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I Ogden News I
Office 336 Twentyfifth street
I Circulation fifth Department street 336 twenty I
Hew Playhouse Will Open Monday
Night With Caiaraence
Me t Day
fSnecial to Tlu HeraldRepublican
tgiien IX t 10Vith a force of 75 men
ai work tonight the managers of the
mw Ogden theatre or Twntyfourth
str1 fflvt absolute assurance that the
TIW layhu i f will be ready for business
Wifl Mondiy night comes Commence
111lIt Days a Cort attraction will
Irn the house with Frederick V Bow
11 as the stiu
The decorations of the new theatre are
< xled i by no other interior of a play
liout in the west The new theatre Is on
tin site of Hi t old Itahna and the de
ign was mad by E W Houghton of
S atile Mit htll Halbeck of Chicago
oorated while A H Andrew of Chl
IK o supplied the seats The lighting
hi me is composed of a series of pastel
Tlp theatre seats 1100 persons has 12
handsome boxes and the interior is the
i zust place imaginable Every effort
is hten made to add to the convenience
t playgoers
Negro Notorious in Salt Lake Held
for Forgery in the Junc
tion City
Special to The HeraldRepublican
ogden Dec ItDavid Woods the no
r > who sars he saw L E Drtscoll shoot
tiftlivr C C Riley was arraigned In po
t ln < court this morning on a charge of
1 gr > anti his bail fixed at J760 pending
ring in the district court Woods < < waa
i iii ffrred to the county Jail He is
tigeU with forging the name of J T
to a check for 19
oods Is wtll known in Salt Lake hav
i figured projpinentl > in many dark
i IwT1 fracaiMs Biefia ills claim that he
u iticased the killing of Officer Riley te
l to be false the Salt Lake police
thitaming that Woods was in the city
11 there the night of the murder
social to The HeraldRepublican
< > mi n Dec 10 V R Day who ran
inn K at the union depot yesterday and
h rttened to kill every railroad official
nuid reach is a brother of W A
ii I i d prominent banker of Knoxville
i in according to letters found on him
I t tlu county Jail Today Sheriff Barlow
ilIJII teliKiaphed to Knoxville to ap
1 i ivIatiM < > f the infortunate mans
iilitior ivuding a response Day will
i l IH I > tak M Iod I i nit a lunacy commission
r ommituitrnt to the state hospital for
1 itv > has recovered from his violence of
t raay He is rational In most things
c it 1 rxves violently when started on
< Iojd of railroading and his imagl
i grievances against the Gould sys
> scial to The HeraldRepublican
dn D1 101 thieoornerd quar
1 I over i twn 1ms in Childs addition to
am Citj > gan in the district court
dy with a Mitt brought by Norman II
Y a ainht Ralph Grange his wife and
1 dna Dick > on Krouse to quiet his title
I ihf dlsuutfd property Ives declares
t I t he claim of Grange and his wife Is
vtinut fouiiilatliin and is but the result
i I i 4 consputr to defraud him He also I
t q th aim of Edna Dickerson to
u Mx nvirtna on the property is
j 1 He sks that the defendants be
> iid to bring their claims Into court and
I ordered i < > abide by the findings of the
n t
Ogden Board of Education Disburses
Cash and Changes Force
i Spei ial to The HeraldRepublican
Klfti Dec litAt the regular meeting
r the board of education last night It
ni t cided to allow the Eccle Lumber
oinjiHny JH ii as a portion of the gen
d 1 payment fir the erection of the High
F lniii building It also allowed the Og
dn I Elt < tit Fixture Supply company
r ic fixtures to be placed in the High
iool building
I he resignation of Miss Emelie Ban
iter Instructor in German was ac
pied and Miss Murphy was recom
I dwled to take her place Miss Bannia
t > r is about to be married
Special to The HeraldRepublican
ogrten Dec IT R Davis acton of a
vaMiy I 1 New York family was picked
11 i > hy i the police tonight suffering from
rkJoll and giving evidence of a de
niKd mind The police have notified his
dients in New York During the hut
ITnlh Davis has worked as a common
uilroad laborer
Siwci I to I The HeraldRepublican
Jgden 1 > oc HID F 8eerey of the
forest sen iic returned to Ogden today
S 1ier a tw o wk trip Into the Salmon
iier country of Jdaho in the Interests
< > f the IitJhe i Mr Seerey found the
lorest reeres in that region in good
million for HIP winter and the sheep
nil 1 attle men contented with the
prsent policy in force there
To Enjoy
the full confidence of the Wellinformed
of the World and tbe Commendation of
the most eminent physicians it WAS essen
tial that the component parts of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna should be
known to and approved by them there
fore the California Fig Synip Co pub
lishes a full statement with every package
The perfect purity and uniformity of pro
duct which they demand in a laxative
remedy of an ethical character are assured
by the Companys original method of man
ufacture known to the Company only
The figs of California are used in the
production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Benna to promote the pleasant taste but
the medicinal principles are obtained from
plants known to act most beneficially
To get iis beneficial effects always buy
the genuine manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co only and for sate
by all leading druggists
Dont STAY out of a job
at this seasonadvertise aggres
sively i
For InnU and Chile D
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
I The Place tndo Your Christmas J Shopping B
The Big Display on the second floor is attracting great crowds daily
Youll find Dolls Toys Games of all kinds Picture Books of nIl de
M scriptions Toy Pianos Doll Furniture Drums Tool st8A180
many beautiful Christmas Novelties
Great Coat Sale From OneThird to OneHalf Less
1000 and 1200 Coats 495 Coats at 945
1500 to 1750 values all cast into one
For Women and Young Girls extra good
great lot and while they last will sell at
fbJ quality of allwool material the plain the above prices They come in the all
and fancy weave also a good showing of wool plain and fancy weaves and mix
the fancy mixtures All sizes for Women tures full length and several styles to M
0 en and Young Girls choose fromall sizes
A Sale of Christmas Waists
450 Waists 550 Waists 6B and tf50 b
Saturday Special Saturday Special Wits Strdy
29o 395 495 fQ
Now is the time to secure a Waist for Christmas The sale embraces Black Mesaalina and Taffeta
Silks Beautiful Hand Made Battenberg Laee NetA showing of varieties that is truly re txJ
markable for one houseAll sizes shown
300 All Wool Waists 195
Nuns Veiling Albatrosses Sicilians and Alpacas all the latest Models colon Navy Brown
Pink Red Tan Gray and Creamall sizes being hown
Womens Misses and Childrens Millinery at OneHalf and Less
2 Childrens Trimmed Hats values 1 65 Womens Trimmed Hats regular 195 M
at 500 values special at
Q up to 350 J tp go
500 Young Girls Trimmed Hats < 195 Womens Trimmed Hats values up 295 b
todays sale price PA to 600 today special at
ReadytoWear Hats regular 500 4 1 95 Womens Trimmed Hats values up 395
I sJ
values today at 4 to 1000 today special at Wt
750 aad 800 AllWool Dress Skirts colors 150 Petticoats nt 98c
Navy Black and Gray Saturday < fr 495 b
0 Special at tpr ij Fancy stripe effectsblack and white check
b Brown Coney Fur Set Large Pillow Muff also plain blackall sizes tJ
with 54inch Scarf Saturday < < 5 fl
j 3 95
a at 150 House Wrappers at SOc
J White Angora Fur Set for the little ones A Made of an Extra Heavy quality ofPerdle
regular 175 set Special Satur < 1 1Q
day at P11J fancy figures and dark colored stripes sizes
M Brown Coney Fur Scarf 4 tails on ends 36 from 34 to 46
inches Just fifty While they 40
long 4
M last they will sell at UC School Dresses 9Sc
Bearskin Coats colors Red Navy Brown The fancy allwool I mixtures ages from 8 up
0 ages 2 3 4 and 5 years Regular 4 t 1 Q fL
400 valuesSaturday et V J to 24 years I
Every year the Giver of Gifts drives down from the Northland
I with a load of good things drawn from his store houehi
i magazine of good things
if Note that definition of magazine a store house1 l
I A n illustration of this definition is the December number of
The Ladies World a magazIneor store Louse of good things
Buy a copy and see the good things supplied by Supreme Court
if Justice David J Brewer Burges Johnson Grace MaeGdwan
Cook C G B Roberts Albert Bigelow Paine Edith M
if Thomas and others
Good things by the artists too illiamion Brchm Lianell
< < Stevens Potter Rosenmeyer
A superlative magazine from cover to covera store kpuffc of
literary and artistic treasures J by the greateat gift makers
l1 A copy is waiting for you at your newsstand five cen
t will suggest to you the pleasure of giving twelve of tkg
store houses as a Christmas present
fi > >
You can make this gift of a years subscription to the greatest
I home magazine store house of good things for only fifty cents
paid to your news man or direct to
The cost is little the return remarkable
K mm K
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I Estate of Emeline Richey Involved in
Dispute Between the
Special to Th HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec lOA decision favorable
to the administrator of the estate of
Kineline Richey deceased in the case
of Louise Swan Van Tassel protesting
against the administrators manner of
distributing the estate among the
heirs was rendered by Judge J A
MuwelJ in the district court this after
noon Louise Swan Van Tassel is the
daughter of Elizabeth Swan who was
named ax heir to onefourth of the un
divided estate of Emeline Richey In her
last will and testament but as Eliza
beth Swan died in 1905 two years be
fore the death ef Emeline Richey
whose estate is the bone of contention
the administrator held that all the heirs
were equally entitled to the onefourth
of the estate left to Elisabeth Swan
deceased To this ruling Louise Swan
Van Tassel took exception claiming
the undivided onefourth as her own
legacy She brought suit to break the
In his decision today Judge Howell
holds that that portion of the estate
bequeathed to Elizabeth Swan by Eme
line Richey reverted to the general es
tate after the death of the legatee oc
curring prior to the death of Emeline
Richey Through this ruling Louise
Swan Van Tassel protestant shares the
onefourth of the estate equally with
the other heirs
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 10The weekly report
of the city board of health filed thU
morning shows eighteen cases of scar
let fever four of diphtheria and four of
chlcKenpox existing in Ogden at pres
ent The scarlet fever cases are in
creasing and steps are being taken to
check it Several deaths have resulted
In the last few days among children
attending the public schools In moat
I cases it Is of virulent form
At the State School for the Deaf and
I Dumb there are four cases I I
New Commanders Named at Annual
Meeting in Ogden
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 10 Ogden camp of the
Woodmen of the World elected the fol
lowing officers for the coming yearat the
annual election held at the lodge rooms
last night Past Consul Commander A
T Wykes consul commander Hyrum
Silverthorn advisor William H Drabble
clerk E Auth banker George Hues es
cort B Van der Schuit watchman J D
I Harris sentry Marriott Koons board of
i managers Matthew Gait William M Pig
got and R B Paine
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 10 Hendikas Kouw
nineyearold son of Mr and Mrs H
Kouw died of peritonitis complicated
with appendicitis at the Ogden general
hospital this morning The little fel
low was operated upon a week ago
for appendicitis and peritonitis set in
I The funeral will be held Sunday from
I the Larkin undertaking establishment
Special to The HeraldRepublican
I Ephraim Qec MIDr William H 01
sten of Manti came near losing his life
today while he was at the station wait
ing for the Denver Rio Grande south
bound passenger train Mr Ototen makes
two trips to this city during the week
and it happened that he was going to
Manti today and the train was several
minutes late so he took a short walk on
the track before its arrival As the train I
neared he thought he was out of the way
so the engine would not strike him and I
just afterward the cow catcher seized him
brushing him off the track He alighted
in tho snow which was the meats of pre
venting a serious accident lie escaped
without injiry
Sentiment in Favor of Better Organi
zation Is Generally Expressed
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Manti Dec 10Secretary C B Stew
art of the Itah Wool Growers associa
tion and Arthur A Callister secretary
of the state board of sheep commis
sioners held a meeting with the Manti
wool growers Tuesday evening for the
purpose of discussing matters pertaining
to the forest reserves and various ques
tions in which sheep men are interested
A great many of the wool growers of thy
Temple city became members of the asso
ciation which is one of the objects of the
visit of the state officials The Salt Lake
visitors are traveling through the county
holding meetings with the wool growers
and discussing questions pertaining to
their interests It is their desire to have
all the wool men organized so that they
can work through state and national as
sociations with the view of getting bet
ter treatment on forest reserves and also
to be better prepared to protect their in
terests The meeting was a decided suc
cess In every particular
Devaney and Bradshaw Released in
Salt Lake Plead Guilty at Provo
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Der 10Bam Devaney and J
W Bradshaw were arraigned before A
A Noon today charged with carrying con
e aled weapons The men pleaded guilty
and were fined IS each These are the
men who were picked up here a few days
ago and held as suspects on a more
serious charge as they had bin guns a
sUng shot and false mustaches The
men were taken to Salt Lake where the
officers thought they had a cae against
them but they were turned loose It was
reported that they were after City Mar
shal J T Williams of this place and
had made some threats about what they
were going to do with him He had
them arrested and brought them back
here to stand trial They induced the of
floors to believe thoy had never made any
such threats and that was not used
against them
Richfield Beet Growers Believe Plant
Will Be Erected
I Special to The HeraldRepublican
Klohfleld Dec lltThe proposed
sugar factory for thlx county will prob
ably be built at Redmond the most
northerly point In this county W H I
Clark chairman of the Beet Growers
association has just received a let
ter from General Manager T R Cut
ter stating positively that no site has
been chosen for the proposed factory
and that when the factory was de
cided upon the different districts would
be given consideration The rumor of
the sPlection of
the Redmond site arose
from an alleged conversation which
Risdon lfn on of Rclmonrt Is said to
luve had 1 with Hi hop C W Niblfy It
has created much talk in the county
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Wlllard Dec toThe farmers have
commenced hauling beets back from
the dump They contracted to put them
pak for 2n cents per ton hut the way I
tli rtidfl are nt nrosent It Is a poor
inxtstinent as it is almost impossible
to haul a load without breaking the
wagon There are about 3000 tons In
the dump I
Christmas Disbursements Bring To
tals for Year to Handsome
S ial to rhe HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec 10 Friday was dividend day
at Provo and the Tintic properties had a
surprise in store for a lot of the stock
holders who were notified that Santa
Claus would remember them this Christ
mas Colorado and Iron Blossom both
posted 8cent dividends as had been ex
pected in many circles Sioux came
through with 3 cents Victoria declared
a dividend of 2 cents and Grand Central
contribution to the heliday bag was 4
cents The total amounts are Colorado
80000 Iron Blossom 80000 Sioux J22S31
Grand Central J20000 Victoria 5000 to
tal for the month 3307631 The showing
this year has been a good one as indi
cated by the following reports Colorado
was constant with 80000 a month or a to
tal for the year of 960000 Iron Blossom
was irregular and paid but 130000 Sioux
started with 8 cents a month which wRfc
declared for a tnontn or two then the
dividend dropped to 7 for seven months
and finally to 3 with a total of 5S7S33584
The grand total of the output of Tintic
properties with office headquarters at
Provo was 203833564 for the year Just
closing Most of the properties are re
ported as being in condition to continue
in the paying list indefinitely
Utah County Officers Report General
Improvement in Conditions
at Provo
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec IOChlet Probation Of
ficer B F Roper and Judge A A Noon
hate made their annual report to the
state commission for the JuvenllQ court
The report shows a decrease In cases
of petit larceny malicious mischief
fighting drunkenness leaving home
visiting pool rooms incorrigilibity car
rying concealed weapons violating city
ordinances and the bicycle ordinance
Two children were placed in homes
and two gent to the reform school The
amount of money collected for fines
was materially reduced and special
mention is made for some further pro
vision for a home of detention in each
county The effect of reading the law
to parents has been favorable in the
matter of delinquencies Of the 580
case disposed of by the officers only
thirtysix of them were girls which Is
an increase of eight over last year
while the total number of cases heard
has been less by twentysix than last
I year I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield Dec IOWord has reached
here of the destruction of the school
house at Circleville yesterday
by fire The fire occurred while the
children were assembled for their daily
lessons but all were marched from the
burning structure without accident
The schoolhouse was a rock structure
and the fire is said to have originated
from a defective flue
Funeral of Mrs Anna Maria Olsen at
Tabernacle Is Well Attended
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Kphralm Dee IOThe funeral of Mrs
Anna Maria Olsen one of the pioneers
of this city was held in the tabernacle
and many relatives and friends were in
attendance The speakers were Christian
Hald Joseph E Anderson Magnus Abe
line and Louis Dorius sr Mrs Olsen
lived in this city many years and is sur
vived by two children Mrs Marian Over
son of this city at whose home she died
and Mrs Christina Hekstead of Rexburg
Ida She was 89 years and S months old
at the time of her death Intennent was
in the Park cemeteiy
Ephraim Organization Provides Sub
stitute for Saloon
Special to The HeraldRepubiicac
Ephraim Dec IOThe M D club
of this city has rented a room in the
business district which it has fur
nlshed elegantly The club has an ex
cellent library and will use tbe new
apartments for a reading room and will
also have several debates and social
there during the winter This will
prove convenient in view of the fact
that Ephraim goes dry the first of the
year and the boys will have a place
to spend their time and good reading
to occupy their minds
Mr and Mrs Arthur Anderson of
Mayfield Have Narrow Escape
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec IOAs Mr and Mrs Ar
thur Anderson of Mayfield were return
ing from the theatreat Manti last even
ing they came nearly losing their lives in
a runaway They were on their way home
at about 1230 in a terrible snowstorm Mr
Anderson had two colts hitched to his
sleigh and as they were crossing the creek
near Sterling one of the colts stumbled
falling on the tongue breaking it The
sleigh passed over the horse throwing
the occupants out The horses ran down
the street and were later caught
Arnfred Christensen and New Coun
selors Appointed
Special to The HeraldITcpubllcan
Richfield Dec 10Changes have
taken place in Joseph by which Bishop
Parker who hac served the people of
that village faithfully for fen years
has resigned Arnfred Christensen has
been appointed to succeed him and
James Peterson and James A MoVe
have been appointed as counselors
Thus a young bishopric has been placed
in charge The retiring bishop is one
of the best men In the county
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec 10Spring City has
shipped more hay to the outside mar
kets this fall than ever before Four
cars left the local yards Monday Prac
tically all that was for sale has been
sold and only awaits being bailed for
shipment The price of alfalfa is near
the 11 mark with timothy at 1250
Erncrt Sumption G A Sumption
James M Sumption and Henry Sump
lOll all brothers living at Chester I
left during the week for Wyoming
where they have a contract to build I
ten miles of railroad They took thirty
teams and a large force of men with
The county commissioners have ap
pointed Franklin W Snow constaBle
at Sterling
Harold Anderson of Mayfield who
has been buffering with typhoid fever
during the last few weeks has a chance
for recovery
< Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec K Winter has set In
hei and many of the farmers have been
caught unprepared as many tons of bel
In the northern part of this county are I
still in the gitnind and it is also learned I
that man of th Sir county farmers
will suffer a SMMI 10 < < The shppmen
hqwever are iuuti nt as the sheep on the
desert are doin fine since the storms
The stat that the rutlanir has never
been more ncoJrS 11i I
Special to Tfie HeraldRepublican
Modena Dec 10 Running at a
high rate of speed an hour behind
time train No 4 on the San Pedro
Los Angeles and Salt Lake railroad
due in Salt Lake at 4 oclock this aft
exnoon was derailed at Fords aiding
west of Lund at 9 oclock this morn
ing It la said however that no one
was seriously injured
Soft l roadbed and spreading rails
caused the wreck Fragmentary re
ports Indicate that the whole train left
the rails tearing up the track for sev
eral hundred feet two coaches turning
completely over The track was not
cleared until midnight No4 is a new
train recently added to the schedule
and it carried several coaches from Los
Roscoe E Grover Named President
of Commercial Organization by
a Unanimous Vote
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Nephi Dec IOThe Nephl Commer
cial clubs annual election of officers
resulted in Roscoe E Grover being
chosen president by a unanimous vote
Although Mr Gover is one of the
young men of he club and a charter
member he was also one of the first
to suggest the idea of a commercial
club for Nephl He is a U of U man
one of the largest stock buyers and
shippers of the state is a great booster
for east Juab county and has the good
will of all the business men of this
community T L Foote was elected
first vice president James Bigler sec
ond vice president Dennis Wood cor
responding secretary T H Burton fi
nancial secretary T W Vickers treas
urer J A Hyde director fouryear
term T A Foote director threeyear
term W G Orme director twoyear
term William Bailey director one
year term
Governor William Spry and other
state officials will be In Nephi Tues
day evening and the club is planning
to tender them big reception
S lal to The HeraldRepublican
Bingham Dae 10Late Thursday even
ing Miss Elaine Zion the little daughter
of Mrs Minnie Zion fell from a box upon
whch she was sitting with such force
as to fracture her right arm just below
the elbow close to the joint The fracture
is a bad one The little girl is getting
along as well as could be expected
The new Fourteenth ward house was
opened to the public last night The
opening of the church was attended by
almost everybody In the ward During
the evening a twentypiece orchestra ren
dered an enjoyable program The Ladies
G A R band was also in attendance
The farmers institute down at Draper
was a failure After all arrangements
had been made it was found when time
for opening the meeting rolled around
that about six were holding down chairs
in the ward house As this was not
enough to assure the professors that the
people in that section of the ounty were
desirous of a good lecture the affair
was called off The next place sched
uled by the Ae r is at Rtvertbn today
Monopoly One of the ret Enter
prises of Banker Charles
W Morse
New York Dec IOThe American
Ice company was found guilty today
in the supreme court of restricting com
petition in and attempting to create
a monopoly of the sale of ice The
jury was out one hour and forty min
utes and when the foreman announced
the verdict the court immediately im
posed the maximum sentence of 5000
fine under provisions of the Donnelly
antimonopoly law of this state
The conviction is the first under the
new law and will probably be fought
to the highest court in the state
The significance of the verdict lies
not so much In the relatively trivial
amount of the fine imposed as in the
intimations made by John B Stanch
field of counsel for the defense that
a finding against the company which
he said supplies 8000000 customers
would mark the first step In its ulti
mate dissolution
The American Ice company though
tried under the laws of New York
was incorporated under the laws of
New Jersey for 140000000 and later
taken over by the American Ice Securi
ties company of the same state after
a drastic reorganization
The company has plants in New
York Washington Baltimore and Phil
adelohia and has absorbed many
smaller companies along the Hudson
river and In the Maine Ice fields
Before Wesley II Oler was elected
president of the company Charles W
Morse convicted banker was active
In its affairs
Evidence Being Taken Before Exam
iner Brown In Chicago
Chicago Dec 1ft Excessive freight i
rates on coke shipped from Pennsylvania
to the Pacific coast were the subject of
an Inquiry here today before G H
Brown special examiner of the inter
state commerce commission
The hearing was on the complaint of
the Spreckels Bros Commercial com
pany a California sugar corporation
which claimed that It had been over
charged In the transcontinental shipment
of coke
The evidence will be submitted to the
interstate commerce commission
New York Dec 10ln the United
States circuit court today Judge Noves
granted a stay of ten days to Charles
W Morse the convicted banker facing
a term of fifteen years in the federal pen
itentiary at Atlanta Ga on conviction
of misappropriation of national bank
funds and referred counsel motion for
a new trial to Judge Hough who origin
ally tried tho case
Pittsburg Kan Dec JOThat Goldie
Engberg committed suicide here last
Friday was decided by a coroners jury
tonight The finding was made upon
the testimony of relatives and imme
diate friends who said she had been
despondent for weeks

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