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' e"" ' " THE OGDEN STANDARD : OGDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1916. .
JFOUR DEATHS 01 IE
. LIE OF S, P.
! ; RAILROAD
I Four men, two trespassers and two
section laborers, met violent deaths
at different points on the Salt Lake
division of the Southern Pacific rail
.road during the past four days, ac-
cording to reports received and tabu
lated at the office of Division Clerk
Johnson in Ogden.
The first death reported was that
of Juan Ramos, a Mexican, on July
16, at Natchez. He was shot by E.
, Picchl, a fellow countryman, in a
fight- which marked the climax of a
( dunken carousel of Mexican section
hands. It is alleged that Ramos
; started the fight by wielding a razor
on Picchl. I
Near Bango, on the M. & C. branch,
Monday night, Jim Kelly, a section
hand was struck by train No. 24 and
instantly killed. According to the in
vestigation of the accident, Kelly had
been on a spree and left the section
'house on a motor car to go to Bango
, rfor some more liquor. He had evi-
dently left the car to walk Into the
station, taking tho middle of the rail
road track as a pathway and was not
seen by the engine crew until too
Jate to avoid a tragedy. This acci-
Ident happened about 11:30 p. m.
Train No. 19 was making its way
toward Hallcck, Nev., on tho same
day when, within a few miles o the
town, an unknown man was seen by
. the engine crew to walk out of the
tall weeds at the side of the right-of-way
and onto tho track. The on
Iglne was rounding a curve about 150
, 'feet away from tho trespasser when
!he was seen, at the rate of 35 miles
' an hour. Whether tho man was deaf
was not known, but he paid no at
I tention to the engine whistle and had
Ills back to tho train when it struck
j him. When picked up by the train
I crow, it was found that his head had
j been virtually cut In twain and one of
his legs broken.
Last night, at WoIseyP 30 miles
west of Imlay, tho dead body of an
unknown man was found at the side
of the track, by the crow of train No.
5. It is supposed that he was struck
"by another train, tho previous night
but, as no report of an accident was
made, It is thought that the accident
was not known by the crew of tho
train that struck him.
" Via Oregon Short Line
Salt Lake and return, $1.50; Brig
ham and return, 90c; Logan and re
turn, $2.60; and many other points.
Every Saturday and Sunday. Don't
return until Monday unless you want
i to. Advertisement.
! Real Esfate Transfers
; I Isaac Shupe and wife to George M.
j ; j James, the northwest and southeast
j quarters, and the southwest quarter ot
section 32,in township 7 north, range
I 2 east. Salt Lake meridian, 480 acres.
Also the south half of the southwest
i quarter of selection 33, township 7
, . north, range 2 east, Salt Lake meri
i L. G. Thayer and wife to Arthur
I Miller all of lot 5, in block 9, of Nob
i Hill addition to Ogden city survey. '
MOfflTI RESORT 10
. .Brigham city, July e20. Plans are
under way by the management of tho
Maple Springs Trout company to or
ganize a club with a membership of
three hundred to take over the hold
ings of the company and establish
ing a modern mountain resort near
Mantua. The company is operating a
fish hatchery South of Mantua, and
during the last few years the placo
has become very popular on account
of the excellent trout produced and
every Sunday many prominent men ot
the state visit the hatchery for trout
dinner. It is through this popularity
tha the officials have decided to
change from a private corporation (o
a club, and it is proposed to limit
the membership to 300 and allow each
man one share.
Among tho Improvements contem
plated are the erection of a modern
club house fully equipped, a dancing
pavilion and rearranging the grounds
toaccommodate a large number of
campers each summer. Already many
prominent men of Ogden, Salt Lake
and this city have applied for mem.
bership, and everything points to tho
successful launching of tho propose
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IM 06DEH VftLLEY
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again. They wanted chickens, pigs
and calves. Some of these things
were given up.
"We had hoped that soldiers would
be sent to protect us but insfead
Bishop Chauncey West of Ogdon sent
up six wagon loads of provisions and
some six head of cattle as a present
to tho Indians. At onco there was a
change. The Indians killed the cat
tle and had a great feast. After that
they vere very quiet and friendly.
"That was the favorite method of
the pioneers in dealing with the In
dians. It was found to be cheaper
to feed them than to fight them."
Went Back to Huntsvllle.
Mrs. Jessop was born in Ogden, in
Bingham's Fort, near Five Points.
Last year she visited Huntsville for
the first time in years. She rode into
the little Ogden Valley town in an
interurban car on the new electric
road and says she found little difficul
ty in. identifying old locations, Includ
ing the scene of the Indian fight.
Via Oregon Short Line
Salt Lake and return, $1.10; Brig
ham and return, 65c; and rany other
points. On sale every Sunday. Advertisement.
BLACK note book with Troy Laundry
slips. No. 8. Return to Troy Laun
dry. Reward. 7-20-2L
Bank of Ogden
One of the most dependable banking houses of
Ogden and the Western country.
Increased business marks its career, and satis-
J faction to customers bespeak its popularity.
j At the close of business June 30th,
its loans and discounts amounted to
i 1 $633,788.97 and cash due from banks
; I figured $228,542.21
MAKE YOUR SAVINGS DEPOSITS WITH THE
t BANK AND OPEN UP A REGULAR ACCOUNT
T. D. Ryan, President
George McCormick, Vice-President . ?
F. J. Kiesel, Vice-President
1 Jos. Williams, Vice-President
I Chas. H. Gosling, Vice-President
1 J. C. Nye, Vice-President
; I F. J. Vicks, Cashier
I S. G. Dye, Asst. Cashier. '
I 24th Street an 4 Hudson Avenue.
FIFTY-FIVE CHEWS I
Fred C. Smith, assistant superin
tendent of the Salt Lake division of
the Southern Pacific, has . returned
from an Inspection trip to Sparks,
Nev. He reports freight traffic on the
division still on the incrase, 65 freight
crews now being in service on the
The movement of the annual crop
of cantaloupes and watermelons from
tho San Joaqulm valley has now be-
gun, Mr. Smith stated this morning,
and it is expected that 3000 cars of I
tho fruit will be shipped east, over
the Southern Pacific and Union Pa-
clfic railroads before the season Is
Now being a permanent resident
of Ogden, Mr. Smith brought his au
tomobile back with him from Sparks
and last night drove it for the first
time through Ogden canyon. This 5
ride, he declares was "great" f
Deaths and Fenerals 1
KOLDEWYN The funeral of Mrs. i
Annie Koldewyn was held yesterday A
afternoon in tho First ward chapel, 3
with Bishop D. H. Ensign presiding, Jj
Special music was furnished by Miss k
Jennie Thorstenson, Avho sang "Beau- $
tiful Islo of Somewhere" and "Even
tide." Tho speakers were Peter Lam-
mers, J. W. F. Volker, Charles Tillot-
son, Mrs. Martha Critchlow and Bish-
op Ensign. Interment was in the city i
cemetery, the grave being dedicated
by Frank Scoville.
m BROKEN BY
John S. Lewis Is recovering from an tj
accident which caused the breaking &
of both bones of the right arm just
above the wrist.
Mrs. Lewis was cranking his car, t
tho automatic starter of which had
refused to work, and he received a rc
kickback of such force as to snap tho
Tom Yuen and Joe Lee, Chinese,
were arrested last night at 2462 Lin
coln avenue and 2459 Grant avenue,
respectively, by Sergeants Peterson
and Kelllher and Detective Syphers
on charges of gambling. They were
released on payment of 250 bail each
and the bail was forfeited in police
court this morning.
At the same session of court,
Charles Flaner, an alleged drunk, for
feited $5 and Carl Nordquist, found
guilty of drunkenness was sentenced
to serve five days in jail. Five other
drunks were given suspended sen
I Simon Baird wronged a woman,
H stole a man's fortune, lashed a serv
1 ant with a mule whip. Twenty years
I later, he came to buy an Invention,
and dined and slept in the house with
I these three people. During the night,
I he was murdered. The next day the
I young Inventor had a torn and pasted
I $1000 bill which was in Baird's pos-
session the previous day. Who killed
I Simon Baird?- That is the plot of
H "By Whose Hand?" in which. Edna
H Wallace Hopper, Charles J. Ross and
H Muriel Ostriche appear. It is an
I Equitable feature, in which the fate
ffi of the man accused of murder is left
in tho hands of the audience. Be
ffl sure to attend the performance ot
M "By Whose Hand?" at the Utah the
m atre today and tomorrow, and cast
W your ballot either for or against the
H accused. Advertisement.
I AT SPPENCER, IDAHO.
Mrs. J. H. Thomas and daughters,
Marorie and Dorothy, nave gone' to
Spencer, Idaho, to visit several weeks
with Mrs. Hugh C. Wood. Mr. Hugh
C. Wood. Mr. Thomas will join them
ON EASTERN TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reinshriber
have gone east on a trip that will in
clude visits to Chicago, New York
Washington, Cleveland, Boston and
other large market centers. Mr. Rein
shrlber will combine business with
pleasure, by purchasing fall and win
ter stock for the National Outfitting
company of which he is manager.
Mrs. H. H. Spencer, Miss Rhea
Packard and Lowell Tackettt have re
turned from Hawthorne, Nov., where
they spent the past three weeks vis
iting Mrs. Spencer's son, L. B. Spen
cer, and Mrs. L. B. Spencer' sister
Iof Mr. Tackett. Tho party made the
trip by automobile .and 'visited at
Elko, Austin and Walker lake before
returning to Ogdon.
Members of the Heatherbell club
I mot at the homo of Mrs. F,rank Corr,
1 I j
J In tlie Banking Business of 'TV' 1
Nationalized in 1883, succeeding ' r-s-.i . . ..
the firm of Guthrie, Dooly and 7- . ;f
Co. aijd J. E. Dooly and Co, j
. f ' f Agreeable to our policy and con- j i
; - V ' - ' stant aim of over 30 years, our
.4;: : ;-;V:'' ' officers and directors are j L
" . ... ., ?' pleased to offer all possible aid 8
to meritorious propositions. j
I Ralph E. floag, President -
H. J. Peery, Vice President W. H. Harris, Director i. $-X
W. J. Parker, Vice President M. V. Dooly, Director
Chas. E. Kaiser, Vice President J. E. Dooly, Director '' S
A. V. Mcintosh, Cashier Paul M. Lee Asst. Cashier.- v; S j .
. . .WE .PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS :., ': ' ; I
" SOUTH EAST CORNER 24TH AND WASHINGTON I
on East Twelfth street yesterday aft
ernoon and brought with, them all
the young folks of the family. To
gain admission to the festivities each
woman was required to bring at least
one child. Forty-six little folks of
various ages enjoyed to their heart's
content tho amusement on. tho lawn,
playing games, for which awards were
made. Later in tho afternoon, re
freshments were served, consisting
of Ice cream and cake and other des
serts. Following the good time af
forded the youngsters the club mem
bers held their business meeting.
FOR RETURNED MISSIONARY.
Tomorrow evening In the Eighth
ward at 8 o'clock a welcome home re
ception will be tendered Elder James
McKay, who has been laboring in the
mission field in the southern states
for the nast twenty-five months. A
pleasant program for the evening's
enjoyment has been arranged and a
good time is anticipated. Mr. Mc
Kay will give a short address.
DEPART FOR COAST.
Miss Letha and Florence Zimmer
man departed for Los Angeles and
San Diego last Saturday afternoon.
DEPARTS FOR ALAMEDA.
Mrs. Charles W. Cummings and two
daughters, Frances and Alice. Eliza
beth departed for their home in Ala
meda, Calif., yesterday morning after I
a pleasant six week's visit with rela
tives and friends In. Ogden and vi
cinity. Mrs. Cummings visited with
her sister, Mrs. A. Scherer, 823 Can
yon Road and her mother Mrs. Wal
ter Hadley at West Weber and other
relatives. Mrs. Cummings formerly
resided In this city and has a host of
friendB here. '
SILVER REVIEW NO. 1 MEETING.
Friday evening, July 21, Mrs.
Hedge, state commander for the-Woman's
Benefit association of the Mac
cabees, will be present at the regu
lar meeting of Silver Review No. 1.
Mrs. Hedge will confer both the first
and second degrees on a large class
of candidates. The second degtrea
promises to be especially interesting
as Mrs. Hedge brings seventy netf
lantern slides which will be seen fof
the first time in Ogden, being pro
jected by tho large stereoptlcon
which is the property of the local
Review. All members are assured of
a very interestingand profitable eve
ning on, this occasion.
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i p. party mm
I OGDEN ON A
' MOTOR CI
E. L. Friesc, general storekeeper
with .headquarters at Omaha; G. J.
Adamson, division engineer, and J. A.
Ottman, division 'roadmaster1, with
headquarters at Cheyenno, and R. J.
Bond, roadmaster. with headquarters
at Evanston, of tho Union Pacific rail
road, were in Ogden a short time yes
terday afternoon, completing an in
They made the trip over tho new
double track district and to Ogden on
a motor car, and lis principnl pur
pose was to givoIr. Frlese an op
portunity to check up the handling of
material on the new construction and
Read the Classified Ads.
ON EXT SUNDAY
Preparatory to the baseball game,
which is to be played by the Utamade
and Utah Power and Light teams of
Ogden on Pioneer Day, as an after
noon feature of the official program,
the Utamade team is to cross bats
Sunday afternoon at Glonwood with
tho Southern Pacific nine.
The "S. P." boys have been playing
independent ball all season and have
met and defeated a number of out of
town teams on both local nnrl fnrnfjm
diamonds. Several of the players,
notably Cox, Owens, Mann, Stewart,
Brooks and Nerden were among tho
dependable members of last year's
city league teams. The new men In
tho lineup are Dahlenburg, second
baseman; Tracey, pitcher; and Jen
sen, center-fielder. This trio has
shown up well in the games thus far
played. Tracey, in particular, being
considered the pitching "find" of the
present season among the amateurs.
The contest will begin at 3:30
o'clock and It Is expected that the
Southern Pacific shopmen will be on
hand In large numbers to root for their
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Oracle "Temptation and the Man,"
"Never Again Eddie" and a Nestor
comedy, 12 to 11.
Lyceum "Peg 'o the Ring," No. 3;
"His Brother's Pal." and "Cupid Trims
His Lordship," 11 to 11.
Alhambra Kitty Gordon In "The
Crucial Test" and Billle Burke in
"Gloria's Romance," 2 to 11.
Ogden William Collier, Jr., in "The
Bugle Call," and the Keystone com
edy, "Bath Tub Perils," 2 to 11.
Utah Muriel Ostriche, Charles
Ross and Edna Wallace Hopper in
"By Whose Hand," a five-act photo
drama, and a comedy, 2 to 11.
Social, Fraternal Societies.
Eighth Ward Party.
Stated Fraternal Meetings.
Woodmen of World.
Baptist Prayer meeting.
ICJTY GETS REPORT
Oi LI SUITS
In tills morning's meeting of the
city commissioners, the following re
sult of law suits against the city were
Tho case of Eva P. Lewis versus
Ogden city resulted in the city ob
taining the right-of-way for its water
pipe line upon payment of $100 for
land, $200 damage on account of con
struction; coats of action $G7.10, and
The case of Parrott Brothers versus
Ogden City resulted in judgment fori
tho-plaintiff . amounting to $7.73.64;
costs of suit $27.50. and steel joints
were awarded to the city, amounting
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and deep appreciation to all
who tendered their' kindly offices and
words of consolation during the long
illness, death and funeral of our be
loved husband and father, W. L. Rus
sell. To the Reverend Carver and
singers and to the friends who offer
ed the beautiful floral tributes, also
to the friends who tendered the use
of automobiles we especially desire to
express our appreciation.
MRS. MARY D. RUSSELL AND
ST DARK CORNER
Property owners, numbering 28,
have petitioned the city commission
ers to place a light on Twenty-sixth
street, between Grant and Lincoln
The petition states that the heavy
foliage, trees, etc., provides an .ideal
loitering place for undesirables, a
number of hold-ups having occurred
HOCUSED OF MURDER
Channing Pollock and Rennold
Dolf, well-known theatrical critics of
New York City, co-authors in the new
Equitable film production in which
Edna Wjallace Hopper, Charles J
Ross' and Muriel Ostriche are fea
tured. They have provided for a com
plete assertion of women's rights in
this picture, as the hero
in the hands of tho audience, and
it is within their power to free the
man or send tfilm to the electric
chair. Women will cast their ballots
along with the men, and much inter
est is being manifested in the out
come, as this is the first time in
history that women have been called
upon to act as a jury for a handsome
young man accused of murder. Come
early. Utah theatre. Advertisement
At Philadelphia First game:
, , R.H.E.
Cleveland 030 001 0004 8 2
Philadelphia 010 000 0012 6 2
Batteries Beobe and O'Neil"
Sheehan, Meyer and Meyers, Carroll
At Cincinnati First game:
Philadelphia . ..000 000 0066 9 0
Cincinnati . ...000 000 0000 2 4
Batteries Alexander and Kiln,
fer; Toney and WIngo.
A minimum weekly wage of $8.5(
for experienced women and girls om
Ployed in retail stores is provldedTy
the Massachusetts law that went intn
effect January 1. The number af
reeled by tho new law Is estimated
to be over 10,000. "'.eu
Road the Classified Ads
El (MOTION 1
New Constitution and New ' j
Name for Organization )
City to Be Selected. f!j
Washington, July 20. Election of Ul
officers and adoption of a constitu
tion today practically concluded busi-
nfisq in tha - i - Bfi
Postmaster's nineteenth annual con- Jh
vention. President Wilson and sev- W
eral cabinet officers will attend a $
Colin M. Selph of St. Louis, presi
dent, Eugene H. Shannon of Nash- ft !
ville, Tenn., secretary, and Frank C ";
Stltes of Harrisburg, Pa., treasurer,
all were re-elected. T;
C. O. Dunbar, Santa Rosa, Call- ;
fornia, was elected a vice president.
t,A "ew ame for the organization,
the National Association of Presiden
tial Postmasters of the United States : : "
was provided in the new constitu
tion adopted. .
The. executive committee will fix
the time and place of next year's
IS CLEARING (IP ,
Settlement by Joint Commis
sion Only Awaits Approval
of President Wilson and
m?8hwB Hu' July 20--Announce-
ment that the settlement of the dlf- "
Z?nvLhetWe,?nJhe United States !
and Mexico will be made through a fi"
joint commission is looked for in the
immediate future. f-
nn?nroSPI?V? by Present Wilson
S 2,!5eJai Carranza is needed, it
was said today.
mlMloif10 be (ionferrefi on a com
mission, if one is agreed nn hnvo
formed ne of the chlf fepe0dln0sn'0 s! L ;
bXeSi lAPtPirelini,nary neS"ations ' -
Piiwn a CiIn&, Secretary Polk and
dorSdes,g;rar?ed.0nd0' ambassa' 'J
Henry P. Fletcher, American am- ! ' 1
bassador-designate toMexlS Twill g
to "Sol V th0 8ltuaton continues I a
to clear, It was understood today. 1
nn ' a
SMALL BUILDINGS I
TO BE ERECTED !
,u,;7s minding permlfs: l J f 0
residence n?5Um a 0ne-str' ft
tlethstreet w aouth side of Tnil" E f e
Alf .soranuncosn"SoSOn I S
bu SSE W'a oneSSj- brick I Se
During on Hudson avenue, to cost 1