|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
4 TUB MOUSING I effective, and la this he has soma grounds fnr the belief. Precision holds a tighter reign than inference, even over the most conscientious person. When we say specifically that we will, or we will not do a certain UNION PACIFIC It R. CO. thing, we are more apt to keep the Depart. 2:20 a.m. pledge. Mail Ko. Kou I Pwrni Expreee... 1:10 a.m. STREET. ON TWENTY-FIFT,& 2 Lo Angeles Li- - UNION DEPOT TIMECARD llFut pn 1. 20 ItN . No. 9 Overland United.. 2:00 p.m. No.112 Echo, pad CIS Coal rill No. d Atlantic Express... T:0 p.in. 0da, P-- Arrive. California Express. 2:dfi a m. Ogdon. Echs, and 2 No-- The policy of the Oregon Short Line company, which has made the local cashier of the company the distributing agent in the payment of ahon-tsremployes, has caused quite a stream of gold and silver to pour into tha channels of trade In Ogden. The good effect of thin outside money la sees along Twenty-fift- h street, Ik the prosperity of all kinds of business. Of course, the business of that street ia not entirely sustained by .this source of wealth; la fact the revenue from that source la only a tithe, but this new money, added to the transient trade from off the trams, has made Twenty-fiftstreet aa prosperous as it was during tat "cut-ofdays. Thera was a time. Just at the close of the woik on tha bridge across the Grant Salt Lake, when peupla predict ed a depredation tn properly along Twenty-fiftstreet, but the unexpected happened and hotels, clothing stores, pawn shops, restaurants, saloons and all continued to feel tha wave of prosperity. One of the many things that have contributed to thla favorable condition Is the paying off in Ogden ef all men employed In any department of the O. S. L, either on the Union Pacific, Southern Pacific or Oregon Short Line proper, who quit the service or are transferred. Kelli 10:20 am. Coalville 2:00 p.m. Mall 1 Ovriad United.. d:20 p.m. T Lea Angolas Uni2. 22 p.m. ted M'Ht Ka. No. No. OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. CO. Depart North if Ogden. Portland, Spokane, Pocatello, Butte.... 1:22 am. via Brig- No. 88 Malad I..0 a.m. ban PortNo. T Feet Mail, I No. .............. land Cache Valley No. 11 praia I h f' 12:10 p.m. 2:20 p.m. from Faat Mall 2. 10 a.m. Pun land No. 12 Cache Valley Ei- prraa ,,,..........10. 22 a.m. Ns. IS Portland Exprese.. 2:22 p.m. No. 24 Malad and Keltoa 2:22 Pm. Local Nou .......... Depart South ef Ogden. Boat era Eapreae.. 4:10 d Portland for Salt 780 Lake I Local for Salt Lake 1:20 to 12 Cache Valley 10:40 Salt Lake I Limited for Balt 2:10 Lake 14 Local to Salt Lake 2:12 Salt 10 Portland to 2:20 Lake IS Lm Antelea Um- tied ...... ........ 2. Bo 4 No, No. No. No. No. No. Ko. No. h a.m. a m. a.m. - P- p.m. p.m. GREEKS BY THE THOUSAND. p.m. o o o EXAMINER, 12-- o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 9 o o o o o o o o EXPLO-aio- o o 111., June 4. Reddick, Three persons were killed here tonight by tbe explosion of a car loaded with gasoline. o One of the men killed was o Fred Halting, a barber of Redo dick. John Fraxee and Aus111., o tin Stockton, of PanrtUe, other o are the name of tke o two mea. The three men, THIRTY-TWMEN ARE FINED o together with several other 2224,000 BY THE COURT. three o persons were watching beo freight cars burn that had bus o come ignited from a hot End ef tha Honduras National Lottery o oa oae of the trucks. Aa tbs o the tram neared the JunctionA and Destruction ef all Its o of tbe Chicago, Indiana WaPaiapherfialis. the o Southern railroad and with the bash railroad, the ear bog we derailed, two others Mobile. Ala., June 4. Thirty-tw- o loaded with oil were also men who pleaded guilty in the United all and ditch the into dragged State court yesterday to an Indictcaught fire. Right next te ment charging conspiracy to cause the car another was oar these interstate carriage of lottery adverwhich loaded with gasoline tisements, were sentenced today by oaaght fire from sparks from in to pay fines amountthe burning cars. A fearful o which o ing to 2284,000. followed, explosion The defendants 4 Iso agreed to surbroke all the windows lu tha o render for destruction all lottery o village and demolished chimplates and other paraphernalia neys of houses for miles o books, of the around. The three men killed, o and to immediately dispose who were standing close to the o printing establishment be lungingcom-to the Honduras National Lottery gasoline car at the time, were o pany, located In Wilmington, Delablown to atoms and the frag- o operated under the name of ment of their bodies scatter- o ware, and M. Robert Press, where the ed for a hundred yarde around. o the John 'Tea persona were Injured o lottery tickets have been printed for more or leas by the burning oil o many years. With these pleas of guilty and the scattered In all directions by o surrender of all- - lottery material, the the explosion. Hal Dowell, of o Honduras National Lottery company, Danville, tbe most seriously 0 successor of the old which la hurt, la not expected to live. O Louisiana the Bute Lottery company, The other nine Injured were o a long residents of the village of Red- o passed out of existence, ending endeavor of the federal authorities to dick, and were able to walk to o o endTheIt. defendants Included William F. their homes unassisted. Sixteen cert In all wera de- o James Rea, C. W. Bredow, o Parkhense, stroyed. P. Johnston, Louis C. GraWilliam o David H. Morris, Alfred H. MorlOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ham, ris, Frank L. Howard, Albert Baldwin, Sr., Chapman Hyams, Paul Conrad, John Demnraat, Walter J. Demsr-es- t and Edward J. Demareot, all of New Orleans; John Morris Rogers, J. K. BayHs and Lester K. Beylis of Wilmington. Del.; General W. L. Cabell or Dallas, Texas; Herman Brunner of St. Louie, end a doevn others BY residing 'In eastern and Southern o o o Judgo-Toulm- IS Falt fifty-seve- n Arrive according to tha report, have gone Partita RxpreM....12:0B a.m. over In tha three years of 1902, 1904 Ka. 11 Ogden Paiacnpcr. .11:20 a.m. and 1902, the numbers being, respectNo. 2 Panflc Limited. ...11:20 am. 1:40 p.m. ively, 14,030, 11,245 and 10,512. The No. el PaciOe Mall 2:22 p.m. fact that the emigration fever haa Na 12 Sanpete Local finally broken out lu earnest in SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. Greece, however, la proven by the fart that between Junb 20, 1902, and Depart. Na 2 Parlfle Expreaa. . . 4:20 a.m. June 10, 1906, 21,127 Greeke left for Na 2 Parlfie Expreaa.... 11:21 a.m. the United State, 2:25 p.m. Na 0 Feat Mall The report of thle committee does Na 1 Overland limited.. 2:10 p.m. not represent emigration aa an evil, Tha Greek, it Beams, nevArrive a.m. become er 7:10 attached to the country of Mill 10 Flit Na Atlantic Expreaa.. 7:20 a.m. hie temporary adoption, but Uvea al Ko. limited.. 2:20 p.m. ways la the hope of returning some Ka Na Express,; 2:20 p.m. day to hie native land. For tbla reaeon ba sen da all tbe money which he can save back to Greece for tha purchase of land or other property. The director of post a and telegraphs, la his report to the committee mentionNEW MARRIAGE VOW. ed, caUs attention to the startling inAn love Justice of the peace, Zell crease of late la the number of orders Roe, hae accepted the tank of fraaen-in- g eent from America to Groves. To the divorce aril la hla town. He establish thla point he shows (hat the regards marriage aa a eerioua obliga- number la 1901 wee 409, with a value tion and not a peat line to be Indulged of 912,822; in 1904 there were 4,477 In aa a frivolity, and ao be baa fur orders, representing 9192,472, and In 1902 tha orders numbered 10,007, with mutated a hew marriage vow. Into Me service for tlma who are a value of 1224,142, while the money about to wed be Injocta this addition orders sent from Greece to America Do you (Jamee or in 1905 numbered only 124, representto the ritual: Tbe Greek Postmaster Martha) solemnly agree that you will ing 11,466. never bring action for divorce against Generals report, liberally translated, (Martha or Janieer And unleaa the aaya: of "If one ealimniea that contracting parties answer thta query in the affirmative Justice Roe refuses tbe money sent from the United to proceed further with the ceremony. Stales (to Greece) cornea in tbe form According to Justice Roe's figures of poetofflee orders, it la not to much there have been few persona who to any, taking Into consideration also have refused to accede to thle novel tbe bank note Inclosed in envelopes and the rhacks upon London, that the requisition. , The Justice takes tbs position that entire sum amounts to more than franca (97,720,000) a year. "marriage la a dual contract." Accordingly ha believes It la right to Scarcely a letter arrives from Amerat ro>haa It In the essential weak- ica that dues not contain a sum of disclose money, large or email." nesses our divorce courts It la this golden stream flowing Into the present ritual to poeecaa. There may be no moral difference in saying. tbe country and trickling out to every "I promise to love and honor till village and hamlet that has excited deatb do us part," and I promise the Immigrations of the peasants and never to bring an action for divorce." led them to believe that America la a But this Iowa Justice believes that the country where gold can be picked up direct agreement Is more practically on the streets. Na 2 THE EXAMINER nue-etght- JUNE WEDNESDAY, 5,' of the treasury baa received a telegram from Captain Alnaworth, of the revenue ratter Rush, stating that he had seised the British sealing schooner Carlotta Cog which waa found catching seals In tha Falrweathar grounds off Alaska. Tha Cox, tt la said, was taking seals during the closed season within tho area prohibited. In violation of the articles of the tribunal of arbitration agreed to by the governments of Great Britain and the United States. fur real skins She had seventy-seve- n on board. Tha department hae directed tho commander of the Rush to deliver the Cox to the British authorities at the nearest point In British Columbia, In accordance with tbe Joint regulations of the two governments in case of aelaura. Tbe Rush alas reported the presence of Japanese sealpra In the same vletnlty with a large number of sealskins on board. The Japanese sealers, however, are sot subject to slats ra outside of tsrrifcoyUl waters. FROM EUREKA, NEV. Hiram Johnson, one of the pioneers of Eureka, Nevada, waa In Ogden thla morning on business. He reports the old mining of. central Nevada, at one time In the seventies, the largest producer of lead In the world, aa experiencing a revival Eureka and Ruby 11111 In 1278 bad 10,000 people. Then the camps became deserted, perhaps 200 persona remaining during the perHe related how iod of depression. bad houses many of the to burn and widows Uvad in tha' palaces built by the mining magnates, until the return of mining activity within the last year has caused Uto old town to be Recalling tha past, he told of driving from Eureka to Balt Lake, along the old overland route that took him through Sbellburn, Nevada, once a town of 2,000. He drove through the streets and the only sound that greet, ed him was tha eeho of the rumbling of hla wagon. He advised aa old farm-e-r nearby to locate the town aa a homestead, which advice was heeded, and for yean the man haa made men ey selling houses to late comers In that section. old-time- The Picture gf Health dtlea. APOLOGY SAN FRANCISCO BE HUMBLED.'a MAYOR OF SHOULD Count Okuma Urges Concentrated fort Toward Settling the San Francises Question. 3-- 8 Tokio. Jure 4. Count Okuma. former leader of the progressive party, who has retired from active politics, but who Is etill a leader of public opinion, is prominently quoted In the opposition newspapers aa urging the concern ration of Jap sense national efforts toward the settlement of tbe San Francisco question ; that Japan aboutJ demand an apology from the mayor of San Francisco and also that the Japanese should receive treatment similar in the to that given to Anglo-Saxon-s United States. JAPS ARE IN DEMAND. 4 They Are Going to Moxico by Ottawa. Ont., June 4. A report received at the department of trade and commerce trom Alexander yacLran. Canada's agent to Japan, gives a prass nplfilon that within a short time tha United States will have more difficulty obtaining labor from Japan than H now has keeping Japanese laborers out. There is a growing demand for Japanese laborers from almost all the countries of South America and from Hawaii which promises, with the de- mend for men for tho development of Corea and Manchuria, to absorb the whole of Japan's supply of laborers. Within the last few months the eml-gracompanies, who deal In Japanese labor aa an export commodity, have filled contracts In Mexico for ten thousand laborers. shoe is its most valuable advertising asset Genuine worth. Kite truth, is a permanent quality. MU at IS. SO M. L MCURD $4.00 IMtladwW CSL, aikirg - Said hr 4 I. L. Clark 2356-236- 3 4 Sore Wash. Ava. . BrocHwi, Km. If you want people to say of you "Why, shes the very picture of Health! just avoid dark, heavy and indigestible ! FiyE YEAR The Beer You Like SENTENCE. Philadelphia, June (.Stanley Francis, the promoter of the Storey Cot-to- n company of this city, which waa Judge Marshall, la tha United States closed by the postal authorities and alan order entered court, Monday which had creditors in all aectlana of United the of tha lowing petition States district attorney's office for a tho country, began a sentence of five the eastern penitentiary last writ of error in tho case of Peter years InFrancis waa convicted of ualng Soornp, who was charged with having night. the mails to defraud. unlawfully pastured hla aheap on the Fish lake forest reaery, la an opinion delivered by Judge Marshall Saturday WILLIAMS WHIPS WATKIKS a demurrer of the defendant was sustained and hla discharge ordered. An Park City, Jane 4. Msrgan Wilappeal will be takes to the United liams put the kibosh oa Bob Wat-kincourt tha States supreme governby the plucky colored fighter, at the ment to decide this case, which astheater here last night in the Dewey sumes aome importance because of the fifth a rattling good mill. fact that there ere other cases pend- Tbe round of did the work waa a that ing of similar nature. It la also de- solar punch plexus of the moat effective type sired to have a ruling from thla court and came end of a long tattoo that will guide officials of the forestry on the at the kidneys, Interrupted negro's reserves In Utah. only by tha bell at the done of each round. Watkins carried the fight to WilOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO liams all the way through, but he O ' lj IN .CHINA. Oo could not etall off the attache made on O EARTHQUAKE o hla kidneys and Williams weakened o O Four Thousand Peruana Re- - o hla maa perceptibly aa the fight went 0 on. About the middle of the fifth O ported Crushed to Death. come. O round the knock-ou- t . O The theatre woe packed and the O Victoria, B. G, May 4. The O Shawmut O steamer brought O crowd seamed pleased with (he hill. O news of a disastrous loss .of O Sammy MaCllntte refereed. "Kid MoCalllater of Bolt Lake and O life following an earthquake at O re- - O "Kid" Ivy (ought the first prelimiO Halngklang. A telegram O celved from Peking by the O nary. Ivy went to Bleep In the second O Kish! Slabun of Tokto, shortly O round. "Indian Joe and "Kid" Price O before the Sbawmut mailed, re-- O furnished eom excitement In the othO ported that four thousand per- - O er preliminary. Price lasted four O sons were crushed to death, a O rounds sad seemed to like the drubO vast number of houses de- - O bing he received. "Indian Jos" waa O strayed and many thooaaaA O given tha decision. O persons left starving. The em- - O An excursion of Balt Lake sports, O preaa dowager haa telegraphed O with about 120 oboatd, qams up to O urgent Instruction to the local O witness the fight O governors to take measures to O O O relieve the distress. ILY EXCURSUS O O SHEEP PASTURE CASE a, That new pale brew that all the West is talking about Tha lightest bear brewed- delightfully satisfying t, nourishing. Jill the nutrition of choicest - barley-mal- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo o o O BOMB EXPLODED. O O San Francisco. June 4. Don- lei J. White, a striking carman, haa been arrested and: charged with placing a bomb la front of a crowded car on Haight 'etreat, near Cola last night Tbe bomb exploded when the wheels truck tt, but no one wee Injured, the force of the explosion working downward and shattering the concrete roadbed under the car. O O O O O O O O O O o O O O O O O O O O ROUND TRIP HMD. Ideal home boor. Browed end bottled EXCURSION Daily TO CALIFORNIA. O O June tth to 2 d d h h h lax Omaha by the FRED KRUGa BREWING COMPANY Cmponont of (he fine Art of Browing. - . distributers: 129 BAUMEI81ER BROS. Street, Ogden. Independent Phone MB. ADAM SNYDER, 272 Main, Balt Lake City. Boll Phan 1C61Y. Ind. Phono 1021. JOHN J. GREINER, Street, Ogden. Independent Phono 212. Twnty-Flft- h 869 Twenty-fourt-h 1 THE HANAN SHOE i offers the ease of softy pliable leather and the elegance of smart styles; .made permanent by the very best material and skilled workmanship. 16th. o' y India Brewed to a ' Via Southern Pacific Co. and Nevada Northern Railway. Specie train leaves Ogden Friday, June 7th, 9 p. m., arrives Ely 8 next morning; two day In Ely; leaving there I p. m., Sunday, June 9tb. arriving Ogden 7 a. m., Monday, June 10th. Partial so desiring may remain tn Ely until June 12th, returning on toe regular train. wot-uaU- rice and Bohemian hops minus all unnecessary substance. the American taste exactly suited to tha needs of our strenuous American life nerve toning, tissue building, restful, invigorating nourishment in quickly assimilable form, with no tax whatever on the digestion. Fragrant, inviting, appetising, snappy, sparkling and peculiarly delicious to the palate try a cold bottle of Luxus with your luncheon today Then order a coed sent home by your dealer. It is the - S-- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO beers, exciting wines and liquors, and confine your liquid refreshment to that delectable summer beverage at h Packard sfioefcrinm Thou- sands- 1-- accompaniment. It wins its way on merit alone, and is content to do so. The verdict of those who wear this Ef- O Ogden to Baa Franclsog and reO f 80.00 turn (direct) O O t Ogden to Baa Francisco and reOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO turn (one way via Portland).. 942.50 to Los Angolas and re-- ' OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Ogden turn via Southera Pacifle....940.90 O to Loa Angeles and reO Ogden O SEAMEN'S STRIKE ENDED. Salt Lake Routs.... 931.50 turn vis o Ogden to Los o Angeles sad re4. seamen's O The Juna O Paris, via Portland turn way (one vlrla O O strike regarded as being 922.40 San Francisco) and O tually ended and the men are O .to return until Aug.' Tickets good O everywhere expected to resume O allowed. O work within twenty-fou- r hnura. O 31st, Stopovers O The navigation companies have O O accepted the government's rec- - O SIO REWARD O ommendstlona and will restore O WHEAT DROPS TWO CENTS. O the offirers and crews without O For the arrest and conviction of any O insisti&a on any penalties. O party or parties stealing the Ogden ' Chicago, June 4. The wheal mar. O O Standard or the Morning Examiner. ket today broke early In the tfadlng OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LAMAR NELSON. Circulator: two cents from the closing prices of waa reason a chief The yesterday. lump at Liverpool caused by reports of Improved conditions In eastern . OGDEN CITY, UTAH. TO OUR CUSTOMERS: Europe. The focal weather waa also considered favorable and thla weakFOr business convenience the Utah Light ft Railway Company ened the market The liquidation for haa found It necessary to adopt the following plan for meter readJuly waa very heavy and trading waa ings, effective June 1, 1907. active in this option and also In Sepa All arenuee running north tad south except those in the Com- to tember. July wheat opened to 4 and sold lower at 96 merclel District (which are Wall Avenue from Twenty-thir8treet to at 95 Twenty-sixtStreet to Street, Lincoln Avenue from Twenty-fourtStreet to Twenty-fiftStreet, Grant Avenuo from Twenty-fourt- h Twenty-fift- h from Twenty-seconStreet, and Washington Avenue OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Street to Twenty-sixtStreet) and all streets running scat and west, o o north of Nineteenth Street, will be read on or before the 15th of each BOMB DISASTER. O o month. Bills for these readings will be mailed on the 15th and diso o count of 10 per eent will be allowed up to and Including tbe 22nd. O Detectives and Soldiers Killed O The Commercial District, referred to above, including Twenty-fourtO O by Terrorists, Street from Wall Avenue to Adame AveStreet and Twenty-fiftO O nue, and all the Street! running east and west, south of Nineteenth O Lodz. June 24. Two detec- - O Street, win be read on or before Hie last day of each month. Bills for O tlves were killed and two sol- - O there readings will be moiled on the last day of the month, and disO dlers and three other persona O count of 10 per cent will be allowed up to and Including the Tth of O wounded In a street here today O the succeeding month. O by a bomb thrown at the police O O official by terrorists. A pa- - O Thla applies to all metered electric lighting and gaa accounts. O trol of Infantry, attracted by O Bills for current sold for power purposes will be rendered at O the explosion, appeared upon O of the month as heretofore. the end O tbe scene noon afterward and O DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED, ONLY, ON BILLS PAID AT O opened fire upon the crowd, O THE OFFICE OF THE COMPANY WITHIN SEVEN DAYS FROM O wounding thirteen persona O O Thirty arrests were made in O THEIR DATE. O connection with the affair. O UTAH LIGHT ft RAILWAY COMPANY. O O 3-- 8 The Packard need no brass band 1C07f O THREE KILLED IN The Creaks la the United States are CAPTURED Lake... 12: 20 a.m. sending home such glowing accounts a.m. 2:10 Lake... of their adopted country that the emiSalt Lake Local... 10:10 a.m. gration fever fika spread to all parts From Balt Lake... 11:35 a.m. of Greece and (he exodus to Amerloa UniLoa Angelee 1.20 p.m. has become ao great that tha Chamted No, 1 From Salt Lake... 2:35 p.m. ber of Deputies la endeavoring to find Na 11 From Salt Lake... 2:12 p.m. aome way by which to put a check to CAUGHT TAKING SEALS IN PRO- No. 2 Eaatera Expreaa... 7:20 pm. the depopulating forces. Our consul HIBITED WATERS. at Athens says the report of RIO GRANDE WESTERN R. R. CO, general a committee gives tbe number of Greek emigrants to America brtnreeu Japanese Alee Guilty of Sealins. But Depart. . No. 0 Atlantia Mall ...... 7:42 a.m. 1262 and305, lncluaiva, aa 62.224. Up They Are Not Subject te International Agreement lAke and Eaat 2:00 a.m. tJH 1297 tka numbers emigrating ware Na Na 14 Salt lakePsesenger 1:12 p.m. small, being only eight In tha year No. 2 Atlantic United.. 1:10 p.m. la 1891. Nearly No. 4 Atlantia Kepraaa.. 7:00 pju. 1269, and Washington, June 4. The secretary half of tha rut Ira number In America, Arrive. From Fait Fmm Salt No. 2 Xu, s No. 12 No. 7 No. 17 OGDEN, DTAIL DEE-STANFO- RD SHOE CO. SOLE AGENTS C. T. Man Talks New Turk, Chicago, San FraacUeo. Dr. C. Heath and Soir.pany, Incorporated PuhliehexB of Toot Sooka for Schoola and Colleges. P. O. Box No. 22. Portland, Ore., May 18, 1967. Mr. Fronds G. Luke, Salt Lake CKy, Utah. Dear Mr. Luke I am In receipt of your favor of reaent date with Cheek for 17.B9. enclosed. A man Who can collect money from C. B. Carman la a wonder, and It affords me much gratification to know that than Is on earth one man who can make aueh dead beat to the mark. . 1 will take pleasure In advicing ' my friends to turn their bod debt over to you for eoilectlou. Very Lu J. PHEBUS. truly yours, Mr. Fhebua didn't know about those rod atreeko at hooerty that exiet In every body. Carmen lives In Chicago. Phebue travail cut of SeaUle. Wo collevtsd this easily, sod It was about eight years old. Merchants Protective Association Scientific CoSectors of Honest Debts Commercial Natienal Bank Bulldl ng. Salt Lake City. Build-- , 77, 72, 23, 24, 27, 98, 29 end 100 Commercial Natienal Bank Laka City. Ing, Balt Francis Q. Luka, General Mgr. - "Soma People Don't Lika Ux"