|Ogden Morning Examiner
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|Ogden Morning Examiner
i 4 THE MOUSING Mr. iBj Mr. F. X. Hes Wt verter-d- a fur Tjnng Bench. Cal., here Hen and children will spend the mer. Wc sell Portland Cement by the sack, barrel or car. We do all kinds of Cement work, Sidewalks, Foundations, The Wheelwright Const. Co. from the effects of diphtheria and confined te hi pneumonia. He w bed Saturday after refusing medical aid. The attark of diphtheria he thought waa only a cold. He was well known and respected at hia home town, where his parents have resided since the beginning of the settlement of Wert Weber. Funeral service will be arranged at a later date. Mrs. Reberka Thorne and children of Sunnyalde. Utah, who were in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. M. L. Wheelwright, are at present in Salt I .site City, visiting a sister, Mrs. Laura Uachlor. David Hickey, wheee appointment as district foreman of the Utah division of the Onvn Short Una, la mentioned elsewhere In thin paper, will leave Saturday for Salt Lake City to assume the duties of hie new position. The employes of the Harriman shops bore, where he held the Important position of general foreman, are preparing to give him a fine testimonial In appreciation of his meritorious work. We collected thl amount for Mr. John Swenaon of No. H Frankliu aveaue, Salt Lake City, Iron a claim old. Juat like finding it. 1 year will collect tome for you If you turn la your claims. - Merchants Protective Association geles. ! I RIO CRANDE STRIKE grand OPERA HOUSE Nortliwsetam Thestrical Auoolitioiii 4 R. ALEXANDER GRANT. Rss. Mgr. Direction TONIGHT! 3 tha Aster Theater, Direct From New York. Russell Annie (First appsarancs In thn West) at Wagsnhnla A Kempers toptndou Production of PUCK In MILE 1 MGai8 CREAK is produced at Dan Neuee Theatre, Isrlia for ever 300 Nlghta, and at tilt Aster Theatre, New York. Kbbyi xensational flying fairy ksl 1st. Original electrical effects. The Mendelaaobn Muale with ape-- , dal orchestra. 91.00, 78c, 50c. SEAT SALE NOW ON. PRICES: 91-8- UTAHN A THEATRE ft ft . ill Mat Changes Every Saturday Iraa. EVENINGS Two Performances, 7:30 and 9.15. MATINEE Dally, Except Sunday, ft at 3:30. a. ... MICE3 iif? MATINEES ..10c, 20c, SOe 10c, 20a a Dr. Powers raceivad a message from his wife today, announcing her arrival Railroad Calle Upon the Government at tha bed aide of young Dr. Powers, who is being cared for in a San te Prevent a Clash. Francisco hospital. Tbe young man Labor Commissioner Neill has re- waa severely bruised and otherwise ceived a telegram from Denver notl-ln-g Injured by being thrown from a street him that the Denver A Rio car in rounding a sharp curve. rande Railroad company has Invoked Retail lumber merchants of Ogden the Erdman act for the settlement of a dispute between the road and Its have received notice to advance tha ifre of all gradee of building mateemploye!. This act constitutes the labor com- rial 32, $2.60, $3 and $5 per thousand. missioner and the chairman of the ln The new sohedule will become effectorstat Commerce Commission as me- tive May 1 and represents an Increase diator between railroads and their over the prices that prevailed in Janemployes If they find themselves un- uary ef more then an average of 93 able to compromise their difference!. per thousand feel. The suoceea of Mr. Neill and ChairIn case of public support, four band man Knapp, in settling the dlfflcultUw between the several western roads and concerto per month will be given by their employe has had the effect of Nichols organisation of musicians durbringing the statute Into favorable ing tha summer. To enoourage tha band invoked and aid In keeping it before the pubnotice, It having been recently r lic, the Weber ekib has pledged its In five cases moral support as well as $20 per mnath financial support. PreparaMany Ills come from impure blood are being mads by Prof. Nlchola Cant nave pure blood with faulty di-- tions a aeries of concerto to commence deetion, liny liver and sluggish bow for ela. Burdock Blood Bitten strength- aa aona as the weather conditions will ens stomach, bowels and liver, and allow. purifies the blood. Ernest Fulmer, altos Blaisdell. alias Ernest Fuller, alias Albert WanUelgb, CHICAGO. IN COST OF ICE was arrested in Ogden by L. H. Smith, United States marshal, TuesConsumers will Be Supplied at 9L50 Deputy on an Indictment charging him day, a Ten. with forgery and with cashing a postal money order bearing a forged signa24. of The ice Chicago. April prlcea ture. The young man waa lodged In will aummer he lower this in Chicago Jail. On the way down the la the last few 'yean. Ice com- fromcounty aaya the Tribune, he Ogden, new panies art now making up their officer bis Intention of the to schedules to be sent to customers next pleading guilty to the Indictments week. It la said they will show reduc- found against btm aa tha easiest and tions ranging from 10 to 40 per ernt most direct way out of a bad acrape. In larger amounts ioe may be obtain- Ha will probably be arraigned in a low as is 13.50 aa it predicted, ed, ton. Last yaar it coat aa high as $6. court today. The smell buyer will get his lee for DAMAGE CASE SETTLED. aljput 37 3 cent a hundred pounds. Last fall it coat 40 cent and in certain sections of tha city aa mueh aa 60 Forty-fiv- e Thousand Dollars Paid to sad 0 cents. a Brakoman. d SUMMER EXCURSIONS AUDITORIUM ROLLER SKATING One Week, Commencing Monday, April 22nd RAY AND PETERS Via Colorado Midland Railway. City of Mexico, May 1 1f 7. June 7 to 14 and 17 to July 11. Round trip, 360.15. Long limits. Eastern Excursion a May 27 to 80, June 3, 7, 13, 14. One fare plus 33.00 for long limits Stop overs. Other cheap rates during tha summer. Write L. H. Harding, Balt Lake City for parL. H. Harding, General ticulars. Agent WM. tha Worlds Boat T. STEAD AT YALE. Band New Haven, Conn., April 24. At the conclusion of hia addreas kut night at Tale under the auspices of the Tale Law school political club on the peace propaganda, Wm. T. Stead of London made a plea for the appointment of a committee of under graduates to take np tha matter of getting the university's endorsement of the peace pilgrimage and of collecting funds among lAdlti admitted free. Gents, lBc, a kales 25c. Dean Henry Wade Rogers, who presided, would not permit a vote to be taken and explained to Mr. Stead that Trick nod Fancy Cyclists 7 evening, including Stew roof, new floor, everything etter than ever. Basic by Nichols The Place for Select People the student. at miscellaneous gatherings of this kind it waa the unwritten law at Tale that no endorsement should be given to any project, either by voice, vote or resolution aa such a gathering In no way represented the university. SIO REWARD For the arrest and conviction of any or part lea stealing tha Ogden 5 arty taadanl or the Morning Examiner. LAMAR NELSON, Circulator, DROUGHT IN CUBA. a Havana, April IS. The drought and there Is no cessation in the hardships endured. Everywhere in the island serious conditions are faced because of abnomal meteorological conditions. From - Santiago cornea a report that the source of supply of the waterworks has dried up and that there is much suffering In consequence. eon-tlnue- MITCHELL PON BROS. MONUMENT. rioads iron" s in of ,Uct from agents, ti. !.t,huy lua commissions OrE? Vrt U W itowcefOT mitert. them. Decoration OPPOsrnB QTT FISHING BOAT MIMING. Harbor Beach, Mich., April 24. flaking boat Searchlight of this Is missing and la believed to sunk in, Lake Huron last night her crew of six qua. . The port have with ELY HANAN SYMPTOMS MANY. GIVEN BY 8t. Lotus. April 24. Nothing ha dona at much io arouse the people of Si. Louis as the immense number of parasites or tape worms that am being removed from individuals by a preparation known as Coop er'a Naw Discovery. This preparation is beina introduce.! In this city for the first time by L. T. Cooper, the young philanthropist, who ha made and la making a fortune by its sale. The medicine is prepared at Dayton, Ohio, end to sold for various forms of stomach trouble. It la bow being sold In 8L Louis hi such enormous quantities, as to have caused a by general discussion physicians throughout the city. Cooper elalme that much Buffering is the result of tapeworms, and stated early during hia visit that tha creatures were responsible for fifty par cenet of all stomach troubles. This claim seems to be verlfieed aa fully one-haof tha individuals who hava taken this preparation hava ebeen relieved of one of these creatures. A reporter who speaat an hour at Cooper's headquarters, secured statements from a number of people, who brought one ef the creatures to the The following young man, y eater-day- , are aome of theae statements and are similar to ail tha rest: Mr. Chas. H. Must, living at 4081 Easton Ave., who brought with him a tape worm about fifty feet in length, when questioned, Hid: l have barn In poor health for eight years I have attributed it to my stomach, although I waa aot certain Just what waa tha matter with me. I felt dull most of the time and tha hist, exertion tired I had a very Irregular appetite always had a coated tongue. I was troubled with ahortnesa of breath, headaches, dirtiness, sleeplessness and would see specks before my eyes If I stooped over and raised up , visit with the family of her brother Janies Ballard. Mtua Ballard was former Ogden teacher sad has a large circle of friends In this pity. Of late she has been keeping hooka la her brother's business house in Los An- Fifth Floor Commercial BIIl, Salt Lake City, Utah. Some People Don't Like Us." Francis G. Luke, General Mgr, TALK lf Mlsa Ella C. Ballard, whose home la now in Loa Angeles with J. Frank Ballard, la in Ogden on a throe weeks' Scientific Coflectors of Honest Debts THE New York. April 24. Attorneys for the New York, New Haven A Hart ford Railroad company have agreed to pay Harry Munro, a former brekeman, $45,000 for injuries received by him January 11, this year, while be waa working for tha company, Jos. A. Shay, attorney for Munro, brought eult for $100,000. Tha complaint said that Munro, whila at work on the top of a freight train, caught hia foot in a hole on the roof 9f one of the cara. He waa thrown betwaen the cars, hia right arm and leg rut off and the fingers of hia left hand amputated. When the case waa called for trfal yesterday there was a consultation with 8. W. Taft, attorney for the railroad. and then Mr. 8hay announced the settlement. EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA. quickly. "My worst trouble was that WHY THE JAPB OPPOSE The Playing ef Selections far the ado Opera. Mik- Chicago, April 14. Consul Selxaburo Shimizu, the Chicago representative of the Mikado of Japan, yesterday enOgJen to Ban Francisco and redorsed the action of tbe British govturn (direct 930.00 ernment la It that Ogden to San Francisco and reany navy play selection from the turn (one way via Portland) ..$42.60 "Mikado" during the coming visit to Ogden to Loa Angeles and reof Prince Sanducru Fushlml, turn via. Southern Pacific ..$40.90 aEngland cousin of the Emperor of Japan- Ogden to Loa Angeles and retitle of the emperor Is one of "The turn vim. Salt Lake Route ....931.60 aaid the consul. "The comic dignity," Ogden to Los Angeles and reMikado la anything but dtgnl opera turn (one way via. Portland fled, and naturally we, as a nation, and San Francisco) 953.40 a regret that the Japanese execuTicket good to return until July tl. feel tive should be pat In a light of frivolallowed. Stopovers ity. Of coarse it ia not a serious matter, bnt the British government showLESSON IN ed a kind conaMeration in ordering Jit anything that might create any Ten Per Cqnt Inc re is and Tan-Horeflection on tha dignity of the c order-forbiddin- perora title Providence. R. I., April 24. Announcement of a ten per cent in crease In wages on a has la of a tea-hoday, to go Into effect next Sunday, was tbe made today by management of the Rhode Island company, tbe corporation that operate practically all of the street railway Udm la the state. This increase will be shared by 615 metormen and 698 conductors. General Manager Potter said: "Tha raise to granted tbe men without any request having been made by them and would Indicate that the railroad management is able to daaf more liberally with its employes wherfc B0 unionism exists, for tha reason that It la not obliged to bold back at all time as a matter - of trade." ur nir-thln- g be omitted. "You eee, the English speaking people are a little advanced ia their ideas of humor, la Japanese much, might be taken aa aerion that the Americana woum call bunmr. The Japanese do not favor the idea of continually being set forward in tbe light ef acrobats and NSnki Poo actors. Wo would prefer Intelshowing that we are advancing lectually, In buslMea and a a gov--I eminent." GOVERNOR'S MOTHER DEAD, Lincoln. Neb., April 24. Mr. Law non Sheldon, mother of Governor L. Sheldon, died at her home at Xobaw-k- a last night, aged 73 years, She had been IU with pneumonia for three weeks. Much of the time Governor Sheldon wu at her bedside. Ne- rales ru tha Nevada North-era- . secured through the instrumea-Ulitof the Weber club, have been announced by general manager sad vice president, L. O. Cannon, who ia epeudiag the day ia Ogden with hia family. Secretary Reynolds of tha club received a list of the eomaaeditiei on which the rate haa bees lowered ad will take stops to acquaint tha business menof tha city with the naw schedule effective between Ogdea The new v smart styles; made permanent by the very best material and skilled workmanship. and Ely. Manager Cannon stated that for tha convenience of the traveling public, mileage books have been adopted by kto company which will reduce the round trip rate betwera Ogdea sad Ely $3.30, a consideration that will do much to promote business rela- i offers the ease of soft, pliable leather and the elegance of SHOE CO. DEE-STANFO- RD SOLE, AGENTS r. tions. Other changes of Importance sad ef inlereet to the public are about to be made by the company. The list of reduction and articles which are effected by the change are given below. In a number of inataacea more than fifty per cent reductions have bsea made, while the entire change wtlj average more than thirty-fiv- e per ccut: Old Rate New Rate. Per 100 Iba. C. Lk Par 2 10$ lbs. C. L. ' :l FREE We Guarantee Speedy and Abo-iut- o Cure In Caeee Wo Accept CONSULTATION I seem- ed to lack all ambition and It was difficult to attend to my business aa I always felt tired even after a night's sleep. My mind seemed dull sad sluggish moat of the time and I had difficulty in remembering. I hare had headache a great. deal and I have done everything possible, but could get no relief. "I heard so much of this man Cooper, that last Wednesday I bought a bottle of hia preparation. I did not uae it tin yesterday when I took two doses of ft, and about two hours ago a parasite left my eystem. 1 know now what made me feel eo badly all these years. I coo alder this the most remarkable preparation I ever heard of. lit haa mads life worth living for me once more and I am very thankful." The statement of Mr. William Bracken, of 720 Morgan SL,- - waa as follows: "I had suffered with stomach trouble for three years. I was not sick enough to be In bed, but Just felt bad all the time. My greatest trouble waa that I always felt tired, would get np in the morning feeling as tired aa when I went to bed. 1 had a very Irregular ap petit a and was troubled with dlxsy spells. If I stood for any length of time 1 would have a dull pain in the lower part of my back. ( was nervous and felt all the time ss though something terrible waa going to happen. My memory has been getting bad during the past year and my eyesight la ant as hem aa it was. I have tried many kinds of medicines but nothing ever helped me. . 1 had about given up all hope of ever being in good health, again, when I heard so much of Cooper and de elded to try his medicines. I bought one bottle of hia New Discovery, It is called. I took Just three dnsea of the medicine and this tapeworm, which ia over seventy feet In length, left my ayrteem. 1 never suspected that I had this thing. I feel better already and believe I will get back some of the fimh I ad lost during the past few yeara. I would not have that thing in me again for a thousand dollars. These statements and others like them go far toward accounting for Cooper's immense auecess here and elsewhere. So far every claim made by the young man seems to have been verified. Daily, April 26th to May 19th. Day In Providence. SHOE NEW SCHEDULE IS MADE PUBLIC BY RAILROAD. Caoper Claims tha Monster Worms General Manager L. G. Cannon ef vada Northern i Building Cause Majority of Stomach Troubles Up Hi Read. a For John Swenson OGDEN TO parasite at the residence of Chari aa Zeimer, $10 I PEOPLE cum- John Telford, aged !! yearn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Telford, of West Webt-r- , m., died yesterday it T 2476 Washington Ave. FROM Mi. lieorse H. Buchnell. bookkeeper at the Sidney Steven. Implement company. and lAura ElUwonh. ateno-- 1 rapher at tha cam. place, a ere married in Sait Lake yesterday, witnout the knowledge of their friend in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Buahnell will remain in Sait Lake for twe weeka be-fore returning to Ogden. Basements, etc. AMUSEMENT. APRIL 23, MOUND CJTYlRATES LIME? WHY USE THI'HSAYt VTAII. OGDEN, EXAMINE!!, SUIT FOR Drs. Elliott, across tbe street from old stand 2356 Washington Avenue. $2,299 now at I Brought Against the U. P. Railroad and Superior Coal Company. Actfoa to reoovrr $2,291 baa commenced by. William T. Gilman, through the law firm of Maglnaia A Core, against the Union Pacific company and the Superior Coal company with headquarters at Superior, Wya. A complaint waa filed with the county clerk yesterday. Gilman alleges that owing to the absence ef houses and suitable quartan for tha miners employed by the Superior Company, ha entered luto an agreement, March 10, 1906, with tha Union Pacific Company to ran a boarding house for the purpose of supplying meals to tha workmen at the rata 4 twenty-fiv- e cento per meal per man. To reciprocate, the company consented to supply Oilman with water at twenty-fiv- e cents per barrel, from the mines. To enable him to operate hia hotel, the Union Pacific company, whore Intercut a are alleged to have been the same aa those of the Superior company, agreed to supply him with eatablea from its storehouses, at tha prevailing market prioa. When Oilman asked for an accounting after the eeal company had been given over to the undivided control of the Superior company, be waa told, ao he allege, that he wag In dr bled for supplies to the company In tha sum of 63.999.76, and that the money due him from the miner for board would Just abopt balance tha account It ia further alleged that no account a waa kept by the company of the received by Gilman and that It haa refused to aubmtt an llemlaaj Hat of the commodities sold te the hotel. If Its Real Estate You W ant, I HAVE IT I bai'e some unusually good bargain to offer if you'll apeak quick, and If you are desirous of owning a home of your own, I will make the buying easy. I)ok over tbi lint of bargains and m if there ia not something that interest you. house on Nob Ilill; ha 2 lot, a 6 1,600 for a Xo. l barn; good brick chicken house; genuine bargain. house with bath, pantry f 1,650 buys a nice and improvements; well located; worth investigating. two apartment house; rents for 62,500 for a 630 per mont. frame on Patterson Ave. 61,300 for brick cottage; lii pantry 61,900 buys a new and bath; well located; easy terms; speak quick. modern house, built of pressed 63,700 for a in beet residence district of the and is the brick, want to If. get a really nice home at yon city. the price of a small cottage, investigate this. 62,500 I have eo many nice homes at this price that I really can't do justice to them in an ad. Tall and let me show you my list. I also.have some nice places for those who want to raise poultry and fruit, and still be near town; reasonable in price; easy terras. TIKMEMBER, that I am making terma so easy that, it's an easy matter to buy a Lome; start now; you'll regret it if you wait. m m 12-roo- a.7-rbo- m . aup-plic- TILLMAN WAS VEXED. Because Massachusetts People Weuld Not Ralso Tholr Hands. Northampton. Main., April 24. Just before the concluslonrof hia lecture in the Academy of Music last night. Senator Benjamin R. Tillman of South Caroline asked for a show of beads ro from thane who believe that the waa not tha equal of the white man. There wm no response. He then asked Jbr a similar vote from those who of the believed ia the supremacy whites, and a few hand were raised. Mr. Tillman concluded by attacking those present for their failure to respond to hia request oooooooooooooooo TALES TOLD HERE. Some remarkable stories are being fold of this simple home prescription curing rhea mall era and Kidney trouble, even after the moot noted health resorts failed Bo give the slightest relief. Here is the preecrlptioo and directions for taking: Mix by disking well In a bottle one-ha-lf ounce Fluid Extraot Dandelion, one ounce Compound ComKargon throe ounce Sarsaparilla. Syrup pound Take aa e dose one toeepoonfal after meals and at bedtima. - No change need be made la your1 usual diet, but drink pies-,- t of good water. This mixture, writes one authority, haa s peculiar tonic effect upon the Kidneys: cleansing the clogged up pores of the eliminative tissues. forces the Kidneys to site and strain from tbe blood tbe uric acid and other matter, overcoming Rheumatism. Bladder and Urinary troubles Is a abort while. Every prescription pharmacy can espply the Ingredients, which are easily mixed at bom. ' There Is no better blood cleaealng agent or system tonic known, and certainly none more hsnnleee or simple to uae. o o o o o o o o m GEORGE A. HORN REAL ESTATE THIRD FLOOR FIRST NVTL BANK. ram JESSE J. DRIVER 'I o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o; o o o o o o o o o oooooooooooooooo Wishes nis Many Friends to know that he is still in business, and nicely located at 2275 Washington Ave. You are especially invited to call and see him at his new ovation. STANDARD - EXAMINER. Want Ads Bring Big Results i j I !