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|Ogden Morning Examiner
TI1E MOSSING EXAMINER, 2 lltc with chain spring eta ttekla your W 11m of (oapltu(raah at a vega-ku- . our fouatai every fraiio. morning. Ala aa anaortmcat of fin Ua of Imported and domeatlo Thoa otapio and fancy grocartsn. life aad will proton good jour gin - vim aad vigor to your T.B. Evans & Co GROCERS. 2M. W Waah. Both Phone Ave. uak A Oarfa Pianom Newman Brea. Oigana ing over the administrative end of our interests at Hr. Mr. Bedes said when seen at the Kenyan. yestf-rdaA general outline of plans tor th future of our various operation was agreed upon. W are going to hurry the construction of to railroad from smelter to mlavs, and all of the AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. work ax the z atelier will bo pushed rapidly as possible. Instructors Are Choeen Policy la DeThe future of Ely is very bright. clared a Exhaustive Document. Bustuem la all lines appears to he good and the town ia growing rapidly. Salt Lakst April 14. Sotm rrw In- Development of the mine is proceedstructor were elected to the faculty ing at a rat which promises great of the Agricultural college at Logan, things for to camp. Yes; toe district the rartgnatlans of tvo member of will eventually produce even a greater tho preeent faculty were accepted ami toaaag tkaa does Butt at this lime. tho policy of too eollrgo for the coolOPENING FINE MINES. derided upon and aning yeor w nounced. at to Ant meeting of the board of truetooo of tho college last a Ely. Nev., April 2V 0. C. McDone reoing. ald, manager of the McDonald-Ely- , s Every member of the board ws who has Urge lute rest la other present Praeident Lorenzo X. Siohl of the state, returned lust sight of Brigham City pre aided. from Duck Creek, whet ho went to Tho Important feature of the meetlook over too properties of Ike Ely ing was the la nance by the truateea Homtak com pan of vkick ho 1s obof toe automeat of toe policy to manager. tain ia the future. The truateee deEly Homs take Is a load proposiclared that inaamuch as President tion. pure aad simple, without big Wldtooe and the board have been critvalues In silver or gold. There U a icized aince toe appointment of too three-foo- t lodg of lead or on the latter, aa haring no policy under which surfs carrying aa average of 40 per too college la to bo operated, a state- cent lead, eight to tea ounce of silment of the situation at tola time was ver aad 81.66 la gold to ton ton. This aeoooaary. la tola statement the triu-ea-a led Is la a lima formation with strenuously deny to allegation sbal and graulia contact. McDonald Influence in that church predominates positively that there art 100,000 too control and operation of too col-le- says tons of tote ere ia sight ou tha surand that politics la Introduced face ready for shipping. This ore will among to etndents of the Institution carry not la than So par coat load. la any manner. The truateee decided The property la within eight nil 1m of that the engineering conitae of tho Nevada Northern railroad aad tha cel lege la to ho kept up until the pres- tho to tho railroad la all down grade, ent chwaea hare graduated and upon road with no hills lo climb. toe aa ordered by the course, dropping Ftour man hav boon put to work o laoc legislature, a course in irrigation th Gibraltar by Mr. McDonald. and drainage eball be Instituted ia Tkla Ely la two mil from tb property Urn collage tho to addition la this, trustees hav provided far too instal- smelter she at MeGtlL Camp Is being established aad steps are being taken lation of a course ia veterinary active campaign of deThe remainder of tho statement to begin an M. M. Johnson of Salt Issued by Ike board deal at length velopment E. with the policy of to college to its Lake is president and Charles is secretary and treasurer. several bronchia of verb and ton al- Street "The lead belt along the base of th terations to ho mod la each. Profomor L O. OaUea resigned as Shell creek range on th west has hern to such an extent now." professor of mathematics and the said developed Mr. McDonald, "that It will postrustees accepted hla resignation. Behind the acceptance of thlo resignation itively bo a factor In tho lead producia aa interesting hit of gneslp. k is ing industry of too United State within a few years. The formation In generally reported that owing to Pro the Suce s and Fair Play groups on footer Ostlen'a connection with the south end extends for twenty-fiv- e Rocky Monntaln Parmer, ha wan noti- the to Muncy creek on the Spring fied that bs would ho held responsible mil for any articles that appeared ia that valley aid of the range, and has been be a continuous lesJ silver paper erltiaUlng or mentioning ia nay proven to way to trustees of tho eollego or Ua son. Men of experience will substatement when I state faculty. Thereupon, according to too stantiate my report, Profeaoor Oeden resigned. The that this will soma day iu ton near trustee last sight aald Professor Oe-U-a future prove to b on of th greathad been offered too management est silver aonea ia th retire w Taking It aa a whole, th Duck crock of a rubber plantation la Mexico. Mrs. Dellnda Cotey resigned to study aad Steptoe creek country will give a good aconunt of It If during top for a year, after which tlma it la she will return to tho domestic coming a soa. science department of tho eollego. Bho will be aucoeedod by Mies Blanche HANSON OUSTER FROM CASE. Cooper, aa assistant professor of Salt Lake, April 24. Willard Hanscicnoe, at present professor of domes tie science and art la the Brighson, county attorney, can taka no part am Young college. In the prosecution of Martin Hoben of The resignation of Professor Ootl.n Bingham for aa alleged assault en Edaad Mrs. Cotoy made a total of seven na Thom of to jiao. Mr. Hanson's reslgnatlona from the faculty of the representative, David Haight, asalstant college within the past few weeks la county attorney, appeared for to state their place seven new professors wars at toe bearing y terday morning at Wilelected by tb trustees last night. ' Bingham Junction before Juetl Professor J. C. Hogeraou, who was liams. Upon n hearing being filed with elected to tho chair of agronomy in toe Justice by A. B. Edler, attorney for tho college, aad aa agronomist In tho Miss Thomas, signed by 100 citizens, as pertinent station, was bora la Caclis king that the district attorney taka county, Utah, aad Is a graduate of toe charge of the case, it was so ordered, Agricultural eollego and of Cornell and Mr, Haight was relieved from university last, year. Profsasor E. O. duty. Titus was elected to tho position of The mors was the result of a aasDoiat protester of aoolegy and enbetween Mr. Bdler and tha associate entomolo- county attorney when aa attempt was tomology and gist la to experiment station, to suc- made to have n preliminary hearing ceed Professor I. D. Bell, recently last fall aad Edler naked to be allowed elected director cf to experiment to assist to proaerutlon. Thin was d him and ho wan ejected from th station. Professor Titus lo a graduate of th Colorado Agricultural school, court room, he claims, by Hanson's slat ant la entomology la He then filed an affidavit with and was ton University of Illinois until 1901. Judge Armstrong asking that a special Since that tima Professor Titus has prosecutor be appointed, aa Hanson been a s pedal agent of to bureau of and hla assistant, Haight, worn on Intimate terms with the defendant and hla entomology of th department of agriculture' for toe government' This attorney, Harry J. Robinson. C. T. Catlla, who succeeds George P. waa withdrawn two weeks ago, and the' bell colas athletle coach at too Gamy ousting of Haight and to substitulege, la at present coach of the lows tion of Luofbourow, which occurred But uni vanity and ia a graduate of yesterday; waa the'res alt of action by the University of Chicago. He la con- cltlxens. sidered one of toe boat football men in too country. NEW ROAD IN NEVADA. Professor Calvin Fletcher will Joseph Jenson profeasor of an 24. Governor Salt Lake, April and manual training. He has rrcently SpaTk I haa Just approved the measure finished poet grad ur to work at tho paused the last state legislature of Pratt Institute. New Tork. Miss Sara Nevada,bypermitting Walter P. JenHuntsman will taka toe place of Mlsa nings of Salt Lake to construct ISO M. E. Wyant as instructor In English miles of railroad In Nevada, from and physical culture. 8 ho Is a grad- Moapa on tha Balt Lake rout to the uate of the Boston School of Oratory Grand Gulch Mining district. and is now professor of elocution and mlk--a of road will Only twenty-fiv- e physical culture In the seminary at bo pat la tola year, running from Kalamazoo, Mich. Mrs. Rena Raker Moapa to 8L Thomas at the IntersecMaycock will succeed Miss Moench aa tion of the wagon road from the Grand instructor In English at the eollego. Gulch mines with the Arlsona-XevaMrs. Maycock was a member of tho state Hue. The Grand Gulch min are faculty of the oollcge several yean producing very rapidly aad six carlgo. oads of ore are at the mine waiting shipment The completion of the new road trill open up a new territory in ELY WILL EXCEED BUTTE'S Nevada to Salt Lake mining supply Greater Tonnage May Be Expected men and merchants generally. H. R. Gorg and Harry Gentry of From Nevada Camp, Says E-- lee. BL Thomas are associated with Mr. 8 It Lake, April 4. That the out- Jennings la hla undertaking. put of toe mines of Ely will exceed In TWO MORE BIG PUMPS. tonnage that of th mines of Butte la tho opinion expressed by 8. W. Redes. Mr. Bodes, who is president of the Seven In All. They Throw 841.000.000 Gallons Of Water Every 24 Hours. Cumberland Ely Copper company, toe and Steptoe Valley Smelling company comLehl, April 88. Two more of tho big the Nevada Northern Railroad one hundred horsepower Jackson and Denver to too Is on way pany. New York, accompanied by W. R. pumps arrived bars this week from Sau Francisco and a for of mechanand others. Thompson -Ws were occupied several days go icals busily engaged putting them in see-tira- j g, WARDLEIGH H. C. PIANOS ORGANS AND lliSICAL ani-enc- i MERCHANDISE- - Violins, Guitars, Aoeerdeoos, Ban- jos, Strings. Latest Publications of Shoot Muslo. goo too Wonderful Flpo Organ. 1171 Washington Avenue, 0G0EN, UATH. t io 'HOW ABOUT : pro need! Deal fe k Mt at atari it till yoafo far-- ' gfasn as a shines. Wo sail a ior goods, a old faskloBod applies a. MM MV Haros o All Our Harness 1 is asodo firo too beet ef leather to the mo wcrhmsnUka aaanoer. Bias-MtHsIk- Whipo and ovorytkiag J.C Platt Saddlery Co. do-nle- or-do- n. auo-cee- d d - Second Hand Stores Work, not Blow; Goods, not Show. I. T. ALYORD A SONS, Second-Han- d Goods, Uphol- stering, Real Estate, etc, etc. North of P. O. Phones 88 and SECOND-HANSTORE. We buy and sail ail Mnda ef new second-hanor and feeds. Call phone W acker A Hayna Props. !M gMh H 128. Phone, lad, d PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, Store. fi hav anything ta II er buy aa or phono 187 it 1878 Wash, Are Beil H8k lad. 878. ewd-Han- d makes It possible to do an ironing in from time toss la any other way. A. DINNERS Will pay tha Mflhsst price far eeeen II t tha publle hand furniture and L 1418 Grant Are Ball the cheap Ind. 888. Phan 887-C. J. HERRICK A CO lueoieeers to H. L. White Bring yeur g da Mr if yon want Call here if you want BM Phan 8848 Waah Are Ind. 487. to eall them.. Slip. WANT ADS YIELO BIG RESULTS. one-thir- d to one-hal- f Iras THE OLD WAY In using the old method the Iron had to b heated on the hitch-e- u stove, and the ironing board was located as for from the store as possible often in another room. It was necessary to make a trip to and from tha stove each time the Iron was changed. It took con id treble time to heat toe irons at starting and it was necessary often to wait while the irons were heating again. Considerable time was lost ig cleaning the Iron, as referred to in our previous talk. vow ffi. buy. 0 888. NEVADA If The Electric Flatiron THE NEW WAY Tha electric flatiron is heated by the electric current right at tha place where it is used. It heats up in three minutes and stays hot as long ns tha current is left on. No cl aing ia necessary. THE SAVING It Is easy to see the great saving In time effected by the use ef tha elactrlc flatiron. In case the ironing lx done by blred help, this economy will often more than pay for toe current used. And neb how much botheration and trou Me Is saved. Watch for our SPECIAL ELECTRIC FLATIRON OFFER. Utah Light and Railway Co. wmmmnmmmmmmmamammmm OGDEN, UTAH. la to Jordan River pumping plant. These tvo additional one bring tha total number up to seven, each capable of lifting 133 seconl feec of water in to beginning ct th season, and falling slightly below this figure no too lake s level la lowered. Will Urn A. Knight, the engineer In charge of tb plant. haa figured out that when all tb pumps are running they will aggregate about 750 cubic feet af water per second, which reduced to gallons, mesne that every 81 hours th pumps will throw Sli.oOO,-Ougallons of water, wich is probably more water thB any other pumping plant in America handles, and when divided up auk over 260 ordinary Irrigation streams. In placing tha new- - pumps over 800 cubic yards of cement concrete were need a a foundation of tha pump and th building i which they are house. Tho new building Is being constructed of brick aad next season toe old building will be tore down and be replaced by a brick structure. Running through ton whole building will be a traveling crane capable of handling any of the ponderous machinery. The two aew big electric motor are 118 horsepower each end when all seven of them are running about BOO horsepower of to electric current 1s consumed. This power wtU be furnished by the Utah County Light and Power company . Sometimes aa accident happens to the power company' plant and during too tow aster season such aa accident would mean dry canals. Salt Lake City haa contracted to deliver omnia-nou- s to th Cottonwood farmor stream la exchange for their canyon water, so la case of toe electric current being cut of by accident, to city has Installed a US horsepower gasoline motor wbtah will enable them to keep their a tract good. pit O - EATEN AND 'ROBBED. Salt Lake, April 84. A Flan, named Oecar Kaakl, is at pellcc headquarters and nursing a badly bruised no mourning over too lorn of between fill) and 70. Ia a 11 above him are two mare Flu chargel with robbing Kaakl. Tha prUooera are Frank Told aad n man who positively refuses to divulge his name, but who is booked as Richard Roa. k la alleied that thoy robbed aad beat Kaakl. Ilia totter fell la with tha two men last night and stalled with them to the O. S. L. depot where the party was to tabs a ink to Nevada. On th wav to th dipot th priaunera pounced upon Kastl and gave him n savers beating aad then robbed him. The men were airested by Officers Taylor, Golding aid Bsckatead, and Kashi haa identified tho men. 1 CAPT, APRIL 23, 1007. THURSDAY, BARTON MAY RESIGN. Salt Lake, April 24. There was a report tola noon tint Captain Barton ct to Light Batbry, N. G. U., will hand la his resignation tola ovenlug. Tho captain was act located, aad nothing waa known at regimental or staff headquarters. Bui Brig. Gen. Park said ha understood tost toe resignation would bo forthcoming, although ha could not apeak drflnltely on tha subject Thera haa hsen dissatisfactions in to battari for aoma time, largely owing to tha unsatisfactory quarters, and other hampsriag Influences which make maintenance of a mllkia battery difficult and embarrassing aa compared with ton oonvenlenc within aaay reach ct A regular army or,u- ganisation.' RODE ON SIDEWALKS. rho delivered tho sermon. With too p;nnm were three Jewels, an a tops and a rtby .reach set la a pia for fastening tb insignia npoa the arrhbishop'a g anneal. Contrary to ciom. toes jeaeto were sot sent from Romo, but were gifts of aa old ame-Liya- t, A SPRING TONIC PE-RU-- IIA GOLDS AND INDIGESTIOl New Orleans family, friend of Archbishop Blenk of many years standing The Jewels are heirlooms. After the mass, Archbishop Blenk renewed his oath of allegiance and fidelity to the holy cause and then Cardinal Gibbons placed the pallium upon toe prelate's shouider. MYSTIC SHRINERS. How They Will Bo Entertained ia L Angeles. Angeles, April 84. When Po Motley H. Flint has completed to official program devised for the entertainment of delegates to The Imperial Council of tha Mystic Shrine next mon th, the list of events will b so crowded that a lightning flash would become disoouraged trying to hasp up with the schedule. Careful computation of tha time rethat quired for all to events show each visitor will be allowed a maximum of about two hours sleep out of tho twenty four. The remainder of to time ho, or she, ia to bo rushed about la automobiles, special ateam era, special cars and special train to test soma fresh brands of Southern California hospitality. Everywhere throughout tho county,' citi aad tow and reaorta will bs awaiting the Shrine to duals them with sights sad surfeit them with banquets. Several nearby towns and cities hare had allotted to them a day or a pop tkn thereof aad subcommittees hav taken up the work where the Shrluera leave off, throwing open the doors of all tosir pet attractions and will endeavor to keep the ball rolling. Vial is will bo made to Glendale, Long Venice, Pasadena Bosch, Redondo, and other points ef interest. Meanwhile in bm Angel there will be belt a dozen parades, including three presentations of toe Illuminated d (he splendid floral procesfloats sion, for which hundreds of entries have already been received. And In th official program, to he furnished each visitor Immediately upon arrival, attention Is lied to the fact that everybody connected with the Shrinera is perfectly welcome upon every on of toe numerous occasions outlined. Books af coupon entitling th holders to almost ovary form of amusement aad providing for rides, trips and sea voyages, will be distributed whfc toe programs, and the guest i. after making selection of toe way they wUh to distribute their time, have only to detack th proper couforth under escort of pons and a to eommittees who are each day to so that tha visitors omit no feature of tho arrangements mad ia tortr ; honor. L tec tale -- MAJOR GENERAL JOHN HAMMOND John Hammond, MaJ. Gen'l Com maiding Div. of Potomac, Dlv. f. c. 303 Maryland Ave N. BL, Washington, D. C., writes: I really feel that I we it to you to tell you of having b a cured tf indigestion and catarrh by Feruna. I improved while taking the Int bottle. Ws keep it In the house and use It as a tenle as well as for cold I would not be without Peruna, aa It was my salvation." Vet Union,. Restores Appetite. D. RHOADS, a proto-lneInsurance man of Pa., writ as follows; heartily, and unreservedly wish 1 to give my endorsement to Peruna aa a catarrh ear that lk not approached by any other medicine, at least in my and notobservation and expert ing what it hM dons for members cf my fkmlly, "It crowning virtue,') after Jt haa cured toe catarrh, la as a tonic and restorative ef appetite, strength and, good spirits." , ordinance unreasonable. Stomach Trouble Fourteen Yearn Mr. Albert Christian, R. F. D. No. Temporary Injunction Issued In Favor 2, Box 82, Llndley, N. Y., writes:. of Detroit Street Railway, 1 waa sick for fourteen years with Detroit, Mich April 24. Judge my stomach and back. HjCf of tha Swaa, of the United State district time I could scarcely wore, and I court, oa application of to Dgtroit would have vomiting spalls for weeks United Railway, issued a temporary at a time. I have paid out hundreds : injunction today restraining this city of dollars for medicine and. doctors. from enforcing a aew ordinance designed to prevent th overcrowding FOUND DEAD IN AN ALLEY. . of street cars. Tha ordinance resarvt on sevquires a twenty-aeconFort Dodge, Ia., April 24. O. H. eral lines during tha rush hours. general agont of tha AmThe Detroit United Railway declares McCaffrey, Life Insurance It cannot fulfill tha alleged unreas- ort a Independent company, waa found dead la an alley onable ordinance. la to center of th city tola morn PETITION OF 20JXM. Ps-ru-- EE R. SAMUEL nt Lass-down- en, . , 1 d Salt Lake, April 24. Three boys who names are Morris Zelglsr, Eugene St. Clair and Jbhn.Oblad were each fined 6 by Judge Go wan In toe Juvenil court yeoterday afternoon for Sent ta tha President In Bthalf of Chao. Anderson. riding their bicycles oa the sidewalks. Th fine was suspended In each cbm Kansas City',' Mo.. .April' 24. A peduring to good behavior of toe lads. Willie Smith, aged 14 years, waa tition' to President Roosevelt, containplaced on probation for stealing bot- ing 20,000 names, king that he par don Charles W. Anderson, was fortles from n saloon. warded today to Senator William Ware Lilli Edgar, 11 years of age. NP also placed under probation and giv- ner at Washington. This hugs appeal en on more chan to behave herself. haa been prepared since last Friday Her mother was In court end pleaded when Anderson, a respected business for th girl to hoop her from being man, ws arrested here and returned e--nt to Ogden the Judge decided to to the Federal penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth from which he escaped gtv htr onother chance. sight year ago. yet I was running down until J 1801, when I got a bottle of Pma and took that, and sin tost 0 l have been wall, and a work aid I know that Psrana Is what vsd ap Ilf. 1 recommend friends." Peruna to 8 ing. Th body waa lying fees ward with tha head half buried k pile of ashes. Tha skull had tm badly fractured. Thera was ao Mto in to dead mans pockets aud h supposed that robbery was thi to tire. Itching, to retiring skin eruptions, disBingham, April 84. A Greek sec lion figure, annoy, drive one wild. Doans hand was killed In a peculiar manner Ointment brings quick relief and lasthere thin morning. Ho was working ing cures. Fifty cents st any drug at a point on too Copper Belt line, store. about 600 feet from where the Utah WON BY VELOCITY. Copper company to digging with steam shovels. The miners put In a heavy plant of powder aad set it off. Tho City and Suburban Hindi p far SJ000 usnat explosion and cloud of dust reSovereigns. sulted. Suddenly the unfortunate Greek toppled over between the rails London, April 24. The city and suand when fellow workmen reached burban handicap at Epsom today was him found that a rock, not much larg- won by Velocity. Larin was second er than a man's baud, had fallen and Succor third. Thirteen horses squarely ou tha tod of hla bead. HU started. nkull was crashed badly. Dean Swift, the winner of tho city and surtturban last year, waa tha favGREENEWALD APPOINTED. orite, but was not placed. Velocity won by three lengths. Salt Lake, April 84. J. A. Greene-walDanny Maher rode Slave Trader, C. the well know furniture man, S. Newtons entry. and former captain of the 81gnal The City and Suburban handicap la corpo, and afterwards lleutenaateolo-ne- l of 2,000 sovereigns for of toe First Intrantry, was appointand waa aboflt n mils aad a quarter. ed today, by Gov. Cutler, inspector-gvnera-l on Ms staff, to fill the vacancy caused by the promotion of Inspector-GenerE. A. Wedge wood to be adjutant general. Mr. Greeuewald will have the rank of colonel. al Salt Lake, April 24. W. H. Armstrong. who lives 80 miles north or Terotna. Nevada, had his tog broken a few days ago by being kicked by a boras. The Injured man rode the long distance to the railroad station, over the roughest kind of roads, and waa pis d oa board tha train bound for this etty. Arriving here, he was placed in toe Holy Crocs hospital for treatment and ia doing well under the circumstances. ARCHBISHOP New Grloans. La If You Want Health GET BACK TO NATURE rCRIFY THE BLOOD AND CLEANSE THE SYSTEM WITH BLENK. April 24 Before a distinguished representation of the Roman Catholic hierarchy of the United States, including Cardinal Gibbons, two archbisbopa aad sixteen bishops. Archbishop Blenk ef New Orleans was today Invested with the pallium. This insignia is tha official recognition by to church of the archbishop's stwmion to tho functions and authority of the late Archbishop who died during the yellow lover epidemic here two year ago. The ceremony took place in the old SL Louis Cathedral, where various Important events ia Archbishop Blenk' career have transpired, sin ho lived in this city ts a boy. The pallium was brought here from Rome. Ita sacred Import waa described by Archbishop Qlennon of 8L Louis, CUa-pelt- MANNA an The Great Herb Tonic. It is made from the medicinal Herbs, Fruit, Leaves physical their Flants of the Bible, used bj the ancient Egyptians, a race noted for Tones the nerve, perfection. 'Contains no alcohol, opiates or mineral poisons. Accreates appetite, cleanses and regulates the stomach, liver, kidneys aad bowela. cept no substitute. At Ail Druggists OUR NEW SIZE fl-0- 0 v A Saving to the People. The patent medicine Industry h 1 tremendous ring tor tho people. cnabl tho householder to push a useful remedy, together with 4bw tian aad other madias! advtes, it a t far bffiow tha averaga pries di dootor'a visit. Like tha ah factor, ton. wagon factory, aad to skxbhf factory. It lowers the pries st th an time it perfeot the prodaot Tha patoat mediate h lssss abl families Car removed frost d tors, to avail th smart vs of to n 1 advlc at specialists, aad to pert by their favorite prsoertptioaa All this ia brought ta tha horn for sn fraction cf to amount it would sttere wi coat to people. KILLED AT BINGHAM. PAINFUL EXPERIENCE. I 50c and $1 Per pottle BOTTLE CONTAINS A FULL MONTHS TREATMENT.