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S THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 I
PERFECT
SATSFACT
1 Youll admire yourself
every chance you get when
youre attired in one of
our suitsTheyhave that
grace snap and stylish
fit that is significant of
the best tailormade gar
ments Ordinarily they
sell for 10 So 35 but
account of the lateness
of the season we offer
superbly made fitting
j garments at 25c off on
I the dollar
t Will the suits move
f Just watch em
r WatsonTanner
Clothing Co
376 24th
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTEDFour 1 or fiveroom cottage
close In for family of three by Sep
tember 1st or 5th B B Brooks Bell
25S or 10272 blk Lewis camp Ogden
canyon S24lwk
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep
ing wth bath Also bedroom and
bath 484 23rd S24lwk
I STENOGRAPHERS experienced pre
ferred Pupils to prepare for the
work Jas W Hawlev S24lwk
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RANDOM
REflERENES
Continued from Pago Five
Every shapo of Stiff or Soft Hat
thats correct can he found In our
Hat Department FRED M NYE CO
Wq aro now receiving regular ship
ments of large California head let
tuce celery chicory etc Edgar
Jones Co
Mrs Ellen Goddard of 3227 LIncoln
avenue was delightfully surmised by
J friends yesterday afternoon Re
i freshments were served and a good
time enjoyed by all present
Heatbn KIrkcndall Undertaking Co
f Lady attendant Both phones 150
r Special Car of Mormon Missionaries
A special car occupied by a num
I ber of Mormon missionaries bound for
I Chicago will pass through this city
this evening from Salt Lake City The
missionaries will separate at Chicago
and travel from that point to their
various destination In smallor parties
Elberta Peaches are the best for
canning great big fine ones 125 n
bushel at Edgar Jones Co
Chief Clerk George W Pagett of the
0 S L signal service has gono to
Cbpycnne Wyoming to spend a week
with his father and visit the frontier
exposition
Good girls vantcd at ShupeWII
hams Cindy Factory
Prays for Divorce Allco Landis has
commenced suit for divorce against
her husband William R Landis The
parties were married at Ogden June
20 1800 there being five children Is
sue of tho marriage
Regular shipments of Morgan cauli
flower now being received by Edgar
Jones Co
100 loads dirt wanted at the Fair
Grounds See H M Rowe over the
Standard office
Think twice and act once Buy 13
G Butter
YOUR CHOICE of any trimmed hat
from summer stock 8198 La Modo I
Millinery MOVED from 339 24th st
to 2138 Wash Ave
Expert Kodak Finishing Leave
your films today and get your prints
WEST COAST Uft
NSURANE CQ
Pay 50000 to
I Mrs Mary L Croft
I
I wish to thank the West
Coast Life Insurance Com
pany through your paper for
the payment of 50000 WhIch
was due me on a jfolicy taken
out by my husband George
Croft in their Company
I also wish to state that they
were very kind and just in the
settlement oE my claim and put
me to absolutely no trouble
and ords cannot express my
gratitude towards the West
Coast Life Insurance
Company
I wish to advise my friends
if they are thinking of taking
out any insurance to take it
in this company
Yours very truly
MARY I CROFT v
729 30th Street
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tomorrow Filmn and photo auppllea
for ealo Trlpn Now address 21C3
Washington Avo
W H Anderson niado a trip lo Wy
oming towns II fov days ago among
thorn being Kommoror and ho Bays
tho coal minors art on the verge of
atrlklng for higher wages In fact > ho
oayB It has been decided to call n gen
oral ntrlko It matters aro not satlsfac
lorlly adjualcd In that time
Dr Fornlund wishes to announce to
his friends and patrons thai he has
removed his office to 110 25th over
the Utahna drug storo
Peaches for sao School for Deaf
DONS flN
POLICE
COURT
Police court cases were handlod
with an unusual rapidity this morn
ing to make way for tho gambling
house hearing and as fast na Muni
cipal Clerk Fulton could reel off the
names of Iho defendants tholr cases
veTo disposed of
Frank Smith charged with vag
rancy pleaded guilty and was fined
10Sam
Sam Mlllor unlawfully drunk said
guilty and was assessed R or five
days
James Walla also answered gulllv
to the charge of unlawful drunken
ness and was fined 5 or flvo days
Watts Is a cripple and pleaded that
yesterday was his birthday and that
ho was merely celebrating the event
Judge Murphy seemed Inclined to be
hove that man should have a right
to celebrate his birthday In the man
ner that seemed most fitting to his
Individual tastes and suspended
Watts sentence With a thank you
Judge Watts hobbled from time court
loom
Evan neeso after pleading guilty
to tho charge of drunkenness was
fined 5 or five days
John Doo Nichols charged with as
sault and battery by William Mitchell
pleaded not guilty and his hearing
was continued
Mike Meadana charged with petlt
larceny forfeited 5 ball by not put
ting fii his appearance for trial
J L Alvord 46r being drunk and
James Burk for cruelty to animals
each forfeited ball to tho amount of
5
John Kelly after some hesitatIon
said that he was guilty of stealing a
water molon from in front of Ken
nedys restaurant yesterday afternoon
and the jndge lined the man 1 or ono
day In prison The man on tho bench
smiled after he had passed sentence
and said that had the water melon
thief been a colored man ho would
have suspended the sentence It
seemed to bo the anomaly of the
crlmo that caused the court to In
flict tho heavy penalty On the of
fender
fenderJocIETY
RETURN FROM PLEASANT TRIP
Mrs W B Isaacs and Mrs J H
Maxcy tho latter of Yuma Ariz came
In from the coast Tuesday and are the
guests of Mrs Isaacs parents Mr
and Mrs E A Littleflold at their
home 252S Madison avenue Mrs
laaacB and Mrs Maxoy made the trif
together to the THan of Chasms the
Grand Canyon of Arizona and after
wards spent several weeks at that
famous summer resort Ocean Park
California where a number of Ogden
Ites also enjoyed the cool sea breezes
and refreshing bathing during the
heated term Mrs Isaacs will remain
In Ogden until about tho first of Oc
tober before returning to Tucson
Ariz whore Mr Isaacs makes his
headquarters as constructing engi
neer for the Southern Pacific com
pany Mrs Maxeyls on her way to
Denver to Join her husband who was
a member of the first United States
cavalry Rough Riders during the
SpanishAmerican war and who will
be on hand to greet his old command
er Col Theodore Roosevelt at tho re
ception which takes place In the milo
high city August 29lh
A pleasant birthday party was given
lu honor of Nelllo Do Groot at the
home of her parents Mr and Mrs J
Do Groot 19G West Twentieth street
Tuesday The time was happily spent
by a number of Nellies little friends
many prp > r pnts being brought to the
guest of honor
Miss 1eonore < N Eastman loft yes
terday for Idaho where she will visit
iclatlveB and friends at Mlnadoka
and Pocatollo On her return she
will visit with relatives at Brigham
city
TRAINS COlUDE
iN lOCAL YARD
A passenger train on the Oregon
Short Lino going north collided wIth
a siring of freight cars being pushed
by the switch engine in the yards near
tIme corner of Wall avenue and Twen
tyfirst street at about 545 last night
and a number of passengers were
slightly Injured No one howovor
sustained any Injuries of a serious
nature and all wore able to continue
toward theIr various destinations
Tho Injured were
Miss Alice Charles of Logan
Miss Norma Hansen of Colllngslou
Harry TInge of Salt Lake City
Mrs A M Oranor of Garland
Mrs T E Roberta of Logan
All of these persons were In one of
the now steel coaches lately put Into
service on tho Harriman lines Their
injuries connlut of bnilscsduo lo br
ing thrown forward against scats
when the train camu to tho sudden
slop NO bones were broken and
nono ot tho bruises are of a danger
ous character Vory little damage was
dono to tho trains although ono of
tho box cars was derailed by tho pas
nengcr loconiQllye Tho cause of the
two trains being on tho same track Is
being investigated by tho railroad of
flclals
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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MUNiCIPAL COURT
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Rev Elderldn Positive That He Saw Actual Gambling Hcbcr
1 Scowcroft First Witness Called Kelly and Others
Testify Before the Court
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This mornings session t of the mu
nicipal court was tnktfn up with he
continuation of the case against tIme
proprietors 8f the alleged Tuff gam
bling house Tho defendants J C
Watt John Doc Johnson and itlchard
Roe Tyrco wero Hi the court room
throughout tho morning but were not
called to tho stand and tho prosecu
tion produced no witnesses that of
fered anything of a very sonstmonal
nature In fact nono seemed pos
sessed of as clear a memory as did
the Ucv X S Eldcrkln whoso testi
mony delivered yoslorday morning
will most likely form the keystone of
tho prosecutions evidence that gam
bling was conducted In the Turf rooms
at tho time charged
Rev Elderlcln In his testimony of
yesterday stated that ho was positive
thnt what he saw going on In the Turf
rooms was actual gambling Tho wit
nesses this morning were not BO sure
thut what they viewed were actual
games of chance In which men lost
or won money according lo the icIcle
waverings of chance Under tho rapid
fire of Attorney A G Van Horn one
of the couusel for the defense the wit
nesses were not quite uro that tho
games were roulette and faro They
lacked experience In gambling and
were not altogether competent to give
expert testimony In tho matter
The first witness called to the stand
was II Scoworoft ono of the Bettor
mont league leaders who visited the
Turf rooms on the night of August
In company with the mayor Yester
day Mr Scowcroft testified that ho
had seen a roulette wheel In opera
tion and a faro bank running whle ho
was In the supposed gambling house
Ho also testified that he had seen 75
centa In silver placed on tho faro table
I
ble and lost by the player
His testimony today opened with
the crossexamination and one of the
first questions put to him by Attorney I
Horn was
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Did you see any of the defendants
In the room at tho time you were
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there
11 did not answered tho witness I
They were not In tho room at the I
limo I visited the place
Mr Soowcroft youro not a man
who gambles or Is familiar with gamb I
ling devices and you dont pretend to
teD this court positively that what you
saw In tho room was a faro game
You dont know for certain that It
was a faro bank do you Z
I know that there was what I sup
posed la bo a faro gamo In operation
at the time I was in the room I saw
chips oxcharigcd
Can you say positively whether or
not there was actual gambling JColuR
on In the room when you wore there
I do npt understand the game so
that I could not swear that what I
saw was faro I saw a man part with
75 cents
You stated yesterday Mr Scow
croft that when your party entered
the room that tho men gathered there
acted peculiar What was so peculiar
about the peoples conduct that your
attention was called to the fact I
questioned Attorney Horn with a sting
of sarcasm In hiM voice
The people appeared ill at ease I
rather restless and we seemed to at
tract an undue attention They seem
ed to know that we wore aliens re
plied the witness slightly abashed by
the attorneys manner of putting the
interrogation
II H Spencer next took the stand
and showed a less degree of positive
neBS in his answers than Mr Scow
croft He said that ho saw a faro ta
ble and roulette wheel in the room
and that he presumed they woro In
operation Ho stated that ho knew
Watt and Tyree the defendants OH
tho proprietors of the Turf saloon
Asked by City Attorney Dovlno If he
had seen any money on the tables
at the Limo of his visit ho replied
I do not recollect
In the crossexamination Mr Spen
cer was asked If he knew Mr Tyree i
was conducting the alleged gambling
hall above the Turf saloon I
I am not positive of It I have
hoard
Never mind what you have heard I
Interjected the questioning lawyer I
breaking off the witness In the midst I
of his words Somo local wrangling
ensued between the opposing counsels
but tho witness loft the stand with I
out producing anything more In the
way of evidence
George J Kelly a real estate agent
who Is suppose to have charge of
the collection of tho rent for the Har
ris building In which the Turf saloon
Is situated was the next man lo
climb Into the witness stand
After you were served with a sub
poena by the city to appear as a
witness In this case Mr Kelly whore
did you go Asked Attorney DC
vine very pointedly
I went to Mr ratts place
You went straight to tho Turf sa
loon and you talked with Mr Watt
the defendant What did you talk
about to Mr Watt I
I asked him If he had had uiu
subpoenaed and what was wanted of
me I
Repeat the conversation that took
place between yourself and Mr I
Watt I
I cannot remember what was said
well enough to do that replied the
witness brushing his hand over his
brow I
Isnt It strange Mr Kelly that
you cannot remember a conversation
that took place little more than a
I half hour ago Each one of the at
I torneys words was embossed with j
I doubt Doubt that was meant for tho
witness to see and feel and for the
court to take cognizance of
Mr Kolli refralned from any reply
His hand merely loft his brow and ho
waited for the next question
i Who ijrow the leases for the
looms used by Mr Watt WliH asked
I I made them out myself
You have tad Mr Kelly that those
I lenses aro not In tho city have you
any letter rpallve to these papers
find to the dealings bt we0u yourself
and Mr Vatt
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Would you be willing to hrinij
these letters Into court
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I would i
There waif no crossexamination <
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and Mr Kelly loft tho stand promis
ing that he would bring the letters
Into the court room within an hour
1 N Fulton clerk ot the municipal
court was called to the stand and pro
duced tho court record showing tho
arrest and complaint In tho case of
the city i
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Carl Allison city recorder and li
cense assessor produced the applica
tion of Mr Wilt for a license to con
duct tho Turf saloon While this was
i claimed to be Immaterial by tho de I
fense tho court admitted It as the
prosecution contended that It was de I
sired as evidence to prove that Mr
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Watt had charge of tho Turf pluco
Municipal Clerk Fmllon WitS re r
called and In cross examination stated
that there waij no record on the mu
nicipal court books of the arrosla of
the defendant between the dates of
April 1C nndJiily 0
Robert IJurk u fspiclal onicer was
called to the wltneH stand but was
only asked to RVC tho street number
of tho Turf saloon Ho gave tho ad
dress as 32C Twoutyllfth street
F Burke ono of lie men who was
arrested In the alllhJ1nl house raid
was called hut proved to bea very
reluctant witness for the prosecution
He admitted that > had gambled hut
was ijovor positive In his replloa lie
had been In tho Turf rooms unil had
played some gnmes there lie did not
know how often Just when or who had
conducted thc games which ho en I
tered ill had lost and won but he
did not know how much Burke stated
that ho was arrested In the White
Elephant place
He was not crossexamined
Deloctlve Ponder was recalled to
tho stand and admitted that ho was
mistaken In his statement of yester
day concerning the arrests of Watt
and the other defendants prior to tho
arrest under which they are now be
ing tried
The court adjourned until tomorrow
morning nt 10 oclock aftor Mr Pen
dor left tho stand
ISUPPl Y COMP NV
CASE N COURT
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W D Brown Enters Complaint Against Continental Supply Com
pany Suit Outgrowth of Bankruptcy of
JapaneseAmerican Bank
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I The time of tho district court Is be
ing tcen up this afternoon In the
hearing of the cases of W D Brown
receiver against tho Continental Sup
ply company which Is an outgrowth
of tho bankruptcy of the Japanese
I American bunk October 19th last
year
I Two suits have been filed against
the same company to recover on two
I notcsislgnod by tho defendant com
I pany and Individual members of the
I supply company The notes original
I ly woro for 2500 each given for mono
i oy loaned by the buic of which tho
I plaintiff In the actions waa made re
I ceiver at tie tlmo the bank failed
One note was drawnJanuary IS 1908
I payable In ono sear the other on
I April 1st 1909 also payable In ono
year
The complalnU gothat no part
of the notes except 1000 on each of
them has been paid and the prayer
of tho plaintiff is that Judgment in
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iSCNE ER
TOTEST
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Otto Schneider the South Washing
ton street groccryman who IL short
time ago was tried for violating tho
Sunday closing ordinances found
guilty and lined 55 has appealed from
the lecislon of the municipal court
and tho papers in tho case hao been
certified to the district court It Is
said by Schuolder that ho Is going to
test the constitutionality of the Sun
day closing ordinance
Tho contention of his attorney Is
that the ordinance in question Is die
crimlnatng In that It prohibits the
sale of groceries on the Sabbath day
and permits the sale of other things
such as drugs candles cigars Ice
cream otc The further contention Is
made that tho ordinance has exceeded
the authority given by tho state law
The criminal case oC C B Mitchell
charged with grand larceny has been
certified to tho district court and ho
Is being held in the county Jail pond
Ing the action of tho district attorney
In the filing of an information against
i him The defendant was bound over
to tho district court a few days ago
by Judgo Murphy of the municipal
court
L Lang charged with a felony
asked three more days time In which
to plead to the Information Judge
Howell granted tho extension
John Woods a negro charged with
tho crlmo of assault with a deadly
weapon pleaded not guilty The tlmo
for the hearing of tho case will bo
fixed at some future time
Summer
Comfort
Theres solid satisfac
tion and delightful re
freshment in a glass of
iced
Po tum
Served with Sugar
and little lemon
a I
Poslurn contains the I
natural food elements of
field grains and is really
J a food drink that relieves
fatigue and quenches the
thirst
Pure Wholesome Delicious
Theresa Reason
POSTUM CEREAL CO LTD
BaLtIC Crook Mich
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each case be gIven In the sum of 1
500The
The reply of the defendants In the
two cases Is that the Supply company
Is the pOSSOSSor of certain certificates
of dopoaltfeslgned to them by deposi
tors of the JapaneseAmerican bank
which were unpaId at the time of the
failure of the bank whjch should bo
considered as a counterclaim against
the amount claimed on tho notes The
I sum total called for in tho certificates
of deposit Is I257912
Tho only point at issue according
to the Version of tho attorneys for the
plaintiff Is whether the corUficates of
deposit against the defunct bonk are I
bonlfido and whether they were as
signed to the defendant company prior
to the bankruptcy on lie banking In I
stitution Tho other side of tho con
troversy claim that tho certificates
are valid claims against the Japanese
bank whether they were assigned to
the defendants before or after the de
falcation
TO CEUBRA
AT HfRMH
Neighbors day will bo duly cele
brated Thursday at the Hermitage
and upon that occasion a large dele
gation will come down from tho up
per valley to jon In the festivities
It is the custom of Billy Wilson
each year to Invite his numerous
friends to visit the Hermitage and
partake of his hospitality and the
crowds of people that honor the oc
casion Is an evidence of the apprecia
tion they entertain of the festival
Tho program fqr tho day will consist
of feasting and various athletic sports
Mr Wilson offering a prlzo In each
athletic event
NOTICE
The Elite Cafo will be open for
business Thursday Aug 25th under
tho now management of Blosscr
I Foley
FoleyERMANN i UClER
RETURNS TO mAO
After spending a number of days at
home Herman Kuchler has returned
to Soda Springs Idaho where ho Is
arranging to ship a number of car
loads of lambs lo the eastern market
where they will be used in tho pack
Ing houses
Mr Kuchlor states that one canso
of the extensive llroa In tho fire
stricken region of the northern coun
try Is tho xtenshe undergrowth of
brush and grass that Is found whoro
there hasnot been much grazing dur
ing the summer months Tho grass
becomes dry he says and Is easily
Ignited and wheu It gets started the
thick underbrush IB noon enveloped
In flames and the fire Is difficult to
control
NEW PROTECTION
AGAiST FLIES
The model of 1 new Invention
which seems to revolutionize the win
dow screen business 11 now being ex
hibited at ho Johnson and Newman
Un shop on Grant street Tho now
protection against flies is the prop
erty of the PnddsonWost Window
Screen company recently Incorporat
ed with n capitalization of 150000
and Is the invention of a Salt Lake
womau Mrs Alice Paddsou
The Invention Is a wire screen
which roil on an enclosed rollor from
either the tOj or the bottom of the
window frame Ono end of tho wlro
Is attachable to the bottom lof the
window frame and when tho lower
part of the frame Is raised the Bcirotn
follows preventing any lurking fly
from gaining an unwelcome entrance
There Is jio crack or crevice where
by tho Intruding pests can possibly
aquoozo through Tho top window
may he lowered and tho upper screen
will follow the lowered frame It
Bcouis the nemo of convenience If
ono dooB not wish 10 use the Helens
they may be dotaohod in a second and
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wriIo vq ise Men amcl Women Know j
that most of the sicknesses of life come from innctivc bowels and
from unhealthy condition of the of
organs digestion If your
digestive Is not working right your food does nof nourish I
you poor blood muLl Avmkncss follow if your bowels are inactive I
waste innltcr poisons the whole system and hcrioiis sickness is
sure to follow To take promptly
BEECHAMS
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is tosavc yourself trouble and expense Gentle but quick safe
but thorough they enable the bowels to cnrr wnj waste matter
naturally and tone up the whole digestive system They will
not injure the most delicate They help you to pet your bowels
and your digestive organs in that condition when they can
take good care of themselves and of you Bccchams Pilb
D l Good Naturally
For female Hcccham Pill arc pccUUr tulublc Sue inttruclloro with och box
Sold Everywhere in boxca lOc and 25c
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11 LuciOH season Is now h i > hei z > 1 jot li To
Yellowstone You can do so If jou have a bank account and any I
one can have one Remember you arc paid to save Rewarded
when you contribute to your own betterment Youare twice blcsu
ed First by saving money from your own extravagance and ace
end by receiving Interest because you have saved We pay four per
cent on savings deposits
GEN STATE BANK
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the windows lowered or raised with
out affecting tho wire In the winter
thb screens might In this way be de
tached or If the user should prefer
they could with very little trouble be
taken out altogether
The wire to bo used In the screens
will not corrode and the owners
of tho invention say that tho fixtures
will last for years The cost will bo
no greater for Installing tho new
screens than old ono
The men most Interested In tho
Invention are J II CarBon B E
West and Byron A West of Salt Lake
City and M J West of Ogden Mr
Carson Is president of tho company
The new screen Is covered by two
United Slates patents and will bo
placed on the market In about two
months lime At present they will bo
manufactured In Chicago though it Is
possible that when the sales render
It expedient a plant for tho making
of the screens will be opened In
Ogden or Salt Lake City
UTAH HAM AT
CAr P PHRY
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Dispatches from Camp Perry Ohio
state that the Utah team of NaUon
al Guard marksmen stood at fifth
place In class C yesterday the
morning scores being well up with
the leaders
For the Utah team H P Ander
son made 49 Woy 48 Warlhmau 47
Nlolson 46 Wobb 15 Coolidgo 14
WlnLsch 42 Anderson 41 Gardner 40
Floyd Smith 36 Frank SmIth 3C
Kearn 34
At tho end of Limo first six strings
the Utah contingent had Its nearest
competitors beaten by a number of
points but dropped back ou the re
mainder
The Utah loam scored 40in the
morning and It expected thai the
1000 yards and rapid lire contests I
will give the team an opportunity to
regain Its position although It Is
greatly handicapped by not having a
coach
CAMP PERRY Ohio Aug 23The
indjOf Ute second day of the National
match finds tho United States ser
vice rifle loams led by the Infantry
in possession of all tho first five
places and with New York ranking
sixth heading the thlrtyelghti na
tional guard teams
The Ihreo leaders finished In tho
following order
Team Rapid Total I
Infantry BI3 21G3
Navy 645 2115
Naval Academy 526 2109
The Evans service skirmish match
awarded last week to the United
Stales infantry goes to the Seventy
fourth New York according to cor
rected bulletins Issued today I The
commltteo sustained Oklahomas pro
test that tho match should b6 de
cided on points not on men ollml
minted Oklahoma iot second place
and the Infantry third
BURIAL OF LATE
LATEJOSEPH
JOSEPH BAXTER
Funeral Kqrviccs over the remains
of Joseph TBaxtor wore held Tuesdny
In the Fourth Ward mooting house
Bishop R A Olsen conducting the
services The musical numbers rond
ered were as fajlows Count your
Many JJlOBslnpS7 and Beautiful Isle
of SoiHOWhure b > Mrs Wealthy
Marriott and Miss Maud Holnap solo
Face to Face was sung by Orson
Griffin solo Some Sweet Day was
rendered by Mrs Mary Farley Corn
lorttng eulogistic talks were made by
t
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President J Wcatherapoon E A Lar
kin and Bishop Olaen A wealth of
beautiful floral tributes silently told
of the high esteem to which the da
iceaeod was hold in the community
Tho veteran firemen served as pall
bearers Tho Intorment was mado In
Ogdon City cemetery and the grave
was dedicated by William Hancock
INJURED MAN STILL
ALIVE IN HOSPITAL
William Coburn tho man found by
tho Southern Pacific tracks near Mo
I line Nov with his skull fractured
Is still alive In the Elko hospital but
it Is not believed that he can recover
Tho railroad officials are In communi
cation with the Injured mans broth
er A J CJpburn of Chicago and
should the victim of the accident die
his body will probably be shipped to
the Windy city
No further particulars as to how
the man was hurt have been learned
au Coburn has not recovered con
sciousness It is thought that he
fell off of a moving train on which ho
was stealing a ride The Injured
rrans brother is connected with the
MarshallField company of Chicago
and Is a man of considerable promin
ence and wealth
KILLED IN DESPERATE
DUAL AT GREENFIELD
Greenfield Cal Aug 2tDlIrln a
desperate duel last mmnlght lu which
Frederick W Becker and N F TogS
nazzlnl welltodo residents of Kin
City were the principals and shotgun
and rifle the weapons Becker was
killed and Mrs Becker and her father
W D Fowler wore wounded
Tho tragedy occurred In a cottage
in which To nazzlnl and Mrs Beck
er were discovered asleep Backer
Immediately begun shooting the fire
being returned by Topnazzlnl Many
shots were exchanged tho cottage be
ing rIddled by bullets which missed
their mark
Becker was fatally wounded dying
In a short time Mrs Becker was
wounded over one eyo and Fowler
who had accompanied Becker receiv
ed a charge of shot In the arm Top
nazzlnl the only ono of tho four not
wounded has been arrested and
charged with murder
Chicago Markets
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OS to 1S
CornSept CO 12 Dec 5S May
CO N to 13
OatsSept 31 3S bee 10 38 May
39 12 s
Pork SepL 21lC to 2117 12 Oc
tober 2057 12 Jan 1830
Lard ScpL 1130 Oct 1190
November 1115
Ribs ScpL 1215 OoL 1162 12
January 960
MADAME KELLER I
Hair Scalp and Skin Special
1st 2468 Wash Ave Ogden
Utdn Bell Phone 1353K
Correspondence and personal In
structions in every branch of the
BEAUTIFYING ARTS
Manufacturer of reliable toilet
propnratlonfl and French masks
hair weaving
CORSETS MADE TO ORD R
RESIDENT LADIES ARE
REQUESTED TO MAKE AP
POINTMENTS IN ADVANCE
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