|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE MOBXnra EXAMINES. OGDEN, FT AIL TUESDAY, OGDEN IS TO HAVE A NEW FREE PUBLIC PARK APRIL 28, 1WT- - SESSION OF THE CITY We Are Prepared COUNCIL New Resort Will Be Similar to Those in Large Gties of the County Work Begins Today Made from pure grape cream of tartar, and absolutely free from lime, Hurrah for tbs Greater Ogden. A ' answer to a letter rent by Fecretary folTba large, free public park within three Reynolds. blocks of th buslne.s center of the lows: oval M. HIW VMM. Ely. Nov.. April 19. 1907. city Is the nst scheduled Improvement ad Innovation. Located oa the banks Mr. I. L. Reynolds. Becreiary Weber of Ogden river. Just north and west Club. Ogden, Utah. Dear Sir: Tour valued letter of the ised a special siectioa to be held la of tho Washington avenue bride, the EXAMINER TELEPHONES 10th Instant received, end at a meet-- 1 Roy to determine the will of tka peo- place le Ideally lucated. Xew buildple oa the proposition of declaring a ings are to take the places of tbs old ing of the Ely Commercial club, held ROOMS. HSMTORIAL oims now standing and It Ip thought oa Thursday evening. April 16th, the road tax of five mills. InS.p.wrem Thir that work will bs completed so that same was read and received with n m Nk a 'fkM, Km rlnge fro resort will be open Dec- great deal of Interest by the members after eoart tho la district bow yesterday U9INBSS OFFICE oration day. NK M noon Leila Brows la a charge of present. I think from the feeling dis! Tho Slyvaa Park Amusement com- played aad the re murks made at this with a deadly weapon, Frank H Hi. 8 Tin, ftoM, Genoa aad D. A- - Gardner oa charges pany, composed of Ogden business meeting, the people ff Ely have a kindof forgery were arraigned and given men end New Tork and Kansas City ly foaling for the Weber club sad the until Thursday to plead. capitalists, haa secured a lease oa tb merchants of Ogdea, and now to tb property mentioned and intendt ts opportune time for establishing closMia. Mika Be homers of Alberta, expend 910.000 la amaemont build-lag- . er relatione between the business men Plans for the buildings are bow of Ogden and Ely through our res pec-Canada, Is visiting relatives la tka tlve clubs. A resolution was passed city. Bk will spend two weaka la being drawn up by th architects, tba city before returning to (Maeda. Th new park will be run on mueh at this meeting Instructing the secrethe earn lines as city parks la many tary to correspond with you aai take la NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The funeral of Robert Glees Carr of the larger cities. Hereafter chil- up any and all matters that would be la mhIUbu regarding th will b hold this afternoon at I o'clock dren will not have to play tag la tho of benefit to both Ogdea and Ely, and of Oi Examiner do aa dlraet to from tho home of ih Utah Ughi and streets, where they are la danger of we ere ready at any time to cooper-- , to aad M department, Railway company's engineer on East bring ran ever by some speedy auto at with you oa these Hues. dap subscriber (alliag to Twelfth street, fotermeat la the city driver, but they may play ts their Now, ii we are a' new club and wsnt a will favor eoafar the Kumtaer heart's eontent pa tbs banks of tbs to start out right, I would thank you kf calMat Ni 69 altkar pkoao before eementery. iff river, within ate walking distance very much If you would send mo any Invitation have been Issued by tba their boms, wtthoat a cent of cost. It advertising matter you may have, your NELSON. (Signed) dan-laBentors of the high school for a will be raa oa strictly moral aad mod of publicity, ami in fact any Circulator. party to be given Friday next la temperance basis aad liquor la any that would aelp me as secThe occasion will be form will not bs allowed oa tho retary to make our club a success. Mrs. Jaiaaa Tomasek aad daughter, the, armory. tka' Informal opening of tbo armory grounds, aad should certainly wta a. Will mall you shortly some of our baae, apaat a few day of last week place for the con rental es of reputation for Itself from this fact advertising matter. Tours very truly, la Balt Lake City. Iaa agatherings and promises to be one alone. If for no other reason. D. W. ELU8, of unusual Interest. The mala ball There will bq numerous attractions Secretary Ely Commercial Club. Konacth C. Karr, traveling passenand school h will with bo decorated Among the ger agent for tka Raa Pedro. Lot An- class colon and tho school orchestra far the amassment of all.miniature railgelas aad Salt ukt route, waa la tbo under tho direction of Squire Coop, many are; Berate and roads, first class pika, penny arcades city yaatarday oa busix. Ha hu will furnish tbs music. and vandsvllle shows. Within nound Juot returned from aa extnalve trip of tho murmuring waters of Ogdea rivto tka Nevada mining cam pa, which er recreation seekers may rest under ka think ana iucatad la the greeteet tha trass and listen to grand free samineral bait li tka world. With a cred concerts and band concerts. number of railroad maa be has organThe present unsightly buildings, ised tka Ora City Mining company, which have been rather as eye sore to with S claims, and plattad the new that locality for some time, will ba towaalte ef Sterling la Nye county, torn dowi aad tbe grounds are to undergo a thorough change. Handsome Peary strawberry pieplant, lb I structures In keeping with the eplrit eaata. Strictly freoh ranch eggs at of Improvement will be erected la their the Smith Grocery, Mtk and Washing1 place. Electricity wlU be used with ton. to decorate tha Hvlab generoelty OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORI EFFECTED. grounds and the displays will bo beauTho body of P. E. Van Sony, who tiful la tbo extreme. died at tlio Ogdea General hospital Work os tha new free park will ba Ratarday morning, wao shipped to RIO GRANGE MAY CALL ON INcommenaad today. The old structures W, liadford, Oregon, this morning on F, Bsssner Elected President TERSTATE COMMISSION. will be raxed to tb ground and th Southern Pndte No. I, areompaaled Other Vacancies in Office dancA ones new erected. fine, large 1r Nr. Van Scoy, Cora Ofllrer and Filled. will 90 119 grace feet, by If. B. Rueaall of Medford, hire. Von ing pavilion, Manager Rldgway Submits the park and the devotees of TerpsiSooy lo a oeuola of Jaman B. Herrick General chore may danse to tbrir heart's conand tho family ban a hoot of frtendc In Preposition to the Man Read The Press club of Ogdea, after a tent. Tbe river banka will be adets Arbitrate, Willing Ogden. quately protected o that little chil- period of somnolency, has awakened dren may not wander away and foil to new life and at a meeting bald In General Manager O. B. Glleoa. Jai. th Ogdea breach, office of the Balt In. .There will be Urge playground, Plngree and J. W. Abbott of tka Union A saw phase la the situation with aad all forms of Innocent Lake Herald yesterday afternoon pracswings Portland Cement company hmra a possible strike among tha amusement for the little folks. The tically- effected a reorganisation of the to Ogden from an laapectloa of regard to of tbs Denver A Rio Grands management Intends to make It a directorate and officers. A sew presitba plant at Portland an the Union employes sad one that baa aevar been which will sard an enviable rep- dent, W. Fred Boren, rr, and new treasPaclfle. It la thought that work will railroad, a railroad company di- place utation for both Itself and for th city. urer, W. D. Brats, were elected, and hare been completed la time for tka resorted to bylathe attitude to be takrectly before, th resignation of W. M. Hughe an beginning of opoiatlnao oa May 1. es by th Gould road In case Its emsecretary of the club received end acDAMACES ACTION FOB la tb of offers ployes persist refusing Howard Cromwell being electWANTED M Inborn, Ogden cepted, Inereased wages tendered by the road, Id Transit On. ed to fill th place made vacant. Two says the Deearet News. Aakad for tho Death ef Earl news governors, K. T. Spencer and The Denver-Rio Grand haa al- 920,000 W. E. Costello, division superintendPrank Francis, were elected members. Smith. , been ahead of the other roads ent of tba Utah dlvtekm ef the Oregon ways By hie retirement as editor of the emShort line, waa la tka city yaatarday n the matter of wages; this lo conA. I. Stone, administrator of the es- Daily Utah State Journal aad his ceded men. the by before the Long into other fields of endeavor, oa railroad business. Tba fart that barking wee killed who E. tate of Bari Smith, com Chicago controreny np, the Rio son. the former president, tba Utah dlvtaloa now has charge of on the Union Pacific In the Ah Bay C. M. Jerk was not In a position to give the office the tracks la the Ogden yards makes Qrande hud advnnced It employes wreck, Will eater 1905, 17, September wsgrs without say trouble: lit addithe time desired. Mr. Boasner was tho It necessary for Mr. Costello to speed tion to that, the company has offered suit today against tha Union Pacific Choice of the club for tho position. mors of kls time in Ogden than for-damfor Railroad 920,000 company to submit every quektlon to arbitraMr. Brets was electsd to fill the position, but this action baa been turned ages. Magtanla and Cora are attor- tion of treasurer, made vacant some by ibe Order ef Conductors and ney for the plaintiff. ago by the resignation of Mr. Superintendent Manana and Rest-den- t down Th plaintiff eltofrea that the defend- i time on It line, and they now InBoaaaor. Engineer Pltrgsrald of the Balt Trainmen It waa that la ant negligent company sist an Increase 24 of upon per cent did not Mr. Hughes tendered hto resignation Lake division of tke Soutkern Pacific dtoptay tho proper flag on to the club Is person, stating that arrived from tka went. last night on la the pay of employes. . n of pastho front of the end engine Now noma General Manager Ridgebecause of the fact that be Intended, No. 4, la private car Buena Venway and nays, his rood being tn Inter- senger Into end was thus responsiwithin the next month, to make Balt ture." Smith. of death the young state earner, according to the set of ble for Lake City fail horn a It would bs beat to had orders to get some one for tha position who If you are gotag to more see Malan, congreos of June 1, 1999, he win la Four passenger trains Ah two Bay; pans a freight train at was a permanent resident of the dty. transfer vans. Leave order for coal. order to protect the public, ell upas of aamber carried the flags but Howard Greenwell waa the unanimous at Blade' Phones. tb Interstate commerce commission tbetheir 40g Twsnty-flft- k did not tha and third freight th eommlMlonara Inand of labor to choice of the club for the position A collision fourth. was the It thought Jesse A. Ellawartk ef Berkeley, Oal.. terfere and settle the differences by made vacant by the resignation iff Mr. mediation and conciliation, aa that act occurred between tka two trains on tba Hughes. E. T. Spencer and Freak Is an Ogdea visitor. was killed. Tbe Smltn line and main gives tbe federal authorities a right to Francis were unanimously elected, to plaintiff allege that bad the proper fill two vacancies on the board of govL. G. Cannon, vie president and step In and adjust the differences exon of tbe tba been shown engine ernors. general mauagea of tka K.ttHa North- isting between employer sad employes. flags And yesterday the employes of the third train no sueh mistake would ern railroad, arrived la the cut today and thus attribltea the ii to apead a abort time with M fam- road were la seaaina, voting on the have occurred IN OGDEN FIGHTING DICK the negligence of the comprepoeltloa as submitted by tbe man- wreck to ily bora. ' agement of the road. The outcome of pany. Tba astaia of William McGregnr of which will naturally be looked for with Is on His Way to Chicago, Whore He Blrrb Creak, baa been spprakitsl at great Interest, owing to the vast REED USED BAD LANGUAGE Will Attempt to Gat on With Yagsr. 97.471. It will be raralled that Mc- amounts of money, the great number Gregor was goad to death by a mad of men dependent npon tbe road for "Fighting Dick" Hyland, accombull on kli farm at Birch Creek. rpkympnt and their famines for And Now He Languishes In the City panied by hto manager, Sammy Out Jail Turned the of Yesterday. tbe great stoppage support, and la In the city. He will leave in a Involved would Bee Malan Transfer Co. for that public utility afternoon for Chicago, where he slorag For using vulgar and pnffane lan- this of all kinds. Our specialty is moving strike of tbo employes of tbe Denver will attempt to get a fight with Benny A Rio Grands road. guage, while eating In a booth at tbe pianos, furniture and office fixtures. Yanger or some other top nother In Brnon. restaurant on Twenty-fiftwol glit class. The game I street, early last evening. Henry Reed the light A petition for the appointment of tn now the and good INJURED open Windy POWERS City JOHN was placed under arrest by Officer an administrator la the estate of Paul will be pulled off there. Mike Malone and lodged in the city events E. Van Scoy has bean filed. The estate lias a soft spot In his heart la valued at 91.300 and J. B. Herrick Fall from a Street Car in San Fran. jail. Reed was lectured by Judge Mur-pb- forHyland Ogden and always likes to drop turned and morning yesterday la asked for aa administrator. A widdeco. . . and shake hands with oM loose with the Injnnctlon to go bis off here He ow and two cblldren are named aa Is known ae on of the friends. more He no drink and obeyed bdia. Judge Horn drew up tke petiDr. H. J. Powers of this city receiv- way and most gentlemanly of the sqnarest a nice Jag tion. ed a telegram yesterday afternoon to that injunction by getting fighting clas and to well liked here. A, lady and gentleman, tha effect that his eon, John Powers, aboard. He states that he would like to get to one In next booth the In a a medical an school at Ii afternoon session of tho coun- who Is attending a match In Ogden with etther Benny were friend rnd a Reed which tested, was the boord author Ban Francisco, ty commissioner taJly Injured by made complaint to tbe proprietor of Yanger or Georg Memale. falling from a street nr there. Mr. tbe restaurant about the Indecent lanPowers, mother of the young man. loft BCWTON GETS A BOOST for Ban Francisco yesterday afternoon guage being used by Reed with the rrenlt that he ffaa placed under aron tho Overland limited. The telegram did not state the ex- rest W. II. Rnwtnn. assistant agent iff tent, of the Injunee received and the The choice of muthe Pullman company at Ogden for Is with much here awaiting family GOLDFIELD MINES OPEN sicians. . some time past, has been appointed , Dr. Powanxiety further particulars. agent M the same company at Oaker telegraphed for detailed informaland Pier, and win leave soon for hla Work Returned Miners to Yesterday should be received today tion which new field of lnlior. Mr. Bowton made Afternoon. some time. many friends during hla stay in the Press dispatches for some time have re-- ! elty. who will he pleased to hear of Goldfield, Nev.. April 22. As given accounts of serious accidents which have occurred In the rebabit-ulate- d suit of tbp settlement effected list hto promotion. the min owners and city on account of the poor, ex- evening between the mines were thrown CREW TERRORIZED THE CAPTAIN tremely poor, street car service, but tbe miners the latest sceldent bring the ness open st 3 o'clock this afternoon nnd ! all the mines that could find workmen Dunkirk, France, April 22. The1 home with startling force. enough started with a full fore. three masted Italian ship Fenlcv put During the strike hundreds iff min- in here today after a voyage from CLEVER TRICK RIDING ers left for outside camps tn prospect Taltal. Chile, The mixed crews of or find temporary work and the district Germans. Italians and Scotchmen, is short hy up miners hut these minshipped In America, terrorised the Peter and Perform Ray Wonderfully ers together with others are expected captain and forced him to keep aa Clever Trick on Bicycles. Into the ramp as soon si the settle- unpopular Italian named Vincenzo in Their owners feel proud of them. ment becomes gonerall known. Irons for two months. Tbe ship Is The exhibition of tnck bicycle riding now in the hands of the dock police. Magnificent la quality, yet wonder-- , Auditorium at rink last (he night by tally reasonable la price. Terms CE Peters was of and FE'ICITMOS Ray If desired. great merit. NEW THOUGHT CONVENTION. These two yosng men perform th J. M. PANTONE, SUts Agent. on wheels and Ely Commsrclal Club Sends Kindly seemingly Impossible Boston. April 22. At the annual I also handle a fine line of viofurnish an entertainment that la first Communication to Weber Club. convention of the New Thought conlins and other class In every particular. Some of held to this vention. which to the tricks were old, but some were The Ely Commercial club, by Its see--: city, the subject ofbeing Relation of "The MUSICAL MERCHANDISE new aad tbe latter variety predomi- rectory, I. W. Ellis, arho was former-- ; the Parochial Ministry to Spiritual nated. Exhibitions will be each 414 26tb 8L recorder a given ly county here, has sent Phone 1938K. Heeling" was considered by many night this week. coinmunleailoa to the Weber club In speakers today. . lt BREVITIES ait a ear-Kar- re-eet- Ita UkU t PRESS 1-- CLUB GOVERNMENT WAKES AID MAY BE UP INVOKED . J h y , CONSIDERED. Longnd tihort Gloves, Hosiery, Kimonas, Wrappers, City Will Mulld Laveaa to the Flood District te Protect Much eie Valuable Property. alum and ammonia. lil,ilK ... To supply your wants in Millinery, Shirt Waists, Musli, Underwear, Gauze Vesta, l'ants, Union Suit, OPENING OF CANAL ALLEY AGAIN . alt-tl- Kortzmann Pianos I ; Wll In a short session of the city council tost night, a committee of business OUR MOTTO men headed by George E. Manie, vigorously urged the opening of Canal aad Twenty-foalley between Twenty-thir- d urth streets at the earliest possible date. On motion, President Craig appointed Friday, 1:30 p. m., as tha time when the city council will, with property uwnera, visit the location of the proposed roadaay, to determine th situation so that tuteHlgeat action might be taken. Maul stated that the condition of business blocks, with frontages on Washington avenue and without openings la the rear demanded immediate relief. He supported th surveyed route aa the heat possible position for the street to that It comas close to the back yards of stores and will be convenient In loading and unloading supplies. L L Clark and J. 8. Carver endorsed tbe remarks of Maule and united la petitioning for decisive action. A committee iff citizens from the north side of Ogden river near Grant avenue addressed tbe sokma on tbe situation of the river at a point where It makes an abrupt turn, near Man rlottavUle. Unless temporary relief to given the people In that section, the spokesman of tbe committee declared, tbe at ream would cut through Its channel when the water to high, ns It threatens to be, nnd flood the entire settlement. , Now that the river to low It. was argued that the work could be done quickly and advantagaquily. Tha committee proposed that a levee district be created at tha expense of property owners, so that in the future flood waters will be confined within tbe river channel. On motion of Moyee tbe street committee nnd the street supervisor were instructed, to begin temporary work at ones. By using sand bags and rocks It to expected that the erream will ba prevented from changing Its course, aa It now th res tone to do. The city auditor submitted tha annual report of the city's finances for the year 1109. It showed a balance on hand January 1, 1909, of 994,410.57. During th year through various sourose 9296.714.60 waa received, ef which 9212.974.16 wse expended, leaving n balance on hand December 91, 19fl9, of 979,890.17. The report was referred to the finance committee. On recommendation of th street committee the Union Pacific company will ba ordered to put Thirty-thirstreet In as good condition a it waa before the railroad company oommene d operations on the street below Washington avenue. The Improvement League submitted a communication in which was urged the action of the Connell In preventing an applicant from pumping water out of Ogden river at the Oaks during th dry season of Bummer. The matter was given over to tho water committee. Interest amounting to 89,611.25 wan ordered paid. Payrolls amounting to . . 91.992.82 were allowed. 8 Good Goods Cheap Not Cheap Goods GRIXS 358 25th St. FRYER Makes the Ice Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc. You' will need for that party . Phone d Round Trip to Los Angeles . DROUTH IN PORTO RICO. Sugar Plantations Are Affected and Fewer Plants Shut Down. San Juaa, P. R.r April 22. The drouth to affecting tho auger plantation. No rain haa fallen in tha southern district for tlx months and the loss la estimated at 49 per cent of tho values of the erope. Next year's crops will alto he affected. Tho' mills dependent on the mountain at re am for power have boon (bread to shut down owing to the lack of water. On sate daily April 26th to May 19th. to July 31st, 1907 . Good reuraing i GENERAL NEFULEFF CONDEMNED Revolutionary Commlttas Ha ed He Must Die. Declar- Sebastopol, April 22. The petitions for the transfer of General Nepuleff, commander of the fortress, here, to some other command, have resulted In hto appointment to command Kovno fortress, but the revolutionary committee declare that the general will never leave Sebastopol alive. Worlds Greatest Pageant will take pface first week in May. Ask any Utah agent, or write for information to - SMUTTED SIBERIAN WHEAT. Samara. Russia, April 22. Tha J. H. BURTNER. peas- ants' hank haa complained to the governor of dames done the grain Industry by the distribution of smutted Siberian wheat in the Buxuluk district, claiming that by reason of this action half of the crop haa boon D. P. A.. SALT LAKE CITY polled and permanent contagion The bank owns or boTda mortgage on half of the arable land In the dlstrlcL It la claimed six million bushels of the wheat crop la smutted. STEAMER Just Received! DAMAGED. Baltimore. April 22. The Britiah at earner Barnstable arrived In port till morning from Port Antonio, Jamaica, with a large hole In her port side and with bar stem twisted. She was run into at full speed at 10 oclock yesterday morning by tbe steamer Olid Point Comfort which run from Capo Charles City to Old FoinL No one was injured. Exquisite Patterns COL. COLT FOR SENATOR. Providence, R. I., April 21 The Re- publican state central committee at a meeting todtor adopted resolutions en-- 1 dorslng Col. Colt as the majority candidate of tbe Republican party for United Statee senator. i j STRIKE IS ENDED. Made In Any Cty'o London. April 22. A cable dispatch has been received by tbe director of the Paraguay Central railway saying that the strike on that road to ended. TERM OF SUPREME COURT. Washington, April 22 The present term or the United 8tntea supreme ronrt closes May 29th. The call of the docket wll be suspended en the 24rn Your Choice $23 Coat and Trousers $19.50 EDMUND TAUUmlfiS ' 305 Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.