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. ..I . TnE MORSISQ tutor Archbishop Montgomery. The three dignitaries named from which the telaciliiii mill be ade wj Rev. Dr. E. J. Hanna, president of St. Bernard's seminary. Rochester, N. Y.; the Rev. Mr. Neagle. Irremovable of the Immaculate Conception recar Maidta, Mas.; and the Rev. TGfvrer. of Tensta Set., is church. of Sl Paul's cathedral. J. Lawrence J. ' u butinSl Paul, Minn. fcBert.tat E. C. J. O. Olsen, a mell fimown Salt a Laker, was severely injured In.and H Idaho trom mill Creek, at Canyua tea Just na necessary to amputate his left leg WEST WEBER HAS A CANNERY four inches below she knee. He 1 OF 40,000 CAPACITY. butcher cf receiving attention at fit. Anthony, where the operation was performed. m few day. on n Olsen was assisting in directing (IM when-himill of the s Where 25 Men and 75 Girls Are A eaw the log against severhe Employed Neat leg waa caught and nearly Ntridi Norther A ed before be could puli himself away. Monday. Thirty wound the bound up Hie companions to Co1to bleeding from and prevented him be taken to at. har Mid mil- - death until he could Inst Wednesday saw the comple- . wurtt tor Anthony. tion of another canning factory 4n this We0 Thu masquerade hall given at Syir valley. The r.ew factory at Wut erecwhich hu been in course of Pacific pay day rolled van Park Thursday night by the Sego ber. tion all summer, wu given its initial eouequenUy amilea Lily Circle 174. V. of W, was one of ever given In ran on Wednesday. A week before dances attended best the evidence. the city- - Long before the time for the that, however, the people of WUet t dance the crowd diegnn gathering and Weber were Invited to inspect the about fifty JP new plant and to enjoy the hospitalij Afbbctw-trftb.i.prt- ip by the time the music started there thousand people on thn ity of Alex Brewer, the leading figure two were fully "t'SSo.OldJIfiCU. in the construction of the cannery. grounds. There were over one hunhomo dred who appeared in costume and Accordingly committee were appointexpected Howell tuase tun o'clock pro- ed to take the preliminary steps. On yeeierdiy. There le u of the vgrand march atround of applause the night of thn social n flu program voked one oontinuel at today bwuuob The prixes for ihe beet was rendered, including abort epeechea and laughter. soart. sustained character were awarded to by William Purrington, Alex Brewer Bishop McFarland. After light a ieeued marriage Mr. Cashmore who took the part bf and clerk The county refreshments had been served, the who Mr. Clinker do Oreom and an old to Newey, lady, weterday act in motion for Inwu machinery Willie. waa aged If, Rhode. Weary ud Katie spection and apparently everything mb of Ogdea. 4haL Members at the National Guard of worked in perfect order. After evenon tha way to Sen dancing wu the order of the The large holt cutter recently to Hawaii, who are to compete in the ing. Girt, New Jersey, the county Jail belonged The estimated coat of the plant la 23en2a Laraen, blaekamitha. New Jersey State Rifle association $22,000. The machinery contains nil meet, paaaed through Ogden yes- the whlch vlaoe they were atolea. latest Improvements, every part There are eight in the comterday. working automatically. The capacity ' an of the Union Paeifle train are pany. Singing and string music of the factory la 40,009 cans per day, were quite n evidence ea the train employment to 25 men and pulled out of the depot. The trophy givingand 75 gtrla. The ran for the at men boys team of in car beat for the eight jfaeralled freight distances of 200. 100 and 1,000 yards. season begins next Monday. Of course, it goes without saying and Nora Bear, children of Is the Drydea puree, carrying with of Ogden hut It 1150 to hho beat team, $100 to tha that tha people of West Weber apH SBeare, formerly Og-lcaeeond team, and 50 to thn third. preciate the fact that there Is n place mam at Chicago- - hare come to pect The meet runs from September 2nd for employing (heir children, besides tb winter. They . ta spend to 7th. in addition to tha above them having a near market for their toto tf"d the Walter Btah academy. la an interstate regimental team matoes. match open to battalions and separate Vra. Will Wateon and eon Ralph serBUY INTO TEHA80 in Ogden Thursday evening from organisations la tha United States vice. Furthermore there are various Will Wnteon hae Hatched hi ckicacOL work as well Charles g. aourae la dentistry and la now coming cash prises for individual Warren, John MacGinnie The Hawaiian and Others Get Claims Admittback home to open up dentnl parlor.' as for team work. Guard will take part only fin the team ing Gem Property. Dr J H. McCall, brother of Mm. matches of Hunt bia wife, and Salt Lake, Aug. 22. Herald: Generf ft Johnson, al Charles 8. Warren, the veteraa hrtou. ITena, are visiting with thed on residence at their Butte operator, who went Into thn street. camp when there were leu than n half dosen men there; John MacGInnia, of Ten delegate of the Forrester president of the Silver Bow National on in came bank and president of the Heinae comiMrica from the west lover lost her Pacific No. 10 and left panies in the big camp of copper, Ik Union Pacific for Chicago, whom with Frank Colilna, of Butte and H. annual . they go to attend their dl. Armstead, Jr of New York, have been buying Into the mines at Te-nbNevada. They came from enmp laborer vra brought lu 'A Jar" yesterday morning and moat at them Pacific yesterday Southern will leavs for Butte again within day " on tha V' or two. (ran lakeside where a broken wae Wesley Warren, General He back. ncroee the track klm minWarren's eon, and n FAMILY WHILE PLACE ENTERED blow. He nadeied uncoaedouB by the ing engineer, who was om of to first AWAY. 1$ wee taken Ha was tatsmelly Injured. in Tonopeh, mad woo hu taken in te the Jepeneec hoepital for Lreat Nevada bout every new eamp-lsince, waa also with the party. It w Burglara Ransacked the House, But on hla representations that hia fathOne of the largest baby glrla that er finally consented to visit the the Lees Is st Present ever arrived In Ogden mad Its Unknown. camp and it was on the showing Han-sea- . at the home of Edward that presented itself on hla arrival o'clock 1U1 Padfie avenue, ut there that toe properties were puryesterday morning. The child weigh : The residence of George Matson, at chased. The doctor In attendance 14 pound of , The ground secured consist a aid It wu the largest he had ever tha corner of Twenty fourth street three claims adjoining the little Gem. sabered- end Jefferson avenue, wu burglarised of the Reliance company, on the west Thursday night, but the amount or end north, and which, with the prop-ertle- s t Utah watermalons am on the jnar-keof Ecclee A Kadlsh, of Ogden, of stolen hu not been value SO guods melon. OS oenU per and at almost surrounds tiie Little Gem d They ere of the variety, determined, ea the Matsons are absent ground. General Warren declined to and are excellent In flavor and large. from the eHy. - ay what price had been paid for the The crop In the county in a big one Entrance waa secured through n ground, with the explustlon that it end, until the frost eomes, this lushad not been nurebaaed for show, but cious fruit will be tbs center of at- front door and the rooms were turn- for mining purpose: ed topsy-turvby Aha thieves in their traction at the grocery stores. "Four of us own it," said General search for plunder. . . we shall organise a 'The robbery wu discovered by the Warren, "and Big new cshooei. loaded on flat to as company, of care, paaaed through Ogden on their maid when she entered the Matson that la the course, and operate It, to way only proper The residence this police new The morning. am care for the way wait da I have not been In Nevada aince and have been working on Abe case Tonopeh 8 Goldfield railroad the early days of Tonopah, when I cam direct from the Pullman Car went in there and saw 6,000 sacks of hops at Chicago. Tha Increasing e ore piled up awaiting shipconstisuffered from bnsineaa of the new line demands 1 Doan's habitually ment. Since then I spent a good deal and pation. Regulots relieved larger and better facilities. money In the state, including $20,strengthened th bowels, so that they of X A. E. 000 that I blew in at Greenwater 8. Hnngerford, general superin-teadea- t hare been regular ever since. without having seen the country. of the Pullman care, with a Davis, grocer. Bulpbur Springs, Te- xWhen my attention wu called to party of tea ia expected to arrive la Ogden this evening from the MODERN W000MEnaMERICA Tenabo and the chance there for making n good Investment; when the east in the special car Colma. Mr. character of the ores being discoverHnngerford goes to Salt Lake for one Modern Woodmen at America from ed were explained and I wu urged day, come back mad then continue ail parte of the state Joined In their to get In before It wu too into. I simp-l- y on hi dour of inspection through the anaurexeyriiee at Lagoon Thursday. replied : Weil, yon cant stam United States and Canada. , The day was passed with sports, musle pede me; I'll go and look at IL I end dancing. About 1,500 people en fop wired my son to meet me hern and, William Jones of No. I Bond street, ed tha event. A special future of tha in cqpipeny with him and Mr. Collins Portland Grove, Fallowfield N. Mxtr, day was a drill by the Salt Lhke lodge. 1 went to camp. We spent three dave are number the England, desire information regardwinning Following on the ground; I made about forty : H. William contest ing fiio, 288; 15, pannings on my own account, and, Jones, who emigrated la tha drawing Utah trom Wale many year ago. 1406. 1229, 1064, 839; $2.50, 381, 1006. while I dont care whether the public to be le taL about numbers living, the man wanted would bn Following are extra It or not, I want to say bout II or IS yasre of age. Member case In the that the warded the cuh prises of gold I got with evstring f the family or anyone having Infor- foregoing numbers are not found; ery trial waa such that any one of mation concerning llr. Jones la asked 1067, 891, 557, 1080, 1142, 987, 225. if made la Montana, would them, to communicate with the address givIn the prise waits the following cause a stampede, . es. were adjudged winners: First prise. "But never mind anont the property 5, Bert Harrison and Mis Rowena we purchased; that will take care of Bishop Scaulaa has gone to Ban Davey; second prise, (I, George Hant-shir- e itself. . I know every camp In the Francisco to confer with Archbishop and'Miu Theo Grew; third west and I wu In a great many of Hiordan, Bishop Grace of Sacramento, prise, 2, Paul Tress and Mias Ida the beat of them before they attractand Bishop Conaty of Loe Angeles, to Btrehlo. ed any attention, all the wav from In addition to these several racing Roseland, suke recommendation to the pope na B. C, down to Death VaV who ahhll succeed the late Coad- - events for prizes were given. wu In Tonopah and Goldfield earlyi ly In the game and I want to say rigid now that Tenabo la the best camp I ever saw for the amount of development work done, tarring Tonopah. It la belter than Goldfield wu at eighteen month old: It ia better than Butte sru after fifteen yearn and better than the Coeur d'Alenes at the end of ten yearn of life. That la why I bought Into the district. That tn why V I mm going to mine there In company with the men associated with me." In a letter to hia father giving gem ere! Information concerning the district, Wesley Warren, after giving the l.icatlon of the camp and describing the formation, character of ledges, mineralization, eta, says: There are about ten shipping properties in this district, the principal one being the Gem, Phoenix. Grand, Victor, Little Swede, Gold Qfngrtx, ud Two Widow, together with several leasers who are working on the Gold Quarts, Phoenix and other properties. I have vlsltej 11 of the most Important camps of Nevada, and was one of the pioneers of Tonopah and Goldfield, but none of them appealed to me having the promising outlook that Tenabo has." TTAIL XlDEJf, EXAMINES: Al'WiiT SATl'lSDAY, 21. 1007. COMPLETION! brevities SD OF TOMATO 1! FACTORY , Sept. 2nd, 3rd and 4th At Fair Grounds, Ogden, Utah Jtn11VftVwU - JSWmvSi. ui Horses from Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah Will Compete lor Grand Prizes Jwterday, Continuous Racing u Stops Between Nci Greatest Racing Program in the History of the Fair Association. Inter-mounta- in PROGRAM . Firmt Day , Monday , Septa 2nd -- SfcSi'ssJtnt'Lja 2:20 Trot or PareS in 5, 2:30 Trot or Pace, 3 in 5, 9 Pune m Ilalf Mile and Repeat, 3 in 3 ai 4 mi 225 Trot or Pune 2:35 Trot or Pir 3 In 5, Pun........ Pace, 3 In 5, i . Mile Dash Mile Dash, Pune Three-Fourth'- s to m One-Fourt- h m ' 230.00 250.00 100.00 3rd . Second Day, Tueeday, Sept ar-ilr- Twen-tyHhlr- Pune.,...,. m 200.00 150.00 75.00 50.00 Third Day, Wednesday, Sept , 4th Free tor All, Trot,or Pare, Pun 3:00 1 Trot or One Mile GEO. MATSON 0. RESIDENCE Dub Pnrw M. RUNYAN, 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8'8 88'8 fI 8 300.00. 15000 8 niMesMiiiniieniMR 100.00 Chairman, Racing Committee con-natio- ROBBED : Admission to Grounds well-know- n Tn-nab- o CHASING THE NO COAL IN -- ESCAPED TIIE COAL CONVICT YARDS green-skinne- y 25c OFFICERS STATE PENITENTIARY - WATCHING THE TRAINS. Bempke Ha Been Trailed the Vicinity ef Park Jeuph to-da- ti Cite BESIEGED WITH DEALERS DERS THEY CANNOT FILL. A for GROCERIES OR- Wi collected (bis amount for Jacob A Bon; the grocer on Twelfth South and Ninth East streets, Balt Uk City. It had feeeq owing to them twelve years. The rue wu lued In Murrey end the defendant raid thn Mil waa outlawed, and that ha had been sued in tha wrong spot. Ho didn't uy tha groeariaa were not good, nor that be bad not promised to pay. perhaps a hundred times In the twelve years he had owed tho bill; hut he hired lawyer and thn case went up to tho supremo court It wna decided In our favor. He knows now that It wu an hon- Peart Country People Have Made Mere Preparations for Winter Than .City Folks. high-grad- - - - It . you want to start an appetite "boom" let the. children know you have The chase after Joseph Bempke, a r man, sent to the Ipenltentl-ar- y from Ogden, and who escaped exWednesday afternoon, la becomingBalt officer between and every citing Lake and Ogden and Evanaton la endeavoring do apprehend the tngtiive. a.ri.t.nt warden Arthur Pratt Jr., and Guard L're, have been In Ogdre since last night watching tee railroads In and out of the city, Bempke le running toward Park City. Thursday, be, stole n horse southeast of Payroll, which he found out In n field and before be could be captured bo was urging the animal 'out of tho town. (Sheriff Emery of Balt Lake mok ap hia trail and fob lowed him to within n few mile of Park City, when he diaoovered the harse, exhausted, but Uempke had fled. Yesterday he wae supposed te ta hiding in the mountains that overlook Park City. When lest seen, Bempke tear wearing hla prison clothr and an old straw hat given him whna he was taken out to tho a tats form te cut hay. Hn la so well marked that hla only chance of escape lira In concealment and. every railroad station to Evanaton ia watched, his apprehension ! expreted at nay minute. It le believed that he is not armed end will not make resMance when be le surrounded, as ha appears to be fellow and Is not dl simple-minde- d posed to be vicious. Provided hie (rail I discovered In tho mountains, thn penitentiary bloodhounds will bo put on hie trail. two-yea- ta a package of ZuZu GINGER SNAPS. Can't be belt CREEK ROBS CREEK NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Officcre at Evanaton Notified tho Watch. to Ba on While a number of Greeks were looking for work Thursday afternoon, one of the number, named Pietro, robbed bia p riser, Gu Christa, of $76 dollars. The loss wu not dlucovered until late last night, after Pietro bad gone to Evanston. The robbery occurred while the Greek were walking along the street Pietro slipped hla hand Into Ch rials' pocket, extracted hla wallet and when caught at the trick stated that be merely wanted to protect Chrlstaa money. Ho noon after made hla escape. AMATEUR CHAMPION. The police have been notified at Evanaton to arrest blm ns aoon ae be Denver Aug. 23. J. P. Hughes of Is. located. Evanston's officers treated Pietro Milwaukee captured the amateur averthis afternoon. He was dressed In a age la the western handicap yesternew suit of clothes and showed signs day, ncrpasalng even the professionals. He lost only eleven bird nf four of general prosperity. hundred. Horace Bonseer and Chsun-ce- y Sergeant Tout will go to Evanaton, Powers were each tw birds be- Saturday, and bring Pietro buck to hind Hughes. William Hner. Con- Ogden for trlaL cordia, Kara., took the profeuional average, scoring 976. WANT AD3 BRING BIG RESULTS u day le tb wind that blbwn nobody It is na coal. Millions of tons at the mlnee, but not one lump for consumption. Optimism Is measured by the amount of coal In store. It's n good miner that stick to hi 111 est Railroads and coal famines go debt.. We will collect some far yon If you tarn In your claimn. exFourteen and one-bayear perience enables ue to collect where others fall. Job. hand-in-han- 1 ll Tho foregoing are rumination! of Ogden coni dealers as they sit, with their feet on their office desks, looking for coal trains. There le not enough unsold coal In the city to fry an egg. Wore It winter, half the city would be fraeslnc while the other naif would bo guard-lawhat little supply It has on hand, aa (hough the fuel were preclou diamond. Tho seriousness of the situation la not realised, nor will It be until the flint cold night necessitates the moving In of the winter stoves, but few people have been over the shortage to tho extent of storing away coal for winter use, so now that healer are entirely out there la no chance for the public to prepare for what moat surely com aoon after the falling of tho leaves. "There le not onoqunrter of the coal coming Into the city that waa coming in at this time last year," declared a "We cannot retailer yesterday. help the situation. One day wo receive notice from the mines that we can have what w order and the following day brings another card to the effect that miners are scarce and the mines cannot meet thn demand. every yard lu the city waa empty, and so far as we know, there Is no coni billed for Ogden. The outlook is discouraging and n distressing time thla winter eeeme Inevitable." That people have been careless, dealers are free to nay, na they might have put in small supplies evUer in the summer, had they been observant of red conditions. Right now the demand la Increasing but retailer are unable to supply more than n fraction of IL The county la better supplied than the city and probably twoihlrde of the fuel, over the actual consumption of the city, that has been shipped in (bia year la In country coni bouse. Until the supply was cut off It wu not an uncommon Right to nee half n dozen wagon, loaded heavily with coal, go out Into tha towns scattered throughout the county. The scarcity of experienced mlnerk la given aa the cause of the shortage, aa at present, there ir no lack of ears. A large number of practical coni miners bare gone to other states, principally Nevada, where they are able to retire higher wage and at the mines the forces are Inadequate and the output Is curtailed. g Me rch ants Protective Association - 77, 71, Franela Scientific Colectors of Honest Debs. IR 84, fif, , H and 100 Commercial National Bank O- - Build-lug- . WANT ADS BRING BIG RE8ULTB- - t . Salt Lake City "Seme People Dent Like Us." Luke, General Mgr, con-cern- Tee-terda- y Te-nab- . Not sufficient unto tb coal thereof. ', . . The' Best . . . Imported Olive Oil The Roulan Brand i Imported by us and guaranteed under The Pure Food and Drugs Act of June Use This Oil. 30th, 1906 We Can Recommend it as the Best Win. Driver & Son Drug Co. GEO. W. DRIVER, Manager 2453 Washington Avenue '