiring breath In the at Keno. With hia arms xlxnii and Get Rewarded With Stock. 7 per cell! Hi lo per cent to the lioapliai the neck of hi lifelong friend junl : hut of wild animal. Till iix.elate. Mr. Outran, poor old laiver of aoitte Hit Hiinual In tmtnis finer a "hello Kl' I" in tvt!t l.ake hi way into the I .and tvf Ktern.il Inder sung th'ng It1.. e.'wiu.iion n City am1 now n pa,iti rinis mm.' intv Whn' a gluttons ending to Sunshine. lx an xppnvprm-tloilte pr, ol; ,i w there r of (iuhlfli , h,. 'i.in-u- i i, ili.it a hrilllRiit career! For Auld lumg of Slii.uiiii a year, but only (I n ha, tak'-i- i piec in the fir.- ,f M'-- s voice grew husk Hr it ltd hi e:ir I allowed for iienovievt. . hide, at Hyue." u wi'hin lieiM-.- i xharluw fell. IHstraetediy Mi, H at homer are unwilling In tiling In the i ovev ml work tried to rutixe her husband front t hr Index believe The aheepmen Ml Holden it. only IS in' .ige the etetnal sleep inio which he wux She st!!' hoar' uhnio an.! I.incv that if ! Ml la paid on a pelt it wr III lust sinking, ion loving wife's agonizIt fnr worth to while hunters fro. Kttr'li,. mu no n.akr ; ed crle ami baby's ptattle were lost To vxtematleallv the e'enr rnnge Mite iCK:t..f,.i j,! i,r th, ioM'llnt: Iiio.iih. III ihe oppressive silence. IxVey wax In taking care of the bounties, tile. Mul-i- i' wa. xt.i-. in,,deal. Physician h lid nurse, uiiahie to allow n have the agreed ,, at .Co wlr'r aheeputen wmh a to witness the pathetic ending, had 1st tbiMxacxanient of four and a IinH tn la ,u: t'ttv i.r 7.l"ii (I l.ia'i- u tiil.cr,iwn rrotn the room. For him tain tiiliinx their herd" In order i li.ihe unknown hatl no terror, and he hill wa The iHtit (bviditei, ini. tiii.it mia'ii 1. died :ix he had lived, a go. ll fellow, Hen , lAwrence. and Iark ore.l S,.. wi ti: 1,1 iiiixki, i;ii. the song he had nuiik a I hints Inc 1. e.frt n,, . j,, ,.,iti:tMiS'uii and ner X. Hntllh voting iigHlnxt It. The singing when I'fe was full of the tinicx anil . biiitnt-bill !b4f the on cotlO Tll:'l t.g provide p , HXCcI and friend, tried and mirth of youth, that ,r pre.ii,tr, l' ,i(ih ,i rpiiplf of yote. wolve. Iviixi k and at'dra's xhn!l jniued In ilte glorious u, liilTItit,. nl .ini'k. which was he 2 So for t ach aultnti' kiiloii, and true, l.uug Sync." ft lta' Ihe eoili'.'v ron'iiiiiHi.'lter a n 'ho niatkol pav "lll'ig ll In further provided lie bomiM. r,k.. was man,, an, he simk took FEDERAL INDICTMENTS. a SC.1 .o!i ho sharr api In- - that a tax .r rout and a hull mill he levied on thorp, horse worel In r'ami nd eafle in th- - liiiitnnna Fold fcecvnr. Tit, vl'io f ll waa a to toair'aln the bounty fund. Ne York. March 12. .tt The prior cf the killing of the anl-iiMl fw 'J'terj. li'ti wi'tin day. were re;ir'eil lu.hvv m i, die'iititts xtiell be ha ho akin with the iedernl lttddoji l ati f'i reo'v. oa-- h effer grand mri ru.-- Iihs i ,ui jr. for the po i it lit w ire. The figure o:ir entire ini and iw connected ntp'irar- alleged violaiiat lie oxhlbited. and ?he right fore-- t vvstiga.ing ImTeeeea end th ''he'.to qtdt 'tor tions Of th.- fe.l" ' s'ltllM. tob and i here to nerept Mi,. in I tie knee join 'ep intact. Th! It wa niu.oreii !:rtt .he in whirh will be nn:e Itcrt tt lit' " !u kinrei off end destroyed bv liftmen! wue a I'l.iv an.uny. i i,a;,i1. upi ho eountv t'erk. lig.tr. tfOiiino'Ml New. he rerrti :al-(- f of I'). "t v.i7ni.ie coal 'amis tn tie Itig II. un basic of Wyoming perf.-r"stdtne BOWLUC COKCRESS OCDENITES JUBILANT I DEAR OLD ALAN L. LOVEY ASA L. CHILD PASSES AWAY n - nit hlm-ael- fur-gir- dep-edit- er 1 ft .I a'!' ,,-!- -- - i',ii, 1 1 t paed f' : i l i: , - gfr - ! t .mn Rautaana of Denver Oct F in Five nten Clexx. rt Money Flay In the el.., nitel t.v blghl. TLe Faulxnnw Xnret, xroio 2 7S7 won flrat ntrmei f.'.mi. Th, (Her anda af Ixnver were erond. 2.7r,4. t and Will ur.'i Tt.. flieliki. (i, o.. teaan wnn thltd monev. Hob. Butie. Kaataa iiy. Ciexi riiM and Kansas Brunswick xmiev, 2,Ct;i: j.ucr, and 2 i.r.l foui'h flfh xnj lx i h veaiKCtlvfsiv and !!! teceve flbti ng ITS In the o'der rktned C 'ey : ve. 1,, A In C'lnxidi reh1-- , ill I 'ait to ,! ,Kt. TO Demands for RAINH MORE "Men"" We hare enlarged our 31illiuer.v Department am nr now carrring a very large line of all kinds of Miin,., v g. WIRELESS Chicago, March 12- .- F. A. Holbrook of Chicago, whu has been referred to aa the directing force of the ho calleil church and school furniture trnsi. aud nine church and school furniture manufacturer. were named in Indictment returned today by the federal grand Jury. In addition two petitions were filed In the United States Circuit court asking for an injunction rretrainlug - Andrew- - from erul-a com-pun- mrricnti Heating comand P. A. Holhrmik. ve-a- el i i , - Puddings, Etc. You WiB Need For That Party PHONE Do You Want to Be One Who Witt Have to Stay Homo EASIER ON THEM. BECAUSE LAYED YOUR YOU SIMY DE- GETTING SPRING SUIT? NAVAL RECORD. BRITISH 1. tu Inn. March 12. 4 despatch from Hong Kong report that the British China squadron ha achieved a quick-firinworld's record In light practice The cruiser King Alfred made twenty hits In fhlrtv-eluh- t round from three pounder and hit in 141 round from o.m-nil'ii- March 12. Street hut The ll..!'.1? ,,nil saUxuij. uil! qjllt f.a ill c:n-i- "j nvnty-fou- r hour. The niucvs who li.'iiii! nt withiirnw from he V."kera of the Mori I arc pxpec'i-- m nuike a ilentr.n!r;itln fnuu TiiV:t rommittee unlenx of the Ximrlcan Kederr.ib-of Irtiliti- will inir wjth a conin'iie of the Wexteii' H ' a; idl of Mine- Score- - of Iii.iv. armed I'nitei', Smi-uti.l 1i'iv ntnsCiYedepilt.ire pntro'.lir.g .he r.iT;i .mil f.be mite - Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen 12. A Reriin. Marrh mysterious duel wax fought yesterday Ir. the Grunewaid. near Berlin. One of the participants. Captain Von Behrens, was tak-to a hospital in a dying condition. Mystery attache to hia opponent. It waa staled that hr was a personage cf high rank but hia Identity ha been concealed. There la also no explanation of the cause. The duel nax fought with pixinla. ej'jfs ! li HAD A PITCHED , l the Ice FATAL DUEL FOUGHT. JAP .lupnese ship yard by liipane-- e xmikii.i.ii who arc Just iih.u: construction, vet the ship - pcife.-- ' ip every Wia11. and. waa under i s..ii,i lint Mo- i and on .e high seas within wo vcrirv : date her keel was laid d...r. in l;,pmi No such speed of is thi- - ha ever been n menc:in ship yard an-- ' he Iost lir';iii coord. namcl. the Vi emir, aught, is only slightly heifer him that m.t l" the Japanese in the loiihiirg of Tenkuua . Boleldleu and ran down to the caliix and hold which was filled with vke, About ind feet of tbe wharf a a hum! ed and six cars of hay were consumed. ! Tha British ship Whitlleburn a a slightly 'damaged. The cargo ,.r the Baltldleu la a partial lo. The uval damage will not exceed $15,(hhi. h'cI house. do. waa turned e. Makes n -- ui STREET FRYER Niagara Fall, Marrh 12. A huge Icicle dropped from the cliffs of the Niagara gorge onto a trolley car rf the Gorge road this afternoon as It waa passing the rapids. The motor-maDr. and Mrs. M. D. w.i killed. Nervey of Sioux City. Iowa, and Mias were struck on their harks N'ervey Uni-a- y find badly bruised and H. and wife of Plttabtirg were injured. The injured were taken to the Pro. tt ashliimou. March 12.--large mini!.: of Aiio'rii mi naval officer will wall'll wuli in'orext the entry Into H.imptiu Il'Mils. M.iv Rili. next, of the b'S in .nd cruiser Taiiku- Thi ir iuiere-- t I k,i explained hv two f lets F!i hat the ship with ,i pee ,,f na'! ,i draft of shout 22 - i.ter than any of knots, wlii.-- our Oakland, Cal., March 12. The gineer of a donkey engine on Ixmg wharf this evening. In raking hU fire, accidentally aet the oil snaked wood work ablate. The flames communicated to the rigging of the French bark en- ME88AGE8. ICICLE DROPPED rnm-Iiin- WILL WATCH CRUISER. FIRE STARTED ACCIDENTALLY. St. lamia. Mo.. March 12. Patrick J. Hynes, who two years ago pitched for the 81. Txxii American league team and who was signed with Milwaukee for tlte coming sensor., waa shot and killed thi morning in a saloon here. Louis Richardson, the bartender, waa arrested charged with the killing. Richardson declared he fired in and W. O. Htanshury corroborated the statement. Both said the trouble arose when Hynes, luring orden d some beer, refubod lo pay for il. rotn-1101- 1 YANKEES TWENTY- - FIFTH 358 BASEBALL FLAYER KILLED. Jack-Min- pany. Chicai;i Chicaco LAMON! GRIX less station at Point Lonia. near Han Diego, had on Sunday night caught the navy yard at Penxacola, Fla. At that moment Pensacola was taking a wire-lea- s message from Washington. D. C. The operator at Point Lonia caught the Washington and also a wireless message from the battleship Connecticut, now on the Atlantic ocean, which wa communicating with Washington from New York harbor. com-nan- M. s comparison of styles and prices. Dii-g- the furniture r'lnpunle from further of the Sherman antl-truviolation act. under wlilrh law the Indictments were returned. The Indictment charged the ilrtriulant corpoiatlon with coni rolling eighty of the church pew and school desk bualneasea in the I'nifed States. The company manufacturing fm nil nre against which Indictments were returned were American Seating company, Chicago; T. H. Andrew compiiuy. Chic ago; E. II. Stafford Manufacturing ocinpnny, Chicago; Superior Manufacturing Southern Muskegon. Mich.; . Heating ami Cabinet company. Tenn.. Cincinnati Sealing v . ClnrlnnaM; Friedman Scaling companv. New Richmond, Ohio: 14. C. A Co,. Parker City, Ind.: Veghl Son E. A. ll'ilhrook, Chicago The school nIt flint ti companies Indicted; Minneapolis ntfin. and School Furniture Owrnslioro (ouipany. Minneapolis; Semina and Cabinet company. Owensboro. K.; the Hudson School Furniture. Cincinnati Haney Hchi Fur niture companv. Ciand Rapid. Mich.: Pen Imly Schcxd Furniture company, North Manchester, Ind.; ihe lllluoi Relrigernror rliiipiiti.v, Morrison. 111.; v K. II Svnff.ird Manufacturing A Senii-Drex- Vallejo. Cal., Marrh 12. Commander H. (. (tearing, chief of the equipment department of the Mara Island navy yard, haa recelvad a wireless meaange from Han stating that the wire- INDICTED. Chicago. We are now showing a very large assortment of all the new ideas in Tailored and Hats, also Ladies' and Childnui'a Dress llata. Wt invite tor-littil-o u. ChicngM. ioodn, including flowem. jduince, tips, ribbons, clii n.n and all kinds of untriiniued shajtea. 4 Han Diego, Uul., March 12. -- The Pacific squadron, composed of the cruisers Charleston and Buaion and the boats Preble and Paul Jones, under the ccmnrand of Rear Admiral Hanburne, sailed today from thi port. The destination of the fleet, with the exception of the Boston, is for Magdalena bay. where thay will engage in target practice. The Boston will go to Central America. The Navy i.(iart-men- t haa decided that another ship is needed to guard American interest in thp troubled dlvirlct, and the Boston. Ielng or light draft, waa select eu for the work. More ruin and snow have fallen thia year so far than in the similar period In the last throe years, accord Ing to the weather uuui. And for the last three years I'uh haa had more than her usual share of wetness. Ho farmer and others lit this section of thr country may ryst assured that more than water will be available ibis sca-oAll streams In thia vicinity jiul in surrounding sections are running liank Great Halt lake Is two feet high. higher now than it waa this time last No great v.ar. and It la at 111 fear need be entertained, however, ot floods this spring, although the usual freshets and overfliitra may be i BATTLE. M.ti'riil. Murvh 12. The inly tumble !n Spain s a result oi the iectiim- - occutTed at Barcelona. There h" (i;ipoing parties had a tuMhetl h.i!!b n a remit of which one man wn kil'.e 1. Several more bombs were fmind in Elareelena 'yesterday. COME IN AND HAVE A TALK WITH US SCALDED TO DEATH. FI March 12. By I'i.ofTexas. an Irrigation plant cx;i'.:nti. Viian.-wt - -- Announcement PACIFIC SQUADRON SAILS. FOR tbi V,ow Will Bt Formulated Higher Schedule of hail fallen in love. oon in Chicago. Tne girl haa been a ward of the Ai i hi convention The delegates juvenile rouit fur gome time past and will endeavor to effect a stronger orwas taken Into cou-- t Monday after- ganisation of ihe carmen of the United noon and committed to the State In- States. The organization haa gained dustrial school. The girl declared that greatly in strength during the past her mother wanted i put her In the few months and when the general seseform action) so aa to ruin her life sion u held In Cldcago there will be and after she had been committed the such a representation aa will comfrom girl m rued to hur nmt her and In an- mand respectful consideration ger said: TTl kill her for It, and 1 railroad Interests. mean what aay. During the past year 125 member Just before being led from the have Joined the local organization. cour mom by Deputy Sheriff Sharp the The meeting last night la a step in the girl grabbed hold of her mother'a direction of securing a higher schedule HI kill you. arm and exclaimed: of wage, and the delegate from OgHer mother puahed her away and ahe den will go instructed to use hla vote was taken from the courtroom with and hla Influence In securing such acears streaming down her cheeks. tion on the pan of the convention. Dir some time past ahe haa been employed a a domestic and haa been HERMANN'S TRIAL CONTINUES. keeping company with Albert Bowen. On several occasions she took Howen March 12. The trial lo her mother's home, aud finally her of Washington. on The charge of Hermann Binger mother learned that he waa a married of the land office, records destroying man. She then took the fflrl In her today with the testimony of confidence and urged her to give the proceeded M. J. McVean, a former clerk In the ntan up. She refused to do so. and laud office. McVean was palled by the then Mrs. Mclrtitn took the matter up defense today and identified many lewith the Judge of the Juvenile court tters to the creation of the with the result that the girl waa com- Blue relating Mountain fureat reserve in Oremitted to the reform school. She gon. besides explaining the methods threatened io ran awr from the of in the forest division bookkeeping In achoil and to marry Bowen aptte of the land office, where a complete of of the Interference her mother record of this correspondence was set and the Juvenile court A. Hitchcock, former secreforth. Maud Johnson, aged 1C years, was of the Interior, wa put upon the also committed to the State Industrial tary stand the prosecution this afterschool yesterday by the Juvenile court noon. by He derailed the clrcumarancea but will Ite held in the county jail until leading up to the retirement of Mr. the rase against George Ducey, a sa- Hermann from the land office, which, loonkeeper on west Third Souih street, he stated. In answer to a question, Salt Lake. Is disposed of. was not voluntary. - - WANT ADS YIELD BIG PESL'LTS. CARMEN ELECT DELEGATES NATIONAL CONVENTION. The Ogden inomla-rMelvin, aevcnieen years old. of the Carmen iavke Oily, has een commit- of America held an Important meetted to the State' Industrial school af ing last night at which Y. E. Hardy Ogden for refusing to give up Albert wa elected a a delegate to the naRosen, a married mau. with whom she tional convention, which will convene (Iiiri.. ltv-- SPRING May of Sail ure 'hrniiKe A number of (igilMO'e. who tenuited in Sttirhorn l tab ;.. grta h ph nxed .0 ".f pi that tfeo giivpirment bn..' '.mu; ,,, iV.n "I erTV "q.iiint II, land will Rc- - QUIET AT GOLDFIELD. five-me- n g!-- Mar McLain Up Married Man. nteen-Year-Ol- d Pleased That Preaident Haa Thrown Open 21.000.000 Acre Land tn Entry. LAKE GiRL THREATENED TO KILL HER MOTHER. futea ta Giva d Speschmaking, autiM-rlbc- Hot g HAVE GOOD Na M NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS In mak-liicomplaint reganiiug the lirlivert of th Examiner do an dirert In circulation department, and no! to r Aar falling to n calva the Examiner will confer a favor by calling No. M either phone before Signed 1 SALT Colon Pamir, early yeter-dafrrnoou. under circumstance ubieh are moat peculiar. The freight train upon which young Item. sen wa braking had been travel-biat a pretty guud speed and n hot Ikii on one of the car resulted. Fear mg that the Journal might blnae up set Are to the ear the brake-maami kept hla eye on the smoking box. thlnklug to put cooler on It nt the first atop. In leaning out fnr to the side he neglected to notice the boards of a cattle guard and hla head struck with n alrkenlng ihud, the forehead being crushed in by the terrific impart. Hla body dropped from the train and rolli-down the grade. Aa warn a the irala crew became apprised of the accident, which waa within n very abort time after U happened and before the roar end of the train had paaoed, the train waa brought to a standstill and the dead body plrked up by bis fellow trainmen. The mother of the young man at Evanston was notified of the and affair and she boarded N. for Emery. The remain were placed on the train and the mother and a younger brother accompanied them to Ogden where they were taken to Ritchie's undertaking parlors. The father of the dead brakeman is an old time Cnion Pacific engineer, laiu Demaen, and is at present engaged in running n switch engine In the Ogden yarda. The family I almost heartbroken over the and affair. Notice of the funeral will be glren lm' OGDEN CAMR NO. S990 GIVES NUAL RECEPTION. I HELD twenty-twDemaeii. Frederick of age. a t allroad brakeman. mer i mu ni death at Emery, on the TIME Sam. SCHOOL .ear Na. M BUSINESS OFFICE IMapMOM 'Phona all 'Riom. ana ring IN Leaning From Car to Look at Boa is Struck ' Cattia Guard. (he perfect biscuit, eakeaad bread. JDITORIAL iruUpwMMftt MEETING DEMSEN FREDERICK MEETS SHOCKING DEATH. Per bilf a ccatuiy American housewives have found Dr. Prices Baking Powder a guarantee of hgiw, sweet, pure and wholesome food. EXAMINER TO REFORM YOLAG Baking powder. lble$ CRUSHED :e Mexico. - .. !h, ; seven the at la'ierers death. I I EDMUND TAILORING WANT ADS YIELD BiG RESULTS. 345 Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.