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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST n 1911 >
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RANDOM
REfERENCES
Continued from Paso Fivo
Hyou cat eat at Livingstons
Cafotorlfl
On n TripH B Hiliar former
president of tho Carmens union la
now enjoying a trip along the Pacific
coast Mr HilHard is an employe 01
tbo Southern Pacific shops
The Lost Suit Cat > eUr Suthor
Jan J of th c Lagoon took tho wrong
6iilt case Wednesday afternoon The
cago Is at tho Bamberger depot The
party holding the wrong case la kiiid
i y asked to call and exchange Bam
bergcr Line
Visiting Frlende Miss Iretta Fit
of 2123 Adams avenue loft this morn
I Ing for a weeks visit at the Stuart
enmmor home near Plain City
WANTEDMan and wife who
huve had experience In apartment
house work to do janitor work and
take charge apartment house Apply
by letter to Postoffico Box 812 City
BuwncBB Man IIIJ T Hurst oC
thE firm of Paine Hurst is suffering
from a sovoro cold and has been un
I ablo to bo at the store for tho past
two dnje
Bettor get that Anthracite Coal
F phones 149
I Shopmen BuayTho machinists
at the Southern Pacific shops are es
pecially busy at the present time with
general repair work Twelve engines
art being overhauled and all of tb > I
pits are full BecnuRe of the pres
sure of work It was necessary to put
four more machinists to work this
morning Tho amount of work seems
to bo constantly increasing in this de
partment of tho shops
Export Kodak Finishing Leave
your films today and get your prints
tomorrow Films and photo supplies
for salo Trlpp Now address 24C5
Washington Awe
Smoker Tonight There Is to be a
blowout tonight In Union Labor
hall of the blacksmiths hoilormak
ers machinists and carmen of the
Southern Pacific shops The workers
have planned to have a smoker ant1
general good time immediately after
the short business sessions have been
held There aro to bo refreshments
and cigars served The affair will
bG entirely Informal
Lewis Good Coal is best Phones
149
Sixth Ward Speaker J G McKay
will speak in the Sixth Ward chapel
at 730 p m Sunday his subject
being My Trip Through Palo tine
Special music
Dr Fornlund wishes to announce to
his friends and patrons that he has
removed his ofllce to 410 25th over
tho Utahna drug store
Delegates SelectedThe local Fra
tarnal Order of Eagles No US have
elected the following delegates to at
tend the UtahIdahoWyoming con
vention of Eagles In Salt Lake Aug
ust 12th Leon Browning Alonzo
Rogers George W Wcsslor E R
UNION DEPOT
S TIME CARD
EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910
Mountain Time
DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R
DUP RT
C Exvro1 > for tho JEaM 7CO am
10 To Salt Jalte 9f Pm
31 Salt Lake Paasonor124 pm
5 Atlantic Limited ooJH Ju5 pm
< Atlantic Moll east 610 pm
Grand Junction lixpretta 6U tn
ARRIVE
t Ogdon Paaecncer 1123tm
I Limited from cast 2lP Pai
6 Chicago Ex from eaflt 3gJ pm
j Ogden Express ZiA pm
11 Local from Sanpole 110 Pm
I Utah and Cal rpzcsa 230 am
UNION PACIFIC R R CO
Tr I I
Nof Kautbound I Depart
SOIlIall and Exproag I 8M am
lOKaBt Mall S3fi nm
SILot Angeles Limited dally12M pm
JlOverlanU Limited I 280 pm
JAtlantic Express I 0M pm
1 I
iNo Westbound I Arrive
I
tc Pasocnpcr r B35 am I
t 3 California Express CMS am
Fail Mail 1117 am
Overland Ltmllod 320 pm
7 Los Angelo Ltd dally 33 pm
t
OREGON SHORT LINE R R CO
No1 North of Oed en I Depart
1 Uutto and Portland 110 am
331 OgdenMalad Motor Car 825am
13 Idaho Express 910am
aiButte and Portland 3W Pm
Cache Valley PnsscnKor o26 pm
JS 5llowBtono Park Spccd 810 pm
No North of Ogdon 1 Arrlvo
IGfYellowstono Park Special 610 am
Butte ExpresB S1S a in
24 Portland Express 800 am
14 Utah ExorcM 90i pm
129ftlt Lake Passenger 102n am
4Salt Lake Sporlal 350 pm
l2MaladOEden Motor Car 6 > Pm
Noj South oC Ogden I Depart
THIwotono Park Special 630 am
JSftlt LaUo Express 71C am
VI Local for Salt Lake 840 nm
Portland Express 810am
J Cache Valley Exprees1031 am
24 Fast Mall 1150 nm
H Overland Limited 230 pm
4 Salt Lake Special 4M pm
S Loa Angeles Lhntd daily 360pm
56vorland Limited 331 pm
o Pacific Express 661 pm
s1 Salt Lake Local dolly 7JI pm
H Utah Expreaa 315 Pm
Nol South of Ogden I Arrive
IButte and Portland 1255am
21 Atlantic Express 8C6 am
is Idaho Express 0W am
Local dally 11 loam
Jic ° s Angeles Ltmitedl25 pm
21 Overland LimIted 200 pm
IButte and Portland 380 pm
33JLocal 4lOpm
1 Cache Valley Express 53 pm
3o Atlantic Express 615pm
I Local 705 pm
iprellowHtone Special dally 785 pm
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
No Westbound I Depart
aiPaclfle Expreas 830 am
FMt Mall 1167 am
IjOierland Limited 340 pm
CiPaclOc Lxproes 430 pm
f if 01 From West I Arrive
eiAtlantic Express I 6M am
1
lOu at Mall I 7 IO am
2 Overland Limited < I 210 pm
Atlantic Express I Bfc pm
Dally except Sunday
J4w I
ciger 3otmfl E HBloe80r Max David
son W D Blosapr ahrJM D Estei
They also tiavc chosen = A Ac Fclltz
to represent the localborder In the
I national convenUon of Eagles III St
Louis August 27tb
RXPERT MALE STENOGRAPHER
WANTED Good position for right
man State salary Apply X Y Z
Standard I
Buried In Ogden Mr and lrsC
F Helm arrived In Ogden this morn
ing with tho foody of their Infant
daughter Gertrude Ells Helm who
died at the home in Twin Falls lof
cholera Infantum Burial In Ogden
City cemetery
Try ItLewis Good Coal Phones
149 J
On Hunting TrlpDr CaJdcr of
the State Mental hospital and Poar
master lames Clove of Provo passed
through Ogden this morning on their
Tay to Wyoming whore they will
spend a short vacation shooting
chickens
Bankrupt talc of Mrs Blairs stock
of millinery at Stafford Millinery Co
23C7 Washington avenue formerly
3rd lloor Wrights
Monthc Outing Former Firo Chief
T J Paine left Ogden this morning
for a months outing at St Anthon
Idaho and in the Yellowsloue Park
Mr Paine says ho is going to spend
ruost of his vacation fishing
It Is worth while to call IS and get
our ratoH on storage coal Shurtllff
Co phones IS
Suit for 35Dr J W Pidcock has
commenced suit in the civil division
of the municipal court ngainst W 11
Monroe to recover 35 alleged to b °
due for professional services
Going to YellowstoneThe Misses
Dora and Maud Paine daughters o
Desk Sergeant Robert Paine of the
police statiou are going to St An
thony this evening where they will
spend a few weeks visiting with rela
tives and friends The will visit tho
iellowstono Park beforo their return
home
t
Case Dinmiaoed In the case of the
city against Francis fleecier In the
municipal court this morning Attor
ney DeVine asked that it be dlsmla
flfd The attorney stated that the I
case was brought to the attention of
tho court through a family row and
that it had been Fettled out of court
I The case was dismissed and the de
fendant ordered discharged
Catherine Frost has purchased the
RichardsonGrant terrace at 2325 Ad
orns avenue lor 5100
Conjoint Meeting A conjoint ses
sion of the Mutual Improvement as
sociations of tho Third Ward will he
held tomorrow night at 7 p m George
Shorten Jr will be the speaker of
the evening and a special musical
program has been arranged
CAT iOLICS CALL
OfF Elfi EVENT
Madrid Aug GThe decision of
the Catholic committee to abandon
he demonstration which was to have I
been made on Sunday at San Sebas
tian was reached at the end of a ses
sion The members of tho committee
have been threatened with arrest and
prosecution for Issuing an insulting
and rebellious manifesto against the
government
Premier Canelnjas today said
The Catholics who signed tho man
festa do not comprehend the mean
Ins of modern liberty
Rome Aug GThe Carlist party
in Spain and also adherents of the
pretender who have emigrated o
been expelled from Spain are urging
the Vatican to take a definite stand
upon the suggested rising of the Car
lists during the present crisis Ap
peals have been made to the Vatican
to declare whether in case the Car
tels organize a movement to restore
hz traditional political and religious
institutions in their country they
would have the support of tho holy
see and the Roman Catholc clergy
Thus far the Vatican has avoided giv
ing an answer recalling the pollcv of
the late Pope Leo and Cardinal Rom
polla who supported the present
Spanish monarchy when the danger
that It would be overthrown by a Car
list movement was greater than It Is
now
KING AlfONSO
SCAPES INLRX
Cow Isle of Wight Aug GSh
Thomas LIptons yacht Shamrock on
which was King Alfono of Spain a
guest of the owner lost Its topmast
today while a stiff breezo was Wowing
and a heavy rain falling No one was
Injured
Illluck for the second time follows
Sir Thomas LItton in entertaining
royal guests on11i8 racing yachts
King Edward having been a guest on
Shamrock II when the challenger for
the Americas cup was dismasted and
wrecked by a sudden squall on the
Solent May 22 1001
King Edward had a marvelous es
cape from Injury when the topmast
and then tho heavy steel mast gave
way the wreckage coming down all
over the deck A heavy block fell be
tween Lady Dondonderry and Mrs W
0 Jamieson and a wlro rope struck
the owner on the head momentarily
stunning him King Edward who
lad started to go below was half in
and half out of tho companionway
and when the owner and the crew of
tho yacht recovered from their con
sternation his majesty was soon clam
bering over tho wreckage trying to
ascertain whether any one was in
ured
MYSTERY TO A
CflICA60 CRIME
Chicago Aug 6No tangible clew
had been discovered today by the
police tending to identify the man
who last night met Dr W F Michelle
a dentist and shot him down a short
distance from his homo Nelghboia
have told conflicting tories of aoolng
ono man talking to tho doctor Just be
fore tho shooting and of Roelng two
mon running away afterward
A well dressed woman all agree
had visited the dentlst5 olllco a few
minutes befQro Her Identify is be
Ing ioughL A gold watch and flSO
wore found on the fcody
nEAD THIS CLASS ADS TODAJT
SAt lAKE
CONVENTION
Governor Spry Opposes
too Much Govern
ment Control
Governor Norris of Montana
Gov
ernor Brooks of Wyoming and Gov
ernor Spry of Utah have written to
I Governor E Hay endorsing his
plan for holding a conference the
fall In Salt Lako
City to discuss con
servation and to c consider means tu
keep the control of
tho water > over
and other natural resources In the
hands of the state governments In
Mend of allowing
the national gov
eminent to assume charge
Governor Glllett of CalifornIa has
written a noncommittal Jetter in re
ply to Governor fays suggestion
Governor Brooks suggested that the
conference be held In Denver and
hat the executives of all the states
west of tho Mississippi river bo lii
vlled to attend This suggestion is
being considered
4 gVR a
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First Church of Christ Scientist
Holds servlc at 11 a in in the new
Masonic Temple Washington avenue
between Twentyfifth and Twenty
Rixth streets Subject Spirit Sun
uay school at 045 a m Wednesday
evening testimonial meetings are held
at S p m The public is cordially in
vitod to attend these services Free
reading rooms lire open dally except
Sundays and holidays from 2 to 3
p m First National Dank Bide
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Elim
ChurchCorner Twentythird street
rixl Jefferson avenue Rev J a Bar
ilngton pastor Sunday school al I
10 a m Swedish service for the
oeventh Simrjay after Trinity at 11
a in Luther League al ip m Tho
Lmlles Aid society will give an Ice
cream social at the church parlors
Thursday evening at S oclock Ev
erybody welcome
First Methodist Episcopal Church
452 24th street Rev G W McCrco
ry pastor 945 a in Sunday school
Mr H A Seip assistant superinten
dent In charge 1100 a m morn
Ing worship Sermon by pastor Not
Slaves But Friends Thorc will be
a reception of members baptism and
holy communion 700 p m Epworth
League Mr Hawley leader Topic
Gods Unfailing Love 800 p
gospel service sermon by the pastor
topic The Christian and His Amuse
ments Special music as announced
elsewhere Communion ecrvfce Dur
ing the pastorato the plan has been
followed of having a monthly com
munion service They have been very
helpful services and have been valu
able In the development of the spirit
ual life of the clrlirch It will be
veo fitting at the closing of the pas
torate to have a largely attended ser
vice All members and probationers
arc expected and all Christian people
cordially Invited to attend
First Presbyterian ChurchJohn
Edward Carver pastor Morning wor
ship at eleven Sunday school at 10
Evening worship at S
Church of the Good Shepherd Epis
copal Northeast corner of Twenty
fourth and Grant avenue Wm W
Fleetwood rector Services for the
eleventh Sunday after Trinity Holy
communion 730 a m childrens ser
vice and address 10 a lii holy com
munion and sermon 11 a m No
evening service
Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints On the
corner of Fifteenth street and Wash
ington avenue Sunday school at 10
a m preaching at 11 a m and S
1 in by J D Stead The public Is
cordially Invited to attend these ser
vices
LITTLE BOY CAN
IDENTIFY TSB JAP
Cazadero Cal Aug 6Artl11lr Col
ling aged 10 year is the chief de
pendence of Sheriff Smith of this
ccunty In an effort to find Yamaguchi
the Japanese ranch hand charged by
the district attorney with the murder
of three members of the Kendall fam
ily on tho StarbucK ranch near here
Tho hoy knew the Japanese as un era
plovo of a local candy store and de
scribes his appearance and manner
isms with such certainty that the
sheriff feels confident that Arthur
would recognize the man on sight
Sheriff Smith will start today on a
statewide search of the Japanese set
tlements and the fcoy will go with
him as a duly qualified deputy sheriff
Now developments In the Investiga
tion of the triple murder mystery aro
expcctrd today While the coroners
Jury was convened In Its discussion
Attorney Lea asked that tho Jurors
ibe discharged stating that new evi
dence had boon brought to light and
hastened to tho camp of a crew of
Japanese tanhark workers a few
miles away taking Sheriff Smith with
himTho
Tho investigation of tho bodies was
renewed today but nothing bearing
on the murderers wag discovered
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MISS LENEVE NOW
OFFERED 1000 A WEEK
Quebec Auc GThe Bolle Elmore
murder case reached the Inevitable
commercial stage today when Miss
Leneve received a telegram from a
New York theatrical manager on r
infi her 1000 a week for an Indefinite I
engagement In vaudeville to begin
immediately on her release from
prison In tho ont that she Is set
free Pr Crippon and Miss Loneve
each received sovorol telegrams to
day J
BODVOF WOMAN FOUND
Chicago Aug IjTh police report
that the mutilated hodv of a woman
wa found tlrla Jn un RpRrtineut of
DARING JUIEfIS
CAUGHT ON WAll
During the past ten days the offi
cers have been looking for tho man
who burglarized the home of George
Hart at 2532 Lincoln avenue the
vigilance being rewarded lust night
by the arrest of a man giving his
namo as Harry Myers
Tho place was looted of Jowelry
and clothing valued at about 50
among other things that were taken
being a coat and vest belonging lo
George B Hart who gave tho officers
an accurate description of the same
It was rather expected that the fellow
would wear tho coat and the officers
have been on tho lookout for this par
ticular gament on the back of a sus
picious character
Last night as Detective Chambers
moved along Wall avenue between
Twentyfourth and Twentyfifth
streets ho noticed Myers with a coat
on that answered the description of
the Hart garment so tho fellow was I
arrested and taken to tho station Mr
Hart Identifies the coat worn by My
era as his and the officers say the
man ha acknowledged the burglary
The fellow says be disposed of the
jewelry at pawn shops In the city and
will show the officers the particular
places today Myers Is lookod upon
as ono of a professional gang of houso
burglars
ElUS BAR ON
DESTROYED
The barn of John Ellis on Wall av
ernie caught fire last evening and In
spite of the splendid efforts of the
fire department It was In part de
stroyed the loss being estimated at
about 300
The department made a quick re
sponse to the call but the fire had
gained such headway that it was quite
impossible to control it before con
siderable damage had been done
The burning barn was near the
ShupoWilllams candy factory and the
flrollghtcrs under the direction of
Chief Canfiold worked like Trojans to
cave It from damage
lARGEST TROUT
CAUGHf RIVER
The largest IroiU that has over
been caught in the Ogden river is
believed to have been landed when
C A Bass last Wednesday throw
one on tho bank measuring twenty
two inches
Mr Bass made the phenomenal
cntch on Peter Rollos place nen
thc mouth of South Fork The fish
when dressed for the table weighed
six pounds and Hliroe ounces Tho
trout put up a gajne fight before the
fisherman succeedcd In landing it
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
1
Mary Lewis Ring to Anna M Lewis
for 0110 dollar part of lot 1 block 29
Plat C of Ogden City survey
Belle James formerly Bollc Brown
to Samuel Banfprd for 50part of
the southeast quarter of section 17
in township G north of range 1 west
of Salt Lake Meridian
William J Stephens Jr and wife
to James L Combo for 100 lots 14
15 1C 17 4S Jnshjpck 31 of Lake
view addition to O den
WIGS SWITCHES AND RATS
AND AN IMPENDING STRIKE
New York AUPT 6A shortage In
wigs puffs and switches is impending
In New York The Human Hair Work
ers union which has already had one
or two strikes against individual
firms Is now getting ready to make a
I general demand for the closed shop
I
Two meetings of its members held
hero this week voted for a general
strike
According to tho loaders of tho
union the busy season is at hand and
a strike at this time would seriously
handicap the dealers as well as the
feminine ultimate consumers who
rely upon the product of the union
workers to add to their beauty
Figure prepared by the union lead
ers show that 37500 wigs 345600
switches and 1600000 rats are sold
annually to New York women
PREMIER OF CANADA
IN A RAILROAD WRECK
WInnipeg Mann Aug 6A train
carrying Sir Wilfrid aurlor premier
of Canada struck headon in a col
lision with a freight train yesterday
Sir Wilfrid was slightly Injured A
fireman was killed The accident
happened near Pensc west of Regina
Saskatchewan
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IEAD THE JbASS ADS TODAY
COlERA IS
SPRtAD
Miners Are Leaving
Their Work to Es
cape Plague
St Petersburg Aug GRussia
scourge the cholera continues ot
spread with alarming rapidity partlc
ninny In the southern mining < lIt
rich and In St Petersburg where
the conditions are fast approaching
ibc proportions of tho great epidemic
of 1908
Figures furnished today by the cen
mimI sanitary bureau show that in the
week from July 24 to July iO there
were 15241 cases of cholera and G
iH deaths
Of these 7SO cases 2333 deaths
l were reported from tho province of
Yekertlnonliiv and the territory of ths
Don Cossacks In South Russia
A report from the United Mine
r Workers association covering forty
eight mines and four foundarles gives
2970 cases and 1250 deaths Tho I
vxlent of the panic among the min
ors is shown by figures furnished II
from eighteen mines from which 18
000 of the 46000 employes have fled
In answer to tho appeal of tho as
sociation for special measures to
check the epidemic and stem the pan
ic which threatens to stop the pro
duction of coal and iron In south
Russia the government today decided
to sond to the mining region a spec
ial commission to study the situation
and empowered to organize sanitary
preventive work The provincial as
sembly today assigned 200000 for
the cause The desertion of work
by tho laborers extends also to tho
railroad employes Crops throughout
ore at a standstill
The epidemic continues to make
enormous progress in the capital
hero the dally average of cases
Jumped last week to thirty Yester
day 182 cases or suspected cases
were taken to the hospitals and there
were throe deaths The hospitals
pow contain 362 persons
The outbreak of bubonic plague at
Odessa is not spreading
It is not worthy fact that the caso
of the plague were first reported
from a body In the same house in
which the epidemic started in 1902
Odessa has been afflicted with a
sronrge of rats since May and the
Ineffective measures taken to kill
off rats by the authorities arc blamed
for the outbreak
PLAIN CITY NEWS
The Plain City cannery is being
overhauled and put in shape for this
seasons run Last year the cannery
was partly dismantled and Its
ma
chinery used in other factories All
the old machinery is being reassem
bled and again set up at the original
plant
Much of the material for the can
ning campaign is arriving at the
plant the material including a car of
coal and also a car of box timber
Several cars of cans have been or
dered and are expected to arrive next
week rime canning will begin within
the next ten days i
About seventylive acres of toma
toes are being grown for lie use of
the factory and the crop Is In a prom
ising condition The tomatoes are ex
I pected to ripen about two weeks ear
Her this year than usual While In
normal seasons few tomatoes are
canned In August this year will see
many canneries In full blast a week
before its end
WEALTHY MAN MAY HAVE
BEEN KILLED BY ROBBERS
Cleveland Aug GCounty officials
and the police of Euclid Heights vil
lage today are working on the theory
that William L Rice the wealthy at
torney who was found dead in tho
street near his home last night with
two bullet wounds over his right eye
was the victim of robbers who were
frightened away before they had a
chance to rifle the clothes of their
victim
Marshal Brockway of Euclid
Heights ascertained that two foreign
ers were aeon within half a block of
the scene of tho murder directly after
the shots that caused Rices death
were fired The supposition Is that
tho robbers were frightened away by
the approach of an auto which con I
tained Doctors W H Phillips and T
George and their wives The automo
bile picked up Rice and conveyed him
to a hospital but he died on the way
Rice was not known to have any en
emies
CHAMPION CORNEATER
IS NEW YORK POLICEMAN
Now York Aug 6A New York
policeman claims to hold the eastern
championship as a corneater He
was last night awarded the prize In
the final of the seasons corneating
contest for devouring sixtyone ears
except tho cobsIn three hours and
five minutes The contest was a part
of tho festivities In a political picnic
given by ft Tammany saloon keeper
There were many contestants for tho
prize and over SOOO cars were dis
posed of In the qoureo of the evening
Tho winning policeman was William
Ornstoln five fret ton and onehalf
Inches high of genial girth and coun
tenance
He says that BO far as he knows
his accomplishment has only been
surpassed only once and then by a
Kansas farmer who disposed of sixty
eight cars in two hours and fifty min
ufs Ornstein announces that ho will
challenge thC Kansas man for the
worlds record and 500 a side next
month
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GIRli SAW p I
t tf MURDER COMMITTED
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Chlcafjo Auffc Ah eye wituess
t6thi > mtirderfpf Dr W F = Mlchaclls
laStifRht appeared today In tho per
SQOr ElbrtbeUilBrcden a 17ycnrold
clrl She said tpo dentist seemed to
o his assailant
MJs Breden told how looklhpr from I
her bedroom window she JlwDr
Michholls with whose appearance ebo
WBP familiar talking with a man
Tbp man was polntinsairevolver
at tho doctors face Then tho man
shot Tho doctor foil but arose and
filajrrercd across the street said tho
girl
TMAcmNISTS AND
CARMENT PLAY
The Southern Pacific machinists re
rcntly sent a challenge to tho carmen
lo play them a game ot bull for 25 a
side At the time the challenge was
not accepted by tho carmen but it
looks now as If tho match would take
place
Captain M C Blakeloy of the car
mon team stated this morning that
personally ho Is very much In favor
of taking up the wager of the ma
chinists but that seam of the mom
hers oC bin team feel that the ma
chinists have not dealt altogether I
fairly In the matter of athletic con II
tests and have refused to play them
for this reason The athletic rivalry
between tho machinists and carmen
anc
K 1 in all quite friendly but since 1
the Lagoon outing of a week ago there
have been some flyspecks of Illfeeling
attached to It The carmen feel that
tho machinists attempted t appro
priate unto themselves too many of
tho honors of the big picnic
BlakeVey states the carmen carried
off live of the prizes of the Lagoon
athletic contests Two of these wcro
for broad jumps The old mens race
in which all the contestants were over
fifty years old 3 won by A W
Choverall foreman of the paint de
partment of tho car shops In tho
young mens race Harry Ponders of
the carmen came In ahead
The machinists are pretty smooth
articles paid Blakoley They won
the of ball at the outing
game bnl theoulnE by put
ting a ringer in the box a follow that
Isnt a shop employe I we play them
they will have to use their own mon
and If they do that I dont think wo
will have any trouble In getting their
scalp If I can get the boys to agree
to a game I am going after the ma
chinists and their 25 Im going to
call their bluff
ENGNE DROPS
THROUGU BRIDGE
A threshing outfit dropped a trac
tion engine through a bridge on the
rood to Hot Springs north of Plain
City and It was the work of more
than twentyfour hours to replace the
machine upon the road Tho work of
repairing the demolished bridge has
been started
The outfit belonged to Dan Wade of
Pleasant View Aside from the dam
age done to the bridge and some Blight
breaks to tho engine the accident
was not of serious consequence as
none of the men on the engine was
injured and the thresher and a water
tank did not follow the engine into
ongne
the creek
MOST POWERFUL
I CRUISER AFLOAT
London Aug GThe armored
cruiser Lyon the largest fastest and
most powerful cruiser In tho world
was launched at tho dock yards at
Devonport this afternoon The keel of
the giant cruiser was laid November
2Pth last
Though the usual secrecy In re
gard to the design was at first main
tained It is now known that the
cruiser upon Its 700 fit of deck will
carry oight cuns of K 12 inch cali
bro throwing projectiles of 1250
pounds The cruiser will have a dis
placement of 26350 tons and will be
driven by turbine engines of 70000
horsopower giving her an expected
speed of 2S knots
Her superiority over her predeces
sor in tho cruising battleship class is
shown by the comparison of hor 70
000 horsepower with the earlier max
imum of 15000
GEORGIA FEUD
I Macon Ca Aug GTho two com
panies of militia which were sent to
Grays station last night following
reports of rioting in connection with
the killing of E S and Morris Rtb
lidgo In the outbreak of the Eth
ridgeMorton feud returned to Macon
today Will Morton who was en
gaged in a fist fight with Clayton
I Kltchlns a cousin of the dead mOl
when the shooting occurred was re
leased from custody today Luther
Sam and Tom Morton tho other
brothers refuse to discuss tho affair
other than to claim they shot in self
uefcuse
LLFATED SUBMARINE
HAS AN EXPLOSION
I Portsmouth England Aug GTo
officers and five men were dangerous
ly Injured today by an explosion of
petrol on the navy submarine A 1
So great was the force of the explo
sion that the coxswain was blown
Completely out of the conning totvor
5id fell Into the sea The A 1 seems
illfatod being the same boat whlcji
was sunk In collision off Portsmouth
in 1904 oarly In its career all aboard I
lIng drowned
HOUSTON TEXAS HAS
78800 POPULATION
Washington Aug 6 Houston
Tc has I population of 78800 ac
cording to figures Tcnuraorated for
Ibo thirteenth census made public to
day by Director Durand of tho census
bureau This is an Increase of 34
1G7 or 766 per cent over the popula
tion In JOOO which was 44633
FLIGHT OF LATHAM
pnrisAup GHubert Latham mado
a gh today from tho Chalons Stir
Name to Paris 87 miles Ho made
two stops en route Ho passed over
the city at an altitude of 1850 foot
Lathed circling twice around the
Elfcl tcvvor before landing
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O POLICEMAN SHOOTS MANIAC Q
o 0
0 SHELBY 0 Aus hIlartoy 0
0 May a hpstlor as hot and kill 0
O cd by a pollcoman thin afternoon t
C after he had run amuck through 0
f LA streets shooting n farmer and a
C two llol enlen May fled a nhort 0 I
O time later and was run down 0 r
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The Examiner
FOR LEASE
OS SALE r
I
Scaled bids will be received by
the undersigned until 6 p m Aug
ust 10th intO for the lease or
sole of the Morning Examiner
No conditions except new man
agement must gIn a bOld of
other security to pay for alt ad
vance payuvMits for subscription
and advertisements at
nrvcrtsmlots expiration I
of lease For Information sea the I
I undersigned
THE EXAMINER PUB CO
D T TRACY Secretary 3JO
21 th Street
TWO MORE CASES j
Of SMAllPOX
M J Healy of 111 TTventyEOvonlh
I
street returned from Lucln Thurs
day night feeling 111 and yesterday ho
and one of his younger daughters
wore quarantined for smallpox toy the
health officers
I will be remembered that only a I
few days Mlsr I
ao Isr Belle Healy
daughter of Mr Healy was released
from quarantine undor which she had
been kept at home three weeks and
she was to return to Evanston Wy
oming to resume her position n ste
nographer for tho railroad company
Mr Healy bad been away from home
during the time of the quarantine and I
it was thought that ho would escape
tho disease It appears that he con t
tracted the disease at the time of the
exposure when his daughter came I
home from Bvanslon One of the
te i
younger girls has also taken the dis i
ease says Sanitary Inspector Poulter I
and tho homo Is again under quai >
antlnc I
tne II
MRS PEARSON
ASKS SEPARATIN
After a married life of twentyfive
ears with its cares and Joys its
years it cres an is tur
moils and humdrums William H 1
Pearson of this city abandoned his I
wife and for tho past year has failed
to supply her with the common neces
sities of life
This Is the plea of Mrs Katherln
Pearson who today filed papers in the
District court asking for legal sep
aration from tho man she married in
L Cross Wis July 31 1SS4
The wife charges that Pearson wilfully
fully deserted her a little more than
one year ago and has since refused
to live with her or to lend her any
financial assistance Sho asks be
sides the divorce that the husband be
made to pay the court costs
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE OR TRADE
FRESH mUch cow and sow and pigs
1015 Grant S6lk
LEGAL
SUMMONS
c In tho District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Utah
in and Tor the County of Weber
Harry Andrews plaintiff vs nnlc
Andrews defendant
The State of Utah to the Said De
fendant
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after the ser
i s of this Summons upon you if
served within the county In which this
action is brought otherwise within
thirty days after service and defend
the above entitled action and In
case of your failure so to do Judg
ment will bo rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint which has been flied with the
Clerk of said Court
This action Is brought to obtain a
decree of divorce dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now and hereto
fore existing between you and the
plaintiff and for general relief
r J HARRIS
Plaintiffs Attorney
P 0 Address tOO First Xatl Bank
Utah
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