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6 - HE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH- THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1913 ,
-we cpp&al to men who are partlc
ular aooirt what they weai
partlcoljir about ttyle, fit arxJ pHc
I RELIABLE CHIROPRACTOR,
VIBRATORY, MASSAGE AND
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; Hours: 10 to 12; 2 to 5.
Evening by appointment.
Phone 321. 408 25th Strco'.
1 VVo nv ,hf largest van n tht
1 city. Quick service. Moving, ship,
ping and handling planoa Prompt
freight deliveries Furniture mov-
Ir.g a specialty Storage at reason
i able rates,
f I VIENNA CAFE I
322 Twenty-fifth St
I Special Dinner ; 25e I
I Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p m. f
j Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m.
'.ce and Foon, Managers
uj l Palace Cafe
MM l Special Dinner . . 25c
A Lunch from 11 m. tt 4 p m.
j Dinner from 4 p. m. to i' p. m,.
l TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 ?;th St
Ril f The Toggery j
JOgden's "No Kick" Store
p J POLICEMEN HAVE
I MANY TICKETS
j 1 From now until after t he first an-
I tiual ball on March 11 every member
I ' . polio rorce Hi can ) In
I m addition to bis usual accoutremenl
lfl for making i
flHHH ann ''Xeopt
fl I no patrolman will be loo busy to 1 II
I i tickets 1 1 each.
ssH ) a e purpose of (he ball Ih to se--j
cure a beginning to a fund to be used
AM , for the benefit of those members who
10 meet with misfortune There has been
jH no protective organization for pollce-
jjy men In Ogden and several of the
a thoughtful ones have decided thai
H " such a fund should lie i -,tahli had
Ea From all indications the ball will
be largely attended and the police
B committee has promised that those
EI.V whn ilane with them
great value for the mone expend-
I I ed
, M 'fl nn
MADERO WILL NOT
I tfl Chicago. Feb. 27 Carlos Madero.
1 4H oungeti( brother of the late presldt al
I 'IB ' -x'lxico- wno is attending w bodl
II yjfl a! DIfield, Wis., today denied Te
l: ports tlial hi- would leave school to
I M participate in a revolution against the
slayers of his brothers.
b He will finish the school term and
I ?m in Mine will Join other members of
j tbe Madero family in Europe,
Read the Classified Ads
ODD FELLOWS OF
OGDEIN TO BUILD
BUY LAND ON WASHINGTON AVENUE AND JOIN WITH H L WHITE
IN THE ERECTION OF A DOUBLE BUILDING TWO STORIES
HIGH AND 127 FEET LONG-DEED: FOR LAND ARE NOW IN
ESCROW AND BUILDING HAS COMMENCED.
A few months ago ihe Odd Fellows
a. I . city Hi'-' the Knight - ot
Pythias planned to Join in a building
tor lodge purposes, to cost approxi
mate 1,00 'lit the lodges have
ilnci decided to build seperate struc
to coal about 126,000 i i
Ihe plans of the Knights were an
ni.ini' i .i h i he Standard yesterday
Th. board of trustees of the Odd
Fellows closed a deal wilh H. L.
White late yesterdaj afternoon for
twenty-six feet of ground on Wash
on a enue, between Twenty-third
an i Twenty-fourth streets The deed
lis cow in escrow and building opera
tions have begun
Members of the board of trustees
stated this morning that the Ogden
Lodge No. a. I. O. O F, will erect a
building two stories high with a base
ment. 26 feet 4 Inches In width and
127 feet in depth on the property late
ly purchased of H. I White, the
structure to be ready for use In the
early part of the summer. The build
ine and ground will cost upwards of
$?0,000, the building to be modern In
ever, particular The basement and
flra floor will be leased for business
enterprises, but the upper floor will
; he used exclusively for lodge pur
I poses. The lodge quarters will con
' sim of an assc-mblv room, a dining
apartment, kitchen and other apart
ments necessary for the use of the
order. Modern heating and lighting
will be Installed The foundation of
j the structure will be of sufficient
strength to support a three-slorv
TO BE INVITED
With the intention of having busi
ness men raise a fund of about $4'.
000 for the triennial encampment of
Modern Woodmen of America, com
I mittees of that order will call on Sec
retary Joseph E. ( aine of the Sa't
Lake Commercial club in a few days.
The local camps of the Modern Wood
! men are almost certain that the big
meeting In June will be held in Salt
Lake If proper provision is made A
camping ground with sanitary conven
, lences must he provided and a fund
I established for entertaining the visitors.
Excelsior camp So. 1iS9'.' has ap
pointed a committee composed of Dr
Charles A Armstrong. John T. Kluge
and Harry Y Parker. Great Salt
Lake camp 10071 will appoint the see
ond committee. The two will then
hold a meeting and arrange plans for
placing the matter before the Com
mercial club. Excelsior camp nppnin;
ed its committee Tuesday night The
: 1 1 r' 1 1 c r was placed before the mem
bers by J II. Rothwell, clerk of the
camp, who had been requested to do
ao by p. M Ramey of Ogdcn, district
deputy. Mr. Rothwell said:
Will Bring Great Throng.
if the encampment is held heri
about 40j000 visitors will come to
Salt lakc in June The question ol
making uew insurance rates is to be
I threshed out and that ought to mean
than the meeting will las' about ten
days The camps ot every state west
of the Missouri with the exception of
those in Colorado (Colorado Springs
wanting the encampment) are In fa
vor of Salt Lake
"We do not think that Colorado
Springs will get it. That city cannot
accommodate the large crowds. A. R
I Talbot of Lincoln, Neb., bead con
sul, is said to be in favor of Salt Lake.
When It was attempted to bate the
encampment held here in 1911 the
Commercial club agreed to raise $40,
iion. but Buffalo got it It cost Buffalo
Sin, nun for the camp grounds and thei-
i equipment alone In St Paul, Kansas
City, Peoria, Milwaukee and Buffalo
I the attendance has been from 75.000
to 100,000, Of course we annot ex
pect that many in the far west, but
we ought to get 4,000. There are
1,200,000 members in our order
Ogden Will Help.
"Ogden is in favor ot having the
ancampmenl held here rh webet
club has agreed to donate a liberal
amount toward defraying expenses
It certainly looks as though Salt Lake
will get Ihe big meeting if proper in
1" e" N 1 Ours are grown on OWN ROOTS. The
fir fl "HKmM kmd you are N0T ASHAMED TO
Kk m W Cw B JL1S7 PLANT in your front yard They do
rfW not run )nt0 W((j roses.
We replace free any which fail to grow
WE PAY THE EXPRESS
and charge you no more than if you lived next door neighbor to us
We guarantee to be the LARGEST GROWERS of ever blooming
roses In the world. Our photo, illustrated catalogue tells you all
,re lf you own a home. Lioeral inducements for CLUB
CALIFORNIA ROSE COMPANY, Pomona, CaL
DEPOSIT BOX " '-5
I fr yur valuables in our Fire and Bure-lar
ft Proof Vault The Protection is Positive and -I?
I the Cost Small.
We have Safe Deposit Boxes for rent here'
as low as
$2.00 AND UP PER YEAR
L Utah National Bank I
jj H Ogden
bu ldlng. Howomt, only two 6totie?
Will be built this year
The lodge structure will be erected
Jointly with the H. L. White business
block, whih will occupy a part of the
large space between the George A.
Lowe and the Burton Implement com
' panles' places of business, the White
part of the structure to he the same
he'ghl as the lodge building Alter
ih. buildings are erected, there will
I remain fifty-four feet of vacant
ground at the rear which at some
fi.ture time will be used for the build
ing of annexes
Mr White has a force of men and
I teams at work excavating lor the
I basement of the two buildings and
I he Is under contract to erect the
lodge building Ih accordance with
I plans to be furnished by the order
f Tbe board of trustees state that
they hase done their dut toward the
erecting of a home for the order h
I purchasing the ground and contract
I ing for the building, and that it Is
in to the building committee to
Bee to it that th? home is all that Is
I The Odd Fellows order is incor
porated under the laws of the state
with the following as trustees
C Harrington E. H Trollinger
Henry Kissel J L. Dunn, lames Mc-
Members of the building committee
are I I Biummltt. William Doyle,
lames McBcth. B. II Trollinger. Dr
Paul Ingebretsen. P F. Klrkendall
and Charles. Hninphris.
ducements are offered I have no
doubt this will be done.'
A story of extraordinary sociologi
cal interest, one refreshingly new in
iliem'' is a gripping portrayal oi the
development ot the good Which is
within all men The title of the Btorj
is The Redemption" and will be
shun n at the Globe Theater for four
das beginning this Thursdaj after
noon The cist of the story follows
An eminent sociologist advocates the
theory that a criminal is only a
criminal because he has not had
proper opportunities to develop an
honest character One Oi his news
paper articles comes to the notice of
his closest friend who is skeptical to
the extent of being cynical, laughs at
the theories and Fays they cannot be
proven The sociologist takes a well
known character of the underworld
into his home to prove his faith in
this theory See the picture and see
At the Oracle Theater also is a
good feature, a notable story oi the
struggle between parental loe and
i on . iem ,, l, i he Rev Sidnr Boot li
and produced b the Bdlson Co with
Mary Fuller in the leading role. The
title of this story is The Minister's
Temptation. The Isis has a great
scientific story of the "Centipede."
This Is one of the series of scientific
stories being issued weekly by the
Pathe o, whose study of nature on
the screen is both profitable and en
tertaining. Th' se pictures in the diflerent
I houses arc in programs of good com
edy, drama and scenic and will be
shown for four days, Thursday to
MAN OF FAMILY
KILLED BY CAR
Salt Lake. Feb. 27: John F. Dane
gan, aged -15. of Murray the man
through whom Jules (' Sirmav mu.'
derer of Thomas Karrick. was cap
tured, was killed last night by a street
ear Mr. Donegan. who lived at 5251
State street, and who was a real es
tate salesman in the employ of the
Alliance Investment company, lav on
the track opposite Hill's gate on Si te
street between Fourteenth and Fll
teenth South street, apparently un
der the Influence of liquor A Mid vale
car, Xo 606. in charge of T J Had
lev motorman, and I- C Clare, con
ductor, struck him.
October 12 191!' Thomas Karrick.
a young student entered bis home.
I.'.O South Thirteenth East street, and
was shot and killed bv a burglar. Lat
er Sirmay was seen In a brick yard
in Mnrny, w here he tried to commit
I suicide. Mr Donegan notified the
sheriff. Sirmay was arrested and Mr
i Donegan shared In the reward for
I the capture of the fugitive Slrmaj
was executed May "1' 1912 Before
he was ehot to death he confessed to
the murder ol young Karrick
Donegan was killed about 7 30 lasl
night. He had gone to Murray on the
car that preceded 606. Charles Bell
of GL'U Kast Fourteenth South sir,. '
said he saw the real estate man alighl
at Hill's gate and that Donegan seem
ed intoxicated It is thought that the
man fell upon the track Immediately
after tbe car left and lay there until
i be in-xt one nrn I -d
There is a rise in the grade on the I
car line north ol the spot where th
accident oicurred Repair work is go
ing on in the street The motoric n
said his view was obstructed until he
reached the summit of the grnle and
that then Donegan was but n few feet
away. He declared that It was too
late to stop the car. His first impres
sion was that the object on the track,
or alongside of it. was an animal
S. D. Evans, undertaker, was noti
fied and removed the body to his es
tablishment on State street Donegan
was horribly mangled. His skull was
c rushed and his ribs and other bones
were broken. He was identified at
first through a memorandum book.
Later Shirley M Kunklc of 446 Sixth
avenue, a brother-in-law, called at the
undertaker's and recognized the dead
man's clothes and other possessions
Mr Donegan leaxes a widow, Mra
Frances Donegan. and seven children,
ranging from an Infant of 6 months to
a girl of 16. They are Miss Surline.
Isabella. Dennis. Frank. Xeliie. May.
Iris and John Paul
( aptoria Frohman. the negress. who
sho; and killed Lulfl Dickerson at a
rooming house. 135 Twenty-sixth
'street on February 19, was discharged
by Judge W H. Reeder following a
prelimlnar hearing this morning
Atter the inquest 0f yesterday, the
ceroners Jury, consisting of B F.
Thomas. A. T. Ilestmark and A. G.
j Harris, declared that Mrs Frohman
'snot in self defense and recommended
' that the prisoner be released
("ounty Attorney David Jensen
however, filed information charging
the woman with murder in the first
degree and the preliminary hearing
was held this morning before Judge
Following the order of the court for
her discharge, the friends of Mrs
Frohman as well as her husband.
Bdgar Frohman. rushed in to where
she was sitting and there was an
abundance of embracing and kissing
.Mr and ,ir rTonnmn teit me sta
The testimony given was practical
lv the same as at the inquest yester
dav Mrs. Frohman did not take the
stand. Bvery witness who was ac
quainted with the women concerned
Stated (hit Mrs. Dickerson had
ti '(atened Mrs. Frohman and no evl
d nee was Introduced to show thai
th shooting was committed for any
recson except self defense
Much time was taken over the
question Of the wounds inflicted upon
I Mrs Dickerson G I A. Litidqutst.
ihe undertaker was on the stand for
some time and described means of
notes the location of the various
WOUndS to show from what direction
the shots were fired
Henry Brown, father of Mrs Froh
man. repeated his story of yesterdav
to the effect thai Iaila Dickerson had
sat facing thp door to Mrs. Frohman's
room for two hours before Mrs Froh-j
ma: attempted to come Into the din
Ing room, and Mrs. Phyllis Lawrence, j
the proprietor of the house, retold the
Storj of the threat made by Mrs
Dickerson the night before in a voice
loud enough to be heard b Mrs.
Frohman In the next room.
".iter all testimony had been heard.!
Attorney T. D Johnson. tor Mrs
j Frohman, moved lor a discharge In
I harmon) with the decision of the
Coroner's Jury and he summed up the
case to bring out the idea of self
defense. The point rontested bv the county
attorney was In regard to the revolver
in the hands of Mrs. Frohman He
stated that there was no evidence jn
troduced but what showed that Mrs
Frohman had the revolvei in her hand
when she opened the door
fter summing up the ease. Judge
Beerier declared that there was no
evidence to prove otherwise than thai
the woman acted in self-defense and
: h. ordered that she he discharged.
! IN BUILDING
J. Boekweg is building a residence
on Stephens avenue, between Thirty
second and Thirty-third streets, to
cott In the neighborhood of $1000.
Officers of the engineering depart
ment tu.t that at the close of the
n.oi:th, tomorrow alternoon the
amount of estimates in permits Issued
for Februarj wl equal thai of Janu
ary, even though February is a short
I month The permits last month
amounted to $62,000.
BOOSTS FOR A
W riting from Ogden to John Giese
of Salt L.iKe City, who is Interested
in the Royal Copper company) C F
Thyberg urges the Importance ot hav
ing the Ogden Rapid Transit com
pany build lis extension to Logan from
the present terminus of the road In
Ogden lanyon. He says.
Vou will observe from the Inclosed
flipping from the Ogden Standard
thai tbe Rapid Transit people are
about to decide upou a route into the
Cache valley district, cither via Bden,
Brlgham or rjolltnston the Is ttei
understand, being the one most likelj
to be selected It is my belief that
FOR THE HOME"
THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH
What can be more appreciated by the members of your family
and your fnends than an evening's entertainment by the
Many new records now on display.
L.j. BEG RAFT
Corner 24th St and Grant Ave.
Alterations Do Not Stop '
The Usual Business B
Altho extensive alterations are in progress at this store, the usual I fll
business is being conducted in all departments. Excavations of the
Washington Ave. sidewalk prevent customers from entering by the I
main entrance, but the South Entrance is open as usual. I
I I SQc
Spring Goods are beginning to arrive and to find ready custom- I
ers among the early buyers. Some of the exclusive suits arc already tJ
being sold, as are also the newest fabrics. As soon as new goods ap- sci
pear they are being displays in the departments and already the store
begins to take on the appearance of Spring.
Business will continue as usual during the alterations the South I iu
Entrance will be used until the "y7"-"I 1 4-an ' !
completion ot the Washington f If ISJ LS 1
Avenue Entrance. X M.yA. m. .U j
I the numerous advantages of th
Bden route were brought forcibly t
the attention of the promoters of tin
proposed route, that route certainly
would commend itself to the intelli
gence of the parties most interested.
"By way rf Brigham or Collinstou
inc. nis constant and close competition
with the old steam routes which are
firmly grounded in the district, and
It means a hard pull for business In
the district, and at the same time the
interests of Ogden City as a whole
I will not be enhanced by parallel lines
j along the same route. By way ol
; ESden the line will extend through tour
j towns which have no railroad accom
modations at all that is, Kden. Liber
ty, Avon and Paradise.
The inducements along the latter
j route for tourists and for general
I business advancement to my mind are
fa r greater than a line that will trav
erse the same old country which is
well connected at the present time
with the steam roads The scenery
along the route by way of Kden is
such as to be attractive to tourists
j and others who already are aware of
the beauties the fisheries and other
things to be seen along the Ogden
any on route, surpassed, I dare say, I
by none in the world
The road in this district would be
the means of opening up one of the
largest lode copper mines In the coun
try, the Royal Copper claims, which
already Is blocked out to tbe extent
ot thousands of tons of low grade i
c opper. waiting only for proper rail
People go to Los Angeles for their
winter climate Why no here tor!
This matter should be taken up
with the Ogden papers, the Weber
club. Fcclcs interests and the people
of the four towns mentioned.'
Kugene Hibbard of Market Lake.J
Ida. was in the city yesterday alter-!
ioon and he identified a horse that
had been stolen from him by Ixmlsj
Raty a few months ago and sold to I
A I Haddan of Slaterville.
Sheriff E B. Harrison and depu
ties are responsible for locating the
animal The officers a lew months
ago were advised of the theft of
the horse and they were told thai
Raty had been seen in Weber county
Investigation soon disclosed the fact
that Raty had sold the animal to Mr.
Huddan for $17"
Sberilf Harrison says the animal
is a valuable one Raty is In the i
cinlty of Market Lake, and since Mr
Hibbard ha identified the stolen an-.
Imal he will be placed under arrest
Sheriff Harrison last evening noti-
tied the officers of the Market Lake j
country to make the arrest.
LAST NOTE j
British Rejoinder on
Panama Toll Question
to Be Presented
Washington. Feb 37. The aim of1
the British government in present-i
log 8 rejoinder to Secretary Knox 3
Usi note assenting the right of the '
United states to exempt Its coastwise
Shipping from the payment of tolls
n i he Panama i anal before I be re
I tlrement of the present admlnistra-1
I tlon. Is understood to be influenced
tv me aesire io escape the intimuiion
thai ii wishes to deal with the In
coming Democratic administration
Therefore the next note, now in
preparation and likely to be deliv
ered by Ambassador Bryce to Secre
tary Knox in the course of a day
1 or two. will be in the line 0f develop
ment, in a logical way. of the initial
Uriti.-h contentions re.irdiug the at -
cesslblllty of the canal to all uations.
lucluding the United States. 0n even
terms, and of the arbitral nature of
the Issue between the two govern
ments It is understood In regard to Hie
litter point, however, that Ambassa
dor Bryce. who Is now taking an ac
tive part In the preparation of the
British case, baa hot Indicated a pur
pose to accept the proposal of Secre
tarj Knox In his lust note, to exchange
i.umcatlons on the pending general
arbitration treaty between (merles
rnd Great Britain lu order to permit
of the appointment of a special com J
5cl REX 5c I i
225 25th St. Under New Management. S
Every Reel a New Feature.
TONIGHT, FEB. 27 !S
Power of money" soiax.
BUD TILTON, MAIL THIEF' Reliance.
' FUNNICANS, A CELEBRATED ARTIST" M. E. F.
EXTRA SPECIAL j
in 2 reels
("BALKAN WAR PICTURES" l
Actual scenes of the battlefield.
50 grand hand-colored slides showing all king8 and ladles of the
Balkans. Also interesting pictures showing the fleet in action.
DARKEN GRAY OR FADED HAIR I
with sage tea and sulphur I
It's Grandmother's Ree
ipe for Dandruff and
Restoring Color to
Almost evervone knows that Sags
Tea and Sulphur, properly com
pounded brings back- the natural col
or and lustre to the hair when faded,
streamed or gray; also cures dandruff,
lt( bing scalp and Btopa falling hair
Years ago the only wav to get this
mixture was to make it at home,
which is mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays skilled chemists do this!
bettei than ourselves By asking at
any drug store for the ready-to-USS
prod not -called "Wyeth's Sn-c ;,nd
Sulphur Hair Remedy -you will gel
a larse bottle for about ."0 cents. I
I mission therein provided for. to as-
ertain and report upon the facts in
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Feb 27 Vio
lent earthquakes occurred last night
at Cuenca, Ambato and Rio Rambato. j
No damage v. as done, hut the panic-I
stricken inhabitants passed the re
mainder of the night g the street. I
ENGLAND TO SEND
DELEGATES TO U. S.
London. Feb 27. The British com-
mlttea concerned with the celebration'
I oi the centenary of peace between
Ho- United States -nni England an-
Some druggists make their own but
I It's usually too sticky, so insist upon fl f f
getting "Wv. ths' which can he de- I Jl
.pendoii upon to restore natural color fl
j and beauty to the hair and is the
best remedy for dandruff", drv. fev
erish, Itchy scalp and to slop" falling
Folk like Wveths Sage and Sul
phur" because no one can positively
tell that you darkened your hair, as It
does It so naturally and evenly, says
a well known downtown druggist.
You dampen a sponge or soft brush
and draw ft through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time This re
quires but a few moments, by morn
inc the gray hair disappears ami af
ter another application or two is re
stored to its natural color and looks
even more beautiful and glossy than
ever A R Mclnlyre. Agent. 2121
W ashlngton Ave.
Spring Cily Coal I
This is the first time this Best of Good Coal" has ever been,
on the market.
It gives more heat and less soot than any other coal
We are in the market to introduce this good coal at the
same prices as you have been paying for the other coal
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
FRANK MOORE COAL COMPANY
"Dealers in All Kinds of Coal"
Office phone 612 Yard phone 345.'
Give us a trial order.
CARD OF THANKS
e desire to extend our Hincere
and heartlelt thanks to our friends
for their many acts of kindness and
assistance shown ug during the slck
i.es and death of our husband and
lather, also for the many beautiful
(Signed) MRS MARY FEN TON
I "n'mced to y that It will send rep
resentatives to a conference in New I
I York to arrange for joint action be- H
tween the United States. Great Brit- jff
jaln and Panada The invitation was j
sent by the American committee '
LADY SCOTT BRAVE I
IN GREAT GRIEF
I Wellington, N. Z. Feb 27 Lady 'I
I Robert F Scott, wldon of the antan -
lc explorer, arrived here today on ,
board the Aomngl Lady Scott heard
Of the terrible fate of her husband
1 v hlh she waH in mldocean off Fiji,
i As soon bs she had recov ered from
I he first shock she said :
"I must be brave ;tK my husband
I would have wished me to be "
Her brother. Lieut Bruce, and Com- I
mander Edward Evans of the British ji
navy, who brought back the ad new?
from the antarctic, met Lady Scott on fl
the pier. l
USED TO BEING RUN A WAY WITH I
"So Betty has eloped with Jack fl
Ii.:ggard Well, I reallv. can t sav fm I
' You're not1"
"Xo; she s let her imagination run fl
away with her many a time." Bo6ton fl I
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rr Tagti REPAIRING CO.
( nrvSTrk PROCESS J Er guernsey. Mgr. Hi
fOQrjKWA.tp Gne d0Qr of Standard Office. '