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THE UTAHN A Intermountain News PROMOTION . nil Every Mturdv af IVMlIligi EXAMPfET?: Salt Lake, State and THEATER -- L MORNING FOR A. F. BREWER. Salt Lake Railroad Official Appointed Supt an Transportation. at thi NicKelodeon old-tim- the Amalgaatiated Copper Interests may have it. There have beea many rumors of large sales of smelters stuck at private sals, some of which have beea true. It was stated some time ago, from a high authority In the Guggenheim brothers, who had speculated neither wisely nor well, had told lot).-00- 0 shares of smelters stock to the Morgan firm at 100 per share, or about It points under the then market. Now cornea a report that 200,000 hares of the stock wen sold privately, when the market was 108, at 80 per share, to people who are la control of the Amalgamated Copper company. "There are many who believe that there la no legitimate reason why smelteru common stock should sell higher than Amalgamated. Both pay 8 per cent dividends and Amalgamated haa been earning more dollars per share than smelter common. "The American Smelting A Refin lng interests now control about pounds of popper product per annum, largely the product of its custom smelters, but It plana a largo expansion In Utah and Bingham and Alaska, and It would be tha natural thing for tha Amalgamated Cupper company to control thia copper output. "It la worthy of comment that the a lack of public confidence in the began when they turned down the Nlpplealng .property after the public had been advised of their buying control at f25 per share." 100,-000,0- Theatre Har-rima- ifiteft 5 DEN G6e one-hal- bo-age-d HAY, GRAIN Plenty of It FLOUR, one-hora- e StockRemedies and T. B. Poultry Heller &on- Domoto & Co. Men's Furnishing Goods Irfrf dt F CTAIL Cash Groceries hardest fights of hi rareer. Sullivan la at the Knutaford, and will iiMi, there during tha week. After hla engagement here, Sullivan will return to Chicago for a week's engagement, when he will begin a thin; weeks jauut on tha stage, doing monologue and exhibition work. Sullivan During the last few haa grown fat. He now weighs something mure than 800 pounds, but la not all in yeL "I'm getting pretty fat." said JoLn L. Sunday night, "but I'm not til in ) el-- nut for a long time to come. Them have been champions and champion in the American prize ring, but there never haa been a champion ao universally idolised by the American sporting public as John L Sullivan. It haa been many years since the grand old fellow left the ring, but he la still the idoL And the aectet uf hla enduring claim on the affections of tho people la this: He fought on the square. "The fighting game now? it rotten." ald John L. "1 fought la tha day when It was good sport It's cheap now. in the old days the people bet their money, and knew they were going to get a square deal. Thev dont know where they are going to get off now. They all seem to be crooked and a fellow don't know what he'a going to get" John L. talked everything from ownership of telegraph lines to the menace of wealth, putting in clever stories oa tho Irish and adding fight talk when he waa asked. He la an Interesting fellow, worldly wise through hia long career In the ring and afterwardc. Ha haa dune no resl fighting for 15 years, and during tha last seven or eight haa been touring the country giving exhibit Iona Sullivan haa bean In Salt Lake several rimes, but each time on an exhibition. His first visit hare was in 1881, tha second la 1888. find again in 1890, and the last time in 1896. In 1883 Sullivan showed in tha old Walker theatre, where the Atlas block now standa The Idol will be 49 years old In October, but, aa ha remarked, J have lived 149 year." yra PREPARING TO BRIDGE. Wlnnemuoea Star: W. R. Stevenson. Tom Bell, Charles Mathias, Joseph Christie, Thoa P. Gibson, W. C. Prentiss, J. W. H. Anderson end F. A Mason have arrived from St Louis and are part of the crew of builders and concrete worker under Manager W. W, WeaaelT, who will have cnarge of the construction of bridge on tha We tern Paclfle railroad for this section of Nevada A large lot of equipment and a carload of mules were unloaded here yesterday and will be used In thia work. Tha R. W, Lewis corrals on First street have been rented by Mr. Wsseell and will he the headquarters for nwhlls. there la every reason to believe that tha work on tha bridges across the Humboldt river u short distance above town will b started in a abort time. Grading for tha spur track, which la to b built from the Southern Paclfle line to a point where tha new road will cross tha river, la rapidly and It will not ba long before tracklaying will be commenced. A sona'aa this piece of line la finished the material will l hauled to the tiles where the bridges are to ba built.- Daring the past few days a number of carloads of piles have been unloaded aid the driving of these timbers will aommence as anon aa the plledriver mo b rua over the spur track and placed In position. Tbs building of the bridges at this point will require aa Immense lot of work as there la conaldereble of a depression that will hava to be filled to bring tho track up to tha regulation grade. Instead of the line running down the river bottom, as tho prelim Inary survey Indicated, the road wlU gilt through the low hills west of the cemetery above the road 'that follows the river. To make this cut a great deal of dirt tjdll be removed and .this dirt will ba used in .making the big - fill Balt Aug. 19. One U those old "Merchants and Planters Bank certificates has bobbed up again. Tha country wan flooded with the spurious currency, and a general warning was sent out against it. But unsuspecting people are found all, over tha United States who caa ha Induced to accept tha paper. A $5 certificate was passed at Balt-aSunday by Joseph Fish, 46 yean old, who was soon afterward arrested by Deputy Sheriff Dick Eddington. It is stated that Fish tried to pass the bill several places, but finally gave it to a boy for soma popcorn. Tho boy was Influential In getting the bill cashed. Eddington was watching Fish and nabbed him. He la charged with obtaining goods under falsa pretenses. lr y SETTLE TROUBLE A committee of union carpenters, met last night at i o'clock with Walking Deleasle Jensen, and the contractors repairing tho First National bank building, to amicably adjust, if possible, the differences- that hava grown out of the original strike of carpenters engaged on the building when they walked out demanding higher wages. Recently a new phase of the trouble has arisen. Some time ago the cat" penters on tha building were temporarily dismissed, owing to n period of Inactivity, caused by the delay of material. and a painter waa put to work varnishing the hardwood railings around the elevator shaft on each floor. He brushed up n portion of the second floor railing, nut before he Bad time to complete tbs job ha was called out by the union of which he la a This was done Sunday member. and the railing la still In an unfinished state and will remain ao until a settlement has been affected. followKILRAIN. AND JAKE JOHN L. tha A Boston paper printed In investigating the action of the will ha ing ona day last week, which the contractor discovered that union, Sullt-vaL. John II. Salt Lake, Aug. iff local interest: had brea furnished by a the hardwood man of a the not that old prise lumber lacking that graad "Evidence la whose material, la company, Lake fur In arrived Salt of American tha Sunday ring, local carpenters orchange In control the considered, by PalSalt Immiat exhibition a weekll .the n Smelting A Refining company la wood. So ganisation, to be nent, and it la not at all nnUkely that ace saucer track with JakeoneKllrwln, to union when the painter attempted of Sullivan man the who gave when the smokeof liquidation dears. the n wood, with anion varpaint nish and a union brush ha waa prompt1 ly called off the job and made acquainted with the situation. some-pardo- - ,,',r Wrehaaea Dont pay any Price for yoar fooda, when wa win h8h grade, pure food otnSa price. W keep only 4 rock nd 7 giva yon not only for your money, hut good, wIght and bo lid satisfaction. non-unio- non-unio- . jj TRIBE & JONES, wh. Both Phone ANTARCTIC 87. EXPEDITION, Dr. John Charcot, ex- ton rf'uSlS rrench Antarctic UT tbrt he s OP- tstf Mother expedition and hopaa Nd'im.. the,5r'Booth ,n n attempt poIol vfev' .a8- - 1 Arbuckles Ariosa Coffee b cleaned, roasted and packaged by machinery without the touch of a hand. A machine, constructed in our own shops, packs thecoffeet weighs it, wraps .it, and seals the . wrapper automatically. It loaches the cup the cleanest, moat wholesome and cheapest good coffee in the world. AUWOU BROS. New Tak Otn . . WABBAUTY 20, 1907. DEEDS Bennett M. Anderson and wife to Bens Vender Veen, part of section 1, township 5, range west, IL Sarah 8. Child to Joseph A. Fife et al, part of section 7, township 5, range west, 11.200. Joshua F. Parsons and wife to William A. Groot, lot 27, block 2, Nevada addition, L William A. Groot and wife to Joshua F. Parsons, lot 35, block 2, Nevada addition, L 3 DISCOVERY MORE SAWS OF NEW OIL FOUND FIELDS OGDEN PEOPLE WERE AMONG THE FIRST TO LOCATE. Situated Near Fifty-fiv- e Bluff, Utah, About Mila From Dolores, Colorado, the . BY A BURGLAR Salt Lake, Aug. 19. The series of burglaries which has marked tha criminal visitation of Salt Lake for three weeks or mors, culminated at 3 oclock yesterday- - morning in tha shooting of a householder by one of the gang that has infested the city. The attempted robbery occurred at 26S West North Temple street, where lives R. Proctor. Mr. Proctor shot at tha thief, who In turn toot at the owner of the placa The bullet entered tha leg. Inflicting a wound, the char actor of which has not yet been determined. . Three doors away from the Proctor residence, another attempt at burglary waa made In the residence occupied by C. AxtolL Little of value was secured. A burglar entered the T. M. C. A kitchen Sunday night at 9 o'clock. He gained entrance, by crawling through the transom. Nothing was found to be missing. While he waa in tha room some on entered and ha fled. William Stearns tnd George Hardy arrested Sunday by Policemen Simpson and Herells. When searched guns were found. They were In the hall of the Clayton rooming houaa when they were put under arrest. At 8 o'clock yesterday It was reported te the police that tha room of C T. Ensign, which la only around th was corner from the Proctor home, had n visit from thieves. REPAIR IKCTKE STREETS P, J. Moran Haa a Gang of Man Work on at Twenty-fifth- . Large blocks of asphaltum are bestreet ing torn out of Twenty-flff- a by P. J. Moran, of Salt Lake, rontrao-toand builder of the streets, and are to be replaced by new asphaltum, in accordance with the provision of the contract and the binding power of Moran's guarantee bond. The thorough fare will he repaired from the depot to Washington avenue before Moran Is paid tha final Installment by the city. The street la in bad shape. Large holes menace traffic sad cause dally inconvenience to the public. A wagon was recently broken by being driven Into one of the holes. The deplorable ednJItion of the streets waa brought before the city council at Its last session and It waa voted to hava them repaired at onea r DID NOT LIKE MUSIC. Smalleys STYLE OF SHERIFF'S MEN MAKE ANOTHER SURPRISING DOING DISCOVERY. Thoao who do not think (hat tho ao nearly accomplished some time ago and of which thia paper made mention, waa a arrioua thing, should call on tha toariff or any of hia force and ask to ba shown. At that time a preliminary search of tha jail waa mads and a bottle of nitroglycerine, a aaw or two aad a few other small article were found Yesterday a thorough search waa instituted and the officers were well rewarded for their efforts. There were seven hack aawa and a bolt cutter, one and a half feet long, found, anugly hid lu varioua ourk and supposedly secure corners. Considering the condition of tho Jail Inside, with Its weak soots and the accessibility of the outer windows to any crook. It la n wonder that the Jail haa not been emptied. Take the outside, far instant. There la on window under the new ly made toilet rooms to which access la open and where the crook could go on atealthily with hla work uuaeen. That help from the outside has been attempted la evident. ' The screens on three window are cut steel through. On tho lasldo th around tha celling In places la loose. In fact, tha big bolt cutter waa found under the steel. The sheriff and hla men mils tha condition of tho Jail and they have aaked fur a night guard. j BUSINESS IS SQUARE All k, LINEMAN KILLED Edward McDarmlt Electrocuted la loon at Bingham Junction. Sa- Edward MeDormlt, a telephone lineman, waa instantly hilled at Bingham Junction fit 11:80 p.m. Sunday by 2,301) Tolu of electricity passing through hla body whit ha waa trying to save an electric piano from burning up. Tha accident was' caused by one uf tha mala feed wires of tha Progress Power company of Murray, which supplies tho town with coming In contact with a guy chain supporting an electric sign In front of th Leader a lure. I ao doing, the full current passed through tha chain and heavily charged all the electric light and telephone wires oa that transformer in th main buslnsaa part of tha towa McDermlt waa in Vincent's saloon at the time and aaw that tha eleo-tri- c piano was on fire. Not knowing that tha wires were ao heavily charged, he attempted with hia anlfa to euj the wires leading Into tha plana Aa soon aa tha kulfs bled cam In contact with tha wires the current passed through hla body and ha dropped to the floor dead. Dr. Robertson was ealled, but waa unable to do anything for tha unfortunate man. An examination showed that hla right hsad waa literally cooked and tha bottom of hla font badly waa a physical burned. McDermlt Inches tall feet giant, being and weighing 820 poupnda Ha waa 40 years old and waa not married, Ha was a member of the Eagle lodge of Bingham Junction and waa also a member of the Electrical Workers union of Balt Lake City. C. A. Stain, president of the Eagle lodge, went to Balt Lake City to confer with the electrical worker to see what disposition shall ba male of the body. Although the man haa bean hi this vicinity for about two years, little la a known of ty former Ufa or letters found In hla trunk show that most of bis correspondents are In Ohio. An attempt will ba made to reach hla sister, who resides in eleo-triclt- t 2 AROUND KNOW THAT FREtSH UTAH TOMATOES Green Corn Vegetables T. B. EVANS & CO. crocks BOTH FHONES S3. 2364 Washington Avenue MOVED . GRIFFIN PAINT CO. From 8211 ARE Wg PARED to 8810 Washington BETTER PRE- - NOW TO 8H0W YOU WALL w PAPER, ETC. CALL AND SEC US. Bush A Bert's Planaa Newman Brea Organa rela-tlon- 3. WARDLEIGH C. i that state. A number of other persona at the time McDermlt waa killed bad experience which they wUl not forget for some Uma Miss Jesele Steiner, the night operator In tha Bell Telephone office, removed the receiving Instrument from her head and went to tbs door to wait on a patron. Tha electric lights went out at that Instant and toe returned to one of tha keyboards to turn on the lights, not knowing tha extra 2,300 volts ba.! put them out Aa ahe touched the light n cur-reof electricity entered her hand and passed out at tha thigh aa she leaned against the switch bterd. She was knocked senseless and fell to the tetfcr her ac reams attracted floor, the attention of Mr. and Mrs. Cray, who attended her until tha doctor came. W. F. Sweeney, local manager of tha Bell company, was sent for. In attempting to turn on tha lights he, In turn, waa thrown to tha floor. . Dr. Robertson stated that had Mias SteintouchMr. er and Sweeney ed the the light with left hand the current would have passed through the heart and killed them instantly. William Pbelpa waa In the kitchen of hla cafe and while attempting to fix the lighti was thrown to the floor. He recovered and heard the cries of Mrs. John Watson ns she ran from the drug store Into the cafe. In going into the drug atone they found Mr. Watson on the floor. Barber Cedcretrom received a born while working In hla shop. Johnson's saloon waa set on fire, but tha fire was extinguished before any damage was dona Communication waa had with the Progress Power company, which turned off the current and Inter sent men to Bingham Junction to repair the damage. tempt by throwing himself from the a second flow window of Mme. flat Once more hla luck was out. for be fell on the cushion of n passing motorcar, and escaped with only n alight Injury. He waa taken te the police station, where he explained why life had become such a burden to him. "Mma Yaradesse howls too much, he said. "She howla all day long, and I want to die to get out of It" Mma Yaradesse expressed' sympathy with Tin SI Hu. and promised to end him back to Chlaa Vara-deaae- 81 Hn, a ChinaParis, Aug. 18-man In the service of Mma Vsrtdesse, the opera singer, wanter to commit inidda fid he tried to do It three times during Ue past fortnight He first swallowed arsenic, but aa emetic prevented him from dying. Then he took n large doss of opium, but again h waa thwarted. H mad a third at- - WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. Tln YOU g anticline out to the north about thirty miles, day after tomorrow, and aee if It is not a good aa the country close to tha river. "We cant get through under ten days from tomorrow, the 14th. "Mr. Brice wrote to Mr. Nye last night. Am very glad we came as 1 feel sur we hava got a fortune. We will try tnd get to Ogden about Sept 1st, or before, If possible, "Thera lu lot of placer gold here, but too fine to be aaved. We cannot nuke Is pay. "Write ns at Bluff, Utah, as soon aa We have the section lopoaaible. cated and will be at It again tomorrow afternoon. "People here nse the oil for machine purposes. They go down the river twenty miles and dig holes In the sand and dip tha oil out and uae It juat aa they find IL Youra respectfully, (Signed) Ruby and Brice." WOUKDED IN Wire Scraana to tha Windows Cut and Tools Found Hid Away. Southwestern Utah is not tha only place that is to startle the world with discoveries of olL Ward now cornea from the San Juan country that oil has beea discovered there. A party of Ogdenltea fitted out W. W. Ruby of lgden and Thomas G. Brie of Salt Lake for anaxpedltlon Into southeastern Utah to look after the trace of oil along the San Juan river .seepage of which have been known to exist for year past. The local people backing up the expedition are Joseph Carlson, Chan Zlemer, M. 8. Brown, C. J. Humphries, Fred J. Klesel and J. C. Nye. Measra Ruby and Brio left Ogden, July 29th. The following fetter to Mr. Carlson la a glowing account t4 wonderful pue slbilltiea tu the field: "Jon L. Carlson: We sent oil samples out thia morning. The pony mail carrier will take them In hi lunch basket, and have them expre seed at Dolores, Colo, to Mr. Nye. The oil flield la surely a hummer. The ground we are getting la worth a million dollars, but w caa not get Just vbat we eould like aa there la aboat 15,000 acrea located. We got one spring that flows about 21 barrels a day and It looks great to see the oil ooss out and float down tha river. The water la covered with oil several miles down tha river. "I think we ought to locate 50,000 acres, hut it will tak a king time to do It. W are going to be broke by tha time wa reach Bluff again. We will go back la the morning and atay aa long as our supplies last. "1 am sending you n rough sketch of the oil flalda The oil ws send to Just as we dipped It out of tha aeep with aa oyster can. "Our trip la a hard one, aa wa cannot get supplies and hava to sleep wherever night overtakes ua. It If very hot and no shade, only n stray cottonwood tree here and there. We have plenty of water and have tha nicest spring in the country located. We will have plenty of water and wood to drill with. "1 think it la the moat extensive oil field In the world. "We will follow the lines on DONT THEJA1L Robber Shoots Householder Wheea Hama Ha Attempted to Enter. OLD GAME WORKED. WILL AUGUST TUESDAY, -- Salt Lake. Ang. J9. Another Salt Lake railroad man haa received a well uumnrnn deserved advance In the peraon of A. F. Brewer, who haa beea appointed 1 FRICKS ... euperlntondent of transportation of the Denver A Rio Grande system, with Mr headquarters la Denver, Cola Brower succeeds W. A. Whitney, who has resigned, it la understood to taka programme the auperlnteadency of the Union dee pot at Denver, Roth men are Harrlman line officials. It will he a year ago tomorrrow illustratedHairsoNa la Curly, alnoa Mr. Brewer left Balt Lake, Your where ho was car service agent of the fiantlamaa Farmer. Oregon Short Line. He went to DenBoy Aaauaar. ver to accept the position of superin' tendent of car service of the Colorado amBraaima change wary other . A Southern, under his old superior Ladlaa and children all! E4 officer, J. H. Young, another Salt Lake ioob eool and comfortable. man, who was then general manager of the C. A 8. Mr. Brewer started his railroad career in 1881, when he secured n position with the Mlaouri Pacific. He enElectric tered what is now known as the lines service In October, 1890, 18th 8L Hotel, Raad tha Had when he was appolned trainmaster's ILLUSTRATED song, chief clerk on the Union Pacific at -pawnee. Laramie, wya March L 1891, saw him chief clerk to E. K. Calvin, who HERRINO fishing. was then division superintendent at POMFEIL Forutella On Sept 10, 1895, ha came te Salt Lake as chief clerk to J. H. Toung, at that time superintendent of WILL RECLAIM LAND. Admission ....... tae Utah division, Oregon Short line. When Mr. Calvin waa appointed gen- Otter Creek Rseervolr Ce. Impound eral superintendent of the Oregon Water to Irrigate 20,000 Acrea Short Line .Mr. Brewer waa made hie ! WchMd TeT Co, Aug. 19. The 0tter Creek Reservoir company held on the wrappers car acoountant for tne Oregon snort ' on 1. 1904. he was se-Line and July DO lected for the new office of car nervlce 7A your Cigars break 2a agent, the position he filled with acu- - 1 toe Barnaon and Bevy ranch In men until one st addltlon buildln irnthS? t j "ut your pocket? Try ft go to the n' ? pmPny ' Mr. Brewer haa acorea of frienda In J??re7evor. large and extend the Bevier Valley this city, who will hasten to arise and canal which will be made of aufffdent extend congratulations, f of capacity to carry at least the water to be stored. The cost at HAMILTON THOMAS HURT. enlargement and extension will be borne by those who subThrown te Pavement M Hie Head scribe ultimately for and draw water through Whan Rig Struck Curbing. thia canal. The contemplated reserTHEY DONT BREAK voir la estimated to have a capacity Salt Lake, Aug. 19. A peculiar run- - .of storing sufficient water to Irrigate away occurred at 10:80 this morning I fit least 80,000 acres and the water pie street la front of will all be app the News annex, which came near re-- 1 In Sevier county, the main body lying uniting seriously. Hamilton Thomas, , oa the west aide of the valley The 10, uoa of J. M. Thomas, of 178 tween Richfield and Redmond eaat Capitol avonue, waa driving wait i estimated coat of the whole project with a rig, loaded with bags j la 150,000, which amount it la proof flour and broken boxes. The horse posed to borrow from the state retook fright at the audden appearance i aervolr fund. The company proposes of a street car and "shied to the to furnish the water to the people at south against the curb, which waa actual cost, allowing them to ropey truck with such force aa to tear a their subscription! In 10 equal annual And front wheel from the axtle. payments with Interest at 5 per cent. Young Thomas waa sitting with one Water right sufficient for one acre of foot out of the wagon box, ao that ground la estimated to coat about 1 15. when the wheel came off, It caught Lunds can he had by means of govthe leg of ha trousers and threw him ernment entry, alio by purchase at out with groat force on to the pave- a coat of from 2.S0 to $10 per acre. ment A young lad who waa with him The speedy completion of thia project waa thrown out also, but escaped with I means much for Sevier county. From 1 10,000 to 15,000 acrea of additional hardly n scratch. The hone continued westward, hut land, some of the beat In the valley, I had gone hardly 100 feet before ha will be brought under cultivation. This t A bag of will mean homes for several thousand waa caught by paseero-by- . flour was torn open and the eonntenta more people and the terms upon pilled all pver the roadway, hut with which these homes may he procured SUPPLIES THE BEST tha exception of the Injuries to the are the meat liberal. young driver and the wheel, no damCAPTURED BY CITIZENS. Tiy Them age waa dona The unfortunate boy waa knocked senseless, and lay in the street until several people who hasten- Burglar Run Down After Lively Chase ed to the rescue picked him up and and Held for the Police, laid him near the sidewalk. The police rewaa ho and Balt Lake, Aug. II. 1 homes Smith, patrol waa summoned moved In It to tha police station, ad uu alleged housebreaker, waa capturon 8314 Washington Avenua ed at about oclock last evening, afshortly afterwards to hla home ter an exciting chase for half a block Capitol avenua Both Phenaab Toung Thomas had recovered con- by David H- - Nelson, n street ear consciousness aa the patrol wagon ap- ductor. and H. L. Gilles. Ha la Jn peared, and examination at the house Jail, charged with burglary. showed that no bones had been broMr. Nelson, who lives at the corner ken, but hla head waa badly cut and of Third West and Fourth North bruised, and Internal Injuries were streets, got off to take some fruit to feared, aa vomiting set in. A peculiar- the house. As ho entered the front ly pathetic phase of the accident la the door he saw a jnsa run out through fact that one week ago, last Saturday, I the back door. 'R Immediately gave the Injured boy's younger brother wau chase. The man ran doyn Third West 155 TWENTY - FIFTH ST. fatally injured In n collision between and Fourth North streets, got off to a wagon In which he waa riding and taka some fruit to tha house. Aa ha an automobile. . entered tha front ddor ha saw a man run out through tha back door. Ho Immediately gave chase. The man ran down Third West The thief waa State Board . Exercise Leniency In about twenty feet ahead of Kelaon when he aaw Giles, his brother-in-law- , Two Case Other Turned Down. He cried to him to atop the man. sod Notions of all 8alt Lake, Ang. 19. At the meeting Smith heard the shout and ran into of the state board of pardons, Satur- an alley, but Giles cornered him and day afternoon, on pardon and one par- soon Nelson arrived. Tha two held ols were granted. Henry Dahma, who Smith and the police were summoned. woe nerving a term for burglary In ' The patrol wagon made a flying trip ancy tha second degree, waa pardoned and to the scene and Policemen Golding Wines and liquors Isaiah Taylor, serving n term In the and Howells took Smith to tha jail for petit 'larceny waa given . tion. Smith did not have a gun. Be uald j a parole. n The hoard denied the application for he was In the house only to get was of Mrs. Dorn Work; who thing to eat When the house was recently sentenced to one year for- searched it- waa found that It had been partially ransacked, stealing a diamond from Bowers jewbe--, smith waa arrested on July 18 by elry store. The woman appeared ' fore the board and made n plea for Policeman Golding on n charge of pardon, atntlnr that this waa her first trying to steal a stolen bicycle. He waa offense and that she stole the diamond discharged, m It could not he proven beennae her husband had been ill and that he had stolen the. wheel He then unable to work, and aha waa badly In gave hla name aa Roy Cniter. Mrs M. Mstheson, whose home waa need of money. The members of the board could see no reason for granting robbed a few nights ago. Identifies her application at thia time. She has Smith as the man whom she aaw coming from tha houaa when aha returned only been In prison a few weeks. Applications for pardoa of Robert home. Mrs. Mat he son Uvea at 425 Dealer, serving a term for attempted West Third North. She had left the Peterson, serving house about half an hour before and burglary, and M. H. time for burglary, were denied. Other when toe returned uhe aaw a man run inapplications ware continued for one from the hack of the place.aha An found vestigation was mad and month. that a womans gold watch, a sliver MAY LOSE CONTROL. watch, three rings, a bracelet, an Odd ING OUT THE Fellows charm and 85 cents In cash SUPERFLUOUS had beea stolen. The bouse had been Story Out In East That 8.Amalgamated COST f May Conduct A. A R. . thoroughly rap sacked. --- OGDEN, - FUNDS ORGANS AND IDSiCAL MERCHANDISE Violins, Guitars, Aeejrdsona, Ban- jos, Stribga Latest Publications cf Sheet Masla Be th Wondsrlal Pips Orgsa 8378 Washington Avenua OGDEN. UATH. FRENCH DRY CLEANING Having added a dry cleaning department to our business we are now prepared to handle lailea and gentlemen's aulta, portieres and nil that fine allk or wool articles toould not b washed la the ordinary way. We purpose In thia department, na well as in our laundry work, to give 'the public the heat service to ba had In the city. OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY Phans UNION 174, 433 PACIFIC Twenty-fift- h SPECIAL 81 Ex- cursion east, SepL 4th, 5th. Ogden to Denver and return, 819.75; Omaha and Kansas City, 932.00: St Louis, 39.50; Chicago, (44.50. Return limit, Oct 31st. Stopovers allowed. WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS.