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I I 1 We are ready 9 as mever before to aid you Isi your Fall Furniture rnd House
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In past seasons our stocks have been comple te This season they are in even better condition Our store service is par excellent from start to
I t i finish should be Painstaking brought salespeople to serve you and aid you in supplying your needsa prompt and I careful delivery service to bring things to J as they t
I jI1J li Our p cesfair and just lower than elsew here for goods of the same qualitymean supplyi ng your wants to you at handsome savings 9
i I I W 1 4 We have planned harder than ever this Fall to merit your patronage and if the best store ser vice at your command means anything to you were
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4 heater will solve your stove problems Theyre
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A 1 pR N1 S This Beautiful Iron I
t i for this round Dining Table with pedestal base 48
tk h inch top 10inch fluted pedestal extends G feet j Bed tlfJ 1075
I I genuine quarter sawed top a most excellent article p
t ° lor the price named J t A brand new pattern has heavy posts and fill 7
w l f VY7 t o ers colors gilt trimmed very smooth
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F Isewhere for less than double
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We will gladly arrange convenient terms of J y
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r a box mattress and is as good as any box mattress With sateen ticking well tufted full size guar
you can buy for twice the price anteed not to lump pack or matt or money back
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NEW RAILROADS WEST OF OGDEN
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The railroad map lately placed on the walls of the Weber club
it t outlining proposed roads to be built by the Harriman system to the
t I west of Ogden has traced on its surface a cutoff from the old Car
I son Colorado narrow gauge beginning near Basalt on the Cali
11 I forniaNevada boundary and running northeasterly to a connec
I tion with the Southern Pacific either at Battle Mountain Palisado
f I or Elko Nevada Were such a line to be constructed say to Elko I
1 I it would be a far more desirable short route to Southern California
than the San Pedro it would
as pass through a country where some
thing more than horned toads and lizards thrive and where the
f stretches of desert unlike the San Pedro wastes are here and there
relieved by an oasis a fertile valley and wooded mountain range
The map discloses the fact that half a dozen surveys have been
t made in Nevada from the Southern Pacific north into Oregon Two
lines have been run from Wells one from Wells to Burley and an
other from Wells to Nampa Idaho
There is a proposed inn from TTT M re 71
ley to Weiser Idaho and one from Wadsworth north to Klamath
FallsThe
The road out of Wadsworth is to be built this winter the steel
rails having been ordered Slivered at Wadsworth by the head of
ficials of the Southern Pacific
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The proposed lines irom w vvinnemucca and Wells no doubt arc
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vey from Saline to Rupert which is among the proposed roads given
on tho Weber club map is said to have been approved by Julius
Kruttschnitt and will receive attention when the Harriman system re
covers from its present fit of retrenchment The Oregon Short Line
from Granger to Pocatello is said to be congested with traffic To
relieve that undesirable condition it will be necessary to double
track the Union Pacific from Granger to Ogden and construct the
Saline toRupert cutoff and that is a move which cannot long be
delayed without subjec ng the management to criticism for failing
to provide against blockades and interrupted traffic
The Denver Rio Grande at a time when that road was sup
posed to be burdened with a debt beyond the ability of the system
to sustain suddenly announces that its main line is to be double
tracked into Ogden This rejuvenation of the old Gould line is some
thing which prompts the question Is there new blood and new
money in the road from over the mountains It further suggests
the query uIs the Harriman system with its unsurpassed record of
achievement in improvements to allow itself to be displaced by the
Denver Rio Grande at the most critical period in the affairs of
western railroads J
The Western Pacific a Gould connection is bidding for Cali
I fornia and Oriental trade and is making odious comparisons with
the Southern Pacific and its connections inviting attention With
the Western Pacific spreading out expanding growing and chat
len t ug competition can the Harriman people afford to drop down
rom the high standard of expansion heretofore maintained and I
How the Goulds to displace them first in aggressiveness and final
y in prestige and business
S s 0no phaserof this rivalry is not often touched upon because it
I is somewhat local The Gould roads have Salt Lake on their main
line and they are laboring for tho upbuilding of that city claiming
that eventually they will profit most by everything which adds to
Salt Lakes growth
Paralleling the Gould roads from 40 to 50 miles north arc tho
Harriman roads with Ogden similarly situated as to those roads as is
Salt Lake to the Gould lines The same argument applied to Ogden
should persuade tho Harriman people that by lending their support
to the future greatness of Ogden they will be serving their own
interests to better advantage than by joining in boosting for the
territory which must of necessity contribute most to Denver Rio
Grande and Western Pacific prosperity
SALVATION ARMY IN OGDEN
The local Salvation Army under Captain Chesham is making
an excellent record The army is doing a labor of love in a field un
occupied by any other moral force and in its high endeavor to aid
the wayward and helpless should be encouraged by our people
Captain Chesham opened his books to the editor of the Stand
ard for inspection in order to show how carefully every nickel is
accounted for and made to serve a helpful purpose We found that
the revenUes of the local army though doubled under the present
I officer are but a pittance toward accomplishing that which the work
ers in this field are called on to perform and yet Captain Chesham
is cheerful and uncomplaining and apparently is as buoyant as
though he and his wife were abundantly provided with means That
is one of the commendable features of the Salvation Army the
commanders seldom have a thought of riches as they are trained
in a charity which calls for all their revenues and almost forbids
the idea of accumulating the worlds goods
Tho people of Ogden might give less worthily than to Captain
Chesham and his little army
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PEACEPACT
PACT IN NEVADA
Charles E Hudson Secretary of Stray
Dog Company losueo an t
Explanation
Charles E Hudson secretary of the
Manhattan Stray Dog Mining com
imny has forwarded to stockholders
the following statement In regard to
the agreed declaration of peace be
tween this und other organizations of
the Manhattan district of Nevada
Inclosed find proc for tho special
meeting of stockholders which Is to
be held on September 20 1910 which
please sign and roturn to mo prompt
ly
The purpose of this meeting 105 to
adopt and pans sufficient resolutions
authorizing the BCtilomont of the ledi
ous and oxponfiUo and longdrawn oat
disputes and litigation which have
boon pending for a period of over two
rears between this company and tho
Manhattan Doxtor Mining company
Tho plan proposed Id to Incorpor
ate a holding corporation to be known
as the Dexter Consolidated lines
company with a capital stock of
1500000 shares to which are to be
conveyed thu Jumping Jack mining
claim owndd by the Manhattan Dox
tor Mining company and the property
of this company
In consideration of the convey
anco of the claims to tho holding
company tho holding company Issue
Its entire capital stock to the Man
hattan Dexter company of Nevada the
Manhattan Jumping Jack Mining
company and Manhattan Stray Dog
Mining company Tho relative propor
lion to which each company halt be
entitled Is to ho determined by a
board of three arbitrators
Tho plan also contemplates that
nil litigation tu which any of the above i
mentioned properties or corporation I
are now Involved will be disposed of
and finally settled and dismissed
The officers of the compan and
Its attorneys have labored Incessant
ly for a period of some months past
In conducting the negotiations which
have finally culminated In a proposed
settlement of all difficulties along tho
lines above mentioned and the pat
has amply demonstrated tho net that
until such settlement hall havo been
adopted and ratified by proper cor
porate authority thoro valuable ruin
ing claims will continue to remain
Idle Indefinitely under the various
Injunctive orders and processes of the
court
courtWe
We trust that wo have satisfact
orily explained to you tho wisdom of
this proposed merger and tho ab
solute neccdslty of carrying the above
plan Into effect If any dividends aro
ever to bo realized by tho stockhold
ers and so wo hope that you will
IcnJ your approval to a proposition
which when carried Into execution
will Insure the active development
t on a large scale of one of tho prom
ising mining properties of the west
t WORLDS MARKETS
STOCKS ARE STRONGER
ON LIFELESS MARKET
Now York Sept 108t Paul
showed an opening advance today of
34 and International Paper preferred
and PitLsburg Cincinnati Chicago C
St Louis a decline of 1 Only about
a score of stocks were traded In and
there was no change In excess of a
half Higher prices wero made for
stocks when hero was any business
Reading and Union Pacific absorbed
the bulk of the dealings and ruled
about 12 above yesterdays close
American Car roso 112
The general list showed scarcely a
perceptible vibration The close was
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Bank Statcrecnt
New York Sopt lOThe following
Is tho Now York Clearing house sum
mary of the weekly statement of
banks for the week ending September
9thLoans
Loans 1261101000 Increase 2
202000
Deposits 1272703000 decrease
2793000
Circulation 14815000 increase
4970000
Specie 278320000 decrease 1
693000
Legal tenders 07930000 Increase
200000
Reserve 318253000 decrease 1
121000
Reserve required 318189000 de
crease 098000
Surplus 290G9000 decrease V
789000
Ex United States deposits 28469
000 decrease 3795000
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Sept 30 Cattle Re
ceipts estimated at 200 market
steady Beeves 4SO810 Texas
steers 375j GOO western steers
450720 stackers and feeders
00620 cows and holfors 2IO
650 calves 700 < < j > 925
Hogs Receipts estimated at 6OflO
market lOc up Light 940f0no
mired 87075975 heavy 8 50 < g >
9760 rough 850 880 good to
choice heavy 8800960 pigs S GO
X970 bulk of sales 8 85fT950
Sheep Receipts estimated at 1000
materk keartj5SHR SHRDLU PJ
market steady Natives 2SR4f
western 3 254 G5 yearlings 370
0595 lambs native 5700 > 710
western 5 20ig > 700
Chicago Close
Chicago Sept 10WheatSp
temper 95 11 December 9938
9912 Mav 10531
Corn September C338 Decem
ber C4 3111P54 7S May 5778ii8
Oats September 3278 December
315Stfi3114 May 3758
PorkOctober 2032 12 January
1880
Larxl October 123712 Novem
bei 1175 January 108712
Short rl September 1L05 Oc
tober 1175
Metal Market
New York Sept 10fotals dull
and nominal Tin easy 35 OvlfZ > 35 50
Copper quiet lake 1275i < J > 12 87 12
electra J2 50 > 1273 casting 122GW1
1250 Toad dull 4104 Smelter
quiet 510ff560
New York Money
Now York Sept 10 Money on call I
nominal I
Time loans very dull and soft six
ty days 334 ff > l per cent ninety I
days 4412 nor cent six months i
1121 3J per cent
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Sugar and Coffee i
Now York Sent 10Sut1rRaw I
steady Muscovado S9 test S3SG
centrifugal 90 test t36 molasos
sugar 89 tost 3 61 Refined steady
Coffee Spot strong No 4 Rio
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