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A ± THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY DEOEmBER 31 1910
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
I EDITORIAL ROOM
f Bell Phono No 322
Indepcndert two rings59
BUSINESS OFFICE
Either phoCI ono ring 56
RANDOM
J REfERENCES
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L R Layton of Maysvillo was n
rWtor In this city yesterday
i Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
1 for funerals and orerae Private calla
a specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Miss Vera LaFavonr who has been
visiting In Boston returned to her
home yesterday She was accom
panied by Miss Estelle Page who
vlll spend the winter In this city
WANTED Clean white rags at the
Standard
I Fred Hanson representative of tho
Southern Pacific at Mina Is a visitor
In the city
Advertisers must havo their copy
for the Evening standard tho evening
before the day on which the adver
tisement Is to appear In order to la
sure publication
T C Docker of Leroy Wyoming
was a business visitor in Ogden yes
terday
R H Kelly better known as Raw
hide Kelly and a prominent resident
ot Eden Is calling on his Ogden I
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friends
Mrs George Brandis and sons of I
Welle Nevada are the guests of I
friends in this city
Herbert Fancy was a Pocatello vis
itor In Ogden Friday
E C Haymond and Mrs Harriet I
Haymond both of Wells Nevada
were the guests of Ogden friends yes
terday
Mrs J I Custer of Lucln Is visit
ing friends In this city
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George HIgley was a Hooper visitor
I In this city yesterday
John Moss arrested in this city by
1 Officer Peterson arly yesterday
I morning Is being held for Identifica
tion by Jack Terry of Clinton It Is
thought that Moss is the man who
I burglarized the Terry home In the
neighboring town on Thursday eve
I ning
W H Henderson principal of the
Weber academy will talk to the par
ents class of the Fifth ward tomor
TOW at 10 a m His subject vrll bo
Industrial Education All parents
nro urged to attend
Continued orr PHRB Bcrcn
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ROBINSON BUYS
THE SANITARIUM
According to a quit claim deed filo l
Tilth the county recorder yesterday
attcrnoon J H Kurtz and his wile
Lydia have Bold the Ogden Canyon
Sanitarium to Brigham M Robinson
the amount paid as stated In the pa
per being 1 and other considera
tions
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This property nan been involved in
litigation for a number of years past
the valuation of the premises being
considered at about 28000 but the
parties to tho transaction of yester
day sfato that all things have been
amicably settled and further litigation
S will snot be entorel into
Mr Robinson Is In possession of the
popular resort Mr Kurtz having re
tired from the business Mr Robin
Ion stAtOR that some Improvements
will be made on the inside of the
bulldlnps during the winter months
and that as soon as spring opens out
ElUo Improvements will be begun
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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Please meet at hall at 1 oclock Sun
day Jan 1st noon to attend tho fu
neral of Neighbor Thoa B Grundy
Sen ices at Klcheys undertaking par
lors Interment City cemetery De
cree Team In uniform Baud In at
tendance
W H DRABBLE C C
B AUTH Sec
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S THAT GOOD COAL
At Bambergere Ton lots of 2000
tbs Cnstlo Gate and Clear Creek
Lamp and Nut delivered 525 tit
I I yard 8 triO
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I SPECiAl SESSION
j Of CITY COUNCil
The city fathers hold a brief ses
sion last night pacing upon matters
of Immediate Importance Councilman
C J Humphries being selected aa
president pro tern President Brown
Ing being absent
The street committee and tho city
engineer presented plats of Gibson
avenue and Center street also Thir
tysecond street between Washington
and Grant avenues and recommended
that they bo accepted and the various
thoroughfares dedicated to the use of
the city
Tho recommendations wero
unanimously adopted
Employment Agent Wanto License
The application of W O Jones for
the renewal of his license to conduct
an employment agency at 113 Twenty
fifth street was referred to the license
committee and the city attorney
There Is a question with the council
as to whether they can issue a license I
for an employment agency on Twenty
fifth street In the face of tho revised
ordinances which provide that It
shall not be done The application of
Mr Jones being for a renewal of a
license however Involves legal ques
tions with which the council Is not
ready to cope without the advice of
the license committee and tho city at
torney
The waterworks department pre
sented a claim against tho city for
2SJO claimed to be duo the depart
men for water furnished 136 fire
hydrants during the year The claim
was allowed
The action of the city treasurer In
transferring from special to the gen
I eral fund of the city 87475 was
I unanimously confirmed
Approve Mayors Recommendation
Mayor Glasmann stated that in June
of the present year ho recommended
the redemption of flvo city bonds but
that only threo were taken up Ho
suggested that tho amount of the oth
er two bonds amounting to 2000
now In the special fund bo trans
ferred to the general fund The rec
ommendation was adopted by tho
unanimous vote of the council
Upon motion of Councilman Fly
gare the auditor was Instructed to
draw warrants for nine sewer bonds
In favor of the Ogden Stato bank
provided that the city be given credit
for six months Interest In advance
Tho bonds are worth 1000 each it
being explained by Mr Flygaro that
by paying the bonds In advance the
city will save six months interest on
the Indebtedness
Special Fundo for Expenses
It appearing that there Is not
enough money In the special sidewalk
funds to pay the engineering expenses
It was authorized that tho auditor
draw warrants on the special funds In
favor of tho general fund and that
the indebtedness be paid when suffi
cient moneys have been received
It was also decided that outstanding
warrants against special funds of last
year as well as tho Indebtedness
against lUte funds of his year be
iiald by tho troafiureh as fast as money
for the particular funds is received
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RESIDENCE FOR SALE
Because of moving into other prop
erty I will sell cheap my residence
3442 Washington avenue Eight
rooms bath cellar barn nlco lawn
trees otc C M Clay 3142 Wash
ington avenue Ind phone 209
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AROUND WORLD
IN 16 MONTHS
In an effort to walk around the
world In sixteen months J M White
n resident of Fort Scott Kan reached
Ogden yesterday and attracted con
siderable attention by carrying an
American Hag about the streets This
flag is three by four feet in size and
tho longdistance pedestrian claims ho
will carry IL around the globe
White left Fort Scott on September
17 and followed the line of tho Union
Pacific from Lawrence Kan to this
city So far ho has averaged thirty
miles a day At Colorado Springs tho
mutt visited with a sister and cele
brated hie fortyfirst birthday Whlto
visits nIl points of Interest along his
route and today he will make a trip
through Ogdun canyon
Ho Is making tIle long walk for the
purpose of gathering data for a aeries
of newspaper articles and lectures At
the present time White is furnishing a
Fort Scott paper with n series of arti
cles tolling of his experiences along
the route Breaking through tho Ire
and railing Into the river hi one of the
gzmi VT JLi33aMrKr
thrilling experiences of Whlto while
he was passing through Wyoming
The man Is atocklly built and ap
pears to bo possessed of tho endur
ance qualities necessary for the ardu
ous trip he has attempted Over a
silt of neat citizens clothes White
wears ovornlls and jumper He claims
to have worn out throe pair of shoes
while making the trip from Fort
Scott to Ogden On the front of
Whites hat Is a smnll silk sunflower
symbolic of tho state from which ho
ImlB made by his sister and across
his breast is a ribbon bearing the
words Around tho World In 16
months
The globe trotter will go to Salt
r Lake City upon leaving Ogilen
I OGDEN CANYON SCHEDULE
In Effect January 1 1910
Leave Leave Leave
Union Depot Hermitage Sanitarium
100 p m 140 pm 155 pm
220 pm 300 pm 316 p m
S40 pm 120 p m 135 p m
500 pm 533 p m 615 pm I
600 p m C30 p m
700 p m f IKTfKWf 730 p ai
S00 p m L7IplJ 830 p m
900 p in 030 p m
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DlSCREDn STORY I
k Of ED HOEVfN
It seems likely that George B
Smith of Ogden will serve out his
eightyear sentence III the Utah pen
itentiary for embezzlement notwith
standing tho confession of Edward
Hoeven In Chicago Thursday that
he committed tho crime of which
Smith was convicted
Hoovan was released from tho Utah <
penitentiary last May Ho had serv
ed a term for stealinG a horse from
F J Hendorshot of Ogden A part
of the limo he was In the hospital re
ceiving treatment for his eyes and
Smith was ono of tho nurses attend
ing him When he was paroled Smith
loaned him 53 to return to Chicago
Although he Insists that he was held I
up and robbed of the 90 he was ac I
cused of embezzling while clerk of a
hotel Smith says that ho does not
think he ever saw Hoeven until ho
attended him In tho prison hospital
Hoovon was known to tho prison of I
fleers as a user of drugs 0
Smiths record in tho penitentiary
is not praiseworthy lIe has been In
s clal confinement at leant ten
times for violation of prison rules
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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES
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Via OREGON SHORT LINE R R
Salt Lake and return 110 Also re
duced round trip rates to all other I
points on Oregon Short Line Tickets
on asIa Dec 23rd 24th 25th 26th I
31st 1910 and Jan let and 2nd 1911
Final return limit Jnn 9th Secure i
tickets and full information at City 1
Ticket Office 2514 Washington Ave
12 A SHEWE C P T A
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SMAllPOX AT
REFORM SCHOOl I
Although an effort was made to
keep the matter quiet It has been
learned that smallpox has broken out
at tho Industrial school and the
girls cottage has been quarantined in
an effort to prevent tho spread of the I
disease throughout the Institution I
Margaret Massey the girl wife
who was committed to the school
a few days ago was taken sick on
Wednesday nnd Dr Dixon pronounced
the disease smallpox The school au
thorities took action at once placing
a strict quarantine on the girls cot
tago
Governor Spry and the trustees of
the school were to hUe made their
annual tour of inspection through the
Institution today but as a result of
the outbreak of smallpox the trip baa
been indefinitely postponed
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EXCURSION TO PORTLAND
Via Oregon Short Line Round trip
3450 both ways via Huntington Re
turning via San Francisco 3500 via
Los Angeles 0500 Tickets on salo
Jon 1st 2nd and 3rd Final limit on
tickets to Portland direct Jap 15th
Final limit returning via California
Jan 30th Secure full Information and
btrth reservations at City Office 2514
Washington Ave
E A SHEWS C P T A
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t WILL SELL FOR CASH ONLY
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The Following Coals
At Yard Delivered
Clear Creek Lump 450 525
S Castle Gate Nut 450 525
0 Hiawatha Nut and Lump = 450 525
Castle Gate Mine Slack = = 325 375
Antracite all sizes g = 1025 1100
i Phones 18 Yard 2041 Washington
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STATEMfNT
POLICE CHIEF
Chief of Police Thomas E Brown
Ing was asked at the police station
last evening for his version of tho
controversy between Attorney George
Halverson Ball Commissioner Ander
son and himself alleged to bo due to
the refusal of Mr Anderson to turn
over 75 to tho attorney In tho A J
Simmons case
Simmons was found guilty In tho
police court Friday of carrying con
cealed weapons and was lined 25 At
the time of his arrest ho luul deposit
ed 3l00 as a bond and Attorney Hal
voreon has been making an effort to
secure the difference between tho
amount of the bond und the amount
of the fine
According to the chief of police the
attorney has so far failed to produce
any authority to collect the 75 for
Simmons or any right to Lake posses
sion of u gun hold by the police and
claimed to be the property of the
Spokane gambler In stating the
police sldo of the case Chief Brown
Ing said
Arrcot of Spokane
On December in a man by the
name of A J Simmons alias Spo
kane a notorious character was ar
rested for disturbing the peace and
carrying concealed weapons Ills
bond was placed at 100 and his trial
sot for December 17 Halvorson asked
the court to have the case continued
until the 23rd On Sunday the iSth
Simmons sent a friend to tho police
station for his gun with a message
to tho effect that he was going to
leave town and would forfeit his bond
He stated that he had so notlllcd his
attorney
On Friday December 23 Haler
son appeared for Simmonswho by
tho way Is 1000 mllos awayand en
tered a plea of guilty for his supposed
client The court Imposed a fine of
25 and Ilnlverson came rushing out
of the court room and said I want
the 75 and the gun that belongs to
Simmons
Should Produce Power of Attorney
I told Halvoreon that It would be
necessary to produce the power of at
torney and an order from the court
lie became Infuriated when I made
these remarks and threatened a law
suit Ho sold that some day we would
get Into trouble In fact ho became
tcry abusive and disgusted nearly all
present in the room He again made
a demand on Ball Commissioner An
derson this morning and threatened
suit If Anderson did not turn over to
him tho money and the gun
I called Mr Anderson and tho city
attorney to my office Immediately af
ter Hnlvoraon made this demand and
we were advised by the city attorney
rot to turn over the money or the
gun until Halverson produced a letter
from Simmons showing that he is l
given the power of attorney The
city attorney pointed out that unless
Attornoy Halverson could show such
authority Simmons could come later
and make a demand for his 75 and
the ball commissioner would be com
pelled to return the amount
Halverson Is Fussy
I wish to say Unit r feel It is my
duty to protect the citys Interests In
such cases and I fully expected that
the city would bo credited with the
full amount of tho bond in place of
only getting a fourth of tho amount
I nrn sorry that Halvorson Is so fussy
and quarrelsome It seems to be his
delight to get Into a mixup with me
In fact ho Is getting me somewhat
In the habit of roasting him back
which is somewhat against my na
ture
reI told Simmons friend that the gun
could be expressed to him when tho
ball was forfeited and the case dis
posed of and that I could not give it
to him at that time
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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY EX
CURSION TO SALE LAKE
VIA THE BAMBERGER
ELECTRIC LINE
110 round trip Tickets on sale
Dec 23 24 25 26 31 and Jan 1 Good I
returning Jan 2
WOOi1WERS
AGAINST POUGY
Resolutions denouncing the regula
tions of the forestry bureau and pro
testing against any change In the
tariff on wool wore adopted yesterday
at Salt Lako by the Utah Wool Grow
ers convention The first question
was paramount for as one dele
gate expressed It If the present for
est policy Is continued We will have
no wool to protect
Homer W Penn of tho forest serv
ice at Ogden received a respectful
hearing but the dozen or more speak
ers who followed him scoffed at his
arguments and declared again and
again that the restrictions Imposed
from year to year on tho use of the
public rango were ruining them and
their Industry The protests of the
organization were addressed to the
National Wool Growers association
the department of agriculture and tho
congressional delegation from this
state
SALT LAKE Dec 30Jrom Indi
cations at the opening session of the
Utah Woolgrowcrs annual convention
which was called to order at Armory
hall in this city at 2 oclock this aft
ernoon the attendance at this years
convention will exceed all former
gatherings of Bheopnr In the state
The convention will continue through
tomorrow concluding with a business
session and election of officers Satur
day afternoon
Representative sheepmen from all
sections of the state where sheep are
grazing are present at the convention
A number of papers on points of
great Importance to the flockmoat
will b discussed during the meetings
and It Is expected that not only will
the discussion bfcomr bftrd but I
J j l c 0 i
I that resolutions of a farreaching ten
or will bo presented before the con
i vention and In all probability adopt
cd concerning the burning question
of the restriction of the grazing range
in the forest reserves I
The delegation from Sanpeto county
arc especially exercised It Is under
stood on the now order issued by tho
government forestry department re
ducing tho number of sheep grazed
on the Manll reserve 17 12 per cent
from the number permitted on tho
range last year James Monson
president of the Sanpete Forest Graz
ers association said the sheepmen
that district were much worked up
over the matter A few years ago
said Mr Monson there were more
than 700000 sheep permitted to graze
on tho MautI reservation last year
the number had been cut down to
182000 and under the new order the
number permitted to graze on tho
rango next year will bo reduced to
155000 Sheepmen will ho compelled
to retire from business at this rate
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NOTICE WOMEN OF WOOD
CRAFT I
Sego Lily Circle 171 W 0 W will I
hold a special meeting Saturday even
ing Dec Plat In I 0 O F Hall at
730 p m All members requested to
attend
KATE IIEYMAN Clerk
C NELSON G N
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III1INISTEW IN
USIGAl SHOW
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When HA Stubborn Cinderella ap
pears at tho Ogden theater tomorrow I
night the audience will sec in the
character of the college president
Rev Dudley C Fosher a former min
ister of the gospel and his wife as
one of tho chorus girls of the com
pany
From the church to the stage was
the jump taken last week by the
Rev and Mrs Dudley C Fisher of
Woodlawn a suburb of Chicago
where until August I Rev Mr Fosh
er was pastor of tho Ryder Memorial
Unlversallst church at Sixtyfourth
street anti Klmbark avenue For three
years he hold this pastorate until both
himself and wlfo concluded that they
just couldnt make things go any
longer on the salary that the pastorate
yielded So the jumplngoff place
having been reached thoy jumped
and landed In the limelight of the
stage and a llttlo more publicity per
haps than thoy had bargained for
hut then they both have steady jobs
with steady salaries that are much In
excess of the Income yielded by the
Ryder church pastorate and both arc
happy in being together In tholr now
work
Mrs Fosher is a chorus girl In the
Stubborn Cinderella company while
tho former expounder of the gospel
takes time role of college president in i
the same cast
And as to costumes Mrs Fosher
objects to neither tights nor abbevl
ated skirts Whatever people think
of my costume doesnt bother mo
said Mrs Fosher I shall wear what
ever my part In the play calls for
Both my husband and I are rather
liberal about sonic things We dont I
believe that the clothes of a chorus
girl will send her to perdition or that
a good man of the church IB any bet
tor than a good man of the stngo
Rev Mr Fosher has an exception
ally fine voice which he hopes will
earn him a role that la really worth
whllo
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INTERr A TOm AL R R
COMI33IO ASSUR O
WASHINGTON Dec JOAn inter
national railway commission with su
pervisory authority over railroads op
erating between the United States and
Canada is practically assured
After long negotiations between the
United States and Canada u conclu
sion was reached that In the course
of a few months regulatory authority
will be extended over railway opera
tions between the two countries
Martin A Knapp chairman of the
Interstate Commerce commission and
J B Muybie chief of the railway com
I mission of Canada have been In con
ference for several days and reached
an agreement last Wednesday They
I called at the department of state to
day and presented their joint report
rho text thereof Is not available
It Is known however that they
have agreed on an International rail
way commission which shall have su
pervision over railway lines doing a p
International business between the
two countries
This Is to extend to tho regulation
of freight and passenger rates and
also to through rates and Joint rates
nnd through bills of lading between
points In one country and to points In
the other Tho commission may bo
appealed to by shppers or carriers In
either country for relief from what
they deem oppressive or excessive
I rates
S O LLo
THlfVfS SHAl I I
VALUABLE DOGS
Following complaints that n num
ber of valuable dogs have been stolen
In this city tho local police are on
the lookout for the thieves who arc
said to carry on their work by tho
aid of an automobile Tho automo
bile It is said belongs in Salt lake
CityTho
Tho plan followed by tho dog catch
ers Is to drive about the streets of
the city until they come upon a dog
which appears to be a valuable ani
mal Tho dog Is then placed In the
machine and the car Is driven away i
before tho owner of the dog has an
opportunity to apprehend either the I
occupants or his stolon property
David O McKay is said to bo one I
of the victims of the dog thieves A
dog valued at more than 100 is said
to have boen stolen near Mr McKays
home a few days ago Other and
similar complaints have reached tho I
police
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SALT LAKE POLICE
NM1T JM GRS I
According to Information received
from the Salt Lake police James
i Grims who was arrested In this city
I u few nights ago and who was siid I
pccted of having been Implicated In
I the mail box robberies in this city Is
wanted In the southern city on ti fel
I ony charge tho exact nature of which
Is not known to tho local authorities
Orims answers completely the de
scription of the man wanted at Salt
Luke and when he was told of the
charge hanging over his head he was
I visibly affected by the Information
The Suit Lake count sheriff will ar
rive today for the purpose of taking
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Grltna back for trial
I It was definitely learned yesterday I
that George Miller tho man arrested
I while attempting to communicate with
I tho city Jail prisoners Thursday even
Ing Is a partner of Grins That ho
was attempting to smuggle a gun to
Grlrns the local police are certain
He will probably bo arraigned on the
charge of carrying concealed weapons
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BATHTUB lRUST
ATTORNEYS BUSY
WASHINGTON Dec 30 Attorneys
for the individuals Indicted as meu
hers of the socalled bathtub trust
for alleged violation of the Sherman
act carne to the department of Justice I
today in the interest of theli clIentR I
These in the event of conviction
are threatened with Jail sentences I
Tho trio of lawyers was headed by i
Rush Taggart of New York and In
cluded William L Carpenter and Leo I
t BuUel of Detroit After an hours I
I conference with Mr Konyon Mr I
Wlckerahams assistant to whom the
attorney general has delegated the
whole matter tho lawyers refused to
say a word as to the purpose or re
sult of the conference
It was said at the department thnt
thor had been given no reason to be
lieve that the attorneygeneral would
consent to the acceptance a plea
of guilty and the Imposition of fines
rather than Imprisonment They were
given to understand it was Bald that
jail sentences would bo insisted upon
I and were Informed that their clients
would be expected In the United
States court at Detroit on January
I to give 4000 ball each
Attorneys for the Indicted men in
dicated they would not make It neccs
oary for the government to start fifty
removal suits to get the fifty defend
ants together on that day
The offer of compromise said to
have been tendered was that the
Standard Sanitary Manufacturing
company and other defendants Iu the
civil action appear before tho circuit I
court at Baltimore and consent to tho
permanent Injunction the government I
asks If the government would be sat j
isfled with fines and no jail sentences j
in the criminal action
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It was pointed out that an effectual
dissolution of the offensive combina I
tion the government charges would
be effected if the Injunction were
agreed to
Tho department of Justice however
thinks the combination is as good as
dissolved This week It learned that
four concerns In tho combine sent out
notices that they were no longer par
ties to tho alleged pricefixing agree
ment
The recent declaration of Attorney
General Wlckersham that he would
Insist upon prison sentences in nil fu
ture convictions in trust cases was
the answer to the second proposition
Frank II Watson United States
district attorney at Detroit referred
the questioners to Mr Konyou who
declared the position of the depart
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IOGDEN fIAT WORKS
S A PERMANENT INDUSTRY
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OLDHATS MADE NEW BEST WORK POSSIBLE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE
PANAMAS SHOULD BE CLEANED NOW
I OGDEN HAT WORKS
FIFTH FLOOR LEWIS BLOCK
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men of justice was well known and
admitted of no dicu8ilon
or
I MEATS THAT tRE
FREE FROM DISEASE
You have ihf awiirancr of tho U
S government that In nil I S In
spected meats all iHpnp unwhole
some and unclean naats are condemn
cd All such meats thnt are found
to bo clean wholusomo and free from
disease are stamped br the govern
I ment oillcIalH f S Inspected and
Passed and ore permitted to be of
fered for sale at the local meat mar
kets Some markets handle uuinspcct
ed meats U3 well and unless you see
the little blue government inspection
stamp on ouch carcass It Is not U S
inspected Look for the stamp as you
enter your miirkoL
OGDEN PACKING A PROVISION CO
fo
SAYS SfCURlTlfS
V HAVE BEEN HID
SALT LAKE Dec 30llIdlr a
rigid crossexamination in the supe
rior court at Redwood Cal Attorney
John E Bennett who assisted lrs
Althea Walker widow of tho late D
I F Walker in removing securlIos
from the safety deposit box In the
I Utah Savings Trust company of
I Salt Lake admitted yesterday ac
cording to advices from California
that the securities had been concral
ed Thoy are valued at several thou
sand dollars and an order has been
made to have them delivered to tIme
administrator
Attorney Bennett had been cited to
appear because Special Administrator
Carl W Elfving believed that myste
rious assets of the Walker estate to
the amount of 111000 had been lo
cated In the safe deposit vaults of tho
Union Trust company of San Fran
cisco ISlfvlng had been appointed
special administrator by Judge Buck
and after he had concluded that the
securities had boon discovered ho
took the necessary steps to secure
control of this valuable portion of
the estate of the late Salt Like and
Snn Francisco financier
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CLARENCE LEXOW DEAD
NEW YORK Dec 30 Clarence
Lexow formerly chairman of a sonata
committee to Investigate the city gov
ernment of New York died at his
home In Nynclc N Y tonight His
death was due to pneumonia He was
born In 1K52
DECLARES SPORTS
ARt RIDICULOUS
College athletics are uno of the
most ridiculous and ludicrous Ingre
dients of modern education Is what
Dr John M Tyler professor of bi
ology at Amherst college told tho
Utah State Teachers association iu
Salt Lake yesterday
Why twentytwo football players
should engage In mortal combat with
two thousand oth r mon on the side
lines yelling themselves hoarse at Uu t
performance Is a question I have nev
er been able to solve said the doc
tor
The twentytwo mon he added
do not need the exercise and most
of tho two thoiiHand spectators do
Athletics for tho boy In high
school he said should not be too
severe The heart at the time the
boy Is In high school is yet weak and
the tissues are not tough livery com
mander dreads to take with him Into 1
the field of battle boys of IS to 20
years They die off lib < flies
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SUGAR PROSt
WILL SHOW fRAUD
WASHINGTON Dee 0Vhen
tho grand Jury now Investigating the
sampling of sugar at Now Orleans fin
ishes Its work it will be found that
the frauds against tho government
there have been going on for at least
1F years
This statement wns made today by
an official of tho customs service S
who said that all the suspected frauds
would be found in the sampling of
sugar and in the polariscopic test
which determines the saccharine con
tents upon which the Importer pays i
duty
dutyAn
An Investigation of alleged draw
back frauds at San Francisco is also Ji
imminent A preliminary Investiga 11
tion has furnished evidence which 1
leads treasury officials to believe the j
frauds there will eclipse those at I
New York which the American Sug
ar Refining company recently offered
to settle for 700000
Evidence collected by the customs
service Is said to show that the gov
ernment has for years been paying
drawbacks on Philippine sugar
which camo into tho United States
dutyfree was used in tho preserva
tion of California fruit and later re
I ported as sugar imported from Java
on which duty had been paid
iF Y 011 ME SUFFERING WITH
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LUMBAGO SC1STIC3 NEURALGIA
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k C L UIGOINS Beldloir Mich writes When I com
f t f ii menced taklnz 3DROPS I was In bad shape Mj loll
i i ii I fool was snollcn terribly 11 y Unco was so sore could not
I 111 f ii J rrilU wlutioutmycaume Arm ana sbouldors were so lame
IA I UJ I could not take on my coat My Vddno > 8TrcreIn badsharo
fcl i and the cords and muscles In my neck were so stfl arid sore 1
4 I could not look up They pained mo so nluhts that I could
S4t not Mecp Now after uslnc onehalf a boulo 50ROPb
c2 tho 4trctllnir Is all cono out of my foot bandanna knees and
my shoulders are limbered up oDd my ncclc la all rlcht >
Thoso Trbonre suffering tho terrible tortured and airony caused by Rheumatism will find quick i j
relief by tbo use of SDropj It is boom remedy that Trill ornoqt Instantly relieve those PX <
cruclatlnir lalns ciundbr thl mot tJrrlIt1 nfalldlgeaiM Apply 3Dropextcrnnllv Rub 14
thoroughly the amctcd achlor nrts ana It will atop tho pom In a rcry obort time
Take 5Dropt Internally To eOn a cure It Is necessary to cleansn the blood of urlo acid I
and other INDIMJDOUS jaattor acd eat thn tvsim In iv perfectly healthy condition When tbH f > 1
has been done you will be rreo from all rinitnatle rains Rbcumidim Is a blood disease and l
Ibis treatment Is the rational one for such an ullmenu
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GET A BOTTLE OF S 1f tH SONS 5DROPS TO DAY
If you oro eufforlns with Rheumatism Neuralgia Kldnoy Troubles 1
La Grippe Colds Coughs Lumbago Sciatica Gout Asthma t on
Catarrh Neuralgic Hoadaoho or other kindred dlooasos
e SDROPS fa entirety frco of opium oocalno alcohol 3Rjf
laudanum and othar similar Inomdlonfa < S
S E fd T IF R E IE S A trial bottle will be mailed free of charge to every if
reader of this paper upon request Write today
Largo Slzo Bottlo 30O Dosoo SIOO For Salo by Druggists
Ai < Your Druggist for the SWJNSON PILL I Cure for Conitloatloi PRICE 25 GTS
SWAHSOH RHEUMATIC CURE CO Dept 43 160 Lake St Chicago
For Sale by the BADCON PHARMACY 2421 Washington ave
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