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33 DAILY STA1TDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 16 1910
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At Fountains EJsovefhero I
Ask for
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HORL CK9 r
The Original and Genuine
MALT D M tL
The Fooddrink for All b
At restaurants hotels and fountains
Delicious invigorating and sustaining
Keep it on your sideboard at home
Dont travel without it
A qnick lunch prepared in a minute
Take no imitation Just say HORLICKS1
fa Mo Ooenfno OB Trust I
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Begi Now I
If you have never used a I
BELL TELEPHONE in
your office or home have I
one or more installed
youll soon wonder how
you did without It The
time you save the results
you obtain will more than
pay the small cost
REASONABLE RATES
Call the Manager
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BELL f
SERVICE r
IS SATISFACTORY i
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FACTORY
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UrAD NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN r UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPON6IB1LITY WARRANT
J E Dooly Prodent
Horace E Pccry VlceProtl
Marold J Peory VloePrce
Ralph E Hoag Caohlor
A V Mctntooh A aot Cashier
U 8 DEPOSITARY
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF OfiDEN I DTAfl
Capital and Undivided Profits
27500000
David Eccles Pre
G Ji Tribe Vlce Pre
John Watson VlcePrea
M Browning VlcoPres
John Pingree Cashier
Jan F Burton Ajsct Cashier
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Successor to Allen Transfer Co
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VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
ON8 PIANO FURNITURE AND
SAFE MOVING
J08 2Sth St Both Phones 321
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
md Phono two ringsNo 56
Bell Phone No 322
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 55
Bell Phone one ring No 56
RAN Of
fERENCES
Dr R W Green and wife have re
turned to Ogden from a visit in Cali
fornia
EXCURSIONS NORTH via Oregon
Short Line Saturday August 20th
Secure your tickets and full Informa
tion at City Ticket Office 2514 Wash
ington avenue Both phones 372
A U Krabbo of the Devils Slide
COntent works Is at the Reed accom
panied by F p Lluhard and C Tan
tlppidou of Now York
Call Allon pt ones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
r specialty Also prompt delivery of
Aa H2 26th
Mrs T R Austin has returned to
her home at Grand Junction Colo
rado after a pleasant vsit In this
city with friends and relatives
Get your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Lino tickets at tho oUlco In ho
Opera Ilouco Block Dont force your
self to stand in line at the DepoL
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Horbort James Klllhrui aged 29 of
Shoshone Idaho and Mrs Mattie B
Bradford aged 38 of Montrose Colo
wore issued a license to wed yester
day afternoon
For SaleOhI mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard olllce
Roy TC Holm representing the
Wiley Way through Yellowstone
park Is lu Ogden on business relative
to the entertainment of Ogdenltes
who arc contemplating u trip through
Americas Wonderland
Advertisers must have their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which the advertise
ment is to appear in order to insure
publication
Billiard Cue Spoils Features
George Arrovllo a Greek was arrest
ed yesterday for disturbing the peace
Ho is charged with having become
involved in a fight with Sam McCarty
in which the latter was severely
pounded with a blllard cup and other
wise misused at the expense of his
features and disposition
ANTEDClcau whlto raga at ths
Standard
Young Hunters Apprehended Ben
Shelley aged J2 and Leo Sullivan
aged 14 Salt Lake boys who left
home last week to hunt Indians in tho
wilds of Idaho were apprehended last
evening oy Patrolman Kelllher and
Detective Chambers and are being
hold at tho police station pending the
arrival of their respective fathers
from Zion
Napped Under Lawn Spray Carl
Smith a young Gorman was found
by Patrolman Kelllher last evening
taking a nap under a lawn spray at
Wall avenue and Twentysixth streeL
He was awakened from his dreams
and taken to the police station where
be found to be Buffering with a cry
jag and dreamy recollections of hav
ing boon assullod by 17 men who
blamed him for being a Gorman
Expects Revival of Buoiness
George II Peterson and children oE
Rock Springs Wyoming is visiting
his father John P Peterson 25C9
Quincy avenue Mr Peterson is in
the mercantile business at Rock
Springs and states that while things
aro a bit quiet thorp at this time ow
ing to the closing down of a number
of the cnal mines the approach or
winter will necessitate resuming
work at the mines and u consequent
revival of all lines of business
Continued on Paso Seven
GLEN TOUT INJURED
AT r RE iSlAND
Word baS boon received from Marc i
Island that Glon Tout of Ogden who
enlisted in tho marine service several
weeks ago and was transferred to the
proving grounds at Mare Island was
injured recently during gun practice
Tho S inch gun practice was In
progress and young Touts ears had
net become accustomed to the strain
with tho result that his hearing was
furiously affected
lie wan sent to the hospital where
the surgeons ascertained that the
ear drums were not broken but had
been injured by compression caused
by the heavy detonations of the guns
The last report regarding the pa
tients condition was to the effect
that he would soon bo recovered and
ready for duty again
MAY 13E CASt Of
r IST AKt tDETTY
George Tarns was arrested by Pa
trolman Peterson yesterday on a war
rant Issued fast week charging him
with disturbing the peace
Tarns IB accused of having accost
ed a colored woman lu Electric alloy
last week and on being ordered away
from her premises it is claimed that
ho struck her a vicious blow on the
head rendering her unconscious
Yesterday the woman noticed her
assailant passing through tho alloy
and secured his arrest Tarus claims
that It Is a case of mistaken identity
amid has summoned witnesses to prove
an alibi Tho woman will bo in po
llco court today with her witnesses
STOCKTON CAL FIRE
Stockton Cal Aug 16A ware
house In tho western part of the city
burned early this morning The loss
including 30QO tons of hay In the
building was approximately 10000
READ TIIJ CLASS ADS TODAV
I JUDGE HOWEll
SYES DEGISlor
Tentative Victory for City in Suit
Against SecoudKand
Merchants
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Judge J A Howell of tho District
Court yesterday afternoon denied
I tho motion of dismissal made by the
defendants in the case of the City
of Ogden against P f Weeper and
George 0 McBrlde and the local
secondhand dealers The courts de
cision Is consdered a teuatlvo vic
tory for the city which has brought
suit against tho secondhand merch
ants to force them into paying u II
censo for conducting business In Og
den
In the attempt of the defendants
counsel to have the case thrown out
of court it was charged that the li
cense ordlnanco which the city Is at
tempting to enforce Is Invalid be
cause It Is discriminatory and gives
to the city council and the mayor an
unwarranted delegation of power To
prove that tho ordinance IB of a dis
criminating character the following
was quoted from Section 512
If any person shall furnish such
evidence as shall satisfy the Council
Committee on License that he by
reason of misfortune or physical in
firmities merits exemption from tho
payment of any license herein re
quired the mayor may remit such Jb
conse upon tho recommendation of u
majority of such Committee provided
that no license to manufacture or
sell intoxicating liquors shall be re
mitted
Tho Judge In rendering his decis
ion concedes that the quoted passage
from the ordlnanco Is undoubtedly In
ald but that this part of tho ordin
ance is not tantamount to the whole
and does not render tho oiltlro ordin
ance invalid
The Utah Canning company flied
an answer in the District Court yes
terday afternoon to the complaint in
tho damage suit brought against tho
cannery by Freeman A Murray
guardian of lames F Murray who
was Injured in the defendants fac
tory on the seventeenth day of last
January
rho complaint charges that young
Murray at the limo of his Injury was
employed iu the cannery though not
yet fifteen years of age and that the
Injury sustained by the boy was of so
severe nature that it necessitated the
imputation of a portion of tho right
leg The answer admits that such
an accident occurred on the dale
quoted in thc complaint but denies
that the defendant company had anv
knowlodgo that the victim was under
fifteen years of age when he was em
ployed by tho company Tho answer
charged that thc accident was in no
manner the fault of the companv but
was solely to the negligency of tho
victim and to want of euro and pru
dence on tho part of his follow ser
vants
Bm SmPMfNT
Of PEACHES
This seasons crop of Elberta
peaches is the best I have Over seen
in this region said Manager John
Dorrig of the Pioneer Fruit company
lust evening Weber county ship
ment of peaches this year will be in
the neighborhood of 200 carloads
Last year fifteen carloads were ship
ped to outside markets
The opinion of Mr Derrlg regard
ing Wober county peaches is of more
than ordinary interest inasmuch as
he declares that not only Is the qual
ity far better than the average this
year but that the crop Is much heav
ier throughout the county Utah
poaches will soon ho on the eastern
markets as California shipments arc
about finished for his season
Tile following letter has been received
I
ceived from the Pioneer Fruit com
pany relative to Utah fruit and will
provo interesting to fruit growers
generally
Wo want to call attention to the
poach growers of this district that
they have tho hest and most perfect
Elberta peach that was ever raised In
the state of Ulan We are advertis
ing this fact amongst our agents all
over the United States and getting
them Interested It is Up to the
grower now to do his part and grade
and put up tho best pack ho knows
1ow and It Is tine opportunity of his
life to make a reputation for Utah
fruit With tho price they are pay
ing for Elbertas and the prospects
of their going higher it will be a
great advertisement for the state
Wo aro at present booking orders
Iltsri cents f o b which wo hope
to raise to 100 Inside of a week as
peaches aro gradually getting scarc
er and prices gradually going high
or Yours truly
THE PIONKKU FRUIT COMPANY
John Derrig Mgn
MAN ARRESTfO IS
ANTED iN COLORADO
An arrest was made In Ogden yes
terday by Detective Ponder which
may produce sensational develop
ments within the next twentyfour
hours Tho man arrosted is W F
Vernon who IS wanted In Cripple
Creek Colo for forgery and obtain
ing money under false pretences
Vernon Is the man who created
porno excitement in police circles
week by claiming that he had
i robbed of 5200 In a gambling
oiiao on Twentyfifth street Oil
eels wero detailed to accompany him
to the place indicated but they were
Be mont Schoo
FOR BOYS
Belmont California Irifcte1 ±
So DC San Fnc
it irjlnc to do for ibc rwril jrbyilcJl and Infcllrctiul IIel
lee of In bore wmat crcrr tho thtlnl pitcut most wiilin 10
hue done mu location trronr4 ilr Jlrrnioni and Ircifti
dons 01 town or elly the Bncnru 01 in dicitfr the brjmr
ol lu haunt ant mends IU rant and iilftctliirntii oc
ttrt lorrundinC country are mon helot Oui new
dwnliorr oith cmfnt pluirr fmUh frrinlib lit roof wKlie
tiledtath and drawer loomfo team hewed ndlrctlc Itbled
It unurr Hsl for biuty cr mlort md tcilthdilocit Aifc
cur puronr oar triJuitM and our boys aUwl us ao1 wrle
m lor lyrtificlnfornuiioo
WHo f REID A bt Htrrtrd Hud J huttt
wTh1D jSLAAlHuatdAri HcadloJutU
Jelled admittance by thoso in charge
and as there was u lack of proof that
a felony had geed fiohiniltted war
rants enabling the officers to demand
admittance could not bo secured
Vernon camo to Ogden August 8
and registered at the Heed under the
name of Adams A few days ago a
iung woman arrived and registered
at tho same Motel as Miss Adams
and claimed to be a daughter of tho
man the latter oxchangcd hls room
lor a double sable which Ho occupied
in company with tho woman until his
arrest yesterday
A LIVE WIRE
Tho Smithsonian Business College
has boon a live wire for tho past nine
tern years and with Prof Smith In
continuous management will open
Sipt f for Its twentieth year The
Western Union the Pacific Railways
the business men of Ogden and its
TOO graduates all unite iu the state
ment that its live wire never mis
leads till public nor tells a prospec
tive student a false story to get his
money
RtCRUITS UiYiEO fOR
THf r ARINt SEC
Ten recruits for the Marine ser
vice wero accepted last week by thus I
local recruiting officer and are now
on their way to San Francisco for en
listment Tlieso ten wore those who
wore passed out of CJ applicants ex
amined by Recruiting Surgeon U A I
McCune of Ogden Out of tho ton
mentioned throe are transients and
seven aro Utah mon
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The names of the recruits are John
Kramlcr William Kling Joseph Ryan
George Williams Milton Smith Lewis
Johnson and Walter Howard of Utah
Harry Lumloy New York Thomas
Davis New York and Charles Mor
ley Pennsylvania
wFICE
To Examiner Creditors
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tho District Court of tho Second
Judicial District of the Slate of Utah
within and for > bor county
In Inn matter of the assignment of
B 1L Bowman and Paul M Lee co
partners under tin firm name of the
Ogdou Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Tho undersigned hereby gives no
tice of Us appointment as assignee of
the estate of B IL Bowman and Paul
M Leo Insolvent debtors doing busi
ness undo the name and style of
Ogden Morning Examiner at Og
den Web or county Utah to the cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit the
same with tho necessary vouchers In
the manner and Within tho period of
time ptovldod for by law to the un
dersigned al No 319 First National
Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREE NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DeVlnc Attorneys for As
signee No 3011 First National Bank
building
PIONHR OF UTAH
PASSES AWAY
Salt Lake Aug 15Tohn McDon
ald sr a resident of Salt Lake City
since 1819 and one of the best
known men in the state died at 1015
oclock this morning at his summer
home in the southeastern part of the
city from old age and general debil
ity At the time of his death Mr
McDonald was lu his eightyfirst year
having been born April 11 1830 llo
ilirol surrounded by his family and
friends having lived to a ripe old age
and In the full consclousmss of a life
well spent In promoting tho welfare
of his family and friends his city
and state his Church and of human
ity in general
In all his years John McDonald
was an active spirit and did mtuh In
the way of assisting In tho material
progress of tho city and stale of his
choice He was u cabinet maker by
tiade and In the early days ho man
ufactured coding and household fur
niture for many prominent residents
of the slate On the advice of Presi
tipiit Brigham Young ho entered into
Im manufacturing business and man
ufactured candy crackers and arctic
water his goods Uniting a ready mar
ket Ho became an extensive prop
erty owner in this city and was Iden
tified for many years with the bus
HOPS progress of the city His son
James G McDonald took Up the busi
ness and Is now the head of perhaps
HIP largest candy cocoa and choco
late manufactories of the west
COURT AND ASSIGNEES
NEW DEAL AT PROVO
Provo Aug IGIn the fourth dis
trict court today tho case of B L
Mclnlnger ct ul va Thomas Broad
bent ot al came on for hearing on
the order to show cause why a receiv
er should not be appointed to take
charge of the business of George Pas
soy t Co merchants of this city of
which Walter Wright and Thomas
Hiondhent were appointed assignees
December oj last After hearing the
evidence and arguments Judge Booth
appointed Edward L Jones to suc
ceed Wright and Broad ellt Mr
Jones bonds were fixed at 25000 and
ho will at once take charge of the
business of the George Passoy com
pany which has been organized and
Incorporated sincq the former assign
ment and will ndmlnistPi It for the
benefit of the creditors The amount
of liabilities at the Ump of the as
signment December last was given
as about 17000 After the assign
ment Wriaht withdrew or failed to
perform any of the duties of assig
nee and Broadhcnt turned tin prop
erty over to the assignees who then
Incorporated the George Passoy com
pany and as such took over the bus
mess and have boon conducting it
since The plaintiffs in the proceed
ings which wornheard this morning
allecr that Ihp creditors of George
Passer z Co 11fVCnft boon paid
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FATE FA SPEEDER
Gunnor Biffwoo tho mlllonniro
aUrtcd oJT lot a banquet and was
nrrpfltPd for 8peedlup
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HORAIN8 f POLICE
FORGt QUITS JOB
Salt Lake Aug 15A feature that
bras u peculiar twist In the warfare
IsHween the offices of the chief of
police and thC chief of detectives Is
that Chief of Police Barlow htiK no
I Jurisdiction In llio matter of the res
I ignation of Mr Shoots On July II
1008 the mayor approved an ordi
nance eating the office of chief of
drlecll > sand Gee A Sheets was
appointed by the mayor to the office
Under the created office Sheets and
Parlow stand on the same footing
both appointees of the mayor mJ it
is to the mayor that Mr Shorts
siould present his resignation from
the onice which he has held
In one or two quarters of the police
department It was whispered today
that it would be no surprise to ace
George Shoots soon back In tho har
ness as chief of police instead of
simply chief detective
Chief of Detectives Gcirgc A
Sheets the accredited brains of the
police department resigned from his I
office yesterday afternoon
Chief of Police Barlow promptly I
pa senl It to the council at its meet
ing tonight I
I have absolutely nothing to say
Mr Sheets handed me his resignation
and I took It Thats all there is to
IlChlef of Police S M Barlow
11 rcslgnod Former Chief of De
tectives George A Sheets
With the startling surprise of the
unexpected bursting of a bomb shell
the rupture within the ranks of the
American1 party as confined within
the police end of the city administra
tion came to the opon climax yester
day afternoon when In the passion of
a heated Interview Chief of Detect
ives George A Sheets throw his res
Irnatlon al Chief of Police S M Bar
low
lowTho
Tho resignation read
Salt Lake City Utah
S M Barlow Chief of Police
I hereby respectfully hand you my
resignation to take effect Immediate
ly Aug 14 1010
GEORGE A SHEETS
Chief of Detectives
Aside from tho sicl lodgement of
the resignation and Us acceptance
the affair is shrouded In the air nf
reticence Former Chief Sheet ad
mits only that ho resigned Chief
of Police Barlow In candid manner
admits to the extent of receiving the
resignation and of his purpose of
presenting It to the city council to
rlqlu but IK uncertain an lo future
action saying that there IB no hurry
about l considering a successor to thy I
tikes of the chief of dctertlves De
tectives officers and patrolmen are
loath to talk an t prefer to be simp
ly spectators in the showdown bat
tle between the two chiefs Sheets
and Barlow
The few who venture to express
their opinion however say that the I
rupture was Inevitable and the cul
mination of an internlclne light that
began with the appointment of Chif
Barlow to his position The culmina
tion it Is said came through the al
tempt of the city administration as
represented by Chief of Police Bar
low to drive the scarlet women Into
the walled city controlled by Belle
London and to close tho uptown
houses In this endeavor Chief of
Detective Sheets balked and when
Ids plain clothes mon were ordered
to watch Fund patrol the uptown hous
es It is said he countermanded the
orders of the chief of police
Warm Debate
The situation reached its climax
terday afternoon when In the
private office of the chief of police
Sheets and Barlow threw down their
cards Sheets was called Into the
private room of Chief Barlow shortly
there is not divulged except that af
ter an hours argument in which the
voices were raised to a pitch Sheets
wont Into his own office and a few
minutes afterwards hauded the chief
of police his resignation
When interviewed this morning
Chief of Police Barlow was noncom
municative In answer to a question
aa to what statement ho wished to
make he said
There is nothing lo say whatever
Mr Sheets gave mo his resignation
ziiid I will present it to the council
tonight 1 dont care to discuss the
matter and have nothing to say
about iL
When asked If he would appoint a
successor to fill Mr Sheets position
Chief Barlow replied
I havent given that part of it any
thought and anyway theres no hur
ry Mr Sheets was equally noncom
mittal answering only and with hU
smile I resigned Thats all there
is to It
The Career of Sheets I
George Sheets known after the Mc
Whirtor scandal an Honest George
Sheets ban been Identified with the
police department for 20 years with
1iit slight Interruption During the
time ho was not engaged in this de
partment he has been connected with
mereanlilo establishments as house
tVtcctive Ho does not deny that ho
has received many flattering offers to
Join the forces of largo detective con
cerns In the east and with tho rail
road detective force in the west J
The name of Sheets hag been cou
pled with the arrest of some of the
I
I worst criminals the west has kuown
lu the last 20 years To the criminal
fraternity he has been known as I
Long George By his enemies It is
admitted that If he wants to get a
criminal he can get him but his
enemies and many others say that it
la not always the case that he wants
lo get all of tho criminals and when
many deals have been made between
the detective and the criminal Ans
wering this his friends will point
cut that he has never boon connected
uf any unlawful deals with tho under
WTrld Even at that however the
evidence In thc Infamous McWhlrter
I poker robbery Is still fresh in the
memory of many
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I MAY REVEAL A PLOT
OF GREAT MAGNITUDE
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Now York Aug lOUnlted States
I customs inspectors recently made a I
seizure of opium In Hoboken N1
which it Is behavior may reveal a
I plot of great magnitude to swindle
the government Three arrosls wen
made and tho mon were charged
with having brought in J2 pounds of
opium bought in Shanghai
Congress passed a hill in February
which makes It a crime 10 havo opium
without proof of purchase from an
HUlhorlml source of supply The
penally is not more than 5000 nor
ICES than fiO fine or not more than
two years luiplrsonment or both
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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Cheyenne and return 2250
Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo and return 2250
Omaha Kansas City St Joseph and return 4000
Chicago Ill and return 5500
St Louis Mo and return c49 on
St Paul Minneapolis and return 5200
Tickets on sale Aug 16th and 17th transit limit ten days going
final return limit Oct 31st Stopovers allowed in both directions
within these limits
For berth reservations and full information call on or address
City Ticket Office 2614 Washington avenue Ogden Utah
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It is a true axiom that nothing is perfect until it is simple
All our men of middle life will remember the old powderhorn
capbox and shot pouch how cumbersome and slow it was
when loading the oldfnshioued shotgun But now it is dif
ferent the cap powder and shot are all in one shell
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f Thou unpleasant it must have been for Maltha WaBhing
Lon and all the ladies of her day lo cook in the old fire place
with its dutch oven mid spit If time could only be unrolled
and bring them back to life again how pleased they would be
lo work in one of our modern kitchens where gas is tiled It
would be like a dream to them until they could be convinced of
its reality
One lady says II I would not sell my gas slovp if I could
not get another An engineer on the Short Lino says I cook
my breakfast since 1 put in the gas hut it is too quick for me
it gets things ready before T can get dressed
1 Gag is the thing all right try it
ArmoU1ler Car of Gas
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Soves Arrive
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I Those waiting for gas ranges will please call and select
before they are nil gone
UT AU LIGHT
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Railway
Tickets on Sale August 16 and 17 limited
to October 3ist 1910
rt Iitgh class trains morning noon and
Ji > evening direct to Union Station Chi
n cago
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Low fares to many oilier Eastern destinations
For further information address
H H MUNKINS Traveling Passenger Agt
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OGDEN UTAH
Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates
of Deposit
CAPITAL 10000000
SURPLUS 11500000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier
J TvT Browning VicePrest J E Halveraoa Asst Caahr
G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiora
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