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ARRANGE FOR TRIP
OF ELKS TO THE EAST
Salt Lake, June 17. The Itinerary!
for the Salt Lake City lodge. No. 85. j
B P, O. E. Elks, for the trip to Roch
ester, N Y , has been arranged and a
j. special car will leave here for the
meeting of the grand lodge July 7)
I to 12, 1913, on which the delegates i
I may ride without change to their des
i tlnatlon. The route will be by way
1 of the Oregon Short Line, Union Pa
cific, Santa Fe, Michigan Central and
New York Central lines. The car
will leave Salt Lake City at 2. 35
o'clock the afternoon of July 2. and
will arrive In Rochester at 11 o clock
the forenoon of July 5.
An attractive folder has been issued
in honor of the convention by tho
passenger department of the Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe. It con
tains pictures of the route and some
useful and clear Information regard
ing the preparations that have been
made in the city where the grand
lodge Is to meet.
f Mary Jane's
KAV Baby Dolls
V on display in
Mary Jane THE NATIONAL
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1 1 I. F. CAMPBELL North Ogden, Utah
: PHONE 19 K
See S. C. ASHTON. 2530 Harrison Ave. Phone 1991-R.
CIRCUS WAR !S
TO BE REPEATED
City Will Be Plastered From Top to Bottom With Notices as in
1905 When Ringling and Buffalo Bill Met Here Two Big At
tractions Once More Engaged in a Fight With Ogden as the
Center of the Conflict
The "Survival of the Fittest" and
"Quickest Billposter" are the proper
titles to n circus war which will be
waged in Ogden during tho next
month and a half, by two of th. larg
est amusement concerns In tho Unit
ed States, tho circus trust and the
leading Independent Ringling Broth
l ers circus is due in Ogden. August 2.
Bills to this effect have been posted
I throughout the city and county. Buf
falo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee
Bill's Far East show will reach the
city on July 29 This Is what will
cause war. It Is a case of hlstorv
repeating itself, for these two big
shows fought a billposters' war in
Ogden In 1905.
Many residents recall the adver
tising war between the Cody inter
ests and the Ringings which showed
In Ogden August 7 and 9. respectively
In 1905 It was a memorable and in
teresting fight and was written up
and pictured In all the theatrical pub
lications of the country as It marked
one of the most bitter blllposting
wan In tre country. The Ringling
blllposting cars arrhed in Ogden in
early June. 190F., and began plaster
ing the town and ecr few days after
skirmish parties arrived and kept
covering the town. One night, about
the middle of July, tso cars of bill
posters of the Buffalo Bill shows ar
rived In Ogden and before daylight
the had tho town more than plas
tered The street car company gave each
permission to use the trolley poles,
big blue "sevens'" and equally as
I large red "nines' covered tlio poles
of the street car company, telephone
nnd telegraph and light companlc--There
was not a hnrn in tho entire I
rounty, a vacant store window or wall
that was not dotted with the red and '
blue dates The old Chapman house-
on lower Twenty-fifth street, which
had been vacated at" the time, looked
as though It were ablaze with the
bright red Ringling dates at the bot
tom At the top were the hlue Cody
dates The red and blue blended into
a picturesque display Street cars, de
livery wagons, fences and every con
ceivable object that would hold a
hand bill carried for more than a
month the announcement of the com
This morning general contracting
agent, D P, Lynch of the Buffalo and
Pawnee Bills show arrived in Ogden
nnd Immediately began paving th-e
way for his show Contracts were
i signed for advertising space and ev
erything placed In readiness for tho
coming of the bill posters.
In looking over the situation, Mr.
Lynch noticed that the Ringling people
had posted "warning" notices on many
buildings, suggesting a penalty to be
inflicted on any rival concern that
might mutilate or cover the Ringling
posters. After looking hurriedly j
I around, Mr. Lynch said that there was
plenty of room left fur advertising
When questioned on tho subject of
rpeelal features of the exhibition, Mr.
I Lynch declared, that the greatest fea-
j ture was the show itself, which this
season surpasses anything heretofore
seen In the arc-nic world. Buffalo Bill
appears in person at every perform -
i ance and delivers a short address fit
ted to the occasion, while the pro
gram covere everything imaginable in
the way of heroic exploits, from the
Pvramids to the Prairies, or at all
germalne to the wild west or the far
east, or in fact, the wild wide world
which the performance now depicts.
The more recently added attractions
I are Auto-Polo, the game recently In
vented by the-dare-devil motor driv
ers, in which danger is the abounding
I element and caution is east to the
winds and It is probably the most
Bkllled In the line of hazardous
amusements this decade will delse
Bishop William W Child, of Hoop
er, 65 earB old. died at his home
In Hooper at 5:80 o'clock yesterday
afternoon from paralysis. He had
been 111 only four das
Born February 20, 184S, In Iowa,
Bishop Child camo to Utah Id I860,
and was appointed bishop of Hooper
ward. August 2". 1888, serving until
his death. He leaee two sons and
five daughters, Oscar and Brwln
Child, and Miss Jennie C. Child, Mrs
Louisa! FbWleS, Mr Mertle Martin.
Mrs Evelean D. Holmes, Mrs Slndia
The funeral will be held Thursday
at 2 p. m. Interment will be In the
The board of city commissions
last evening employed J. C Knight
to erect the new rock rruBher at the
! Daso 0f the mountains east of the city
reservoirs at $4 a day Other nrn t-,
be employed on the Job will be paid
$2.50 a day.
The petition for the opening of Dox
oy avenue, between Wall and lJ"reoln
avenues, was favorably considered by
the commissioners and the engineer
was instructed to publish notice of In
tention. The eltv recorder reported that pro
i tests against paving district No log,
which la 25th Btreot. from Wushlng
i lon to Harrlaon avenues, had been
i i, ims and payrolls were allowed as
i street department, labor 1,15'.
Street department, sprinkling 1.085
YV. J. Crltchlow, auditing ac
Other minor claims were Included
in the list.
The bond of Snively & Hendry was
approved and a license for electrical
business was granted.
T"he petition of property, owners tor
a bridge across a canal on 20th Btreet
and Steele avenue was referred to the
superintendent of streets.
The matter of refunding a license
for electrician asked for by Bachman
& Hardy was referred to the super
lntendent of public affairs.
The petition for the extension of
water mains on Seventh street was
The report of Special Auditor W.
J. Crltchlow was handed the mayor
To be sold by owner to the hlghes;
bidder for rash, one barn 24x40 feet,
located on premises 2078 Monroe av
enue Can be easily moved. Bids may
be left at Abels AbBtract Office at
420 24th street, up to and Including
noon July 1. 1913, all bids to be ac
companied by ten per cent of bid
made and barn to be remoed on or
before July 15
On account of the 'Eagles conven
fion the class initiation of Silver Hive
N'o 1 on Juno 19 at 8 p. m will b
held at I O O. F. hall, 2416 WaBh
ave KATHRYN EOGLBSTON, L. C.
L JENNIE PROUT, R. K.
Yesterday afternoon in Judge J. A
Howell's division of the district court
S jury was secured to hear the per
sonal injury case of T. L). Ryan, ad
ministrator of the estate of K Yos'o
itake. deceased, against the Union
Pacific. Introduction of testimony was
begun. It Will take all day today to
hear the evidence, as witnesses who
will testify In a foreign language will
require an interpreter to convey to'
intormation to the court and the iijry
men It is said, that there Is only
one eye-witness to the accident.
Witnesses who have thus far tes
tifled have merely stated conditions
along the railroad track at the time
the decedent was run over and killed,
bearing out the contention on the part
of the plaintiff that an approaching
train was not easily observed. The
defense will rely largely on contribu
The plaintiff is asking for damages
in the sum of $5,000. Following Is
ihc jury: Lester Scoville, Richard R.
Brown, John Nicholas, Robert M. Gale.
William M Jardlne. David J. Jarvk
Richard Cowan and Henry D. Moore.
SANE MAN WAS
"You have no Idea how pleasing It
Is to be able to hear and speak." re
marked Floyd Bacon this morninir.
"after having been in a deal and dumb
condition for a number of days "
A few days ago young Bacon wa3
discovered in the city jail In a pre
carious condition, apparently Insane.
He was sent to the padded cell at the
county 'jail and a lunacy board called
to pass on his mental condition H?
was adjudged Insane and committed
to the state mental hospital, to which
institution he would have been taken
had It not been that a friend called
on hirn and discovered that, while he
could not speak, he could write ra
tionally. The trip to Provo was postponed,
since which time Bacon has beeu get
ting better. This morning, after aris
ing from a good nights rest, he be
gan talking In his natural way.
The only ill effects left Is that the
back of hlB head and neck Is as sore
as though he had been beaten or had
been afflicted with a bad cold. He
is a strong, robust young man and
savs ho feels like going to work. He
is "wondering, however, just what fo
do to get away from the asylum com
mitment. It may be necessary for the
doctors to re-examine him to undo
what thev did a few days ago
Wcs J Johuson of Montello, Nev.,
was stricken with paralysis Friday.
June 14. and died Sunday at 3:40 p. m
He was one of the most widely ,
known and popular business men in
the state of Nevada. Beloved by all
with whom he came In contact, for
his sterling qualities, magnamimouB
and genial dliPOBition. He had been
extensively engaged In the mercantile
business in both Wcllx and Montello
for Ui years, and a host of friend?
will miss his familiar fare
He leaves a widow, two daughter!
I and five sons, the eldest daughter be-1
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FJ. Bumbach, Traveling Paaaengcr Agent MM
ing the wife of A R. Cave, formerly
ol Ogdeu. and son of Mrs. Callio E
Cave of 2202 Adams avenue.
The funeral will be held at Elko.
Nev., on Weduesday afternoon at 2:30
p m . under the auspices of tho Ma
sonic lodge of that city, of which he
had been an honored member for
over twenty-four years.
PAVING GOES TO
P. J. MORAN
The city board of commissioners
this morning awarded the contract
Tor paving districts Nos. 103 and 106
to the P J Moran Construction com
pany of Salt Lake, tho total cost to
District No. 105 embraces Jefferson
Lvenue. from Twenty-fifth to Twenty
seventh streets and district No. 106
Is in two divisions, one lncluudlng
Wall avenue from Twenty-first to
Twenty-third streets and the other
Lincoln avenue from Twenty-fifth to
Twenty-sixth streets. The contract
provides that the paving shall be of
asphaltura and that it shall be done
at an early date.
The bids submitted were As fol
lows: District 105
P. J .Moran $12,936-83
G. A. Heman 16,483. 2D
District No. 106
Lincoln avenue division
A. A. Clark 6.469.50
Wall avenue division
Wheel right 22.849.30
Heman 21.158 15
DEED TO READ
Commissioner J. C. Nye, superin
tendent of the street department, re
ported that a deed from tho J. G.
Read & Brothers company to the
city had been given for the company's
holdings on Hudson avenue and he
tecommended that It be accepted and
placed on record. Tho report was
The Read property is situated on
Hudson avenue and Twenty-fourth
street, and will be used in the Hud
son avenue opening between Twenty-1
fifth and Twenty-third streets, about
one half of the property being In
cluded In the avenue survey. The
space purchased by the city Is 22
feet by about 135 feet and the price
paid Is $32,000. The contract re
quires that the company shall re
move the structure without cost to
It Is understood that the Read
Brothers, after removing a half of
heir business block, which is three
hlorles high, will remodel the other
half and provide a series of store
rooms on the ground floor facing
The contract for calciminlng the
basement of tho city hall was given
to W L Tank, at the contract price
The city auditor's financial report
lor the month of May shows the re
( oipts to have heeM 'i.l.t. s with
the disbursements, sp,
BOYS ARE HOME
FROM THE BIG
W ith the close of schools, a number
of Ogden students in eastern colleges
have returned during the last two
days and there are still others to
come. The following are now at
Wlllard Gilson from Ann Arbor:
Ralph Emerson and Lew Beason from
the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology at Boston; Earl Pardoe and
Moroni Olsen from the Leland l ow
ers school at Boston; Luke Wrlghl
from Ann Arbor, Clarence Wrlghl
i from Washington; Rinehardt Gideon
from Harvard; Roscoe Gwllllam from
Cornell, and Robert McDanlel, Wll
lard Kay and Howard Jenkins from
Earl Pardoe has finished his
course In dramatic art and elocution
and will open a studio In Ogden and
Salt Lake In September. He will
make a specialty of teaching dramatic
work with the necessary' physical ex
ercises. Lew Beason is a graduate and will
probably not be home Ions before bo
poes to work at his profession.
TRAINS TO THE
Although the rain kept many at!
home, the Bamberger agents estimate
that 1500 people have gone to the.
Retail Merchants outing at Lagoon !
today. After 10 o'clock this morning
the tralnB were all crowded with ex
cursionists, nearly all of whom car
ried large lunch baskets.
The grocery' stores and meat mar
kets did not open at all thU morninK
and some of the dry goods stores i
In anticipation of tho large crowtls. 1
the Brown Ice Cream company ship- j
ped to Lagoon this morning, twelve
i0-gallon and eight 3-gallon packers
of Ice cream The candy company
sent down large loads and local stores j
supplied the cafes and lunch count- ,
Arrangements have been made by
the Bamberger people to handle large)
crowds after 6 o'clock this evening,
who will go down for tho dance.
The Rapid Transit company will j
have all available cars on hand to;
meet the Incoming trains.
SUFFRAGISTS PLAN MARCH
New York, June 17. Women suf
fragists, undaunted by the summer
weather, are laing plans for an
?reat march on the national capital, j
The start from New York will be
made oti or about August 1. when
suffragists Trom many other parts of
the country will bear down on Wash
ington to drive to a victorious fin- 1
ish the recent favorable report of ,
the senate committee on suffrage.
NONE PRESENT I
Judge Reeder was compelled to give
absent treatment to those with whom
It was his duty to deal this morning,
tor there were no prisoners in courL
William Moran, who is charged with
disturbing the peace of his wife at E
I'.i'ti Grant avenue, was brought into
court but he had not recovered suf- 5
lclently from his spree of last even
ing to be in fit condition to talk and
was taken back to the cell. Wm
W illiam Langton and Mary Duller,
both charged wtih vagrancy, did no'
answer to their names and forfeited W
$15 each. W
John Wallace, charged with speed- Wj
ing on the Riverdale road, by J. A. Rfl
Child was not present In court when i
bis name was read and a warrant El
was issued to have him brought in. Bfl
Bert Herrlck, charged with dis- H
turblng the peace, was not present.
i Derrick was arrested with Thomas W
: Matthews, a freight clerk, Saturday Em
' night. Matthews forfeited his ball, ml
but Herrick had no bail up to for- B1
fcit. Matthews was accused by John El
j Dunn. 132 1-2 Twenty-fifth street, 5
with having insulted his wife on u HI
Bamberger train. c
According to the police. Matthews. W
after the trouble on the train Insulted Kt
Patrolman Hutchens when the latter j&l
would not arrest Dunn who struck H1
him. Herrick, became embroiled in fcJ
the trouble by coming to the assist- " Kj
ance of his friend, Matthews. M
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