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H jg THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 31, 1012.
II OGDEN DEPARTMENT
OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AV22NUE. PHONE 664.
I Ofllco Hours s- m. to 10: so a. m,; 3 p. n. to 8 p. a.
I OGDEN ELKS 0PE1
Dedication of New Clubhouse
Participated in by Hundreds
From Over Stale.
I SALT LAIE GENEROUS
Junction City Lays Claim to
Best Located and Most Art
!. istic Quarters in Utah.
bpc-JaJ to The Tribune.
OGDEiN". Nov. 20. Mora than GfU mcm
lors of Iho neiimoIeuL Protective Onlor
of Ztttv, representing cvnry lodsjc in Utah
and several in adjoining iilatca, partici
pated In a spcccaoulnr parade through
i lio bulne3S district tonight and later
witnessed, tho Jmprcsalv"! ccremuiiles
which marked tho dedication or thft build
ins which hereafter ivlll he thj homo of
Ozdcn ludsc No. 719. Three hundred of
fioho present were visiting iimmhcra of
tho order, Salt .Lake lodgy Xo. S5 Icad
inp In this roxpect with a delegation of
"00 accompanied hj-JIcld's band.
"With Grand Trustee C. 1.. .pplc?nto
of Halt Lake rcprcflcnUnsr Grand li.vult
rl Ruler F. '.. Mills or Superior. Win..
who wjh unable to he present, thu dedi
cator ceroinonlca wero In cluiryo of the
111 nest lodqu ofticlals of the Htale. Tho
fXerciicH. for Klka only, wero prr-senled
Ju accordance with tho ritual of tho or
der. Tho dedicatory oration wast deliv
ered by tho Knv. V. Klcotwood. pas
tor of tho Church of the Good Shepherd.
Hospitality Is Fervent
An enthusiastic welcome was planned
Um t nd KUt-:c3HfuIly carried out by tho Gx
den JSIks For a pcrind of two hours this
oiling the streets WfVo turned over to
"Tho 13ett. People on Earth," while hun
UM drcds of fusees produced a rcdilrc kIow
and Grant avunuo for lialf a block on
citth aide of tho new clubhouse waa
mM a'lazo with Incandescent llfrhts. Dele
Um CTUlons of visitors from Idaho 1V1Ik,
mM Jd.. VAho, Nov., and JSvauston. Wyij.,
mM arrived in the city early today, but the
mM main section of tho visltincr contingent
mm arrived on a special train from Salt Lake
j at 7 o clock this vcnlnr. On the special
mM -were- members of tho Salt Imkc, Park
l tv. Eureka and Provo lodfrcn'. .
Mm Two hundred members of the local
UM 1-djje composed the rect-pllon eommit
mm teo which erected the visitors upon their
Mm arrival. Nearly all of thu OpJcn l-'lks
MM mot frock coats and silk hats. After
j r cortinc tho visitors to the clubhouse
mM tu Grant avenue the line was formed for
mM too parade. II was headed by the Osdcn
mM City band, followed by tho members of
mm the prand lodge and didii:atory commit
MM lee; mcmbera of the OKdou lodge. Hold's
mM h'tirt. members of Suit Lake lodge No.
mM co. with visiting members of other lodges
mM co lplctiru,- (he lino.
I'pon leaving Grant avenue rvev F.Ik
wu supplied with a fusee, which pro
J l iitJ a winding: ribbon of red Hre when
ii e line proceeded wct on Twentv-rlfth
Hreet to Washliigton avenue, ihun'north
m Twmtv-third ntret-t and hark to
MM . wnty-llflh. The inarchers paraded as
mm fax a" tho union passenger station befcre
jTiiii-uing to the fclks club. " Several
MM 1 1 oii'Hiul people wllueHscd tho parade.
Mthoogh iirepant lions Iih1 been made
for Ri-enil hundred viltor., tho throns
(axHi tho rapacity of Mm new lodge
J'niii which lia.i a seating capaclLv of
i. Afto- a brief inspection of the bulld
lug. 5ie mepilng was called to order for
'jr d.-d Ication. Special ninclo was fur
nijihed throughout the ceremony under
t ie direction of Samuel Whltakcr, tal)-e-nacle
oi-ganUt Tliosc taking- active
IMrt in tho ccreniony were:
Grand Tniatcc C."l.. Applcgato of
Grand Esteemed Leading ICnlght j
V Collins, past exalted ruler of
'l't I ak( lodire N'o. jr..
Grand lteemcd Lecturing Knight
H. Mrilbeu. puai. exalted ruler of
Provn lodge .N. .SI?.
Grand JSstecinol Loj-al Fvnight A.
G Honi. p;mt e.allctl ruler of Og
rn lodge No. 719.
''.T1" cretary George Glen, past
to uted r,uler of Ogdon lofige.
Grand Treasurer TIioiiihs Homer.
I .i oaItcd ruler of Salt J.akc
Grand Chaplain William Wallln,
past exulted ruler 0f Poc:iteIlo lodge.
Grand Ksqulro .1. K. Drlsqyll, past
exalted ruler or Kureka lodge
Grand Inside Guard C. W. Tlod"
"n. pait exaltcxi ruler of Park Cltv
li!:"V1 T.,,cr. A- T- Postmark, past
exalted ruler of Ogden lodge.
'"'loving the dedication o.erclsc tho
v.ffloi.j wero oiitert8liijl with a "stag
ronal No b-peclal progi-amnio was rt
riire for ihia nortlon of the evening's
enteriainment, but selections by a miile
avhtio nud Impromptu vatidevjllc
lu t: (unnshetl an excellciit bill.
Vrmbcr" of the Orrdcn lodge will not
conredo that .-nv other organization has
frV,? crit'ri",OI'.clca,fu,,J' aPPolntixl club
VSiii q1,,J?c? lhc' diESC" (f Architect
?.fcVnS,- "O'1"",0"! ?7o.OOO has i,et.n cx-
.u'riing. which was formerly Uie old
8t 1001 '""I'Ung. Willi- the old
building Jh wcarcely recognizable In Its
iten yurb. the main t-ojiatrurtlon of thf,
former j -iiool conformed admirably to the
nerds of tho architect. There was one
!'''lrr "' 'inuring the Ccntml school
bV,lld m" "lvl'u',J probably stands out above
all jtlHT deslr.s and that Is llir mca
tion. Geeupyiiur a spaelons lot almost in
tVr rcrtcr of the business district and
fadng fie principal park of the city, the
JAIHE S. RICHARDS
Church Dignitaries Preside at
Funeral of Notable and
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGD15N, Nov. 20. A .fitting ri but c to
the -memory of a "woman who has devoted
her entire lli'o to the duties of the church
and lo tho development of worthy plans
which arc associated with thu work of
tho church, wrm the devotion which
marked tho. funeral services for Mrs.
lane Snyder Uirhards at Iho Ogden tab
ernacle ihls afternoon. President Joseph
1'. Smith and other high officials of the
Mormon church, together with hundreds
of relatives and friend, the latter from
many cities and tov.m other than Og
don. were present. Tho tabernacle au
ditorium was entirely tilled when (he
casket arrived from tho homo of the
daughter. Mis. Joseph West.
In addition to President Smith, thosu
who spoke wero President Charles W.
Penrose, Apostle ). Q. McKay, Ul.sliop
Kobert Mc'A'iiarrio, Mrs. limmcllne n.
Wells. (It., latter representing; the Jt.-lfef
fjocloty of tho sjtatc: President Francis
M. Lyman and .Mrs. IJuthliidu Moench or
The mtrsieu) numbers, under Iho di
rection or Professor Joseph Uallanlvne
of the tabernacle choir, were selections
which had been most admired bv .Mrs.
Richards during her life. A double quar
tet to, the members of which were Myrtle
lllglcy, J. Illlaii Scott, .k-d l.?allanlvne.
George Douglas. Waller .Stephens, Hpl
"jr Anderson and Mary Jacobs. Fang
' ,"- oni My Pastures Shalt Prepare."
When J'irst the. Glorious Light of
w . h"" l' lt,,1a Stevens.
Muud Dee Porter Mjinjf "O, Mv I-'aihr."
ami "I'"aeo to lt.-i!" was a solo bv Lil
lian Seott. George Uonglas. J. I'ewev
Ttlclmrds and Horace JCnsign. tho latter
of Salt Lake, contributed lo tho musical
The Interment, was in the Ogden Cilv
cemetery m a ginvo dedicated by Presi
dent Thomas J:. Me I Cay.
Desertion Is Charged;
Special to The Tribune.
OGDKN. Nov. 20. In the district court
today a complaint, was filed lu which
Iw.ink Parker brought suit for divorce
from Mary Keeldy Parker. The Parties
wore married In Savannah. Mo.. Decem
ber 1 1, j sou, ami it Is alleged In thu com
plaint that the wife deserted her hus
band at St. Joseph. Mo.. .March 12, mil.
Special ly .The Tribune.
,PL)IN" Sov- 20 funeral services for
w. S. Council will be held at tho Elgin h
ward chapel at ?,:?.) o'clock- Thursdav ar.
ternoon. instead of at the Jerkin ch'apcl,
as previously announced. Bishop Jams
raylor will be in charge of the services,
interment will be In the Ogden City ccine
Ogden Elks feel that no better location j
could have been secured. '
The members or the local lodge arc In
debted to the Sail Lake Judge for one. of
hc best furnished rooms of the ,cn li re
building. This la the mczzarhie. having
a large colonial ilrcplaco and furnished
elegantly in full-leather upholstery.
Lodgeroom Is Gem.
If special attention has neon given lo
any portion of the new club housrx it was
?-.v,.V! l'J ll,c oonimpdlous lodge room,
visit ins members of tho order from hun
dreds of lodges have declared it to "be.
beyond improvement In uppolntmcnta and
general artistic cfiTecl. Llko tho other
rooms of tho building. It is flnhihod In
inaliogany. this wood also being used In
Iho construction of a double row of leather-covered
divans around the four sidcH
of tho room. The furnishings suggest
tho style of Louia XIII.. while the "ca
thedral glass in till windows of the lodgo
room produce a beautiful effect in ugnt
Ing. That portion of t lie hard maple lloor
not occupied by the divans Is covered
with oriental carpet which can be quick
ly removed when it Is desired lo Uf-c the
room for dancing. Sprclallv designed
electroliers of heavy brass :uul orna
mented '.villi elks' heads and a 51000
Chlekcrlng grand piano arc aomo of the
dlsllnctive furnishings. A memorial
Plate, designed by Tiffany & Co, of N'cw
York, and costing $1000. occupies a place
over the exalted inler's station.
The building committee which has been
In charge of the plans, culmiuatln- in
the final dedication of the Elkf' home, is
composed or Evalted Ruler John Cullev.
J. A. Howell. C. A. I3oyd. T. V. Joney
ami Georgo Glen, past exalted ruler. Al
though every member of the lodge has
in some degrc.) aided In the work, tqo
npeclal credit Is duo to those who have
labors! for tho past year on the commit
History of Lodge.
Ogden lodge No. 710 was organised
early In J00J and in Julv of tho same
year, with Hfty-two members enrolled, a
charter was granted. The tlrst board of
regularly elected oftlccrs included Jesse
I'. Raker, exalted ruler; U, s. Jove. ,
S. Condon, V). M. Allison, J. H. ICna'u.is. n
T. Hume. Iho llcv. 10, I. Goshen. Q: k!
Madaon, A. T. Hestmark. (.:. H. Kirchcr
and C. I). Ives. The llrst club rooms
opeii"d by tho lodgo were in the Dooley
building. This occurred in jyn::, when the
membership numbered 120. WJlbln one
ye-ar this Dumber had ben doubled anil
at the present lime the lodge has a mem
bership of C2fi.
The preaent officers of the Ouden lodge
are John Culley. exalted ruler; t,.
Hardy. leading knight; IJ. J. Packer, loyal
kulghtrL. W. JIarrls. lecturing kulghl;
C. O. DeWolf. secretary: It. K. Hoag,
treasurer; G. W. Gaymon. tiler; L U.
Mllcholl and F. U. Clayton, Inner guards
S. A. Mazlnnis and W. D. V- Xelier
csqilre.s; T. AV. Jones. C. a. Boyd and
J. A. Howell. I rust cos.
Tomorro'w'j prognunme will be given
over entirely to nodal entertainment for
Klks and their ladles. During the after
noon between thP liours of 2 and -1 o'clock
there will be a reception for the ladies,
all visitors lo bo granted the full liberty
of the club house. Members of the local
lodge will rervc on the reception conunit
ice. in the evening there will be a grand
hall and reception
MsmBmmga for WOMEN ONLYsmsEBtsEsmjm
H DYU Feel rSacka5hc or Headache "
iH mm"" r ?ammBtib&- E raesne Down Sensations 1
H ThlS Wa y Nervous-Drains-
, .,.,, i. , , m7 gJCudernws Low Down. J 9
I ? It is because of some derangement or disease (
- distinctly feminine. Write Dr. R. V. Pierce's I i
laculty at Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y. :
I : j Consultation is free and advice is strictly in I i
H confidence. 3
I fiUSSSffi Favorite prescrigtloj,
H restores the health and spirits and removes those 1 ,
H painful symptoms mentioned above. It has been 1
' sold by druggists for over AO years, in fluid form, I
at -fj-n9 Pp.r pottle, giving Reneral sat?faction. IL am B
H now be had in tablet form, as modified by R.V. Tierce, M.D. U
I m $ld by Medlclno DoaJerz cr tvlslbox ,,, . . j
Iby mall on roaoffji of 50 g In stamps!
lias the Greatest Number of
Large Contracts in Us
"' . Mistory.
Sjtccial to Tho Tribune.
UGDISN. Nov. 20. With the award
ing of' the. Soldier Summit contract by
tho Denver c Itlr, Grande -to tho Utah
Constrnellon company, that Ogden con
cern will eifter Upon a period of activity
which will require .a largo increase hi
the, present forces to prosecute tho op
erations planned for the coming six
months. A majority of tho contracts
now under consideration arc for rail
road work lu western alalo-s, while one
of the largest contracts, upon which the
company Is now operating- is an irri
gation project In California.
Although the total mileage of Iho rall
roiid construction work If: not great. Iho
contracts call for some very heavv con
struction, ono stretch of llie Northwest
Pacific, now building, requiring almost
forty tunnels. Cciiera) Manager William
II. WnltiH, who is lu tho city for a brier
stay before making an Inspection trip
through Oregon, said lodav that the com
pany's contracts at present would, re
qull o one of I he lariresl fin-re of men
III the history of the concern.
Tho building of the Northwest Pa
cific, a line which l.x projected Jointly
by Iho llarriman system ami Simla Ke
Into the Redwood countrv r California
north of Sun Kmnclseo. probablv If (he
largest contract now under cn'nslilera
tlon. The work on Ihls jroioscd line
Is unusually heavy, morelhau twenty
tunnels having been completed at thla
lime, with nearly that number v.l to
build. Tho largest of these. :i 'tunnel
J..O0 feet in length. Is now being forced
through Hi., mountains.
Nearly 2000 men am emploved oq the
Oregon-Washington Railroad "& Naviga
tion company's extension between Vale
and Dog Mountain. This lino Is I.T.i miles
In length and will not bo completed for
h-uvcrnl month?. The company is work
ing on two contracts for Iip construction
of the new coal road In Utah, projected
by (ho United States Smelting, Itclin
ing Ai Mining company.
Afore, than J00 men are now emploved
on this work between I.Mackhawk and
Mohrland. Ono of the contracts, which
was awarded by the Utah Rallwav com
pany, calls for ton and a half nillcs of
grading .and tunneling from the mouth
HI, Spanish Fork canyon to a point near
I Ijlstlc. The second contract for work
on the fame line was grunted about one
For tlj... Southern Pacific company, ex
tensive line changes arc being made in
the vicinity of Truckec. Cal. and dou
ble track work is In progress between
I'orn cy and Susanvillc, Oil., a distance
pi 110 miles. The double track opera
tions for the Oregon Short Lino are also
Doing carried on between Diamond vllle
and I-ossil In Wyoming and between Mc
tammon and Rcnfro in Idaho A few
hundred men are. now completing the
Idaho Northern extension to Payette
rho changing of thc Western Pa
cini's temporary line across tho Silver
r.ono in the vicinity of Proctor. Nov. and
a short stretch of lino for Senator Clark
J ',,orolmo' v complete tho principal
contracts now held by tho Utah com
pany . During the next few weeks Go -oral
Manager Wattls will Inspect tho
work now in progress at Salem, Or.
FALL MAY PROVfc. FATAL.
Second Accident to George Tankcrslcy
is Most Serious One. .
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 20. Weakened bv iiis'-rc-ecnt-injury
and ill from the effects or
liquor, o corse Tankcrslcy. a railroad man
who was discharged from Uic Do hos
pital four days ago fell to the sidewalk
near tho Western Union companv's ornoo
today and sustained injuries which caused
him to be sent back to the hospital. A
fracture- f lhc skull was reopened as a
result of his fall and his condition is said
to be critical.
Tankeislcy was cmplyod as a brake
man lor the Southern Pacific company
when he was seriously Injured lu a wreck
at Doelh. Nov. There was said to ho
small chance for his recovery when ho
was brought to th local hospital suffer
ing from a bad fracture of the skull His
recovery, according to thc attending phv-
clans, was quite remarkable in view "of
tho seriousness or his injuries.
It was the man's Intention to leave at
once Tor his homo in Tennessee, but in
stead of doing no he remained in the
city and was arrested for drunkenness
yesterday. He was released rrom tho city
.tall early this morning and two hours la
ter was carried back to police headquar
ters on a stretcher. City Physician Wal
ter Whalcn pronounced his condition ex
FEAR WRONG IMPRESSION.
Weber Club Officials Say They Have
Taken Mo Action on Franchise.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Xov. 20 Eearing that the
wrong Impression may have been gained
from the published statements of Attor
ney C. A. Boyd relative to tho opposi
tion to long-term franchises for public
service corporations, Secretary I. u Rey
nolds of the Webe.r club lu'is Issued a
.statement in which he denies that the
officials of t lie dub took anv action what
ever againrt (ho proposed granting of
franchises In (his oily
As -stated lu this department veslcr
day, the protest against the grantln- of
IranchlscH for a period longer than twenty-five
years came, from tho directors of
the Ogden Publicity bureau, which is af
filiated with the Weber club. According
to Secretary Reynolds, tho officials or (he
Weber club piopcr have never, consid
ered the matter.
FOR CLOSER RELATIONSHIP.
Telephone Company at Ogden Is Promot-
Inq New Association.
Special to Tim Tribune
OGDEN, Nov. For the purpose of
bringing about a closer relationship
among employees and natrons or thu com
pany, the Mountain Stales Telephone &
'telegraph company Is promoting an as
sociation for which the prellininarv plans
have already been outlined. When thc
organization has been perfected the mem
bership will Include the 125 employees of
the Ogden exchange.
Tho permanent organization will he
perfected at a meeting to bo held on the
second Tuesday in Deccmbor, Miss Dora 1
Paine ban been chosen temporary presi
dent of tho association and Miss Ethel
Maycoek secretary and trcn.-;urer. ic is
the Intention to hold a meeting at least
oilce a month and the public will bo in
cited to attend.
I UTAH LIGHT ACTIVE.
company 13 Now 3ulldlna Transmission
j Line to North Oqdcn.
' Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 20. Tho denirc of North
I Ogden residents for a lighting svntem in
their district j-j soon to be realize:, ne.
cording lo Manager S. T. Whltaker of tho
I I tali Light 6z Hallway company. Since
thc granting of n pole line franch!e by
the county commissioners, the necessary
i ialerlalN for Iho transmission lino have
' i cen ordered and construction work will
be MtaUcd next week.
; There are not yet Kilned up sufficient
toiitiacUi to warrant, tho Installation of
tliH syatem, but Alanager Whltaker is
ntldent that the h-vslne' after th.. di
trlMUlJlg wires are Installed will ,v iir
Jielcnt to warrant thc expenditure. The
company's solicitors are at work in the
district and report ttatixraeiory progress.
With a !"., to extending t'e s'neiii to
Plrjif-.uii View. Plain cif nn.l o'l rr -I-tPmeut
in tl"- noithcrn ? Un of the
M YOUR SKID
You will never know whether or not
you may bi rid of that distressing skin
' dlsllgurement until you try Poslam. If
anything on earth will vuro it. Poslam
will. Thc ease with which It works re
sults !,- marvelous.. Kvery day brings rec
ords of stubborn and long endured atfec
tloim quickly eradicated, dlscot-cd Pkln ru
mored to normal condition, facial appear-,
anco improved, physical sufVerlng ended.
Eczema, mtie. totter, salt rheum, all forni.i
of Itch, scalp scale, psoriasis, pimples,
rashes, etc, yield to Poslam as to noth
POS1.AM SOAP, medicated with Po.'i
laiu. is unequalled for the skin, not only
when disease is present, hut as tho auf
esl and most bencjiclal hoap for dallv use,
toilet Mud bath. Soothes tender akin,
never irrltalea. Tho soap of absolute
Schramm -Johnson Drugs and all drug
gists sell Poslam (price, SO cents) ami
Poslam Soap (price. lir. cents'). For free
sumplc-i. write to thc J'Jmergenev labora
tories, :'.2 West 1'Mh Street, Now Yurie
county, the company will string heavy
copper wires on substantial poles.
"LookoutJ Is W.iry and Police Use Force
to Secure Entrance.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDFN. Nov. .20. The arrest of six
teen Chinese- and ono Jaiiuneso resulted
tonight when the police made the sec
ond raid within a week on (ho alleged
gambling pluco conducted over Joe
Wing's restaurant on Grant avenue.
Since the raid of a few days ago. when
twelve Chinamen wero arrested, the
place had been .re-equiped with a home
made gambling; outlH.
Tho coming of tho police was "tipped
off" by iho lookout before, the. officers
could gain an ciurame lo 'the upper floor
or (he building and sledge hammers wero
required, to break down tho doors be
fore the gambling room could bo entered
Much r the money, had disappeared from
the tablea by thai time. The seventeen
men wore locked lu I he city Jail and their
bonds fixed at iVoni $inj (,0 5200 each.
AGED MAM INDEPENDENT.
Seventy-Two Yoars Old but Prefers to
Roam About thc Country,
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDKN. Nov. 20 A man 72 years old.
but without any particular desire for a
homo and without money, was the un
usual case brought to the attention of
Judge W. H. Keeiicr this morning when
Frank Hughes was arraigned on tho vury
orcllnary charge of drunkenness. To tho
court Hughes confessed that, ho had
reared a family of seven children and that
he would bo welcome to make his home
with any one of them. Instead of doing
this ho preferred to roam about the coun
try, working whenever and wherever ho
When asked what he expected to do
when he was no longer able to work, tho
old man replied that ho would then think
about going to the home of some one of
his children. Judge ftcedcr ruled that
Hughes was entitled lo a suspended sentence.
Election Cost S5205.ll.
Special to Thc Tribune.
OGD10N. Nov. 20. The recent general
election .cost Weber county taxpayers
?u20n.ll, 'according to the bills present
ed by County Clerk S. G. Dyo to tho
Jooard of comuihjsloiiers today. All claims
were allowed. This amount, according
to the clerk's report, covers tho cost of
registration: election- judges and practic
ally every detail of expense.
The. registration cosl headed tho list ot
expenses with 51775 and some oT the other
Items wore: Judges in Ogdon City, ?.'M!).ri(i;
judges outside the city, j522.U0; advertis
Petition T.s Denied.
Sprcia! to Tho Tribune
OGDISN, Nov. 20. In a. communication
to the city commissioners at their meet
ing this morning. Mayor A.C Fell, lu
charge of the waterworks department, re
fused the request of- the property own
ers for water mains on King and Cap
itol avenues. It was explained that water
Is being supplied to these districts
through private pipes and that there t.n
no necessity of the oily being put lo thc
expense of Installing mains.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 20 Tho We.bcr academy
lecture course has extended an Invita
tion to every-newsboy in tho city to at
tend tho lecture of John JS. Gunckel at
tho academy auditorium next Friday
evening. Air. Gunikel comes to Ogdon
as tho third member of thu academy lec
ture 1:011 1 sc. Ho is founder and president
of the National Newsboys' association,
which has a membership of Ja.UOO "new
sies." For many years Mr. Gunckel has
devoted his entire lime to betterment
work among the newsboys of the country.
Tribute to Memory.
Special to Thc Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 20. As a tribute to thc
memory of the la to Jerry Daly, veteran
conductor of the Denver & Hlo Grande,
the officials of that road have Just ls
mied an order providing that a new sta
lion on the main line belween mile posts
fiftl and 0ii2 shall be designated as Daly.
A copy of the order has been received
by Iho widow in this city. Mr. Daly's
(lea Ih occurred very suddenly from heart
failure aS he was leaving Grand Junction
in charge of his train on September 1.
Will Remain in Ogden.
Special to Thc Tribune.
OGDKN. Nov. 20. After traveling from
one end of California to tho oilier In
BROUGHT TO AMERICA
Another Step Forward In the Fight
Against Dreaded Disease In
Nothing la of greater Importance to
those lighting Consumption than tho late
Importation of the famous Swiss Kemedy
Slrolln bus thc endorsement, of all lead
ing specialists in Europe who have had
wonderful results from Us use.
This Intest preparation not only arrests
tho progress of the disease, but also in
creases the appetite and builds up the sys
tem, even In cases of long standing.
Any ono suffering from any chronic
throat or lung trouble should not fall to
get full information about Sirolin by writ
ing the Sirolin Co., 22S West Broadway,
New York City Schramni-Johneon.
Drugs "The Never Substltutora," Flv.i (."
Good Stores and all leading druggists are
recommending and distributing Sirolin
with considerably success.
Don !t be content vith indifferent,
carclc'i! tervice, when those who arc
proficient can b3 reached by bidding
tbem tbrouiih Tbo 'Pribuno Wants.
Skillcd specialists in business and the
professions, (lioio who can t-hovr by f
tbt?ir records and references tbat thoy J
can fcene. ou sal isf:ntoriI , arc ready!
and vrilltn;: Tbo Tribuue Wants v. if! j
bring- tbciu tu you. j
rrurch of a better place than Ugdcn. J,
L. Guernsey has relumed lo this city
with the firm determination to make Og
den his permanent, homo during the re
maludor of his life. Mr. Guernsey was
conducting a. profltablo shoe repair shop
011 Twenty-fourth street when ho deemed
lo cook a new home In southern C11U101
nla. The seeking was far from satin
factory, according to the former resident.
To Entertain Official.
Special to Tho Tribune.
UGDEN. Nov. 20. The Ogden mnib'ra
or tlm Jtoyal Arcanum will entertain Su
preme ItcgcnL 1". T. McFuddcn of Itlch
mond, Viu, at an open meeting tomorrow
night. Tho national official is making
a. trip throughout the west for tho pur
pose of visiting lodges of tho order and
he will arrive In U1I5 city from Salt Lake
at S o'clock tomorrow evening. It la ex
pected that, fifty members of the Zlon
lodgo will accompany him to Ogden. After
lite meeting In Eaglea hall there will be
On Trail of Motorists.
Special to The Tribune,
OGDEN. Nov. 20. Th disregard or
autolstn for the speed regulations has
brought an order from Chief of Police
W. I. Norton Instructing all officers of
tho police department to glvo this mat
ter llielr strict attention In the future.
Failure to observe thu speed regulation1
and tlm absence, of tho required lights
on machines will result in arrests in the
future, according to tho chief.
Courts; 2Iot in Session.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 20. JUdgo N. .L Harris
did not conclude his court alfaira in Lo
gan In liino to resumo sessions in his
own division of tho Second district today,
it Is expected thai he will arrive In t lie
cltv tomorrow morning. There was no
court liesslon In Judge J". A. Howell's di
ironic From Meeting.
Special lo Thu Tribune
OGDEN, Nov. 20. President Frank
Owens of the Bov Scouts of Utah has re-
for Infants and Children? Iffl1
Tie Kind You Haie Always Borf
BEARS. THE SIGNATURE OF g
In Use For Over 30 Years. jra
turned to his home after attending a
meeting In Salt Lake at which every
branch of the organisation in the, stato
wax represented. The object of tho meet
ing was to devise ways and means for
holding tho next annual convention of thc
Boy Scouts. It was decided that each
camp or branch organization should stand
an equal share of the expense. The Og
den Scouts will proceed at onco to dovlse
I plana for raising their ahnrooMn&T'
venilou fiuul. 'Mb '
"Ralph Layhorn Avreatod.flt!
7TSOVO. Nov. 20. Ralph LawlioWffi
nrreslvd here this morning and ItuflB'Iji
Iho county Jail on a fclom cliurz9r
is alleged to have committed a itiMt
oiTense with Jennie fCel' on, ;l girlMf
IS -years of age. Lawhorn will biMr
a preliminary hearing Thursday. Ny9.
I ALL FIXTURES FOR SALE I
I -fj High rent depression in Everything at less ihan '
I business compels us to quit wholesale cost and they are t
business in Salt Lake City. going to go with a RUSH. i
-We are not going to waste Come with the crowds to-;
I space by putting in a lot of day prepared to get the big- i
I pictures. We are simply go- . i i ' 5
I . , . r i i gest bargains you ever ob-1
1 mg to give you facts hard, , . j t ti . .. r i ' f
clean facts that you will find lamed at thlS time f tbe year'
I verified in the stock. 'There is over $30,000 in
Every garment is ticketed tne best selected stock of
with a blue pencil the reduc- Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, 4 '
I tions are beyond belief. Waists, Furs and Fur Coats, j
Pnmereiful Slaughter oingeif-ofusipess 1
I 0.o Suits Prices m Fm 0at 1
I of tho newest creations plain tailored and trim- :K0.f0 French Concv coals blacks $9 ft QK $
mcdall fashionable shades. ani1 browns,at $,U.VQ
m All other fur coats at groat sacrifice?. 5
B $15 and .1:17.50 CQ AC $30 and $32.00 M7 QC
1 Suits at Stf.S-B suiis at . . . 1 '' BR H J ffb " IP
I 02005.95 i,0 519.95 Unparalleled Prices n fur ; k
i 14.95 wrif....524.95 Sets mi Muffs j
All opera coats at half prico. j
I Jill Ooafs at Less Than DRESSES j
j Wholesale Cost tssss v,mmvA MrECD iit """icrc'- j
1 rr ,, , , ,. , 7.50 Drcrsog CO QC $25 Dresses CI A QC '
1 Ilca3' black hcarsKin . 15 Caracul CD OC nt ."t.d
M coats linc! throujrh- coats at ij0.y3 i-m -n -
B out. $10 and Sl2 $10 Dresses CE OK ?.n,0 Drosses C17QK ' L
I values QAo 0 Caracul C11QC at
I W-yS coals at $15 Dresses Cfl Dresses CI Q QC
I Silk plush coats, satin The most popular black at VJ at IJ.UJ
liued. .-i22.no PI A QC O", ,w,J1f" striped, $20 Dros?es C1 1 QC $-10 Dresses COO DC
I valu.;s at ..Vl-OD lenjith Johnny at . . 0 1 1 .95 -,.'L'rc-C3 22.95 .
I -Guaranteed genuine c7$,rJ $14.95 f
1 fncctc'ioat.4.i bi. johnnV Astrak- SKIRTS of all Desirable Mafereais - t
H guaranteed satin lin- linn Coats, pood satin ' L
I '?Sirt. . $1895 IS'.4-.'.. $14.9 5 5c?i.r,yd , 9S wo skin. 5495
aeryo fe'kirls at .V vU ;it( y.ViJ
All mixture and Chinchilla coats at less than $10 Skirts ec qc 1
9 maiutfactnrcr's coat, at
SEIL SAMPLE STORE
I Open Evenings During This CaibIs Mi'm f
j Sale Until Stock fs Sold lO 3011111 IfllllO