|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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uobxixg examined ogdex, rTAii, eatctidat, arsis TIIn B? PHSE'S BURIED WORK OF A TWENTY NEW ALL WHEAT FLAKE CELERY 1907. 29, ENGINES BOLD, BAD IN ONE CONING ROBBER GRAVE contributes more nutriment to HARRIMAN SYSTEM IN NEED OF impoverished bad blood than HE ATTEMPTED TO TAKE A RING MORE POWER. FUNERAL OVER BODIES OF FROM A WOMAN S FINGER. any single article of diet known VICTIMS HELD FRIDAY. to men. Persons with rebellious of a Score of New ConsolidatCrook and Arrival Albert Pleghn, ed Locomotives le Expected Daily stomachs can eat it with a sense Most Impressive Services Ever Held A Police. Yegg, Is Arretted by Te Be Used Out of Ogden. in Davis County Attended By Bogus Money Operator Nabbed. of genuine relish. e Two Thousand 1,000 10c Turnover Collars 100 2oc fcilk LAY-TC- N Collars 5c 500 15c 10c Collars Gloves People, For uIs by all TOWMfcflU. EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Independent Phone II Phone, two ringo ....NS. 81 U No. IU8INES8 OFFICE Independent Phono Boll Phono, one ring No. ES No. K BREVITIES NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 4a mak-Is-a complaint regarding the delivery of the Examiner do eo direct to circulation department, and not to can riera. Any aubecrlbar falling to receive the Examiner will ooafor a favor by calling Na U either phone before Its LAMAR KELSON, (Signed) Circulator. See Melon Traaiter Co. for atorego of all kind. Our apeclelty la moving planoa, furniture tad cilice fixtures, If you ara going to move tea Mtlad Iraaafer vena. Leave orders tor ooal. a US Twenty-fift8L Blade Phone. h WANTED Chambermaid at Reed Hotel, hnuao to FOR BALE Good he moved off. Chauncey Parry, Cor. 23rd and Wash. pound of Rexall rema die just received by T. H. Carr, the druggist. These wonderful remedies are fast taking the place of the old 8,000 to ' C.OOn patent medicine. H Try a case.yif Fraucle Ritters mous red currants. Roth phones. fa(- -) The north side of the large randy la being factory of painted with a large display sign, the letter being about three feet loug. The funeral services, simple and Impressive, over the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Scofield Kershaw and their two daughters. Annie and Rhode, the victims of the terrible catastrophe of last Wedneeduy, weie held at the West My ton meeting houur. In Davis county, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ' The edifice being too small to accommodate the great number of friends, who gathered to pay their final respects to the deceased, the services were held outside in the The wall of the meeting grove. house, which waa draped In white, answered as a background for the open air pulpit. The four caskets, a hich were completely hidden in great bauka of flowers, were upoa a bier of white. The services were presided over by Bishop D. E. Layton. The music waa furnished by the West Layton choir, with a duet, "Saved by Grace, by Mra. Thomson and Mra. Ella Burton. The speakera were: Apostle David O. McKay, of Ogden; Richard Scofield, Charles E. Thorogond and WilUard Frink, of Layton; President Seymour B. Young, Charles R. Savage and Andrew Jensen, of Salt Lake City; President J. H. Grant, of Davis Slake, and Bishop D. EL Lsylon. The speakers spoke comforting words to the rela tivea of the deceased, of their faithful services to the church and of the true and noble lives they lea. At the conclusion of the services the cortege, which wee more then two miles In length, was formed and proceeded to the Kayaville cemetery, where the Interment took place. One large grave was made fur the caskets, containing the bodies of father, mother and two slaters, who had met such a terrible death by being run down by a limited passenger train on Wedueaday last. The aides of the wall of the grave were draped In white cloth. Interwoven with roses, which formed a complete blanket, in which the four caskets were tenderly placed and wrapped. At the conclusion of a hurt service at the grave, the seven surviving children, four buya and three girls, yach placed a large wreath of fluwera upon the single mound of the final resting place of the four beloved ones who were so cruelly snatched from this life. Sfaupe-Wllliam- a Sheet music 1 0c. Thom Music Co., 314, 2Bth street. Albert Ploghn,- who halls from Illinois and gives his occupation as laborer, was arrested last evening about 11 waa arrested last evening about 11 oclock by Sergeant Pinruck and OfThe officers believe ficer Russell. they have two atroug cases against the prisoner, obe of housebreaking and another of burglary. It appears that Hgbn, about five o'clock yesterday after or, with a view to robbery, entered the Palace rooming houae on 25th street, between Uraul and LJnooln avenues, and unlocked a dKr of a room which waa occupied by one C. L. Hatton and who waa shaving at the time. I'pon reseeing the room ocupled, Ploghn tired and the occupant of the room thought the room had been entered by mistake. About eleven o'clock in the evening, at the same place, Ploghn attempted to take a ring from the finger of one of the lady tenants and her cries Martin brought an employ named Ofenlock to the rescue. The two men scuffled, Ploghn receiving a severe drubbing, the effects of which were much la evidence when brought to the station. Ofenlock, who la of powerful physique, built on the order of a held hla man until Bergeant Plucock and Officer Russell came to hla rescue. Upon being searched at the station, a ladles' heavy gold ring and a ladles' watch chain were recovered from hie person. In all probability, Ploghn will have to stand trial on the above named - Groeors ne TOO MUCJjJS Whiskey la Net Always Good te Taka When Teeth Are Extracted. DIED Ambrose Greenwell, son of A resident of this was the Inla and Florence Grwrnwell. Born nocent cause of a littlecity excitement last Juna 27. 1907, at West Weber, died evening about 8 o'clock. He made June 28, 1S07. up bin mind that thirteen of hla teeth must come out forthwith. He thereSheet music 10c. Tbomat-Hurn- e fore repaired to one of the city's Music Co., 814, 25th street. dental parlors with this purpose upHe waa up permost in his mind. Articles of Incorporation of the against a hard proposition and knew First Church of Christ Scientist, of It, too, but declined to have ether or (hlu city, have been filed with the gas administered, but finally concluded secretary of slate. The capital stork to take a good dose of whiskey. After of the corporation Is 8180, divided Into ten teeth had been extracted the pa share of the par value of fl each. t d paired a real and the dentist Into an inner room to com stepped Thomas-Hnrn-e 10e. Sheet music some work. While he was abplete Musly Co., 314, 25th street. sent our hero made it a "rest" In the completest sense, emptying the last Mrs. H. L. Bell and son have re- contents of a pint flask. turned from Spencer, Idaho, where When the Job wis completed the they have been the guests of Mrs. H. dentist left hla patient resting on the H. Spencer for the past three weeks. couch in charge of his two boys. The The Bell are the gnets of the R. A. father acted very strangely and Grants at Camp Grant. alarmed the I toys, and one ran for a doctor and the other for an officer. Sheet music 10c. Thomas-Hom- e Officer Vance and Dr. Powers reMusic Co., 314, 25th street. sponded and the latter found the man Buffering with an overdose of whis8. M. Carhart, former old time resi- key. A plut of the amber fluid at dent of Ogden, but now of Pearl, Ida- one time is considered a pretty good ho. la hero visiting wltn hla old friend dutte for a man who Is used to It, and A. M. White, for a few days. Mr. Car-huwho could carry It without any usrd to run out of Ogden as an result, but In this esse It put engineer on the Oregon 8bort Line the patient tar beyond the stinging year ago. effects of pain. The doctor took prey cautionary measures against a Sheet music toe. Thomas-llorn- e fit and assured the boys their Music Co., 314, 25th street. father wsa entirely out of danger. tU-n- rt wh-ke- Dr. rowers is building a terrace on L. J. Hollher,' who la In charge uf Grant avenue, between Twenty-thir- d Brother'! Construction company 37 Corey le Twenty-fourtstreets, it and at Copper now by CO feet and is to be two storlea which Is near operating Nevada, has high. It will be modern In every re- Mountain,from Tecoma, a flying trip to Black-foo- t, returned spect. Idaho, where he has just perfected title to one hundred sixty Sheet music 10c. Thomas-Hom- e acres of fine lsnd. Mr llolther purMusic Co.. 314, 25th street. chased the land about five yean ago It hha appreciated Agent Cpeveri of the O. 8. L, at 36 per acre. notified the men on the transfer that during the interval to the extent that offered $19 per acre, which beginning with today their pay would he waa s lie Increased nearly 10 per rent. he promptly refused. It ts Mr. Intention to hold the land for Hereafter, truckers' will receive and transfer men $2.03 per day. This a home place. Increase Is timely and obliterates a SPECIAL EXCURSION EAST VIA source of contention which has existed in the past and brings happiness to the Union Pacific, July 18th and 25th. a body of sixty men at the freight Tickets good to return until October 31st. Ask agents for particulars. dejiat. h Hoi-ther- DURING THE MONTH OF JULY Have your house painted outside and freshened up inside. For quick work you cant do better than to get some of our ready mixed, ready to apply paints and varnishes. Surprising how many yards a pound or so will go and how far a dollar will travel with it. Griffin Paint Oil Glass Go. & Ofenlock identified a clothes brush which had been taken from Fred Clark, one of the men arrested in company wilh Janies Mason, who passed the counterfeit ten dollar bill, thus connecting three of the men arrested last night, with the robberies of the Palace rooming house. Charged with Pasting Bogus Money. Yesterday afternoon three men. Janies MAaon, Ed. Shea and Fred Clark, painter, cook and miner, respectively, all translnems, were arrested by the officers Later, James Mason was Identified as the man who had, earlier In the day. given young Blaine Snyder, a clerk In the Uarkalow Bros', nook and street, becurio store on Twenty-fifttween Lincoln and Wall avenue, a bill on the Merchants bogus mi Planters' hank or Georgia. With this bill Mason purchased-box of Crerao cigar for $2.25 and received the change In caeh. lie disposed of the dgara to a Jap and their whereabouts is known and will be recovered today. The officers are of the oplukrn that they have In custody a trio of pretty bad men. h ten-doll- a PLENTY 81-9- charge. INSRANCE INDICTMENTS. New York, 28. Indictments rharg Ing conspiracy ami forgery against George R. Bcrugham. manager of the International Policy Hoier committee, and Charles F. Stirrup, an employe, were returned today by the county grand Jury. The chargea grew out of the recent election of trustees o ft he New York Life Insurance company. HOLMES CONCLUDES TESTIMONY 25 Dozen 45c Lisle Gloves, The arrival of twenty new consoli- dated standard freight engines fur the Harrlman system is expected daily. Tbe engines are to run uut of Ogden and will do much toward keeping freight on the move and will obliterate the condition which made It necessary to put the engine crews on the chain gang system sgaln, which was done two days sgu, as has already been nuled in this paper. The company found it Impracticable to handle the increasing freight traffic and at the same time permit each engineer to run the same engine, which rested when the engineer reared. The chain ganging of the engine crews Is only temporary, for the men who ride on tbe right hand side of the cab ara promised they will have their own engines Just as soon as the new ones arrive. Consequently, the boys are Jubilant over the news. It was thought under the present arrangement, that those removed to Moutello, would be brought back to Ogden, but a question to this effect brought out the Information that the system would remain cut In two. and consequently the families would remain In Mnntello. LINDSAY .". n n n n Belts ..a............ ...... 5 dozen 20c ugh IMi 6 10 dozen 35c Wash licit 15 dozen 00c Wash Kelt .,.,,, loc 25c 50c Hose o0 dozen 2oc Ohildpen a Iiuw 19c Children' Hone 25 dozen 15c Children' llone 25 dozen 20c -- . ,15c ,10c Corset Covers A Trip From Ogden to Moatollo With tho "775. 25 dozeu 00c Cover and 70c Corset Sic ', Drawers When we arrived at Pigeoa We found tbe tank waa dry; 5.000 gallons is a small amount When the tonhage Is ao high. The switch we threw wide open To get into 'he elear. But Floren then informed us That we would stay right here. ' For there was no water In the holler, No' water In the tank,' And unless he got some quickly. The fire he'd have to bank. 10 dozen 30c Ladie' Drawer ..................... 2oc Drawer 25 dozen 15c Children Drawer 25 dozen 65c Ladies 150 Then Lindsay came rolling up With engine 2418. She was puffing proudly. As though she were a' queen. . jards colon, ; Veiling 30c Hewing Hilk Veiling, UOW liitettiiaieef Automobile all 1,000 l'reie yard UOW IMIMMMlIIMIlKMMMlfMM 50C Veiling, He took the alack and tried to start: Then took the slock again, Before he did discover He waa fastened to a train. 500 yard 71-2- c Challies 1,000 yard 10c Lawn 400 yard 17 Fine Dimities 250 yard 204 Imported 1awns 450 yard 30c Imported Dotted Swim .11c 15c Corset 91 G5c amj 75c $$$ Cover Embroid- 3oC iiMtffiii EmbroidFlounce II IMM $ I ll M I 9C 4c 6c 12 e . jdrda ery Wash Goods I( ,54c Embroideries eries 500 yard so Bfl)C 250 We then politely naked him. Would be above ua into clear? "Sure! is what he answered, I am an engineer. He then stopped entirely. I want to aay. Said he: I will not push you into clear, Unleas I get freight pay. So we held a consultation, And finally we agreed That we would pay the balance If he would allow his speed. 2-d- asp 10 dozeu 1.T5 Lisle Glove, lO bultuu 25 dozen 75c Kavser Silk 1! loves, 10 dozen 1.75 Kayser Silk (1 loves, 5 dozen f 1.25 Silk Glove, length 10 dozen 2.00 Silk Glove, length 5 dozen f2.25 Silk Glove, length 12 dozeu 2.50 Silk Glove, length TOJHE RESCUE (Written by a Brakeman.) We started out of Ogden, With a train of 1,700 ton, The 775 was s compound And strictly on the bum. and 23c Turnover Collars . . . .10c l-2- c 15c 22 l-2- c Tailored Suits Our entire stock of Tailored Suit at half price, ' ft 28. E. June Washington, Holmes. Jr., former associate statist! dan of the agricultural department today concluded- - his testimony In his RUSH LIME TO COAL MIRES own behalf in hla trial on the charge In the case practically la concluded. I xi cal coal men are greatly InterIt Is expected that a verdict will be ested in the report received In Balt secured next week. . Lake that the Oregon Short Line ia AGAINST CLEMENCEAU. rushing with all haste the work of constructing a branch road eight milea at galleries of the long to the Kemmerer coal mine Tarle, June 28.-chamber of deputies were packed y Kemmerer, Wyo. The new line la to leave the main In anticipation that a battle royal the result of which would be tbe road at Kemmerer and ran up Ham'a overthrow of Premier Clemenceau or fork to the mouth of Willow creek, another victory for that resourceful and up Willow creep to mine Noa. statesman. Notice of nearly twenty 4 and 5 of the Kemmerer field. The haa not been Interpellations had been given, cover- survey for the line but haa been however, here, of the stopped the ministry, policy general ing recently disthe use of troops In suppressing the continued on toward the flelJs twenty coal TOntenelle covered south of the In the France, disorders haa twenty-fconsequent bloodshed and other mat- miles beyond. The company men and teams at work on the ters growing out of the wine growers' ive extension at present and It la undermovement. men are to be The prosiects of a vlrtory for the stood more teams and In an effort to work premier, however, had brightened ap- rushed In on the to the Fonte-nell- e line new the the since complete only yesterday, preciably district before cold weather and radical socialists of the majority kulfe that field for Utah consumpto war tbe up declared open group having tion. on him. There la no change In the local situThe retail and the ation to date. VERDICT OF GUILTY. wholesale dealers are expecting word Houston. Texas, June 28. The Jury daily to raise tholr prices and It Is In the case of Monk Gibson, the negro probable that the Increase will be 50 I toy charged with complicity with cents on lump and nut and 25 cent Felix Powell In the murder of Mra. on alack and mine run. A. J. Conditt and four children in October. 1903, near Edna. Texas, toSECOND WARD TONIGHT day returned a verdict of guilty wgh death. at "punlahnient Program to Be Rendered for Benefit of Improvement Fund. WILL TAKE POSSESSION OF ROAD. Some two week ago the Second Chicago. June 28. The lease of the ward young people gave a very clever A railroaJ Quincy Chicago. Burlington entertainment for a worthy purpose. to the Chicago. Burlington A Q'lincv It waa well patronized and the people rescinded Railroad company haa been liked it. At the same place and toby mutual consent, and tire former night at 8:30. the young people of the company will on Monday resume possame ward, promise the public a belsession of the property and operate It ter treat than waa given them two in its own name. The Railway comwhich Is for the benand weeks ago pany waa organised in 1901 In the in- efit of the Improvement fund. terest of the Railrosd company. The program which consists of two concert and cantata, follow: parte, EXPLAINS. HARRIMAN E. H. Miss Carrie Browning, accompanist '. 1 Orchestra Overture Unintentionally Violated the Regula- 2 Vocal Solo Jfixs Elda Plngree tions at the Varalty Races. 3 Inst. Selection.... Beatrice Boyle EL F. Tout 4 Vocal Soto New York. June 28. EL H. Harrl-ma- 5 Drill 12 Girls who waa taken nto custody by 6 Vocal Solo . . . Mina Ellen Thomas Internal revenue officers at the races 7 Quartette. Selected at New London yesterday, said today E. S. Tout. Ben Crlichow. Charles that he was no doubt guilty of a vioCritchlow and Willard Lund the lation of the regulations governing Mrs. Fred J. Clark 8 Vocal Solo It was unintentional. course, but that 9 Shadow Stories lal Solo, "Rock of Ages CHEAP ROUND TRIP RATES TO Mi Ixmra Jenkins, Ine Wilcox California daily, June 23rd to July (b) Grayer 6th. See agents for particulars. Miss EHva Littlefield. Mary Ellis Elate Shorten Solo (c)- The Martyr". .Nla B. Unquist WANT ADS YIELD BIO RESULTS. Miss C. Browning riano Solo WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS (dl "Where la My Boy Tonight"... Miss lone' Wilcox WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. Skirts to 50 per cent off. Skirt 33 Our entire gtock of Silk Suits, Kimonan, Silk Silk Coat and Covert Jacket at a great He then reversed bis engine. And once more took the alack. And when he came against them The cabnoie began to crack, But It withstood the pressure And ht shoved ua into clear. And since then we arc all convinced That Lindsay la an engineer. 250 1-- 3 ts, dincount. LAST & THOMAS Tbe to-da- 30 11 12 (e) Caught In th ' Vocal Solo Plano Solo Aet W. 8. Paine Mlea C. Browning Conuta "The Little Oyprie, Introducing eoloe, etc. Cast of Characters. lone Wilcox Daley, a Gypele Girl Glen Tout Ike, a Gypaie Boy Elsie Shorten Florence Elarle Ethel Thomas Kate Bloomer Frank Elite ......Ensign Herrick Lester Malan Willie Fair . FINUCANE WORKING HARD Chicago Lad Getting In Condition for Hio Bout With Shoels. Billy Flnucane, who ! training at Glen wood park for hi fight with Mug-e- y Sboels on tho afternoon of the 4th of July, haa convinced a whole lot of the wise one that hio performance agalnet Dick Hyland did not become him. In fart It wao not worthy of him according to the allowing the little fellow la making In hie dally woik out. At that time Fin'a wind gave out In the third round. Yesterday he went ten round and cried for more. Besides when he work, he works. Maura Herrera, hie trainer and sparring partner, can go some hlmeelf. He goes after the local lad ike an Irishman after an orange colored banner. Yesterday he went after Fin and endeavored to knock him out but he failed and had to admit that the little fellow waa there with Rhe good. Herrera otatea that he ha alreay gotten ha man In excellent shape and that his condition lo better than it ever waa before. . THE CAPTURE OF AZOTE. The following ie an extract from a paper recently ready by a member of the French Institute before the French National Society of Agriculture on tho production of nitrate of lime: The only noted fertiliser of quick assimilation which haa been in use up to the present time la nitrate of soda. Imported from Chile. The air contains Immense quantities of nitrate offering an Inexhaustible source to draw upon. The progreaa of elect science haa afforded ua a meant of capturing thio useful element. Azote is captured from the air by mem of an electrical furnace heated to a very htch temperature. The azote in the rl-r- air le oxidized and converted. Into ton does nil approve of tie oae of umaaotic or nitric acid. Varioua ingenbrellas daring the enemy's firing and ious applications take place In a number of granite chimneys, accomplishwill not allow the Gentlemen'e BonY ing a gradual concentration of thle to make them selvae ridiculous In tbe acid, which le finally received into a eyea of the army. After tbe battle wooden chimney filled with quick lime. Colonel Tynllng woe reprimanded by This lime abeorbe the nitric acid and the duke for the offense, permitting le converted into nitrate of lime thu aid tbe great man, "Tbe guard! la produced contain centrated in basic heated to about 146 degreee. The mat. uniform may, when on duty at SL ter in fusion le afterward poured Intd James', carry umbrellas it they please, cylinders, then pulverised, when it la but in the field It te not only ridiculous Lot it not be forgotready fur nee. Tbe nitrate of lime bat unmUitary. thus produced contains an average of ten, however, that the delinquent 13 per cent of assimilable azotn. This dandies though they wen, proved powder le very hydroecopic that ia themselves among tbe bravest when to say. It readily take up the damp- fighting wao going oil St, James' tire ness in the atmosphere and gradually sette. eeiumee a doughy consistency. The factory putt the article on the market What a Hatpin Revealed. In closely made barrel, containing 220 A certain large millinery eetablteh-pounds each. The nitrate lo thus dement makes a specialty of women's livered to the consumer In good condition and lo kept close In the bar- trimmed kata at $5 and $10. It to cutrels until uaed. ting largely Into the trade of the small Many experiments have proved that er high priced dealers. A short time nitrate of lime le ae good a fertilixer ago a woman of fashion went into tbs ae nitrate of soda. Its action la the establishment mentioned and tried on same in all kinds of ground, even In Mveral hate, but found none to suit In some kinds of her. Before celrareoua land. going out obe mteeed farming, especially in the cultivation valuable hatpin. A careful search of the beet, it le superior to nitrate of failed to to light and ite disit bring sometime which is detrimental soda, to a perfect development of the plqnt appearance remained a mystery. A few days later tbe customer, still lookAlthough the raw material for the manufacture of nitrate of lime is In ing for a suitable hat visited one of the air and le cheap end Inexhaustible tbe expensive millinery shops In thq In quantity, its conversion into an arcity. Among the hate shown to he ticle for nee le costly. An expenelve none of which was priced lower then element In ite manufacture le the mo$35, wee one that closely resembled tor power which le necessary to obtain one of tbe hots oho had tried on in the the high temperature of the electrical ten dollar store. Rhe took It np to ere furnace. Waterfalls, carefully con. mine it more closely. Ae she felt trolled, are Indispensable, end Nor- the trimming ehe noticed that the eud way ie exceedingly rich in this form of of a hatpin was concealed beneath a power. In France the cost of produchunch of artificial flowers. Drawing it tion will he much greater than in out, oho discovered it to be her missing Norway. hatpin. New York Tribune. i ft Umbrella In te conceivable Betti, that the officers of Wellington'o day thought him a terrible old bully. He actually forbade umbrella In battle! He expected them not only to expose and sacrifice their lives at the word of command, but ac- tually to risk the tarnishing of their beautiful uniforms in the rain which fen during a battle near Bayenae. He oaw the Grenadier sheltering under a forest of umbrellas and rent off Lord Hill with this message; "Lord Welling Retribution of the Law. ' Judge (to lawyer) Mr. Rharp. are you defending this prisoner? Lawyer I am, your honor. Judge And bow much to he charged with stealing! Lawyer Fifty dollars, your honor. Judge-W-e'll let him go. Hell be pun tahed enough anyhow. Lawjer-Wh-at do you mean, your honor? Judge-W- hy, by the time yon get that $3 and then be works out the other $100 you'll charge him he'll be sorry enough be ever was dishonest Toledo Blade.