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4 fgr Ogden Branch
IDDeL tc Bell y
Pntlon ftrO requestnd to make
immediate compllnta regrdtn un
k 1tt1l1tactory dollery
Latter Vetoes One AIJIJolntmcut and
Former Refuses to Conlirm
Mnors Appointee
l OGDEN Feb 2At Its session laM
night the city council received a COIII
munlcatlon from the mayor veoting
11 resolution adopted at the last session
l confirmlng the oppointment or C H
l Kircher as manager or the O den City
QJ Waterworks at a rolan of 250 per
month which appointment was outdo
by the waterwork1 committee Inst
Week He threatens to enjoin the city
audltol and city treasurer from paying
1 the salary oC Mr Kircher unless the
city council recedes Irons Its position
In his communication the mayor says
that he Is opposed to the manager oC
111 the waterwork1 department receiving
double the salary or other city Otl1Clllls
Il but I1celared that he would consent to
the appointment at 1800 a year The
o attention oC the council was called to
ei ecH or the Utah statute which
gives the mayor the power to appoint
the chief of police tho manager or the
city waterworks department and other
uborl1lnate officers The city council
declared the mayor has superseded its
I authority In appointing and confirm
Jng Mr Kircher Tho communication
I trom tho mayor was referred to the
L wntenvorks committee and the city at I
k torney
By a vote or 6 to 3 the council re I
t fused to confirm the appointment oCt
101110 Rogers as chief or the fire dew
t w w Sraw appointed by the moor
3 ts ns day desk sergeant at thc police sta
1 j tlon was unanimously confirmed by
I i those councilmen present Acting Desk
1 Sergeant Yard law will again bo de
i tamed as a detective on tile force
The city recorder read a communica
tion from the Board oC Pacific Under
writers submitting a better rate 011 I
city buJhllngs as ordered by the coon
I I eil last week The matter was then
referred to the public buildings and
grounds committee
OGDEN Feb 22rom Hunt pleaded
Iullty to drunkenness In pohico court
Monday morning and was given the
customary five daps or 5
Ed Bailey mendicant was sentenced
10 serve 10 days In thc city jail or par
a fine or no
Joe Williams colored was charged
with vagrancy and pleaded not guilt
His bond was fixed at 100 At the
afternoon session he was sentenced to
pay a fine at 60 or servo 60 days In jail
Williams was proven to be an undesir
able ot the underworld
i John Ryan was sentenced to pay a
li sg td dlnt
l1iie of 30 or serve 50 days In tue city
jail fom creating a nuisance
Ija re eand
The bail of Cora Johnson and Flora
Wiison both colored amounting to 10
each was declared forfeited by reason
or their nonappearance to answer to
a thH charge oC vagrancy
1 Ella Nell a mulatto and Grace
J Brown Abo Williams and Emma
Thompson all colored were charged
l with vagrancy and sentenced to pay a
fine or 10 or serve 10 days In jail I
Josie James colored pleaded not I
guilty to vagrancy and was placed
mtler bonds In the sum or 50 which I
was furnished by her friends
The case or the Slate of Utah against
Tamcs Hone charged with exceeding
1 the automobile speed limit wn called
The complaint was Issued at the In
I stance oC Joseph Bailey superintendent
I of the Ogden Rapid Transit company
who stated on the witness stand that
I llonC had driven past him twice on
j Sunday at a great rate oC speed
i frightening his horse and nearly caus
jng his sleigh to be overturned Honey
I pleaded not guilty to the charge and
was placed under ball in the slim oC
100 and the case continued till Wednesday
nesda mornIng to allow time to pro
ure witnesses
i OGDEN Feb 2TJlls weeks bill
I at the Orpheum Is one of good enter
talnment Crom beginnIng to end The
tj act or tho top liners the lelmane
11 Brothers Is very similar to the wOlk
1 or previous teams at tumbling clowns
yet the large Monday night audience
I seemed to thoroughly enjoy It as they
did the other live big acts
I r OGDEN Feb 2Artlclg or Incor
Id poratlon or the Intermountain Four
State Fair association have been med
with tho county clerk The object or
the association Is to conduct faIrs slm
liar to the one recently held at Ogden
and tho principal place oC operation
Is named 1l10gden The capital oC the
association Is 10000 fully paid The
officers arc H 11 Rowe president lI
I S Browning vice president A p
Bigelow treasurer and John Plnree
secretarY These with Joseph Scow
croft form tho board or directors
Peptiron Pills
Ironle the blood tone the nerves
strencthcn the stomach aid dIgestion and
promote 81CCt restful natural sleep They
arc chocolatecoated acceptable to the
stomach amid easily assim
Ilated end tho best medi
cine for anemic pale ncr by
vous and dyspeptic mcn
women and children and
nil sufferers from the effects
of the strenuous life ot today Price We or
1 Ot druggIsts or by mesh
C I HOOD CO LoTrell Mass
As Itciiit or Gun Shot oulIll Self
IDlllced at llcnl
OGDEN Feb 2C E Gerber oC
Cheyenne WO died last night at the
Ogden general hospital after lingering
for two hours from the effects of 11
11110 ball which passed through his left
breast this afternoon amid which the
police believe vas hIred with suicidal
Intent In room 14 at the lIcaly hotel
Gerber regIstered at the hotel Mon
day morning at i oclock and was as
signed to room II He remained In nis
room until shortly before 3 oclfJric
when a chambermaid attracted by the
sound oC the explosion oC the rifle
notified p p Drammey the day clerk
who rushed to tIme loom and found
Gerher lyIng across his bed with blood
1I0wln from the wound In his Irt
breast In respon8e to the clerks In
tuirle Gerber Insisted that ho hal
shot himself aecldentulh
He wa lel110ed to the Ogden gen
oral hospital where Dr Anna S StIes
city physicians wao called to attend
him At 5 oclock Gelber died after
remainIng conscious until haIr an hour
before the end came
Consldernble mystery surrounds the
shootIng Gerber entered the hotel with
a suitcase containing a takedown 22
caliber rifle and several artlclC4 or
clollllng No letter 01 wrltln or any
kind was found In hill room or on his
person which would Indicate the ra
son for his act but despite his denial
the police me confident that he Idllel
himself Intentionally
The body was removed to Lindqul5
undertaking rooms last night and will
be held until some word Is recel11
from his relatives
T Wesley Walker Cut His Throat
With Pen Knife but
May Recover
OGDEN Feb 22J Wesley Walker
a young man about 20 years of ago lies
at the city hall at the point or death
from a selflnllIcted knife wound in the
neck It Is possible that he will rccov
Shortly alter 50 Monday evenns a
call WM reeehcd at the pollee station
from Thomas Bradley from 218 West
Seventeenth street tv the effect that mc
mall had cut his throat near his Place
and was dying A record rUIl was m3de
by the patrol wagon with Jailor Hag
bert Anderson and the young man was
taken to the poHce station where City
PhysIcian Anna F flies assisted by
several officers worked over the
Wounded man till a late hour when he
wa reported very low
Letters and receipts found In his
pocket showed that Walker had recent
iy been an Inmate of the Pasteur Instl
tute at 212 Dearborn strOOt Chicago
and a railroad ticket from Ogden to
Io Angeles over the Southern Pacific
railroad Indicated that he was on his
way home after taking treatment at
the Chicago hospital
OGDEN Feb 22Marrlage licenses
have been Issued to the following
parties by County Clerk S G Dye
1iIIlam F Kllppert and Lucy Dabb
both or HarrlslIIe
James Rawson or lnesl1Ie and
Maralet Fire or Rieldale
Howard A Bushnell and Myrtle
Prelhaw both oC Ogden
William DMortul and Gertrude E
Pmland both or Ogden
OGDEN Feb 2Charles y He
lander has filed an answer to the di
vorce complaint recently brought In the
district court by his wife Christine
He1ander He alleles that In the
spring oC 1908 he took hla VICe and
four children by a former marriage to
California where ho provided them
with a good comfortable home He also
clalm9 that In September oC 1908 his
wIfe returned to Ogden and refused to
Ilve with 111m and denied him the right
to follow her However he did return
here and finally with her consent their
differences were settled and for a few
months or until May oC 1909 they lived
together At this time she again drove
him away from her and has ever IIlnco
refused to live with him Helander
states that ho Is In poor health and
has no Tllopertr and Is compelled to
make his living following the trade or I
a carpenter He claims that hIs wire
Is the owner of certain valuable prop
Theres an advantage
in electing your spring
suit early
Right now our stock contains the very cream
1 1 of the newest New York styles for spring
in the widest variety of fabrics weve ever
b If you choose now you have the pick of them
BenJamin Suits and Coats 18 to 40
Store closed today
J D OWEN Manafer 245 South Main St
1 J L 111 l
crty at Harrlwlllo mind that she has
about 400 In time bank lIe asks that
the section In her camplaillt asking
for allmon be stricken out Uti she Is
fully able to support herself
OGDEN Feb 2The Interlocutory
decree oC divorce granted to George
y Umbennur last JUlie from Lulu D
Umbenaur was ordered set aside by
Judge Howell In the district court on
Monday afternoon on the ground that
Mrs Umbenallr vas never notified oC
time action amid therefore was not given
an opportunity defending the case
OGDEN Feb 2Waltor Snlther8
a young mllll from Roy was brought
Into Ogden Monday afternoon by
Deputy Sheriff Hutchens on the charge
or disturblll tl1O pence Young Smith
ers became too boisterous at a dance
held about a wee ago and a complaint
was Issued for his arrest Ho was
placed under ball 111 the sum of 25 to
Insure his appearance at his heAring
The News Is delivered by carrier
every night Sunday excepted at 76
Cfntll per month All payments and
complaints regardimmg delivery should
be made to David JohnIQn agent
for Daily Saturday and SgmlWeek
I News Did Phone ESA Orders
takon for Church works Residence Hi
South FIrst West Strct
Carrier east sllle oC Academy Are
InrI 1121
Carrier west side oC Academy Ae
lad 102A
Sctcrnl Candidates for PosIIIomm Made
Vncant isy Death of A B
SpecIal Correspondence
PROVO Feb 2Contl1ry to expec
tations the count commissioners dill
not appoint Q successor to time late A
B Walker chaIrman oC Ul0 board at
the time of his de1th
here are several candidates who
through friends and III person havo
made their aallablllt known he
candidate who suoms to be In the lead
Is S 1 Goodwin oC Lehl His frIends
have h > ned a big petition for his al
110Intn1cnt which was presented by
Postmaster Ross or Lei1 It has sIgn
Fork and
era from Lehl American
Pleasant Grove
Mr G00lhdn Is a Iomlnent business
man and is superintendent or the Peo
pies Coop at Lehl
Louis Engels of Fairfield presented
an application for a retail liquor license
The application was taken under ad
Supt Oliver or the county Infirmary
presemited the Collowng report or the
finances of the Inl1lmal for January
Amount on hand Jan I 3139 re
celed 41545 total H5S4 disbursed
3ft45 balance on hand Feb I W39
PROVO Fob 22Engineer Ltel in
charge oC the Stll3wberr valley Irriga
tion project reports that four feet oC
snow fell on the SpanIsh Fork canyon
1110unlaln Friday and Saturday nights
The men and teams arc compelled to
remain at the tunnel till a road can be
opened to the road passing through the
PROVO Fob 2Sec Hodson or
the el11 service commission will hold
the Colloin examinations hero and
will furnish blanks and information to
Mlrch 23Chart engraver hydro
graphic office nav department salary
j20 per annum
March 3oExpelt farmer Indian sen
Ice salary 1200 per annum
March 29 20 anti USenior mechahnl
cal and optical dratsmen to nil IL va
cancy at the Frankford arsenal Phila
delphia Pa salary1C00 per annum
PROVO Feb 22lIarriage licenses
have been Issued the following coup
Ernest Sheen or Salem and Sophia
Law or SpringIIe
James Thomas Powell or Lehl and
Lydia Jane Humphries oC Pleasant
Howard Armstrong the yotmmig man
suspected of complicity In the bur
glar ot a Sprtngille wine cellar has
been rcieased trolls custody Sheriff
Judd failed to secure evidence that
would connect Armstrong with thb
w B Starr the veteran D n
G conductor on the Heber branch
has returned from southern California
and Is again on his old run Mr
Starrs family are still In California
and will remain there till spring
Elder Walter p Whitehead has IC
turned frOni a mission to England
Guterrlco Da Lara a Mexie11 politi
cal refugee will d < lIver a free lecturo
on political conditions In MexiCo
Thursday evening In the Library luc
tore hall
There arc six feet of snow on tile
rollload track through Provo canon
and a snow plow has had to be used
to clear the track for tile trains
Eric Iogrecn of 3antaquln was convicted
icted by a jury In Justice Nelsons
court oC that town or 3Z5aull and
batter on tI 9yel1r01d boy IW kick
Ing him The lad had arnuRed Mo
greens Ire by hitting a cow MOgleen
was leading wlU II snowball Sen
tence was 8usIICnded
Erwin Pnlmer II 16earold boy of
American Fork who was sent to the
industrial school Friday by Judge
Noon oC timb juvenile court on comlc
tlon oC Incorrlglhlllt did not stay
long Probation Officer Roper has been
advised that the lad has left the In
stitution and that the officel arc look
Ing for lmlm
Walter Cox or this cIty who has
perfected many Inventions oC value
has now Invented an attic window
fastener which pelmlts the wlndo1
to be opened without removIng the
screws 1l Is In high favor with build
era and Is being Applied on a number
of firstclass residences hero
Special Corrcmpondemmce
MONROE Sevier Co Utah Fob 19
On Saturday last a very Intoresting
reception party was tendered Elder
James R Warn who lately returned
from a two 00118 mission In Norway
There are a few cases oC whoopln
coUch in town
The child oC Mr and Mrs Moriensen
or Creator which died very suddenly
wan brouFht liars for burial today
The high school student have an
nounced their Intention In attractive
placards to dlseountenancc the use of
tooocco and Intoxicants and to oppnso
hoodlumlsm In all forms They will
hold S1 public meeting next wed to
express thol11OOle9 Upon these reforms
Benning Goold was IlUccemtull op
crntodupon fpr aptndeI1 ty
is the trade
mark which is
I found on every
bottle of the
Scotts Emulsion
the standard Cod Liver Oil
preparation of the world
Nothing equals it to build up
the weak and wasted bodies
of young and old All Dru Jts
Sd ICe eme of pSlr end thlo ad fog oar
beautllul Bevies Bask and ChIld Sketch
Hook each banJcC < latlnll GGOot LackPnT
SCOFF BOWNE 409 Purl St No y
ser Beaver count Utah Fob 3 Mrs
Margaret Slelnner wife of Horace A
Skinner died after a few days Ill
ness She was the daughter of noh
ert Patterson and Sophia Dohn and
was born In Beaver City June 28
1869 She Is survived by her hushand
find three children tho oungest a
baby II few days old
Humlllon lantana Feb Ii ToHcph
Lulls Waylett passed away He Is
the son of the late George C and
Martha A uylett born June 9 18ji
at Corinne Utah He Is sUlIM by his
wIfe three children nn aged mother
four brothers and one sister and many
lell1tIc and friends He was an hon
ol1ble upright man
ADAIS SAMUEL TlAt his home
III St George Vashingtoll count
Utah on Feb 15 Samuel L Adams
one oC the poneer5 or Dixie passed
quIetly to his Cst He had been sick
for several weeks and his demise was
not unexpected 1fI Adams has been
closel identified with the upbulldlng
or Dixie and he has long boems known
ns one of the sweet singers of Dixie
cud songs that he composed have been
sung by hlmsclC and others on many
holiday occasions He has been one
of the stIrling mon of the communlt
aiding In Its growth and development
Beaver count Utah Feb 10 William
A Carlow a hIghly respected citizen
ot Beaver count passed to time great
beyond His death was due to a com
pllctlon of diseases after a long and
severe illness He was the son oC Xa
thanlel Carlow and Mary II Rich and
was born at Winchester Van Duren
count Iowa June 10 18H and came
to Utah while very young the ram
Ily going to Beaver city immediately
after the settlement oC the city III
took an active part In the develop
ment oC the communlt and was a
most wOllh example or probity and
fealty to the right He married Char
lotte Baldwin and hIs family aN
among the mot esteemed citizens oC
the community
home In Huntington Emmsery county
Utah Feb 12 Samuel J Rowle died
following two operations for rupture
resultlnF from heavy lifting He wa
iiI the prime of life being 2 years of
age and a useful citizen and well re
spected In the cOllllnunit In which lme
lived He was the son or Samuel and
Ann Howle He went with his parentll
and helped to settle the San Tuan
country Intel they moved to Hunting
ton He was a dutIful son a good
citizen and a faithful Church worker
being nlways on hand to do whatever
ho was called on to perform He will
be grcntly missed ns he was n friend
and brother to all hili associates He
leaves n wife and fivo children his eld
cst son being 19 years oC age and the
youngest beIng six years old They
have burled five children his wife Is
the daughter oC William and Amisy J
Black Doth the Rowley and Black
families are pioneers In the State fli
Salt Lake Photo und Supply Co
Kodaks finlshln framing 142 Main
We are the pioneers In Job Print I
lag and Book Binding In the state
Our facilities are the best for hand
hlng any class of work no matter how
large or how small
On Feb 6 the funral or William
Forman ono of the pioneers oC Wa
ntch cottnty was held In tho stake
houQ at Hober CIty The services were
conducted by BIshop Hugh V Harvey
or Center ward where Mi Forman
has resided for tho last 12 years
Musical selections were rendered
under the dIrection oC Pror O A
Whittaker The speakers were Patri
archs Thomas Hicken and Robert
Duke Elder A 1r Hansen and Bishop
Harvey all oC whom testified to the
Integrity and good works or the de
lIl1am Formlln was born In Glas
gosv Scotland Nov 17 183 and was
the son at John Forman and Margaret
Major He became a member of the
Church Oct Iii 1851 and he came to
America In iszi and becnme Intlmntel
acquainted with the early leaders or the
Church hllvlng hived In the homes of
Brigham Young WIllard Rlchllrds and
others He took part In the Echo can
yell cunpnlgn In the fall ot 1857
October 10 1859 he married Catherine
Campbell In April 1860 he mood to
Proo valley where he has since lIed
being prominently connected with the
building up mId development oC this
section He acted as bishop of what
was then Heber West ward and In 18j8
wo appointed agent oC the PmesldIng
Bishopric In Wasatch st k liy Bishop
Edward Hunter Except for a former
attack of heart failure he had enjoyed
remarkably good health While on i1
visit to his daughters In Salt Lake City
ho died of heart trouble on Feb 3 his
remains lJehlg brought to Heber for
burial He had to families both
his eompllnlons preceding him lie
leaves a large number at children and
grandchildren He has eel been In
the front ranks battling for the truth
and died ac he has lived a true Lat
terda Saint
Delicately formed and gently rearcdwomen 4
will find in all the seasons of their lives as
maidenswives or mothersthat the one simple r
wholesome remedy which acts gently and
pleasantly and naturally and which may be
used with truly beneficial effects under any ji
conditions vhen the system needs a laxative
isSyrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna It is
vell known to be a simple combination of the
laxative and carrninative principles of plants t i
with pleasant aromatic liquids which are
agreeable and refreshing to the taste and ji
acceptable to the system when its gentle
cleansing is desired
Only those ho buy the genuine Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna can hope to get its t
beneficial effects and as a guarantee of the j
excellence of the remedy the full name of the i W
companyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co is printed cc y
on the front of every package and vithout it
any preparation offered as Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna is fraudulent and should be J
declined To those who know the quality of
this excellentlaxative theofferof anysubsti
tote when Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna a
is called for is always resented by a transfer < ji 1
of patronage to some firstclass drug establish
ment where they do not recommend nor sell jfst
false brandsnorimitation remedies The genu
me article may be bought of all reliable drug
gists everywhere one size only Regular
pnce 50 cents per bottle Get a bottle today
tohave in the house when needed
r Assignees Salel
The Elegant Stock of Merchandise of
C DJ Ives Company
Consisting of about 15000 worth of Mens Fine
Clothing Hats and
Is offered for sale in bulk at once by thc assignee for the bcne
fit of thc creditors Thc most complete stock of its sizc and
kind in the state Bids will be received until noon Wedncs
day February 3rd 1910
T E MATHEWS Assignee
Basement First National Bank Building
The man of ordinary means
cannot afford to buy plated sil
verWare Note the reason
We will sell six each dinner
fork desert forks desert spoons
and tea spoons in solid silver
Adam design for 4050 that
contain 1980 in actual bullion
valueThis leaves the actual
outlay 2070 we will give 1980
for the bullion any time in ten
years This investment of 2070
furnishes silver that lasts two or
more generations
The same number of pieces as
above furnished in the best quad
ruple plate will cost 1425 This
set has no intrinsic or bullion
value and will wear out in a few
years and he a total loss Think
this over take a looK at Adam
and decide which is an invest
ment and which is an expense
Phone 65 for
th eidQlS
Correct Time lL
< 0 I I r I I I I r I I I I I I I r I I I I I r I H r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f + tO
Weather ForecastSnow
Closed Today in Honor of the Birth 01
lhc story of V ashington anSI his little hatchet fitly illls
trates the farreaching influence of the truth During the
many years that the Gardner Store has been supplying the i
clothing needs of the men and boys of this great inland empire
we have never found it necessary to resort to deccptionun
truth on thc contrary the popularIty of Gardncrs speaks
more forcibly than words can tell
It pays to buy at Gar ners
t UALlTY5TOR l t
A single sheet
of thin tissue
a dozen or
ifc fr M more heavy
ffecIl carbons or
it boththe L
t C Smith 4
S Bros Automatic
aJ matic Paper
S az a Feed handles U
I 11th without ad
1l I 4flfl justment
5 One Typewriter
S 2U that does the
work of two
and Does it Better
Thats the NEW MODEL
L C Smith Bros Typewriter
A writing machinea complete condenscd billIng machismo and
tl1bulat01 all in one Bailbearings at aU important wearing points
with more thaQ double the life of ordinary pinion bearings
Many features employed elsewhere u atlaclimrnU sue inbaill villi Integral
puts of the L C Smith Bro Typewriter sod wIth the free easy but aNo
iutcly precise operation of baUbearlDItS throusrhoutare big points ot superlorllY
making machine do the work of two and do It bdtrat a onllmachfl
crut Vrlto for the book Its free
No 58 West Third South St Salt Lake City utah
Bad Tenants
vVc furnish information 10 land
lords pcrtaining to tenants who do
not pay their rent Landlor can
have thc information either before s
or after the tenants move in It is
cheaper in many instances to ob
tain the information while thc
house is empty Te evict tenants U
who do not pay W c publish thc
Rating Book that tells of the peo
ple who pay their debts We col
leet more money from honest
dcbts than any ollcctiou agency j
in thc world and hence we know 4
from our records those why par
Rooms 77 to 100 Gl11mercial National Bank Uldg Salt LlIko Clt Utah
Francis G Luke General Maimagor Tb said Somo 1011111 Dont LJleo Us
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