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Therefore we give you the chance to share our f profits this
Spring Notice the grtat prices Then come and see the suits I
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LAST THOMAS
WORKING FOR
4 NATIONAL
HONORS
WEDGWOOD ANXIOUS FOR UTAH
l BOYS TO WIN
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In Contest for Highest Degree of Com
potency at Government Inspec I
tion During Encampment I I
While elaborate preparations for the
Grand Army encampment for next
August are going merrily on Adjutant
General E A Wedgwood of Utah is
busily engaged grinding other axes
He proposes to kill two birds with
ono atone While the veterans of the
republic are delaying in tho pastime
of the national encampment at tho
capitol of the state he proposes to
have the boys in blue of the state
tho state militiahard at work In au
effort to grasp national honors
1 All tho companies of the state are
I urged to sharpen their swords and
polish tholr bayonets for drill work
1 which will bo Indulged in during the
I time of tho G A IL encampment He
wants some company of tho state to
j come out victorious In the contest but
advises all of them that the mark of
equally la now largely stamped upon
the name of each company Time for
preparation the adjutant general says
Is short but that diligence will com
pensate for the lack of time accord
ingly It will be well for tho Ogdon
guard of the state to look well to their
laurels by immediately getting Into
the harness
An order hag been Issued that a re
ward of 100 will be offered to the com
pany attaining tho highest degree of
c competency the government Inspec
tion of the militia which will be held I
during the national encampment of the
old fighter Tho order for tho inspec
tion comes from the headquarters of
the national guard of Utah No 8 It
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roads as follows 1
A member of the governors staff
offers 100 In cash to be awarded for
excellence at the coming government
inspection
The amount will be divided into
prizes of 50 30 and 20 respectively
to be converted by the successful or
ganizations into company funds
The awards will be made upon the
following basis of points
strength of organization 25
points
Attendance per cent 25 points
SGeneral appearance oforganiza
tion 10 points
4General efficiency of movements
ami manual of arms 10 points
5 Efficiency of officers 10 points
6 Condition of individual arms
and equipment 10 points
7 Condition of armory unissued
ordnance and quartermaster stoics
and company records 10 points
Total 100 points
The desired strength of the respec
tive organizations Is battery 80 signal
corps 30 hospital corps 20 Infantry
companies CO band 28
By order of the CommanderinChlof
E A WEDGWODD
Adjutant General
In connection with the order to the
Utah guard Aljutant General Wedg
wood has sent out the following circu
lar letter
Headquarters National Guard of Utah
Adjutant Generals Office Salt Lake
City Utah
I regret that the competition re
ferred to G 0 No S c s those head
quarters could not havo been started
at an earlier date But that is im
practicable the offer was made last
evening As the records of tho com
panies stand the chances of oach or
ganization arc not far from equal It
Is anbodys race The organization
that puts forth the best efforts stands
the best chance to win While tho
time Is short diligence will compen
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USE A
PR NEW SS GAS RANGE
Saves Gas
We have recently been given the exclusive agency for the Now
Process visible Gas Ranges in Ogden and have several attractive
styles on our floor which we would like to show you > I
Cooking by gas Is far and away ahead of any other method The
gas stove is without doubt the greatest modern convenience of the
kitchen because It Is always ready at a
moments notice can be per
lectly regulated is cleaner safer cheaper and bettor In even way
We can offer you a splcndldnveburnor n
5a range with sixteen
inch oven as low as 2000 in price If
you are interested we are
BOYLE
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I onto for the lack of time Tho guard
I will participate In tho great parade
of tho Grand Armv at the Grand Army
encampment In Salt Lake City Au
gust next It Is desired to build up
to tho limit for this event The tlmo
to commence Is now Hundreds of
people from every state In tho union
I will be critical observers or the
strength efficiency and appearance of
tho guard of this state At that event
Utah makes or loses a most valuable
reputation as wide as tho extent of
this country Let us make that repu
tation most excellent Wo can do It
and the time to commence Is now
Very respectfully
E A WEDGWOOD
Adjutant General
Moot disfiguring skin eruptlonsscro
fuln pimples rashes etc are cue to
Impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters
Is a cleansing blood tonic Slakes
you clearoycd clear brarned clear
skinned
BASKETBALL
AT DEAF I
S SCHOOL S I
WEBER ACADEMY WINS BY SCORE
OF54 TO 36 I
Winning Team In Line for Pennant
Granite Team Plays Brigham
City Tonight
The basketball team of the Weber
academy played the team from tho
state school for the deaf yesterday
afternoon winning by a score of 51
to 36 Mr Metcalf of forestry service
refereed the game and he pronounced
It a good clean game free from rough
playing Tho result of this game
places the academy team In an envi
able position with tho northern league
They have lost but one game in tho
series for the year that being lost to
the Granite high school of Salt Lake
Tho Granite team will play the
Brigham tonight and If they lose to
the Brlghamltes it leaves tho Weber
academy champions of the northern
league If the Granite team succeeds
In defeating the Brigham high school
boys the academy team and the Gran
ites will have to play another game to
decide the championship the winner
of which will play the Lehl team
which holds the championship for the I
southern league of the state
Utah Is divided this year Into two
basketball leagues one known as the
northern and the other as the southern
league and according to the regula
tions the champion team of each dlvU
slon plays for the high school cham
pionship of the state The academy
team feel confident that they will win
the state championship whether Gran I
Ite wins or loses to Brigham They I
feol qulto assured that they can defeat
the Granite boys in a return game
and are effually confident that they
can defeat Lchi Jn the final contest
WORK BEtiiNS
ON NEW
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FORESTRY SERVICE BUILDING TO
BE RUSHED COMPLETION
Relic of Forty Years Ago Found in
Making Excavations for
Sewer
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Active operations were commenced
upon the foundation of the new Forest
Service building yesterday morning
corner of Lincoln avenue and Twenty
fourth street a large force of men
being detailed on various preliminary
jobs about the sitfc of the proposed
structure The basement which al
ready had beon excavated had the fin
ishing touches completed yesterday
and the laying of the foundation will
commence at once
A large cement mixer with a capac
ity of 120 yards of cement dally has
been secured and will bo used in mak
ing the huge concrete piers These
will measure 48 Inches square at the
bottom and 30 Inches at the top and
will number 16 In all distributed at I
equal distances through the center of
the basement Upon these will be
constructed the brick pillars to sup 1
port the cent < fr of the building
In excavating for sewerage connec
tions the workmen encountered a rel
ic of bygono years which few of the
residents of Ogden are familiar with
It was the old stone sewer construct
ed n years ago by the city of Og
den then a town of but a few thou
sand inhabitants This sewer was a
huge affair four feet In height and
width and constructed of boulders and
blocks of broken bench stone An
excavation having been made two
walls four feet apart were built up
without cement or mortar and capped
with great slabs of rock brought from
Colllnston In the first year or two
of the railroad to the north Some ot
the huge slabs were six feet in length
and four foet In width and formed
the roof of the sewer
Tho sower had only an earthen bot
tom the idea being one of evaporation
as much as transportation to sewer
age It was constructed along Wash
ington avenue and down Twenty
fourth street to the river On account
of the porous uature of the gravelly
subsoil and the rapid escape of the
water the sewerage was apt to gather
at points and clog up the passageway
there not being enough behind to car
the refuse to tho
ry rlvor At many
points during the past twenty years
workmen have discovered upon en
countering the old sewer conditions
which would hardly be
tolerated by a
modern hoard of health
Sophomore WlnIn the Inter
school debating contest held at tho
Weber academy Wednesday evening
the sophomore class were declared the
winners of the trophy
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BAMBER6ER
RUSHING I
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ELECTRIFICATION OF SYSTEM TO
E COMMENCED AT ONCE
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Line From Lagoon to Salt Lake Will
v Be Completed Within a
Short Time
Sidney Bamborper superintendent
of the Ogden andjSalt Lake route has
Just returned from San Francisco
where he has been for a number ot
days to secure tho services of an elec
trical engineer to assist In the work
of the proposed electrification of the
Bamberger railroad system between I
Ogden and Salt Lake Jn addition to
tho matter of employing an engineer I
Mr Bauibcrger spent some time In
making a personal inspection of the I
electrical lines of railroad In the south I
ern part of the state of California
Among the Toads Inspected by him
woro the Pacific Electric the Los An
geles Pacific and the Los Angeles In I
terurban lines leading Into Los An
geles the Bar route at San Franisco
and the Northern Electric at Sacra
mento The name of the engineer em
ployed to attend to the work of elec
trifying tho OgdenSalt Lake system
has not been given out but it Is con
templated by tho Bambcrgor system
that ho will Immediately begin the
task of placing the road under an
electric system with a hope that the
work may be accomplished some time
during the present year
The bluo prints plans and specifica
tions for the electrification of tho road
have been forwarded from Engineer
Strauss of Chicago and there Is noth
ing now in tho way of the beginning
of Immediate operations A represen I
tative of the Bamberger Interests
states that poles will be placed along
the line about ten feet from the center
of the track which will be double
This arrangement of the poles will
leave about six feet between the cars
when they are standing side by side
The poles will bo set In concrete to
warrant stability
President Bamberger states that the
company Is all ready to begin opera
tions That all preliminary arrange
ments for the electrification of the
road have been made and that the en
tire plan of the system Is now on paper
and that the plans will be turned into
a reality within Very short time It
Is understood that a force of workmen
has already been put to work along
the line having in mind the Idea of
pushing construction work as rapidly
possible II M Lane of Mexico has
charge of the construction work and
he Is pushing things with all possible
despatch The electrification of the
road to Lagoon from Salt Lake will
be accomplished within a short time
so that summer excursions to the re
sort from the other end of the line
will be conducted under the neV order
of things and the management Is very
desirous to have thc two cities Ogden
and Salt Lake connected by an elec
tric railroad In the early part of tho
summer
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following real estate transfers
have been filed for record In the office I
of Count Recorder Wallace
Halley R Baker to Elmer H Baker
lots 1 2 3 and 4 block 3 Central
Park addition Consideration GOO
D F Stcacy and wife to Joseph S
Pcery all or section 3C township G I
range 2 east Consideration 500
SALT LAKE AND
SALTsTATe
sTATe NEWS I
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STARVATION AND WANT
FACEUTAH SETTLERS I
Returns From Reservation With Start
ling Recital of Conditions I
Salt Lake March IThat from K 1 I
to 500 men women and children ro
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siding in Wasatch and Uiutah coun
ties are in absolute want of tho nec
essaries of life Is the startling an
nouncement made by Senator Vlonxo
Brinkerhoff today Mr Brlnksh > rt I
has Just returned from a trip to ea t
ern Utah and he bays that he recoiy
ed a telephone from Agent Frost tell
ing of the sad plight in which maiy
settlers on the reservation find them
selves
Many of the people there came iu
from other stales and were not well
advised as to existing conditions They I
expected to find canals and dltchi3
ready for immediate use and they I
were not at all prepared for the hard
ships Incident to the reservation < ei
hement Hard luck overtook many
to the extent that their milch cow
died and one misfortune followed an
other until now many lack the neces
saries of life
HOUSES DESTROYED
BY FIERCE BLAZE
Two Residences Totally Destroyed
and Three Others Damaged
Salt Lake March 5Fire fanned
by a high wind for over three hours
Thursday afternoon threatened to
sweep over the entire southern sec
tion of the city and It was only by
most efficient work on the part of the
lire department that the damage was
kept down
Tho total loss Is nearly GOOO Tho
fire started in the story and a halt
building owned by Guster Toudt and
occupied by George Gibbs and family
It was shortly after 1 oclock when
Joseph E Morris living at 2125 Sev
enth East street had his attention at
tracted by faiuke and flames hoot
Ing up Into the air in the direction
of Walnut street Hastening to that
locality he saw the entire roof ot
the Gibbs home on fire and notified
the occupants of the house who had
barely time to gather a few pieces ot
clothing and escape before the entire
building was enveloped In flames
The following Is a list of property
damaged and destroyed together with
Its value
Koaldcnce Ouster Toudt occuplCd
by George Glbbs story and onehalf
brick value 2600 contents 100U
loss on building total loss on con
tents 600 Insurance not known
Residence owned and occupied by
I Tuckeit onojstory brick value
2500 contents 700 loss on build
ing total loss on contents HOO In
surance on building ir00
Residence owned and occupied by
Martin Nordburg one and onehalt
story brick value 2500 contents
500 loss on building 75 loss on
contents none Insurance not known
Residence cd and occupied by
Mrs Mary Novo onostory brick val
ued 2000 contents 500 loss on
building 5
Residence owned and occupied by
Mrs Sara Fowler one and onehalf
story brick value 3000 contents
SOO losson bulldlng 5 II
IDAHO KILLS THE
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PUBLIC UTILITIES BILL
House Sits Down Upon the Measure I
by an Overwhelming Majority
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Boise Ida March 4Idaho has no
use for a public utilities commission
The legislature has a desire to see the
state grow and the people encourage i
immigration
Likewise all want tho state devel I
oped and want more railroads built A
railroad commission therefore would 1
be like a fifth wheel to a wagon ab
solutely useless A public utilities I
measure was introduced in tho houso
early this session Today the meas
ure was killed In that body by a vote
of 27to 16
LURED TO HIS DEATH
IN SALT LAKE CITY
Salt Lake City March fThe body
of John C Barnett a palnto was I
found today in a room In a notorious
lodging houso on Commercial street
The surrounding circumstances Indi
cate that Barnett was lured ro tho
room last night robbed and then bru
tally murdered He had evidently
been beaten to death by some blunt
instrument that had cut his face niil
head so as to be almost unrecogniza
ble From all appearances he had
been bound and gagged before having
been killed
The disordered condition of the
room was evidence that ho and mltQ
a strong defense of his life hat per
sons sleeping In adjoining rooms de
clare they heard nothing except lend
talking and laughing In the room
Barnett entered the room about mid
night last night with two other men
one of whom had previously rented
the room Both thee men have dis
appeared
KARNES TUNNELER FOR DEL
VERDE TUNNEL
Last night a special stockholders
meeting of the Del Verde Tunnel Com
pany was held at the Court House In
Ogden called for the purpose ot pre
senting to the stockholders a proposi
tion from tho UTAH KiUINS TUN
NELING MACHINE CO The Del
Verde Tunnel company owns a valu
able group of mining claims part ot
which Is patented extending from tho
Ogden Canyon Road Southward for
6000 feet and lying about half a
mile Vest of the Ogden Canyon Her
mitage The Company Is now engaged
in developing Its ground with a large
tunnel for the purpose of opening up
tho ground and draining to a sulli
clent depth the veins of copper sil
ver and gold ores that traverse the
ground These veins have been qulto
extensively prospected and consider
able valuable ore extracted and large
bodies of good concentrating ore dis
covered
The Company now proposes to In
stall tho KARNS Tunneler which
cuts a tunnel eight feet in diameter
at the rate of three to five feet per
hour without blasting This wonder
ful machine has been tested out In the
Gfoot and Sfoot sizes and Is simply
astonishing With this machine tho
Company can complete 5000 feet of
tunnel In 200 days allowing for tinn
iest in possible unforseon delays and
difficulties
Tho Del Verde Tunnel Company ex
pects the hearty support of the public
spirited and business men of Ogden
many of which are already stockhold
ers in the Company as tho installa
tion of this machine in Ogden Can
yon where It Is so easily visited will
bring hundreds of men with money
into Ogdep who will visit our beau
tiful canyon and sec this extraordi
nary monster miner at work The
completion of the tunnel means a large
dividend producer right at our doors
as the revenue alono from the water
developed In the tunnel to say noth
ing of the ore bodies known to exist
along the site of the tunnel will amp
ly reward the plucky undertaking The
Company has an ample treasury with
which to finance this very creditable
undertaking The stockholders have
already made liberal subscriptions and
good support is assured from Salt
Lake City mining people who always
know a good thing when they see It
This project is worthy of the support
NAsAL CATARRH
S W Badcon Sells tho Great Remedy
That Cured Mrs Karberg
Here is a very simple yet wholly
sincere statement of a Michigan wo
man who was cured by using llyomcl
the no cure no pay remedy for ca
tarrh asthma hay lever croup coughs
and coulds
A bad caso of catarvah was cured
for me by the use of Hyomel Tho
trouble affected my head nose and
eyes and was very annoying and dis
agreeable and the cure from tho use
of Hyomel wag very gratifying Hyo
mel has from me a strong recomend
and endorsement Mre E Karberg
213 Kingsley St Ann Arbor Mich
Nov 16 1908
Thousands of just such letters arc In
existence and thousanus more would
be but for the desire to avoid pub
licity
If you have catarrah bestir yourself
and drive It out of your system Kill
the germs You con do that easily ir
you uso Hyomel pronounced Hjgh
omc
It Is a dry antiseptic and very
pleasant air tljat when Inhaled quick
ly relieves all forms of catarrhal in
flammation stops snuffles hawking
and blowing The price for a complete 1
outfit Including inhaler IH only luu l
i at S W Badcon
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500 New Shirts < t
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for Spring and Summer added to our special t 1
Shirt Sale at
65c each a 1
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See our windows then come in to enjoy the rare opportunity
KUHNS
Modern Clothes S
TELL WASH AVE
I EVERYBODY SHOP AT 2365
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of the citizens of Ogden especially
and of the state in general The slo
gan of the Company Is DEL VKUUE
THE TUNNEL THAT WILL MAKE
OGDEN FAMOUS
ALL THAT SHE CARED TO SEE
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Most Interesting Discovery One Wom
an Made by Uoe of tho Glass
I thought It was a pretty fair sort
of telescope for one that wasnt very
big said Uncle Silas I rigged It
up In tho attic by the high north win
dow and had it fixed so It would
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swing around easy I took a deal of
satisfaction in looking through It the I
sky Deemed so wide and full of won
ders so when Hester was hero I
thought Id give her the pleasure too
She stayed a long tlmo upstairs and
Boomed to bo enjoying It When she
came down I asked her If shed dis
covered anything now
Yes she says why It made
everybodys house seem BO near that
I seemed to be right beside cm and
I found out what John Prltchardo
folks are doln In their outkltchon
Ive wondered what they had a light
there for night after night and I just
turned the glass on their windows
They aro cuttln apples to dry folks
as rich as them cuttln apples
And actually that was all tho wom
an had seen With tho whole heav
ens before her to study she had spent
her time prying Into the affairs of her
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neighbors And there are Iota more
like herwith and without tele
scopes Christian Uplook
Manganese Steel
Manganese steel Is now generally
recognized as being the only suitable
material for street railway track work
where any large amount of traffic Is
to be dealt with and as Is well known
by street railway engineers this ma
terial cannot be dealt with by tho or
dinary cutting tools I e chisels
saws files etc owing to the extreme
hardness of the material
Persons whose diet is com
posed of most wholesome foods
are comparatively free from dis
ease and are active mentally and
physically
Oil PRiCE
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
FOOD
is wholesome nourishing and
cleanly Made from the whole
wheat berry 49
For sale by oil Greenes
NURSERY STOCK
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COLORADO GROWN TREES
Because your order gets our person
al attention whether evergreen or
forest ornamental or fruit tree wheth
er small fruit shrub or rose bush we
guarantee It to bo grown In Colorado
healthful wellrooted true to name
We give premiums to clubmakers We
pay freight on UO orders Agents
wanted Send for free catalog today
to
THE SCHROEDERSON NURSERY I
COMPANY
I Box 500 Lafayette COlo
I Snively Sendry
Electric Supplies
Estimates Furnished I
All work guaranteed We sol
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Phone 731 Bell I
2450 Wash Ave
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20 PER CENT REDUCTION
Monuments and Hcrdstonos
MITCHELL BROS
dont pay commissions to agents
I M but cee us Yard opposite City
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Lewis
Shoe
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Retiring From A l
BdJsiness
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Every pair of womens racna
boys girls childrens and In
fants Shoes Oxfords or Slippers
to close at way below value
Everything must go nothing re
servedIts finalIts complete i
Its our finish In tho shoo business I
in Ogden i
Stock and fixtures for sale f
YouH know tho place by tho I
yellow signs and the crowds
2343 Wash Ave
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Drugs
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It are the dearest kind I
J1 you can buy if its M I
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W with cheap articles of tIl
any kind People do i1
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f fun They by for re 1i i
w suItsso we buy and H
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IF YOU KNEW
That there was a Laundry whore your
Collars Cuffs and Shirts would always
laun
ways bo carefully and perfectly
dered
WOULDNT YOU BE
INTERESTED
Just such work can be found at our
plant as we have recently Installed
a machine to do away with the saw
edges on collar band and collars
OGDEN STEAM LAt ill R Y CO
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QUALITY COUNTS
ONLY LAUNDRY IN CITY HAVING
A WATER SOFTENER
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BROOM RESTAURANT h
REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
322 25th St I
Restaurant
Meals same price as Broom
taurant Special Dinner 25c
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 1 to S p m I
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