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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOM
Boll Phone No 322
T Independent two rings56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Either phore one ring 56
RANDOM
REfERENCES
I
II
Account CONFERENCE and STATE
FAIR the Oregon Short Line will sell
round trip Uckots to Salt Iako at
rate 110 OcL 3rd to Cth Inclusive
good returning Oct 12th Choice of
ELEVEN trains dally Secure tickets
at City Ticket Office 2511 Waahlng
ton avenue Both pnonos 372
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
a specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 2Gtb
Get your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Line tickets at the office in the
Opera House Block Dont force your
I self to stand in hUb at the Depot
i For SaleOld mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
1
WANTEDClean wbito rags at tho
Standard
Advertloora must have their copy
for the Evening Standard the evening
before the day on which tho adver
tisement is to appear in order to in
sure publication
LAST EXCURSION of the acason
NORTH via OREGON SHORT LINE 1
Tickets on sale Oct Sth Secure tick
etS and full information at City Tick
et Office 2514 Washington avenue
Both phones 372
Continued on Pago Seven
INVITES TOURISTS TO
POINT OUT ERRORS
President Cannon Speaks at Taber
nacle on Teneto of Mor
monlsm
Salt Lake Oct 3As yesterday was
the first Sunday of the month the
regular ncrvlcc in the Tabernacle was
dispensed with fast meetings being
hold In tho various wards However I
I special services were hold In tho Tab
ernacle at 3 oclock for tourists and
visitors About twothirds of the scats
on tho lower floor of the big auditor
ium were occupied and close attention
was paid to the excellent musical pro
1 pram and to a brief address bv Presl
dent Hugh J Cannon of Liberty aUike
Prof J J iMcClollan presided nt the
hip organ The first number was a
selection from Beethoven arranged
for the organ by Batiste Prayer was I
offered by Elder Charles H Vllken I
nner which Andante by Wider wns
rendered by Prof McClellnn Com
munion by Bntlstc was tho next nim
her followed by an old melody ar
ranged by Prof > IcClcllan
Hugh J Cannon president of tho
Liberty stake was the only speaker
Ho declared that Mormoniein socall
ed IJr tho goBpol or Christ was the
biggest thing In the world
Truth In Mormonism
I We believe said tho speaker In
part that about DO ycara ago the
Father and Son manifested thomfielvos
to Joseph Smith the prophet and af
ter that other heavenly beings ap
peared to him and the plan of salva
tion was restored to earth Mormon
Ism today presents sufficient truth to
demand tho attention of every man
and woman In the world Those who
do the will of the Father those who
live honest upright and virtuous lives
shall know the truth We want the
truth and we invite all mon to show
up where wo are In error according
to the teachings of Christ
President Cannon said that among
the strongest men In the church were
men who bad studied the sciences
who had traveled over the world and
that they understood the scientific
truths taught by tho church Ho said
that the unanimity of tho testimony I
given by the missionaries who went
out to preach tho gospel was worthy
of consideration
Wo are criticised said because be
cause wo stand together but is It not
amrvelous that wo gather from nil
parts of tho world and are willing to
follow the leadership of one man or n
pet of men It is because this gospel
Is not manmade but Is of Cod and
then men arc choson of God This
work Is too Important for us to deals
In preaching the gospel simply be
cause we arc criticized
Tho services closed with a solec
tlon on the organ of the Pilgrims
it
Chorus
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O latlon statistics were made 0
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t 0 302D1 an Increase of 21171 0
L O or 2322 per cent compared with C
O 9117 in 1900 0
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r0 t O COunty Pa 1S77S compared 0
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TO BAKE
Vouro not properly prepared unlea
you havo a sack of
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
In tho house
It makes delicious things and the
aro as wholesome a d they are boo
3 Its tho wheat that does It backe
by scientific milling and long expor
c4f cuce
rD 1Tc
SPORTS
BASEBALL < RESULTS
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
National League
Including Oct 2 Games
Won Lost PC
Chicago OC IS 664
Now York S7 59 son i
Plttsburg 85 G2 578
Philadelphia 71 73 503
Cincinnati 71 76 193
Brooklyn 62 SC 110
SL Louis 59 86 410
Boston 50 117 310
American League
Including Oct 2 Games
Won Lost PC
Philadelphia 100 16 GS5
New York S3 C2 572
Detroit SI Gl 568
Boston eo SO 67 Oil
Cleveland 68 7S I6S
Chicago 65 SI 431i
Washington CJ S3 435
SU Louis 4G 105 300
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 8 Cincinnati 4
CINCINNATI OcU 2Dr winning
today the Chicago team won the Na
tional league pennant for 1910 Ruol
I
bach pitched himself out of several
dangerous holes Score R II E
Chicago S IT i
Cincinnati 1 10 6
Batteries Ruelbach and KIlns
Gaspar Burns and Clarke
St Louis 0 Plttcburg 5
PITTSBUHG Oct Plttsburg won
today Lelfleld was effective allow
ing only seven scattered hltfi Score
I R H hi
SU Louis 0 7 2
Plttsburg 5 0 1
Batteries Steole and Brcsnahan
Lelflold and Gibson
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 0 Chicago 4
CHICAGO Oct 2 Chicago defeat
ed Cleveland today i to 0 mainly
through Moloans batting and base
running Both White and Kaler pitch
ed good ball but the visitors sup
port was weak in the pinches Score
R H B
Cleveland 0 0 3
Chicago A 5 0
Batteries Kaler and Smith White
Mid Sullivan
Detroit 12 St Loula 7
ST LOUIS Oct 2 Detroit won
Flora St Louis today 12 to 7 Nel
son was hit hard CGobb got four hits
out of five times at bdt Score
< R II E
Detroit d12 20 3
St Louis 7 S 3
Batteries Work and Schmidt Nel
son and Stephens
COAST LEAGUE
At San Francisco Morning game
Sacramento 4 San Francisco L Aft
ernoon game San Francisco 6 Sac
ramento 2
At PortlandNo game rain
At Los Angeles Morning game
Vernon 1 Los Angeles J Forfeited
to Los Angeles 9 to 0 for attempt
Ing to delay the game In tho tenth
inning Afternoon gamo Vernon 3
Los Angeles 0
WESTERN LEAGUE
At St JosephFirst game SU Jo
seph 9 Topeka 4 Second game St
Joseph 2 Topeka O
At Wichita Firat game Wichita
3 Denver 11 Second game Wichi
ta 9 Denver S
At Lincoln Lincoln 7 Omaha 11
At Sioux CityFirst game Sioux
City 2 Dos Moluos S Second game
Sioux City 7 Des Moines 4 I
ROBINSON WiNS
vnhl HOME RUN
Star Negro Second Baseman Puts
One Over Center Field Fence
In Eureka Game
Eureka Oct Notwithstanding tho
extremely cold weathor which made
baseball almost impossible about 1000
fans gathered at the baseball park In
this city todav to witness the opening
game In the series between Eureka
and the Occidentals
The colored boys won out by a score
of 14 to 10 their hits being more
timely than those made by tho homo
team The fielding of both teams
was brilliant at times while at othor
times It was very ragged
The Occidentals practically won the
game In the second inning when a
home run a throebagger and two sin
gles coupled with teveral errors gave
them eight runs The home run
which was made by Robinson Is the
first that has over been made on the
local grounds which have been In use
I for the past nix years The husky
second baseman met tho ball squarely
and drove It over the center field
lonce Had this feat been performed
I by a local player In a close and Inter
I esting game It would have netted him
a small fortune In UPS from the crowd
which always greet a brilliant play
at Eureka Robinson got nothing In
the coin line for his swat
Heusscr started to pitch for Eureka
LSTANDAR fORM CHAIRT I
Complied by Frank St D Skinner
61 to 65 Ilrat Street San Francisco Cal
OGDEN Utah Saturday October 1 1910Mh day Voiu clnni4 Tr fast
Presiding Judo RIchard Dwyer Starter
IT St D Skinner
RACEFive furlongs Selling Threeyearolds and nj tAt
12Q FIRST HACK If h
7338 ward Value to first ft
lDdcS lIorH and Uwuc We tt li 1JJ r Sir Fin Jockey U c
G llolJcItr 3 J2 11 U 1 J Purkor 5 b
7lck Abramtl
j 13
2 CI Gausel 35710
Z 2
2us 1ubl Ro 3 OntOreStnlG 2
20 Pyron 5 CPDye 1 1 P 3 3 3 Agiityo 4 l
2 55
jti Burning Bush a RnIl11cIOJ 4 l1 13 4 13 Munder
1 tCnmldq111 j 6 r 5 j4 Iver 1
u
jt2J CruJlndn uI II JPalmner 1C 6 r 6 Ii 6 Porter 2i 40
2 mlnutow Off at 237 110102135 M 25 10315
At POll
12 show
12 show RoSe 13 place out how Uyron
Xlck ST place
Belle Trained by C
Kcnnesuw
Service cnneIlw
Winner b p by llnlgounn or
W Rockwood
Scratched S llannln
Start good Won driving Second and third easily
Winner bid up from 200 to J305 by J Frotcra Retained
atiirta He
Hick Abrams showed decided Improvement over hK last two
and showed dazzllnc bpetxl although ho wua fast com
wont to the front
all the
lug buck to Tubo Rose at the finish Tube Rose thu runner up
faraway
Journey wns hard ridden but could not make JJIck stop liyron never
away from lenders easily tho next beat Bush showed nothing
o SECOND RACn Five furlongs Solllnif Threeyeurolda and up
I 339 ward Value to rirst illS
Index lIorlic nllli Ot1ner Wt St 1A 4 h Ser FID Jockey O C
P 1 I 1 GnulNI 12 f
ICIJ 1
4 OnlOreStnWJ
j323 On Para 1
10 IU
Alone 6 FSullan1IfJ 4 a II 2I 21i Mlnucrs
7i All
I WMCaiiilit G 2 1 i 3h 3s Buxton S S
i3fi SulnllIt
72tJ SusIe Gregg II InpJllI 111 3 4 P Jf 4 S Inrllu 10 lu
Storklm G iISM 111 r is 5 5 Iver8 32
jrI Sliver
H22 LakevlCw 5 CPDreHYI 5 G t I 6 Aguao S t 41
1 mlnuio Off at 303 Time2S Q5 1113
At post
SalnoBt lJ ohow
Parole out place and how Atonu 3 place I show
Trained by B John
Winner ch p by Rusaell Gold Cot
and third easily
Won In a callop Second
Stan good
going down
showed high turn of speed tried to boar out
On Parole a
utralghnned him out and he ran Into a lone
back stretch but GaUBcl soon
lend winning pulled up AH Alone moved up fast on lower turn picked up
Suslo Gregg
Snlncst ran hor race
final eighth
her
Salncst mind ran over
three legs
never far away from second division Stocking pulled up on
1 2 4 THIRD RACEFive furlong Selllne Threeyearolds and up
fuE
7340
I i1 Il ward Value to first J115
index horse and Owner Wt St V A Li Str FIn Jockey O C
a H l > 1i I1 Ivors 26 156
LnssotllU
iaSwmtgortator u
3 i 3 21 Mandcra 3 3
l0
AltentIIalllW
35ttIIItfle r
v i36fl = S11 Ouugul I 1
2J 2J 21
llLxln 3 OntOrcSta 103 1
TSllAluxln
taSMoa a Bcjilly 103 4 4i 4lHa 41 CavnjiiUKh 10 16
12
10
inauguration 5 MAMStiilW 5 5 5 5 5 S Martin
C3 24 15 432C 102 15
At post 2 mlnuiOftat 33J TlmcZ
uhow Alaxlo
out
Jo Hwaircrlutor out plnee and show Aqulllno 35 place
12 ahow inner b IT by Lord DalmenyMItrie Trained by G Uanactt
Scratched 732S Novgorod 732S Sir harry
Start good Won ciuilly Second ilrlvlni Third easily
Swngorlitor had all the speed wont rIght out to the front and tho IB
collared Alaxlo In stretch nnd out
In doubt Aquiline
wa never
sun Corned her In tho run homo Alaxlo nhowcd good speed but hung some at
showed well for tho first time out
the finish Mcada and Inauguration
Weather clear Track fast
rOUUTJI RACE Ono and aj > tlphth miles The Utah Handicap
I 2 4 1
7 341 Throoyanrolda and upward Value lo flri < l 200
St 2 Str tin J01kcy U C
Index lIou dud Uwar Vt t 4
AI l Pi 11 1 Cavanaugh 2 2
1 irurnmlreflul H
ijolivery
73J dpec
po
4 4
W 31 31 3 ° 2 tanllorl1
Umensettvr
Cubl
a
7510 t 62 53
Blllronlu i FMHopper101 1 2 2l t 33 I Callahan
713 orthwJstStnl00 J Ii Ii G 5 H Duxton 52 63
7S11 Sir John 5 4 H tack 101 I Jh 51 5 b 4 54 Anderson 2 52
CTIIaIlrcilHurn j9J Inncr Seeker Ii DornL1i2 6 Sh 4 4 Ij G W Gurgnn 5 5
IG 15 143 45 14 J6
Tlml6 c1 I l
At post 2 mlnutoH Off at 4 1 L
710 place 12 show Cabin S5 place 15 show Ualronla SInner
Ucllvory Trained by T Turnmlro
Two Annies
Winner b g by Henry YoungTwo
Won easily Second and third same
Start good ou field all
tiptoed to hip
and Just
Delivery inadu all his own pnco
Special entering the stretch ind out orncll Ualroula
Cabin made bin run
tho fluil way olghth Balronla forced the pace first mile end but Troasuro weaknnwd Seeker somewhat run
t the finish Sir John waa closlnp fast at the respond
a sluggish race Boy worked on him but ho failed to
UACE Sovon furlongs SclllnB Tliroeyearolda and up
TJ At FIFTh sm
16 Mi ward Value to first U1S
oi
strvin JOcy
Wt 3t
end Owner
Index hiorse
1 I I 1 lm lMart1mi rJ 2
1Yollowfoot I t Mlssrnan W 3 1
7ZS1 Ii
2 I 101 S
U3lungerM Ii 2 Zl
jJ3i Obcon 3 11 FlcrnlllgCo 103 i 5 G 43 P 3 ° Callahan 1 3
3sMosback Gollco G ITJncksonI03 I 4 33 3 3 4 Rosen 2 2
linll Ann 6 PDoI00 1 3 4 GIO 6 64 Aguayo S 8
nn
DorothY
iJ31 5 SAl
6 G G r Duxton or
30 Sprllll Dan n Northwest 103 5 Ii
Il 45 W 35 lU 4 130
inlnuic Off fit 4S llmuU
At post J GtJllclJ
out show Oberon 2 place 1 show uonco out
710 place
Yellowfoot Trained by I llyncs
by Yellow Tall KootllBhl
ch
Winner K easily Second jramo Third driving
good Won NUl
Strtrt only to
bin lost out > galloping
Phow < xl vxtrvtnc spcxl over
Yollowfoot Inclined to loaf
close up today wiiH
entire wny Oboron kept
his fluid tho drew his whip and the horse ran JIWHV from It
but boy
fInal sixteenth Mo tfbuck hud ooi
Oollco broke slowly made up ground tWIt the lust halt 5000
early foot but backod UP at the nd
Sailing Threeyearolds and up
UACB Six furlongs
JQ SIXTH
7343 wnrtl Value to flr > t SUfi
Thitorto anduwoer Wt3t I 1JJ tr FIn Jod I C
Index 0 ortlmwrtl1ThiL i ii Kuxton 2
s it2 < bcean Shore ShorUil 1 Hobart 111 4 n 2 al 2 Casnnaughi Itf 15
rTKSlJudRO OntOroSUilf J 2 P 1 i 2 3 > i GauKCl 6 10
W15 Aunt Polly G a < a hltf1hl1111 S 61151 6 Ii W On anh 5 3
7337Emnin OJ Ill 7 t > 4 Ii 5i Callahan
7MO Bl kro C JStoo 7 7 7 6i Handera Ii 10
Uurnott a CCottonlll 3
ija2Capt It
Ivorll
6 1Vc 8
Ill
Snowball u OJlonlerOiI11
7H1 1t1 4
Off 1Ttm S52 J6 Mi
I minute at > K
Al post 3 hoY l olly8 show
Shortall C DIsco
1 pUc 12 show
Shore by W llawko
nod
b c by KlsmetHclen G Trained
Winner
drlvlm
Second ruJd third
iMly
Seconded
Start good Won caine down the final ollhth
through on turn ror bomo
get
Shore
Ocean Shortall In a hud IItn1lle out
and at uhecmI held them sate
Y feat nd i or stretch lmml1
en hlch showed the until hlad mma 0
way
StAyeJ Aunt Polly finish B1kra iio with the
oarinpeed waseIoslmmg 10 rllll ot th end
no the
ttOt flight In the eur1 running hung some at
1
but In the fourth Inning with tho
score 9 to 3 In favor of tho Occident
als and the bases full ho retired In
favor of Williams The latter hold
the visitors down to four hits and had
seven strikeouts to his credit Lang
ford waa in the box lor the negroes
and while he was hit freely he tight
oncd up at critical tlmoa and he re
tired tho lIdo when a hit would have
tied the scare
Several hundred dollar changed
hands on todays game Dots are be
Ing madn tonight on the games be
tweeu tho two teams In Salt Lake
next Saturday and Sunday
8MYTll PURCUASES
DARTMOOR RAMS
D A Smith representing the In
termountain Land Livestock com
pany at the fair grounds Saturday
purchased forty head of selected Dart
moor rams which wero recently Im
ported from England The sheep were
bought of John Rawllngs the sheep
man of Canada
This sale means more to the Utah
breeders than tho mere statement
would Indicate The sheep are a pod
Igrced lot being able to trace their
lincalogy back some three hmulrci
years In one family I
Included In the lot of alicop figuring
In the transaction arc the sheep from
the prize ram of the Royal Sheep
Show In England which animal was
Imported for show purposes to Amen
ca In August 1900 the first Dart
moor ever brought across the seas
The Dnrtmoor la a distinctive Eng
lish variety and Is a very popular
breed In that country The bunch
that were sold yesterday were raised
and bred by John R T Klngwell
North Told South Devon England
In the famous Dartmoor hills
In February whon they wore hut
Ion months old tho she op In this
flocl wore sheered for the first time
nnd yielded an average of twelve and
a half pounds after being dipped with
the staple of wool thirteen aud a half
inches long The Intermountain Land
and Live Stock company is an Ogden
corporation with a capital of 100000
and time officers arc W C Hunter
president and general manager D A
Smyth vice president Frank Smyth
secretary Louis Bitten manager
TIle introduction of this brood of
rams on the Utah range will tend to
build up and strengthen the local
sheep and Is expected to bring about
wonderful benefits In the way of more
and better wool and hardier healthier
sheep
The price paid for this hunch of fan
but it Is
cy sheep Is not made public
known that the former owners nskcd
a high figure during the week and
would not allow them to be put In the
auction sales
The International Land and Live
Stock company Is to he congratulated
on their enterprise In securing this
lot of Imported sheep and their pur
pose of luterlireedliit them with
Utah sheep Is being praised by every
sheep man In the city
BURGLAR ROBS I
OME AND ESCAPES
Saturday night tho homo of Leon
ard Scheufole 2SC Twentythird street
was burglarized and 10 in gold 3tol
en Mr Schoufole Is a shoemaker I1d
his mouoy was kept In a small purse
Tho money was soon missed and
whon a friend B R Oattico notice
a stranger lounging about In the ret r
of the house he gave chase Tin
burglar was a sprinter however and
got away after a run of more than a
block
Batticc declares he can identify tin
man if he Is captured and is wail
ing over lu Ogden for that purpose
The police department has been fur
nished with a description and over
officer In the city is on the lookout
COLD AND RAIN ARE
AIDING SICK DUCKS
With Continued Favorable Weather
Shooting Season Will Soon
Open
Salt Lake Oct 3TIme rain of Sat
urday night and the succeeding cole I
weather came as providential succor
to thousands of disoaseatricken duckf
along the Jordan river Al the month
of the Jordan river where the disease
was particularly prevalent the condl
lions wore much Improved Sunday
The rain had I washed out tho roost
Ing grounds and Improved the feed
Thore was running water In the can
als and strearris and the ducks sccmec
to have a new lease of life
Several members of the New Stat
Gun club visited the lodge on Sun
day and were overjoyed at the Improv
ed conditions They ventured the as
sertion that with continued duel
weather tho disease would praeticall
be wiped out within two weeks and
that tho shooting season would oner
then Physicians have given their
opinion that cold weathor and rain
would do much to eradicate the dis
ease with which the ducks arc af
flicted
UNION PACIFIC PLANS
ECHO CANYON BETTERMENTS
The Union Pacific it Is said will
expend a largo sum of money the
coming year In still further Improving
the line through Echo canyon As
will bo remembered the first thing
undertaken by time management In
1899 was tho realignment of its Wyom
ing division and at that time but a
limited amount of work wns done on
the Utah end Now however thia
portion if the main line is to re
ceive attention and the main feature
will be the elimination of curvature
which will mean many miles of now
grading mostly sidehill work Each
year sees BOIDO big Improvement on
the Overland Route nnd tho coming
season It Is predicted will witness
the greater part of the appropriation
expended within this state
ACCIDENTALLY SHHOT
Astoria Oregon Oct 3D N Bain
a mlllman and Jogger of this city was
accidentally shot and killed yesterday
by Clark Ixughary former chief of
police of Astoria Loughory who had
boon hunting was drying his gun
when the cloth caught tho hammer
aud discharged the weapon
READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGC
ADVENT OF
TffTh JEWS
NEW YEAR
Tho advent of the Jewish Ness
Year SG71 In thc Hebrew calendar
will he celebrated at sunset this even
ing and tomorrow by special services
In all the temples of time reformed
Jews and time synagogues of the orth
odox throughout the world
Tho festival is known as Roshha
ShoNah the beginning of thc civil
year
yearWith the single oxccpton of Yom
KIppur or tho Day of Atonement
which follows quickly upon U tho fes
tival Is more generally observed than
any of the other feasts in the Hebrew
calendar
During the celebration of tho Rosh
haShoNah no work or business IK
I done by tho observing Jew Peni
tence charity and prayer are the es
sential features of the celebration
The services at the temples and
synagogues aro solemn and impres
sive and generally well attended
DEMOCRATS NAME
COUNTY TICKET
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
State Senator
SAMUEL BROWNING Ogden
State Leglolators
A L SCOVILLE Ogden
D D MKAY Huntsville
A E PRATT Ogden
S S SMITH Ogden
County Attorney
J D SKEEN Ogden I
County Commissionerc
Twoyear term W J PARKER Og
den 1
Fouryear term LEVI J TAYLOR
HuriGville
County Sheriff
W H ANDERSON Ogden
County Recorder
MISS MATILDA PETERSON Og
den
County Treasurer
WALTER N FARR Ogden
County Clerk
H C GWILLIAM Ogden
County Assessor
JOHN B TRIMBLE Ogden
County Surveyor
WASHINGTON JENKINS Ogden
Ogden Constable
CLEM MARTIN Ogden
In the Democratic convention Sat I
urday afternoon Samuel Browning
president of tho Ogden city council I
declined the nomination for state sen
ator Twice did ho refuse the crown 1
but the convention was determine
that he should head the ticket
Even after this was done he state
to the convention that he could not
tell at that time whether ho woul
permit his name to go before the
people on election day for their sur
age
In his partial acceptance of the
nomination Mr Browning stated that
he Is a Democrat through and throng h
and that he meant to stand finally 111
the platform of principles uttered br
the convention and that ho was one
of the Democrats in the country who
proposed to see to it that the laws
enacted by the state legislature be
executed in their entirely
Ho said he was against ring rule
and pie Democrats who had gon
Into the Republican party for lhe
sole purpose of getting a place at the
political pie counter He desired to
kill tho liquor business and though
this as good a time as any 11
Browning said he thought that the
people should now declare thomsclve
either for prohibition or local optloi
and then forever keep their peace
The legislature of this state ho said
had failed to do tho bidding of lhe
people in this respect and in many
others and he thought It n good ide
to got a direct expression from tho
voters as to whether they want wills
ky or no whisky
Immediately after the reconvcnini
of the convention In the afternoon tin
committees made their reports and
the following permanent officers won
announced
Chairman John Seaman
Secretary C A Smurthwaito
Assistant Secretary 0 A Kcnnc
dy Not a wor > of protest was utterei
against the platform which was adopt
ed unanimously
ee
After the routine of receiving tin
committee reports and adopting them
the con volition got down to real dem
ocratlc business and nominated th
ticket
In the nominating and socondlnj
speeches a great deal was said abou
the timehonored Democracy and thc
great men who had led Itto defeat
from time to time
Incidentally a few good things won
said about the nominees Most of
the nominations however wore mad
by acclamation and tho convontloi
seemed to he well pleased that mci
had been discovered who would make
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the sacrifice and march to the slang
ler
lu the nominations for time Icgiak j
lure A U Scovlllc of Ogden n D
McKay of Huntsville A E Pratt of
Ogden S S Smith of Ogden II Be
nap of Ogden and W II Tnlhurst
Ogden were named the result on tho
first ballot being the nomination or
McKay Pratt and Scovlllc
Bclnap withdrew from the mace a1hl
mi effort was mado to turn the nomi
nation to Tnlhurst but the Brownln
IH ole maintained that notwiihstntn
hug the fact that Smith had offeic
to withdraw another ballot should be
taken to determine whether Tallin
or Smith should bo nominated hi
this ballot Smith won out by I roto
of 1C to S
he other contested nomination wa
for sheriff with W i Anderson W
H Stakor and William Brown in the
field The result of tho vote on the
first ballot was
Anderson 70 Stakcr f and Brown i
Mllo Sharp of Plain City was named
for the twoyear term commissone
against Levi J Taylor of HuntsvllK I
hit ho was completely snowed unde
on the first ballot
The acclamation nominations wer
Browning senator Sheen attorney
Parker twoyear commissioner PHler
son recorder Gwllllam clork Far
tiensuror Trimble assessor Jonkid I
surveyor Martin constable I
In nominating D D McKay for the
legislature a young school icache
from Iluntdvlllo recently from Oho
also named Judson Ilaimon of Ohio to
had the Democratic ticket for > pre
idont in 1912 Ho also stated tml
Harmon would bo elected governor oC
Ohio this year and that D D McKu
would bo one of the representative
In tho Utah legislature next year
Valentine Gideon seconded the naIl
nation of Arthur Pratt for the legl
attire and In so doing he advised the
convention that ho wanted Pratt to
go down t Salt Lake and worko
a lltllo legislative work by way of
writing a few paragraphs itt the law
I
book of the state and not turn his
nttentlon toward the election of
Gcorgo Sutherland to the Unite
States senate He said the Rcpubl
cans on the legislative ticket were
nominated for the soil purpose of vat
Ing for Sutherland the same as the
Republicans a couple of years ago
wero sent to the capital for the pit
pose of voting for Rood Sweet
The business of the convention wa
concluded shortly after 6 oclock and
so rapidly did the delegates leave the
convention hal that it was imposslbl
to name tho central committee
Never can tell when youll lash a
finger or suffer a cut bruise burn or
Bcalri Bo prepared Dr Thomas gc
lootlc Oil Instantly relieves the pain
quickly cures the wound
SLOW PROGRESS IN
KESCUlNfi MINER
MONTEREY Mexico Oct 2lnt
st news from the coal mine at Pah
vherc an explosion occurred FriJa
tight indicates that the loss of lo
vill probably be 72 miners mostl
viexicans and Japanese
Because of the presence of polsor
ills gases only two bodies have thu
fat been recovered
Explosion Closes Mine
The force of the explosion b
lown all of the timbers in the stop i
from the sixth lift to the snrtact I
t blew out the mouth of the slope
Iftlng 20 feet of surface and closln
he mine
The fan house was also blown dowi I
Mt the fan and engine were not In
jlerl Entrance was made to the
nine through time central opening bu
al the ventilating currents and al1 I
> rnttlces being destroyed It was Im
possible to penetrate the mine Car
inough to reach any of Ito miners
First Rescue Party Overcome
The llrst rescue party was over
como and a second party going to
cllcve It was also overcome by after
lamp but numbers were brought lo
he surface and recovered In a fov
hours Tho work of restoring the air
currents is proceeding as rapidly al
losslblo There Is almost no possl
illlty of the men being recovered
ale as It will be IS hours more
icforc all the bodies can be reached
The neighboring mines have sent al
heir superintendents with picked men
and all have aided faithfully in the
cscue work
Dynamite Caused Explosion
The rescue helmets of which the
company has a full supply could not
be used being too large to pass
thr ugh the only available apparatus
This mine was the largest produce
oi the Coahulla Coal company and had
been shipping about 18000 tons ol
coal per month for years
The cause of the explosion has not
et been determined but Is thought
to have been caused by miners smug
ling In some common dynamite In I
tend of using thc safety powder fur
uhbel by the company
NEGROES CAUSE
RIOTING ON TRAIN
AUGUSTA Ga Oct Following
serious rioting today aboard the first
cctlon of a circus train eu route I
from Columbia S C to Augusta in I
which a white man wan shot t death
the
a negro was forced to Jump from
ipldly moving train and an attempt
as made to rob 0l11 yes of the elm
ps wholesale arrests wefc made by
thc Augusta police on the arrival ol
the train here
Three negroes one of whom con
rc ascii 1 part in the trouble on the
train are In Jail tonight charged with
mrdor and rioting
Murder Shipping Clerk
Paul A Williams 1 Sou thor Hal
ay shipping clerk at Columbia was
shot to death his body robbed and
then thrown Horn the train The no
gro who was forced to jump from the
I trin la bclloved to have been killed
aud J C Weekly a companion of
llllaiiis saved himself froiu the 11
rowdies by concealing himself be
gr rwdlcs 1 concealnJ
cath the canvas
Following this tho negroes ore said
to have started through tho train to
rot ether employes when they wore
laced nncr arrest by cIrcus dotco
vcs
t
CORNERSTONE IS LAID
FOR HARRIMAN MONUMENT
The cornerstone of a monument to
mark the grave of the late Kdward H
arriman nt Arden N Y has been
Inld11Y Mrs Harriman In the presence
of the members of the Immediate fani
Ih Skilled artisans arC now at work
I
CAN YOU SAVE ffl
TWENTY CENTS
A DAY
The Ogden Music Company is conducting the first sale in its history
and intends to make it the greatest piano sale over hold in the
City of Ogdsn 20 cents a day for a piano
OGDEN MUSIC COMPANY IS OGDENS REAL MUSIC HOUSE
A HOME COMPANY
Buy At Home and BtrildTJp O City j
In announcing this great sale of highgrade pianos we wish to
take the public the purchasing public into ou confidence The interest
held outside has now
by
terest in our business heretofore outsde parties ha
passed into the hands of Ogden people exclusively and we intend t
discontinue some of the lines which we have carried up t < this time
We regret that we find it necessary to release the agencies 3 the
pianos are well known in this territory and have been sold here for
yea I justice to ourselves and certain factories we must drop
a number of these lines at this time and to facilitate matters is wa
finally decided to close out every one of these instruments at once
fnaBy
and do it in a hurry even if we had to sell them at cost Simply try t
realize the amount we have invested in them in order not to hamper
the factories in placing the agencies elsewhere
In purchasing a piano your greatest protection i the reputation
of the dealer Wo let judge
of the piano and the responsibility deaer V1 you
from tho following names whether you ore protected by reputation
of makers Steinway Sons Checkering Bros Sohmer Kimball
Vose Sons Estey McPhail Hobart M Cable and other wellknown
makes Let our past dealings with the people of Ogden speak a to
ou reputation and responsibility
OUR PRICES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Marked for All to See
All Pianos Plainly Easy Term A S
S850 Lyric Grand Piano for GSn
S625 Concert Grand Upright 41o
S550 Cabinet Grand Upright 390
000 Standard Make 346
450 Full Size Upright 319
425 Well Known Make 299
375 Instrument Very Popular H 265
300 Piano of Reputation 199
275 Piano Conservatory Size 176
We have on hand a few slightly used instruments which will be
closed out at from 98 up to 235 We have a beautiful player piano
the best known player in the world that has been slightly usd but
is as good as new The sale price is 498 A 750 player piano for
the price of a upright piano
Call in our store and get a coupon entitling you to one chanco
on the 500 Estey piano that we are giving away ABSOLUTEDY1
gvg
FREE All Welcome Open Evenings Musical Entertainment
OGDEN MUSIC COMPANY
Everything in Music
fEveryhig i Muc
2370 Washington Avenue
Th r
UT AU STATE FAIR
SALT LAKE CITY
OCTOBER 3rd TO 8th
y
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE
15000 IN CASH PRIZES FOR EXHIBITORS BE
SIDES 24 CUPS AND 70 GOLD MEDALS
4000 WILL BE SPENT IN FREE ENTERTAIN
MENT FEATURES FOR VISITORS AFTERNOON
AND EVENING
RACES DAILY FOR PURSES THAT AGGREGATE
6000
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS THE
SECRETARY 45 WEST SOUTH TEMPLE STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
ADMISSION 25 CENTS CHILDREN 10 CENTS
HORACE S ENSIGN j G MCDONALD
Secretary President
Kei t of theBorder
4 y Rand lFParrish
L Eight years of fighting and
rough living and what had
they brought him At
the beginning of this story
r nothing apparently But
things begin to happen by
the seventh page and be
fore you finish the book
tl you are only too glad
that Jack Keith is a
hard rider a quick shot
f wcklw v > r V L
QV L vf VA ascomerofdangerand
5Sr aL a bad man to fool with
Pictures in Color by Duqton You know that Randall
arrish never fails to give you all the mystery and excitement
u like and the love story that every novel reader really wants
I A C McCLURG CO Publishers
NOW ON SALE AT YOUR BOOKSTORE
on the monument which when cornI
plclcd will li a massive shaft of
plain design In which will be carved
Mr Ilarrlmnns name with the date
of his birth and death The simple
ceremony was conducted with such
secrecy that the neighbors of the Har
rlmans did not know the ceremony
had been performed The grave Is sit
uated In n grove of huge forest tress
of which there an many on the moun > i
tain silo near Arden the home of the 0
Harriman family
Credulous
Hojax You say Dlxmyth has a flub
lime faith In humanlt
lme rath humDI Wh M
Tomdljc He cortalnl hw
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