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THE HORSING EXAMINER, EXAMINER TELEPHONES ROOMS lRdpM4nt Rhone Ball Phant, two ring BUSINESS OFFICE Indepandant Phono Boll Phono, on ring. EBiTORIAL No. M 64 ......No. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS la ok-compUiata oogordlBS tha deliver; at a Eumtoar do oo dlract to 1 it MAY SO, 1907. THURSDAY, TODAYS DELIVERS CRIMINAL EXERCISES GAME SERMON CASE HELD AT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH LAST EVENING. LUKOS AND QUINN PUT UP CASH BONDS. Subject f tha Address Waa. "How Am I to Sava My 012" Another Lqrga Congregation. Immediately After Their Release the The Fetwier Held Exercises In the Methediet Church and tha Latter Alleged Burglare Ara at tha Tabernacle. Upeo Another Charge. LOBSTERS MEET OCCIDENTALB AT GLENWOOD PARK. BY THE BUSINESS COLLEGE EIGHTH GRADE. Special New Goods AND All tho new styles n dapartment, aad aot to car-lion- . falling to the Examiner will confer a favor by caDias No 64 miliar yhoao bolero Aay subscriber lia. (Signed) Dad ra-eat- LAMAR NELSON, Circulator. The funaral aorviroa over the of Juanita A. Hulmatu were bold at the family rtaejluce, 2713 Paat 2 p. m. yeaterday, cific avenue, SleQuarrio officiating. - The muaic vraa furnlebod by the werd choir with a ante by Mr. Nary Farley and a duet bv Vevlle Mill and Neta n Wright. The apewker were P. And.r-aoInterment F. Middleton. and wma in tha City cemetery. Bii-ho- p If your are solas to movo aee Mnlan tra aider vana. Leave order for coal. I9S Twenty-fift8t. Sladaa Phone. Boa UTAH. FOR ROSSWINKLElSiENSATION IN GRADUATION LINE-U- P NO. SI No. 61 OGDEN, liilu Tranofer Co. tor atorago of all hlada Our apedalty la moving piano, furniture and ofBeo fixture. Hav your Panama, straw and Pelt Hat cleaned and blocked. Phnna Ind. 417, Globa Cleaning Ca, 111 20th. John C, Martin, editor of the Oold field Tribune, la apendlng a few day in Ogden. WANTED Chambermaid. Apply Road Hnted. at once. Gimlia Has a Strang Aggregation fee the Visitors t Ga Against Gama at 3:10. "Dad Gfmlina colta will indulge la their second real gams at Glruwood this park afternoon, beginning t at 8:30 o'clock, when they will the at mug colored team of Salt Lake, known as the Cuban Gita a. The Lobsters have enjoyed several good (left- - ling the practice gauiee kiai-Soldiers last Sunday, and figure that they can taka the licorke colored from the village below into camp. The team is working tn fine shape, aad during the nest few weeks will le additionally strengthened. Mead, the former Park City pitcher and outfielder, la now with the boys and will add materially to the kitting department, as he was on of the malm-stay-s In that department of the Park now pitcher, who made eurh a splendid City team last ear. Murphy, the bowing in I net Sunday'! gam, has been out each evening and has hi alary arm In mid summer shape. Hopkins, tha old rellaule, la alao rounding into shape and slater that when warmer weather cornea along hla "aidewheeler" will be In even better nii-e- form. ( the Mjr. Ralterd. of Logan, ainga Grand Slat Concert given la tho New lecture Hall, Weber Stake Academy, Thuraday, May 30. All the latent popular anngs. 12 1 3 thla week only, at Thuinaa A Morn Muatc Co. rente Ed Tout, of Jewdne, and a nale rhorua, under the dlrartloa of Prof. Squire Coop, at the Grand Slate Con cert given In Now lrture Hall of Weber stake Aoademy, Thursday evening, May 30. started he The will game promptly at 3:30, Immediately eftwr the bicycle races aad ao that all those attending the latter may have aa opportunity to witness the hall gama aa A wall. genoral admlsatuo of 33 cent a will again be charged, owing to the of (he grand, stand. On Sunday the Lobsters will Jnuruey to Salt Uki to meet Duhle'a aggregation. Dtible has been giving bin men daily practice for the peat month but Utmltn believe that even though hla team has not yet had quite that aiperienee, h ran make them believe that they have met their equal la the national game. ' The lineup for today's gam fol a lfonry JaoobMia ban returned D Ogdon after an abac are of aovoral Iowa: month In tihltforela. tilanta. Hober J. Grant ainga at the Grand Stato Conoart given la Now Lecture Brown llall of Weber Stake Academy, Thuraday eveniag. May 301 Tickets, 76c Gaaq all kinds of Cut Flower la quantities, Roans and Oar-cInna la abundance. Callo, Japan, Withe and Yellow Ullla and Panay Plants, every color la rainbow, all In Flortei aad Fulmer ......Memi, Hopkins Murphy 8001 M. Mina Grant of Salt lake will sing at tha Grand HI at a concert given la the new lecture hall of the Weber Stake academy, Thursday May 30th. Tickets 75c. First base flreenwell Second base Butterfield Rhort-ctn- Taylor Third has Bluth Left field Clark Randall, Mead Center field at bloom. James Varney, 161 West SiMh fit.. Bell phone 813 K; lad. phone Catcher it,.,.,,..,.,...,.,,,. Pitcher Grand Stale Concert at the Weber Stake Academy, Thuraday evening Berkley 76c. benefit aaw building. Ticket Brown Mine Phyllln Thatcher, vlollnlat. of Logan, at the Grand State Concert h fllto givea in the New Leetnre Hall, Weber Stake Academy, Thuraday, May 30, Black Yaiwey, Lobsters, Position, Oimltn Burns Colemaa Right field Buttorff All the lateet popular eonga 12 casta thla week only, at Thomas A horn Maalc Cu. 2 STRIKE BREAKERS FOR FRISCO evening. Mara of Farley's Man Paaa Through Ogden. Tbs Retail Merchant aaaarJaUon of thla elty yeaterday added lte protest to those already sent la from thla city against granting to the 1tah light Railway company, which on March 20 flleil with the state engineer two applications to take additional water from the Ogden river In Ogden canyon. Petition have gone In to State Engineer Caleb Tanner, of the applicaagainst tha granting Individuals, the tions, from auiiM-rou- a Ogden Civic Improvement league, Ogden dty council and other. Eighteen men. Home of them the toughest types of Chicago 'floater passed through Ogden Monday tn a private tourist car over the Southern Pacific, ea route to Baa FYaacleco, to aU lu breaking ihe street car strike in that rtty. Scarcely ten people in Ogden knew of the preetce of the strike breakers here or that they were Parleys men. The gang waa thirty-fir- e strung when the car left Chicago, according to a tourist who left that city on the game and who knew of the preaence train, "Doaa'a Ointment cured me of ee of the strike breakers. They had pma that had annoyed me a long hem recruited in Chicago- - to great lime. The. cure was permanent extent. When Colorado Spring waa Hon. B, W. Matthews, (Ymunlettloner reached but eighteen of the original Labor Statistic. Augusta, Me. party remained and another car waa to he picked up at that point. The tourist who questioned them TRANSFER MEN QUIT found that ubont half the men knew what they were gning to Ran Fran-rlae- o Reported That Thirty Truckers Refur, and the met didn't rare. fused to Work With Greeks. They wera being taken scrota the free of charge and given On account of. n quarrel which oc- country to eat. Among them wen- - a plenty curred between a Greek aad a white number of hard character, well , man, at the freight transfer yeaterday known la Chicago police circle, acalWnnoa, it la rumored that between cording tn the tourist. The famous 23 and 30 trwnkera walked out and Jim Farley waa not with the party, refused flatly to eoirtlnae their labor the men being In charge of one of bis aa long aa Greeks are employed by agents. the Southern Pacific company to handle freight. W. H. Chevera, agent, FIGHT GAME PAVILION for the company, when Men stated Met night that the story had no foundation and that there was nothing to Movement an Foot by Sporto to Havo 1L Permanent Home. - It. appears that a Greek aad a white man engaged In a spirited fight over The fight game has gained such an some matter that came up for die impetus in the at ate within comparacues! on relating to transfer work. tively abort time that gmat p re MirThey were struggling hand to hand, ation are being made by local, Salt whew others of the truckers came to Lake and Murray fain for ita perpetthe rescue of the white man. Four of uation and promotion. The rticv-e-r them, it !b Tuniored. were discharged with which bout have been pulled tor their part In the affair, and In off In this city haa bad no small part sympathy with them a score more in making the flatle art manly and much to lte wit neared. quit on tha spot. Plan have been practk-allfor the establishment ot a new PROMINENTELYITE HERE fight club at Murray. A pavilion will lte erected thla rummer for the especCharles Carson, of Ely, accompanied ial puipoae of pulling off lioins. und Can-oon Mm. 2 laid No. came in by contracts will be let within the next alght. and are registered at the day or two for lumber and fur the Broom. Mr. Carson In lend to remain at ruction of the new sudi'urluin. In Ogden three or four days in the coilFred Wood, of Halt taki. and .Mark Intemta of his property, which con Clay, of Bingham, are the two rhlefly seat of aix claims la the Duck Creek Interested lu the new propo-Ulmi- . mining rone, near the rich copper They point out that mills have fields of Ely. A number of local men and Murray for eff in will be into reeled In the cuntrtr pulled annd Bingham believe nothing will be years, that is represented by Carson, After done to slop those in the future. The he baa finished hit huaineaa In Ogden new pavilion, according to present he will Journey to Denver and other plans, will coat about , and will recent At a eastern point. meeting he made simply for honts. The of the Cnrson Mining of the directors who care to take in the mill and Mining company, It was voted to can - taken on through Salt cm the market 50,000 sharp at put on the Rio Grande and put off 12 cents per share. Mr. Curson City the train at Murray, where they bnaiil la president of the company. the cars again and return home. i rmn-plete- d n. la-e- IT.r-uO- Or-deiii- 1m- 2 EXCURSION TO SALT LAK Thursday, May 30th. I ALFALFA FOB SALE First crop of good Alfalfa, to acres Ore (ton Short Line. 11 train, tl.in in the patch. Machinery for sale. round trip. Good to return May Slat. Apply Geo. MI'rhe'.l, Uintah Flat. DUCK HATS Also New Sailors in Rev. Father Roaswinkel preached last evening at the Catholic church on the subject, How Am 1 to Save My Soul 7" His seruma waa strong and logical, being well worked up throughout aad appealing only to the reason and beat judgment of hia hearers, lie handled hi subject in somewhat the shape of syllogism, and hla line of rea soiling proved to be very simple aad easily followed. The remarks of the reversed gentleman were listened to with a great deal of interest sail created a deep Impression on those who were aBMnibid la the church. Rome years ago." begaa Father Ruoewlnkfl, 'l waa walking through the streets of Chicago, tha wonderful Babylon of modern times, when I not Iced on one of the busiest corners a crowd gathered together. 1 approached close ta aee what waa tha ronae of the eacitement, and found the crowd surrounding a man whs was passing out, free of charge, small cards containing some printed matter. He handed me a card. It proved to ha oue of the moat precious things that I aver received In my life. It waa a ticket from Chicago straight to heaves, without any stopover. "On the hack of the card waa written tha words: 'How am I to aev my soul?" and below the question waa written tha answer, which read: If thy will aava thy soel believe la the lairj Jeaua If you want to be a loyal chiiau of tbe United Stales believe la George Washington. I ex mined the ticket very carefully and found that It bore ao guarantee nor waa it el stuped or signed by aay one, so 1 did art think that I would taka any chances and went home to look up tha script urea on tha subject, found In tha llibla at almost every page a contradiction of what I h found oa tba card. 1 found that it waa aecaasary, first, to become a Christina; this la dona when we are baptised. All men ara pagans before they era baptised, and they afterward! become Christ Una. T learned alao that unless man Is bora again of flro and water ha cannot cater the kingdom of heaven. Ha that believe and ta baptised win he saved, taken from another part of Huly Script ura. Hut am I baptised? found that on a certain day I waa bap-Iby a Catholic priest, by the one baptism into tba Ghureh of God. God only started one church, Adam can only atart one ohuroh, and no one man haa ever yet atarted two rhurches ao It ta not reaaonabl to believe that God did not atart any more than one church. During tha last fifty years then has been a frightful state of disorder existing In regard to the ecarament of baptism. I would venture to say that a majority of those who hav been baptised ara atlll pagans. "I learned 10, continued Father Roaswinkel, "that baptism alone la nut sufficient. Rt Paul said that ! Is impossible to save God aad man. Wa must have faith If a a wish to save our auula. If wa do aot believe all that Christ haa taught in Hla church, then we hav ao faith la our Lord who said: Go forth and teach all nations whose Bias you shall forgive, they are forgiven, and whose alna you aball retain, they are retained If, (hen. I would rater Into life everlast lug. I must believe la tha Lord Jeaua. But how am I going to get this faith that la ao necessary for salvation? Here ta the parting of tha waya. The CVitholic church la lined up on one aide, and all the rest of tho churches on the other. In regard to this point. The Cathnlle church does not believe that a man can ha saved by believing in the Bible alone. Every Catholic, from the child up. roust recite this prayer In the Catholic church: 'Oh. my God. I believe all the sacred truth that the Catholic church believes and learhea, because Thou. O God. hast revealed them who canst neither deceive nor he deceived.' "la examining the Holy Script urea, 1 find the story of the young man who naked Jesua what ha could do to be saved, and Jeaua answered that he should keep the ten commandments. It la the same with ua today: If we wish to have life everlaatlng we must have faith and keep the ten commandments." Father Rnsawlnkel went further Into the question, and supported hi point of view by strong arguments, and quotations from the Holy Scripture. His talk was strong nod logical, and proved exceedingly .merest- - sensation was sprung yesterday afternoon In the T. K. Lukue-BieveQuinn case, when tba defendants through Ralph Hoag and Bert Harris, put up cash bond of 75u each. Before they ould be released, however, them on Sheriff Behring another charge of burglary- When Lukos and Quinn ware bound over from the district court on two charges of burglary. Judge Murphy fixed their bonds at $j0 and $254 in each case respoctflvely. In some manner tha inea hare since procured tha money, for when arrested after committing half a doaea burglaries, they bad no money oa their persons, except 1 100 which la alleged to have been taken from Christianson's shoe tore. It la believed by the polios that both men are connected with a gang of professionals, whose Influence extends from coast to ouaat. The charge oa vhinh the men were arrested thla afternoon waa burglary. The attempted- robbery of the Tribes Liquor company on Twenty-fourtstreet , forma tha basis of the new complaint and should an atempt be made to furnish additional ball moner. It la expected that other charges will be brought against Lukos and Quinn, aa the officers have a number which they have not used. A n STILL BOOMING A letter received today at the office of tha Aura Klbg Gold Mining Company from Jamas J. Carmichael, state that things nr very lively at Aura. . The new strike opened up by tha landslide at Qie Big Four mins, one mile out of tha Aura King, la proving better aa development progresses. There is now a save a foot vela, thirty Inches of which assays $700.00 per too, while the balance of the vain la gnod milling values. . Pardee from Ban Francisco have secured an option oa the property at a price of ll3u.O00.no and are now oa their way to examine It One-hal- f mile north of Aura King property a new ledge has bean discovered eight feet wide that pans free gold clear across the ledge, while a four Inch stringer carries $180.00' la silver and 40 per cent copper, and another dyke has been discovered that paaa native oupper. One-hamil east of A ara King Representative Frank Winters, of tha Nevada legislature, and hla partner, Mr. William Burt, bare discovered a rich body of ore la the Bonansa, which bids fair to rival that of the Landslide otrike. New strikes ara frequently reported. Men who ware la this camp thirty years ago are eomlng hack looking for (lust or ledges they remember having seen in tbe old days when silver waa the only metal sought for. Two automobllaa cams la from Elko today. Fifteen new arrival la camp yeaterday. Around tha Aura King mill U a airing of tents, aa the aaw comers congregate up here. A party of auveyora ara running a line for railroad from Wlnnemuoca to i White Rock, five miles distant from lf Aura, DOMESTICARTS A very creditable of tha woW dune in the Domestic Aria de- dipiy partment of the Weber fltake academy, was on exhibition from 10 until 4 p. m., and alao after tbe exerriaei of the graduating class, last evening. The display consisted of tha following kinds of art work: First year students Books containing models and pattern of underwear, waists, etc., anil a of rnderwear, gowns, walking suit a and gnwne. Second year Patterns, fitted waists and suits. Third year Different kinds of embroidery. eyelet, mount meliec, Roman cut work, needle painting, drawn work, lingerie, hats, Battenburg point lace. Many patron and friends of the academy visited the exhibition and all were well pleased with the work Much credit la due Mra. Evans, who haa charge of the work, and ha presided over this department for tha last five years. com-plete- UNION Father Donoher will preach tonight on the "Power of Example," and will probably preach a strong sermon. These two men will make hut. tiro or throe more talks now. as the cluses at the end of the week., ami their many friends made during the mission, will certainly be sorry to ee them go. They are both very' bright, well educated men. d anil talkers, and they have admirably in making the mo far a great suevrsa by aronatng Interest and enthusiasm among the r holies alike. t'ailioltr and mit-sin- 30i 1th. June 3, 7, 12, First class tickets oa sale to many points wear of Chicago. Minneapolis and St. Louis for cue fare plus two dollars for the round trip. Five first class trains dally. Tbe famous Overland Limited Icarre Ogden 3 p. m. LimThe new tax Anpelea-Chlcngited, 1:30 p. ni.. has through standard and tourist sleeping cars to Chicago. Make earlv. Further particulars. Union Depot ticket Office or A. B. Moseley. Trav. Paaa. Agfnt. Bell phone 52. Ogden. Utah. o Near the non-C'a- Top- - Ebcueer - Ikmn you siatah atten' lut Institution tdi learning no mo'? Meiinda Why, she done graduate IN HONOR OF REV. BLOOD Ministerial Association Tenders Banquet at Healy Cafe. PACIFIC EXCURSION. Sailing Dates May 27, log. morrow EXHIBIT a In honor of Rev. H. B. Blood and wife, who leave Friday nialit for McMinnville. Oregon, where they will make their home, ihe Ministerial held a banquet yesterday afternoon at the H.alv cufe. fevers dc Ebenttzer kiv dot? t n-- b liar class. At de neck? Why you big assortment of Childrens Trimmed Hatsy and all the new styles in Ladies' A two-third- s Dress Hats. OUR MOTTO I High Quality and Low Prices tf GRIXS 358 25th St. CLOTHES Bought of us means Clothe Cut to Measure, Made to Dance . . .Alberta Wright, Lillian Wright Invention (Original) tawrcncs Richard! Public School Orchectra Overture Vocal Duet We Two Wore May-la- g Order and Guaranteed to Fit. Our reputation Is BffiBBMBHBBBMBOffiaBHBBMMWMWHaMBHBBffiBBHBffi Bewn right into the garments. We please particular Blanche Leavitt, Pauline Maddork Whittier Marguerite Katherine Randall, Accompanist, Bertha Laird. Cborua Rain Bong Mound Fort I ' people, and court comparison. School Welcome Addresa Percy Van Patten Pitch Kinney Rraponoe Plano Bulo. (a) Tho Placid Lake. (b) Sprite of tbe Glen.... Beatrice Boyle Presentation of Certlfieatea GliTa Chorus Dreamland ...... ......i. ....ini Bualnaae College. The annual commencement exercise Business college of tha were hald last evening at the Methodist church. Tba occasion marked the sixteenth year of the college and no more anoceaaful program haa ever bean rendered by the graduates of tha institution. The church wa beautifully decorated with colors and dags, and out flowers. In hla add Area to tha graduates, Judge Cbm spoke of the uneducated man and tha hard straggle he haa to keep hla and up when In competition with tbe man with tba education. He emphasized the fact that only those who ara well informed and matters of their chosen profession! are numbered at the top. The Brat steps In the promotion of success , he affirmed, were built upon the erudition obtained at the lower schools aad colleges, and he urged the students to continue la tha pursuit of knowledge whether they are In or ont of school. Dr. A. B. Condon alao delivered an able address, which contained valuable and practical advic. He choose to talk of the huaineaa uhase of education and declared without exception that eucorea in commerce la only won by the man who Lays welt hla plana along the lines of buKneia education. Following la the program given: Pipe Organ Selection' 'Bpring Song" (Mendelssohn) S. r. Whitaker Rev. H. B. Blood Invocation Instrumental Selections Double Number Short's String Orchestra Recitation "How tha LaRue Stake Were Loaf Mattie J. McMullen. Orchestra Instrumental Selection O. U. Guam Prognostications Orchestra Music Pipe Organ Solo The Swan (C. 8L Seana) S. F. Whitaker Class Introduction. ..PmllantJ. A. J. Smith Class Address. The Uneducated Man" Judge B. T. Corn Ora. Eric Pearce Violin Solo Miss Bertha Laird. Accompanist A Business Education tha Addresa Primary Requisite to Future Success Hon. A. B. Condon Presentation of Diplomas President J. A. Smith Orrtul ra Finale Intoe-Mountol- H. All Schools Inter-Mounta- 345 A J. Toller, Mgr. Street Twenty-fourt- h LOST save money If you don't chance to secure one of our Electric Flat Irons UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY GO.: Gentlemen: Please deliver to mj address ONE ELECTRIC FLATIRON (4.00). It ii understood that I may return same, if unsatisfactory after 80 days trial, without further obligation to myself. Name Address. .... 1907. CUT OUT ABOVE COUPON AND SEND TO US. Four times the tight .......a............... at half the cost SUMMER EXCUBSIDHS Mclindn-K- a she ware nearer de head den de toil, see! Exchange. Via Colorado Midland Railway. (Sty of Mexico. May 1 to 7. June 7 to 14 and 17 to July 11. Round trip, $69.15. A Matter of Weether. "I have known better days, lady' Long limits. Eastern Excursion May 17 to 30. began Fated Janies. "Yea. I!' a wretched morning, so June 3. 7. 13. 14. One fare pins $2.00 ther Stop overt. cold," replied the fanner' wife; "hut for long limit. the summer. Write Ive got no time la discuss the weath- cheap rates during L. H. Harding, Salt takt City, for par er with you. bad aa it ia." 1 H. HARDING, And she shut the door and left him. ilculars. General Agent Smith's Wei kiv. were laid for eleven and an elegant dinner was served the parry. Her. Blood and family hare been in many years' and have enOgden ihe people joyed popularity union with whom they have come in contact. in Ogden, Rev. During Ills i'i-nirBlood has treen pastor of the First Progress. . rhui-rhDo yon play .whiat?" Methodist Those present Rev. and Mr. No." answered young Mrs. Torkins. :it ihe bunuuci were: I ran manage the cards all right, but N. S. Eiderktn. Rev. J. E. Carver and wife. Rev. D. W. Crane and wife, Rev. It will take me another year or two Wehus and Mrs. J. Thompson and to understand how the score Is kept. Washington Star. daughter. fr White and Black One hundred and fifty-nin- e student, graduates of the eighth graje ta tha elty schools, were given diplomas last night at the Tabernacle, where the regular annual exercise were held. Of this number It 1 estimated that will enter the High fully school at the beginning of the fall term of school. In many ways tha program given by the students waa the moat successful of nay in the hiatoiy of public schools tn Ogden. No one but regular pupils took part and they acquitted themselves, without exception, lu a manner that took their parent a friends and the general public completely by surprise. The musical portion of the exercises was exceptionally strong and praiseworthy. Under tba direction of Professor Coop aa orchestra of 21 pieces gave a splendid concert aad a trained chorus aang a number of aelectlona with the parts wall merited aad harmonlied. The address of welcome to the graduates was delivered by Percy Van Fatten of the High school, and it wu responded to by Fitch Kinney, of tha Grant school. Superintendent Allison presented the diplomas. A glance at the program below will give some Idea of the work the pupils are doing in the publis schools: Overture ....Public School Orchactra Western Boy (Original) Harold Lulieck Vocal Solo King ef Eternity Earl Johnson, Accompanist, Beatrice Brewer Recitation At Noeys Homo.... Grace Smith Plano Rolo Song of the NightFrancis Conroy ingale Recitation Tba Old Man and Jim Nellie R. Wilson Piano Duet Invitation to the EXCURSION O. B. L. May 27, 30. Juna 3, 7. 12, 14th. Ogden to Portland, Or, or Spokane, Wash., and reform, first class $30.09. Tickets good to return until September 34th. Stopover allowad. That's what electric lighting does. If you question It, question us. Were only too glad to give information and good serrice along the lighting line. 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