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Kg THE EVENING? STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. 5 M I
I SALT LAKE
V AND STATE NEWS
I KILLED BY A
Bait Lake. May 24. Carl E. Hel
berg, aged 40 years, waB killed undor
a fall of gravel In tho city gravel pit
at Tenth South and Thirteenth East
streets shortly after 3 o'clock yester
Helberg was an employe of the city.
Is , Ho and Clydo Johnson wore helping
William Hunter, a city teamster, to
load his wagon when several tons of
gravel wero dislodged from the over
hanging wall of the pit and came
crashing down. Helberg waB caught
I In the falling masB and buried. John
I son and Hunter hastily uncovered the
body but death had "enBuod already
j from tho crushing of the skull by
I heavy rocks.
A moment before the accident hap
pened Hunter warned Helberg against
the danger of working too close to the
overhanging maBs of rock.
"It's liable to fall any time," Hun
ter told him.
"I waa just thinking that myself,"
replied Helberg and the words were
-hardly out of his mouth, when tho
The body was removed to O'Don
nell & Co.'s morgue after Dr. H. B.
SpreU had examined it. Acting Cor
oner Harry S. Harper wil conduct an
investigation of the accident today.
If H BeTberg had boon In the employ of
jjjj' - G city for several months. Two days
JK ago ho was put to work at the gravel
m Srft aiding tho teamsters. Ho !b sur-
.j rived by a widow and three small
M1 children living at 1405 Blair avenuo.
'"j He had been out of work all winter
If prior to hiB engagement by the city
f and the family, it Is said, Is in destl
i, jh ,tute circumstances, it having been
Wv Heeoesary to mortgage tho little home
v k suJd sU the Hfo Insurance to tide over
'f a tna "winter.
p Mtb. Helberg collapsed when told of
fm '& her husband's death and a doctor had
f to be called. No fnneral arrangements
S a have been made.
! FATHER VAUGHAN
IN SALT LAKE
t Salt Lake, May 24. Father Bornard
1 J. Vaughan of London, recognized as
j-J one of tho most out-spoken orators in
the Roman Catholic church, whose at-
jt tacks on the home relations of mem-
f; bers of high society have created a
7 sensation on two continents, pa3sed
' yesterday In Salt Lake. He was a
' guest at tho Hotel Utah
Father Vaughan Is Internationally
known He Is a member of the fa-
f mous Vaughan family of England.
- jg There were ten children, six sons and
TJ 1 four daughters. The sons all took the
!' W vow of priesthood and the girls be-
YjJ came nuns. One of the brothers, who
died recently, waa cardinal at "West-
flad1 it minster. Bernard J. Vaughan, how-
, ever, joined the Jesuits, who long ago
r took a vow never to accept any of the
higher offices In tho church His ad-
sa mirers say he would have probably
, t I been a cardinal, wero it not for this
Ttf j vow, as he stands high at the Vatl-
fgt I can and his remarkable foarlcssneps
aO and ability aro known to all the pre-
,. lates of the faith.
. ' i During his brief stay in Salt Lake
'j j Father Vaughan visited Bishop Lau-
y ., renco Scanlau. Bishop Scanlan tried to
'rant Persuade the noted Jesuit to talk here
' r ml but previous arrangements to speak
T3 in Los Angeles made it Impossible
"iffi) Father Vaughan, however, said h
1W' would attempt to arrange his return
o ! ' ? east B0 as to nftVe an opportunity
ifevlS' to address a Salt Lake audience
IB j Father Vaughan has been touring
'$1 n'tec States and has been elab-
JS ; orately entertained throughout tho
V iB" ea6 Pas9e t'V70 weeks in Don-
J ' IK V6r wnero ne delivered a foreful sor-
' iK' on aa'n9t race suicide. Tho con-
"IR grogation was composed of members
; ,'lR of Denver's "400" and. In his stralght-
253.,'IK from-tho-shoulder sermon, he advised
IS his listeners to go to rearing children
Ut ll PETITION DEFERRED.
JM Brigham City, May 21. At the city
SAAB council meeting held last evening the
- B( petition of F. "YV FIshburn and others
1B to create a paving district, beginning
'J B at the northeast cornor of Forest
.'' H and First East streets and running
.-'J R east to the high school, and from
"?.' R Main and First South atroots. to
SHfi Fourth East street and north to Uio
- ' mm high school, was deferred for further
r W consideration This paving district
) was proposod with tho view of cou-
4 R nectlng the high school with the busi-
i Bk ness section by paved walks.
A B Streot Supervisor M. B. Olsen, Au-
"a R gust Valentino and E W. Dunn were
f, H( appointed delegates to attend tho
, 'f& R' Oood Roads convention to be held in
vfc B san next month.
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i'TR IDAHO FM.L8 TO BE PAVED.
3R Idaho Falls, May 23. That Idaho
"nR Falls will have her streetB pavod m
. ' K the near future Is a certainty, as the
SJd, B city councllmon aro a unit" on the
4 B proposition. A special committee was
xr K cent to Boise and Portland recently
SW 1 mto matter of street pav-
ffi im. 'ns C m03t desirable kind for a city
r -x M of this nlze and tho cost. The com-
W mlttee reported at tho council meet-
W IngTicld last night and It was agreed
In i m tia- l0111'0 camo the noare6t to
i hIP fv the requirements. ThiB paving will
p'romP, cost tho property owners ?4 per front
a mov K foot.
'fi PLAN VAST IMPROVEMENT,
-H) Brigham City, May 24. Tho small-
-j& er towns of Box Elcjer county are to
lf be equipped with electricity for Hght-
SfiK 'ns purposes and other public im-
raRJ f provements, such as sewer syBtome
EmKtI,T an waterworks. During tho paBt
gyfMfal year water systems have been In-
llHnli stalled In Treninonton and Honoyvlllo
mm MdS and tho town of Garland recently vot-
RiivJfl Ji otl DOnilB 'wltu which to Install a bow-
ijSAjBill er By stem.
pf' Most of the towns aro supplied
i" 'wJtD electric power and llgnta from
the Utah-Idaho Sugar company and
the Brigham City plant. Tremontou
has Its distributing system completed
and the power was turned on this
week. Now the residents of Bast
Garland arc building a polo lino from
Garland for tho purpose of Installing
electric lights In that town.
Tho towns of Mantua, Corinno,
Honeyvllle and Boar River City are
contemplating tho installation of dis
tributing systems In the near future.
FUNDS ARE RECEIVED.
Park City, May 24. William D.
Sutton, president of the Park City
Commercial club and a member of the
federal building committee, has re
colved tho money from tho govern
ment at Washington to purchase tho
site for the federal building to be
erected horo this summer. The site
selected Includes the old bank cor
ner and runs south to the bulldin?
now occupied by the Libert' theater
company. Work will bo commenced
at an early date and the building will
bo ready for occupancy by early fall.
WELL-KNOWN WOMAN DIES.
Sprlngville, Utah, May 24. Mrs.
Roberta Hutchlngs Bate, wife of Jo
seph Marsollls Bato of this city, died
this morning of spinal meningitis
after a week's illness. She was born
in Springvillo September 23, 1S90,
and was 21 years old. She leaves a.
husband and two small children, a
girl 3 years old and a boy 11 months
old. She was the daughter of Robert
FIND BONES OF MAN.
Frovo, May 24. Sheepherders re
ported to Sheriff George Judd yester
day afternoon that thoy had found a
part of tho skeloton of a man In Pole
canyon, a small hollow leading from
near tho mouth of Provo canyon.
Only a part of the bone3 of the skele
ton havo been located. Thoro Is no
clew to Identity.
DEATH CLAIMS J. B. HOUTZ.
Sprlngville, May 24. George B.
Houtz of thiB city, a well known pio
neer, died at the homo of his sister,
Mrs. Nellio Drury, Lako Point, Utah,
according to word received today.
Heart disease caused death. Mr.
Houtz was born here forty-eight
years ago. Ho was unmarried.
BIG FEATURE PIC
TURES AT ORPHEUM
INEE, 2:15 O'CLOCK.
5c AND 10c
There's nothing so gooc Tor a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
Cures It In a few hours. Relieves any
pain in any part.
John Kelly, a man with a broken
wrist, who was chargod with being
drunk on the streets Thursday. wa3
given a fivo-day Jail sentence today
"Slim" White, a man with an arti
ficial leg, pleaded guilty of mendican
cy in police court today He prom
ised to leave town at once If released
and Judge Reeder gave him a sus
Officer Kelliher arrested a Spaniard
by the name of Frank Losano Thurs
day night at 9 o'clock on a charge ol
grand larceny, and ho is now In the
city Jail. It is probable that Count
Attorney David Jenson will fllo In
fprraatlon against him today, and tho
preliminary hearing will be held later
It is charged that Lozano entered
the back door of tho Rosenthal cloth
ing store, 280 Twenty-fifth street
Thursday night at 9 o'clock, grabbed
21 pairs of trousers from a counter
and ran out of the rear door of tho
building. Mr. Rosenthal saw tho man
disappearing and ho called for tho po
lice. Officer Kelliher happened to be
In tho neighborhood at that time and
tho thief was caught before he had
gone tho full length of a block.
HHH HH fH f
I am In sympathy with tho
-j- early closing movement and
4- wish to see it successful. As a --
means to this end I pledge my H-
-r support to those Btores which -y
4- conform to these hours:
Clothing and shoe stores
-nhich closo at 8 p. m. Satur-
f Dry goods stores which closo -r
at 7 p. m. Saturdays.
i- Is'amo ""
Tho abovo is a copy of tho card
which clerks in nearly overy store In
town are asking their friends to sign.
ThiB movement started yeaterday and
A. B. Foulgcr, president of the Clerks'
association, says that even tholr fond
est hopes are more than realized in
the willingness with which tho public
Is signing to support the movement.
Although tho cards wero not distrib
uted until lato yosterdny aftornoou
there aro already hundreds of them
In a number of caoe3, customer
asked for a supply of cards to dis
tribute among tholr frlonds, and this
faot has BUggcoted tho ldoa to tho
clerks of aBklng eaoh Bigner to tako
flvo card on which to eocuro tho Big
natures of hlo frlondo, It will bo
occn that, If thla plan provoi oueoeuo,
ful, thoro will soon be an ondleia chain
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I ! y rights' Program for Tomorrow 1 1 II
OELLING begins promptly at 8:30 tomorrow morning on these
l5and many other items. Plenty of help has been provided to serve i ' H I
the crowds which are sure to come to this store... II 1 1
While this list represents some .of the best items for Store to Close at l
tomorrow's shoppers, there will be the usual big 7 P 1VI I
j offerings in all departments of' those things now untutottorn.ti..a.. II
wanted...It pays to look around at Wrights'. "m 4ont'7 '""TV?"' II
B I IT J o m. We believe that nil of our ; v'W
0 fl & M
B " ' ' customors are in favor of this tyfi B
Sale Of Sewing Machines On 2nd Floor tomorrow see tZTZS 1 ll
I the list of new model sewing machines at low prices and very easy terms, eary- hm
85c Baby Bonnets 37c um?kU 65c Poulards 35c I I
Second Floor A few bonnets which were AT A j SUITS G-O KAx JJlJHL . t . , a, a. i b J H
here last season ; made of fancy straw with trim- A , . , r -rnH Floor-There s fine display of Fou- S j tH
mings of ribbon. The stock is in good condi- AMMW t 2. m&BSZVWte 3& ttps 9ttUMi lards prepared fop you in one of tho Washing. H
tion all fresh and clean. Customers looking at I gw line OI ladies SUltS ton avenue windows. Here are newest 65c Fou- i lLL
these will surely buy two or more. 85c values J Since the Season IS really lards of the colorings and patterns most want- ! H
f01' 37C LW JUSt beinnin this Sale is ed' Attraotive 65c values for 35c- H
Children's Straw Hats 19c 5 of more than usual interest 45c poplins 25c 1 1 H
Second Floor The usual wide brim slraw Js&HKsliil'lfflk "Mnf rma anif in the Inf a r i. m t i- i- . I 1
hat that sells always at 25c and 35c Some are ffiffi i SU1m tlie l0t S Krf Floor-Poplins are very light, summery, H
made of fancy straw with clean ribbon bands. $mfj an Style JfeiVery One IS materials, all printed in attractive dots. Several H
All sizes from the fresh stock at 19c. lilP?iCr Vvt of this Season's importa- Th new pieces. Some of the most attractive I M
Lone Silk Gloves 98c SVwf W tion There are' all of the pattera3 "e n d?ly .thc TT aoc to H
ILil vJIll VJiwya ZJVK, tflmW& mA vl i.4? ip i 4.u morrow the 45c value will be offered at 25c. H
First Floor This is to bo a great season for 'Ljjy ft W mOSt iaVOred iabriCS in the JM
long silk gloves. Tomorrow we offer the regular Jrif JfeW lot Whip COrds, Serges, SeCO FOoIardS 25C i L
$1.2o stock of newest colors all sizes double ft ftXj3 mivfurPQ Afr H 'H
finger tips, at 98c. p Jfe M& mlXlUres, eiC. Kr8t Fl0(HVThink of buying a rich, silky H
Leather Hand BaeS 98C I The models are either Bfrwtoreveniygownat25eayard grange I H
bculibci maiiu u'ag jvKj iki , . of patterns and colors m this Seco Foulard om- J H
I First Floor Real leather hand bags in new Iff , plain tailOrea Or iancy tte- braces everjMJiing from the lightest evening col- 1 M
designs fancy frames; bags which are our own W Signs, most Of them lined or to the darker colors printed for street wear. H
$1.75 values. Tomorrow a fine assortment of the jf 1 with Skinners' Satin 0n the table in tho Silk DePartment at 25c- H
Xfat9tdesis,,sinprimoreshst0ck- 1J5 i J whiAisftemorttoaWe . Art Dept. Specials
Sale of Summer Garments lj J &e2v& back7e rbvT a"Cl I
First Floor Featuring for tomorrow a lot 1 l $ much greater than expect- next few days. These come in packages with 25c M
of L. D. S garments in new stock summer I I, JJ aH nf fhia fimo rvP voar On A worth of silk for embroidering them. You pay LL
weights; the kind for which there will be a tre- Vw Jl PI .Vdr. IIU only for the silk the tops are FREE JM
mendous demand presently. 75c values at 68c; 5u rlOOr. Stomped Huck Towels, finished edges, scol- ? . IH
1 $1.00 values at 89c; $125 values at 98c. . loped and ready for use. 35e values 28c M
Tomorrow Last Day of the White Sale I
With closing of, store tomorrow this sale of Embroideries and White Fabrics will come to end j H
Embroideries, 5c Embroideries, 48c Embroideries, 78c Embroideries, 25c Embroideries, 59c H
Insertion and edges worth to. 27- and 45-inch flouncings, in- ITandsomc flouncings of the IS- and 27-iuch flouncings 45-inch flouncings, corset cov- mM
20c some of them are 5 sertions and cors cover em- regular $2.50 values. These are edges and insertions in this er embroideries, allover em- H
broideries worth to $1.25 all frnm o7 in z :0i,ne ,; lot worth UP 75c a yard broideries. Worth to $1 2o H
I inches wide-all now 5 ; 4g. frora -' to 4o inches wide- flU y 59 IN H
T all now 78 H
Embroideries 10c Embroideries, 19c Embroideries, 68c Embroideries, $1.19
t r a i ' ,i f Corset cover embroideries-18- Embroideries, 15c Allover embroideries and 27- llA7t' rS ihanl'
Insertions and edges worth to . . , . ...,,,,, to 4o-inch flouncings in nana- Mm
inch flouncings and insertions Corset cover embroideries, in- men flouncings of the better somest Baby Irish and Venice I i
35c a yard. Some of these are auci edges. Worth to 60c all sertions and edges worth to sort. Worth to $2.50 all patterns. Worth to $4.00 a j
I 15 inches wide allnow..lO now 19 45c big values, all now. 15 now 68 yard all now . . $1.19 H
I Sale of White Waists Sale of This New $1.50 QQc 1
waisfsTrfol WhiteFabtics Long Corset .. . Ja
Dainty Batiste waists with India Linens Persian Lawns t , . ..11 u- 'I
, . . attractive Japanese em- 0 , , , hundred pairs Ol newest Style, 10112 Xlip I
jgSffcj. , .j j - . NT .8 l-3c Linen3 7c 20c Lawns U..17c r x
8m broidered fronts Newest l-2c .Linens ....10c ,0 Lawns 22c Second Floor TomOITOW We offer One I
flrl, 25 sleeves and latest Dutch -2c Linens wc 45C iawns 37c 1
wfa "C nocks- cry st in the 30c L1"on3 22c c0! U"VD3 57c corsets a splendid $1.50 value for 98c! ' I
M m it w.t i thujua Cotton Chiffon Ratine This is absolutely new stock and every one :
SSV All sizes will be vOtf C0c Chiffons 53c 50c Ratlno 43c J J
Al01 ,b0rc tomorrow at. c&s .::::c JtVo ;:::: :c of the late, long-hip effect, ggs ;
3m Here's a saving oi 50 on LongCloths Crepe The material is a strong cou- ip !
lyfefl sorue of the Prettifst waists 1Sii,b Lotp,snf;;-i 20c white crope ..17s tile with a strengthening band sty v i
flfi shown this spring all just 20c Lone Cloths ...17c rm! p "l c J.L v. 1 j. iL I f
mA from our New York office, J ! T 35c white crepe ..27c 0f the same material at the MA J
L L bearing the latest marks of vones Wool Serge waist. Will fit under the new- M A
the last New York design- 5c vSiS oovooiTcfge"'! est gowns perfectly. There mf !
E i tt ing. The materials arc 60c Voiles c $150 Woc, gerg0.$127 , WbfifTW ' I
splendid batiste-some arc ?oC Volle.s 7 52.00 Wool Sorgo .1.73 are four Strong hose Support- W
Batiste waists in excellent 'made with the new pcplum NainSOOk Batiste erS of fresh elastic. The bust IuV '
patterns and splendid ma- effect. The trimmings arc J?1 -SooT.'.iK !c gatlejo 19c js medium low, Conforming to A IS
teriflls. The trimmings are of lace and embroidery of 20c Nainsook 17c 3oc BaUs to yy-'-ff , - All Sizes lllttW SI
ftf lnnn onj Amhrnidprv superior quality and very at- r xi. r J tne DQSl iaBl Slyieb- u c;3 I'MUitt U I
-otE will be offered in the corset de-
the very best styles. These values A11 ehes will be 20c 17c c"' "T.73 partment tomorrow, QOr ffiffl
I are actual $l.io OQiTB hcro tomorrow rfgj fiQ 35c Corduroy 27 2.60 Cloths S2.19 en vlnp; fli" KJ W "0 fl
B calues for tfOW at J.SfG 40c Corduroy 32c $3.00 Clotha $2.65 51.0U VaiUCb tl (
of workers who will soon cover- the
Mr. Foulger Bays that as 60on aa
tho clerka have secured tho signatures
of tholr lmmedlato friends they will
then begin the campaign by a hono-to-houBo
Tho Clerks association now haB
funds with which to purchase news
paper space Jn which the names of tho
early closing Btoros are to bo publish
WHERE HE LEARNED IT.
Fond Mothftr Wllllo, wbero did you
lonrn to swoao like that7
Young Hopeful -Pa's shavlnff, un
clo'a golf, grandpa'B auto, and your
Whtvt do y0U bollovo waa tho hurd
eot thing that Noah had to do7 Qeu,
6 to 8,
Two masked men, believed to be tho
samo who held up a street car In Og
den "Wednesday night, boarded the
Eighth West car at Its Tenth South
Btreet torrnlnal In Salt Lake last
midnight and robbed Conductor H.
Boho of about $30 at tho point of a
ii i ' - ' "atMwn
Tho trolley had just been switched
and Conductor Boho and Motormun
B. L. PhllllpB wore together on tho
front platform, preparing for tho run
back to town, when tho highwaymen
boarded the rear platform and came
swaggering through tho car, tho short
er of the two brandishing a big re
volver and threatening to shoot
"Throw up your hands and oo
quick about It!" was tho order. Phil
lips and Boho obeyed. The tall man
stepped up to tho conductor and
deftly searched his pockets, taking a
purse containing 520 In currency.
Then he unfastened tho chango belt
worn by conductorsr The othor hold
up stood by, covering tho crew alter
nately with his gun and threatening
to shoot at the first movement
Boho asked to be allowed to keep
tho change belt, offering to remove
the money, amounting to about $10,
but wbb told to keep his mouth shut.
Without waiting to search Motor
man .Phillips, the hlghwaymon jumped
from tho front of tho car, ordered tho
motorman to start towards town and
then fled togother In a southeasterly
direction toward the Denver & Rio
Grando tracks. Thoy overlooked a
goldVntch worn by Bohe and Phll
llpBs' pocketbook containing several
The crew ran tholr car to tho near
est accessible tolephone and notified
tfc oit. Detectives searched tho
vlcWity of th noldup and the rail
road tracks as far as Twelfth Soutl
without finding any trace of the hlgh
waymon. From the description furnished by
tho crow, tho Salt Lako police are
confident tho robbers aro the sajno
who held up an Ogden street car
Wednesday night One was a Bhort
man, dressed In a brown suit and t
brown hat He held tho gun and ap
peared extremely nervous.
"I was afraid he was going to shoot i
mo accidentally, ho appeared dp r
scared," said Conductor Bohe.
Tho taller man wore a black suit
and a black hat Both covered their
faces with whlto handkerchiefs, V
through which holes wero cut out for C
the eyes. They appeared to be nov- "j
Ices at tho work, and frequently start-
ed In fright at some fancied noise,
said tho crow. T
SURPRISED HIMSELV. 1
"Jaraoe, I wondor how you can sit
there and look mo in the face."
"So do I, roy dear, but It's surpris; '
Ing what a really bold, bravo, reck- S
less, bad man can do." P. I. P. 9