|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE MORXIXG EXAMINER, r amuSEMENTS. Bier's Big Show 3J-PE0- th Great Waiters Msl-h-y fM HsI the King of Cattle Ring 4S CnNn -- Ntors, Dutch KISH. Irtahasan chiMUHM Is the Camady Portt. 20, 0c, 76c. only SATURDAY. PRICES I UTAHN A theatre III changes Every Saturday Mat-Irea- . Tm Petfarmancaa, 7:90 and M SVEN i NOS Dally. Eaaapt Sunday, at :80. MATINEE " 10e PRICES MATINEES 100 10o AUDITORIUM SKATING M.LE Opea Every Evening ' s Including Sunday' Ladies admitted baa. Gants, lie, akaten m TVVy,1 The Place m m m lie. mmmm for Select People WORK PRAISED FEARED HANAN best-know- e, s, Mo-Knig- EXPERT FROM CHICAGO SPECIAL MISSION. ON A ta Study the Methods Employed in Commercial Class of the High School. Orders far Storage Coal Are Turned Down by the Big Ceal Companies. d w . . Ogden Laundry 417.25th S: Turf Exchange """ " aMBs fwggggaaaaf 324 TwekAy-flft- h St Ctlifomia 525 wng and Eastern D,rct wire for all events. MITCHELL for Mor ,,t "Me BROS. arrlred and gr Don't h ,U,f art lai u n BIG RESULTS offers the ease of softy pliable leather and the elegance of The coal dealers of Ogdea are somewhat disturbed by the threat of tua railroad companies to blame them for coal shortage, if the people go without coal next winter. (foe of the ooal men aaya he has had aa order for 4,900 uni of storage ooal placed with tha DiamondvUte Coal A Coke Co. sines March HI, and n faw days ago iwooivad aa naawar to the effect that the eomptuv has oedaro ahead that could not ha filled la four months sad tha storage order eon Id not be given attention axoopt In lu regular order. Local dealers, easing a shortage ahead, are ready to reseat any attempt to place the blame span them, for they have all planned to store soil If they can get tt. so tar they have bets te keep np with regular orders. Mr. Deusch, representing Powers Lyon, publishers of commercial text books, is hare making a study of the commercial work la the Ogdea high schcoL Hia firm was advised by E. G. Cooley, superintendent of the Chicago schools, to visit Ogdea In order to obtain an Insight into tha bast commercial school work tn the Tutted States. Professor Conley la directing Mr. Deusch to this city, paid a high eompttmant to O- - J. Stillwell, aaytng he would be pleased, were It possible, to place Mr. Stillwell, wire la toe ae-thof tha commercial work la tha high school, tn full control of nil similar work In toe Chicago schools. Mr. Deusch, after spending a few hours at tha high school tola mornmethods ing, said Mr. Stillwell's would revolutionise commercial methods la the school of the country U his Ideas could ho put la practice elsewhere. smart styles; made permanent by the very best material and skilled workmanship. MONTELLO SALT CO. SOLE AGENTS SUMMER STRIKE UST CALL in K7 EXCURSIONS Via Colorado Mislead Railway. City of Mexico, May 1 to T, Juaa I to 14 and IT to July 1L Round trip, $69.11. Long limits. 27 to 80, Eastern Excursion--Ma- y One tare plea $2.04 Juaa I. 7, IS, for long Hailts. Stop otots. Other MO0 1. WORKERS ARE WAGE INCREASE. RSma cheep rates during too summer. Writs L H. Harding, Salt Lake City for parL. H. Harding, Ooaarel ticulars. Believed That Telephone Companies Will New Fallow Example ef . . Light Company. CONSULTATiON FREE IVa Gumnmmtoe Epoody nmd Abmo-lui- m IVo Aooopt Curmm In C AgeaL MAKING A RECORD Tha ' Utah Uffht Railway company and tho Electrical Workers Union reached aa agreement yesterday tha company granting tha man toe wage Increase naked for. namely, foremen to he raised to $5 per day, linemen $4.50. The j) resent seals la $4 for foremen and $3.75 for linemen. Former Congressman B. H. Roberta, to whose efforts The settlement of tho street ear alrikfc was largely due, was also tho mediator In the case of toe electrical workers. A hundred and fifty men are affected. It la beliavad that the Ball and Independent Telephone companies will now ranch aa agreement with their man Mao. CARD CF THANKS Wa desire to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to nil those who so willingly naalatad and for tho many kind dseJp shown during the illness and death of our beloved non, Floyd. Ws wish to thank Bishops Mo Quarrla and Wotherapoon and to members ef the Second Ward choir, toe former for the words of comfort and the latter for the beautiful mualo rendered at tha funeral services, also for toe floral offrringa. It Is cur earnest prayer that they all receive tbs seme kind treatment and words of consolation during their hours of sorrow and trouble. MB. and MRS. T. J. FOSTER. SONG SERVICE imi mmgm Frank L. West of Ogdon at tho Hoad ef University Athletics. ' Dr. Elliott, across the street from 2356 L West, aon of Joseph West, of Ogden, entered tha Chicago University, taking up mathematics, chemistry and physics. In the surly summer of last year. It waa his Intention at that time to remain only for too summer school and than a farther east, either to Cornell or Johns Hopkins at Philadelphia. Upon the conclusion of the summer school, however, the pro feasors under whom ha had studied, discovering that ha wan an exceptionally good student, prevailed upon him to remain at Chicago, where on tha first of tha year ba waa mads assistant teacher of phyalcs sad given charge of the experimental work of too laboratory at a good salary, with free tuition and a twelve-hou- r study period besides. When tha spring contests in tha gymnasium ware on, to determine who was tha bast athlete in tbs university, and also to select tha bast six to represent tha college la Its Intercollegiate meets with tbs nine lead, lag universities of the middle west, known aa tbs big nine, Rank West was But only selected aa one of toe six but was declared, by a lead of one hundred points above hia a ext competitor, to bo too best maa In their gymnasium, and for tola was awarded tho university medal and bad hia name Inscribed on the college banner aa Its champion. One of tha Intercollegiate meets haa already taken place la which four of the leading unlversltlea participated and too Chicago University took first Frank old stBd now at t I bare some unusually good bargains to offer If you'll speak quick, and if you are desirous of owning a home of your own, I will make the buying easy. Look over Ibis list of bargains and see If there ia not Hornet bing that interests you. a bouse on Nob Hill; baa f 1,600 for a No. 1 barn; good brick chicken house; genuine . . a, m bargain. bouse with bath, pantry fl,G50 buys a nice , and Improvements; well located; worth investi- gating. two apartment house; rents for 2,500 for a 30 per mont. frame on Patterson 'Are. 61,300 for a new brick cottage; haa pantry 61,900 bays a 12-roo- m and bath; well located; easy terms; speak quick. modern house, built of pressed ; 63,700 for a in best residence district of the is the and brick, city. If yon want to get a really nice home at the price of a small cottage Investigate place. Professor Cbtrlss Kent and some of TARIFF. his pupila will give a song service, Sunday evening, at toe Methodist Chief Customs Concessions Mads by church. Twenty-fourt- h street, comUnited States, mencing at $ p. m. Program, Berlin, May I. According te tha 'Content, (Parka), Prof. Kents Lokal Anaelgar, which la probably wall MMe Chorea. Informed, too chief customs cones Just Beyond, (Parke), C. 8. Mar- dons muds by the United States la toe new Germsn-Amcrica- a tin and humming chorus. agreement are: There Is n Green Hill, (Gounod), Tha export pries, aot too market Nellie Keddlngton. value, will ba takes aa toe basis of Duet "Lead Kindly LighL (Lana appraisement In toa case of foods exlag), Mrs. B. Thomas and Melvin Pet- clusively Intended for export or which erson. art raly put oo the home market la limited quantities. Statements as te Aria, (Mosart), Alvin Keddlngton. Rock of Ages, (Remlck), Edna the cost of production will la future Morris. only bo demand'd from consols when "One Sweetly Solemn Thought, tbs customs authorities especially re(Ambrose), Robert Adams. quest such statements. Tho importer will not have to a The Close of Day (Parke), Prof. Kents Ladles Chorus. pear personally before a consul for Where la My Boy Tonight, (Snapedal reasons. Invoices can be endorsed by n conky), Charles Croarton. The Power of Song, Rev. David sul at the place where the contracts are made. Crane. Duet I Will The power of a eonaul to demand Thro, Magnify (Marsh) Laura and Florence Beclea. that Invoices bo sworn to Is abolishtho The Mighty Deep,. (Jude), Carl ed and In case of Weenie. proceedings shall he In the presence Trio May the Wood," (Sehlea-lnger- ), of the parties interested, or their Nellie Keddlngton, Edna Mor- representatives. ris, J. R. Rigby. Hoaana, (Griensr), Melvin Peter-ao- Wsshington Avenue. If ItsReal Estate YottWanty I HAVE IT d GERMAN-AMERICA- : WKammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmme' Any claim owners who have wot obtained their stack must apply la per sow at tha office of Magtnals and Core, Bccitw Bldg., Muis Saturday night, a tha books win then ba returned. D. 8. CLARK, Trustee. OF THEIR SHOE CO. DEE-STANFO- RD un-sb- lo SETTLEMENT GRANTED STATEMENT A BLAMING THEM. Camea ELECTRICAL RESENT DEALERS . - 74. i THE cow-bell- ? arorssreesmc-.ww- COAL IS u Ogden Steam 5 OGOEN ARE . Oet acquainted with the Ogden waa Laundry today. Delays are serona. Many opportunities that wld prora virtually gold nuggets" people hare clipped by owing te May or hesitation. Drat let thl aoe to antraat your with a laundry poeeeaalng launderingtaclU- unequaled for turning out your work prompt v and satisfactorily slip by any Ipn-- . Bogin today favoring us with taw bundles iimi; OF SHORTAGE OF - Band by Nichols MAY ERIDAY, ARE AT Leo Camp, school teacher, was arraigned at Morgan Wednesday before Judge Howell on fbe charge of adultery. The owreapondent In the case la said to fee one of the school trustees of the dlsulrt. Camp was held to the district court and brought back to Ogden far safe keeping In the NORTHCHANGING THE OGDEN county jail. WESTERN TO ANELECTRIC LINE James B. McCracken la in Ely, Nevada, looking after mining Interests. Patrick Maxwell Takes Charge of the Reconstruction of the Road Lindsay B. Hicks, 'the miner who te the Springs. was catamhed IT days la a mine near Bakersfield, Calif., last December, accompanied by his private secretary, s Patrick Maxwell, one of the Charles Chance, paaaed through Ogthe foramen West, la railroad den Wednesday afternoon hound for tho east where Hlcka will consider a has taken charge of reconstruction Northwestern number of proposition for stage en- work on tho Ogdaa railroad and yesterday, in charge gagements tendered him. of a gang of aevoaty men. ho commenced activities at North Ogden, reBalt By stipulation Wednesday the with now, adding fish Lake and Ogden Ball way company set- placing old ties too rails and digging tled its cum against tbs Henry Wag- plates, bonding With holes. this Urge force, Mr. post ner Brewing company la Balt Lake. Maxwell t transform too to expected The action was filed by the railroad for trolley serNorthwestern Ogdon company to condemn n ovor a lot on Third West atroot be- vice within thirty days. As soon as the line is open a regular tween Seutb Temple and North Temschedule will be announced for the ple streets, which the railroad com- summer. Owing to tho attractions to pany wanted to enlarge Its yards Tbs bo at tor Utah Hot Springs, Price paid far the property waa not careplaced will run until Uta at night. mentioned la the stipulation. Manager Bhealy has anooesded in conresort into first-clas- s putting Governor Cutler, aooompanied by dition. the sanitarium It is considAa a Rev. P. A Stmpkia and Dr. T. & Beat-ti- ered to any health retreat In the was In Ogden Wednesday, Inspect- west. equal Besides cementing the large ing tho buildings and grounds at both and enclosing It with a reo f, many the state industrial and deaf and blind pool have been constructed for small schools. The visitors ware Impressed specialpools purposes Hotel aooommpda-tlon- a with the need of new dormitories at and excurhave bean the Industrial school and tho Indica- sions will be runImproved during the summer. tions are that the money asked for this purpoee will be allowed. MET BY CAY CROWD Commissipners Neill and Knapp win arrive la Denver next Sunday for tho County Reecfldar and Bride Receive a purpose of mediating between the Rousing Welcome Homo From Denver ft Rle Grande railroad and Their Friends. Ita trainmen who have disagreed over the question of n sea is. It la expectEly News: County Beoorder Will ed that conferences win begin the McKnlgbt returned to Ely last night Monday after the arrival of the com- with hie bride, formerly Mlaa Grace missioners. Bhelllm, of Ogden, after a honeymoon tour along the Pacific ooast from PortC. W. Kotina. superintendent of land to Ban Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. transportation of the Bents Fa rail- McKnlgbt ware left at Cobra Monday road. has bean promoted to the offlar night, and telegraphed to their friends of assistant to tho aeoood here that they wore delayed n day on with headquarters at Chicago. their homeward trip. The- position la a new one. Tho many friends of the young poo-pi- e Mr. were disappointed because of their connew will his la Kotins, position, tinue at the head of the transporta- non arrival at the time scheduled, aa tion department. plana which bad bean brewing for two weeks to make their welcome one that The Fifteenth Infantry, now In the would never be forgotten, were likely Tt was suspected Philippines, have been ordered to to be disarranged. Fort Douglas, Utah, next November, that Mr. and Mrs, McKnlgbt, to outwhen Its service in the Inland will wit their friends, .would come Into end. The seound squadron of the Ely. on n freight train, when they ware ahd thus defeat the plana Eighth cavalry has been ordered to not expected, had been laid for their benefit Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo., at once, and that be' on the But aide, the troop F and G, Fourth cavalry, have friends toassembled at safe the passenger been ordered to Fort Yellowstone In station last night to great them. The July. moment they alighted from the train, were met with n shower of rice, they Yesterday the doors of the from the bands of folly fifty thrown h meat market on Twenty-fourtwho bad been In toe young people street were found open and the plot. lights were turned on. It in supposed The blushing bride and the backthat daring the night burgle ri entered ward bridegroom wree surrounded sad the shop and were careless In covering escorted to a back, which was gaily tar of rork. their the trues np decorated for the occasion.' Streamers as can ba ascertained, nothing waa of whits the carriage sad floattaken. The city la about freed of ed from draped back of the vehicle. The the cracksmen the activity of the po- horses were dtoo rated la a similar lios force fa capturing three bad char- manner. The orchestra which had been acters has put n damper on further for the guests of honor connight work. There are a number of prepared of melodious which sisted suspicious mm under police surveil- dangled from the axles of the back. lance, however, and the force b on the Mr. and Mrs. McKnlgbt were placed alert1 for the unexpected. In the carriage by their friends and ware started toward their new home. Members of the O.A.S. are prepar- The driver had been given hia Instruo-tion- a ing to attend the army encampment In advenes May 1C, at Balt Lake. Friday night - "Home, said McKnlgbt ' to too plana will be perfected for the excur- driver.' sion which will ho ran from Ogden. . Sure," said the driver, but . V and bis bride ware given anA. B. Stephenson, general manager other surprise. Instead of n quick and of too Montana division of too Ore- peaceful journey to their home, too la in Short hair-raisiLine, gon Ogdon today. driver gave them a ride through Aultman and High atreeta and A pedal train of seven cars, car- the other principal thoroughfares, adrying Shrineru from Montana, paaaed vertising well their return. In the evening n larg inrongh Ogdea yesterday at 6: ft of an rout to Loa Angelas via Hasan. small boys gave tha bride and bride-grooMinn and Tonopah. for several days a charivari. McKnlgbt disspecials will arrive containing Shrtn-ar- e persed toe crowd by giving toe ringon their way to toe pilgrimage at leader a $30 Mil. The charivari broke Loa Angelas. The party that passed np In n scramble for possession of too through this morning traveled In banknote. sumptuous style. The train oonalatad of n buffet, dining car, three PullRIAL ESTATE TRAljiftBS The mans and two baggage cars. Montana hand was with them. Tbs following warranty deads were The county jail la becoming the filed with the county recorder yesterhospital for numerous transients that day: have been found recently In R. B. Lewis and wife to F. F. Bond, places of toe county. Wednesday part of lot 6, block 29; consideration, Charles Stephenson was picked up by $1,000. Deputy Ritchie near Weber river in J. C. Creer to J. J. Walker, part of the neighborhood of Mnfriottavllle. He section $4, township 5; consideration, nothwaa Illy clothed and resembled $3,800. ha did a wild man. A. 8. Condon and wife and Earn ing so much It In thought by the manner In which Richardson to Charles Creighbaum, he actg that he la jncntally unbal- part of section 11, township 5; conanced.' This afternoon another man, sideration, $1,600. claiming to be n veteran of toe war, was located on DON'T EXPERIMENT. street. He had Just Twenty-fift- h from a coal car and was so You Will Make No Mistake If You black that It was with difficulty he Fellow This Ogden Cltizan's waa recognised as a white man. He, Advice. waa to the taken jail, oounty loo, where room Is at a premium. Never neglect your kidneys. If you have pain In the back, urinary, non of Charles disorders, Carl, toe youngest dlxzlness and nervousness. bn yesterday at Its time to act and no time to experiAverin, was operated 12 oclock; at the Holy Cross hospital, ment. These are nil symptoms of kid3alt Lake, for appendicitis. ney trouble, and you should seek n remedy which Is known to cure tho EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA. kidneys. Doans Kidney PUla is toe remedy 19th. 26th te May Daily, April to use. No need to experiment. It has cured many stubborn cases In Ogjgjan to Baa Frauclaco and reden. Follow tho advice of an Ogden 130.00 cltlxcn and be cured yourself. turn (direct )gden to San Franclsoo and reJ. H. Winslow. Sr.of 2146 Monroe turn (one way via Portland) .$42.50 avenue, Ogden, Utah, nays: If I bad known of Doan's Kidney Jgdea te Los Angelas and return via. Southern Pacific ..$10.90 PUla sooner, tbey would have saved re-- me many days of suffering, but I am :gdaa to Lea Angelas and tarn via. Salt Lake Routs . . . .$31 AO thankful that I know of them now. reFor four or five years 1 have gone igdsn to Los Angelas and of kidney comturn (one way via. Portland through all too tortures $53.40 Sometimes 1 was no bed that and San Francisco) plaint. Tickets good to return until July IL I bad to have two cones to crawl around with. My whole back would opovers allowed. ache with pain and X could not move without sharp twinges and excruciatSIO REWARD ing catches. There were plenty of Inor toe arrest and conviction of nay dications to show that the kidneys for the secretions arty or parties stealing toe Ogden were disordered, lime-like sediment I showed a. heavy audanl or the Morning Examiner. LAMAR NELSON, Circulator. could not rest either day or night. Doan'a Kidney Pllla which I procured EXCURSION TO m'eXICO CITY. at W. S. Bsdcons drug store corrected the whole troube in n very short time. I cannot find word to show my appreDally, April 29th te May 17th. ciation of tha remedy. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Via Uaira Pacific. $69.15 round trip. Oo., Buffalo Icksta good to return until July 3L cents. Porter-Mllburtopovsrs allowed. For further par-- ' New York, sole agents for too United culars see ticket a grots, Ogden Union States Remember tha name Doan's and or A. B. Mosley, Traveling take no other. Passenger Agent, Ogden, Utah. -- Nw roof, new floor, everything tetter than ever. hsic SEVENTY HEN SCHOOLS BREVITIES right-of-wa- SALE CAT OGDEN', UTAII. N m : i tbia I have so many nice homes at this price that I really can't do justice to lbem in an ad. Call 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 term. REMEMBER, that I am making terms so easy that its an eaay matter to buy a home; start now; youll regret It if you wait. 2,500 GEORGE A, HORN REAL ESTATE THIRD FLOOR FIRST NATL BANK.1 - n. Consider too Lillies (TopUff). Kathleen Fltxpairick. Nearer. My God, to Thee. (Parka), Prof. Kents Male Chorus. Accompanist, Hop McIntyre. The public la invited. The foremost temperance workers agree that the use of n tnildf stimulant like re beer, does not create an appetite for strong drink. TROOPS CO THROUGH Pabst Bine Ribbon Beer has the lowest percentage erf alcohol of any beer, xnd the highest percentage ef real, nouriahing Colored Cavalrymen Bound far Philippines. Eight Hundred The Ninth cavalry, consisting of colored troops, 900 In number, passed through Ogden yesterday la special trains of Pullman care va route to the coast where they will embark for toe Philippines. Since leaving Fort Sheridan the men have been traveling in firat-elas-a style- - A dining car Is Mr tached to each train. The horses belonging to the company are la special care and receive extraordinary care aa trying trip tbey have a long and ahead. Recently severM companies of soldiers have passed through the local yards on their way to toe Islands. Nothing significant is nttaOhed to thed moving of the meh ns they go to other companies whose headquarters hare been moved to other parts of Uncle Sams possessions. euc-cee- food. The Electric Flatiron mm Twenty-fourt- h lsaa THE OLD WAT THE NEW WAY The electric flatiron la betted by tha eleetrio current right at the place where It ia used. It heats np ia three minutes and Maya hot aa long aa tho currant la left oa. No claaaiag la necessary. THE SAVING ' ft euy to see the grant saving ia time the electric flatiron. In case tha Ironiag la Tha Pabst Brewing Process is based on practical, healthful principles, and gives ta Blue Ribbon Bear qualities most desired from temperance sUndpoinL F. J. Klesel 235 ahaK la ming the oU method toe Iren had to he heated on tt Utah ea stove, and to Ironing board waa located aa tar from the atav to make a m possible oftau ia another room. It waa nemaaary two waa ahangaS. R each tha time stove toa from and to trip took cona Id treble time to heat to liras at atarttag and It waa naea aarr often to wait white the Irona were heating agilur Oonal dentate time waa loot ta cleaning toa lira, aa referred to In ear trwvtona talk. affected by toe no ef dome by hired, help, tola a $ to nukes it possible to do an ironing la from oa time than in nap other wop. Co.. St., Ogden. economy will often more than pay tor tha current used. And see how much botheration and trouble ia saved. Watch for our SPECIAL ELECTRIC FLATIRON OFFER. Utah Light and Railway Co. STANDARD-EXAMINE- R K Both Phones IL Want Ads Bring Big , correspondent, $914 .