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YS MONDAY EVENING ll O o j THE OGDEN STANDARD I CHJ519095f
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I PETALUMA
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BROODERS
Standard of the World
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The above cut Illustrates the
three sizes of PETALUMA IN
DOOR BROODERS of the very
latest design embodying those prin
ciples that have made them so ef
i ficient Standard of tho World
I with added features of ease con
I venience simplicity and economy
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March Is the month to set your
I incubator to get winter laying pul
I lets
The Petaluma Is the Incubator
that Hatches
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SERIES OF I
SERMONS i
BEfiUN
AT ° THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN II
CHURCH OF OGDEN
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MThe New Theology of the Latter
> Day Revelation of God
the Theme
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fn his sermon lnst evening in the
First Presbyterian church Rev Car
ver snid in purt
During a recent visit to Salt Lake
City It was our privilege to examine
the cabinet of ono of the most famous
mineralogists in the world To one
Interested In tho works of nature it I
was a treat Indeed rule collection
was one of the finest in tho world and
was especially rich in rare crystals
some of the most beautiful of which
had been found 1n out of the way
places and seemingly desert wastes
As he spoke concerning the newer dis
coveries in mineralogy we could but
think of the added testimony which
each new perfect crystal gave to tho
t great wisdom and foresight of God
There was a day and that at no tar
distant date whop religion was made
to appeal chiefly to the emotional side
of our natures and In many church
circles today tho appeal Is made to
the feelings and credulity of too mem
bers rather than to their mental and
reasoning faculties It is helpful to
note that with each year theology
changing and making more and more
a direct appeal to the Intellect
Emotional preaching IB being Bur
planted by intellectual argument In
the appeal for a higher and better
life There was a time too when all
I that was known of God was contained
I wiyiin the covers of this Bible today
I each science and every new advance
of scientific research is unfolding new
and added truths concerning the
wisdom and greatness of the Divine
life for whether it will or not each
new scientific book adds a new link ot
the testimony of nature to its reason
able and divine author Wo now
know enough of the wonderful per
fectness and marvelous completeness
of the world round about us to say
that no longer Is it possible to con
I ceive of its origin to have boon that
of pure chance
A recent book brings forth in a
most fascinating way tho wonderful
pcrfcctuess of common soil Such Is
the wonderful chemical afllnity of the
I elements that when the rocks were
formed various elements were d
I eli in an exact proportion There was
a purpose in this for It was from
i these rocks that tho common soil of
today was produced and so perfect
was the blending that the soil every I
where contains Just those chemical
olments essential to maintain life
I There was a day when It was thought
I that the great desert wastes were use
less but today we know that even
thero divine wisdom has left a record
of lls perfectness
Now the direct application of this
now conception of God Is that He Is a
God of reason Ho must be served in
reasonable way we can no longer I
yield to Him only the homage of the
emotions or the feelings we must
I worship Him in an Intellectual I
I He calls for tho highest of human en
dowments namoly that of our reason
it Is not enough that we sing to Him I
songs aud offer Him prayers of mere
sentimentality all wise God must
be worshiped in a way that stands
tho tests of thought
Dont think that piles cant be cur
ed Thousands of obstinate cases have
been cured by Doans Ointment 50
cents at any drug store
INTERNATIONAL CHESS 0
MASTERS TOURNAMENT ENDS
St Petersburg March HThe In
ternational chess masters tournament
which has been In progress here since
I February 15 ended today when threo
games wore decItTed They resulted
as follows
Salwe beat Cohn Chotlmlraski lost
to Perils and Tsochmann beat
Spoyor
As previously announced Dr Las
ker and A Rubensteln dovldcd first I
and second prizes while Duras aud
Spiolman divided third and fourth I
UTAH PATENTS
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Granted this week Reports by C
A Snow 8 Co Patent Attorneys
Washington D C C Canutson Elsl
noro beetblockor J E Snevoly
Salt Lake City brushmaking ma
chine For copy of any of above pat
outs send ton cents in postage stamps
with date of this paper to C A Snow
S Co Washington D C
WANT ADS BRING BIG RLSULTfcl
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THIS IS MONDAY MORNING THE SUN
t 10 IS SHINING THE DAY IS AT HAND
I WHEN YOU SHOULD HAVE ONE OF
THOSE NEW SPRING SUITS OR PRINCESS
l DRESSES WHICH WE ARE SHOWING
t J f WANT ONE DONT YOU COME IN AND
I ill l TRY ONE ON ANYWAY tt
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LABOR MEN
I PARADE IN
BOSTON
Five Thousand in Public
Demonstration Against
Wrights Decision
Boston March HAs a demonstra
tion against the sentence Imposed up
on Samuel Gompers John Mitchell and
Frank Morrison by Judge Wright in
the superior court of tho District or
Columbia more than live thousand
members of labor unions paraded here
today A Pnnuell hall audience hoard
Judgo Wright attacked for his decis
ion and a resolution declared tho
courts were biased and the laws di
rected at ono class only Judge Wright
was accused of using Intemperate and
bitter language to representatives or
organized labor and It was that ho
was not a fit person to handle the
case
Copies of the resolution were sent
to President Tart VIccProBldont
Sherman and Speaker Cannon
SALT LAKE AND 1
sty A IE NEWS
ANGRY STUDENTS
REFUSE TO LISTEN
Junior and Senior Classes of Bo Y C
Walk Out of Chapel
Logan March 13Tl1e intense fool
ing that has been aroused through
the announcement that the college
courses are to be taken from the
BrIgham Young college and that In
stitution reduced to the level of a
High school were shown yesterday
when President Isaac Smith went to
tho college to discuss the reasons
for the action As soon as he ap
peared on the rostrum the junior and
senior classes In a body got up and I
left the chapel
The members gave the explanation
that with all due respect to President
Smith they did not care to listen to
any explanations unless it came olli
clally They say they entered the
college last fall with the Issurance
that if they graduated from the Insti
tution that they were actuating
from a live school
The senior students have organized
and are ready to protest against any
Buch action of tho church board ot
education unless the action can be
satisfactorily explained The mere
announcement that the college
courses aro tobo no more at the In
stitution does not set well with the
alumni and others closely associated
with the big school
BARLOW TO STOP
REIGN OF DOPE
WIII Attempt to Have Ordinance Pass
ed to Restrlot Sale
Salt Lake March HWith the In
crease of the class of criminals who
arc known in police parlance an coko
fiends or hopheads Chief of Police
S M Barlow Is determined that some
step shall be taken to prevent tho un
restricted sale of cocaine opium mor I
phino and other narcotics used An
Investigation failed to show a law lim
iting the sale of these drugs except
as It relates tomlnors
Coke fiends are the most danger I
ous class of criminals with whom the
pollee have to contend An effort will
be mode to have a city ordinance pre
pared regulating the sale of these
durgs making it a requisite that any
person purchasing opium morphine
or cocaine must have a prescription
written by a physician
FREDERICK A SMITH
ANSWERS LAST CALL
Salt Lake March HAt tho age of
78 years Frederick A Smith one of I
tho pioneer citizens of Salt Lake pass
ed away at the family residence 22
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South Second East street at C oclock
last evening Death resulted from a
complication of diseases incident to
Mr Smiths advanced age He is sur
vived by his wlfo Mrs Annie Smith
and a brother who lives at American
Fork
Frederick A Smith was one of the I
strudy characters of the early Jays
locating In this city during the 60s
and retaining his residence here ever
since He was widely known and re
spected
WEEKS BIRTH RATE
SHOWS A DECREASE
Salt Lako March 11 According to
the report of the city board of health
for tho week ending March 12 a slight
decrease is shown In tho birth rate
while the death rate remains the same
There were reported 48 births 27
males and 21 females The death
record shows 32 17 being males and
15 females
Contagious diseases show a slight
decrease being CO cases against 07
for the precious week The contagion
Is divided as follows 20 cases of
small pox 10 whooping cough 2 pneu
monia and 4 chickenpox
There were reported 36 houses un
dor quarantine of smallpox 13 on ac
count of scarlet fever and 6 on account
of diphtheria
MAN IS STRICKEN
WHILE AT CHURCH
C R Flemmlng Has an Attack at First
Presbyterian Morning Service
Salt Lake March 15Aftor listening
to a uormon on tho Resurrection
by the Rev William M Paden at the
First Presbyterian church Sunday
morning a welldressed man named
C R Flemmlng supposed from
rail
way tickets and other things found on
his person to be traveling through
this city en route to Kansas City was
stricken in a peculiar manner He
listened Intently to tho sermon but
when tho service was over ho failed
to leave the auditorium This attract
ed tho attention of some of the people 1
connected with the church who Imme
diately began an investigation
When he was asked If there was
anything tho matter Flommlng did not
speak but got up and walked out
However he returned again In a few
minutes and occupied tho same seat
The police headquarters was then
communicated with concerning the
strange actions of the man who it was
then believed was In some kind of n
trance Patrolman McMartln went to
the church and took the man to the
police station He walked from the
church perfectly without apparent ef
fort but did not speak
When Flemming was taken to police
headquarter he was searched and up
on his person were found calling cards
bearing his name a railway ticket
from Texas to Kansas City an East
First South street car transfer sev
eral days old and a little looso money
He wan taken to the Emergency hos
pital whero ho fell into a deep sleep
I Dr Steele awaukcned him a little
later but although ho appeared to
possess all his faculties he did not
speak Tho doctors told him he could
lie down again and rest upon which
he once more fell asleep
Flcmmlngs sleep continued until
about 730 oclock when he was taken
to St Marks hospital At tho Emerg
ency hospital the doctors failed to as
certain his exact ailment but from Su
Marks hospital later in the evening
it was announced that he was suffering
from what appeared to bo partial
paralysis Dr Steele late Sunday
night said Flemmlng was suffering
from hysteria
I MINING NEWS 1 I
By Joseph S Jordan
Tho cleanup of tho last shipment of oro
from the VlhuJa lease took placo last
Monday and the amalgam was retorted
Tuesday It Is expected that tho run will
surpass any that has yet been made from
this remarkable lease Several hundred
pounds were shipped away from hero
last week the returns from which are
bald to bu In the neighborhood of J fO n
pound On the heels of tho Wlhujaa
cleanup comes a shipment from the Har
ris lease of the Seven Troughs Florence
the run on which will commence within
the noxt few days Teams carrying this
ore have been pausing1 through the town
during tho last two days and some of
tho ore which has been snaked from the
wagons Is simply picture rock
This Is tho shipment from the Flor
ence and the cleanup will be awaited
with Interest tZ1C who are familiar
with the mine and Itsunderground work
Ings declare the shipment will not go
lens than 100 a ton More conservative
estimates place the values at between
WJ and JCO a ton The lease Is located
on tho Falrvlew ground from which some
of the mom beautiful high grade has
been taken Tho first shipment of the
Falrvlew to the fW nderBnrten mill was
run through In advance of that of the
Wlhuja It amounted to H2 tons and
when the cleanup Avas made It was esti
mated that It was worth J140CO Now
news Is received that It went as high as
S160W This return In the more remarkable
I
able from the fact that 70 tons of tho
shipment were taken from the dump the
rest coming from tho various levels or
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the mine
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Tho Badger Hill mill on tho English
George lease had Another weekly clean
up resulting In something over 600 ounces
which approximated JlSOO The result In
this mill are getting better each week
I In tho big tunnel on the lease there arc
now 100 tons of ore broken down > and
thero arc 600 tone In sight
The Reagan lease continues to pour
out Its ore and the teams are packing
the rock to tho mill of the Mozunm Hills
where tho stamps continually are drip
ping on It The shipment promises to be
the best that nan yet como from the
mine and the stories of the hlghgrado
strike at the SCO level are still the talk of
tho district
l he new Reagan lease on the Wild Bull
In Wild Horse canyon Is Improving In
Its showings every day and It Is tho be
lief of every ono In tho camp that Rea
gan will duplicate his luck on the orig
inal Icaso In the Mazuma Hills Tho shaft
Is down 110 feet and In the north drift
a shoot of ore has been opened which
IB three feet In width carrying values all
the way There li a tenInch streak
which goes bettor than 100 a ton and
the panning arc something Immense the
gold being the coarsest which has yet
boon found in the camp
The Farroll end of the district beyond
Wild Horse Is looking up In great shape
The Seven Troughs Caexar In particular
Is now doing work which will tell tho
story for that end of the Seven Troughs
They are In about 70 feet In a tunnel I
which la to bo driven 7CO feet In the hill
cutting three known veins on one of
which they have got some very rich high
grade when the tunnel la completed the
mine will hays a depth of 359 feet and
tho character of that part of the country
pretty well demonstrated
Wlnncmucca Star Very little has been
made public during tho lost six months
about the mining progress In what Is
known as the Sulphur mine section of tho
Rosebud mining district but from tho
fact that little ban been said docs not In
dicate that little has been dono Condi
tions at present arc Vory muoh to the
contrary and have been ao all winter
I
Upon the Durango Girl property owned
by the Tomboy crowd of Colorado three
sets of leallcrg are operating with much I
vigor and enthusiasm and as long as
money continues to master the American
r The foundation of robust
health is what is allowed to enter
the mouth The more simple
the diet the more perfect the
hen
henPRICES
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
FOOD
is plain pure and wholesome
easily digested prevents con
stipation M
For salo by all Grocer
people these men are surely justified In
working In a mental state of high ten
sion Thero Is not one of them that hUH
ailed to extract from twentyfive to ono
hundred pounds of oro each day for the
last six month that will average from
50 cents to JX per pound In silver The
silver In a chloride Dome pieces of which
I are so pure that they can bo bent
double
It has been the policy of the parties
operating these leases Messrs Ricks and
r Skinner Anderson and Henderson and 1
Rogers and Ellfner to say nothing and
saw wood When ten I
or twenty sacks
have been extracted It has been expressed
to a market and that return Imvo never i
run below CO cents a pound Than leas
I ers alone have taken several thousand
dollars out during this last whiter and
none of them have attained enough depth
f to mention In fact they have hardly
begun to prospect the ground
Jpon the Last Day No 1 claim Joln
ng tho Durangp Girl on the south four
sets of leasers arc busily extracting the
same hlghgrado horn silver att IB found
on the Durango Girl Tho parties oper
ating these leaves Joy and Kolley New
lands and Norris Jim Nelson and Dar
t gavel and McLeod have none of them
been working more than two months but
without an exception every ono Is at
present Hacking tho highgrade Of this
set probably Joy and Kelley have tho
best record to dale They started their
lease about the first of January and
have just sent to tho Salt Lake smelter
I
about 3000 poundn of oro that will net
them it a pound
Mr Lloyd who owns the Last Day No
1 claim It also carrying on development
work Ho also Is taking out ore It Is
almost Impossible to dig a holo live feet
deep on this property without encounter
Ing seams of almost pure horn silver
MINING NEWS OF
OFSEVEN
SEVEN TROUGHS
Kindergarten Mill Ic Still Pounding
Out Bullion for Leaoers
By J S Jordan in Star
Seven Troughs March 16Whllo
the stamps of the Kindergarten mill
of the Seven Troughs Coalition are
hammering on the ore from the Har
ris lease on the Falrvlew the famous
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Wihuja lease on the Therein Is get
ting ready another shipment for the
mill For the pas few days there has
been nothing but ore coming out ot
the Wlhuja fro mthe 375foot level
Yesterday at this level they encoun
tered another bunch of highgrade of
tho same character that they have
been taking out of the level and or
which they shipped away several hun
dred pounds to the mint which went
not leas than 22 a pound and one of
which sealed as highgrade as 60
a pound The last cleanup of the
WIhuja amounted to only 61 tons for I
the reason that the Harris lease want
ed to put through its initial run more
as a test than otherwise The clean
up of the Harris will be ready In not
to exceed a week when the next run
of the Wlhuja will take place The
last run of the Wlhuja amounted to
7500 or an average of 123 a ton
If the run of the Harris lease docs
half as well as this there will be no
fault to find but those who know the
ore and who have been down In the
mine are confident that it will go much
higher I
A strike was made on the Badger
Hill yesterday the extent of which has
not yet been determined but the ore
that Is being taken out at the present
time assays all through 40 a ton and
three feet of this stuff has been open
ed up In the upper tunnel of the Eng
lish George lease on the Fine Gold
property on the hill
A hoist has just been completed on
the Reagnn lease of the Wild Bull
and as soon as this Is In running or
der they ylll begin taking up the ore
from the rich find at die 110 level for
shipment to one of the mills The
showing here continuos to look as well
as ever and there are two feet which
will break 80 a ton It would not
only be like Paddy Igaris good luck
to duplicate his success lu the tlrst
Reagan lease on the Mazuma Hills it
would be another tribute to his knowl
edge of mining and the ground that
makes mines
EITHER PROTECTION OR FREE
TRADE DECLARES WHITMAN
I Washington March 15 Declaring
that there la no middle ground that
either protection or free trade must
rule this country William Whitman
president of the National Association
ot Wool Manufacturers m a letter to
the tariff framers of congress replies
to the arguments of the advocates or
a tariff commission
The very nature of the tariff prob
lem he says Is imperatively formed
by partisan or nonpartisan considera
tion and the only way In which the
tariff can be taken out of politics is by
setling the tariff question as we have
apparently settled the gold standard
question and that Is by defeating the
free trade party so overwhelmingly at
tho polls that it will have to do as
the free silver party has done and
abandon Its cause as a hopeless fraud
and delusion condemned and abhorred
by the American people
A permanent tariff commission
anxious to justify existence by in
cessant activity he says would be a
veritable plague to the countrys busi
ness President Taft is right In de
claring that we can have no full pros
perity until the present tariff revision
Is completed and after that is done
what the business of the country wants
is absolute rest for at least sen years
from the tariff agitation
GOVERNOR AND MRS WILLSON
NARROWLY ESCAPE DEATH
Frankfort Ky March 15 Cow and
Mrs Willaon and their guests Mr and
Mr Robert M Lyman of New Yotk I
narrowly escaped death when the
horses attached to Governor Wllleons
carriage ran away late yesterday Mr
Wlllson was rendered unconscious two
of her front tooth were broken and her
left wrist fractured Governor Willson
was bruised In many parts of his body
and Mr Lymauo face was cut Mrs
Lymoa was unhuit
UNCLE SAM IS A VERY
POOR REAL ESTATE AGENT
San Francisco March 15That
Uncle Sam would make a very poor
real estate agent Is Indicated by the
advertisement for the lease of Santa
Barbara Island which the government
has just Issued In the bald state
ment of the attractions of the little
island of the coast of California no
attempt Is trade to gloss over Its I
many drawbacks as a place of resi
t
Spring Creations k
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The most attract
tive patterns and
A Y the finest exhibition
of artistic Clothing
b
buildingexperienced
I in the fortyone
years of our bust
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1 ness career now
I ready for your in
spection
I ea pparcl
H We have all the
I accessories to com
I plete the sartorial wants of the refined
I wellgroomed gentleman It is now pos
i sible for Ogden men and young men to
I appear in New York City attire In all
occasions
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KUHNS
Modern Clothes
TELL WASH ATE
I EVERYBODY SHOP AT 2996
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denco The advertisement ot a re
quest for bids In all Its brutal frank
ness roads as follows
The island Is about forty miles
from the mainland Is about ono and
onehalf miles long and one mile wide II
The Pacific Coast Pllof states that
thero is no water on the inland and I
no grass but plenty of prickly pear
and shrubs The island rises to an
elevation of 647 foot Landing is at
all times difficult and can be effected
at only two places Tho anchorage Is
in eight fathoms of water with clean
sandy bottom but no good holding
ground I
UTAH WILL BE REPRESENTED
AT THE IRRIGATION CONGRESS
Spokane Wash March 16Utah
will be represented at the National Ir
rigation congress in Spokane August
0 to 14 notwithstanding the fact that
the Grand Army of the Republic will
have its national encampment in Salt
Lake Sity at the same time I
United States Senator George Suth
erland of Utah chairman of the com I
mittee on industrial expositions con
veys this information in a letter writ
ten at Washington D C to H In
singer chairman of the local board ot
control adding
The various irrigation companies
and Industrial associations are very
much interested In the coming con
gress and notwithstanding the coun
terattraction at Salt Lake City you
may expect the usual strong and en
thusiatstic delegation which Utah al
ways sends to the National Irrigation
congress
ROOSEVELT ARRANGING FOR
TWO YEARS ABSENCE ABROAD
Oyster Bay N Y March 15Ex
President Roosevelt Is arranging his
affairs for at least two years absence
abroad it was announced yesterday
i This time will be passed In Africa and
I Europe
Mrs Roosevelt Is busy la preparing
I for his tour His duties an a maga
I zine editor will take him to Now York
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t 20 PER CENT REDUCTION
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Monument and Heedrtonci
MITCHELL BROS
dont pay commlafllonB to Afltnii
but seo us Yard oppoiltg City
Cemetery
Lamar Nelson Henry O Rest
President Soc it Treaa
JUNOTION OITY
INVESTMENT COMPANY
Incorporated
Real Estate Loans Jnveetnieotsi
200 Bcclea Building
Ogden Utah I
several times during the wee k aJ
there ho will bo busy dictating artkji
for publication It Its expect sly
that during the week tho SmJtbsot > tea
members of the expedition will com
to Oyster Bay for a final conference
ABBOTTS DESCRIPTION
OF THE IDEAL WOMAN
i Now York March 16Dr Lyons
Abbott says that the ideal woman I
must not change her styles at the dictation
I
tation of Paris nor should she allo
herself to become the servant of the I
milliner and dressmaker In an ad
dress last night at the Central Cm
gregational church In Brooklyn fcs
said
A womans idea of modern IndcJ
try fs playing bridge whist mornlK
mid night Her Idea of modern life II
to be supported by some one else
The ideal woman does not constor
work unwomanly She believes tttf
whatever concerns her husband coo
corns her If the ideal womans family
finds fault with her cooking she doei
not blame the cooking She blame
the food and changes It
Woman was meant to be mini
companion and If the idea were prof
erly carried out thero would be B1
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