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THE M0RX1NQ EXAMINER: flrsi fire wu light; in the second. I the building injured to the extent of 25, while the kiss ou the contents is about $50. Tho first fire wu of incendiary of Conlin's origin. A countryman entered and demanded a drink free. Conlin roiused the demand, and the SKULL FRACTURED. man, whose name is unknown to Con-- 1 Un, stepped outside at the rear of the Cliff Andoraon Is Struck by Car of saloon and struck a lighted match to Lulia I. Savage. some waste paper, selling the saloon on fire. j - Salt Lake. Aug. 11. Cliff Auder-so- a A domestic went to a clothes closet of 313 West Fifth North street at the Howard residence, carrying a a carpenter, is lying at the L. D. 8. lighted match, to gel some clothes, boopilal in an alarming condition and a l'rk dropped from the match from Injuries received In an automo- and set the clothes on fire, the blaze . bile accident at E and South Temple spreading to the building. streets at noon Saturday. Anderson, FRAUD IN MINING SUIT. on n bicycle, wu struck by Leslie 263. L Savage's automobile.and No. rendered Salt Laks, Aug. 11. Fraudulent thrown from his wheel uaeoaacious. In which state be re- transactions covering a period of sevmained for hours. No bones were enteen years are charged In a suit broken la tbs fall anA Saturday night filed in the district court Saturday ho was not thought to ho internally Involving title to a group of mining claims iu tho Iron Springs district injured, but hi condition wu extremely critical and he in Iron county, this state. The suit may die. The chief Injury appear to brought by William A. Twitchell to bo a bruise at the aide of the head. and by Alice Lindsay, administratrix The skull is fractured aad there la of the estate of James R. Lindsay, . concussion of the brain. Dr. Ralph against James C, McGarry, E. T. Richards la attending Andoraon. McUarty. Lillian M. Wilson, J. E. The automobile, occupied by Mra. Harper, Elizabeth R. Harper. Edna 8. Savage and the chauffeur, waa com- McUarry, J. F. Lounger, J. M. Wicks, ing down East South Temple street Bbermu McGarry, Sheridan McGarAnderson and a wagon approached ry and Elisabeth McGarry. j the automobile from the west. In MAJOR STANTON'S GIRL BRIDE. the meeting of the vehicle Anderson behind the wagon and dropped Salt Lake, Aug. 11. Mr. end Mrs. swerved to the left, in front of the automobile, which struck him. The William B. Nye of Third avenue, San occupants of the machine stopped and Francisco, announce the marriage of rendered what assistance to Ander- their daughter, Blanche to Major Wilson they could. No blame attaches liam Augustus Stanton of Goldfield, to the chauffeur for the accident Nev, the ceremony having taken Although Anderson, rendered un- place at the Fist Christian church. conscious for no long a time, his Ocean Park, Rev. C. C. Bentley officbreathing wu regular and hia pulse iating. WUh the above announcement the good. Tula Is the second accident Mr. romance at Major W. A. Stanton, forSavages automobile has been la mer chief of the Salt Lake fire desweetwithin the last two weeks. Twelve partment aad hia or fourteen days ago Mr. Savage heart is happily consummated. . The drove the machine into a galvanised formal paragraph does not contain wire across the road at the O. 8. L. any Inkling of tha trials and tribuladepot. He and Mrs. Savage, who tions the major waa forced to face were on the front seat, were dragged and overcome before he finally waa back Into the tonneau and severely allowed to go to the altar withMiaa bruised, Mrs. Savages lip being cut Blanche Nye, who la announced one The wire waa so small that It wu of the prettiest of the many beauties of the coast impossible for the driver to see it Two weeks ago Major Sun ton was in a state f Joyous expectancy. He BOY KILLED. bed proposed and had been accepted Thrown From Cart and Hie Skull le by Mies Nye. Everything was la readiness for the ceremony. Ihe major Fractured. had secured the license and thea fate In the shape of aa obdurate mother-lSalt Lake, Aug. 11. Tribune: e stepped in with aa official closely on the heels of the veto. Without a word of expiation, accident in which Cliff Anderson, carpenter, probably was fatally in- Mra. Nye whisked her daughter away jured, the life of little Alma M. from her fiance and declared that the son of Jo- approaching nuptials were not to be. Thomas, the seph M. Thomas at Capitol 11111, wu For a day or so the major stormed crushed out in another accident, the and raved and thea retired to the seat second within the day, at East and clusion 'Honeymoon cottage South Temple streets, about 3:30 Ocean Park, which he had fitted up The o'clock Saturday evening. expresasly for hie bride-to-bA speeding automobile frightened major refused to discuss hia interruptthe horse drawing a art occupied by ed wedding, but future events proved the unfortunate lad and an older that Instead of "sulking in hia tent" brother, and the younger lad wu he waa very busy. Mamma Nye and thrown from the cart to tha street her daughter also had sought secluwith violent force. Hia tender life sion at Ocean Park. Just when Major Stanton 'managed to pacify Mrs. Nye, wu dashed out in the fall. With blood flowing from the or what arguments he advanced are wounds in hia head, face, nostrils snd not known to tho world at large. Sudmouth the bd was picked up by tern denly, and without any announcement, der hands and hurried to hi home the fact of the marriage wee given la a buggy. life wu almost extinct, out After the ceremony Major Stanbut not quite, and a physician wu ton and hia wife left for Catalina for a to the called, wbpu efforts were of no brief stayat and then will return Ooeaa Park. After Sept I avail Hie hoy passed away within cottage will be at home in Goldfield. 1 they a few minutes after the fall. Major 8tanton is well known in Salt g The mothers grief waa to witnua. When the under- Lake aad the west. He la at present manager of the little Flortaker arrived she waa holding the general of Goldfield ence Leasing Ufeleu body in a frenay of grief that and has other company interest. He mining could not be auuaged. Refusing to going to be comforted. It wu necesury almost lived in Salt Lake before will admit to use force to remove the body from Goldfield. Major Stanton having celebrated at least fifty birththe mother's arms. days, while hia wife will celebrate her seventeenth next year. IDAHO TOWNSITE. ILO, KNIGHT PARTY BACK. Lewiston, Idaho, Aug. 10. The town of lk, Idaho, hu moved to new Region Hae Not Trip to Uintah townalte, recently prepared for it In Selection of Route. Everything wu arranged in advance. The streets were laid out Provo, Aug. ll.1 James Knight and the grades established, the grading party have returned from their trip done, and in some cases the landown- to tha Uintah country. Mr. Knight ers even went to the detail of having he has no particular Information the lawna prepared for their new says to give regarding his contemplated homes. railroad to the Currant creek coal Thursday, August 8, was set si city mine. Of course, there are several moving day, though the actual work routes for a railroad Into could not be done in leu than a different but no parof section that week. Ear a fortnight there have ticular routs cancountry,time be 4e this at been strange doings in the old town. elded upon. Houses that for muy years had stood Medical associaThe Utah flrmly upon their foundations might tion held ita County monthly session In the be seen riding high upon timbers, Commercial club rooms of Provo ready for tho move. Even the Hotel Wednesday afternoon. The doctor Ho wu Jacked up and moved en are at Die opinion that the city and muse. physlrianu do not receive salcounty hotel of The moving the proved commensurate with the ceraries buildthe greatest task of all of the vices rendered and they have decidings and for this purpose a traction ed to take action toward correcting engine wu secured. With this it alleged discrepancy. Both county wu but a matter of a abort time to the and city physicians are going to ask move the Mg hostelry. greater salaries. It is claimed by many in the com- forThe Logan City music committee munity that this la the first instuce visited Prove Thursday for the purIn this country of the use of a trac- pose of and inspecting tion engine for such a purpose. The the fine listening to The committee orgaa. pipe aome tn also wu used engine moving consisted of Chorister George W. of the other large buildings. Thatcher and Organist Smurthwalfa But one matter remains to be set- of the Cache stake. These mea were tled, for the new town. Its postofflee, the guests at Chorister Boshard o' and assurance have been given that the Utah stake while here. Praal tho change win be made. dent Reid, the local organiaL played the organ for the visitors, who were SECRET MARRIAGE. quick to announce that the lustre ment had the beat tone of any other Salt Lake, Aug. XL Daniel Davis, pipe organ In the state. The Cache 22 yean old, a son of Mrs. Annie B. take will probably install Just such Davis at 1055 Fuller Hill avenue, and an instrument nt Logan. Miss Alice Meyerh offer, 18, a daughter of John Meyerhoffer at 840 Grand avenue, desiring to have a little ro-- ' mance- - in their marriage, eloped to Farmington, Davie county, January 26, aad were secretly married. The announcement Friday of their marriage created the utmost surprise well among their frienJe their families, their attempt at teener haring been completely successful. ' The marriage license was procured H41l4tll4im444-4MI4MIIHIHIHI4ril-l of the Davie county clerk at Farming-toand the ceremony waa performed there. The next day Mr. and Mra UTAH CANNING CO. Davis quietly returned to this city, went to their respective home and OGDIN, UTAH. continued in their usual way. FriPaekare of High Grade VegetablM day they concluded they had kept friends and relatives In the dark aa Fin Feed Cataup. to their marriage a sufficient length Pure Peed Perk A Beans Plerea of time and they announced that they Pure Feed Hominy, were man and wife, to the agreeable Woreoatarahlre Sauea. surprise of their friends. one grade of goede hut Wa pack Mr. and Mra. Daria are making BEST. THE the with their home bridegroom's mother for the present Mr. Deris is aa employe of the Utah Light A Power company. . J. & READ & BROS. CO. OGDEN, UTAH. AUGUST MONDAY, 1907. 12, ts, UTAHN A 1 HEATER I7 Bill Evanlng. ti rurNlN6"Twe Ferfermanee j: and I i riucii at the programme Nickelodeon ILLUSTRATED GONG, CHEEK UP MART. TEDDT BEARS. RUSSIAN BALLET. Aef rmnuMM ctangM . and Sm'ioob cool u 111 Will comfortable. Theatre HUI, 2Sth It Electric the Reed HmR ckiUm BOTTLE INDUSTRY. THE TRUANTS, gtotrated Sons, KU)RA DORA." Astrakhan Red Apples mi Apricots at their best and Are GET B. EVANS T. CO. grocers & BOTH PHONES. 23L. 2364 Washington Avenue french dry CLEANING " HwIdi adJed a dry cleaning 1, partmeat to our business, wa art bow preparod to handle ladles and gentlemen' luita, poitlena aad all flno allk aad wool articlaa that should sot bo washed la tbo ordinary way. i la this department u wan aa is our laundry work to gin tbo public tbo beat servlet to ba had la tbo city. Wa propoaa OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY Www 437 174, Twenty-fift- St h 5PO0 DCPCNDED. ISr.lW 1,1 . aU. COUNTRIEl. IT - - - Mn EuMvafy. " TS.WO- - MM WaOMlWOTOH. c.I- MWw o. or . M- THE AGE By ED. MAGNER AND TWELVE LEADING VETERINARY SURGEONS d A Complete Pictoral Encyclopedia of Practical Reference for Horse and Stock Owners . heart-rendin- d - 1. Ml, SSailsmSS... SWIFT MlgerntbSt. & CO. Waahlaataa. D. C.J (PSSU u Comprising ail secMs of taming, controlling, and educating unbroken and vicious horses, with details of breaking up all habits to which homes are subject, the abuse of blinders, checking, etc., with chapters on fceiling, stabling, the teeth, etc.; also instructions ou'shoe- ing, embodying new anti reliable cures for contraction, weak feet, quarter cracks, corns, etc.; also, the fullest treatment in sickness, Injuries, and lameness, Including many valuable recipes hitherto kept as great secrets. Including description and illustrations of the various breeds of CATTLE, and their Breeding, Feeding, Care and Management. DISEASES OF CATTLE, and their treatment DAIRYING, BUTTER and CHEESE MAK- Wnd asites, very fully illustrated. ftWIXE AND THEIR DIKEAHEd, with Illustratios of the Various Breeds, and ' fullest description of their Diseases, and complete detail of treatment, embodying all the latest remedies. THE POULTRY INTERESTS, with the Various Breeds, and Principles of Breeding by the most approved method, with Treatment of Diseases. THE IK)G AND I1IS AILMENTS. BEE CULTURE, embodying the most reliable Instructions from authentic sources on the best methods of the Growth of Bees and their profitable management. FRUIT CULTURE, ' Grafting, Inserts Injurious to Fruit, etc., snd A PLEA FOR THE BIRD& Book is 10x7 and S 2 inches thick, 1,181 page, and HlIEliP-RAIKINPrice In doth, cash, fkOO; In half ING, MILK MARKETING, etc. , 1,750 illustration. with CUe and Management, and Treatment of Malig- leather, f 1.50 extra. Too heavy to ship by mail; 50 cents nant Diseases, aud new and interesting treatment on Par extra for express charges, n Twenty-fift- Dlr4f?r Ter h St E,,Ur" Racaa. all sporting oventa. Salt Lake, Two fires occurred Saturday night, one at 1(0 West Second Broth street. In the saloon run by Mlcharl Conlin, and the other at 24 South Firth West attest brick residence occupied a two-storby Mrs. C. Howard and owned by George Romney. The damage la the Harness and Aug. 11. t -- 1-- : THIS BOOK FREE To any person who will sign a contract to take either the Dally Btandrd or Examiner for one year and who pays the 11th and 12th months' subscription in advance; fl.00 Utah Light a Railway Company Right to Future Interur-ba- n Da-nit- s Roads. Tribune: Despite request! city councilman, the Utah Light A Railway company In , unwilling to ln-corporate in the new franchise for nineteen extensions' which it le asking, a provision that Interurban lines to be built hereafter shall, have the privilege of entering the city over the companys tracks."- "We are unwilling to concede that," said P, L. Williams, general counsel for the company, Saturday afternoon, "because It la too Indefinite a proposition. . Nobody can say now. where any Interurban lines will enter the city. If any ever do. This la a matter which should be considered when an Interurban line asks the privilegt of , coming Into the city." Councilman T. R. Blpck and others will probably Insist bn the Incorporation of this kind of a clause In the franchise, a spite of the opposition of the company. The committee on municipal lavra and streets, to which the proposed franchise has been referred, were to have held a Joint meeting Saturday afternoon to consider 1L In anticipation of the meeting, Mr. Williams had drawn up n new proposition for but only Councilman franchise; Black and Crabtree appeared, anJ the meeting went over until next week. The moat important provision of the new franchise which' Mr. Williams has drawn la one providing that all extensions granted must be completed within five years of the acceptance of the franchise by the company. This waa put in at, the .request of several members of the council, who thought aomo time limit ought to be fixed. Whether this limit la abort enough for the council remains to be ' The new franchise provides for several minor changes In the route of the street railway system. Including two additional blocks on Eighth West street, it also gives the com-nana franchise on Thirteenth mm "treet from about Ninth South to a olnt between First and Second tenth. This franCiilie Is for the benefit of m Grande Toung, who owaa n atone quarry in Emigration canyon. He proposes building a road across the United States military reservation connecting with the companys proposed line on Thirteenth East itreet, and hauling hia atone over the line to a atone yard which he expects to in- y Stall somewhere between First and ... oireels. a Tbia proposition. In all probability, will he stoutly opposed In the ooun-el- l, and by residents of the part of the elty affected by the proposed line, many of whom, It is claimed, object to the hauling of atone past their residences. , IN THE OIL FIELDS. Tribune: Articles of Incorpora! Ion of the Dixie OH Land company of Balt Lake were filed Saturday with lbs eounty clerk. The company owns even claims in the district in Washington eounty and proposes to operate and develop them. The capitalisation Is for 11,000,0410, of the par value of 81 a share, and 400,000 shares are set aside aa treasury stock. Officers of the company are: President, Frairo Knox: James B. Clark; secretary and treasurer, C. C. Crismon. The other directors are J. W. Currie, George W. J. W, McKlm and H. S. Moyer, Knight newly-discover- Tha SpragueJCeeler compinv, which the hotel bnalness at lark, this county, and at Richfield, Sevier county, filed Its articles Saturday with the county clerk. The capital stock .of the concern la 110,000. divided Into shares of the par value of f 25 each. The directors are Orson U. L Sprague and EL G. Keeler, Ricketts, la engaged In, cash down for country subscribers and f 1.50 cash down for city subscribers, gives this book to you and pays for two months' subscription. ... A luoi CunTKACT. THE The Little Thing That May Sometimes Prevent a Bale. A pan one lost me an order. I bad Just worked np the executive at a large concern tote a desire to buy. I had my contract form lying' on his desk with my finger on the dotted line, no reached ever toward hia pro rack, took off a pea and plunged It tote the InkwelL lie turned to mg with a frown on hie faeethe wen wu empty. ,, I wu ready with a fountain pen. The pen wu uncapped. I handed It to him. n started to write,. The Ink would not flow. I took It and shook It Again ba made the attempt with ao reantt. "1 wUl get sue," ho sold. So ho topped Into the other room. Evidently some on ntopiwd him with n quentiou, for he did not enme back for three minutes. Them be stood et his desk. He looked down at the contract. "I believe I had better think thla matter ever again," be said. And all the talk I put up could not budge him. I had loet a sale becauu my fountain pea waa empty. Now, am of my regular morning duties, week to and week out. Just as regular my share end my checking ever of calls to bo made and tho making out of my expense account to' filling my fountain pen. Jamos N. Bowes to System. , . u Te Ba CAIRO. bLiisj up 1 Fund Everywhere In the and en the Streets. The first thing that Impreoesa th stranger to Cfclro to the number of blind men, women and children te bg( found everywhere to the eiMpe and on the etreeta. Ophthalmia to lent throughout Egypt Boeauac of paretUloa concerning the evQ the natlre mothers et the mlddte ee the lower class de not at their babies at alL Watching homing uuheedad around these blind children, a rim to buy a fly whtak. .Thee are for sale everywhere and are quite ate tractive with their eraamento at beads and palm leaf fiber. Blind fare greet one at every form to the high ' class Egyptian there are many htlud. The classes of Egyptians are given to hasheesh thut to, the to the large cities and, although tt to against the law to aril It eat win bare the hasheesh pis cm pointed eut and the men who amok the drug are They are everywhere by the peculiar appearance at eyes, which become red, eweDen a yd baggy underneath, and by the pecullai color of the akin, which somewhat the skin of a Chi smoker Harriet Qnimby In LeeBel ' Weekly. ' The South Dakota Mining company ora wwriffiaa of Carthage, 8. D., Incorporated unNet Even the Clash. der the laws of Arisons, filed its ar' . were being shown ticles Saturday with the secretory of hia eon, liegsn to recite a psalm In tha Two ladle tote. The company la capitalised familiar Vulgate of hie youth, the dy-the Btate Hospital For the through fog man, scholar lu the lari, muttered, (300,000, but there la no statement Insane As they' entered n wend one of any properly that It owns In Utah. Non Ito. non Its! Hebraloe;" ao tho turned te the ether end Mid, "I wonJohn R. Funk of Park City Is proceaa repeated It In Hebrew, der If that clerk to rightl" He . for that matter,' Just aa attorney for the company la Utah. An tomato standing near overheard well have said ft to Coptic or Chinese, her and Instantly replied: "Great Beot for to him all toagean came naturally. Written In JaiL not It wouldnt be here if It waal"- Jail aeems to be a good place to which At eighteen he could write to thirteen Lipplncetfe to write books. Literary mea eurpass languages, oriental and European, and his we wrote find works among published John themselves there. The Pifferawae Banyan translations from the Arabic, Persian, "Fa. whats the difference hetwseB Pilgrim's Progress" to Jail. Gervantee wrote Dox Quixote" to prison. Defoe Syriac, Ethiopia, Hebrew, Coptic, ArIhe meaning of prepaid and ready?" menian, Georgian, Mongol. Chinee, told the plane for "Robinson Crusoe" "Well, there's asay a penes whe may he prepared te die hot I never during a term of confinement imposed Korean, Japanese, Greek, . Russian, him for the writing at a pamphlet Welsh aad Gothic, He to said to bare mw eae whe waa ready." Chicago called "The Shortest Way With the learned to apeak Armenian fluently to Herald. a fortnight and he preached to GeorDissenters. Leigh nunt wrote "Rimgian to a Georgian congregation to tha ini" In JaiL Sir Walter Raleigh durDont keep ao busy making money te afford pleasure that you hare no time ing his fourteen years Imprisonment Cathedral of Kutah, London Saturday Louis to the Tower of London wrote hto ex- Review. to devote to pleaaure-- St cellent "History of the World." Bllvlo Felllco aad Taaao both did their beat WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS, i work to Jail. at m 1 u Globe-Democr- Ill I III 14 1441 ! 1 II 1 4 I H4444444d4 H4III 1 1 m4W4WWd LOOK AT THE LABEL AND INSIST ON OGDEN AND UTAH MADE GOODS 111 ll4HH'WtltHI I !! k HI HIH HtlHI I H TRIES TO BURN PLACE. Exchange and HOME MANUFACTURERS u - L I Embracing Home, Cattle, Bheep, and Bwine, Including Departments on Poultry, Dogs, Beea, tie Growth Care of Fruit Trees, Insects Injurious to Fruits, Grafting, Birds and Their Value to the Fannin IHtHIHtHHIH4IHIHHIHIIHIIHIIHHIIimiHH4HIHHItWWHl 1 1,756 Pictures Pages; 1,181 law-to-b- now EARLY AND SUPPLIED. Horse and Stock Book M-lowin- g CHEAPEST CALL The Greatest Saddlery The heat and Largest Kemifa turera In the West . 314 te M Twenty-fourt- h OGDEN, UTAH. B treat , 1 1 1 Columbia Club Perfeoto Ctgarm Columbia Club ' by Ggar 1 1 1 1 1 Co. UNION MADE JOHN HOXER PIONEER FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Manufacturer Iran and Brass Caet toga. Shafting, Pulleys,- - Boiler end Tank Work, end ell kinds of Machine Work. 2W1 Week. Ava. 'Phene 840 Bell Manufacturers of WhoeMIe and Retail Manufacturer of AWNINGS 82M Wach. II 1 WM. PEARCE UTAH VINtGAR AND PICKLE WORKS : TENTS and 1 1 1 Ava OGDEN. HWHHWWI Ogden Pharxnacal Company i, Blue Label. Flavoring Extracts and Gold Cross Olive Oil , ' t H4-4dl- iiiiHWwniiiimi ALWAYS THE BEST mad 1 , VINEGAR and PICKLES TRICTLY A HOME PRODUCT. Edward BIchMl, Proprietor. Factory 84M Wall ', ' OGDEN, UTAH. Phone 107F. i Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company Manufacturers of Hnneysuckli Ev'porated Milk Wen the geld medal at the State m wilt M Fair, IMA A trial vines you there to none JUST AS GOOD Ask your Greyer for It FACTORY AT LOGAN. UTAH. GULES PLANING MILLS Manufacturers of gaah. Dm re. Frames, Mantles, Moulding, Weed Turning, Band. tawing and Stair Office and Mill Corner Building. Twenty-ecocnStreet and Washington Avenue, OppMlte Taber-naelPhones, Ind. ddd; Bell 130t ESTIMATES FURNISHED. ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK, d r. C W. CROSS CO Manufacturers of and WhefOMle aed Retell Dealers In THARNESS, SADDLES AND SA DLERY HARDWARE. 2250-229- 2 Washington Avenue, Bell Telephene MBJt '" J.