|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE MOUSING EXAMINE!!, ' attorney I PETITION OF Granite? Buy Grey Why when You Ca n Get German White Porcelain For THE OGDEN Less Money For one week we Mill fell following articles at unheard of prices: f 1.A0 Water Bucket 12-Qua- rt Tea Pot . . Coffee Pot Preserving Kettle Preserving Kettle Preserving Kettle. 10-Qua- rt 35c 3 1-- 2 . .75 .65 .65 .35 .35 .65 .85 1.50 , Pint Double Bice Boiler. Double Bice Boiler. . . . 1.50 .65 .80 WHEELWRIGHT BROS. II1ERC. CO. 65c GRAND Directiea Nerthwestern Association. . ALEXANDER GRANT, Ra. Mgr ijinnn TONIGHT THE SENSATION Of Paris ZOO Of Berlin 100 Nights. Klftits. Of New TorE 100 Nights. Charles Frohman Will Prsssnt OTIS SKINNER Success and Important Drams of Mod- In tb, International Most ' e Cdkhier Ralph E. Hoag, of the Utah National bank, received an appointment yesterday by the governor, to tba stats board of accountancy, a new board of examiners crested by ilia recent legislature. Pursuant to an order of equitable distribution, issued from the district court, in the case of Sidney Stevens vs. M. B. Buckmiller, two pieces of land in City Park addition were sold a this morning, by tbs sheriff to Stephens, a defendant in the case. The purchase prices were fir $00 and $2,050. Zel-phi- The wifa of Alfred H. Lindquist, formerly of this city, died yesterday at her boms In Pocatello. 2360-237- em Times Two trains carrying Bhrinen er route to the east from Loe Angeles reached Ogden yesterday and lefi A Play That Interests Both Church-.- . at 6:12 and 6:1ft. They form the ad Offends men and Atheists and vance number of apeciala that wil None. pass through Ogden loaded witl Shrlners. The 32 bodies that wen 75c, 60c Prices... 12.00, $120 taken out of the wreck, east of Lu SALE. . NOW SEATS ON. Angeles, ars scheduled to arrive to day. i i"rFive men were arrested yeatei day in accordance with ths plane oi the department to capture the Proud The average yearly salary paid to fit burglars. At present there is no ' evidence against the men, but all sus- the 136 teachers Including principals, Direction Northwestern Thaatncal picious characters will be taken into high school, grade and assistant teachAMOolatlon. ers for the present year is $196.65, or .ALEXANDER GRANT. Rsc. Mgr. custody pending Investigation. $36.04 per month on a basis of twelve per year. Ths average for the Louis Potter has gone to Seven months state of Utah on the same basis for to the Nevada, investigate Troughs, all teachers is $40.67. MATINEE AND NIGHT. . merits of that camp. The average living expenses for the school year ending July 1, present been decided has that It definitely compiled 1907, have been carefully LOOK WHOS COMING Ogden with Salt Lake will form a from sent in by all the actual cycling league for the coming season. teachers of reports the City, and are as folHarry Hesgren accepted the offer made him Tuesday by R. A. Grant, lows: local lessee of Glenwood park, where- Board and room eessteaiiaoeee $300.86 1 i 4.60 by he becomes manager of ths races Clothing 40.28 Laundry master will of ceremonies. He and 8.84 ... Car fare AND HIS GREAT be given a sum of money to make up Books and 15.89 periodicals purses for each meet, and will take Church and charity 16.58 the management of the riders. It is Lectures and entertainment. . . 11.66 said that Hesgren has only one mo22.81 Insurance, interest . tive in taking control of Glenwood Educations Assn, and summer Utah. in the promotion of the sport Conceded to be 36.82 .n school i By operating two tracks the riders Support of those dependent. . . . 86.60 THE BEST IN THEWORLD will have an opportunity of winning Incidental!. Including doctor, mors money, so that world famous 64.21 dentist, etc, runners will undoubtedly be attracted Railroad PRICES: 12.39 tore to position to tba local track as they were two Night .. 25ete1Jo Matinee . . 2Sc to 11.00 years ago. Ths season will com$73083 Total mence as soon as both saucers can be Average annual salary of the 136 SEATS NOW ON SALE. .......... .$496.56 repaired and made convenient for the teachers public. As socn as It was learned In Average assistant grade teach432.62 Salt Lake that fleagren had accepted er's salary 234.27 the control of the track, rldera at Average deficit This deficit is mat by summer empresent located In Zion began signing contracts for the season, express- ployment, private resources and the ing satisfaction that the combination help of relatives. had been effected. The amount paid to 11 principals, Direction Northwestern Theatrical 96 regular 16 high school teachers, Association. Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, mem- teachers, 14 assistant grade teachera, S. ALEXANDER GRANT. Rea. Mgr. bers of the G. A. R. will present the a total of 136, this year ia $67,632. $922.27 High school cadets with an American Averaga principal's salary flag of special make one of the col Average high school teacher's 832.66 lection of flags In the possession of salary the organisation. At present the ca- Average regular grade - teacher's 432 A2 !. dets are flagless. The presentation salary ,...t will be made on the City Hall square Average assistant grade teach241.07 er's salary lawn. The boys will march in full For grade work, the loweat salary uniform, and will conduct "Old tbe hlgheat is 8596.00. Glory, to the high school. In con- paid is $270.00; sideration of the generosity of the G. Assistant teachers receive a minimum A. R.. the cadets will taka part in of $180.00; a maximum of $270.00. receive an average The Janitors Memorial Day exercises to be con And His New York Company ducted under the auspices of tbe old yearly salary of $573.00. $920.00 The flag will be unfurled Highest salary paid is Will Present Hie soldiers. Latest and 412.00 is Lowest paid salary mounted beautiful n from flagstaff Greatest Success Is Janitor' salary The average with a.hronxe spread eagle. $76.64 higher than the average of all the principals and teachers employed. Remuneration In Other Unas. WORKMAN INJURED officers County t ,$1,600 Clerk Fingers Caught in the Machinery of 1,000 assistants Three O'Nslll's Trencher. 960 Two assistants Prices 900 Thres stenographers 50c to 2.00 Treasurer the member of a Thomas Stevens, SEAT sale THURSDAY. 1.000 One assistant ... operating gang that runs the O'Neill 890 One assistant trencher, located on Jefferson avenue Recorder ,.G1,500 street, sustained and Twenty-sevent- h 1,000 One assistant a painful injury yesterday by hav990 aaslstant One In which chain a hand caught ing his Assessor macontrols a part of the ponderous I Assistants, per day chine. His companions secured aurgl-ch- i Sheriff l."00 aid as soon as possible, and 1200 One assistant I Change, Every Saturday Mat while aeveml of his lingers on. his 1,020 assistant One and lac960 Irts. right hand are badly crashed Two assistant none of them is ENINGS thought erated, it $1,500 Turn Performances, Attorney removed. to be will have 7!30 and 15-Physician - - Stephens was standing on a foot- Superintendent Infirmary 1,200 TINEE Dolly, Sunday, Ixc.pt when the chain slipped a cog board clerical help in court Extra at l;30. 3 and flew off. He lifted it Into posihouse, per day tion with his hand and was guiding Common laborer In Co. work, it back onto the wheel when a link per day 1,500 caught a stray end of his glove and Supt. Industrial School Into the cogs. 480 pulled his band Matron 1,200 schools Supt County 1 REWARD 840 Cleric Itching piles provoke profanity, hut Doan's and conviction of any profanity won't cure them. .City Officers 1.500 Ointment cures itching, bleeding or Recorder Stand.?? Parties stealing the Ogden 900 after years of sufferAsslsiant recorder . piles Eulhar. protruding LAMAR NELSON, Circulator. 1.500 Attorney ing. At any drag store. MAY lMll l(i, ATTACKED BY' 1.5 I"' Engineer 4.M Draftsman, per day ?" liuptc'.ors. per day 2.a Rod men. per day :ihi Chairmen, per day l.toO Chief Fire Department l Assistant I.1'1 Electrician 1.W0 Captain WHY .TEACHERS .ARE ASKING 9'c Firemen 12cFOR BETTER SALARIES. Chief of Police 1.2"' Captain 100 Detective . 1 .080 . Sergeant Present Fay Is Far Balew ths Stand... 96e Patrolmen ard of Other Cities A Comfnapecter Sanitary Is Mads. parison Street supervisor Common laborer in city work, 2 per day The Ogden Teachers 72n Association Janitor City Hall and the Ogden Principals' Association Salaries in an Ogden Dry Goods Store. n have prevented to the Board of S 6H) $1200 Book keeper of this city, 1200 petition, which Heads of departments ... 9(H) 960 Sou appear, ia full below, asking for au Asst, of Dept a increase in salaries for teachers next Sales people (Inexperi720 240 year. enced) The petition, which is preceded by Buyer 1.900 statistical statements comparing the Salaries in an Ogden Wholesale salaries received by local teachers House. with the salaries received by teachers in other Western cities where living expenses are about the name as they are in Ogden, was prepared by the executive committees of the two associations, and then sent to the different school buildings where it was signed by ninety-liv- e per cent of the teachers before being sent to the Board of Education. Salaries Paid In Various Trades. The statistics, contained in the petition. prove the statement made in this paper a few dare ago that local teachers are underpaid. Good teachers go where they can command the best salaries, and it naturally follows that unless there are substantial increases in salaries that the standard of instruction and efficiency of the city schools will be lowered. No successful and progressive for Sunday and (1 time over-timteacher can afford to remain where holidays.) the average yearly Bring expenses are 1730.82 end the average yearly salary In view of ths shore facta and in view of the fact that the teachers of 1486.66. As this average yearly salary, ac- Ogden are not able, under ths prescording to the report, includes prin-clpa- lt ent salaries, to earn the necessary Ur. and High school teachers, who ing expenses during these times of are paid considerably more than high prices, much less to find the school grade teachers, the great majority of meaue to take up summer city teachers must necessarily be re- work and lines of pedagogical improvements, ws ask that you carefulceiving very low salaries. Honorable Board of Education. ly consider ways and means to make Gentlemen: We, the underaigned substantial advances in the eateries prlndpale and teachers of the dry of teachers according to merit and schools, petition your honorable body position, all teachers being placed in to consider the facts and recommenda- classes, each class commanding a tions as set forth in tbe following certain wage. A maximum of 180 and a minimum of 40 should be estabStatement: Salaries of Ogden touchers compar- lished for all grade work graded up ed with those In the Western Section to as near this baste ae the money of the teachers' salary fund will allow. as given in the report of Commissioner of Education, 1904, Yol. 11, Pages PrinMpala should receive the maximum according to merit and position, Report of Commissioner of Educa- and also a fixed sum per room for tion, 1904, Yol. 11, Pages 2360-237supervision and management. 3 AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE Theatrical 9'1, Kdu-cato- Sauce Pans at same price as Preserving Kettles. These prices are subject to stock on hand, so we advise you to come early that you might not he disappointed. 40c treasurer Arsleiact Auditor Judge Municipal Court Clerk ......... .10 .50 .75 1.00 1.50 , Trtssun-- Viren? FEROCIOUS TEACHERS Regular. Special. No. 8 White Granite Tea Kettle UTAH. TlH'KsliAY, OGDEX. DOG W. J. SHEALY SEVERELY BITTEN BY THE ANIMAL. Bulldog Held on Until Strangled Forcing His Head Under Manager W. J. Shealy, of the Utah Hot Springs, was attacked by a powerful bulldog at 9 o'clock yesterday, and severely injured. After ike brute had bea driven off, Mr. dhealy was takes to the hospital where his wounds were dressed before he was taken hums. Thin afternoon the condition of Mr. SUealy Is favorable and so sorious results aiw expected. The dog In amid to belong to a woman living on Washington avenue, near Twentieth street. It is aa unuaually large bulldog, sad rushed at Shealy without wanting as h walked along the sidewalk near Twentieth street, near the Rapid Transit company power house. The canine fastened Ha teeth In his kg and .refused under punishment to release Its hold. By dragging the animal isto a tub t water close to tba sidewalk Mr. Shaaly succeed sd in loosening ths Jaws, hut the dog Immediately grabbed him. Twioe Mr. Shealy fell to ths ground but filially succeed'd in getting the dog's head Into ths tub, holdlug It there until the fight had been strangled out of the anlmsL An Intent Igatlox will be conducted by the police and the dog will bo killed. OFFICERS K. OF OF SHOE offers the ease of softy pliable leather and the elegance of smart styles; made permanent by the very best material and skilled workmanship. SHOE CO. DEE-STANFO- RD SOLE AGENTS NEW PERFECTION The Wick Blue Flame OU Cook-Stov- e Oil Stove C. The NAMED SEP- ARATE JURISDICTION. ef Membership ef the Knights in Those States Has Bean Rapid. toll without improved. Oil Stove IDAHO AND NEVADA WANT Growth exception yes-th- e old A working1 flame st the touch of the pense. nptch. "Blue Flame means the hottest flame produced by any stove. The New Perfection will make your work lighter. Will not overMade in three sizes, with heat the kitchen. burners. three and Every stove warone, two, ranted. If not at your dealers, write to our nearest agency. The SI-0- GRAND OPERA HOUSE Lew - People Dockstader .......... .......... MINSTRELS ...... ........ GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY NAT C GOODWIN The Genius ". UTAHN A theatre .... - r- ,nt -- Rao Lamp Fitted with burner. Mtde of brut throughout and beautifully nickeled. Every lamp warranted. SuittMeforlibnry, dining-rooparlor or bedroom. If not at write to our nearest agency. yourdc AH V a of Spkrks, state chaplain. of the state council comthat will at prise the llat of r. The teachers' salary fund for the next year, derived from the three mill state tax and other sources, will altogether amount to approximately $50,-00and probably owing to miss la state valuation, will amount to about Ws beg to call your atten$52,600. tion to the revised state school law relating to city taxation, Chap. 15, Sec. 1936 for Cities of First and Second Class, which reads in part si H organ, m, Officers deb-gate- OONTINieTAL OIL COMP liraarganiMSi tend tbe national convention of the J. B. Hawley Knights of Columbus. of Boise and P. J. Riley nf Goldfield were appointed as a Hern ate. Halt Lake was selected aa the meeting place of the next convention. With few exceptions little opposition was encountered in the election of officers. A question came up for consideration immediately after the pleasure "Provided that the tax for the sup- of (he delegates was made known in port and maintenance of auch schools the selection of officers that delayed shall not exceed la any one year, six the session until after 12 o'clock. It mills on the dollar upon concerned the segregation of the terand one-hal- f all taxable property of said city, of ritorial Jurisdiction into threa dfstlnrt which at least three mills shall not be parts, with a state council tor each of used otherwise than for the payment ths three staes Idaho, Utah and Neof teachers. This three mills on last vada, that now represent the estent rear's valuation win amount to $31 f of the present slats council's rule. The 483 and will probably amount to $32, plan proposed provides that In case the 000 in round numbers for next year. enrollment In any of the three states exeteds 4(H) members, that state shall These two sources of revenue give total revenue to the teachers' salary have ths right to select Its own noun--1- 1 $85,000 In and conduct its affair separate from fund of from $80,000 to round numbers. any other territorial division. Utah Ws beg to submit tbe above facts and Idaho are ready for writ a change We and Nevada is not far short of the refor your careful consideration. have confidence your honorable Board quired 400. At 12:30, before a vote will accept these suggestions In the was taken on the matter, a recess was for five minutes. kindly spirit in which they are ten declared After the recess the delegates asderail, and use the maximum available tax levy and other mean to place sembled and decided on no definite teachers' salary on a living and com- action. ' It was freely admitted, howparable basis, thereby insuring better ever, that within the course of a year work and better results to the lax Idaho, Utah and Nevada will be govpayers, and to patrons of the Ogden erned by Individual state councils. Immediately after adjournment, the City Public Schools. visitors made preparations to return home. They expmsed'ihemselves as IN POLICE COURT hsviug enjoyed the convention and were profuse Is praise of the recep-tiiaccorded them by the local Bkycle Rider' Fined for Vlelating Bicycle Ordinance. r the NATIONAL . i- - iscuit' . - In police court- yesterday, P. W. Fulwlder was sentenced to 15 days in ths county Jail on a charge of petit larceny, to which ha pleaded guilty, rulwldcr explained that in order to secure meals he deposited hie watch with a restaurant man, and to again obtain possession of the time piece, stole the hat to procure money enough to redeem the watch. For riding on the left side iff the street Fred Burgi was fined $5. Officer Melons warned Burgi yesterday afternoon, but before he could admonish him to be more careful, he was told to go where the heat Is supposed to be most oppressive. By issuing a warrant of arrest, and approaching Burgi in his plsre of business, Officer Malone Induced him to appear In creirt after a lively scrimmage In which the men cams together. Burgi admitted that he lost his tern per, but stated that he was ia a hurry and had no time to choose the right side of the street. Rather than pay tbe fine he declared that he would work It out on the rock pile. Earl Stoker, on a charge of petit larceny, was held on a bond of $109 pending his trlsL On com plant of Laura Reed he was arrested tor the theft of a ring and n pair of Blasses valued at $27. He pleaded not guilty. EXCURSION steady light dear, Styes improved cats; B. A. Mlginnls, of Ogden, atate secretary; Richard J. Hogan, iff Pocatello, atate warden and Rev. T. . ID AY F R . Gives best results. Reduces fuel ex- - i 9 The different At the meeting of the state council "The Duel HANAN by Water. : VIA UNION PACIFIC. Cheap round trip excursion tickets to Jamestown Exposition on sals dally For particulars via Union pacific. see Union Depot Ticket Agent or A. B Most-leTrsv. Piss. Agt.. Ogden. BLIMP ORCHESTRA Friday evening. May 17. at 6 the orchestra of the School for ths Blind will give a recital In tbe assembly room at the school. The orchestra la composed of blind boy and girls, who have made remarkable progress under the direction of Prof. L. W. Ford, although they have bees together less than a year. But one afternoon each peek is devoted to practice, and when It Is understood that all the music must be memorieed, and that the players cannot ee the leader, the fact that the sightless ones can play with any degree of credit Is remarkable. Tbe program follows: 1. "Columbia, ths Gem of the Orchestra Ocean Orchestra 2. "The Palms" 3. Violin Soto, "Melody of Love Thoe. Blddulph 4. Medley overture by L. W. Orchestra Ford "In the Gloaming'' . .Orchestra Cornet Solo, "Robin Adair" Carl Und , ...... "Men of Harlech" ....Orchestra "How Can I Leave Tbe" Orchestra Viol! Solo, selected Edith L. Crey Orchestra "Ben Bolt" "Auld Lang Syne"... Orchestra On o'clock, QUEEN AND CHILD. Victoria Madrid. May IE Queen and the newly born Prince Alfonso Preparaa ra both in good health. tions fur the baptism of the heir apparent, which will taka place Saturday. are progressing. MERCURY THE GOES Put the fire out in your range AND USE THE Then Watch it Go DOWN We Have a Special Offer for You Utah Light and Railway Co.