OODEX, TTATl. EXAMIXEE, THE MOItXTNG 8 SATFEDAT, MARCH ROUSING MEETING HELD DAMAGES AT THE WEBER CLUB bus-iuei- DLERS IN FAST GAME. William Glasmaan acted aa chairman and I. 0. Reynolds as secretary of the meeting. Resolutions were presented by F. J. Klesel pledging business men to pay one dollar per month towards buying medals for the guardsmen: uecouu, to pay employes In their service who join the National Guard five per cent Increase in wages, and thfid, to pay their employes full wages for fifteen days while ahsenL during the annual encampment .Every business man himself to flulOll these present promises as above stated. It was uiianlmniialy decided to call a public muss meeting at tbe armory next Tuesday night of all businessmen snd citizens of Ogden who favor giving moral support to the National Guard, und that all dt liens who wish to Join the present or a new company of the National Guard he present at that time. It now appears as tf the businessmen will also form a separate company, tn be composed of business men exclusively; If so, there will be three companies organised. The following committee was appointed to prepare a program and niuke all necessary arrangements for the big meeting Tuesday night, at t o'clock sharp, at the new armory: FTed J. Klesel, chairman: Albert Rcowcroft, Joseph T. Young, Geo. A. Graves and 1. A. Remolds. There is no age limit for member-whiin the National Guard. In the past the National Guard has not received the moral support of the business men uf Ogden, but from now on, however, every business man of Ogden will be hark of the Guard and Ogden will undoubtedly hare the best company lu the state before ilia year closea. Look out for Tuesday night next, aa there will be big doings at the new armory on Twenty-fourtaireet, Two Exceptionally High Scores Wert Mado on tho Alleys Last PEDAGOGUES pli-dge- d Light crisp, wholesome Fowl raised with Price' Baking Powder is unfermented, never sours in the stomach, and may be eaten in its most delicious state, fresh and hot, by persons of all temperaments and occupations, without fear of unplealant results. FRICK SAKINQ FOWDCK. CMCAOOl EXAMINER TELEPHONES CDITQRIAL ' ' ROOMS FALSTAFFS II ...Nt, Not, M Inddpsntfsnt 'Phone Sell 'Phono, twe rlnge p BUSINESS OFFICE Indopondont 'Phone .......Net SO Na. M Sell 'Phene, one ring MEET THE APACHES BREVITIES INDIANS NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS In mak-Icomplaints regarding the deliver; of the Examiner do so direct to circulation department, and not to carrier. Any subscriber falling to receive the Eu miner will confer a favor by calling No, 66 either phone before n, la(Signed) WALLOP BEER PED- h n Night ORGANIZED . LAMAJt NKI.SON. Circulator. Tn a bowling game replete with exceptionally good scores slid chsracier-Ixt-by great Interest, the Apaches defeated tho Falstaffs at the alleys of the Ogden Bowling Aasoelstlon lust night, with a lead- of S9 pins. The Apaches score of 261(5 was a hummer, and the Falstaffs were far from being low with 26.17. CITY TEACHERS HELD AN ENTHUThere were big doings at the alleys, SIASTIC MEETING. as eouie f the individual scores lndl-ratShanks of the Apaches and Thomas of the Falstaffs tied for high man with 558 each to their credit. O. J. Stillwell of ths High School Is Elected President ConstituWessler, with a. score of 4X6, which Ih tion Adopted. had. was low man. far from The figures below tell the story of the game: Apaches. The teachers in the public srhools of .Ogden met yesterday afternoon a) 4 o'clock at the High ochuul. adopte ', rnntitiitiin mid for tbe ilii-inf recently formed and eleried i.fficers to nerve liming the remainder cf the school iai'. Cri-H- t interest was exhibited h.v thand the meeting was iK'ilagugui-niiieL eat iiiihuimIi--. Officers of Association. The officer who will have charge of tillof the association for tlm t w t'cnihs remaining. In thiv. uchiMii yesr are representative tesrh-erin Mu' school of the city, and sre (horouclily 't sympathy with the purport.. fur wYirh the asHuclatioa was Tlielr names folios : O. .1. u'Hiii,-d- . Stills ell. High school, president; Aliss H. Beaman. I H e school, vice prisutent; Miss Caroline Knapp. Ies-l- s m treasurer: Mis. Kmiua XW. DERAILMENT AT TACOMA sell, corresponding secretary : Ml-- s Kthel Harci mbr. Madison school, reTwo Cars OR the Track Block Trafsecretary. cording fic for Hours. Execctive Committee. The consiliuMon and Two frei"!u cur w.re .Vrailcd a. proTeenimi. Nrv iist r oning. and vide for an cxeruiiTP coni in it ee, lu.t nf this liupnriiud ti.ifllc ovi-- t.ii- Suirhi'in iltcilic wax the l was deferred until later. Ear'i fur alum i lpiiirs. This school in the Ty i entitled to h a time, wlif-,ii on that commlrt.e. ;m freight is sidi'ir.ickt'ii n ery siding lsi-ii- i of the vuri.us mIioo) tmil,! Ogi.on ;m Sparks, makes it fo' ih,. lugs will cii'i-- ihdr os-ripi.sv-nt- j (lepartnii-ir- . ft VI'S. Jai-- I Nieiil h'l there wa also Another or ,.f the iiimir ilerjilnii-n- i Valley I'asu. tin- city is ca'di'il for next nu.l i his h,it! a slightly .iemorali.ing uTci. i i said liial there are 4.f.':u eviuit.g. at shich time the Harm-.- o' or the cxerutlti- - cm. the Hu nibi-r- s t of stored tnittce sill h- presented before Ogd.-and Spark and about nil tip.ial number east of heie. Th cogue.. Constitution and ha l.eriiiing cert.iinlt Kollos-inare the r met If'iijnn t.n-been handed s lemon. Ins's Of th.- Ogdeu Teachers hkm-SUES FOR INSURANCE MONEY CONSTITUTION OF THE OGDEN TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Richard Andreason Enters Suit Against Consolidated Mereur Mining Article 1 Name, Thi MS..fiat!.ni 'elmi! Company. kniwn k thi hers' Msginni & Corn, as HUomer foi 2 Object. Kichard Andrea.. n. have intend si;i The ol.u-i- i of thi it ion in fi aeainst the Alin ,!l ' ' cd jcii'.ional in Ing company fur 27.1. the amilm.t a: h Hi: 'f ' in i.i-heed to due on a certain 'ri, auritig The pwfeainnai Ii Is in ihe rumpiun f.; ik of :he tnui-.r- : second, by that Andreason. a an employe ,.f i,. the s'nn.lat.l of .:v:ip ui company, paid ih 12 per n.oniii i M'hvois: third, by bringing the 'piiiv.l as an inenrance amiin-' i,, I'ii of thp city into cbmer touch dent. He was Injured an-- i laid up ih ore another along educational months, but ihe ci.ii.pn:; vefus. ind Del'll line. tn pay ib1.5'i fo, Article 3 Membership. thus dlsalil-- il in; : i.;,. -- jpn. nv cngag.'il in the Ogh-.'ilease. w'liii-- I., r.'.i-- e i I 'iidii sell. ml- - t e'.iglliie to churter d Harry CL True, who has been employed for eome monlho part aa requisition clerk in the office of Resident Knglueer FilsgeraM at the Sunlharn FRIDAY I seine, has accepted a better paying position as transportation and recor clerk In the office of Manson of the Salt Lake division nf the Southern Pacific. Fred Btuth. remembered aa one of the Ixjbxter burcli f ball players, who has held the latter position down for same tliue, la now n timekeeper in the same office. Parties haring claims, hills or against the Fair association are requested to have them filed with the secretary at the Standard office at once. e. r Dr. D. P. Ray of Malad, Idaho, mu'. Ms brother, Edward Ray, agent of I ho Oregon Short 1.1m- - at ivwey, I'inli, were Ogden visitors lust night. Why send away for your bulbs and needs? A full assortment of reliable end choice bulbs. Flower snd vegetable seeds at Grout's Seed Store. 352 24th st. Pny early while the assortment la complete. Mrs, Thomas Floser and (lireidaughters, who have lron visiiiiu with the family of J. R. Korren, Adams a oiuii-- . for the pant lea inontliH, left last evening for Uu-i, - home at Colo. Fiagni-r- TL funeral of William nrd bus hem set for M"ndav. April j. at p. in., at lhe North Og.icn Iou-p- . Interment will In- in Nwrili tigden. 1 - Wanted few mote lures of ih n Hydro Carbon Light an-- Healing company stock. Addnss 11, Standard Office Ogd-- - s e .lost-phln- c s , eeh-ctlci- entr.-inltt.-- e hliK-ki-- I'- - t BIC CONTEST SET Tim TONICHT Ten Couples Will Skate for - Honors. Tileh-das- decision will be eivrn ion ant the Auditorium rink a- - to Mo, a, 'r.o bell roller ukale iw .!; city. Ten ciiiint ipu!ifi-.. lug the werk and j Mori si!- flu fur in - a - p:ii-- ; i, K )(,n fn:'.'Wi:,K ;,.tlr vi, . ih- cou-p,c- will be out :n p c- and thi-rwill bo plenty of excitement to keep the Cantesianis ten-a- , up in on. Ful lowing are the proper In couples. Addition to thoe who will contest tonight: Eva Turner and A. Harrison Lindsay. Glen Lsshua ni.d Denman. Bertha Jarvis and Cranston, Violent Kuhn sin" rbarles Clark. Norms Ulrich and AUen- A1 Raleigh and liar-olRicharfis. Clarence Suiter ur.d K fbrr and Hoy Mead aud Hau l Strw - trt, r s in-igb- - i a - rnNie-l-n-shi- declared In ibe - li.ning qmllfled: Sielia Canmi- - .1. c,ir;, ai-,e- . Lawrence Farr a:;J It. Y. Thc friends of :ii, contesting s a Tm-nd.- , A test royal between honor. In test last night liie ; n.-s- Two-Ste- . T'-n- (Vns-.ilidutc- r I'i Rll.-gc- insti-uriio- ix -- i n TO DON'T FORGET TO REMEMBER TRANSIT that we are showing an especially choice and compine ANOTHER SUIT IS FILED AGAINST UNION PACIFIC. line of Lindaay Bitten Company Claims That Btvasp Shipped by Them Ware Mistreated. membership in this aasociatftm. and hereafter all teacheis in the Ogdeu Following closely on the damage public schools s ho have proved their case recently decided In the district clfiuieucy may becon. members up'jn signing this const ltuun and paying court, wherein a shipper was awarded to the treasurer tbe annual fee of 5J damages against the Union Pacific for shrinkage of sheep In tran-dt- , Magin tents. nis Sl Corn, attorneys for the Lindsay Article 4 Honorary Membership, d The city superintendent of schools Biilou Livestock company, have suit against the Oregon Sboit aud the principals may become member of this association upon signing Line aud Union Pacific Railroad comtais constitution and aylug to the panies for allegod damages to sheep treasurer the annual fee of 5U cents, Ln transit over the liuea of the companies mentioned, aggregating but -- hall be ineligible for office lu tho $3.57.79. association. In is It the complaint that alleged Article 5 Officers. on the 13th of September, 1906. the The officers of this association shall 1U t ton Livestock Lindkay company consist of a president, a vice presi7,322 sheep out of Ogden chipped dent. a recording secretary, a bound for Omaha over the Oregon secretary aud a treasurer, Short Line to Green River, add from memall of whom shall be over thence to Union Pabers of the executive committee. Tbe cific. AfterOmaha beentheon the real executive committee shall consist, la for thirty-eigh- t haring hours without food or tbe aggregate, of a number equal to were the number of school In the city, one water, the sheepand laterunloadedwere Wyo.. they member being chosen by the uacher forty-fou- r hours between Green River of each building not represented by and North Platt without proper at an officer. Should any vacauoy oc- tentlon. of being kept on cur in any office of the association, the cars Asso a resultwithout fred and long the same may be filled by the executwenty-fiv- e number dlel the of water, tive committee. r.nd a shrinkage In weight of five Article Elections. pounds eseu Is claimed. Thfe aggreThe president, vice president, re- gate damages are fixed at $2,597.79 cording secretary, corresponding sec- for which plaintiff aks judgment. retary and treaaurer shall bo elected annually by ballot at the first regular meeting of the school year, provided the first election occurs at the meeting held March 29, 9"7. The other members of ths executive committee shall be elected the following day. Al! of fleers shall continue in office until their successors jtre duly elected snd A majority of all votes cast nusllfled. shall constitute an elect Ion. Article 7 Duties of Officers. Section 1 The president shall preside over all meetings of the aasocla-tiiand shall perform such other due ties as usually devolve upon a presid L. L. NUNN IS GRANTED APPLICAing officer. Section 2 The rice president shall, TION BY GOVERNMENT. In case of the absence or inability of tbe president, presid at all meetings aud perform all the duties pertaining Will Use Waters of Baqr Lake and to the office uf president. Mud Lake for Power Section 3 The recording secretary Purposes. a hall keep a record of the proceedings of all meetings of the association and shall serve as secretary uf the executive cominlLtee. L. L. Nunn, general manager of the Section 4 -- The corresponding secre- Telluride Power Transmission comtary shall notify all officers of their pany, whose wires run along the base lection, committees of their appoint of the mountains east of this city, carbieuts, notify the members of the ex- rying current to Salt Lake City and ecutive committee of all meetings Ogden, hai been the right to called by the president, aud conduct use the waters of granted Bear and Mud lakes, with the north of Ogden, for irrigation purall correspondence connected association. poses. colSection 6 The treasurer shall The granting of the application Is lect all moneys of the association and n he victory fog Mr. Nunn, shall pay out the same only on orders hassigns! been after the lakes for a of the president, countersigned by the time. The matter has been heldlong up recording secretary; shall keep a faith, for a Jong time because Mr. Nunn's ful account of all received aud were believed to Interfere with aud report same to the asso- plans the government project for utilization ciation at the first regular meeting of of waters In Bear lake in its inthe school yesr and to the executive landthereclamation projects. In the deso. to when do committee requested cision reached thp government today commutes 6 Section The executive out of the way temporashall arrange for all meetings, provide agrees toit get rily, but will retain tbe right to proappropriate programs, appoint all sub-- , ceed with its own work If Mr. Nunn committees and attend to all other should fall to keep his engagement. matters not herein provided for. Bear lake Is claimed to be the largest Article Meetings. The regular meetlnga of this aswv natural re senior suitable for lrrlgar .iatb.n ahail be held at 4 p. m. on1 lion purposes In the world. . the first Tuesday of each calendar month during thp school year at the RAILWAY MAIL CLERK High school. Special, meetings shall he held at the call of the president .r upon request of two or more mern-lier- s Dismissal of Shaug Was for Insubor-dlnatioof the association. Article 9 Quorum. The San Francisco Chronicle says Twenty-fiv- e of the members of the iissoclatlon shall constitute a quorum. of Hugh G. Shaug' removal: Word was received from WashingArtlcla 10 Amendments. s A vote of nil member of ton that the Second Assistant tlie association shall be necessary to baa ordered the dismissal from the service of Hugh G. amend this constitution. Baugh, the Lot Angeles postal clerk, who recently organised the Brotherhood of Railway Postal Clerks, and Article 1. who Is said to have made arrangeThe annual ihit-- shall he 60 cents, ments to lobby through Congress n payable on or before the second regu- bill providing for Increased salaries. lar meeting of the school year. Shaug was charged with encouraging Article 2. discontent and insubordination among Roberts' Rub's nf Order shall be thr the clerks, and with violating the orstandard or authority governing the ders of the President and the departproceedings of the association. ment in raising a fund to Influence Article 3. Congress. He was suspended two at These he amended may weeks ago. Hla removal has followed by s majority promptly upon receipt of his reply to nny regular vote of all nii'iiibecv of the the communication of tbe department, in which he was given Bn opportunity to defend himself. It is understood that other removals will follow that of WANTED AT KUHNS Shaug for similar reasons. Suiierintendent A. H. Stephens of YOUNG MIA and YOUNG the railway null service of the Pacific ' CASH as UI.KHKS also Coast said: HOYS. Apply betw, rn 10 and 12 a. m. I have been notified of Shaug's re-today. nioval, but I have nothing to say. It would lie Improper for me to iliHcnss CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS the Intention of the department.. The action In the Shaug ease indicates that Civil sirvlee examinations will be the department will not tolerate the brotherhood, but, an I have stated, 1 hi e.l in Si.Ii Ijik, prll 17 for tbe po- cannot talk on the subject." ut ion of farm superintendent, with thI'tire.in of plain industry, department I asrirnl-tirTh. position pays a salYOUNj lady passes away ary of fiiiiii t f.'.itno. Examinations f..r t! e fi, is it inn nt apprentice drafts-ii.iwill be Miss 8adie Cook Succumbs at Hospital Vpril 24. This poai 'inn is vv'n the ordnance bureau of tc Tuberculosis of Stomach, tho war deiHirinu'i;'. and pay a salary of flu to S'ln a month. Exsmlnatkins Miss Sadie Cook. 18 years of age. r tbe position of linotype machinist daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed war-I'MMuii printing office will Cook, succumbed to an attack of tul e held. berculosis of the stomach at the OgThl pays 58 den General hospital about 6::iU an hour. oclock last night, after having excruciating pains for th past AUDITORIUM three weekh. The dereaxpd was born st Kanev Will lie c;s'ii Saturday afternoon vIHo. Weber county, in 1S9. t and evening of 'hi week for the last livid in Ogdeu most of her life, and was well and favorably known here. time ftr s period of two weelvs.' Fur a year she lived at Spokan, Mash., an, I soon after returning to JUVtN'LE COURT Ogden, which was about three months ago. he whs taken so violently ill The new jiivi-nilcourt commission, that It was necessary to take her io tincomposed of Governor Cutler, Atlor-l.i-three hospital. For the pa-- t wpcUi. and more her sufferings had Gireml Hri'eib-- and State of Kck'.iois Nelson, will hul l been terrible. i:s fit st nti'i-iin.Mleii ('.ink was a clever vocalist, in the governors ofiice lor thet.idy p.irpoee of orgaui?-ing- . and made- many friends, who will I," The of securing court hear of her sad demise. The room, statifiiery. blanks and furni- body was taken to Larkin's undertak-in- g ture for the coiirts will no doubt hr parlor and will bo prepared for considered also at the meeting. It burM. nor thought, however, that ih" con: mission will take any action ini thWANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS appointment or a judge of any ,.f ihe i mrts WANT ADS EASTER MATS FLOWERS, PLUMES, WINGS, QUILLS, Eiv. Our new Spring stock of shirt waists and muslin under. wear is here. We guarantee our prices to be rijilit, aud our styles the very latest. Come and see us. corre-pondin- g ing. The best food to start the day with 1907. SHEEP IN Large Rooms Are Gowded With Business Men Who Rally to the Support of the National Guard of Utah. The Weber club was filled with nieu last eienicg. The cause of lhi big meeting was the direct result f an apjxyl of the governor of Utah through his aiaff to the people uf Ogden to furnish Ogden's share ef the Ngriunal (Tuard. Ceucral Wedgcwuud, I'ulonel Plummer and Judge Advocate lienerai Irwin of the governoru guff were present and In eloquent words showed the uecessiiy of the National Guard and the reason why Utah and Ogden should furnish their proper quota of guardsmen. Every businessman present pledged hearty support fur the organisation of a new company and fllliug of the present company. it was a most enthusiastic meeting, ud many of the business men expressed a willingness to Join the National Guard. In fast several present enrolled ihelr names at the close of the meet- SO, A WARDE WATER D ' GRIXS 358 25th St. PLUM n. two-third- Sec That Fit ? A saw is a good thing, but not to shave with'. Also r clothing is a good thing, but not on the ready-to-wea- s tr.i'i-tin- man. If 'your clothes don't 'it in a nutshell. - Garments will only fit when they are cut, fashioned and tailored over your form. You can't buy n l clothing t- - and get fit. Tliats common sense. , ; - jm-iii- suf-irre- il Why then spend money fr clothing not made for you, when for the same amonnt we will make a study of your build and then make you a suit your suit. bnt-h.i- v fit not you perfectly they will hold shape, and if they don't hold shape they wont wear. That's the whole argument LA-!IE- b 1 -- - Super-Itnenilo- ' t- 1 - YIELD BIG RESULTS EDMUND 345 TAILORING Twenty-fourt- h SL CO. .