"The Bankers Daughter" by Home Dramatic Company w/ John H. McEwan

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"The Bankers Daughter" by Home Dramatic Company w/
John H. McEwan - WEBER COUNTY'S COURT. «ew Roads West, and One...
WEBER COUNTY'S COURT. «ew Roads West, and One Into Morgan Morgan County. Yesterday was regular term day for he county court, and that body met at 0 o'clock sharp. All members were jrtsentwhen Judge Bishop called to rder. The petition of J. P. Faulkman and )thers for a road on the county line eading westward toward the Great Salt jake was granted and a proposed road rdered surveyed and opened up. Selectman Swensen reported that the widge across the Wilson canal, hereto- 'are ordered built, has been completed. One hundred dollars was appropriated 10 be expended in improving the road eading from Huntsville southwest over ;he divide to the Morgan county line. Selectman Wangsgaard reported that .he Ogden canyon road is now in first .lass condition but that the road from ,he west end of the canyon towards Oglen Oglen city was in very poor condition. He also added that this part of the road ivas in the worst condition of any be- :ween Ogden and Huntville, thig, how- veJ, was Ogden city business. " A. \V. Tracy and "fifty-one others pe- t!«ned the court for the opening of a road leading southward from Wilson's lane to connect with the next county road leading east and west. Referred to Selectman Swensen. The tramway pay roll from May 6th (oJune 3rd, amounting to .$1,685.48, waa allowed. Considerable other unimportant miscellaneous miscellaneous business was transacted and the court adjourned to meet Tuesday, June 13th. exceptionally well. In the two characters characters of Montvillais and Count de azac Messrs. Myers and White figured. Mr. White's dialogue scarcely suited the character, otherwise it was well taken. Tommy Stanford, always a favorite, favorite, was well received in his character character of "Father-of-His-Country" Phipps; but his part of the dialogue should have been a little more rapid, somewhat after the Petty Green-" You-Permit-Me" style. Johnnie Herrick Herrick didn't have much to do as Routledee, so that his talents were called ints service very extensively. Messrs. Shorten, Purdy and McEwan successfully carried through the roles Lawrence Westbrook, M. Babbageand Old Mr. Brown, respectively. Altogether the "boys" and "girls" Ogden played "The Banker's Daughter" Daughter" splendidly for an amateur troupe. WORK ON THE NORTHWESTERN. The Line BOARD OF EDUCATION. ^n Ex^minlnjf Board Chosen at Last Klglit's Session. The board of education held a special meeting in the mayor's office last evening. evening. Judge Dee announced that Professor Page would accept the office of superintendent superintendent of public instruction at the recently reduced salary of $2,000 a year. The names of Professors Adams, Eaton, Eaton, Smith and Lewis were submitted by various members of the board to act aat as a board to conduct the teachers' examination. Smith and Eaton were subsequently chosen to act in this ca end Wyoming and Utah Bapldly Progressing. A letter received yesterday morning y THE STANDABD from President Charles A. Sherman, of the Wyoming nd Utah Railroad company, announces he welcome fact that the railroad f the company is progressing most avorably and the surveys will soon ompleted. The engineers are running he lines for the proposed line from jasper, Wyoming, to Ogden with :apidity and are covering the ground with almost unparalleled haste. Within a few weeks the officers of the will take a run over the line and Ogden. By that time the engineering corps will probably have finished the survey and active operations on thp juilding of the road will commence. The regular headquarters of the Miny have bpeu changed from Boone Alcova Hot Springs, Wyoming. Offices are also maintained at Lincoln, Xe- ijraska, and Boston, Massachusetts. · *»-· Police Court Hatters. Sandy Bell was arrested last nijht complaint of Clifford Browning by George Burton. Browning says Bell pacity. It was an examination of this term decided to at tlie and also few [days previous to the fall term. These two dotes are named so as to make it convenient for all who desire tc apply and be examined for teachers certificates. The board adjourned to meet on Friday evening next. The Banker's Daughter. The Home Dtamatip club playpd to i ROM audiente at the 'Grand last night "The Banker's Daughter" was the piece and the company acquitted them thelves very creditably indeed. Mrs Farley in the title role did splendid work, while Misses "Nannie" Emmett JonieWeat, Wealthy Douglass sndth little lot, Ad» Douglass, did their parts very nicely. Mr. H. H. Thomas toe tained the character of John Strebelo'- threatened to kill him and bunyived s revolver for that purpose. Bell has ready done time in the penitentiary assault with intent to commit murcier. Both men are colored. 8. M. Jacobs made the city jail headquarters last night and should done so Sunday night hut just before the jailor was ready to place him the ba'-s he walked out of the office. was re-arrested last night. Jacobs is charged with beating his wife. He SleO colored. ' ' ' J. 6. Younger, was given tea days an assault on 'negro Sam Riley. colored man was also sneslea but discharged yesterday alwrnoon. PoETl*!«D,Ore.. June 5.-Collector this »ltarnoon finisbW the exaniinatioh the 500 Chinese brought here (torn Victoria. B. C.-, by th(i steamer Danube. huncfrod »nd eighty-two were refused permission to land. ' EWSPAPERl

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  1. The Ogden Standard,
  2. 06 Jun 1893, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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