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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JANUARY 9 1909
New 1909 Styles
are here
Weve had th Merry Widow
An sint it on its way
Now we have a hat for min
Thats ivry bit as gay
Tis a tribute to ould Irelan
Th cutest iver seen
Ivry lads awearin wan I
Th Jittle hat of green
Weve hats suitable for any
man over 16 and under 100
jpars old
C D IVES CO
Broom Hotel Corner
Qh l
tI
Wo dont know anything about tho
Dry Goods business but we do know I
tae DRUG BUSINESS inside outside
up and down and through the middle
Ve were educated In tho Science ot
filling prescriptions and wo till thorn
more correctly than any one In tho
city Let us fill yours
Prescription Specialists
2479 Waohlngton Ave Ogden Utah
FOR THE DAINTY PASTRY
DISHES OF THE DINNERS
YOU ARE PLANNING FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
Riverdale
High Patent
Flour
i
To Bnkel
Use Pcerye Crescent FlourIt saves
time patience and money
Time because results are sure
Patience because theres no bad
luck
Money because theres no waste
Every pound of Peerys Crosent
Flour produces a pound of good baking
try if
I
WANTED TO BUY
Wo want to buy a few dozen pure
trod Rhode Island Reds and White
Plymouth
Rocks pullets and cock
rels Burrows Commission Co
2274 Wash 17tf
LEGAL
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that tho an
nual meeting of the BtocKnolders or
tho Ogden Bench Canal and Water
company wiJL bo held in the Court
liouBO on > 1Inday January 11 lyoa
at 730 m
p m for the purpose of hear
Jug tho financial report or tho secro
tary and treasurer for the year 1U07
also to vote on the rote or assess
went for the year lOOD and for the
transaction of such other
Business as
may properly como before tho meet
Ing
A D CHAMBERS Secretary
Dated Og1en Utah Dec 30 rjos
NOTICE
The annual mooting of the stock
holders of The Ogden Fruit Growers
Association will be held at the Court
Ilouee In Ogden on January n laou
at 10 oclock a m for tno purpofie of
electing a board of seven directors
i ind to transact such other busineaa
as may regularly come before the
meeting It Is desired that all stock
I holders be present at thin meeting
J Fh WRIGHT Secretary
Animal Nearly Extinct
About 300 Bpeclmens of tho stein
f bok are under protection on tho south
ern slope of Monto Rosa but apart
from that the animal is nearly extinct
In tho Alps It breeds slowly and the
offorta of the government in Its behalf
have helped little In two laces prl
rate herds have latoly been estab I
lished and It Is hoped thus to prevent
the extinction of the atelnbok I
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g
r
STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 53
I Bell Phone two rings NO 56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 56
Bell Phon one ring No 56
RANDOM
REFERENCES
Installation Next Thursday Tho
members of Lincoln Circle No 2 La
dles of tho Grand Army of the Repub
lic will hold their Installation of offi
cers at Pythian hall next Thursday
GLOBE THEATER Tho most up
todato picture show west of Chicago
Two changes of program a week Tues
day and Saturday Matinee every
day except Sunday South of GranJ
Opera IIouso
High School Basket Ball Gamc
This evening the first basket ball
game for tho High school boys will
be played In the Armory at S oclock
This will undoubtedly be a good Hnie
to watch as tho teams are about even
ly matched The Jolly Uacheors
1uvo had more practice than tho iliga
school nevertheless the High will put
up a stubborn fight Mr Jiarkor or
Weber Stake will referee
Buy Red Cross Stamps In Human
itys Sake to Stamp out Tuberculosis
Then buy Meats Stamped U S In
spected for yours and your familys
sake A guarantee that It Is free from
Tuberculosis Germs
I
Gases Dismissed Following a pro I
Imlnary hearing which extended over
three days the case against Harry
MacMlllan formerly of Ogden tho
Goldfield millionaire and former suit
or of Edna Goodrich brought by James
lay the Nevada gambling king charg
Ing him with passing worthless checks
to the amount of SGOO was dismissed
yesterday I
LOU CRAIG Instruction In elocu
tion and physical culture class anJ
private work Ind 36441
Pleasing Change County Clerk
Samuel G Dye has won the eternal
gratitude of Ogden reporters by plac
ing a desk and a comrortable chair In
his office for the especial use of news
paper men Here all Instruments of
a public nature are placed for the
benefit of roporters who desire to ex
amine them and the change expedites
reportorial work and adds a tinge of
comfort to the task Heretofore the
Instruments were tossed out of the
drawers onto a long counter and the
newspaper men were forced to ex
amine them as best they could In
a limited area often crowded with
those visiting tho ollice on business
The new departure Is one of several
desirable changes made since Mr
Dye was formally Inducted Into office
DANCE TONIGHT Congress Danc
ing Academy < I
Burial of Infant Daughter Funeral
services over the remains of Marina
Pauline Infant daughter of Mr and
Mrs Clarence Child wero held yes
terday afternoon at 2 oclock at tile
Fourth ward meeting house Bistop
E A Olson presiding Appropriate
luiisical selections were furnished by
the ward choir and words of contolu
tlon were offered by Bishop Olson U
J A Llndcuilst and John McQuarrle
Interment was made In Ogden City
cemetery
Officers Inotalled Thursday night
tho Woodmen of the World oi Ogden
installed tho following ofI1cers Past
consul commander William Plggctt
consul commander Samuel Kline
advIsory lieutenant A T WykCs
banker George Huss clerk E Auth
escort H Sllverthorn watcnman W
H Drabblo sentry B Van iler
Suhult managers Mathow Gait K
B Paine and William J Browning A
musical program followed tho Installa
tion exorcises
Lost His Hat and ShoesA young
man camo down from one of the near
by towns of Idaho yesterday tor u
brief sojourn In tho city visiting
friends Immediately after his arrival
In tho city ho purchased n new hat
and a now pair of shoes and partook
quite freely of Ogdens best whiskey I
He finally repaired to a noodle joInt
on Twentyfourth street to try tho
edibles there While eating his
noodles he fell into the arms of Mor
pheus where ho remained lor a con
siderable time When he awakened
from his sleep ho was astounded to
dlcovor that he was hatless and shoe
less Some culprit had taken hs hat
and shoes from him while Jie slept
Mrs Mary A Parry Laid to Rent
At 1 oclock yesterday afternoon a
large number of friends and relatives
of tho late Mrs Mary A Parry grth
ered at the Marriott ward mooting
house to pay tho llnal tribute or love
and respect to their departed friend
Musical selections by the ward choir
Folos by Mrs Mamie Tony and Caleb
Marriott and a selection by a male
quartetto were rendered trealrlent
C F Mlddloton Elders TP I rIJ
John D Powell and E A LarkIn of
fered words of consolation to the
asrorabled friends and relatives A
wealth of beautiful lloral ofTeilugs
gave mute testimony of the love In
which the deceased was held A long
funeral cortege followed the remains
to Ogden City cemetery where intcr
mcnt was made
James Rupper of Provo Is an Ogden
visitor for a short time Ho Is regis
tered at the Healy hotel
The Weber Club ball given at tho
Congress Dancing Academy last even
ing was a most pleasant affair Light
refreshments were served
W D Crompton brother of Police
Officer Crompton Is In tho city for a
short visit with his brother Mr
Crompton Is a resident of JBvanston
I Vyo
Advertisers must have their copy for
I the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on which the advertise
ment Is to appear In order to Insure I
publication I
I
G H Calllgan and wife of San
Francisco are Ogden visitors Mi1 j
Calllgan Is buying cattle for the
Levy Packing company of can Fran
cisco I
HARD COAL turns Winter Into Sum
mor Shurtllffs Phone 18
The dance given by tho Electrical
Workers of the city at tho Armory
last evening was a social success
The grand electrical display was
highly appreciated I
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
rcom consult John Scowcroft Sons
Company
Memorials large or small In either
Granite or Marble Order now for
spring delivery JOB Parry Sons
Co 2253 Wash Ave
EZMoney KellyMoney to loan on
any good real estate Geo J Kelly
Plenty of Lump Coal Jones Coal Co
Both Phones
It will hold fire overnight Lewis
Good Coal Both phones 149
I SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS I
LAWYERS OF IDAHO
WANT SYSTEM CHANGED
I
Boise Ida Jan 7Today the State
Bar association in session here and
which is largely attended had under I
I discussion the court system of Idaho
and decided to recommend changes
In the system to the legislature The
concensus of opinion was that Judges
should be nonpartisan and ho elected
at other than a general election One
member of the association went so
far as to advocate a constitutional
convention for tho purpose of chang
ing tho system
The grand jury of the District court
hero returned eight Indictments
against H E Neal former cashier ot
the Capital State bank defunct They I
were for alleged forgeries and other
Irregularities while he was cashier
The forgeries he is said to have com
mitted aggregate 75OOO Mr Neal
was taken Into custody and on fur
nshlng the required bond of 10OOU
was released to appear again Monday
morning
MRS PARSONS TELLS
COURT OF HER NEEDS
Wife of WellKnown Attorney Says
250 a Month Is Not Enough
Salt Lake Jan 9Two hundred
and fifty dollars a month is not suf
ficient to maintain Mrs Jennie 3 Par
sons and her daughter and provide
them with suitable winter clothing
and It would require from 100 to
000 a month to maintain Mrs Par
I sons in the style to which she has
been accustomed
This was Mrs Parsons testimony
before Judge Morse of the District
court Friday afternoon In the hear
ing of the order directed against C C
Parsons to show cause why he shall
not pay Mrs Parsons and daughter
250 a month pending the final adjudi
cation of the separate maintenance
suit against him The order was enter
ed as requested the first payment lo
b made January 15 but probably will
te held in abeyance upon agreement
I
until Mr Parsons returns to the city
Mrs Parsons on the stand review
ed her second marriage to Mr Par
sons at Denver In 1901 anrj their sub
I
SALLOW COMPLEXION
Changed to Ruddy Glow
No one likes a sallow muddy com
1lexion Mrny who are so afflicted
do not realize that the daily consump
tion of coffee Is likely the cause
Coffee contains a drug caffeine
which so irritates the nerves of the
stomach that food is not properly di
gested and that causes bad blood
It weakens by its after effects tho
heart and lungs so that the full I
amount of Hfoglvlng oxygen Is not
taken Into the lungs and that Is an
other cause of bad blood Tt Is often I
the cause of sallow complexion and
nervousness also I
During the past year writes a
Conn lady I found that I was grad
ually growing nervous through some
unknown cause I was peevish and
restless and my complexion had that
sallow disagreeable color seen in de
bilitated people and nervous dyspep
tic
During this time coffee was my
chief beverage at every meal Having
been for many years a constant user
of GrapeNuts I had read The Road
to Wellvllle and becoming interest
ed In Postum I decided to try It in
llaco of coffee
Tho result was gratifying and suc
cessful In every respect It seemed
that miracles wore performed In that I
first week My sallow complexion
gradually giving way to a healthy
ruddy glow and my nerve felt rest
ed and at ease
In a short time my whole system
felt rejuvenated and I was In fine spir
its It is needless to say that from
that time to this Postum has always
hadits place on the pantry shelf along
with the famous GrapeNutu
Postum when made according to
directions on the pkg has a rich tas
ty flavour and leaves an Invigorating
effect which Is so different from the
luuguld after feeling ot the coffee I
drinker Theres a Reason
Name given by Postum Co Battle
Creek Mich Road The Road to Wall
vllle in pkgs
Ever read the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
are genuine true and full of human
Interost
1
sequent separation In 1901 At that I
time Mr Parsons mentioned 300 as
a proper monthly allowance for her
rnd her daughter she said but has
only given her 250 a month This
hasnt been available for several
I months for since June last she has
had to share It equally with her daugh
I ter The allowance never was paid
I until the end of the month and con
scquently was thirty days In arrears i
Mrs Parsons testified I jjt
Mr Parsons as legal advisor to thK
Newhouso and Boston Consolidate I
Mining company Interests Is In rev
celpt of anywhere from 2000 to 3000J
a month Mrs Parsons declared
while she and her daughter must get
along on 250 a month and are still
Indebted to Walker Bros for summef
clothing for 1H08 Payments of 25
a month have been applied upon this
debt regularly but there Is still 10
owing Mrs Parsons said An allow
anco of 250 a month is barely sun
dent for the actual living expenses
of herself and daughter she declared
and has not sufficed to secure Clot
Ing for tho winter for them
l
UTAH PATENTS I
JH
Granted this week reported by C
A Snow Co patent attorneys
Washington D CG Ipson Hunt
Ington station Indicator W H Wai
lace Salt Lake City single delivery
matchbox For copy of any of above
patents send 10 cents in postag
stamps with date of this paper to C
A Snow Co Washington D C 3
CLOSE BIDDING ON rj
BRIDGE CONTRAC
Nine Concerns Make TwentyEight
Offers to Build the Structure i
iJi
Salt Lake Jan DThere was some
closo sharp bidding before the board
of public works Friday evening for the
contract to erect a bridge over the1
Jordan river at North Temple street
to take the place of the old WhIt
bridge recently torn down In alIT
there were nine bidders and twenty
eight bids J
The bids were upon steel construct
tion and concrete construction twenty
two upon the former and four upon
the latter The Midland Bridge com
pany of Kansas City was the lowest
bidder upon concrete construction
with a tender of C587 and S Birch
Sons Construction company the high
est with one offer of 990U including
an asphalt roadway and another bid
of 9773 including a cinder roadway
The other bids on concrete construc
tion were Davis Heuser CSOO Vi
P Strange 6990 P J Moran 7
510
SUPREME COURT
AffIRMS THE j
VERDCT 4
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER C O
MUST PAY 12600 FINE r
1
It Was Found Guilty in Lower Court
of Having Violated Kancas Anti
Trust Laws jf
Topeka Kas Jan 9The Ka Bas
s remc court In a decision handed
down today affirmed tho verdictand
fine of tho district of Shawnee coun
ty against the International Harvester
company The company must pay a
fine of 12600 on fortytwo counts
oach count being a violation of the
criminal sections of tho Kansas anti
trust laws
jn the fall of 1906 C G Coleman
then attorney general of Kansas be
gan the criminal action against this
company He brought seventylive
separate counts against It Each
count was for the sale of a mowing
machine or selfbinder The soles
were actually made by Topeka imple
ment dealers acting as agents of the
International Harvester company
When the case was tried thlrtyrthreo
of these counts were quashed on ac
count ot technicalities Judge A W
Dana of the district court sustained
each of the other counts and when the
jury brought In a verdict of guilty
against the company he fined It 300
on each count making a total of 12
COO The company might have been
fined 12000 if the maximum penalty
had been assessed
The chief evidence against the In
ternational at the trial was the words
of President Cyrus McCormick of the
company to the effect that his com
pany controlled ninetyfive per cent of
the harvesting machine plants of the
country and ho hoped to get all ot
them The companys attorneys ob i
jected strenuously to this evidence
and based appeals on objections but
the supreme court upheld Judge Da
na Further evidence as to tho exist I
ence of a trust was based on contracts I
of the companys agents In Kansas
Tho Shawnee court decision In this
case attracted attention all over the
country at the time and the supreme
courts stamp of approval of that de
cision is farreaching It Is certain
this case will be appealed to the su
preme court of tho United States
I
FIVE PERSONS HURT IN
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
Chicago Jan 9FIo persons were
Injured In a collision between an auto
mobile and a street car early today
Miss Anna Hgan and Mrs J J Lelth
were the most seriously injured The
two women were removed to the coun
ty hospital where it was said they
probably would recover
HAMILTON OHIO FIRE
Hamilton Jan 9Slx persons wore
rescued with difficulty from a fire
today that wrecked the Hamilton
House and damaged the Miami Val
ley Bank building
I
CURlS T MAS
PACKAfiES
OPENED
FROM ONE A 10 GOLD PIECE WAS
EXTRACTED
Nell W Davlsons Work Has Caused
Disappointment Among Those
Who Were Sent Presents
Local officials of the Pacific Express
company are reticent In discussing
the probable shortage occasioned by
Nell W DavIson the absconding clerk I
from the Ogden office but It Is known
positively that several valuable pack
ages are missing and rumor has it
that thefts aggregating more than
< COO have been discovered by Route
Agent Hall and Local Agent Dobbs
I
It will require several days to ful
ly develop the amount stolen and a
rigid investigation is in progress and
will be continued until the worst Is
known
Davison evidently was wise In his
Felectlon of plunder One package of
1300 passed through his hands a few
ins ago but tho contents were In tho
nature of drafts which could not bo
easily converted Into money nnd this
Davison left severely alone
Evidence Is accumulating which in
dicates that aside from money stolen
t
the clerk Indulged In pilfering holi
day packages entrusted to the ex
I press company for safe transporta
tion One lady employe at the Union
I passenger depot has just been notified
that a Christmas package which she
I sent to her parents In Kansas had
been opened and robbed of part ot
the contents and a 10 goldpiece in
cluded In holiday presents sent had
been stolen While no evidence con
necting this theft with Davlson has
been secured It Is known that he
handled the package In question and
the conclusion Is that ho added the
missing articles to his plunder
Nothing has been heard of the man
and he appears to have simply dis
appeared without leaving a trace of
any nature
All express company employes are
under a reasonably heavy bond which
IB increased with the responsible dut
ies of such employes and the surety
company in this case has been offi
cially notified that Non W Davison is
wantedand wanted badly at this
time It may be a week a montn
n year or a decade before sleuths
round the thief and pilferer up but
there isnt much doubt but what tho
young man will be arrested by detec
tives and brought back to Ogden to
face the serious charges against him
BOY EMULATES A
DIME NOVEL HERO
I
Suffolk Va Jan Emulating a
dime novel hero of whom ho had Just
read Wallace Stone aged 1C years I
proceeded to shoot up an Ice wagon I
here yesterday He fired six shots
slightly wounding John Manly the ne
gro driver
The pistol was taken from the I
I youth who had been drinkingnnd
ho was locked up but not before no
Iad tried to shoot a small boy Ro i
bert Hicks who it is alleged bought I
whIskey for young Stone also was ar
rested
i
OPPOSES UNDERGROUND
I STORIES IN HIGH SCHOOL
I Chicago Jan 9Joseph Downey oC
I the board of education announces i
that he will fight to the last ditch
I plans for a proposed 19story commer
cial high school A provision for
three underground stories has
aroused his wrath
I
i I will not submit ho says to
having our boys submerged in Siber
ia ike quarters of that description
I Why should we ask pupils to attend
classes In underground Quarters
I The proposed arrangement Is unsani
tary if nothing else
I
WHEREABOUTS OF MISS
I CHARLESWORTH A MYSTERY i
I London Jan 9The mystery sur
rounding the whereabouts of Miss i
Violet Gordon Charlesworth who It I
I was reported had been killed while i
I motoring in Wales and the story of
I whose death Is not generally believed
lis still unsolved All the reports of
I the young woman having been seen at
various places lack confirmation The
newspapers still print stories of her
alleged speculations In stocks and en
deavor to show that Miss Charlesworth
was In desperate financial straits I
MAN IS FATALLY BURNED BY
TORRENT OF BOILING BEER
New York Jan 9Whlle attempt
ing to mend a valve in a Brooklyn
brewery Frank Casper an employe
was fatally burned by a torrent of boil
ing beer When the valve gave way
the steaming beverage struck him In
the chest and he was found lying In
the hot liquid unconscious by fellow
workmen At the hospital to which ho
was rushed it was said early today
that the injured man had little chance
of recovery
I
JUDGE SYMPATHIZES
WITH THE VAGRANTS
Chicago Jan Commenting on a
decision dismissing charges of vag
rancy and begging against four men
arraigned before him Municipal
Judge Newcomer says
Hundreds of honest men are out of
work in Chicago at the present time
and something should be done to help
themmany of them are halfstarved
and are forced to beg in the streets
for pennies to get lood and a place
to rest their tired bones
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
OFFICIALS
OF TilE
H D P
ACTING GENERAL SUPERINTEND
ENT CHAS WARE ARRIVES
I
He Takes the Place of Park While the
Latter Is on His Trip Over
All Harriman Lines
Acting General Superintendent
Charles Ware of the Union Pacific
system accompanied by C E Fuller
superintendent of motive power ar
rived from the east on the delayed j
westbound fast mall train this after
noon and will remain In Ogden until j
Sunday morning To a reporter Su
perlutendent Ware said ho was just i
making a trip over the line to meet j
officials and employes generally and j
had found everything in excellent con
dition between Omaha and Ogden I
Notwithstanding recent severe storms
In Nebraska and eastern Wyoming I
traffic was being handled without seri
ous delay nnd business was very
heavy for this season
General Superintendent Park will I
be absent from the Union Pacific for
some weeks he said and In the mean I
time those in harness would endeavor
to keep things moving satisfactorily
Superintendent of Motive Power
Fuller was making a brief Inspection
of division shop plants and would ac i
company the acting superintendent
over the system
ilh slcm ARRESTED
ON LARCENY
CHARGE
i
IT IS BELIEVED BY POLICE CHIEF
THAT 250000 IS INVOLVED
II Frederick Richardson Squandered For
tune Left Him By Father and i
Then Bankrupted Shoe Co
Chicago Jan Frederick Richard
son formerly president of the J Rich
ardson Shoe company of Elmira N Y I
was arrested here today on a fugitive
warrant charging him with the lar1
ceny of 750 from the Chemung Canal
Trust company of ElmIra While 750
Is the sum mentioned In the warant I
Police Chief Cassaday of Elmira said
250000 is Involved
I
Elmira N Y Jan 9After having
squandered the fortune loft him by
his father Jackson Richardson Fred
erick Richardson became Involved In
financial difficulties which led two
years ago to his bankruptcy antI that
of the shoo manufacturing firm of J
Richardson Co of which he was
president The liabilities were 338C
000 with assets not moro than 100000 I
The bankruptcy proceedings brought i
out the fact that Richardson obtained
accommodations at tho banks on tho
I representation that his affairs wore In
The arrest toda I
first class condition today
Is the result of this revelation Rich
ardson left ElmIra Immediately after I
I the bankruptcy proceedings were in I
stituted
I Marital difficulties developed as the
result of certain revelations in tho
I
bankruptcy proceedings
I
ST MARYS ACADEMY
FILES ANSWER TO SUIT
t t I
Springfield Ill Jan Asserting I
that notes bearing tho endorsement I
of P J Kieran president of the Fi i
delity Funding company were not
sanclioned by the St Marys academy
of Benedictine Slstrs of Nauvoo Ill
and that no consldratlon was ever giv
en for toe 700000 worth of paper the
Catholic Institution yeatorday filed an
answer to suits In the United States
I
circuit court The answer sets out that
the notes were signed without the au
thority of the academy that tho insti
tution Is Incorporated that under the
state law notes cannot bo signed with
out the consent of the majority of the
stockholders and that no consideration
over was received for the notes
RECEIVES TWO THREATENING
LETTERS DEMANDING 1000
Chicago Jan 9cTwo detectives
now accompany Guesseppe Namlno
when he goes to and returns from his
work as foreman of a butterlnc fac
tory Naralno had asked the police for
protection because he had received two
I letters demanding 1000
TJhe writer threatens to get me
when I went home Namlno said and I
I I am afraid he will shoot me In tho
back I have no enemies that I know I
of and know of no cause for the
threats
I
WOMAN IS ACQUITTED
OF MURDER CHARGE I
Newark N J Jan 9Mrs Jo I
sephine Amere who has been on trial I
here for several days on a charge of
having murdered Michael Marlottanen
on August 5 last was acquitted last
night The womans defense was that
she shot the man In defense of her
honor
AMERICAN WAS IN
THE EARTHQUAKE
London Jan 9Tho foreign office I
has been advised from Malta that an
American named Paul Richards of
Pennsylvania has arrived there from
Itcggio on board the British cruiser
Minerva and been sent to the hos
pital
is Is YOUNG
GOES TO
IDAHO
r
HE IS A MEMBER OF A NEW GRO
CERY COMPANY
I
Has Been Connected With the H L
Griffin Co and Was Formerly
In Railroad Employ
= f
J T Young secretary for four years
of the H L Griffin Co of this city
has formed a partnership with J I
Hill of Coffoyvllle Kansas under the
title of tho Idaho Wholesale Grocery
company which will conduct a general
wholesale grocery business through
out Idaho headquarters being located
at Pocatello
Tao warehouse of Scowcroft Broth
ers at Pocatello has been secured by
the new firm Mr Young will be sec
retary and general manager of the
firm and there will be three traveling
salesmen placed In the Idaho field at
once
onceMr
Mr Young has been prominently
Identified with business organizations
of Ogden and the state for several
ycarS Ho was on tho board of direct
ors of tho Utah Association of Credit
Men vicepresident of the Utah Pro
duce association and ropresented the
Utah Jobbers at tho National Associa
tion of Credit Men last convention
He Is a member of the Weber Club of
Ogden and was one of the originators
of the idea of sending tho carload of
Utah fruit to Ely upon the occasion
of the completion of tho Nevada North
ern railroad Into that town
Previous to Mr Youngs coming to
Utah he was employed for a number
of years by the O S L being sta
tioned at different points in Montana
and Idaho In Important positions
Mr Young leaves a host of business
and social friends In Ogden and the
state of Utah who will wish him un
bounded success In his new venture
DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED
TO 10 YEARS IMPRISONMENT
New York Jan DThe confession
of Marie Ferrlllo that she committed
perjury because of hatred toward tho
man who had killed her husband yes
terday saved Nicole Searconi of
Brooklyn from electrocution after he
had been sentenced to receive such a
I death Searconi was to have been ex
ccuted next week for the murder of
Frank Forrlllo Since his sentence
Mrs Forrillo has told the police that
her husband was the aggressor In tho
quarrel with Searconl
Yesterday Searcoul was brought
down from the death house at Sing
Sing prison and his sentence changed
to Imprisonment for not more than
ten years
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FORMER MINISTER HAS BEEN
CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER
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I Mexico Mor Jan 9 Clydo M Gow
formerly a Methodist minister who
hrs been on trial for nllegwl complic
ity in tho death of Miss Lizzie Glen I
i son a teacher last July was found
guilty of manslaughter in the second
degree last night and sentenced to
four years In the penitentiary Gow
I was deposed from the ministry Inst
August on account of his connection
with tho womans death Sha died
I following an operation for which she
I sold Gow was responsible Cow vie
i nled the charge Dr W A Hemphlll
accused with Gow was convicted by
a jury several months ago but his
I case has been appealed to lho State
I supreme court
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FIRE IN BASEMENT OF
I HOTEL CAUSES A PANIC
I Cleveland Jan 9Fire In the base
I ment of the Tavlstock Hotel to
I day caused a panic among the guests
many of whom left tho hotel In their
nishtclothes Police and firemen re
strained several persons from jump
ing from upper story windows The
majority of tho guests loft the building
by way of the fire escapes the halls
I being filled with dense smoke Rich
ard Dornett a fireman fell from a lad
der and was seriously Injured The
I fire was soon extinguished the loss >
being slight
DEATH DUE TO MORPHINE
POISONING AND ASPHYXIA
Des Moines la Jan 9At tho cor
oners Inquest yesterday Into tho
death of Dean Howard of Drake uni
versity Thanksgiving day It was
shown that the deans death was le
to morphine poisoning couplea wan
asphyxia It was shown that Dr Ft
C Byo who It was said had been
previously dismissed from service Dy
Dean Howard had admlnisturel a
half grain of morphine In two hypo
dermic Injections the night he Iied
Ho also stated that he had given
him 25 of a grain of atrophiao
PRESIDENTS FORMER
COACHMAN SUICIDES
Boston Jan 9Danlel J MooneY
I former president of the Coachmans
Union committed suicide last night
h y taking poison Mooney had bqU
n driver for President Rooaevolt who
commended his skillful work on a
visit here four years ago and had
also driven Prince Henri of Prtjssla
when tho latter visited thin city on
his tour of the United States Moon
ey had been out of work of late
j
FIVE MEN FROZEN TO DEATH
Edmonton Alberta Jan 9Flro
Frenchmen who left Stony Plain for
MacLeod river three days ago were
frozen to death three miles west of
the ninemile house on tho Grand
trunk Pacific Railway company
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NEPH1 L MORRIS IS TO
TALK ON TEMPERANCE
NQphl L Morris will bo
the ixpnalter
at
the
Tabernacle
Sunday and his
subject will be Tomperunco
following The
musical program will bo
given
Selection Tabernacle Choir
ScJOOllon Tabernacle Choir
Organ Bolo selected Sam F
Whit
Dkof
Solo and chorus There Is
a Green
lum
11111 Far
Away Maud
I choir MnUdD1nap and
A special feature will 00 the music
at a55 ooclock
WESTERN COASTOF
MEXICO IS SHAKEN
Mexico City Jan 9Tho entire
western coast of Mexico was Shaken
by an earthquake yesterday which
was most severely felt at Acapulco in
the state ot Guerrero and at Ooxaca
In the state of tho same name The
damage was trivial and no fatalities
have been reported
MINISTER ACCUSED OF
A TERRIBLE MURDER
Port Huron Mich Jan 9By
means of two false teeth it was den
nltely established yesterday afternoon
that Gideon Browning of Adair Vil
lage was tho man who was butcher
td last Tuesday evening in the little
Methodist church in Columbus town
I FhlpThe
I The authorities of SU ClaIr county
Immediately offered reward of 5500
for tho arrest of Rev John H Car
michael of Adair pastor ot tho church
ad the man who was at first suppos
ed to have boon killed dismembered
and then burned In the church stove
Detroit Mich Jan 9It became
known last night that Rev J H Car
michael the St Chair county minis
tor who has been missing since tho
night of the Rattle
Run church
mur
der completed tho writing of a novel
the day before the tragedy One
chapter deals with two convicts tell
ing freely of the crimes they have
committed and knew others to havo
committed
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Bonkleman Neb Jan 9Rov J H
Carmichael who figures in tho Adair
Michigan tragedy was pastor of the
Methodist church of this place Our
ing 1805 and part of 1896 Ho was
severely criticised near tho close ot
his pastorate alleged indiscretions
Dud his dismissal followed tho bring
lag of charges against him Ho was
a member In good standing of tho A
O U W lodge of BenlUeman
HORSEMAN CONVICTED
OF JURY BRIBING
Laporte Ind Jan 9Tae jun In
tho trial of Win H Bell a wellk own
horseman charged with jury bribing
brought In a verdict of guilty The
punishment Is an Indeterminate term
of from two to fourteen years The
case originated during the trial of a
10000 alienation suit by Stove Juan
ovitsch of Chicago against his father
inlaw John Stevens of Cincinnati
which trial ended In disagreement ot
tho Jury
The grand Jury Indicted for conspir
acy and bribery Gust and George Ste
vens sons of the defendant tho
alienation suit William Bell and
Juror William Blakoman it being
charged that the two Stevens paid Bell
for preventing the Jury from giving
Juonovltsch a verdict Tho two Ste
vens plead guilty
APPLICATIONS FOR PARDONS
DENIED BY NEVADA BOARD
Carson Nov Jan 9The board
of pardons has denied the application
of II R Preston and of Joseph Smith
the two men convicted of tho murder
of John Silva a restaurant keeper oC
Goldfield March 10 1907 Preston
was convicted of murder and Smith
of manslaughter
Preston gained notional notoriety
last summer when he was nominated
for president of tho United States on
the SocialistLabor ticket
The shooting of Silva was tho cul
nination of a strike of waiters ana
waitresses In the Silva restaurant In
Goldfiold which followed Silvas re
fusal to refrain from boarding persona
inimical to the Interests of tho Gold
field union of the Industrial Workers
of the World
ELEVENYEAROLD LAD
STEALS A LARGE SUM
SL Louis Jan 9A money bag oC
amazing proportions which a small
boy pulled from his bosom to pay his
bill at a shooting gallery last night
atracte tho attention of 8 patrol
to how
man who questioned him as
he got It Tho boy confessed the
21260 represent
amount in the bog reprsent
ed what was left of money he appropriated
printed from tho BrooKport Milling
companys office In Brookport Ills
Mitchell Hardy
Ho gave his name as Michel Hat
dy 1 years old of Brookport m
Ho told tho police ho was about to re
turn homo and give up wnat wa lets
of tho money when the police founa
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