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8 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 I
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0 2Sc Giove Sale Thursday a m morning we will at
place on sale 450 pair of 100 to J50l2 to 16 0
button length silk and lisle long gloves Your Choice Jaillj
Seve Them On Display In OurMiddle Window
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Begin Now I
If you have never used a
BELL TELEPHONE in
your office or home have
one or more installed
youll soon wonder how
r you did without it Tho
time you save the results
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Call the Manager
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SERVICE
IS SATIS
FACTORY
MITCHELL BROS
Great Sale of Monumental Work
Pny no attention to lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big
commissions to agents but eou
us wo cau nave you money
Yards 2003 Jefcrson
OGiJEN TURF EXC HUUiE
326 25th street
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Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
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UNION DEPOT
TIME CARD
S EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910
Mountain Time
DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R
DJ1PART
6 Express for tho East 1 7fflain
10 To Salt Tako c I 0CO am
L Salt LsIccjnsonger1t245 pm
2 Atlantic Limited oajt Q pin
4 Atlantic Mall east C pm
II Qrind Junction Lxurcoa I GJZfl
ARRIVE
3 Odin Passenger 1123tm
f frcl 19
J Limited from cast I45 pm
I Chicago Ex from east 33J pm
7 Ogden Express SiO pm
11 Locul irom Sanpotc JOpm
5 Utah and Gal Express 230 am
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UNION PACIFIC RRCO
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No d lOastbound Depart I
COIMnll und Express I S30 am
10 Eomlt Mall I 8 35 nrn
ilLoH AiiKcles Limited dallyI12M pm
ilOvorland Limited 2W pm
4AthinUc Express 050 pm I
No Vostbnilnd I Arrive
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3 Passenger j 533 am
3 Callfornii ixprcsa A J 515 am I
3 Fast Mall Ifli am I
Overland Limited I 320 pm
7 Los Annexes Ltd dally 1 JJi pm
OREGON SHORT LINE R RCO I
NO1 North of Oed en I Depart
1 Unite and Portland 115 am
131 OgdenMalad Motor Cur 82Dam i
13 Idaho Express 910am
SUutto and Portland 18 DM pm
11 Cache Vnlley PasscnRor 620 pm I
10 Yellowstone Park Spec ii 51fl1IIi
Moj North of Ogdon i Arrive
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Yellowstone Park Special Clfl am
2 Butte Uxpre 6T5 A in i
24 Portland Express 600 a ni
14 Utah Kxprcas 903 pm
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12 Salt Lako 1anvon er 111 J1 a in
4 Salt Lake Special tl > l lm I
MaladOsden Motor Jar VJofini
Nol South of Ofjden I Depart
Yollwstono Park Special I CM am
2 Salt Lake Express 1 715 am II
32 Local for Salt Lake I SI nlIl
Portland Express S10am
12 Cache Valley Expre3IOZO a m I
35 Fast JUI IllMam
22 Overland Llmlnd 23pm
4 Salt LaUo Spuclul 1f1J pm
8 Los Angoles LImld dally 350pin
V Overland Limited 331 pm
20 Pacific Uxproaa BM pm
Salt Lake Local dolly 7M pm I
11 Utah Exprcsx 21i p m
No1 South of Ogdon I Arrlvo
1 Jutlo and Portland 125Cam
Atlantic
EXprc SW n m
12 Idaho Jixoresa 000 a tn
3 Local dally llrlSam
7 Los AnKoles Limitedl23 pm
Ovoriond Limited 2OJ pm
i 3 Btiito and Portland 3M p m
33 Local 101lm
11 Cache VoiLe Expreas iiJ iIn
35 Atlantic Express 1 kispm
Id Local iVB
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1C YcllowBtonc Special I
dully ifo Im
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Nu Westbound I Depart
3 Paclllc HsproRS siM i m
i Fat Mall 115i ani
Overland Iimlted 340 pm
C Puclilc lSxproB 10 pm
No1 From AVcst I Arrive
f Atlantic Express i rjfl nm
lOrnBt Mall 100 nm
J Overland Limited I 210 pm
4 Atlantic Express 1 03j p m
Dally except Sunday
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PEEoRY IS
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UTAH NATIONAL
BANK
OF GGDliN UTAD
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVER
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
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J E Dooly Preaiaent
Hcrace E Pcory ViceProa
Inrold J Pccry VlctfPrec
Ralph E Hog Cashier
A V Mclntoah Aft Gaollor
U S DEPOSITARY
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF GGDEN UTAH
Capital and Undivided Profit
275000CO
David Ecclcs Preo
G H Tribe ViccPreo
John Watson VlcePrea
M S Browning VlcePrca
John Pingrec Cashier
JaG F Burton ASEI Cashier
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2582 WASH AVE F2
PAPER
HANGERS AND CLEANERS
PAINTING AND DECORATING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES BIG
DISCOUNT ON ALL WALLPA
PER
Paint your residence now The
dry season is the beet time for out
side painting We guarantee our I
work for 5 years
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BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
E 372 25th 3t
1 Jieals sam prlco as Broom Rea
tnurant Spcchl Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m o
Dinner from 4 to S p ra
1 LEE FOON G TOM Managers
rfwr i lrX S i M z q
WANTED to Bell or exchange for
Ogden real estate a millinery bus
iness that paid Two Thousand Dol
lar net for the past year Inquire
THOS MATHEWS
Under First Natl Bank
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
BOTH PHONES 323
I Opening bill of the Season
I FIVE OLYMPIERS
Living Statuary
I DALE AND BOYLE
In a Singing and DoJiclng Novelty
LILLIAN ASHLEY
Commedlenne
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OBRIEN OHAVEL CO
In The Office Boy and the Type
V wrUer
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trENNEDY
MELROSE AMD KENNEDY
The Athlete and the Clown
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Two Hands and Twelve Billiard Balls
Motion Pictures Orpheum Orchestra
Matinees Wudnouduy and Saturday
lOc 15c aud 2Gc
I Every Evening lOc 25c and 50c
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NEWSMO
SER OUS
Destruction of Magnifi
cent Trees Becomes
More Widsepread
Spokane Wash Aug 24New8
that comes from the burning forests
of Idaho Montana and Washington
increases the seriousness of tho sit
uation so far as the destruction of
the iiagnificcnt trees Is concerned
hut reduces the estimate of loss of
life Only fiftyfour pcrsonu are
known to have perished The hun
dreds of national forest rangers who
yesterday were reported missing and
prohably dead have not all turned
up safe hut many of then have
Tho flre welt country contains
many lakes and streams of water
auI by taking refuge in these the
skillful rangers probably will he safe
from the fire I I
Fires Still Spreading
Everywhere except in the neigh
borhood of the towns the fires aro
still spreading Many companies of
I United States and state troops arc
on the way to tho red battlefield hop
ing to outmaneuver an enemy that
cannot jro conquered by a front at
tack Tne best hope of the threaten
CJ forests for deliverance however
is In the sky Rain and snow have
fallen In Montana and light rain lii
Idaho and the season of the fall
rains Is near at hand StorIes of the
blinding and burning of firefighters
havo made It difficult to obtain
men In the cities to go into the blaz
ing woods
Six Injured men from the Big creek
camp wore brought to the Wallcac
hospital last night They wore W C
Coil Black Dear MonU A T Cox
North Yakima Wash 0 N Ward
j San Francisco Chris Hanson White
fields Joe Marko Murray Idaho ami
William Christensen Spokane
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All Are Severely Burned
All are more or less severely burn
ed and some are badly bruised by
fulling treos None will die Mnrko
I an Italian liov of 18 Is one of the
moat seriously injured Three men
are from the Bell crew of whom ten
I were killed Prc will bo brought
from Wallace from their camp today
I Word from Avery Idaho says that
I army surgeons are caring for the in
I jured In that neighborhood
The following dispatches received
I last night from Lcv lston und Stiles
in the Clearwater country of Idaho
are typical of the news that Is re
I ceived from various points in north
ern Idaho
I Flrco Smouldering in Timber
A forest fire smouldering since Sat
I in day in the timber six miles south
at Ciildesac on Craig mountain
I Tuesday afternoon burned the Den
I Urs schoolhouse and a number of
rauhcers cabins In that vicinity Tho
fire destroyed nearly 1000 acres of
timber but It is now under control
I Reports from the forest fires on
I the Middle fork and in the Elk City
roglon state that the wind blew a
Iale on Tuesday and the ground gain
ed by the rangers and volunteers dur
ing the lull In the tempest Monday
night has been lost Major Fenn
who is In command of 500 men con
I siders the situation desperate and
although the almost exhausted fire
fighters are working with renewed
energy he has little hope of making
any headway However the wind
has lallen and the flames are ad
vancing less rapidly
I Mile of Unbroken Front
United fires at lEdorado and Old
Mans creek havo an unbroken front
of twentyfive miles extending from
the Selway iOjUio Lockjaw and cut
ting off the only trails over which
reinforcements and supplies can he
sent Jo the foresters endeavoring to
surround thC fires Nearly 100 men
uho were scut tp the assistance of
the angers In that locality a week
ago have been unable to get through
Suydors pack train with supplies for
the twenty rangors at a camp beyond
OKI Mans creek is still beleaguered
I at Rocky Ridge with a number of vol
unteers from Spokane and McDan
leis train Is surrounded near Eldor
ndo creek The men were compelled
1 to hurriedly bury the load but the
I saddles and pack equipment were
i lost The men and horses narrowly
I sraped by making a desperate break
I through the line of lire In a brief
I lull in the wind The horses had
their manes and tails singed off and
several of the men were badly scorch
ed but suffered no stfnous Injury
Ton men were surrounded by the
flamea on the Sel war river Tuesday
morning while In camp but escaped I
by scaling the rock wall of tho can
yon They threw their tools Into the
stream but had no time to bury their I
camp auipmeni and suppllex
In the lEI City district the situa
tion is steadily growing worse The
own is considered safe but the sur
rounding countrywillbe devastated
Tho Campbell Maxwell Hawkluson
aiid Richflfli cattle ranches east of
I Elk are reported hurnlng and the I
plants of the Gold Crown Providence
and Winners cabin mines are said to
have been destroyed
j Fire Rapidly Nearing Elk
A lire which started twelve miles
I wouth of Elk Monday Is rapidly ap
proaching the town It reached the
Rod river rangers camp Tuesday
learning and the men wore comp l1eJ I
to floe with nothing but their cloth I
lug j
OPINQ OF
COUNTY
SCHOOLS
County Superintendent of Schools
W N Potlerson states today that the
public schools will open In every dis
trict of Weber county September 19
and that everything Is In readiness
for the event
I Present conditions point to a sue
ctjsfiil year In the schools and the
gupurlntendent feels that the best pos
sible results will be obtained Mr
Petti > rson has hud his coat off over
since hia appointment to the position
of superintendent making renly I for
the school work before him Prelim
inary stops for the opening of tho
schools are nearly completed and
when the bell rings August 19 there
will bo something started In the lit
tle rod school houses in the rural
dlflrlcts I
Tho list of teachers for the year
has not yet been completed but It
a anticipated thatat the meeting of
the hoard of education next Saturday
the list will bo complotcd nnd hand
ed to the press for publication Most
of the teachers havo been decided tip
Oil hut there Is yet Indecision regard
Ing the emploment of some of the
applicants
The Weber County Teachers insti
tute will be held September 15 10
nnd 17 and all the teachers arc ex
pected to he ho attendance Tho
placo for holding the Institute has
hot been determined but the super
intendent states that ho will bo able
to announce the place within tho next
few days This meeting coming im
mediately prior to the opening of tho
schools it Is t > 3ctcd that matters
or great Importance regarding he
government and work of the schools
for the year will receive more than
passing attention Interesting cducav
tlonal questions will also be consid
ered Ever teacher employed by tho
county hoard of education must be at
lie meeting
Superintendent Patterson has re
cently visited nearly all of the school
districts of the county and he states
that tho parents and children are
Kaking ready for the opening of the
schools and that they aro oarnestlv
awaiting the ringing of the old
school bell The buildings are all
In good condition the two new
houses one at Eden the other at
Pleasant View arc nenring complo
lionand will be ready 1 or use at the
tponing of school Books and other
supplies are either on hand or have I
been ordered and are on their way
I to Ogden school yards are being I
cleared of accumulated rubbish the
Interior of the school houses aro bo
Ing renovated and placed lit readi
ness for the years work
SPORTS
BASEBALL RESULTS
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J AMEFfjCAN
lwoll Lost PC
Philadelphia 1s Jot 09 C
Bosloll iiJ IS 570
New York GI 50 5C2
Detroit 131 50 502
Cleveland r 50 62 IIC
Wnshington diTJ G5 435
Chicago 15 6ft 100
St Louis 31 76 309
NATioNAL
Won Lost PC
Chicago it 35 079
PlCtdmr 6G 12 Gil
Nev York 62 15 579
Philadelpllla 55 55 500
Cincinnati 55 5i 491
PIookbn Il GG 100
Sj4Louis 41 liS 393
BosLon 41 i3 360
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 2 New York 3
NBW YORK Aug 23The New
York Americans after Ihnving lost
eight straight games to the Detroits
defeated the champolns today 3 to 2
Ford struck out nine men Score
R II E
Detroit 2 6 2 I
New Yorl 3 S 1
BattoriPs Willott and Cascys
Ford and Sweeney
Washington 0 Chicago 1
WASHINGTON Aug 23 Walshs
pitching enable Chicago to shut out
Washington today 1 to 0 Two trip
les in succession hv Meloan anti
Dougherty In the sixth inning scored
the visitors only run Johnson
struck out twglve batters Score
R II E
Washington 0 5 0
Chicago 1 9 0
batteries Johnson and Beckon
dorf Valsh and Sullivan
Cleveland Philadelphia 2
PHILADELPHIA Aug 23 Phila
delphia again played an extra Inning
with Cleveland today the home team
winning In the tenth Inning 2 to 1
Score R H 13
Cleveland I 5 0
Fhlladelphla 2 C 1
Batteries Falkenberg and Land
Coombs and ljviingslou
St Louis 11 Boston 13
BOSTON Aug 23 Twcntylfive
players Including eicht pitchers four
on each team participated in a slug
ging match with Boston the winner
from St Louis today 13 to 11 Score
R II E
St Louis 11 12 1
Boston 13 15 2
Batteries Link Bailey Polty
Crisa nnd Stephens Karger Collins
Cicotte Wood and Carlgan
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Philadelphia G Riltsburg 2
P1TTSBURG Ant 23Phila
Thin won from Pittsburg In the 11TSI
Inning when Magee lifted the ball
ever the f nce three runs coming in
Score R II E
Philadelphia fi 10 1
Pittsburg 2 11 1
Batteries More and Moran Lie
field PhilJippI Maddox and Gibson
St Louis 4 New York 1
ST LOUIS Aug 23 Tlmel hit
Mng of Mathewson by St Louis won I
tho game from New York here today
oJ
Corrldon pitched a good game Score
R H E
St Louis 4 H
Now York 1 H 1
flatteries Corridon and Bjcsna
han Mathewson and Meyers
Brooklyn 1 Cincinnati 5T r
CINCINNATI Aug 23 Cincinnati
defeated Brooklyn tpday 5to 1 Bee
bee was In fine form and kept the
hits well scattered Score
niHlI FL
Brooklyn 1 9 1
Cincinnati Ii G J2 1
Batteries Bnrger anti Bergen
Beobee and McLean
Chicago 3 Boston 1
CHICAGO Aug 23Knno8 timely
batting for Chicago defeated Boston
3 tocy In the second game of the
series Boulbach was In great form
allowing bunched hits but twice
Scorn R H 13
I Chicago a G 0
Boston 2 fi 3
Batteries Rculbach and Kilns
Frock and Gibson I
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Des MoInesDes MoincsV 2 St
Joseph 1 I
At Lincoln Lincoln 5 Topeka 2
At Omaha Omaha 3 Wichita 1
At Sioux City First game Sioux
City 10 Denver fi Second game
Sioux City 0 Denver 2 Called
eighth darkness
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Columbus First game St Paul
S Columbus 4 Second game Colum
bus 6 St Pauf 5
At Toledo Milwaukee 3 Toledo 2
At Indianapolis lInnealJollB 0 In
dianapolis 4
1
At Louisville First game Kansas
City 3 Louisville 5 Second game
Kansas City 4 Louisville 2
COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles Sacramento J
Vernon 2
At Los Angeles Sacramento 1
Vernon 2
5 At PortlandSan Francisco 1
Portland C
At San FranciscoLos Angeles 0
Oakland 1
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Tncoma Taconia 2 Vancouver
0
At Spokane Spokane 2 Seattle 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE PLAYS
UNDER ELECTRIC LIGHT
Chicago Aug 21 Changing night
Into day was enacted last night at
the new American league baseball
grounds undo proved a unique demon
stration
I Electricians fairly swarmed around
tho park throughout the evening and
ten powerful lights representing 2
000000 candle power were turned on
withUhe result that night became as
day under their powerful glare
The full force of the lighting plant
was not turned on andug to the In
completeness of the apparatus only
on half of the twenty lamps being in
service Tho lamps are ojftrated in
pairs Ten of them arc stationed pn
the roof of the new park while a
like number are operated from the
round
The first actual attempt to put the
lighting plant to practical use will
be innd Thursday night when the
Chicago La Crosse league will open
its season with the Illinois A C
team Should the Jbxpcrlment prove
Ducccssful tho first baseball match
will he played Saturday night
BALL PLAYERS CLASSED
AS MERCHANDISE
Chicago Aug 24DalI players un
der the present system of organized
baseball can rightfully bo classed as
merchandise ifnder this ruling the
hoard of review decided yesterday
that the Chicago American league
team Is worth 1081 and the Chicago
atlonals were estimated at a trifle
less than 51500
Charles A Comlskev owner of tho
Americans flied a personalty sched
ule with the assessors this year de
claring that tho South Side team was
worth 2571 He Itemized It as fol
lows Merchandise 1081 furnl
ure 105 and 101 he llgured was
coming to him from various persons
Both assessments wore confirmed by
the board of review
I I
HE CAUGHT IT I
Washington Aug 21 Catcher
Billy Sullivan of the Chicafv Amer
icans today repeated the feat of
Catcher Charles Street of the Wash
ington American league team Inst
year in patching a baseball thrown
Irom a window at the top of the Wash
ington moniyneut a perpendicular
drop of 542 feet
WOLGAST SIGNS ARTICLES
TO MEET FRANKIE WHITE
Milwaukee Aug 21Ad Wolgast
lightweight champion of the world
has signed articles to meet Frnnkle
White before a club at Fond du Lac
The date was not agreed upon
I
NEW LQUIPlflENT
FOR Uo Sa INFANTRY
Washington Aug 24 Following
the action of a board of army olllclals
appointed to improve the outfit of the
men in the Infantry branch of the
army new equipment Is now being
manufactured at the Rock Island ar
senal which will prove of greater
comfort to the soldier and better his
efficiency In the field The boards
action approved by Secretary Dickin
son seeks to Improve everything the
soldier carries except clothing ammu
nition and rifle
The new accountcrmenls will weigh
38 pounds or seven pounds lighter
than the old the difference moaning
that the Infantry can march longer
and with less fatigue
Theold equipment was the subject
of criticism by the troops In the field
particularly In the Philippines
HOTELS ORGANIZE
FOR PROTECTION
Chicago Aug 24An organization
to protect hotel proprietors agalnnt
professional deadbeats was formed
at a convention yesterday of hotel
men from various parts of the Unit
ed States and Canada nbld here
Tho organization will be known as
the American Hotel Protective associ
ation of the United States and Can
ada S F Dutton of Denver was
elected president
TWO VACANCIES
ARE fiLLED
Gov William Spay yesterday tilled
tho two vacancies on the board of di
rectors of the Utah State Fair asso
ciation caiiHcd by the resignation of
M K Parsons aud W S Armstrong
The selection came iW a surprise to
tho nominees B F Redmond and W
H Rowe
The appointment are liound to bo
popular ns both gentlemen have a
wide circle of acquaintances who will
offer congratulations Mr Redmond
has long held the reputation of beIng
a live wire and a successful business
man In addition to being a lover of
horseflesh W H Howe has been
identified with public enterprises for
years After resigning as assistant
superintendent of the Z C M I in
Salt Lake he wentjnto the Bear River
district and developed Into a success
ful fruit raiser lie was In charge
of the Utah exhibit at the AlaskaTit
kenPacific exposition at Seattle la t
ear
BIDS WANTED
The City Board of Education Is re
ceiving bids for transferring children
back and forth from Brooms Bench
and Glasgow Addition to tho Mound
Fort School I
One bid with tho bidder furnishing
the wagon another bid with tho
Board of Education furnishing tho
wagon Bidders may submit bids on
cither plan
The bids will be opened August
26th 1910
I DEATHS AND
FUNERALS
MARGARET LA MAR
The funeral of Margaret La Mar
who succumbed to burns received
last week when her clothing took lire
will be held at Stf Josephs church at
10 oclock Thursday morning The
casket will leavo the house 2510
isioiiroe avenue at 0JO Interment
will bo In Mountain VIow cemetery
Friends wishing to view the body
may do so from 4 until S oclock to
day
GOVERNOR APPOINTS
ADDITIONAL DELEGATES
Nine additional delegates to tho
eighteenth annual National Irrigation
congress which Is to he held at Pueb
lo from September 20 to September
30 Inclusive were namcJ by Gover
nor Spry Tuesday as follows Rich
ard Howe pls Cottowood Salt Lake
county 1 W W Fitzgerald Draper
Philip W Moroncy Salt Lake City
P A Nelson Salt Lake City W M
Hague Taylorsvllle M M Miller
Murray 0 P Miller Salt Lake
City Heber C Jex Rrovo A S
Rose Farmlngton UUih IB expected
to have a full delegation at the con
glese J
BAUNTEDIiODSE
MYSTERY REPORTED
Nowtoii N J Aug 24A haunted
house mystery Is occupyIng the at
tention of Sheriff Harris and his depu
ties here George Dunlap a wealthy
farmer reported yesterday that for
two months his big colonial farm
house has been haunted and he and
hiss wife driven almost frantic by rail
pings and other weird noises and acts
ofvandalism Ho suld pieces of cloth
ing had teen cut in plncos canned
goods had been spilled and his rub
ber boots which he loft in the kitch
en had been thrown Into a cistern
On four occasions articles had been
thrown down stairs when no ono was
on the upper floor and later threo
fires had been started In lie house
Mr Dunlaps stories of the strange
happenings In the old mansion are cor
rol orated by a score of neighbors
The sheriff after a preliminary Inves
tlgation arrested a female relative or
Dunlaps hut she denied any knowl
edge of the ghostly doings and a fur
they Investigation Is being made
TERRIBLE BATTLE
ON IIII ROOP
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I New York Aug 40n the roof
of a sevcnBtory warehouse In Wemt
Fortieth jtrcet four policemen bat
tled lastnight with an insane man
who with almost superhuman strength
tred to hurl himself and the officers
over the edge of the room With
hravj ropes around his arms anti legd
the man was carried ttf the street
after an hours struggle To thu po
lice he is known only as McLaugh
lln Ha was discovered throwing
stones anl bricks through the sky
lights of the building
NO MORE HORSECARS
Now York Aug 2Wlthln a few
weeks the antiquated homocar ser
vice on several short crosstown lines
in Now York City will be discontinued
and replaced with cars of the latest
storage battery type The cars aro
being built in the company shop and
five of them are ready to he put In
operation
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O tlonal bank and the MetropollB 0
O Trust Savings bank of this 0
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O Metropolis National bank The O
O capital of the consolidated 0
O bank will be 1500000 with a 0
O Kiirplus of about 600000 and 0
O tcposlt6 of s 45000000 The 0
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with this laundry tho hotter It will
lIt for your wearables and for your
pence of mind If we did only ordi
nary laundry work Te would hardly
have people leaving others to come to
this laundry right along as WP do
To find out the reason have us do
ui your things this week
Ogden Steam
Laundry
LAUNDERERS CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Phones 171 437 25th Street
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Our store number is 2453
Washington Ave Our Tel
ephone number is 38
Our delivery system is
perfect
Our Drugs arc the best
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is to your interest not to for
i get us when you want a pre
scription filled
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Will show that our stock Includes onlv
the host varieties We keep nothing
hut the boat quality of hay and grain
Prices no higher than you pay else
where We also handle fruit box ma
terial
CHAS F GROUT 352 24th St
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VETERAN DRIVER DEAD
Chicago Aug 21 Michael Hayes
63 years old viforan driver of nar
joss racers died last night at Reed
sustained to
from Injuries
burg VIs
i race In that city August 10 when
he was hrown from a Bulky
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