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TUB HORSING ft EXAMINER: OGDEN. niH. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1W7. There is an interesting plot, re Piete with thrilling siiuaJ.uu that make you hold your breath in the excitement of the scenes. There are scenic and mechanical effects that make yon wonder how such realistic effect can be produoed on a stage. There are specialties galore cf the moat imereaiing kind, original aongs, quartets, duet, dances, both grotesque and fancy, and, greatest of al. the funniest, cumeJy scenes ever conceived. In fact, tha comedy element Is the strong feature, and more than half the evening's enterTRAIN PASSED THROUGH OGDEN tainment L a continuous roar of laughAT 11:50 LAST NIGHT. ter. The chaiacters are peculiar In the extreme, being taken mostly from life-- , the author baring spent several months ia the state of Arkansas Denver in Reach to Company Expects among the backwoods natives, collectFastest Run Ever Made Gpecial ing the peculiarities, dialects and waya Has tha Right of Way. of those odd people. He then took the hold-u- p aa a base and famuu Blue-Cuwove an interesting story around it, tulle to a a close Speeding along at introducing these strung characters, minute clip, tha Henry W. Savage who are well known to be ihe most "Madam Butterfly" special passed comical people on earth- through Ogden at 11:50 o'clock laqt Ulp to HERMAN CASE SHOWS UP FRAUD. night on Us Denver to open its engagement there on time tonight. The management ex(Continued From Page One.) pects to make the trip In between The eighteen and nineteen hours. day, and later that day Puter met regular time from Bali Lake City to Hermann. Hermann shook Lands Denver is about hour, with him, he sahl, stated he had seen while the fastest time made by a railroad train, ao far as local railroad Mitchell and that hla patents would men can remember, is about twenty be issued. A day or ao after this, Puter says, he called at Hermann's hours. office and was taken to the basement The grand opera company la travelhis ing ou is own special, constating of of the general land office, where seven cars. There are two sleepers, patents were being made out. Ha said two chair cars, two baggage can and he took tha trip for the West at once, a diner. One baggage car, carrying and upon reaching Portland, after the majority of the hotel trucks of stopping for a short time at his home the singers, went out yesterday on a in Berkeley, Cal., found the parents regular train. The special wtii us waiting for him. Hls total expense, the Oregon Short Line tracks to Green Puter said, had been $7,000 or $8,000. At this point the court adjourned River, Wyo., and then the tracks of the Inton Pacific to Denver. Orders for the day. Previous to the testimony of Puter, have )een Issued by these railroad A. W. Heldecker of Detroit, Ore., giving the special preference over all J. to trains but the fast malls. Stops will described a trip he made as guide Inwhen the latter made .he be made only for water and fuel and Loomis, n eeveu-elevevent I gat lou of the lo change engines. In order t give the company all claims. Before Loomis reached the the time possible at Salt Lake, last Puter claims he fell from hls hnree and not go to the night's performance began promptly was Injured. He did at 7 o'clock. About a dosen big bag- Puter claims, and when asked If he certified gage waguna tranporid the rein lin- was not going, the witness I am a special ing trunks and scenery from the the- that Loomis said: ater to tbe Oregon Short Line depot. agent of the land office. Mum'a the extra word." Between twenty and twenty-liv- e Daniel W. Tarpley, who ha been baggage handler were at th stage convicted of land frauds in Oregon, door to assiat in tha loading of tha witness. Ha companys effects. Tha special left wa also a government gave the details of acquiring with Salt about 11 o'clock. That the principal who aing In the Horace McKinley about 17,000 acres of achool land In what waa Uter the opening performance at Denver to- Blue Mountain forest reserve. Attormorrow night may not be made too run ts ney Maya of Portland, he said, nad denervoua by the manded part of these lands. He said do thomselvea Justice. Manager Edmond aent them on ahead on a regu- he offered to relinquish lands to the lar train yesterday afternoon. Inas- value of $8,000, but Maya wanted much aa about 300 pieces of bag gags more, saying that tha amount named and scenery must be transported to would not go anything like far enough Maya the Broadway theater whan the com- in Washington. Ha testified that "checker-boerdedpany arrives In Denver before the cur- threatened to have hla lands if he did not give up more tain may lie rung up, arrangement have been made there for a large extra money or land. Witness said he had force of' baggage handlers and a dozen been called on when he reached Washington February $ by Attorney Gat-leextra wmgnas to be at the depot. one of Hermann'! counsel, and up to We're simply going grab If he had any letters from Herground by the mile." said Manager asked Edmonds yeatei'day afternoon. We've mann. He had none. got to get to Denver for the opening Washington, March 20. Attorney there, and we're going to get there. On the special, as a guest of Mr, Worthington continued Ms effort iu Savage, was Bids Dudley, verse writer tho Herman trial today to ascertain and paragraphs of the Denver Poet. whether Clark Loomis of Oregon waa Mr. Dudley arrived In Balt Lake City Influenced In tha testimony he gave by yesterday morning to maka the trip yesterday for the .government hack to Denver wlih tha company. promlsei of immunity or believes that be would recleve Immunity from the charges now pending against him. The witness said he had never had promise of Immunity, "but I am satisfied I could obtain immunity," he said. He waa allowed to give the details of the negotiations between himself and S. A. D. Puter regarding immunFRED MACE IN "THE UMPIRE." ity after tha letters conviction for land frauds In Oregon. During a sinFred Mach made a home run last gle duy Puter went six or seven times night In The Umpire," amid nhowera between the witness and the governof applause from the audience. He ment atomeys, Haney and Byrnex, In created a sensation of the excruciat- Portland, Loomis said, to arrange for ingly funny variety at each base, and this Immunity. Tbe efforts failed, did not foul once during the evening. the witness stated, hecauee the attorHU game was remarkable from many neys wanted Ijoomia to state to Puter Idea. He hit alean, straight and un- what ha knew before they would let erring and hla single, double and home him come before them. Loomis said runs flew out in ihe audience and the gist of the matter was that he laughing hundreds grabbed at them repeated over and over again to Puwith gleeful abandon. Tba expressions ter that he did not know that he were deeply wrapped In base ball jar- knew anything that the attorneys gon and It took some time for them to wanted, but waa vary anxious to make penetrate, ao long has Ogden been any arrangement possible for immunwithout a national game of tho lint ity. He Mid he did not know that Puter conferred with the government water. Mace was seen last season In the attorneys, but certainly believed that PUT Piff Pouff." He he had. Band Man, was judged Impartially and placed Justice Stafford ended the Inquiry among the best comedians on the when the witness began to atate what stage. He surpassed himself last Puter had told him aa not coming night. "The I mplre" gives him a from the attorneys In hls long experience as special greater opportunity to show his talent then did the Sand Man," and the agent for the hmd office in Oregon, manner in whlrh he took advantage Dr. Loomis said the money he took of It wa a pleasure to behold. Born to report favorably upon the twelve funny, he Is hound to die funny, as Puter claims was the first and only the beginning of nature ii also Its' end. time he had taken money for reporting lie Is n oasis on the stage and there on claims. Ho said he had not been I snoililng but bubbling laughter Influenced In this case by the money around him when he Is In Bight. His he had received. The claims In quesis nut a studied attitude. It comes tion were twelve homestead claims naturally. As proof, on the spur of whlrh Puter hxd obtained in the Casthe moment he spun some local puns cade forest reserve. that cnnvulseil the home folk for a Attorney Worthington placed in evifew btlHKful moments. The best proof dence a letter to Loomis from Her or an Inspirational witticism is Its ninnn Instructing hint to examine the twelve claims and thirty-thre- e effect on the other fellow. others. Awlfood by (luelma Baker. Lloyd Hla report to the department, he aald, was the aame In all cases. Ingraham. Harry Hanlon, George I never failed to give every entry-ma- n Edith Ynrrlngton and In short or any one in trouble all the the entire company, he has surh support as Is seldom arrayed around one chance to get out I could," the vit-nes-a so superlatively good. The company Mid. He added that he often ix said io be the origins! one, the one made reports aa special agent withthat broke the record in the Grand out going upon the land reported on. Ojiera House at Chicago, and if It ia not well, the original has a better. SANTA FE AFTER MEN. The Umpire was brought west liy Kansas City; March 24. The Star Harry Askln. on an experiment which is proving Itself successfully. Why toils y says: shouldn't Ihe west receive the best? Many extra hrakemen, known on It appreciative and a capable Judge. the road as student brakemcn. have Mizs linker is as charming a lead- lwrn employed by the Santa Fe Rail-sa- y company. About twenty-fiv- e new ing lady as one will meet with between const and coast, she ts fresh, not too names have hem placed on the 'extra lioard" nt the shop in Argentine. ew breezy, uwtallzlngly enr and ns winsome as the daughter of a millionaire men are being added to the working at all division points on the two foot hall elev- fore ought to he. ens composed of girls in regular grid- Santa Fe system. Railroad employes believe the comiron loggery she directed a game as realistic ns the gelnitlne gladiatorial pany employing the student brake-me- n in anticipation of a strike. contests. The ,.n!v fault was with the audience which did not rise equal to the occasion. CARD OF THANKS The npc-iItself is a clever piece of work. It cmicerna the the griefs, We desire to thank onr friends and pleasure and tho experiences of a y coterie of American trust managers, neighbors for their kindness end loss of our beloved bov. escaped rrimirais. dashing women and PauL in the bell hoys, who all conspire to flirt J. D. SMITH. and do other ivpically American MRS. L. 31. SMITH. edy. 3gffl money MONEY FOR SAVE.'jjjpu THE WATCHMEN ays That a Cottage for Girls Should Be Erected Away From Other Much Damage OF BANKS g DIFFERENCE e While the Ogden river is on a ramIt is a shame and n disgrace the page again, the flood situation ia not the children at the Plata Indus- quite so serious as upon Februaiy 26. trial school have had to be taken care First imports would Indicate that such was the case, but the water a of and the buildings they are now in, way Arbucklo ARIOSA all their Eve. Look at them. They lie it and they haven't had to cuk drinking it who have drank Joseph on declared Speaker Harry S. the floor of the House of Representatives yesterday afternoon when the report of the appropriation committee on the Appropriation bill endeavored to cut out the appropriation of $20, MO for the building of n separate building Don't let any man tell at the aebuol for the arcommodlaiioa of the girls. instead you something We have at the Institution at the present time all kinds and conditions which may rub your of boys and girls and at the present hour there are 111 boys and 21 girls. stomach and It la the Intention to remove the girle from the dose association with the nerves. boys, which Is possible under present conditions. The committee Intends to have a new building built for the girls and the smaller boys are to be placed In KmI Pin Fmi the cottages where the girls are now. , Nin.w N. It la necessary that the smaller boys 3041. iUaVA be separated from the larger ones. On account of the closeness of the buildings there has been one or two scandals at the school that could not be avoided. 1nlean something is done I cannot vouch for what will be done.' The Institution la certainly a povertyEXAMINER TELEPHONES -stricken place," declared Representative Tolton. "The plan contemI EDITORIAL ROOMS la certainly good, and I favor Ns SI plated Independent Rimi lt. Na, M Sad 'Phone, twa ring Representative Fuller spoke at some nuSINESS OFFICE NA M length upon tha question and made Independent Phona alall Phona, ana ring Na M a strong appeal that the Item be lowed to remain in tha bill. In behalf o the committee Representative Henrle declared that the committee did not know the circumstance. or It would not have opposed the appropration. Upon the motion of Representative Tolton the appropriation fur the Agricultural College of rtah was raised NOTICE TO SUBSCRISERS In mak- from $85,000 to $100,00t). The motion ing coaiplalnta regarding tha delivery eased. of tho Examiner do ao direct to cirbill occupied the The culation department, and not to car- attentionappropriation uf the House nearly the enrier. Any nubacrlbar falling to tire and was finished late today. the Examiner will confer a favor Withday but a little work this morning lip calling Na 6$ either phone before the work of the legislature will be finished. LAlfAR NEI.BON, (Signed) The appropriation for the State Circulator, School for the Deaf, tha Dumb and the Blind la as follows: C. L. Anderaon of Ifprum, a promFor general maintenance for the two inent rnnchmnn of Cache Valley, la in academic years beginning July 1, 1007, tha dtp, and ending Juue 30. loov, or so much thereof aa may he necessary, fi0.nfl. A1 Moyea had baaa named Repairs and Improvements, larlud-bnokbp Governor Cutler atate flah and game warapparatus, machinery , new den to aucceed John Sharp, but fiieuda flour, painting, etc., for the years of Sharp inatated on a reappolutment 1907 and 1908, or ao much thereof oe for their candidate. may be necessary, necessary, $2,K0A, For rebuilding the boiler houae lflaa Elisabeth Qualtrough, principal chimney, or so murh thereof as may of tha Oqulrrh achool of Salt Lake be necessary, 11.500. For the Installation of the Webster Clip, will lecture before the Weber county teacher Saturday, March 33, system of heating, stackers, and for at 11 o'clock a m. In the Ogden high necessary changes and Improvements nrhoul on tha subject of Heading." In the heating plant, or so much thereMlaa Qualtrough la a recognised au- of as may b necessary, 15,000. For the purchase and erection of thority throughout the tate on reading two fire escapes, or so murh thereuf and literature. as may be necessary, 2,M0. For the erection of new entrances T raffle ha been resumed between Ogden and Reno, Train arrive sev- and toilets with plumbing and aewer eral hours late, but, barring the un- connection, oa an much thereof as may 111 be able to make be necessary, 3.0fl). foreseen, tbep For circulating library, 500. their schedules In a few day. The washout near Keao hae been repaired and the track in again In eonditkm. Several belated passenger train, that CRARO TWO STEP CCRTEST were held at Reno while the damage to the road was being repaired, arrived Ogden Skaters Will Try Conclusions at yesterday. the Auditorium Rink Local Skat-er- a Hava a Good Reputation. for aand bulbs away and your Why A full assortment of reliable and choice bulbs. Flower and vegetaThe fact that Ogden roller skaters ble seeds at Grunt's Seed Store, 33 are considered by many who era In a 34th at Buy early while the assort-men- t position to kuow to be the beat In the la complete. atate, taking them as an average, has CRUM-General Manager Mill 8. Don Maguire, the veteran .dining O Mara to start a grand prise two-ste- p man of thin dtp, has returned from a contest, which will be contested two months' trip to Eastern point locally Aral and then ihc best e. The Eastern stockholder in the Sierra letted for a deciding contest with Salt Madre mining district are grestlp lake ekatera. pleased with the excellent showing Commencing Monday night next, the made under Mr. Maguire' managefirst qualifying contest will be brl.1 at ment. the Auditorium. All skaters are eligible to enter. Two couples will ht from (he number contesting as Brigadier and Mrs. pydtblea. accompanied bp Major and Mrs. Harris, will having quallfled for the flusl context, arrive In Ogden Thursday morning and which will be held on Saturday, March will conduct n special meeting at the 30. Thus ton couples win compete. Army hall Thursday evening. Krlgs-dle- r The coup'e dec lared the best by the who baa his hendqiiar-uPebbles, Judges will recrlic a gold medal rach: In Chicago, la In charge, and baa the second beat will receive a gold oversight of all the aortal and relief medal each: the third couple wi'l also operations of the Salvation army receive a prlxe of value. Of the ten couples engaging in the throughout the Western states. contest, live couples will be selected Tha stockholders or the old Weher to try conclusions with a like number County Fair Association will do well from Salt Ijiko City. One cf the to rend a notice In another column. events will be hcl.l here, one in Salt Look it up at once. laike and the third and final v:ll be held at no of the I wo places, the sex The funeral of Ernest E. Stevens. lection to be made by a flip o the Jr., we held at the Second ward coin. meeting hous at 2 p. m. yesterday. Bishop Robert McQuarry presiding. Music was furnished by the ward DE LECH'S DEPARTURE choir and Mra. Mary Farley, thi latter rendering the solo "Good Night" In pleasing voice. The speakers were Friend of the I. W. W. Will Enter Into the Goldfield Fight. John G. Ellis, John McQuarry, T'atrl-ar- t George W. Larkin and Robert McQuarry. There wa. a On account of the strain! relalarge attendance of relatives and friends. tions between the laboring f notions in Goldfield, it Is expected that the The funeral of Paul Wesley rimjth appearance in the mining camp of was held from Richey's parlors Mon- Daniel DeLeon. Socialist and friend day afternoon at 3 oclock. In of the 1. IV. TV., will be tht rignat in Ogden City cemetery. The service for demonstration. Ie,eoi!. who ware conducted by the Rev. David W. Ik at a prevent In Ogden, was scheduled Cr f Firet Methodist Eulsco-pa- l to take the flve o'clock train lor ihe church, the music being provided mining town yesterday, where he will by a quartet from the choir under deliver an address. the direction of Mrs. M. Mark. The Asked to outline his scheme of acfloral decorations were very flue, be- tion, Mr. Del ,wn stated that he had tokens of esteem from warming no definite plana, but that he would hearted friends. Mr. and Mrs. Foster, speak in Goldfleld in support of the the latter a sinter of the deceased, action of the Industrial Workers, who from Hammerer, Wyo., were present, have tied up development work In sad a goodly nnmber of neighbors every mine near the afflicted city. were in attendance. The feeling between the Federation of Labor and the I. W. W. Is anything hut friendly at the present time, so EASTER SALE that the arrival of DeLeon In Nevada is awaited with Interest. The ladles of the Episcopal cl The trouble, which began In Goldyul bold an Easter sale of c field. threatens to embrace all the fnod. fancy articles and apron ramps In Nevada where unlnii men Saturday afternoon. Marrh 23. a are employed by mine owner. It ww I George A. Lowe building, 1 spreading rapidly and has already j IgkUib avenue. causeu a clash in Touupah. cb r BREVITIES ra Itn. s, -- adt n Bl-h- PATROLLING THE RAGING STREAM. Has Already Baen Dona. People Along the River Are Fenced t Leave HomcA BuildingA That Ml 11 you save adieu You know people FLIGHT TORRENT FIGHTS FOR SCHOOL. JOSEPH AID AT REFORM The Price SPECIALS RAGING A GIRLS COTTAGE SPEAKER RIYERIBUTTERFLY OGDEN fear inches of being ns blgh. Considerable damage baa been done, and should rain continue to pour as it did for a while last night, the flood of a few weeks ago would be edlpa-d- . Keaideuta in that tec lion of the city below the Washington avenue bridge were on Anxious street for n while last night, and many of them moved household goads to a place of safety. Watchm newith lanterns are patrolling the stn-aand will render eveiy possible to those in need of the same. From Huntsville comes the report that practically all tha snow la gone In the village. During the past two days a Chinook has been blowing which has caused nearly all the enow to disappear In the foothills and on the mountain. Rain started In Tuesall day evening and continued through the night. North Fork and Middle Fork have swollen greatly and are way over their banka The North Fork is higher now than It has been this year, and is doing great damage to the fields In the lowlands. Is Ogden Canyon. It Is reported that Wheeler Creek, which empties Into the river at the dam, is a raging tor- rent, and has almost completely destroyed the road In that canyon. At tha power dam. the boards of the flume have been washed away and the road between the daifi aud the Oskt has been damaged. Tbe washing out of the flume at the dam gives tbe situation a very serious aspect. With the warer working at the base of the dam It may undermine the dam. "High as before and still raising," Is the report received from tbe Oaks. At this popular resort the water has filled the cellar la tha buffet and has washed out the grove. All the rock walls In the river, placed there by tha Bamberger company, and which withstood the former blgh water, have di appeared In the present flood. The 8anltarluiu has thua far escaped with slight damage to Its property, but the ground south of tba building, which was filled In by the company, la disappearing by the tona. Ia the Glasgow and Riverside additions many families ware compelled to leave their homes, during the night nnd seek shelter with friends In cither parts of the city. There were several Instances reported where the water flooded the ground floors of tbe residences and tho people made hasty flights. At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon a report was received from the Oaks to the effect that the river had n (lx Inches since 10 o'clock and was still rising. Grave fears are entertained that the damage to property In tha canyon and In the northern part of the city will greatly exeaed that of the former high water. At the Washington avsnuo bridge, tbe water raised between three and four inches between tba hours of 10 and 2. Considerable anxiety was manifest In during the day by the reeldi-nthe vicinity of the river, In the city, over the reported condition of the dam in the canyon. The telephone message to this paper, the power plant ri-e- and other places were numerous. The only aasurtnea that could be given was that If there are no rains in the mountain and valley, within the next twelve hours, there would be no danger uf tbe dam going out The proeent high water with Its .great force and turlmlency, should be received as a warning by the Vtah Light A Railway company to take stop to strengthen the dam. WHAT "ir MEANS It Means Thera Will Be a Good Tima at tha High School Friday Night For the past three weeks the significance of the above date baa forced upon us by clever and artistic advertlHtng. We would lie slow indeed not. to realize that the program for I lie evening being pushed with much spirit and enthusiasm. I'niter the direction of Coaches niakesle.- - and Mouck plans for the affair hare been made aud developed. The Athletic association Is strictly a student organization, ihc mem tiers of the faculty lending only an encour1 aging presence. The athletic feats mentioned cn the following program will certainly excel any exhibit nf the kind In the of the achool, and yet we do not fool that we have found our llul at inns. The students with one accord have entered Into arrangement moat heartily. and every detail of the evening's performance la being cared for by able ry workers. The miHc will he fiiml-di'-by the orchestra, under the direction cr Ruse wh-sel Davenport, reputation fur a young musician in well established before the public of Ogden. Appetizing refreshments, ell homemade, will lie served by young liiilb-skilled in ihc culinary art. The faculty is in the background on this ocriudnn. The students uie However. 22" has a pleasing sound and touches a responsive hord. Friends anil patrons are cordially invited. Dunt you knew what an A hop is? Dont you know what 22" means? Meet with ns st the high school assembly Friday nisht Pud we will show you. Ask fur the card primed tn orange and black. Following Is the program: Overture1 'Forty-FivMinutes From Bread wav orchestra. Quartet "Athletic Fong. Davenport. Fouleer. Stafford. Tavry. Athletics Liass work, vaulting, pyramids, tumbling, wrestling. Wallace. Harris. Omiphell. Lrwl. tireonweil. Stafford. Craig. String quartet "Traiiuierei Daren nun. Zicnu-r- . Mnwery. Mis- - ( uey. Bicycle lace Orange v Hle k. Inicrniissi m. Diiutea. fir-war- e Din-ntor- e. niGn COST, EXCLUSIVE MILLINERS CIIARGn MOST WHAT THEY I'LEASE TOR AL- record-breakin- ke record-breakin- g Ladiei and Childrens Trimmed Hats. Perhaps r,u dont know that hats quite as good in matt rial and much belter styled are made by ug and sul.j at some-time- s popular prices, $3.00, $3.50, $ 1.00, $3.00 and up. They not only look as good as the high-cos- t kind, but they are as good. Practically the only difference is in the price. We have a large tine of E&fcter Hates and invite a com-Inri$o- n GRIXS 358 STREET TWENTY-fIFT- H and railroad systems are denioralnei No live are reported lost. Communication with the kurrjundiiic Stocktan, Calif., March 20. Stock-to- n country Is cut off, but It U believed I suffering from the most disaslevees have been washed a trous flood in It history. Ifcsier is many place. The entire surrouadiuit, standing on tha streets in depths country, aa far a the eye can retch ranging from on to ilx feet. Tele- la covered by water. Damage w'u b phone, gaa, electric power, street car immense. STOCKTON INUNDATED. " y, FRYER Makes the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc. THEATERS You Wil Need For That Party PHONE - MARCH 25th WILL BE THE LA FT DAY WE CAX TAKE GILDERS FOB EASTER DELIVERY 1 iV-.-- 1 Suits to Order $18 and up srtn-nath- ORDER TODAY IT WONT ALWAYS RAIS OK SNOW. things. "OLD ARKAN8AW." The above play will be with us Saturday matinee and Light. Marrh 23, and for the benefit of those who have n.-- r had the pleasure of witnessing a production of th's gn-a- t comedy, wriiten with the of nil classes of people, wc will give a brief description: tlld Arkan-zai.s tumid a melodramatic com well-know- n t ORE CAR MEN STRIKE. Butte, Mont., March 24. The men employed on the ora cars hauling from the Clark mines to the Butte reduction works were called out late yesterday. and the tie-u- p of the local street car system Is complete. The Clark mines will not be shut down, however, as ome of the ore niil be hauled hy teams and the remainder shipped elsewhere for smelting. EDMUND 345 TAILORING Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.