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- THE MOKNING EXAMINER, blows down and th ton of a farmer named Ml and a tenant named Nri were killed. There were no lew than ten tornadora reported In the north Texas tornado belt today, tne greatest number ever known In one 4V-- Th la enormous, but the property death Hat 1 unusually emalL ka SUSPECTS LANDED IN JAIL. Men Believed to ha Onyx Bank Hold-Up- a Arrive In Salt Lake- - Salt Lake, Map . Captain John and Sheriff Quigley of Pocatello, arrived bar at 10 o'clock thle morning ban Pocatello with two prisoners. John McTrruaj and Frank Williams. Office re and priaoaera were net at W cu tickle rant palate with O. S. L. depot with tha patrol the complete Uu of choice aprlas aad fouatala 0017 wagon and Officer. O. C. Brown tablaa, freak at tuen. moraine- - Aliu aa assortment of fruits newspaper Sheriff Quigley aad Captain A laa Una of Imported aad domeatie left Pucatallo at I o'clock this Thaaa feacy groceiV. atapla aad and shea tba unto Uaa waa' Ufa morning and S will pour piotaag goods took reached. Captain Burbridga to system. poor via and vigor charge of the priaoaera. At MeCammoa Sheriff Quigley conveniently mlaaed hi traia back to Pocatello and concluded to come oa with Captain Burbridga. GROCERS. The priaoaera objected to being Bath Rhanoa HL 2394 Wash. Av. brought out of Idaho and declared they would not come without requisition papers. They came Just the B. BurbrUg nr Bur-bridg- T.BJvans&Co earn. Both pri sonera were Identified by Bartender Tom Needham of tha Onyx Bank. The prLoaar Williams declared he had never boss la Salt Lake before but hla collars showed the Tiej laundry mark and la hla posse ashm waa a new black tie, beariug the auirk of a Salt Lake firm. Wkea going late Jail Captain called the name "Williams several times. When the prisoner e suddenly turned around, Captain remarked: "You haven't for gotten your name already, bare pouf to which the man did not respond, but turned red la the face aad hung aaadf Doat hla head. that aaw Haraaao The statement that the third mna Brink poa can't afford k till poo had been captured near MoCammoa Wo aall chaaca. aa tafw a at glvm tor pooda, aa old fashioned appltoaeaa. la act true. The fellow, described aa the man with piercing black eyes, escaped but left hla effects at the hotel tu MeCammoa. to nada from tka W, of laathor la Pawnbroker Market aaw the priaBlaa-katmaaoor. tha moat workmanlike oaera this morning but would not any Hatton, Whlpa aad avorytktog positively they were the men who a hona avaor needs. purchased black caps from him two days prior to tha robbery ati holdBur-bidg- o Bur-bidg- HOW ABOUT w All Our Harness a, J.C. Platt Saddlery Co. lemons Oranges up. Chief Sheets Is of the opinion that the right men art lu Jail. He said that ho has seen the big fallow on the streets here, and that the small man's face looked familiar. . "DOCTOR JIM'S CASE. Dates Bananas Ns Fine Red Apples a GROCERIES The Best on the Market Prompt Deliver y E. A. OLSEN 22S9WMh(UmAc. auli Trial of ths Nefarious Card Sharp Was Postponed Until Juno 24, , Salt Lake. Map .'Jim" Donaldson, tha earfi player, wants Larry OBrien aad Jack OBrien to testify as witnesses for him la hla approaching trial for conspiracy in defrauding tha McWblr-te- r brother out of thslr money la tha famous Antler rooming house robbery, hla trial uu today continued until June 14. District Attorney Loofbourow opposed tha motion to postpone, urging that the defease had shown a reasonable grounds for concluding that It would be euier to produce tha wlt-a- t ths fall term of tha court than bow. Hla light waa partially aa tha heat that the defease could do was to gain a postponement until June 14, when they sought to have It go over until ths September term. At the same time tha hearing of Attorney Newton, before Jostle Bishop, on the same charge as that for which Chief Sheets wu given u hearing, was postponed until next Thursday moral lng, no that there waa no progress mad today In reaching a final settlement of tna caeca of those men who mixed In the McWbJrter affair. l, Oerfa Ranaa Nowmaa C. WARDLEIGB T1AN0S ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCBANDISE Violins, Guitars, Aceordeoas,' Ban Jo, Stria pa. Latest Publication of Sheet Muaic. tha Wondtrful Plpa Orgaa. Salt Lake, May 6. Frank Jonas, son of William Jones, died Mark's hospital at 4:11 this morning, as the result of a toll from a motor car at Garfield at 3:30 Sunday morning. The hoy had Jnat gone to work far tha smelting company ou Thursday, and Saturday night at IS o'clock waa changaj to tha night ahllt and started to operate the motor car on the high line. II got along all right until abont S o'clock, when something happened to the trolley and the car would not work. The young man got out on top of the car to try to adjust tha trolley, ud It la presumed, lu hla efforts to make tha repairs, ha got bold of tha lira wire and received tha entire quantity of electricity carried by It He fall (0 feet to the bottom of the trestle, alighting on the hard rocks and earth tha be- Cheyenne Wyo.. May that at lut the murderer ord murderers of George Terry, a Shoshone Indian, are known aad will be brought to Justice. A week 140 one Joki IficAdftxu, kimicu confessed that ha and a half-casother killed Terry. One of the men brother-in-laalleged to ho Implicated la a of tha dead man. McAdaai baa barn brought In from the rests rvatlue, but has completely gone back on hla former statement aad now denies all knowledge of the murder. He do1 not claim not to have made a confession, but says he dose not know why he told the story that he did. However, he la being held, and the men named by him as being aeeeasorlrt are to be arrested and called to account. A special agent of the department la on the reservation Investigating tha matter. George Terrys father is Joshua Terry, a whits mao, residing lu Draper, I'tah, while hla mother was a Tha sou waa bora squaw. ner Fort Bridger some 5 years ago, but waa roared In Salt Lake county. He waa possessed of much Intelligence and acquired n good common echoed education. Twenty-fiv- e years ago George Terry vent te reside oa the 8hoehooe reservation, believing that he had a mission to perform among hla mothers people. He accomplished n very commendable work among tha Indiana of that section and for years was a recognised leader. Naturally, ho mads many cnemlea, such being man who were Jealous of hla success and not In 'sympathy with hla civilising methods. Ikaae were doubtless tha persona who finally accomplished hi death. Last December Terry waa placed at tha head of an Indian delegation that had been selected to go to Washington and there place before the president a number of grlerancee that the Indians claim sd to have The night against the department. before the proposed departure of the committee, a loot council was bald la which George .Terry took n prominent perk On his way home from the meeting' Terry was waylaid and murdered. Not content with killing the men, the assassins terribly mutilated the body. The widow, who like her husSboahoaa, band, waa a brought the remains to Utah far burial, and tbe funeral at Draper waa largely attended. lieved half-bree- t, w Sho-shou- e half-bree- d For a mild, easy action of the bow- els, n single does of Doans Regulate la habitual Treatment cure enough. eonatlpatkm. II orata a box. Ask pour druggist for them. MECHANICS TO GOING tS7l Waahlngtaa Avanuc. OGDEN, UATH, CRUSHED UNDER CAR. Joseph Edmonds Losea Ufa Whlla at Work In Eton Quarry, & COMPANY 155 25th Street Men's Furnishing Goods and Notions of all kinds Fancy Cash Groceries Wines and Liquors 8 alt Lake, May . Joseph Edmonds, of No. 1174 South Fourth But street, waa run over ana instantly killed by a atone car at tha Portland Cement Quarry In Parley's Canyon fft 11 oclock yesterday morning, while attempting to more the car from one loading point to another. The atone car waa partially loaded and was on the down crude. Edmonds went to the front end of the car to release the brake and allow the weight iff the car to carry It further down the track, where more ntoue was to bo. loaded. It L believed that Edmonds foot slipped. Hla fellow workmen heard hla cry In time to sec him pitch headlong In front of tha moving car, and n moment later Mb lifaleu body rolled from under the rear end of th car. The front and rear trucks passed over the body. DEATH OF PIONEER. It tha time to ardor your SPRING AND SUMMER Our goode are now lu and would ha pleased to bsvs you call lu fa eat them. We also do repairing, cleaning and pressing. J. SIS 24th E. BOLSTAD at Phone SOAK. Balt Lake, May 6. Mrs. Mary E. Shurtliff, widow of Vincont Shurtllff, and a pioneer resident of thla city, la dead at her home, 131 East Fifth South street, thla city, the demise occurring today from general debility. Mrs. Shurtliff was S4 years of age, and was loved and respected by a large circle of friends. Her husband preceded her Into the eternal world some years. The funeral will te held from the Eighth ward meeting house, Wednesday, commencing at 2 oclock. The remains may be viewed at the late residence from 9 to 10 o'clock on the day of the funeral. Ten Tornadoes Reported. Fort Worth. Texas, Cellna, ROOMS. IDITORIAL Independent Fhene MB Fhon, two rings JUSINEtg OFFICE Independent 'FheneBell Phone, ana ring ...... .Ns, Na IN NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS la auk-lu- g complaints regarding ths delivery tha Examiner of do so direct te cir- culation department, ud not to earners. Any subscriber falling to tbe Examiner will eoufer a favor by calling No. id either phone before lam. . LAMAR NELSON, (Signed) Circulator. J. Waah Young of Salt Lake City was lu Ogden yesterday 00 business. George Fasten, manager of tbe Pacific hotel at Evanston, Wyoming, la aa Ogden visitor. 409 Twenty-fift- eL h A telegram wu coaL Slades' Phones. reoeivwd In Ogden effect that Billy yesterday to tbe Finucane, who la to meet Dick Hyland her on the ITth of this month, had left Cor this city. The clever little Irish fighter Is la good condition and will not require much training to give Hyland a run for hla money. t Malan Transfer Co. far storage of all kinds Our specialty la moving pianos, furniture ud office fixture. Be th TO BE ISSUED Ava.. far Granite Ba Parry-Duff- y ument. INSTITUTES Go ud 2253 Waah. Marble Mon- Yesterday afternoon another pocket-boo- k wu found In the flushing box of the toilet on the second floor of the Healy House, it bad evidently been throws there by robbers who bad "touched up" some me at th Union Frofaaaora and Other Warning Against Participating in Political Movements. The Simla, British India, May schools and colleges which ara affiliated with tha University of Calcutta have become such hotbed of political reagitation that tha government solved to take drastic action. A circular has boon sent to tba university, college and school authorities, prohibiting th participation of professors, teachers or paptla of the higher educational establishments lu political and notifying tbe unimovements versity that, unless It oarrlea out tla duty in oontrolling th affiliated colleges, all the government scholarship endowments will ba withdrawn. Labors, British India, May 6. The Hindu outbreak at Rawalpindi apa pears to have been The mission well aa buildings were the special object of the fury of the rioters. An attack was made upon tha American mission church, the mob burned the T. M. C. A. ball, looted and damaged the bouses of the missionaries and violently assaulted native Christiana la the streets. A riotous outbreak under the leadership of Hindu students has occurred at Armllnar, about thirty miles from Lahore. Rawalpindi la a station of the United Presbyterian church of North America and wn established in 1866. In 1901 there were throe missionaries with their wives, twenty a Sunday school, college an orphanage and a hospital at Rawalpindi. The place la also a sttion of the women's missionary society, having one missionary, two native worksix placet of ers, six worship and one Sunday school. n s. Texas, a farm May 6. Near house was A COUNTRY GIRL." Glorlana! theater Only those at goers who were in attendance A Country Girl,'' given by the Augustin Daly Musical company at the Grand last night know what absentees missed. Unfortunately enough the absentees were In the majority, which la rather a sad reflection on the discriminating taste of Ogden'a music and theater loving public. Seldom ts an opportunity given to hear a better and more evenly balanced chorus, prettier and daintier gtria and Diner singing principal. The comedy element of the production waa a scream throughout aad gales of laugh by Many te be On ef the Greatest Readers Before the , American Public Today. Tbe large audianoe that Hateoed to tbe reading of Klgbfe Dream," by Mr. George Riddle, of Her raid, last evening, witnessed on of the finest demonstrations of tbe dramatic art that baa over been given la Ogdaa for some months. Tbs Mature waa tha tenth aad dosing number ef th exceptionally strong eowra given under the auspice of the Weber 8uk Academy. Mr. Riddle is a master in th art and his powers aa a dramatic reader are almost boundless. Tbe commit! have arranged far a return date with Mr. Riddle for next Wednesday evening, when he will road Victor Hugos traditionary story, Lucresla Borgia." a lUtae Lun Uvea Bronchial Tubwwi Kidneys aad Bladder. rvoaa TreuWan, Bl VUaa DaaeTp?,t? tala aad all Band Trouble Tape Waam, Blood Pnroaia 1? eauaa. town patellar I ffeaex ANY FB1YATB fo op MSN quickly awed to stay sure aad advtw Is FRE3. Came a "tea tea CuU e write. DR. ESTES, SPECIALIST Office beam, 19 a. as. I I at 94U Waaktagtaa Are Block) Oadea. Utah. Butrouaa Beam IE Remember the sag Will Be Realized w IF YOU BUY A. RACYCLE BEEN E ELEVEN ITALIANS MUBT ANBWER FOR CRIMES. Wllkeabarra, Pa, May 1 The seelthe Black ed verdict of the Jury Hand" case was opened to court this morning. Eleven of the defendants were faud guilty as Indicted ahd tw acquitted. Th principal charge ww the blowing up of th home of aa Italian named Rlasa because be refused fa give money to aid the Black Hand Society. The penalty to two years' imprisonment. The Jury readied the verdict 8atur- j day night. When It was reed today counsel for the convicted men mad motions tor a new trial. .Judge Balaey aid be would bear arguments ou the motion next Saturday. District Attorney Salbuiy said that th prisoners would be tried oa two other chargee againat them, dynamiting aad attempt to kill. POINTED PARAGRArno. No man ever lauded a particularly easy position by trying te dodge work. Almost every man Imagine he would do a lot of philanthropic stunts If be bad th money. Why Is It that the people with nothing te do but elt around and visit are such dreadful boreaT Boms people imagine that by being fenpudent they are showing others they are aa good aa anybody." When a father and son are. In business the son caa usually tall of a lot of mistakes his father makes. Almost any married man caa mako kla Mauds smile by saying ba la perfectly free to do as bo Wbea the carbolic add bottle finds itself next to the cough medicine oa the abolf. Death stops sharpening Us acythe to kaa back aad ba marry' pie. Atcfalaoa Globe. Checkmate. Chackmater represents "shah mat!" "th shah Is dead." Shah," to fact, depot entered our languago long ago via Arabic and old French, arriving to tha Have your Panamas, Straw and Felt Cbeea" is really Hats cleued and blocked. Phone lad. farm of check." aad .tha cry of check," kings, Globe 113 25th. 447, Cleulug Oo, Cheek means yeur king la to danger, Mrs. Jams Flood ud family of hence the verb and subatautiva check" in an their Kagllak meaning Ban Francisco arrived la Ogden lut check," which was originally tha night In the Flood private car on Southern Pacific No. 4 and departed counterfoil of a bill that served to on Union Pacific No. 4 for tha east chad;" fraud; 'checkered," from the aspect of th chee board, and exO. E. 8. member, Attention You chequer," from the checkered patten are Invited to be preamt at conven- of the tablecloth on which tha ktoga tion of Grand Chapter of Utah, May accounts wars kept wKh counters. All 9th and 10th, at 10 a. m. these wo owe to the Persian aoves-alga'- s titte'Loodon Chronicla. Marriage licenses have been issued to Archie Clifford and Eva Campbell, The Bosnian Roasting Jaok. . of North Ogden, and Raymond Smith A curious variety ef tba old fashof Brigham City and Alice Jonea of ioned roasting Jack to used by the Hooper, peasants of Bosnia aad Hertegovlna A petition for the appointment of wbm sheep whole, aa oa the an administrator bu been filed In the occasionroasting of a wadding ceremony. On matter of the estate of David Brown- often ere near a running stream a ing, deceased. long polo having mi sod revolving Removed. J. A. Beltier, Jeweler, freely la a socketed peg, while the from ISt 25th St. to 170 25th, Major other, overhanging thb watar, to equipped with miniature paddles. , Thla la Drug Store. the Bosnian roasting Jack. Tba sheep A petition from the Utah Light A to be cooked la Impaled on the log; Railway company to have dismissed a fir la lit underneath, and while the suit Instituted by the company the current aptoa tbe paddles and tha again! J. H. Bennett without cost to poto merrily round the Mg Joint la the detendut, hu been filed. . cooked It terally to u turn. Wide World Magastosi Kathryn Shurtliff lisa commenced action for divorce from her husband, Why 8 ho Woo Fleoood. W. J. Bburtliff, on the grounds of Tea Did Mr. Borem over call, aa desertion and Tbe couple were marital Nov. 3, 1905, at Welaer, you? Jew Yes; ho called last availIdaho, and It is alleged that Shurtliff ing. I was quit delighted when the deserted hla wife Oct 6, 1906. Aligirl brought up bis card.' Teas Oh. mony ud the coats of the action are com now. You weren't really delightalso asked for. C. R- - Hollingsworth ed? Jew Certainly. You ace. If aha represents the plaintiff. hadn't brought up hla card I might bare gone down to him, thinking it Removed J. A. Beltaer, Jeweler, waa some one Press, from 121 25th at. to 170 35th. Major Drug store. Suited Ftr Something. Your little boy may become presiMrs. R. Alexander Grant was tha charming hostess at a "Five Hun dent some diy." drrd" party, at the Reed yesterday afI hardly think so. Archibald la tw ternoon In honor of Mrs. H. H. Spenmodest and retiring." cer. After a pleasant hour at cards, Oh well, be may get to ba vies the guests repaired to the Reed cafe, where a dainty repast wu partaken prerident." Philadelphia Bulletin. of. Prizes were awarded Mrs. A. P. Tka largest graasboppere are found Hlbba and the guest of honor. to South America, where seme spaci-men- a reach a toagth of fir Inches, Judge Meughu of Logan will hold court lu the U. S. court rooms May IS. kith a epread of wtogw of ten iachoo. r BICYCLE Also we want your KODAK bnainesa. Fall line of EASTMAN & PREMO KODAKS and all nuppliea for the amateur. Spring 1b here and yon will want yoor bicycle put in order. Onr repair department haa been enlarged and prices are right. T. S. HUTCHISON 806 TWENTY-FIFT- STBEET. H The Electric Flatiron t makes It possible to do aa iron lag to from time than la say other way. . one-thir- to d leu oue-hi- THE OLD WAY Is using th old method the oa stove, and th ironing board as poaslble Iron had to ba heated oa tha Utah. waa located aa tor from tbs store oftea la another room. It waa necessary to maka a from tha atov each time ths Iron waa chaagsi. R -- trip to aad took ooualdanbla time to hast tha Irons at starting and It wu am CoaaldaraU aary often to watt whlla tha Iroas war, heating again. Urns ww tost to eloanlug th Iron, aa referred to la our prariou talk. THE HEW, WAY Th etoetric flatinto la boated by tha electric currant right at, tha plao whir It Is need. It beats up la thro minute aad 1071 hot aa long w th currant to left ou. No cleaning Is uscaaury. ' THE SAVING , It Is auy to aoe tba great wring In time effected by tbs nu sf tbs electric flatiron. In caw th Ironing by hired kelp, this economy will often mors than pay far tbs current used, inf su -- a how much botheration and trouMo la- - saved. Watch for our SPECIAL ELBCTBIG FLATIRON OFFER. Utah light-an- d Railway Go. JESSE J. DRIVER DR UGGIST This is the Place to' Buy Your Drugs, Guaranteed First-Cla- ss and Strictly Pure , Prescriptions Carefully , Compounded 2273 WASHINGTON AVE. Every dement ; skessary for, the development of bodily vigor aad endurance is fonad in correct pro portion in the sods cracker. non-suppo- rt - Jr1 Your Expectations They Had Blown Up the Hem ef Countryman Whs Refused to Give Them Money. Charles Fournier, who left Ogden for Ely, Nevada, over a wrack ago to look Into soma good mining propositions, hu returned to thla city with a number of fine samples of ore, obtained from a property that he baa hla mining opUca on. CAUSES ORDERS TO EDUCATIONAL APPEARS BEFORE LARGE AUDIENCE AT TABERNACLE. Believed " Partial list ef Diseases Ctrti A N 69 foil- - Madam Cures when eSMuftatioa for uy Chreaie ar aatare. Every ease guarantee READER B1 M Doctor Estes Specialist DRAMATIC GUILTY Na. No. . ol 1901 7, GEO. RIDDLE, EXAMINER TELEPHONES transfer vans. Leave orders far a, Now ter swept the house aa Sam Co Ulna cut capers and mimicked everything and everybody lu hla inimitable w y- would eeperflue, Superlatively the show lu describe probably th main. With a chorus of about forty. Ineluding aweat voiced principals, then appeared to be abopt pa siany on th stage aa there ware la the house. A notional) feature about the musical eomedy was the commendable absence of anything It was clean throughout aad the girie presented a chic aad yet modest appearance. The performance went with a vim and snap from the rise of th curtain and all went home satisfied with the knowledge that their ears had beard the harmony of sweet sounds and their eye had area the harmony of beautiful atage pictures, without a discordant not la the grand ensemble. It la to bo regretted that apace does not permit of ext ended review of th work of the principal characters lu tha musical comedy. A hurried glance down the Uat of nanuw shows that the following are worthy of special mention: Melville Stewart, for hla fins atage presence and pleasing voice; Saa Collins, far hla exceptionally clever eomedy work and versatility of action; Kalian Moatyn, for kla clever facial expression as tba Rajah of Bhong; Mary Qutvo, aa A Country Girl," for bar clever acting and fins singing; Lasra Butler, far her statuesque farm; Viola Kellogg for her clever dancing and noting, and Genevieve Finlay far being tha embodiment of physical grace and beauty. The latter has all the voluptuous eymmotery of outline which la characteristic of th Oriental whom she deplete. She Is also blessed with a voice of eseeedlng sweetness of ton quality and groat range. The company appears tonight la "Tbe Clngalw," of which Salt Lake papers have spokes la the most complimentary terms If you era going to more he Malan, FRISCO. Jersey City, N. J., May I. A Lehigh Valley train of five ooachea and a combination car left hers at noon today carrying ISO mechanics whose destination waa said to bo San Fran-MsoTh sign "Ban Francises a peel al wee displayed at the end of the train. HI TUESDAY, MAY . below. D0I0T0 I. It is Bey Who Mat Fatal AeeldsM at (tore Raid Succumbs to In Juris. at-St- Saa of George Terry nr Murderer Known and Will be Arretted. FRANK JONES DIES. Bran Organa h H. M'ADAM CONFESSES. OGDEN, UTAH. iscuit is the perfect soda cracker fresh chan, wholesome, with all th. aiipt flaky goodness preserved. f In dust tight. taoistun proof paekagts. ' NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY .