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I Bleached Flour Case Is
Remanded For Re-trial
By Court of Appeals
l i 8t. Louis. .Tan. 24 The Unl c.
States circuit court of appeals here
lEeveracd today the district court do
IKlaien in the case of the government
against Hip Lexington Mill and K ,
itor company of Lexington, Neb., ill the
J""bleaf h' ii flour ase
r The lower court bld that tho r lC.
Itrieal bleachinp process was a viola,
Htfon of the pure food law, but : be
Eourt of appeals remanded the case
Judge Smith McPherson of Kansas
fclty before whom the trial was eon
f.ducted. charged the jury thai
Sfound thai the bleaching process add
ed anything to the flour, whether in
urious or not, it should return a ver
dict in favor of the government The
jbigher court ruled that Judge McPhcr
aon erred in this instrui Hon
Nitrate Bleach Not Harmful
SI In the arguments before the co'irt
Slof appeals the attorneys for I
pany said that a nitrate v. as :
I flour in the bleaching bn
Sfcontended that a man would have ro
Bfcat about fifteen thousand It
SSread before he would got an ordinary
Bjoae of the chemical. Attorneys
BShat the bleachine process was
Eble to the millers of the country
5&bat were it? abandonment enfoi :e I
?$be flour supply of the nation
be reduced greatly while the
iHras bleaching naturally or the wheal
K: thorough:- ripening
We Pride Ourselves
i in Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada
l and Utah
The Hess E :
Ph n; cOl P. O. Qcx
lpnagiaiii na mu." 'jiig j
M m , i I
T h s Toggery
RICHMOND IS 10
! PLAY LOCAL
Thins evening at the Weber acad
I cm the first basket ball league game
' or the season will be played. The
, competing teams will be the A
five and the five from the Richmond
This is Richmond s first appear -auce
In Ogden and the boys promise
to put up a hard fight acainst the lo
cals The teams are evenly matched
in weigiit and !oth arc eager to make
the panic their first step in the di
rection of the pennant
Weber's lineup will be the sajne as
in the game with the Salt Lake high
school, with a possible exception in
the back field.
A special practice ot the yelling
srpiad was held at the academ) to
day, so there will be plenty of
"GiRL FROM T0KI0"
' The Girl From Tokio," which plays
I at the Orpheum theater Sunday niht.
has the jecord of runnlnc 2Q0 Qigjhtfl
without a break at the Court thea
ter. Berlin, and so great was the suc
cess that an American tour was im
mediately planned, with the result
that Ogden will see this delightful
comedv during its first season in
this country "The Girl From Tokio"'
Is not a musical comedy, but a rollick
ing comedy farce with many a side
splitting laugh The plot is new and
i rlginai and is handled by a capable
cast. Seats for this production go on
sale today at prices ranging from 25
cents to $1.50.
KNAPP F.dwin B. Knapp, aged G3.
a resident or Ogden for the last 22
years, died this morning at 1 o "clock
at the Dee hospital. The bod was
removed to the Kirkendall funeral
chapel pending funenil arrangements
.Mr. Knapp is survived by his wife
::nd two children. Carrie V Knapp,
rrt supervisor in the city schoo's. and
Rrhert D Knapp The son is now in
the ncrth. and funeral arrangements
will await word from him.
NYE Funeral services over the re
mains of Mabel Arleta Nye were held
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the family residence, with Bishop D
Fusion officiating. The speakers were
.'.-hn H. Taylor and Daniel Stephens.
The ladies of the First WarJ Relief
society sang Many floral of erings
were received. Interment was made
in Ogden City cemetery.
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OMDON Mr3. CC, Mlr.nojpoU., Minn. T
FEED PRICES SMASHED
K NOTICE OUR PRICES THEN PHONE YOUR ORDER
g Bran 100 pounds, by the $1 25
B Wheat 100 pounds, by the sack $1.50
"5 Flour 50 pounds, by the sock $1.15
; Oyster Shells 100 pounds, bythe sack $1.23
S Coarse Salt 100 pounds, by the sack 40c
eM Whole Corn 100 pounds, by the sack $1.50
Potatoes 100 pounds, by the sad 75c
With each 75c package of Seneca Stock Food we give a $1,00
; Safety Razor.
I' All kinds of Poultry Supplies cut of 5 cents on the Page.
J Phne 799 Jfljj Pjngrge jr. Phone 799
2616 Wash. i STORE 2616 Wash.
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THE GIRL FROM TOKIO "
f-' "Waui Sunday Night A Screamingly Funny Farce-Seats Nov
cn Sale, Prices 25c to 1.50.
SCOTCH ARE TO
From scenes like these old Scotia's
That makes her ov!d at home,
rever'd abr 3d ;
Princes and lords are but the breath
Mi honest man s the noblest work
of God." -Burns
Tonight 'he Srotcii iteoj.le of Ogden
i will observe fJobert Buins' 1 ." 4 1 b au
nlveraary by two entertainments. oDe
I under the directions of the Cronies
and the other by the Caledonians
Tlie Caledonians will hold forth in
their own hall, in the Howell building.
Washington avenue The program,
w hich I follows, is attractive:
Selection. Scottish airs Orchestra.
Opening address Cbiet Peter Cun- ;
Soprano solo Miss Kate Blythe.
Baritone solo William Jack
Oration on Burns President James
Soprano solo Mrs. Artie S. Blake-
Violin solo. Scottish airs William
Recitation. '.Man Was Made to:
Mourn Lawrence FJ. Somerville.
Selection, bag pipes James McKay. I
Scotch enmis .selection Matthew
Soprano solo Margaret Grieve
Baritone BOlo- Ceorge W Bain
Soprano solo Miss Jennie Thort
ensen. "Auld Lange Syne". Burn,
'"Star Spangled Ranner -Audience.
Committee on arrangement I Alex!
Gilchrist, chairman Lavxrenre Som-I
crville, c. W BTin. lex Llddell. Da-J
vid B. Snedden. W m. N Purdie, John
R. Muir. John Wilson.
Committee on entertainment G.
W. Bain, Matthew Gait. John R Muir, i
Lawrenrp Somerville. John Wilson.
Reception committee Mrs. Alex
Liddell. Mrs W. N Purdie, Mrs
Wallin, .Mrs L. Somerville. Miss Y
Cronies Also Celebrate
The Order of Scotch Cronies will
gie a concert and ball in the Eagles'
hall. Hudson avenue Professor John
Ballantyne will have charge of the
music The program is:
Opening remarks Chief Frsnk
Quartet, There Was a Lad Who
Was Born in Kyle' Burns
Mrs. Agnes Warner, Mrs Myrtle
Higlev. George Douglas.
Solo, 'Scots Wha' Hae" Burns!
So'o, O, a" the Airts the Wind Can
Blaw" . Burns
Mrs. Agnes Warner.
Solo, "Flow Gently. Sweet Afton"
Solo, "Selected" Burns
Mrs Myrtle Higley
Piano duet. "Tancred Overture". .
yiss Lydla Gustason and Miss
Poem. "Burns" Dedicated to Scot
tish Cronies by Dr. A. S Condon
Miss Kathryn Bassett.
Oration on Burns John D. Murphy
Dun. "O Wert Thou in the Cauld
Mrs. Agnes Warner, W alter Steveus
Solo. "My Bairnie" Yannah
Mis Myrtle Higley.
Solo. "Mary of Arsyle" Nelson!
Piano solo. "Annie Laurie '.. Ryder
Miss Lydia Gnstason.
Solo. "Green Grows the Rashes' O"
' Burns i
Mrs. Agnes Warner.
'Auld Lange Sne" Burns;
i "Star Spangled Banner" Audience.
The committee haing the affair in
i charge are as follows
Arrangements Frank Carr, James
MpcBcth. T S. Hutchinson, George i
Loehhead. Sr. Robert H Moves.
1 James Consland. William Moves, Wil
1 liam H. White
Floor Harry White. George loeh
head, Jr, Gregor Stuart. Thomas Mac
Reception Medames James Mac
Both, Frank Carr. Angus Loehhead,
W. B. Loehhead William Mo.es, Wil
liam H. W hite. T. C. MacBeth, George
Iochhead. Br . Dr Condon. Angus Mc
Phie. Robert H. Moyes, T S Hutch
ison, Gregor tuart. George Loeh
Announcement was mad last even
ing at the Tabernacle choir rehearsal
of the testimonial dancing part to be
given for J. Earl Pardoe next Monday
evening in the Weber academy.
Mr. Pardoe. who is now at school!
in Boston, was one of the choir's most 1
faithful members and the announce
ment of the party was entbusiastkal-
Individuals with personal motives
are spreading the report that the
candy factories of this city are In
sanitary The simplest refutation Is 'Come
and see." The public is invited to
visit us in our factory any day at
any hour We mau' faeture out can
dies in sanitary upstairs rooms and
make them fresh every day.
Fine candies, fresh candies, tempt
ing caudles. anitar candies
"Just Around the Corner."
I SILVERWARE and I
CUT GLASS F
H 2455 Wash. Ave. Phore 213 I
Fire Sale-Fire-Smoke-Water I
Sale starts Saturday morning the greatest of all bargain carnivals. You win and we lose B
goods must be sold at any old price. Your dollars will do triple duty in this sale. Don't miss B
it. Look for the signs on the door Don't be misled. Hr
InZZfVAg Prk'C' S1,0 t0 SOC Cuffs-Good Line' each 5C I
Boys' Caps, 25c each, now 5C B
Flannel Shirts, former selling nrice ffA ikokJ i - B
.SI ,50 to $2.50 each-itow dUC ' t0 5 Value' pair 5c B
, TT . . Hose, 35c kind, pair Hp B
Light underwear, former selling price . AVV mm
50c to 75c a piece-now IOC Overalls a pair 25c fl
All Wool Underw ear, former selling Dress Shirts, selling formerly at mrng- B
price SI to $1.50 a piece -now f S1-00 to S2-50' now 8'oin each, aBltf H
25c to UC 15c' 25c' 35c and eJPV1 B
Shoes, selling price S3.00 to $3.50 n- Boys' Suits, S1.50 and S2.50 values B
now $le95 now per suit OC m
Men's Suits at any price you want. And man other articles too numerous B
Collars Good Lmen, each q K
to mention in this advertisement. K
The Globe Clothing Co. I
252 Twenty-fifth Street I H
lv received, and ?. motion lo support
the committee in its worthy object
was unanimously adopted.
TOO COLD FOR
Steel work on t lie gas holder on
Wall avenue, between Twentieth and
Twenty. first streets, has been tempo
rarily suspended, due to the frozen
condition of parts of the concrete
liase upon which the steel is to be
placed Manaeer S. T. Whitaker of
the Ttah Light & Railway company,
however, says that the suspension
will be of short duration. The engi
neering department today Issued o
permit to the companx to build the
holder the cost being staled as
A force of men are making good
headway In excavating for the base
ment of the W. H. Wright ft Sons'
:ipxy structure on Washington avenue
and tor the basement that will ex-
rnd from the mum buildSnc under!
the sidewalk. In the permit issued!
to the company for this improvement
it is stated that the cost will be in
the neighborhood of ST..""1"1
The folloxving suits have been filed
in the municipal court:
Charles L. Kiepert vs. Weber Ke!c
tric company; suit. ?71.S9.
Wilson Bros.' company vs. Erneu
Bult. suit. $7o.
T B. Evans vs. J. H Wilson; s lit
Job Pingree vs. L. C. Thomas; suit.
Thomas Bennett, a night watchman
in the yards of the Utah Construc
tion company, returned 10 his home
at 226 West Thirtieth street last
evening, after receiving a telephone
call and found a drunken man in bis
house When the drunken man be-
came abusive, Bennett beat him over
the head with a pair of steel hand
cufffl ;nd then telephoned to the po
At the police station the prisoner'
gave his name as George Mortenson i
and claims to have been an employe
Of the Orenon Short Line at Ashton,
Idaho. A charge of housebreaking
xxas placed against him. Bennett
found that a window and a door had
been broken by he man In securing'
entrance to his home.
Grand Jury Returns True
Bills Against "Arson
Chicago. Jan. 24. Indictments
against four men charging' arson and
burning property to defraud were re
turned today by the grand jury in
connection with the inx estigation of
the operations of the alleged "arson
Those named in the true blll6 were;
Samcel Rottenbui, Joseph Clark.
Harry BroWn and .!ohn Kabizak. also
known as the ''captain."
Clark. Rottenburg and Brown are
public insurance adjusters and Kabi
zak Is said to be one of the "torch
bearers" employed by the combine
The bond of each defendant was
I fixed at 4000
Fires attributed to the 'arson nn? "
.have caused loss of many thousand
Laramie, Wyo.. Jan. 24. Clyde Au
gustus Dunlway, formerly of the fac
ulty of Leland Stanford. Jr.. univer
Blty, ot California, was inaugurated
i president of the University or Wyom
ing here today. Among the speakers
v. ere President David Starr Jordan of
Le'and Stanford. Jr.. university.
Chancellor Avery, of the University of
Nebraska, and Governor Carey of
"You ranst observe your eiders and
profit by their example "
"Well, 1 saw pop kiss our new
BRINGS DISMAY TO CONGRESSMEN WHO
OPPOSE IT. S. OWNERSHIP OF MONTICELLO
Mr. lAttletmm nnO hfr -crfrr wit om of the M"
Mr,. Martin W. LltUeUm. IU of the New York 'AbS?
diemaiy to Lbt many opponents in congress ot her pi" ff 0 Af.
by the government of Montleello. the home of Ps'dent J e fer o
tcr her defeat 1" a preliminary vote Jcen la?t month M b!ank.
printed on parchment paper a handsom. petltlon-tlconr-Thcsv
blanks "e ent hroadcaat, and for sex era I ecM ,0 h
returnlng by tbousana They ure congress to take steps h Mf?
purchase )i Montlcelin py the rovemment Another way 1 ,ct of th,
Littleton I" causing uneasiness la to make speeches n inc
conirresirmen opposing her plan. -.nn Levy. -N'ew I
The JefferoC home Is novv the property of Jc ner-on , Qa.
York eontrressroan. He Is not willing that his property "BU
tlonil ahrine. like the horaci of Lincoln and Tirn1'Tm
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