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II . THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1913. 5
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I m GEO. M'FADDEN
1 ! 1 HAS WILD
I f DREAMS
. That George McFadden is insane
ecmE fo bo beyond question, as he
pareK hls cell at the county jail talk- '
Incoherently of his past life and
"is present condition. He tg In thi
m county jail charged with burglary, al-
m lced l have been committed in' the'
1! W Bldorado rooming house, one day last
week.
1 He was roominc at the house, it is
Hi Mi and he deliberately took it upon
i himself without much attempt at con-
I ccalment. to enter rooms other than
H his own. and strip them of clothing
I He resisted the officers when taken
into custody and it became necessary
I to handcuff him to get him into the
patrol wagon. He claimed that tho
3 clothing belonged to him and he con-
i sMered it a great injustice to take
- him to jail.
Today he claims that he le the
I lichtweicht champion of the world and
that since his incarceration in the
I. county jail, which he sas has been
-Z: for the past six months, he has been
H released for about six hours, during
s k which time be "pulled off a fight on
II lower Twenty-fifth street" and won
?500 He claims that he deposited
the money in the bank and returned
to his cell. He also says that his
fa'hei is among tho wealthy saloon
men of San Francisco and that his
mother is an adopt at gambling. How -ever,
he says, that he rares nothing
for his home and that ho is having 0
good time where he is
A lunacy board will he summon'''!
and the man will be examined this
afternoon.
CONFERENCE TO
t BE HELD AT
NORTH OGDEN
The most beautiful weather of tho
present is promoting the growth, do
I velopment and ripening of the varied
I fruits and vegetables, and harvesting
is now on. the weather, though at-
tended with occasional thunder show-
or?-, has been Ideal
Tlmoth C Hoyt, of the stake pres
Z idericy of the high priests, and John
I V Chambers of the stake high coun
cil were the principal speakers at
the afternoon meeting, July 20th. and
f J Patriarch James Ward last Sunday
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girl to Inez Dean Spackman. 21st;
and twin girls to wife of J. Q. Blay
lock. 28ih.
The henlth of this district Is now
good, the last home of contagion be
ing fumigated and the inmates re
leased last week and there is noth
ing of a contagious nature knjwn to
exist in either Randall. North Ogdcn
or Pleasant View.
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ELECTRIFY THE
WO GRANDE
The consolidation of the Denver &
Rio Grande and the Western Pacific
railroads, together with improvements
involving an expenditure of nearly ?4,
000,000 in Utah alone, are contempla
led in the reorganization plans of the
Western Pacific under the Bush man
agement, according to an announce
mcnt from San Francisco
Officials declare that a new era of
Western railroad development is to
follow the unification of the Denver
fc Rio Grande, the Western Pacific
and the Missouri Pacific systems. The
consolidation of the former two roads
is regarded as the logical outcome of
the Denver & Rio Grande's manage
ment over the coast line.
Tho former owns $50,000,000 of the
175,000,000 Western Pacific capital
stock, and it is understood that th'
Gould estate owns $12,500,000 of the
rest. There will remain only $12.
500,000 outstanding in the hands of
the publlt from which consent will
lo neressar tor adjustment. The
advantages of this arrangement will
be to open the way for a new blanket
mortgage to cover both properties,
permitting the Denver & Rio Grande
to lend its credit for financing tho
Pacific coast extension It will also
iin.Mde better facilities for financing
both properties, and for furnishing the
means of Improvements needed on
both, it i6 said
It is understood that the projected
electrification of parts of the Denver
A Rio Grande will be taken up at
nnoe by President Bush
The proposed electrification is to
extend from Sallda to Salt Lake City
The first work, it is understood, will
be to electrify the branch of the main
line between Salt LHke City and He!
per In Utah
It is said that the reason for tho
delay in these improvements, which
were advocated bv President Bush
was because of differences of opinion
with the Western Pacific manage
ment Now that Bu6h is In full charg.
of both It is understood that he will
push them actively.
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PROCEEDINGS
IN DIVORCE
SUFFERERS ARE
TO BE TREATED
BY REV BOYD
Rev. Thomas Parker Boyd belongs
to the new school of clergymen who
think tho Master's two commands, to
preach the gospel and heal the sick
an- equally imperative
Speaking of the Emmanuel Institute
of Health in San Francisco, Dr Boyd
says :
"Our institute Is a definitely religi
ous institution, but it Is not sectarian.
Our patients come from all religious
bodies, and many who are not allied
with a church. We seek to make their
religious faith a tremendous factor
in their health, happiness and pros
perity. "Literally, the lame have boon made
to walk. rrook'd spines made Btralght
the deaf to hear and ninny other
forms of physical disability have been
relieved, while the devils of epilepsy
St. ltus' dance have boon oast out.
Hysteria in all its forms has been
routed; drunkenness and all sorts of
bad habits broken up. :,nri hundreds
have been restored to the usefulness
and happiness thai comes from
health."
Dr. Boyd will make his first appear
ance in Ogden, next Sunday, at the
Church of the Good Shepherd Here
he will explain something of the scl
enco of the new psycho therapeutic
movement. On Monday he will re
ceive sufferers who desire treatment.
SILVER HIVE
Will meet Thursday evening, Jtilv
I'.lst, at 8 p. m
( ATHERINK EGGLKSTON
Lady Commander.
TAX RATE FIXED
BY COUNTY
BOARD
According to the tax levy made by
the county and city boards of com
misbioners today, the total tax on Og
den City property this year will be
35 495 mills, a decrease of 2 106 mlll6
under last year's tax levy, which was
17 6 mills The county tax, outside
the city, including the state tax of
7 5 mills, will be 24 mills, an Increase
over last year's tax of .8 of a mill
The state tax levy has not yet been
made but It Is stated that it will be
the same as It was last year, which
I wing Is the tax levy as fixed
i county commissioners this
schools 8 H58
year 8.3
schools 8 863
year 7-8
count v schools 1 500
Ikl county purposes 6 137 1
tax rate for the city amounts
mills, 2 mills less than it was
ear. no tax being levied this
or the waterworks department,
was 2 mills last year. The tax
s for the following purposes
igent expenses 5 mills
vement and repair of
pta 5 mills
uct and repair sewer. . 1.6 mill5
liin public library 4 mills
e from fixing the tax rate for
unty In their regular meeting
the commissioners concluded
y a special road tax of 5 mills
verdale, Wilson, Garland. Pleas
iew. North Ogden and Hunts
This levy is made for the 1m
nent of the stale roads,
terday Eden voted against th
I road tax by a small margin,
ote for the tax was 12 while
gainst It was 13.
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dge You say you have a friend
objects to tho hobble skirt 9 Is
nodost?
rjorle No, fat Judge
BUTCHER WILLj
BE BROUGHT
TO OGDEN
Requisition papers for John T.
Butcher a former officer of the State
Industrial school, now charged with a
statutory offense, have been prepared
and Deputy Shorlff J. l. Hobson. dur
ing the day, will aRk Governor Wil
liam Spry to sign them That the
governor wdll Bign the papers is be
yond the peradventurc of a doubt.
Sheriff DeVlne first received in-;
formation that Butcher would resist
extradition but a later telegram In
dicated that he would not However,
the sheriff states that he will send
a man for Butcher armed with the
necessarv papers to make certain that
he will be returned to this city for a
hearing. It is expected that a deputy
sheriff will leave for St. Anthony this
eening or tomorrow morning and, if
Butcher does not resist the order for
his return, he will get back to the city
with the accused man before the end
of the week.
Superintendent Gowans, of the state
school, says that every possible ef
fort will be exercised by the officers
ot the Institution, together with the
board of trustees, to get a conviction
Under the state law there need be no
eorrohoration In cases of this kind,
as the young woman Is only 17 years I
old and cannot be considered an ac
complice. Were she of age her testi
monv without corroboration would not
be of much force.
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GAS COMPANY IS'
GIVEN MORE
TIME
The petition of the General Semro
Corporation, by C A. Boyd, asking for j
an extension of time to October to
begin actual construction of a gas
system In the city, was granted by
the city board of commissioners this
morning
The reason given for the extension 1
was that the company will not be
able to purchase pipe and other ma
terial for building purposes earlier
than the month of September and Mr
Boyd stated that his company did not
care to make excavations on the
streets until the pipe could be fur
nished. On the recommendation of Commis
sioner 1 C Nye. the claim of C. A
Porter for damages done his propert
in the opening of Porter aenue. was
settled, by allowing the tax for tho
improvement, which amounted to
$66 25. . .
The following payrolls and claims
were allowed'
Official
Waterworks department. . (n
Police department MSJcS
Fire department ' Iar
Miscellaneous claims y
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OWLS SHUT OUT
WHOLESALE DRUG
With Pitcher Murphy allowing but
one hit and the team playing air
tight ball, the Owls shut out the Og
den Wholesale Drug company In a
game of ball at the Fair grounds last
evening. The score was is to 0
The Owls are now out with a chal
lenge for the Mail Clerks or any other
amateur organization.
The lineup of the teams was as fol
lows . ,
B Cheeketts. third base: Lucas,
lirt base; Roach, shortstop; Shipley,
left field Smalloy. catcher, E Check
etts second base; G. Greenwell right
field; Murphy, pitcher; Payton, ten
tcr field
1 ho Ogden Wholesale Drug com
panv- Blakely. shortstop. Blake,
catcher Morrlsey, second base; Nov
e3 third base. Williams, left Held;
Gregory flrBt base. J. Williams, right
field; Young, pitcher, Wing, center
field.
By the score of 12 to 0. the Movies
defeated the Soda Squirts In a game
of baseball esterday at the Fair
grounds. The victory yesterday for
the Movies makes the fourth of five
games plaved Two home runs were
knocked, for which Ford and Wood
ward fire responsible. Ford and Hoi
land for the Movies and Crossma
and Schoenfleld for the Sodas made
up the opposing batteries
BASEBALL FANS
MAKE A PROTEST
Some of the baseball fans complain
that there 1b lack of loyalty exhlb
ited when players on the Ogden team
are criticised during games for mak
ing errors on difficult plays.
They declare that the boys should
be encouraged to do their best and
not disheartened by knocks from
those whom they expect boosts.
A RANK FAKE
Denver. July 30 The News says:
There is no word of truth in the
flaring headlines In the Denver Post
funs week's! I
SPECIALS j
75 Misses' and Children's Soiled White Dresses from $1.50 to
$4.50; ages 8 to 14 years 75c
II 225 Ladies' Linen Suits, soiled White Dresses, Gingham and j
Percale Dresses, your choice $1.00 I
I 15 Ladies' Soiled White Dresses, from $6 to $7, your choice $2.50
250 Ladies', Misses and Children's Spring and Fall Jackets, j
75 Ladies' Linen, Duck and Pique Skirts at Half Price I
150 Ladies' White Dresses at Half Price I
50 Ladies' White Dresses at Half Price
Our entire stock of Silk and Gingham Dresses at Cost H
500 Children's Dresses, age 2 to 14 years, at Cost M
150 Pairs of Lace Curtains at Half Price II
PUMP AND OXFORD SALE 1
Our entire stock of J & T Cousin's Pumps and Oxfords now on sale j
BLACK SILK SALE
j! Thousands of yards of Black Silk, Satin Duchesse, Messaline, Serge m
Silks, Charmeuse, Crepe de Chine, and Brocaded Black Silks at a m
IlAST THOMAS' J
OGDEN KNIGHTS1
TO OCCUPY
TWO CARS
The Knights Templar of Ogden and
Utah, who attend the triennial con
claive in Denver beginning August 12.
will stop at the Trent hotel on Tren
ton street, the entire hotel having
been reserved for the Utah Knights.
The general headquarters of the con
clave will be the Brown hotel and the
place reserved for the accommodation
of the Utah visitors Is less than a
block from the general headquarters
In the special train to carry the
I t ah KnightB Templar to Denver,
two Pullmans will be required for
the Ogdcn delegation The special
will arrive in Ogden from Salt Lake
nt 4 0 P m . and two extra coaches
will be added A Kcho another car.
with the Park City delegation., will
be attached.
Information received by Ogden Ma
pons Is to the effect that 20,000
Knights will take part in th gram
parade and that 56 bands from all
parts of the United States will fur
nish the music A big re-Jewing stand
has been erected that, will accommo
date 24.000 people.
Delegations from hncland and an
ada will be present at the conclave.
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ASSAILS THE
TARIFF BILL
AVashlncton. July 20. Charelng
that Democratic leaders have broken
their tariff promises made to the
working people of Now Kngland be
fore the last national election. Sena
tor George P. McLean of Connecticut
assailed the Underwood-Simmona bill
In the senate today.
Recounting the campaign In Con
necticut, directed particularly analnst
Representative Kbenezer F Hill, of
the waB and means committee, Sen
ator McLean quoted from speeches
. .. .
of $250,00 was paid today for the horse.
Prince Palatine, winner of the Ascot
golf cup, by I. B Joel, the South Afri
can millionaire. A proviso was made
by his former owner. T Pilkingtou.
that the horse should not leave Great
Britain The previous record price
for a thoroughbred horse was $196.
875 for Flying Fox.
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SHARKS WERE
VERY DESPERATE
Sea Girt. N. I , luly 30 Thomas
Harris, a stenographer. 50 years old.
who was found dead from three bullet
wounds in the head near the summer;
home of Governor Fielder at the state
encampment reservation yesterday
had been gambling with militiamen
I encamped ehere ami w as probabl)
murdered for the money he won ac
cording to the theor entertained
by the police today. Harris was re-1
carried as a man of mystery" at the i
I encampment and little was known
of him except that he came from Dan
bun. Conn about a month aco The
police are still ronfident that the'
small revolver which Harris clutched il
in his band had not been used by
himself, the wounds being of a na-
ture that could not have been self
inflicted. He was evjdenth murdered IH
while walking from the state camp H
to his r..om. H
FISH SECURES BONDS
Chicago Julv 30. Joseph Fish, head
oi the firm of Joseph Fish and com- h
pany, public fire insurance adjusters, gH
who was made defendant in twelve H
indictments returned by the July
grand jury Monday In connection with H
an investigation made or Cbicaco's
alleged "arson trust,' surrendered In
the states attorney's office today and H
was releai d on bonds of $100,000. j
fPhonc 315
That's the BROWN'S: f
: ICE CREAM CO.
We Deliver M
Low Fares to J
Eastern Points 1
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OGDEN I
Vew York, via Standard Lines $86 50 H
New York, via Differential Lines 83 50 jH
Boston, via Standard Lines 86.50 H
Boston, via Differential Lines 82 50 H
$56.50 Memphis $59.85 H
Tt& . t. Louis 62.00
Omaha 40 00 Peoria 55.40

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