EXAMINER: THE HORNING 8 front rtp first day of i HERE Dr. PRIDE'S Cream Baking Powder EDITOR DANIEL DE LEON TALKS ON MATTERS OF SOCIALISM. make a the feed finer flavored, more healthful and delicious Will Leave Today for Goldfiald. Where He Will Lead tha Forets Of tha d'dicAlea by !'. I PiTOmAU HOOwe ubiUm cae"oFFtC area i rj Ej jra.-r.:- Na. u : AUDITORIUM Daniel De Leon, editor of the Daily and Weekly People, the organ cf the Socialist LsIhh-- party, published at New York City, addressed n fair sized audience at ilie county court house last night on the principles advocated Workers of the by the Industrial World. He will leave today for Coldfield, where he will marshal tbs forces of thr industrial Workers for a battle royal against tha forces of the American Federation of Labor, led by Grant Hamilton. REOPENS In mak-la- g complalnta regarding the delivery of the Examiner do so direct to circulation department, and not to carNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Interesting developments may be expected from the Sagebrush Mr. De Leon seemed to think that the press all over the country had not given the Industrial Workers a square deal For many years he has lought the Gompers labor faction, POPULAR RINK THRONGED WITH every effort to Its defeat. The IndusROLLER SKATERS. trial Workers of the World movement nay be gauged from three clauses, aa follows: Fully Eight Hundred People Out Last e There ran he no peace so long as Night Floor Is In Much hunger and want are found among milThan Ever Before. lions of working people and the few who make up tha employing claw have all the good thiuga of life." After having been closed for about working class and the employten days, the Auditorium skating rink ing The elaaa have nothing in common. crowd n to last Its doors night opened "Between these two classes a strugestimated at 800 people. Not all of gle must go on until all tha oilers thla number engaged In the as well come together on the pastime of skating, but a gnat ma- as on the Industrial political take and field, jority . took advantage of the oppor- and hold that which they proaw.e by and tunity and skated with great vun their labor through an economic orspirit. ganisation of tha working class withThe repairs, for which the rink was out affiliation wth any political party.'' closed, have practically been completWhatever tlia interests may be of ed, and the floor la In better shape a class whose material welfare steadthan ever before. Those who skated ily towers up, and the interest of the last night nra of tha unanimous opin- class and all ion that it la In betlar shape than that whose material welfare, thereupon depends, sinks perpenupon the occasion of the first opening. dicularly and In evrn tempo with the The electric planer has been put to furnier'a rise whatever these two seta in use the and slight inequalities good of Interests may be, they ran have tlie surface have been leveled to a nothing In common, maintained De nicety. The roof haa been repaired so Leon. The relations between these leakof more that there is no danger two aets of Interests are not even tha in new moling is ing. A carload of though opposing, yet the railroad yards and will ba put on relations of two,forces, such as physics supplementary within the next few days. Us of. They are the relations beThe two rlnas operated by the Salt tells tween the and tbs victim, ljdie and Ogqen Auditorium associa- whose blondvampire aueh it drains--an- d tion have tha commendable record of establish nothing In comhaving had fewer accidents than any mon. surely Of all one aided relations, these other two rinks In tha country. Where relatione cake and the pie. ra many people engage In the sport, Indeed, Take the people who prate about the there are of necessity a number learntha hrotherbood, the mutuality, ing nil the time, and it la practically 'identity of tntcreets of the capitalist, altoaccidents avoid to Impossible' or employing class, and the working gether. hut atill, such safeguards have class demand of the workingman that here the round beea'thrown j pastime few which they would apank their own In Salt Lake City that the danger children If and they believed It possible. la reduced to a minimum. It Mr. Phil 8. O'Maru, the genial They want of you that you behove possible to divide an apple between president and general manager of tha two men in auch a way that each shall company,' haa bean In the buelreai for have the bigger chunk. An Imwossl-bllityears, having operated the great If the workingman produces pavilion skating rink in San and the capitalist take Francisco for a number of years. Tha four dollars are two, there only two left :o the rink attained that by surreal great workingman; If the capitalist take s as directly responsible for fhe re- three, the workingman has to put up turn of the roller skating erase on the with ona; If the capitalist appropriate Pacific coast, and now them In not n three and a half, there is nothing but town or city of any rise from Van- 60 cents left to the workingmen. Incouver to Ban Diego that la without If the workingman pangs on versely, months Within six rink. Its skating to a whole dollar, the capitalist's share had after the Mechanic! pavilion risk If the workingman been made n success over 93.uOO.oflO la reduced to three; and forward two, there pushes had been spent In building rinks along are hut two left forkeepa the capitalist; the coast. should the working man preserve three, the capitalist would have to put np with one;, nnd should the workingman divide In surh a way that lie 'tskps and holds all that he produced, my capitalist will have to go to work. In other words, he would cease to be a capitalist. Now, then, the flga"ca im this poster quite clearly Illustrate the A POOR RELATION. law that underlies the capitalist system of production. That law does not Ellsworth at the Grand Ire appeared last night In A Poor Relation, a aid the workingman In preserve an It neat little drama In three acts. He increasing ii share of his product; to requires the capitalist is a clever actor and plays the part of aids, aye. incres-lrgl.- ". Ills N'mh Vale, n poor, struggling ganlue. intensify his In-plunder - ever thicker. eve- - and with a good deal of force and realism. chunk must The play la a mural lesson, and some correspondingly thinner must be the f Its terse and pointed lines in (he workingman's slice. No romin.m inas this aspect of hands of Ellsworth were msde to read terest there! As far the clause which 1 have Just read it Pke sermons, rich with every-daIn his Mipimn appeared a capa- concerned. it is too obvious to require ble company. Blaurhr Dlx played Hu- further proof. Hut weightier sense mic of Dolly Kaye and B. C. Dunlavy and meaning, meaning and sense of the role of Jasper Rterret. Two clever more Immediate, practical pith and little tots as Rip" an.) "Patch' added nvunent, lies imbedded In that cliitao." With reference to the ballot De leon to the effectiveness of the production. suid: "The ballot is a weapon of THE UMPIRE" TONIGHT. the ballot is a weapon that no movement of our times This season's most portent Ions the- revolutionary may ignore except at It, own peril: atrical offering in Ogden will iinuiuibt-edlthe socialist ballot In the emblem of he "The Umpire," which is due For that very reason the Socialtight. to rearh the Grand lunight. It win ist ballot Is he remembered that this Is ilie musical comedy which played havo.- - with Weaker than a woman's tears. all the long-rurecord In Tamer than strop, fonder i ban last eaeon. having been performed inLoss valiant than the virgin in the something like :'.50 rimes witn-m- i terruption. and with the public at the night. close of the engaa'-nK-n- ' clamoring for And kktlless p- - unpractired Infancy, wore. Several l features of Unless it is backed by the might " merit are claimed for "The i ni;ire. among them being the timely nature of enforce It. That - requisite might is ha several themes baseball, football, summed up in th- industrial mind of the woiling class. "graft." polltlrs, diplomacy and other ilie labor mow turn: topics nf current Inreresi, tn eav notli-tt'i- r voii. that miglu . I soul. I iiliuot a. r a blithe romance that needs, as fa'rly sins its wa.x thmuch Hie i.ieco. against the political luuveiiirnis which us There is a strong dramatic plou a us own breath In at into la the CHpttu'.ist It rant ni.i:siir. ngsiu-svs-.-of comedy, any of the music that the people like It nerd that might against t.t.. tyrant to nut the ly.ib'tu np.-and an excellent cast of enuu-diatit and dancing nnd singing girl- -. The 1.1m; it al-- 't needs that might ii s to which. the evil production being under the diretuon of Manager Hairy Askin of the ii,and mi this co rni pi atmosphere of society, the political mov mi opera house. Chicago, a more turn i t of scenery and cosinevitably exposed. The two point adequate tumes la assured. The company con- are vital. Mm It. 'nOn'lriv more iliau tains Fred Mace, Kdlh Yerr.niou. appears at first sight hangs thcv by. Guclma Baker. Katherine Hunu, llam "Political power i reached llanlon, Georae Damercl. lldem- Salt the bu'.lft hex inger, RradleegMartin. Bert Younc. the ballot . an fold: it is a vri;.iii!e Jessie Huston and many ohcr. inth .'' nettle. Tha' aelile ts cluding the famous umpire "lu-jliby of (he capitalist class. Tin elect Instructors nnd roturiiug SALT LAKE MAN DOING WELL. hoards are capitalist appointees: the .rc veritable gtirrinps with which th in the Boston, March c!a-- s holds the p capitalist national checker championship tod.iv imagine these capUa-- st gjnisnn-o- f partially completed two round In the the rUction will n; tournameuf, but owing to a number of i" allow the candidate of cnuiplui'i drawn games the four places in the ti n. whose urogram i the the tivnlt; major section will nut lie decided un- rf the political bttre of dismantling canr-Iistil tomorrow. Tn the minor r, , cacefti'ty to file rhnrieh. DOORS riers. Any subscriber failing to ceive the Examiner will confer a favor by calling Na 59 either phone before a. m. ben-lin- g (Signed) LAMAR NELSON, Circulator. In attempting to board Oregon 6hort No. 7 at Brigham City last evening. while in an Intoxicated condition, John Ripley of St. John, Malad valley, Idaho, fell beneath the wheels of the moving train, bis left leg being mangled ao badly that amputation will be necessary. The companions of Ripley cautioned him about attempting to board the train, bnt In spite of their warnings he tried to get on the platform of one of the coaches and fell partially beneath the train. He was temporarily cared for at Brigham, and later taken to the L. D. 8. hospital at Balt Lake City, line Bet-Shap- It la rumored that oome of the focal will abolish ovenlrafting after Business men generally are of the opinion that this la a had more, as It will prove detrimental to the business Interests of the city. Those consulted are of the opinion that the system of overdrafting la an almost assantlal part of commercial activity, sad that the city will suffer materially if dona away with. This will be done In Balt Lake City, It is said, but the focal banks as yst have taken no definite atand in the matter. SO. rala-tfon- a The ladiea of the Eplacopal church will hold an Easter sale of cooked food, fancy articles and aprons on Saturday, March S3, at (he new Geo. A. Lowe building, Washington sienna. Waltef M. Given, who was killed by n horse falling on him Friday night at Hooper, was interred yesterday afternoon in the Hooper cemetery. Services were held In the South Hooper meeting house, commencing at IS o'colck. There was n large attendance of relatives and friends of the deceased. Lee Hammond. Gilbert Parker and others gave ehort funeral sermons. a The stockholders of the eld Weber County Fair Association will do well to rend I notlue In another column. Look It np at once. Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Cleveland of Rexburg, Idaho, are registered at the Broom hotel. THEATERS J. W. 8teveus of Logan la an Ogden visitor. J. E. Caldwell of Sandy, Utah, la taking in the sights of Ogden. MAN LAID TO YOUNG les-ron- y REST JO- v Woodman of the World Participated in tha Sorvlcea Deceased Was a Member of Degree Teem. Cii'-rag- The esteem In which Joseph M. Eggleston wsa held by his many friend was shown yesterday at the services held over his remains In the Fifth ward. The church edifice was rrriwd-eand the speaker eulogised the nolle Qualities of the young man. bishop John Watson presided over the serr-kewhich were of a most impressive ordar. The musical part of the services was particularly commendable, a ladles doable quartet rendered two seSweet Home." and lections, Home. "There le Sweet Rest in Heaven, in pleasing maimer. Solus were as follows: "Oh. My Father." Mrs. Alice Laughran; "Some Dav Will Understand," Mr. Mary Karlev. Mis TUlle Hancock and Mr. William Jones aang When the Mieta Have Rolled d Away." Patriarch George W. Urktn preached a stirring funeral sermon on the Resurrect km," offering word of consolstlcm to the bereavrd family In mus-im- N-- w. 01111-11- e ii-- c.tpi-uM- lire-v'-u- liwir--cui- s am-uin- the thought that there would be a reunion in the eternity to come. Other poakera were ai follows: Judge J. A. Howell, Elder H. P. Jacobs, Chief of Police Thomas E. Browning. The love ond devotion which the departed eon had shown for his mother through life wai referred to In glowing tcrn.s by the speakers. The degree team of the Woodmen the World and Nichols' baud funeral cortege to the C. McKan. Paying soulful airs en 'nuts. J. .1. At the grave the Woodmen h Id short to no'hing, b-- igir.-r-ane- tl!r--ig- ot-e- er ln-l- .igi-ni- yer ih-i- l m. - fl.iit l.;il e CiM, Hrorxvili-h ore draw. . i d,-f- io , pnme; -- y,. in a iiiouuc.iTk visinn hib-uevnbi' loii.i r linil.-i. r..;in i, out now; t; has been omni-mil : . MARCH 20, 1907. LEGISLATURE The Price MAY END TONIGHT DIFFERENCE HOUSE WAITING FOR THE APPROPRIATION BILL. to monkey with the temperature. De Laon's Career. De Leon's career is not less remarkable than his personality. Bom In of Cura cos, July, 1852, on the off the coast of Venezuela, he was urly sent to Europe to be educated . in a school at Germany, the Univerand later transferred sity of Leyden, from which be graduated in 1872. having mastered German, Spanish, Dutch, Larin. French, English and ancient Greek, and made a deep study of history, philosophy and mathematics, besides being able to read Latin. Portuguese and modern Greek. Shortly alter his return to this continent he became associate editin' of a Spanish paper published In the Interest of Cuoan liberation, and later secured a position as teacher cf Greek and mathematics in a school in Westchester. N. Y. While in New York De Leon took the course in Columbia law school, graduating with honors, being awarded the prlr.es of international law and of constitutional law. the former by President Woolslev of Yale, the second by William Beach Lawrence of Providence, and afters ard twice successful!)' competing for the post of lecturer on international law in Colombia college, which be held for two terms. But his successive three-yea- r Interest In the Knights of Labor and In Socialism led to a severance of his connections with the college. In 1002 he was nominated by the Socialist Labor partv aa Its candidate for Governor of New York, receiving nearly 16. ui tO vote. In 1892 De Leon was elected editor of the Weekly People. g Why send away for your bulbs and aeedst A full assortment of reliable and choice bulbs, flower and vegetable seeds at Grouts Seed Store, MS S4th at. Buy early while the assortment la complete. LAST BAD RITES HELD OVER SEPH M. EGGLESTON. .c Hildt-sheim- state. re- March yn m sz:sr.'-.- A BREVITIES baaln The floral offeringa were beautiful and varieit Among the many, one from the Ely Mercantile company , the FUV- nrm by whlch lhe man Ployed at the time of his demise, and appearance; o-- - Industrial Workers, EXAMINER TELEPHONES vs - SPEAKER depend upon the feed you eat it- -' WEDNESDAY, til be counted V t even This fact, it ifniiciy insomeittt- - usfutureground a wffict-n- t taken by from witch to conclude that the movement Is utieny tsciere. Those who arrive si foxt conci'ision fail into the error of failing to realise that correct conclusion neve.- - flow troin single premises. They can be arrived at only by considering all the premises in the case. While she Soria list ballot was. Is and may continue to he counted out, the political movement accompilifce that which all the counting out alii not -' abb- to counteract. A man may iuunke with the thermometer, yet lie is utterly unable SOCIALIST YZ58 IHIe&Mfe ETi H- - OGDEN. HIGHER WAGE Bill Passed tha House for Utahs Par ticipation in tha International Mining Exposition In 1908. Scarcely a thing was done by the niGH COST, EXCLUSIVE MILUXERS CHAEGE AI, House of Representatives yesterday, aa they are now waiting for tha approMOST WHAT THEY PLEASE FOR priation bill, which will be before ihe House this morning, and the Legislature will undoubtedly clime Its deLadies and Children's TH mmed Hats. Perhaps liberations this evening. The House ym passed but two bills, although tha House held two sessions. dont know that hats quite aa good in material and w.Rie-tim- e Tha Fair Bill Passed. much Letter stjled are made bj u and uld at During the morning session the House took frum the table 8. B. 156, popular price, 3.00, 3.50, LOO, fo.OO and up. They not Seely, and passed the same. The bill changes the name of the Deseret Agonly look a good a the high-co- t kind, but they are an ricultural and Manufacturing company to that uf the Utah Fair associagood. tion. After n conference with members of Practically the only difference is in the pries the Senate the committee appointed by the House came to on agreement We bare a large line of Easter Hat and invite a comyesterday afternoon relative to the Juvenile court bill. It was finally amended ao that it wllf pass both parison houses. The Judges are to be appointed by a Juvenile court commission composed of the governor, the attorney general and the State superintendent of public Just ruction. The judge shall hold office for a period of two yearn and may be removed at the discretion of the commission. Gov. Cutlara Veto Sustained. TWENTY-flfT- H The House also sustained the veto 4 of Gov. Cutler, to H. B. 118, hy Hanson, regarding animals. The House passed S. B. 208, by Walton, providing for the division of funds derived from the United States govFELL FROM A WARSHIP. office ra report a daring rescue by ernment for forest reserves tn Utah. John C. Fremont, Jr. it oThis amounts to something like $9,000 En-igccurred while the veeaela were ancheach year, and la divided, by the bill, But Saved by tha Daring of an ored off Chin Klsng. Dr. Paul g. according to the amount of acreage Stainaker of the West Virginia feu of reserve in each couutyj Shanghai, March 19. The Ameri- overboard. Ensign Fremont, although H. J. M. No. 13, Westphal, memorial-Ixin- g can armored cruiser squadron arrived wearing a heavy overcoat, ji.niie4 cungreaa for a fish hatchery at here yesterday from Nanking. The over after the doctor and saved htu. Spring lake, a tributary uf Utah lake, waa pawed. For a Mining Exhibit The following hill wan Introduced in the House and passed yesterday : Section 1. That, for the purpose of properly presenting the mineral resources of thla State, tha State of Utah shall participate In the International Mining Exposition, at New York, In the year 19fl8, and for that purpose a Commission, to be known as the International Mining Exposition Commission, la hereby created, to ba composed of thq .Governor and four members, to be appointed by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the 8 Piute, . .The Governor ahnll be the chairman, of ouch Commission, and a secretary nnd treasurer shall be appointed, by the Commission, the treasurer to be appointed from the members, thereof. Any vacancy occurring in auch Commission shall be filled by appointment hy the $ f GRIXS 358 En-al- WILL BE ASKED OGDEN PLUMBERS WILL MAKE A DEMAND ABOUT APRIL 1. Want Present Scale of 93.50 Per Day Raised to 94 and 94.50 Salt Lake Plumbers Want 95 a Day, It U understood at the various plumbing ahopa In the city that plumb- ers will demand an increase from 9J.S0 per day to It and 94.6 per Jay about April 1. Aa to wether there will be a strike in the event that thr demand la noi compiled with Is hard to cay at the prescat time, inasmuch ac it la a little early. In all probability the muster plumbers and the workmen will get together and settle the matter. The 94 rale Is. for men who have been engaged in the business but three years and the 94.50 rate is for men who have worked at plumbing for over three yeans. The demand nude hy union plumbers lu other sections of the country has had tta influence on the Ogden workmen, with the result that the demand mentioned will be made. Now that apring weather la here and the ground has thoroughly thawed out, many people will have plumbing work done, and hence there will be a greater demand for plnmbera. During he winter many of the local plumhew have not had Heady employment, hut have worked extra as the master plumbers bad something for them to Jo. Situation In Salt Lake City. Several plumbing shops In Balt Lake of commission the City were put out early part of tin- - weak by the striking of the union plumbers for higher wages. The demand was made Satnrt day and a nuiiiiier of shops are affected by the strike. The Zion plumbers are now receiving 94.50 per day for Ight hours' work, hut want 96 n day In- - the same lime. The master plumbers stale they will not pay the In-- i lease, blit will fight It to the bitter Mid. Several of the shops affenrd by the strike are advertising for non' union nun. offering them 95 per day, or .10 cen: inure than the present union scale. The flail Iaike shops affected by the m ike are Hlgson A FRYER Makes Governor. Sec. 2. duties of efflcea You WU Need For That Party PHONE . MARCH 25tH r, lias always been a matter of pride the Utahn in general and the rc:-iiriof Ogden in particular to prdnr to the great work dune by the State School fT the and Ulind :i this illy. Whm an out elder who know states that t'tjii h.i one of the great's: schnola of its k'nd in the sorb!, thr-u- th'-i. inked cause for con-- ; ratuiarion. Superintendin' Thomas ?. Mr .Money of the Wee.ii-- n Il'iuisx Ivania Institution r the Hlimi ai Pittsburg whi I - Before-enterin- their WILL BE TIIE LAST DAY WE CAN TAKE OllDERS FOR EASTER DELIVERY JUDGMENT it 1'i-n- n th visited l'tah m writes in Super 't'' end cut Frank M Driggs of this city and says in pail; "It lu been im pleasure !nce c.un-inEast to ie:i'. a number of times the of your n in ttai; and the work ln-o- l. g e nci-riiiiig accnm-pilshe- therein bi'lioiil-- 1 AGAINST CITY Suits to Order $18 and up ELISHA BINGHAM RECEIVES $375 FOR INJURIES SUSTAINED. Jury Holds That the City Is Respond-bl- e by Allowing Unfilled Trench on Twenty-SeventStreet. h d all sincerity, after through the'l'niteil that I have not seen fan any betii-- r work anywhere than your pup!!- - are doing in Utah." This opinion (.,p.ps from nr who i.a mad.- - a thor.-ugstudy of like Institutions fur many years. Superin :end-T.- t Mc.luiiv recently coinileted u trip over tin entire country an.' vlf-.e-,1 retry rchool fur the deaf nd blind of note in the eltl-- g visited tr the purp-j- e of gaining knowledge r be used in the school ovpr wnich m had charge. Fuming entirely n 't does, from sneh an authority. Superintendent liriggs tmd his n!'!i- - eirp.- of ;.!- - m ' - warm I v eon f r the r eel Vnt work iloi.e in the I'iaii iiitl.:-- j visiting Stairs. the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc. . upon the the members, except the Governor, shall take the constitutional oath of office, and the treasurer shall give a bond In such urn aa shall be fixed by the Commission, auch bond to be approved by the Commission. Bee. 3. The aaid Commission shell have full power to devise and execute plana for the display of auch exhibits from the State of Utah aa may, in the opinion of the Commission, be advisable to represent the mineral resources and advantages of the State; to secure, encourage and aid exhibitors to make exhibits from thla State at such exposition, and shall have full control of such exhibit and general direction of all matters connected therewith, and may adopt rules for carrying into effect the purposes of this act, and the plana of said Commission. Sec. 4. The Commission Is hereby authorised to engage auch employes as may be necessary for the securing, arranging, transportation and display of exhibits, and for the erection, maintenance and management of the building herein provided for. See. 6. The members of the Commission shall serve without compensation, but shall be allowed their necessary expenses while actually engaged In the work of the Commission, which shall lie paid upon vouchers approved by the Commission, out of the appropriation hereinafter made. Sec. 9. The sum of $2,000, or so I. M. ifigley A Co., Oarthr.v A I inn beck. Will Rees company, U. G. much thereof as may he necessary, Is hereby appropriated out of any moneys Doyle A Co. and J. J. Farrell. in Ihe State treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose uf carryPRAISES SCH00LF0R THE DEAF ing into effect the provisions of this art. Of Thomas Superintendent McAloney Pittsburg Says That No School in Dooo Bettor Work. Country Roe-sit-- STREET In i a- - iiaro-'icitei- The first judgment against the city within a period of five years was that vb'Hlued yesterday In the municipal court In the rase of Elisha Bingham, w ho was awarded 9375 damages for injuries sustained in August of last year. Attorneys Henderson and Davis represent'd the plaintiff. Young Hingham was riding his wheel Twenty-sevent- h street, he. tween .lifferson and Adams, when wlthoui warning he ran info a trench that had been partially filled and waa throw'll forcibly and violently from the bicycle, sustaining injuries which remaining In bed for about a month. Suit hrouehl for $730. and th' judgment therefore waa Just 'n !u:f , f the amount sued fir. ORDER TODAY IT WONT ALWAYS RAIN OR SXOW. EDMUND S 345 TAILORING Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.