r OGDEN, UTAH. THE MOBN1NQ EXAMIM2B, yootorday afternoon which waned hl to ezhiMt marked pngtllette ability. Ho Intended to dean out the Pacific hotel at the depot hut waa arrestedc by Officer Tom Burko aad hie pugllla-tiaspirations were ever. ALL THE LATEST Fred Harrington, rancher and sheepman. la la the city from Lucia, making preparation! for the epring shearing of sheep. i Song Hits NOTES DRIVING SCHOOLS A1AN SHEEP BIKE THIEF WANTED TO BELL WHEEL TO DETECTIVE PENDER FORMULATED BY SHEEP MEN AND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Sleuth Gathers Bart Mahlan into the Feld Telle Him a Fairy Tale- - Important Meeting was Held Yesterday Afternoon at the County Court House. Received g. Company n braa-woo- $G,-00- 0. h Kurlzmann Pianos d later-scholasti- c h vto-lin- e mlght-havediee- s. ' BREVITIES mir-goo- csp-dal- YS 7 FITTING Of S. LEWIS & GLASSES Wb Are Prepared THE WRONG After a three-day- s vacation. Boost Fsacy strawberry pieplant, lb., 2 of which was la spent cleaning door et ranch eggs cent a Strictly freei and beautifying their home, the the Smith Grocery, iith and Washing- yard W school children of the city ton. for regular work Tuesday mon-lnMost of them had splendid reof Thomas Arthur L. Postmaster to make on the number of seed ports was la Ogden yester- planted and general denning done Salt Laks City day afternoon on a abort visit with around their homee la observation of prior to leaving for Nevada Arbor day. Ia tho Mount Ford die (Vn In and Hear Them friends where he is Interested in mining proptrict. which flower culture la made a erty. specialty, particular attention was paid " to proper oMervaaoes of the day. The The formal opening of the Ogden Great school reported having practiInCanyon Sanitarium will take place cally as many gardens started as thera Chamberlain-Thom- as lay. The improvements will be well are families represented la the school. under way by the time summer arThe Eighth grade students of tha rives. Music Washington school gave a musical program Friday afternoon, consisting of Robert Gene Carr, plsao elections, solos and recitations. Mrs. Kershaw of the Washington son of Robert and Betha Cox Carr, died of ennvulslone at the residence on waa absent last week oa account of East Twelfth street. Saturday night at the death of a brother. Misses Mid6: SO oclock. The funeral will be held dleton and Keeler noted substitutes. at .S o'clock Tuesday afternoon, front Friday afternoon the Sixth grade the resilience, interment In the City students of the Manat-For- d surprised . their teachsr, Miaa Hansen, rendering cemetery. a short program and serving e dainty The Ogden Furniture Co. are show- luncheon In her honor. Miss Beaman of the Dee, who waa ing in their window the largest and oak table ever operated on for appendicitis not a loug handsomest solid brought to the town. It was ordered tlnis ago. Is practically recovered and last Tuesday. especially for one of their customers. resumed her work Mia Mlsa Scott and Gibson, both the Dee were absent last week on J. 8. Daniels, the Southern Pacific of account, of deaths in their respective brakeman who was Injured at Wells, famllie a fall from Nevada, last August by a Mr Howard of tha Dee ia again box car uhlch fractured his left ana 111 and unable to attend school. very conand leg has opened a grocery and of tha Lewis The fectionary more just north of the whoo, kindergartens under the supervision of their Grand Opera House at 3510 Waahlng-toteachers have been doing some Arbor avenue. Mif l made to stand aervlc sod day work themselves and have planted some half dosep beds of flowers and rough handling. Bodies of tough In the matter of the estate of Wil- vegetable seeds, all of which are comwith sarrow aim slats to kad liam Hurray, deceased, Judge Howell ing up nicely and are sssidlously thoir ad dad strength. has entered an order Increasing the watched and cared for by the youthHEAVY STRAP HINGES bond of the administrator from 1100 ful gardener Sna looks, eitra straps and riveted to 18.500, and In the estate of J. H. and All grade corner siaes, stylet High School. Winslow, deceased, the admlnistator'a The aenlor classes win give a dancto from been $100 raised bond has TRUNKS REPAIRED. ing party at the Armory, April S6th. The rooms will be decorated with Gallacher Trank Factory i school penants and .flag This will If yon ere Rnlng to moye see Malan, be the first time the Armory has been OPERA HOUSE SLOCK. transfer vans. Leave orders for coal. opened to the public In ibis way, aad 408 Twenty-fiftst. Slades Phones. every effort will be expended to make It a most pleasant event. All lovers Informations wers filed yesterday In of the dance are invited, and an enjoythe district court by District Attorney able evening Is assured to all. The George Halverson against the follow- music will be furnished by the school Tho eholes of orchestra who have gained quite a ing: John I Carson, forgery; Brown, 'assault with n deadly weapon, reputation for their playing. As the Alumni association will probably not and David A. Gardiner, forgery. give any morn dances before comJames Griffin, an old Southern Pa- mencement, this one will be especially cific road master, now retired on n pen appreciated by all lovers of the dance. Miss Sadie Erickson entered school slon, is In Ogden from Reno, Nevada, Tuesday for review work la the comshaking hands with old friend mercial department. Monday afternoon a number of the Auditorium opened last night Holclasses celebrated the day In parties In lar Skating dally (Sundays Included) mountain the and foot hills, being In Morning, afternoon and evening. some instances accompanied by their Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kubler have re- teacher An Invitation was receive J from the turned to Casper. 8. D. Mrs. Kubler waa formerly bliss Emily Pender, athletic association of the Northwestern for our track team to daughter of Detective James Pender take university meet part In the The fire department was ealled out to tak pises on the 10th of May, but Thoir owners fool proud of them. about 13:30 o'clock, this morning to owing to the distance and time It Magnificent la quality, yet wonder boa 41 at th chrner of Jackabn and would he necessary to consume, it Is fully reaaonable In price. Terms I Twenty-fourtstreet It developed impossible for the team to accept the If d eel red. that It was a fhlsa alarm and the long Invitation. Arbor day the students of the pubrun was for naught J. M. PANTONE, State Agent lic schools planted some St pounds of 1 aleo handle a flat line of Lou Taylor made the rlalm last sweat pease, 67 of nasturtiums aad 37 and other morning glories, besides a great night that taro men bad attempted to of number of other Itower aeeda. The corner hold him of the Jackson at up MUSICAL MERCHANDISE The patrol wagon high school alone planted over 3(10 and Twenty-fifth- . 414 SGth Bt Phone 1038 K. with several officer went to the scene trees besides a goodly number of shrubs snfi flowering plants, showing n holdof the reported not confined to the lower up hut no trace nf suspicious charac- grounds is ters was found. The police rather dis- that the love of beautiful flowers and EXAMINER TELEPHONES credit Taylor's story, not that be waa grade Weber Stake Academy. frightened, but that the men who IIDITONlAt ROOMS. . Arbor day was appropriately observhim were hold-upN M frightened Independent Phone ed by the academy students, and as a SoN Phene, twe rings No. M result the parking Is now completed BUSINESS OFFICE CANVASS OFJECRET BALLOT In front of the two buildings and both Na M Independent Phene lots are ready for the new lawn. The Bell Phone, one ring NA. M students displayed much Interest In Vqfie of Rle Grande Man on Question this work and performed It with a wtU of Increased Ray Will Soon Be ; The girls, not to be outdone, prepared i Known, refreshment and served them during .George King and J. H. SI mister, a the afternoon. The final arrangements for the apcommittee of the Order of Rallwsy Conductors, left last evening for Den- proaching exercises were completed ver with the secret ballot cast by the at the faculty meeting held Friday One of the largest and Individual members of the Order of afternoon. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS In makBrotherstrongest classes ever graduated from the Conductors and Railway ing complaints regarding the hood of Railway Trainmen on the the academy will finish their work this of the Examiner do ao direct delivery to cirwagea and de- year. The exeerfoes will be held la the culation department, and not to car- proposition of IncreasedThe conductors new assembly hall, which fact la itself working day1. rion. Any subscriber failing ta re- creased rent in will add much to their sucres ceive tho Examiner will confer a favor ask for an Increase of 10 per and reduction la the working Arrangements have been made for by calling Na S6 either phone before wages day from 12 to 10 hours. At a meet- Dr. Bel of Colorado to give two eduam. ing of the general officers of the Den- cational lectures tome time during LAMAR NELSON, (Signed) ver A Rio Grande road and the com- May. the dates to be announced later. Circulator. mittee of the men these ballots will he It will be remembered that Dr. Bell la granted was la attendance at the recent teachTheodore A. Matthews, an empjnve opened . Ifbe the advance for pas- ers' convention held here and addressmonth will $10 per there of the Southern Pacific has re- senger conductors and $0.60 for brake-men- . ed a large audience in the opera house shop, turned to Ms work as car repairer with a proportionate Increase for for a short time. Although his talk after a five weeks 'Ulnera. brake-men- . was brief, It wan sufficient to impress freight conductors and freight all with his prowess along thc-.- e lines. Dr. Johanan, physician and During the week the academy was specialist Rye. Ear. Nose, visited by President Bhurtltff and Throat and Skin diseases. He also 1RWIH PAB00HE0 C. . President Middleton, besides several &1 tmta other trouble other visitor appoint went. Office over Clark'sbystore. Sacred Heart Academy, Ogden Man, Convlctsd of Statutory Crime, Savee Citizenship. During the week the third seniors Angus T. Wright. .Tames PIngree, J. had their final examination in natural W. Abbott, Joseph Scowcroft and O. C. E. Irwin, convicted In Ogden and philosophy ud American history. Miss B Gilson went to Croyden aentenced on October 2C. 1906, to vtRht Jennie Tarter. who has been connectafternoon no the Park City yesterday local for months in atalea prison for st a tutor ed with the school some nine years the purpose of inspecting the works crime, waa pardoned yesterday by the will complete her course this year sad of the Union Portland Cement comstate board of pardons. The readers graduate In June. It an happen that pany at the new town of Portland. of this paper will recall the fact that Mlsa Tarter will he the only a Southern Pacific brakeman. from the academy this vear. graduate although tee Malan Transfer Co. for storage Irwin, with a young girl at a class of thirteen will finish Intimate was next of 11 kinds. Our specialty Is moving Brigham City, and that while he wa year. pianos, furniture and office fixtures. a out state the of criminal operaaway In appreciation of his general rout tion waa performed which resulted In tesy and klndnecn to the traveling pubon had a Joseph Ryan fighting Jag her death. ty lic. and to the students and sisters of the academy, the school recently presented Mr. Hlnchllff, the retired depot policeman, with some verses written hy the student appreciaIf they need a change of glasses, you know it, tive or his Kervicea and Illustrated with symbolic sketches of trucks, vaand to put It off only resulta in trouble. lises. ec. The remembrance was presented fo him by Father Cjshnahan and Father Ryan. Is a special feature hce aad we examine . i FAIRBANKS FOR PRESIDENT. eyes FREE OF CHARGE. LafaycMe.Ind.. April 20. At a meeting last night of the Republican ediCOoy Opticians tors or the tenth Indiana congraasloa-a- l resolutions were adopted AT THE BIG CLOCK WASHINGTON AVKNl'K. unanimously endorsing Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks for the Republican presidential nomination. HOW ABOUT YOUR 13WT THE CITY The Ogdes Buekhora Mining comtbs pany has filed application withLobe ARBOR DAY OBSERVED THROUGH- la Salt gtate surveyor-generOUT TVlE COUNTY. Cite far eight seoand feet of water, diverted from the creek ta Coldwater canyon. The power will be used for the purpose of developing power for School Grounds Were Greatly Imprev-a- d electric lighting and propelling the by Troaa Planted by machinery of the eompauy'e pwenied Students. and Silver Chief, mining claim, the for other purposes. TRUNK AfKIL II RDLES FOR FROM APPROACHED Just EVERY bCMJAY, 01 Mea who have spent tb .greater, Yesterday afternoon the board To supply your wants in Millinery, Shirt Waists, Muiia Underwear, Giyize Vesta, Ints, Union Suits, Long and Short Gloves lloriery, Kimonas, Wrappers, eie., ejc of in running ta earth county coumlaaionera met with the violator of the law have many ex- sheep men la regard to driving sheep periences during qt course of their through the canyon. Besides the thief catching career, some of which three eommiskioner there were presare pleasant, some decidedly unplea- ent Angna McKay, Charles Zetmer, sant and others humorous la the ex- John Spiers, Sylvester Grow, Joseph 8. treme. Detective Pender had an ex- Peery and G. G. McFarland. After considerable discussion Joseph perience yesterday afternoon of the part, of their lives latter kind la whirh a bicycle thief tried to sell to him a stolen wheel 11 for hla and landed la the city pains. It waa Just case of mistaken judgment thats all. The would-b- e aaleemaa evidently knew a Rambler from a Cleveland, but he didn't know a detective In plain clothes from an ordinary dtliea. Detective Fender has earned the reputation on the local police force of being able to tell a stury which suits hla purpose, whether It be true or not, with tho utmost aaag frold. Now, ordinarily, truth la a good thing to adhere to closely, but If all officers were to cling to it many thieves would go unconvtcted. In breaking down a prisoner and getting him twi.ted causing him to deviate from the made up narrative of his story it In necea-sarto retort to expedients of vnrions kind Long experience w'th ernuks has caused Detective Pender to master the expression of his fare and bo la thus able to aaaume the look that la' childlike and bland described by Bret Hsrte In one of hla storie When a strange man, with an engaging smile, leading a new Rambler a heel, approached him on Twenty-fiftstreet, the look referred to above reposed oa hla countenance. I'm up against it pretty hard, partner, and Id Ilka to sell this bike," said the unknown, the smile by this time changing to a woe begone look. as Well, my man,, you appear thongh yu had ant met with the best of treatment, a&ld the sleuth, in a tone as soft and sympathetic as the careeaa of a woman's hand. No, I haven't, that's true. Ton tee, partner, I am dead broke and I got to have something to eat. You do not live here. Where did you come from? Interrogated the de-y OUR MOTTO Good Goods Cheap Not Cheap Goods" 8. Peery, representing the sheep awn, was appointed to confer with O. B. Mad son, representing the commissioner to prepare certain rules regulating the driving of livestock through the canyon. Afterwards the sheep mea met with Mr. Mad son and formulated the following rules for driving livestock through canyons of the county: All flock master driving herds of sheep, cattle, or hones through the Ogden canyon shall have four herders with each herd. One herder ahull lend a small bunch on la front, and the other herders shall string the rest of tho herd along the road and keep tem off from the aides of the mountain. All herds miut be driven through the canyon as early in the morning as possible. Going east they must leave the mouth of the canyon at daylight. No herds shall be camped on or near the roads, no that the highways will be injured; ud no herds shall be camped near dugway. Flock maiden are held responsible for all damage done by their herds to the dugway Notice must be given the county clerk st least one day before the herd enters the canyon. SUMMER t GRJXS 358 25th St. FRYER EXCURSIONS Makes the Ice Cream, Via Colorado Midland Railway. City of Moxtoo, May 1 to 7. June 7 to 14 and 17 to Julx 11. Round trip, $0.15. Long limits. Eastern Excursions May 27 to 30, June S. 7, IS, 14. One far plus $3.00 for long limits. Stop oven. Other cheap rates during the summer. Write U H. Harding, Salt Lake City for particular Ia H. Harding, General Agent. Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc You will need for that party. Phone t9CtiYC TOOK PRISONERS WITH HIM Weil, I have bad a tong, bard trip; I rode this wheel from Philadelphia and.it looks kind of tough and I'll sell Sheriff Jonea of Uinta County, Wye Makes a Rich Haul in Ogden, It to you fur $3. Im pretty hungry, partner." Sheriff Jonathu Jonea, of Uinta Mahlan spieled away, led on hy the smooth questions of hla interro- County, Wyo., who came to Ogdon day gator, until finally Detective Pender before yesterday for twe young men was convinced that (ho m0 had stolen who confrssed to robbing an outfit car near the Aspen tunnel and securing a the bicycle. Well, my unfortunate man, I am qiianltlty of clothing belonging to sorry that 1 havent the $3 neceasary three Japs, struck It lucky Inasmuch for the purchase of the bicycle, but as he was able to take back with him I am certain that 1 can secure board another young man wanted In Evanand room without a cent of cost to ston for grand larceny. Charles Moryou, and the knowing tone of the ris, a Union Pacific brakeman, waa arofficer let Mahlan Into the secret that rested by Sergeant Plncock and Officer he had been trying to sell the wheel Tom Burke Just about Uie time Sheriff to an officer and that he had been Jones left Evanston for Ogden. The caught napping. Moral; Dont attempt three prisoners were taken to Evanto sell stolen goods to officers of the ston yssterday afternoon. law, KILlED AT WOOD'S GROSS . FIGHT IN JUIUOI DEPOT Man Stnick by Rle Grande No. 1 About 8:30 O'clock Yooterday. Sergeant Plneock Engages In Mix-u- p With Toulrst and Cornea Out Beau First section of Rio Grande Xo. 1 ran d A pugilistic encounter Into a rig at the rrosslng at Woods that had not been. advertised In any Cross yesterday afternoon nbout 5:80 of the papers occurred last night about o'clock and killed the driver, man. S:30 o'clock In the main waiting It Is sold the buggy wan broken to betaroom of the Ogden Union depot, pieces and tho body of the man hurled -ern k to a distance of 60 feet His name Sergeant of Police Charles and a tourist by the name of F. could not be learned at this writing. Kitchener. The latter had been making inquiries and Serfceant Plncock DEATH GF MRS. CRGWN volunteered the Information. Kitchener made a vile remark, which the officer at that time could not resent Young Mother Passed Away Last because he had la hla keeping the Night Leaving Throe Children. three priwmers who were to be sent to Evahstnn. When he returned to Mrs. E. B. Brown, age 26, died at where the men were standing Kitchen- 9:30 o'clock last evening of mengitl er again made a vilely indecent re- of the brain at the family residence, mark. whereupon Sergeant Plneock rear 3135 Washington avenue. She landed one oa Kitchener's Jaw. Then was the wife of the late E. B. Brown, In which P. J. and Janghter of J. W. Rex. Three there was a hot mlx-up- . Kelly, a friend of Kitchener's wm little children are thus left orphans by about to participate when Depot Po- the death of tho mother. liceman Bam Fowler appeared on the scene and caused him to change hla HE WANTED TO LICHT UP mind. Then Officer Burke also arrived and the two men. Kitchener and John Nichols, 45 years of age, a railKelly, were placed under arrest. Thn waiting room was crowded at the time road switch tender, was arrested In of the frapaa and hundreds circled the railroad yards yesterday afternoon contevtants while the short by M. H?gn, the watchman there, to Khnut the lasted. save him from being killed bv switch Nichols had a g nod sized Jag engine aboard and was reeling over the tracks SUFFERED FROM D'PSOMANIA like a ship in n gale. With a piece of packing and n match holder he waa Taken Peterson of Brigham Hyrum In' trying to light the switch lamp Into Custody by Sheriff Sobring. stead of lighting up he lighted out for In the police station a patrol wagon. Hyrum Peterson, 28 years of age. Hogan was compelled to swat him from Brigham City was stricken sud- two or three to make him good. denly with a severe attack of dipsomania in front of the old Salvation COMING TO UTAH. Army headquarters on Twenty-fift- h street last nUht. Peterson had been drinking very heavily. ' He was taken Reorganised Church Is to Send Misinto custody by Sheriff Alva Sebring sionaries to This Field. i and at the county Jail examined by Dr. Gordon :i to hie sanity. The doch Lamonl, Jura. April 30. The tor stated that the bum was suffering annual world's conference of from heart trouble as welL the Reorganised Latter-da- y Saints church dosed yesterday. The plana for missionary work for the year InAUDITORIUM 0PEN1NC clude a very active campaign In Utah. pnrpore a strong force of men The westher, while rather chilly for For that been assigned to that field and this time of vrar. was Just Ideal for has the direction of Fred A. roller skating at the Auditorium last placed under Smith, a grandson of Joseph Smith night. A large crowd proved by Its who founded the Latter-daSaints presence that the erase still haw a church. For many a strong years on hold amusement the strong public. warfare bis existed between the Utah The opening last night of the popular church and the Reorganized chyrch. amusement resort was hailed hy lover of the sport and the fact thqt It win be open today has caused many, who MUTUAL RESERVE INSURANCE COMPANY. thought they might have to spend a quiet Sunday, to ait up and take noNew Tork, April 20. Reuben tice. O. Scovllle. of Kankakee, nis., charging fraud and extortion and declaring that MUlHClLMHMrWNC the Mutual Reserve Insurance company I .actually Insolvent to the exWinifred Hocking-o- f Salt lake City tent of more tlipn 32.5OO.OO0, has beand Thomas A. Mulhnlland of Suit gun suit la the United States circuit Lake City were married lent evening court for an accounting In equity at the home of T. D. Stevenson, 256u against the company, asking that It Orchard avenue. Only a few friends he placed in the hands of a receiver. of the contracting parties were pres- The papers la the rose-wernerved ent, among them being Thomas Feeny, on Secretary Camp today, and the an old friend of the groom. company must answer before June 1. $3(100 Round Trip to Los Angelos - one-roun- i , . I On sale daily April 26th to May 19th. to July 31st Good returning 107 Pin-coc- :STA . Worlds Greatest Pageant . will take pace first week in May. Ask any Utah agent; or write for information to f J. H. BURTNER, D. P. A., SALT LAKE CITY -- Just Received! so fifty-fourt- Exquisite Patterns y Your Choice $23 Goat and Trousers $1950 iilade EDMUND I 305 Sh Any Style TAILORING Cft Twenty-fourt- h St.