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SteiuBloch lment with years of
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skill behind it I f
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I L < S ft5 The newest arrivals are far ahead of the clothing pa
S ti rade in style cut Ill design and pattern and the odd little
S touches of the artful clothing designer are all Included
4 j I If you are ats imln e lover of style and elegance let us
I t > show you theso late roodele The prices willsurprise you I c
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t 1 1i f x 2413 WasHington Ave
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SUPERIOR SKIRT
STYLES
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OTjRONB OF FANCY DRESS
t SKIRTS ARE OF TIIE MOST
UPTODATE STYLES AND
QUALITIES S
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VOILE SKIRTS
IX BIACK TAN AND GRAY
ARE EXTREMELY DRESSY
FOR AFTERNOON AND
EVENING WEAI
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FRENCH PANAMA
SATIN SOLOCJL AND SILK
SKIRTS ARE ALL HERE AT j
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
THE B IlL WYKECO I
2335 Washington Ave
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REfERtNCES
AMERICAS most wonderful farm
land A deep alluvial pelta deposit I
or soil Fine climate LIthia What
more do you want Join the next
pxcnrslon Tuesday April 20 Western
Land 1V Investment Coj Rooms 11516
Bcclcs Bldg
Try Rights then Alvord Bell 333
Tlje Ogden News Boys who have
been regular patrons of the Orpheum
Theater since iis oI > mlng will bo the
guests of the management tonight at
the 030 performance The lads are
hustlers a little windy sometimes but I
gentlemen for a that j
Ogden Circle 5S1 Women ot Wood
craft will give a benefit card party
Wednesday evening April 211n the I
OOF hall A cordial invitation to all
Prizes and refreshments Admission
25 cents
Orpheum Amusement Company
Articles of incorporation of the Or
pheum Amusement company were fil I
ed this morning In the county clerks
office The capital stock is 50000 I
divided into 500 shares of 100 each i
The principal place of business is Og i
den and the incorporation Is for one
hundred years Wlllard Scowcroft is I
president David C Eccles vice pres
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I Orpheam Theatre 3
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i COMPLETE CHANGE OF +
PROGRAM TODAY
Pictures Songs and Music new
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C LADIES SOUVE I MATINEE X
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j AFTERNOON of
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ideal 1j IT Garrett secretary John
Puigreo treasurer and these with
W C Wright Parley P Jensen and
L R Eccles constitute the first board
of directors
MUNCHNER HOFBRAU Imported
Beer on draught at THE POTTER
Servediuoth in Cafe and Buffet
I Will Be Burled TuesdayThe funer
al of Terrance McGovcrn will be held
at St Josephs church Tuesday at
10am i
Yon profit because you economize
in buying 13 G Butter
Government DocumentsA letter
iccclvcd from Geo Sutherland notifies
Judge Ilowell that the Ogden library
I to receive government publications in
t adiliion to those now sent by Reed
Smoot beginning with the Slxtyfirst
congress
Spring Ha Sale 2514 Wash Ave
Went to Springville Rev J E Car
ver went Jo Sprlugville today to de
liver six addi esses before a gathering 1
of the Presbyterian churches of tho
I southern and central portion of the
slate He will return Thursday I
The leas01 yoU should buy It Is1t I
is the best Lewis Coal Phones 149
Miss Farley Returns Miss E Lo
rue Karlcy has returned from Salt
Lake City where slic has been the
past three w eeks visiting with rela
tives and friends
That Good CoallUlJU pounds to
n ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gate Bamberger Ogden Coal
Co 3121 Washington avenue Both
phones 2000
George W Luce Here George WI
Luce general freight agent of the
Southern Pacific aVrivcd from San
Francisco Sunday evening and was
greeted hya large number of oM time
Ogden friends Mr Luce Is en route
east on a business trip
Frank Cutter agent San Francisco
Weekly Examiner will be in Ogden
until May 1 Address Box 311 Ogden
Visiting Salt Lake Superlntcudent
Whitney and MasteV Mechanic Malone
oi thl3 city and Master Mechanic Ga
ines of Pocatello are visitors in the
capital city today
WANTED To buy a good driving
LtnBC W S DonSldson 413 23rd St
Union Pacific Pay Day tjnlon Pa
cific pay checks will arrive from the
east Tuesday morning and be distrib
uted to local employers of that line in
the afternoon
Blue Seal Butter Nut Bread is known
by Its fine texture and flavor
More Sheep ArriveA trainload of
sheep arrived from southern Utah this
morning and Was sent east to Wa
satch for the sumniei
Heavy Fruit ShipmentsFruit trains
continue to roll east over the Union
Pacific dally and shipments from Cali
fornia aggregate about 130 cars every
tent four hours
Funeral Tuesday services
over the remains of Ralph Sl1ox
ham will be held Tuesday at 2 oclock
at St Joseph Catholic church The
remains will lie in state Monday eVen
big and Tuesday until 1 oclock at the
family residence 229 Twentyfourth I
street Interment in Ogden City cem
etery
W5 C Evening The W R C will
give a beau supper and program for
the benefit of the G A R on April
I 21 The program will consist of drills
b = tI 1
THESE ARE THE DAYS
WE G VE
I WATCHES AWAY
I Each customer pmvhasing a Boys Suit cost
costing 500 or more
will be eiitiUcflto of our watches absolutely FREE
guar
anteed for one year School days call for good strong clothes
that will 11011 the playful boys and give them a noiil appearance
VaUonTaiiuer follies arc the very kind needed
Becoming styles for all boys
250 to 1250
Watson = Tanner Clothing
376 TWENTYFOURTH ST
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and negro melodies by the W R C
quartette
I Mass MeetingA mass meeting to I
arrange for the G A R encampment
I entertainment will be held at tho
I Court House Tuesday evening I
I License to Fish State Game War I
I den Chambers says licenses to fish can 1
I now bo obtained at the usual places
The licenses were placed on sale thlj
morning i
One Year For McVeyDanlel Mc
Vey convicted last week of burglary
in the third degree in entering and
robbing a Southern Pacific box car
was taken into com I this morning and
sentenced to ope year in the peniten
tiary He will be taken to that in
stitution Tuesday morning with Har
ry Harris and Tom Delaney who will
receive sentence in court tomorrow
morning both having entered a plea
of stilly of burglary in the third degree
I S
gree
Depart FQT EuropeMr and Mrs
r
H H Rolapp with their two children
I will leave Tuesday morning for a
three or four months tour of Europe
I I They will sail from New York aboard
the HamburgAmerican line steam
ship Moltker direct for Naples Al
I
that port they will be met by their
I son Frank who is at present in tho
I German missionary field being sta
tioned at Breslau From Naples the
party will tour the central portion of
thfe continent Including Rome Flor
once Venice Milan several Swiss
towns Vienna Paris Hamburg and
Berlin Thoy will make a short jour
noy Into Scandinavia and returning
to Germany ascend the Rhine and
y a circuitous route reach Antwerp
from which port they will proceed to
England Visiting London Manches
ter Liverpool and other points In
England a short excursion may bo
made info Scotland after which they
will return home Frank Rolapp will
accompany the parly only in the south
of Europe and then continue in his
field of missionary work
I MILLIONS FOR IRRI6A lION
NORTH AND SOUTH OF HERE
MEN OF GREAT WEALTH ARE PLANNING TO STORE THE WATERS
OF WEBER RIVER AND BRING UNDER CULTIVATION THE
LANDS ABOVE THE PRESENT CANALS 20000 ACRES
OF FRUIT TREES TO BE PLANTED S
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Samuel Newhousc who was In Og
den at noon on his way East is tak
ing a lively Interest in the storing of
the waters of Weber river for the pur
pose of Irrigating the high lands of
this valley and on Saturday he direct
ed John Hays Hammond of New Ybrk
to inquire into the status of the deal I
whereby J H Early and James Shep
hard who hold options on 20000 acres
of laud were lo build a reservoir cast
of Echo and bring the water thus
stored on to the lands north and south
of Ogdon
Mr Newhouse is not attempllng to
finance this scheme but he is ex
tending akindly interest and doing all
possible bring about what he looks I
forward to as a possible great achieve
ment
On next Saturday Mr Early is to
meet Mr Montgomery in Ogden and
then may be brought about a decis
ion of vast importance to this city
the planning to place under cultiva
tion 20000 or more acres of fertile
land suitable to fruit culture Tho
surveys have been made which show
ICONSUL TING
I
NQINEER
ISAACS
HE IS TO LOOK OVER LOCAL IM
S PROVEMENTS
Direct From the Office of Julius Krutt
schnitt in Chicago on an Im
portant Mission
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Special Consulting Engineer John
D Isaac of the Harriman system will 1
arrive frbm Chicago in his special car
Thursday morning in company whit
GeneraL Manager Molse of the Central
Railroad of Georgia another line of
I the Harrinfan system and the two of
I ficials will spend several days at Og
len and in this vicinity after which
President Moise will continue on to
the coast while Mr Isaacs will re I I
turn east and report the result of his
findings to Vice President Kruttsch I
n ill director of maintenance and op I
erations
During Consulting Engineer Isaacs
sojourn at Ogden he will inspect tho
new viaduct look after improve
ments now in progress In the local
Southern Pacific machine shops size I
up existing conditions across the Og
deaLucin cutoff and possibly deter
mine the location for the new freight
house to be erected at Ogden the pres
ent summer His views as to the site
of the proposed 100000 structure will
probably meet the approval of Mr
jcrutlschnltt after which work on the
now building will be hurried as rapid
ly as possible in order to have the
structure enclosed before another win
tijr sets in
It is also more than likely that Mr
Isaacs will determine tho question of
constructing tho timber breakwater
across tho lakes BO that work In that
direction ran bo inaugurated In the
uetu future
that by constructing a highline ca
nal to the mouth of Weber canyon on
I the south side and syphoning part of
the canal flow to a branch of the ca
I nal on the north while continuing the
main canal to the south along the Sand
Ridge an empire of fruit land to the
north and south of Ogden would be
brought under wateV
Mr Early and Mr Shephard have
been assured subscriptions pf 3000
000 on their project to build a reser
voir power plant and canals and buy
the required amount of acreage to bo
planted to fruit but their plans call
for half a million dollars more which
is being subscribed locally 100000
having been signed by one man With
the two interests uniting on the irri
gation and power scheme ample
funds should be available as Mr
Montgomery alone Is capable of pro
moting the undertaking
With this Irrigation project abso
lutely assured Ogden could look for
ward to a period of unequaled pros
perity with a tremendous 01ll In
ruff culture and a great advancement
in all interests centering in Ogden
SHORT LINE
BLOCKED BY
WASHOUT
THREE HUNDRED FEETOFTRACK
WASHED AWAY
Trains for Portland Are Being Detour
ed Through OgdenFloods Are
Doing Much Damage
As a result of a disastrous washout
near Fossil a little station forty miles
west of Granger on the Idaho divis
ion of the Oregon Short Line all pas
senger trains between Portland and
Granger are now being detoured
I through Ogden and sent from this city
north to Pocatello
The first washout occurred Satur
I day night and was of minor Import
ance the opinion prevailing that a
few hours would suffice to put tho
track in condition for service again
but a second washout occurred last
night and between two and three hun
dred feet of track will now have to
e rebuilt entirely before train service
IB again resumed between Granger
and Pocatello Until this is done and
it will require several days even with
the large force of men now employed
in the work trains frqm both directions
passing through Pocatello and Gran
ger will be sent through Ogden
Fossil is located in the cepter of a
mountainous region and thp recent
warm weather has resulted in high
water at various points between Gran
gor aud Montpelier
A similar condition obtains at many
points on the Union Pacific between
Ogden and Green River whore high
water troubles are expected this
spring but Superintendent Whitney
has placed special track forces all
along the threatened districts and IB I
taking every precaulion possible
against the floods from mountain
streams
MIx UP OVER
THE CAME
I H LAW
COMPLAINTS ISSUED AGAINST A
NUMBER OF FISHERMEN
A MVander VUes Authority as a
Game Warden Is QuestionedMen
Were Unable to Obtain Licenses
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There isa variety of opinion being
expressed today In regard to the au
thority legally vested In Deputy Game
Warden A M Van der Vlies at the
present time and whether that gentle
mans action Sunday in seizing certain
fish which had been caught by local
men In the vicinity of Hooper was
strictly according to law
The deput discovered a number of
Ogden and Hooper men fishing in Og
len river not far from the town of
Hooper Having in his possession the
only book of licenses Issued this year
he was aware that no one of the group
was a licensed fisher and further
more he learned that they were sein
ing contrary to the law in not being
accompanied by a game warden or a
deputy
Deputy Van dor Vlics informed the
men that they wero fishing illegally
and requested them to desist They
demurred in the matter stating that
the deputy had no authority in the
present case owing to the fact that
his commission had expired and had
not been renewed on account of the
delayed confirmation of tho appoint
ment of Fred W Chambers as game
warden
The deputy however insisted in his
demands that the fishing stop and pro
ceeded to seize the bag of fish con
sisting of carp bass and suckers Sep
arating the bass from the others he
put the latter into his buggy and threw I
the remainder into the river He then
attempted to secure possession of tho I
seine which was being used While
thus employed It Is staled that Peter
Mattson one of the party took the
bass out of the buggy and threw them
Into the river The deputy then asked
for the names of the men and was re
fused the information
As a sequel to the affair com
plaints were issued against Peter
Mattson John Doe Richard Roe and
John Smith of Ogden and David
Fielding Charles Hlglcv and Joe and
William Hall of Hooper charging them
with the foregoing offenses
BETTER LATE CAR SERVICE
Last car now leaves Sanitarium for
the city at 10 p m
JURORS FOR THE MAY
TERM OF DISTRICT COURT
The following jurors have been
drawn for the May term of district
court
Ogden Henry D Moore W G
Faulkner Thomas Doxey 0 A White
II M Kammeyer Winslow Farr Jos
D Harris Jas Erickson Albert Coop
rWni Pearce A G Fell F T Flinders
Win T Pickett P A Gysln Henry
Burton B F Garr Martin Cullen R
B Porter H C Hanson
Huntsville W Wood
Roy Thos Hollands Samuel Had
ley
Pleasant ViewSamuel Shaw
Plain City < Mllo Sharp Sr Jos
Singleton Lyman Skeen J H Hod
sonUintah
Uintah Alma Keyes
Burch Creek Lee Richey
Wilson Wm Van Alen
MONTEREY RECORD 20914
Is the fastest trotting stallion in the
west and the only one to produce a
colt with a race record better than
209 He will be In the stud at tho
Ogden Fair Grounds after April 1
1901
C B JOHNSON Owner
NEBRASKA PEOPLE HTO
TO INVEST MONEY
Frank Warner and family of Elm
Creole Nebraska and J C Schrake
and son of Ovcrton Neb arrived in
the city today and are conferring
with thelrt friend J M Forristall
relative to investing in this vicinity
Both of the gentlemen have visited
Utah before with an idea to locating
in this vicinity but not being en
tirely suited with the Inducements
offered had retuined to Nebraska
Mr Schrake states that he has re
cently been in California looking for
investments but finding nothing to
his liking has returned to Ogden to
again look over the field
I find there has been considfliablo
doing in Ogden since my last trip
here said Mr Schrakes today and
upon questioning some of my former
acquaintances I also find that prices
have soared at a most alarming rate
giving one tho impression that procras
tination in the way of Investing in
Ogden realty is mighty expensive I
thought you were asking a bit too
much for your property a year or two
ago and I figured that those prices
would have been reduced somewhat
by this time but apparently that was
the time for me to have bought
Mr Schrake Is looking for some sort
of business to embark In and is of the
opinion that to wait for reduced prices
or lo look further for a more promis
ing investment will bo a waste of
time He was formerly a merchant
YOUNG LADIES SOCIAL
The Young Ladies connected with
St Josephs Church will give a Social
on Tuesday night the 20th inst at the
Knights of Columbus Hall commenc
ing at Sp m Cards dancing and
many other social enjoyments will be
indulged in and refreshments serv
ed during the progress of the enter
tainments A nominal admission of
25 cents will be charged the proceeds
of which will be devoted to a chai li
able purpose
K AS
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p Tirrw dlg1nll1l Ftesh
Li Kid GIOv 025 Ull1lnftJ 0 c
There has been a crowd all day at Wrights Glove Department Tomorrow I
again the same values will be offered White black I and tan gloves 125 quality
at 6c a pair Ve allow each customer to have not more than one pair of each S
color Ve cannot take time to fit them owing to the rush we allow none to be
taken on approval neither do we accept telephone orders This is just one of
our methodsof increasing business in this depaitment
during a dull week Tomorrow again this same price WIRH GHTS
will prevail
cIIi S I I I r 1111 1JW
GREAT ENGINEER MAY
I HASTEN BREAKWATER I
CONSULTING ENGINEER ISAACS OF HARRIMAN SYSTEM WILL VIEW
THE CUTOFF AND CONFER WITH RESIDENT ENGINEER FITZ I
GERALD ON URGENCY OF BREAKWATERSIX WORK
S TRAINS ARE NOW BUSY ON ROAD ACROSS
S THE GREAT SALT LAKE I
The present high water in the Great
Salt Lake and tho heavy and contin
uous winds of the past fortyeight
hours have done considerable damage
to the grade and fillings on either side
of Bagloy station on the cutoff and
all trains from the west Sunday were
held up and delayed as a result of
the great holes made by tho huge
waves sweeping against and over the
track at that point
This morning however another
work train was added to tho five al
ready in service on the cutoff and
the track again has been placed in
fairly good condition clear across the
lake
laJreBAD
BAD MEN ARE
ORDERED TO
DEPARTI
NINETYDAY SENTENCE IS HELD I
AGAINST THEM I
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Tom Kelly With a Bad Attack of
Painters Colic Is Allowed to
Escape to Salt Lake
There were a small number of petty 1
cases brought up In police court today
the most important being that of va
grancy charged against C B Knutsen
I
and J F Alexander whose alleged
theft of a grip and their subsequent
capture by tho police have been relat
ed in these columns The police had
decided to change the charge against
the men as suggested last week and
they were permitted to change their
plea of not guilty to one of guilty This
being done the court suspended a
sentence of ninety days and instructed
them to leave the city at once
Tom Kelly was arraigned on the
charge of vagrancy He had some
difficulty in understanding that an at I
tack of painters colic which induced I
him to enter a womans barn and
scare the owner thereof half out of her
wits upon her discovery of his pres
ence constituted the crime of
vagrancy The court finally directed
that a plea of not guilty be entered
for the prisoner to allow him to tell
his story Officer Lever related how
he had arrested the fellow for sleep
ing In a certain barn In the southern
part of the city Kelly then told of his
attack of painters colic anri stated
that he went into the barn to recover
from the illness rather than to re
main an object of curiosity out doors
He said he had mpney due him in Salt
Lake whereupon the court advised
him to go there and get it and sus
pended a ninetyday senlce to guard
against his return to Ogden
Nick Kargas forfeited ball to the
amount r10 by not appearin In an
swer to a complaint of disturbing the
peace
Lucy Jones forfeited a similar
amount for being a vagrant
Mike Mathews was the name on a
complaint for drunkenness utno
Mike was to be found Every nook
and corner of the municipal cooler
was thoroughly searched but the pris
oner had gone no one know where
It was suggested that he had wander
ed out with the members of the chain
gang and might even then be engaged
In doing an honest days work at the I
City cemetery Until this could be as
certained the complaint was laid aside
I MARRIAGES I
Marriage licenses have been issued
to Robert C Sampson of Rlvordale and
Louise Strong of South Weber to
David C Cowling and Margaret M
Miller both residents of Salt Lake
lo Fred John White and Ruth Glass
residents of Salt Lake and to John
W Kirkland of Ogden and Alice Skin
ner of Salt Lake City The last cou
ple was married by Judge Howell
Houtz Defeats the Railroad A de
cision has boon handed down by the
supreme court In the case of John S
Houtz y s The Union Pacific Railroad
company giving the plaintiff judg
ment to the amount of 3170 for dam
ages to a trainload of sheen The ani
mals were shipped from Soda Spring
Idaho In the year 1903 and were des
tined for the Chicago market While
on route through Nebraska a washout
was encountered and instead of ship
ping the sheep hack to the nearest
point the rallioaj bold theui for scv
l 1
I
Superintendent Manson and Rcsi i
I dent Engineer Fitzgerald will Inspect
conditions there this afternoon on
their return from the west and all I
of the six work trains will be employ I
ed regularly In the future to strength
en track conditions at such points as
the waves are doing the most dam
age f
The increasing volume of water in
I
the lako at present makes it Impera
tively necessary that a substantial I
breakwater be constnicted without un I
necessary delay and the opinion ob
tains among railroad men that Con
sulting Engineer Isaacs will so recom I
mend as soon as ho has inspected
existing conditions
I
I
eral days at the scene of the accident
Various decisions were rendered
against the railroad company during
tho past six years but the latter
promplly appealed each case Tho
judgment for 3470 includes more
than a thousand dollars of interest
The railroad company claimed the de
lay was caused by an act of Provi I
dence and based their defense on that
ground
I DIED I
MRS W F CALKINS at Los Ange
les on April 18th Funeral Tues
day at Los Angeles
ATTENTION KODACKER8
I
Ladies and Gentlemen Girls and Boys
I Mall us on postal card before May
1st your name and address We have
something good to give you FREE
The Tripp Studio 340 25th Street
MAN LOSES MEMORY
AND POWER OF SPEECH
New York April 9ln Rudolf Aur
a bookkeeper who was found wander
ing aimlessly along the streets of
Brooklyn yesterday o surgeorfs of the
Norwegian hospital think they have I
one of the most complete cases on rec
ord of combined aphasia and agraphie I
He can remember absolutely nothing
of his previous life and after taking a
drink of water lost his power of
speech Now he cannot even write I
his impressions on paper It It be
lieved that brooding over separation
from his wife caused his breakdown
HEAVY DAMAGE DONE BY
RAINSTORM IN MICHIGAN I
Grand Rapids Mich April 19
Heavy damage was done last night by i
a terrific rainstorm which visited
western Michigan Hundreds of hlgh
was bridges were washed away Tho
I
Kalamazoo and Black rivers are far
out of their banks and rising
ACCIDENTS CAN BE
ALMOST EIHINATED
I
San Bernardina Cal April IS
That railway accldeuts can be almost
eliminated was the sentiment expressed
I
pressed by members of a party of San
ta Fe officials including President E I
F Ripley who spent the entire day
at the plant operated by P J Sim I
men at Pcrrls
Mr Ripley passed through this city
on his way to San Francisco to make
an inspection tour through California i
Oregon and Washington Together j
with Mr Vells the party went over I
the Simmen apparatus which the
Santa Fe has installed on its 13mile
branch line betwecn Ferris and High
Grove near this city Dy means of a j
third rail for a half mile on either I
side of the stations the dispatcher has I
entire control over the train and can
bring il to a stop at will if the en I
gineer does not do so on signal
I
BUSY WEEK IN THEATER
WORLD AT LONDON
London April ISTho past week
has been a busy ono among the
theaters T liree now jtlnys appeared f
probably the most successful of
which was the farco comedy Mr
I
Preedy And the Countess by R C
Carter yThls was produced at the I
Criterion Wcodon Grossmith playing I
a leading part
Lena Ashwell appeared at the I
Kings Way theater supported by Ortho
Stuart in a fouract piece entitled I
The Earth by a new author James I
Bernard R Fagan
The American actress Fay Davis C
and her husband Gerald Lawrence be
gan a sixweeks season at the Court
theater in Shakespearean productions
This evening The Devil made Its
4
first appearance In England The
version is a new one by Henry Hamll
ton and differs In many respects from
the American adaptation i A
Beerbohm Trees allstar perform
anccs of Tho School For Scandal J
are proving immensely successful S
Rose Stahl and The Chorus Lady
company are rehearsing for Mondajs
debut at the Vaudeville theater
LIEUTENANTS WILL BE
CALLED TO EXPLAIN
L
Philadelphia April ISlleul Com
mander S McKean of the ordnance de
partment at tho Philadelphia may
yard and Lieut E H Delaney In com
mand of tho United States ship Pan
ther left tonight for Washington
where it Is expected they will be called
upon to explain a meeting on tho Pan
ther when prominent officers of time
lIne drew up a resolution criticising thc
order of Secretary Nowborry which
upset naval traditions by displacing oll
lino officers everywhere from control
of ordnance construction repairs
equipment and steam engineering and
placing young staff officers In charge
The report that a sensational court
martial would result was not taken
seriously nt the navy yard here
Friends of the officers say that they
were acting within their rights
Rear Admiral Melville retired is
among those who hold that time officers
were not guilty ofr breach of discipline
lie also expressed his dissatisfaction
of formor Secretary Nowberrys mid
night order
The order was promulgated January
2 and approved by President Roosevelt
the same day It caused dissatisfac S
tion among the officers of tho line
which culminated ina meeting on
board the United States ship Panther
on March 23 which the following of
ficers attended Capt Albert G
Berry Commander B C Bryan Lieut
Commander S McKean Lieut Com
mander N C Twining Lieut Com
manjer R D Hasbrouck Lieut E P
Delaney Lieut G W Steele Jr En
sign II T Dwyer and Midshipman W
S Farber I
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TEST CASE OF LIABILITY f
PENDING IN FEDERAL COURT
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Washington April IS Applying 1
for such a construction of tho rail f
road employes liability act of April 22
1908 as shall give the fullest effect i
defined by congress Attorney General I
Wlckersham has obtained leave to fllo
o brief In support of the constitution f
ality of that act in a case brought I
under it by Grace Watson admlnis S
tratrlx of the estate of F M Watson
deceased against the St Louis Iron
Mountain Southern railroad The
case is pending in the federal circuit I
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court for the eastern district of Ar
kansas Watson a fireman on the
Iron Mountain road was killed In a
collision while on duty and the com
plaint alleges that the company and
Watsons locomotive were engaged III I
interstate commerce The railroad In
its demurrer contended that tho act
was unconstitutional because It made
a railroad liable to any employe en
gaged In Interstate commerce for the
negligence of employes engaged in lo
cal commerce as well as employes not
engaged In commerce at all
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ENTIRE PACIFIC FLEET TO
PROCEED T6 SEATTLE S
Marc Island Navy Yard Cal Apill
ISThe orders Issued recently by tIn
navy department for the cruisers West
Virginia Maryland South Dakota and
California to come o Mare Island early
in May have been revoked and tho
vessels will not arrive until June 1J
Word has been received from Wash
ington that the entire Pacific fleet will
proceed north on the completion of
target practice at Magdalena Bay to
participate in the opening cereinonicrf I S
of the AlaskaYukonPaclflc exposition
at Seattle
It is stated that tho work of install f C
Ing fire control s stems on the big 1 I
cruisers will occupy the navy yard
here for between 40 and GO days Other
necessary repairs will keep the cruls
ers here probably for four months it
The entire torpedo fleet beside the j
colliers and auxiliaries has also been f
assigned to Mare Island for repairs I
VANDERBILTS COLT WINS ff
Paris April ISAt the Long I
Camps races today W K Vandor g
bills Lillian ran unplaced In the Prig r
de La Grotto Mr Vanderbilts Ne It
cosole won the Prix de Gulche a >
threeyearold event for colts at KM
furlongs valued at 1100 T P f
Themes Floury II was fourth I t
W K Vandorbllts Rosalin finished t
second for the Prix Hocquart while
his Pre tlsslmi II won the Prix dc La i
Joucheic S L
HEAD OF ASPHALT CO DEAD
New York April ISAmzl Lorenzo
Barber head of time Barber Asphalt
Paving company died early today at j
Barber returiiei
Ardsloy Park Mr
from California where he had been
for Ills health only two weeks ago i
and shortly afterward was btrlcken r
with pneumonia S
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Wasatch
Printing Coo
A good printing shop
doing extra good
printing
Cor 23rd and Washington J
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