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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1909 air
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Take Your Pennies to
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Ogden Post Cards 1c
Salt Lake Post Cards 1c
Gold Plntod Collar Buttons 1c
Pocket Mirror 1c
Pair Heel Plates 1c
Screen Door Knobs 1c
Coat Collar Springs 1o
Three Pen Points for 1c
Roll of Tape 1c
Corset Lace 1c
Corncob Pipe 1c
Wire Egg Whip 1o
Paper of Pins Count 2SO 1c
Two Dozen Hooks and Eyes1c
Six Sheets Writing Paper 1c
Coffee Pot Knobs 1c
NIckIc Tip Lead Pencil 1c
Coat and Hat Hooks 1C
Paper Good English Noodles 1c
Tea Strainers 1c
Yard Baby Ribbon 1c
Bird Cage Springs 1c
Any Size Thimble 1c
Penholder 1c
Yard Hat Elastic 1c
Memorandum Book 1C
Sheet Colored Tissue Paper 1c
Cake Ironing Wax 1c
One Dozen Safety Pins 1c
Package Carpet Tacks 1c
Pencil Tablet 1c
Beauty Pins 1c
Erasers 1c
Slato Pencil 4 for 1c
Drawer Pulls 1c
Picture Hooks 1c
Tea Spoon 1c
Bono Crochet Hook 1c
Steel Crochet Hook 1c
Any size Carriage Bolts 1c
THE NEW YORK i
RACKET STORE
UNDERSELLS EM ALL
10 01
Good Templars will give a very
good entertainment Friday night May
7th at which there will bo a public
Installation of officers Everybody will
he welcome
All members aro urged to come and
bring their friends
Anyone Interested In our work
come and we will show you a good
time The program will be published
in this paper later In the week Watch
for It
I PROSPEROUS YEAR FOR
HARNESS RACING IN SIGHT
I
I Chicago May iTho board of ap
peals of the American Trotting associa
tion met here today A prosperous
year for harness racing Is In eight ac
cording to the members It Is esti
mated that about one million dollars
will bo distributed on the various cir
cuits this year despite the stringent
i antibetting laws In effect throughout
the country On the grand circuit
alone nearly 700000 was distributed
as the announced slakes handicaps
and futurities figure up 416000
iAN GERHADtEY RRESTED
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Spokane May 4C W Iladloy
manager of tho Idaho Railway Nav
igation company was arrested today
charged with having obtained money
J under false pretenses it Is alleged
that he sold stock In the company
falsely claiming that Maor C Her
kcrt Mooro and Superior Judge J D
Hlncklo were officers The company
proposed to operate a lino of boats on
the Snake river to connect with short
railway lines which it was to build to
Interior points near the IdahoWash
ington boundary
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SCIENTIFIC ADJUSTMENT
Of Glasses to All Forma of
Defective Vision
I Frames fitted to conform to
j tho peculiarities of the wear
ers face Thus what Is worn
j as a necessity Is at the same
time a handsome ornament
LET US ADORN
YOUR FACE
J T RUSHMER
OPTICIAN
2464 Washington Avenue
I Its the
Riverdale
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Flour
fhat is the
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FLOUR I I
on ono hand there Is your
need for Good Wholesome Bread on
t the other
I Bring tho two together
Order Peerys Crescent Flour from
t your grocer and ypu will have Better
i Bread and More Of It than ever be
fore 7fi for yourself and see U It Isnt
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 58
Bell Phone two rIngs No 56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 56
Bell Phons one ringNo 05
RANDOM
REfERENCES
You know and we all know that
W L Douglas 350 and 5100 shoes
are better than any 500 and 600
shoes of any other make For sale
at Tho Palace Good Clothes Store
2SO 25th street
Returned From Honeymoon Trip
Mr and Mrs Raymond Smith have
returned from a thirty days wedding
tour on the Pacific coast They will
make their home in Ogden Mr
Smith Is connected with the Wells
Fargo Express company
EZMoney KellyMoney to loan on
Any good real estate Gco J Kelly
COALRock Sprlnps Castle Gate
mid Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
153 West 27th SL Phones 1074
Looking for rll < tchR B Jackson is
In the city with Jack Ryan a bantam
weight fighter who weighs only 115
pounds whom ho Is willing to match
against any lad in the world of the
seine size Jackson claims that young
Ryan has a record in pugdom ho has
lag been given a decision over Jimmy
Allen in California
STORAGE at rc = fcoioniw rates to
good brick building It you need any
room consult John Scuwcroft 8 Sons
Company
Rock Springs Kcminerer Castle
Grto Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
Commenced Civil ActlonCarl C
Rasmussen receiver for the Superior
Brick Tile and Milling company has
commenced a civil action In the dls
net court against David C Lawson
ho secretary and treasurer of the
aforesaid company and others asking
for an accounting on certain moneys
ccclvcd from the alleged sale of cer
ain property amounting to 371690
Peerless Sodas are better and fresh
er Made in Ogden
Kodak FinishingTHpp Studio 340 25th
Funeral for Daniel MurrayThe
funeral services over the remains of
Daniel A Murray will be held at the
family residence No 2721 Grant ae
nue Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock
FrIends wishing to see him In his cas
ket may call at the residence any time
from 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon
until the hour of the funeral
Advertisers muse nave their copy for
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore the day on which tho advertise
nent Is to appear In order to insuro
publication
Hazel Thomas Asks for Divorce
For alleged failure to provide Hazel
Thomas has commenced divorce pro
ceedings against Roland M Thomas
The complaint alleges that the parties
were married at Salt Lake August 15
907 and that since February 25 190S
the defendant has absented himself
from his family and failed to provide
for them There Is one child the is
sue of life marriage Harold Stewart
Thomas Mrs Thomas asks for a di
vorce the custody of the child and
general relief
Have you been io see our new spring
line of W L Douglas shoes and oxfords
fords at 360 and 400 The Palace
280 25th St
Petition for Letters of Admlnistr
tlonIn the matter of the estate of
Charles L Buschman deceased Jos
eph E Evans jcsterday petitioned the
district court for letters of adminis
tration The petition alleges that the
deceased died intestate May 17 1906
at St Louis Mo The estate Is val
ued at 2500 In real estate In Ogden
ity and Weber county Tho heirs
named arc Dora BuBchmau the wid
ow and Louis J William Charles
Cora and Ida Buschman the children
Elk CoalNo soot no rocks no
clinkers The family coal John Farr
phone 27
SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
WOMEN WANT FOOD CLEANER
They Write Butchers and Grocers Ask
ing for Screen on Displays
Salt Lake May 1The women of
the city aro determined to keep at It
In the endeavor to improve the food
conditions of Salt Lake City Tho pure
food committee of the Womans league
consisting of Mrs Tom D Pitt Mrs
Brooks Mrs H S Myton and Mrs S
EwIng has went tho following commu
nication to the Butchers and Grocers
association
To Butchers and Grocers associa
tion Following tho instructions of
the Womans league an organization
of 200 representative of our city I sub
mit the following requests
In view of the fact of the approach
ing lime for the housefly and other
germcarrying Insects wo ask you to
further request every grocer and
butcher member of your association
to place under glass or screen cover
as much as possible all foodstuffs
which would bo liable to become until
and unsanitary for use by exposure
to dust flics and dogs
While this may cause some small ex
pense tho value In a few years to tho
health of our citizens by living In a
pure food city cannot bo estimated
in dollars and cents Rccpcctfullj
submitted MRS TOM D PITT
Chairman Puro Food Committee
DEATH OF EDWARD RICHARDS
Well Known Mining Man Succumbs to
Attack of Vertigo
Salt Lake May 4 Edward Rich
ards a mining man died from a fatal
attack of vertigo leaving a wife and
three children CharleS B Richards of
the American SraeUngy Refining
company Mre Parker the wife of Cap
lain Samuel Parkor now at West
Point and Miss Gertrude Richards
Mr Richards was a native of New
York state 65 years old coming to the
far west as a young man and engaged
in mining In Colorado Nevada and
Utah He was a Salt Juan county
Colo pioneer and has spent much
time In travel with his family The
Interment will be nt Denver
MODERN WOODMEN
HOLD CELEBRATION
Head Consul Talbct Is Present and
Given a Warm Reception
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Salt Lake May 5Tho fraternal
spirit of the members of tho Modern
Woodmen of America was exemplified
Tuesday evening when they formed
to escort their head consul A R Tal
bot through the streets of tho city
with their large parade More than
COO members of the organization were
In the line of march which was view
ed by the crowds of people who
thronged the sidewalks at S oclock I
Tuesday evening to witness the spec
tacle
The first division of the parade
formed on Postofilce place facing east
and was headed by Lieut J llempel
and a platoon of police and followed
by the ladles G A R band of twenty
one members After these came the
automobiles three In number the first
of which contained Head Consul A R
Talbot Judge Gegrgo Armstrong F
B Stephens Mayor Bransford and
President W J Halloran of the Com
mercial club In the second automobile
were Officials Ramoy Klugo Howe
and Bott of tho Modern Woodmen
and F W McEwcn the hypnotist who
lr a member of the order In the
third automobile wore the officials of
the Ogden cojnps and this was fol
lowed by the state banner and the
degree team and members of the Og
den camp
The second division was composed
of carriages filled with the officers of
the Royal Neighbor camps which
were followed by automobiles bearing
the teams of tho Royal Neighbor
camps and more carriages filled with I
members of the Royal Neighbor
camps Then came the visiting mem
bers of the Modern Woodmen and II
those of the Royal Neighbors who
were followed in turn by the members I
of the Excelsior camp
The third division was headed by I
Helds band which marched In front
of the members of the Excelsior camp
tho Banner Great Salt Lake camp
the team of the Great Salt Lake camp
the camp goat and tho various candi
dates who were to be Inducted Into the
order after the closo of the speech
making
TWO MORE MEMBERS
OF DIVORCE COLONY
Margaret Anderson and Allle Norris
Freed From Distasteful Bonds
Salt Lake May 5Two wives were
made members of Salt Lake Citys di
vorce colony In lie third district court
Tuesday and another made application
for membership at the some time Non
support and desertion arc tho burden
of their plaints
Margaret Anderson was granted a
divorce from C J Anderson on the
grounds of desertion given the cus
oJy of the children Bernio 8 years
old and Leona 51000 permanent
alimony payable monthly In sums of
25 each 500 attorney fees and
granted a decree compelling tho repay
ment by Anderson of 500 he borrowed
from her In two equal installments of
250 each The first Installment Is
luc Juno 1 and the second July 4 and
Mrs Anderson Is to receive 50 a
month additional for each month the
amount remains unpaid
The complaint was filed only a fow
hours before the decree was granted
Judge Armstrong granted the decree
rn the complaint Mrs Anderson sot Otit
that the marriage took place in Wis
consIn June Ii 1899 and Anderson de
serted her hero February 12 1907 Mrs
Anderson runs a lodging house here
Upon the report of Referee Howard
A King Allie NorrIs was granted a
divorce from Harvey W Norris to
whom she was married at Grafton W
Va August 12 1S9C In Judge Arm
strongs division on the grounds of
nonsupport restored to hei1 maiden
name of Carvel given the custody of
he child Carvel 10 years old and
costs
George B Creech married Gertrude
McFarlanc January 18 last took her
o a rooming house January 20 ran
away from here there January 21 with
out paying the rent or leaving her any
money and on January 25 she was
compelled to return to her mother
Mrs Creech alleges in her suit filed
Tuesday
Mrs Creech demands a divorce the
restoration of her maiden name 50 at
torne fees and costs Her complaint
was accompanied by Creechs request
for ten days time in which to an I
swer under an agreement that If he I
does not answer In that time default I
may be entered against him
SEVERAL INJURED
IN RAILROAD WRECK
Accident Occurs Near Castllla on the
Denver and Rio Grande Road
Castilla Utuh May 4A collision
occurred between the first and second
sections of train No6 easlbound
over tho Denver Rio Grande rail
road at 113 oclock thla morning
injuring three persons and giving a
number of others a sevweehaidns up
Those Injured Wore v
George Bray of Sallda Colp fire
man leg broken
Miss Lizzie Arnsperger Palisades
Coo back slightly hurt
Mrs W M Pfoulz Denver Colo
left arm and nose broken
Engineer C O Dickerman of Ogden
was slightly bruised The Injuries of
the two passengers were but slight
but those to the fireman wore of a
more serious nature Bray was
brought to Salt Lake City and takoa
to St Marks hospital
The collision was due to the air
brakes on the first section refusing to
operate The section was In charge of
Conductor Gleaeon and Engineer Bris
rape = Nuts
FOOD
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Does Things
builds brain brawn and bone
II THERES A REASON
f coc The flagman was recalled when 1
I the section was ready lo pull out and I
this was the signal for the second sec
tion to follow However owing to tho
air brakes slicking the first section
did not Immediately pull out and as a
result the second section crashed Into
It The Pullman on the roar end of
the first section in which tho two in I
jured passengers were riding was bad
ly damaged but the engine on the
second section sustained practically
no damage at all
BOYD PARK BUYS
AUERBACH BLOCK
Big Deal Is Consummated in the
Heart of the Business District
Salt Lake May 5The biggest deal
that has taken place In Main street
property for some time past was
brought to a successful conclusion
Tuesday afternoon when Boyd Park I
tho ploneor jeweler purchased from
Samuel II Auerbach the fivestory
structure known as the Auorhach
building at 16266 South Main street
Mr Park declines to stale the pur
chase price but the bestInformed
real estate mon In the city place the
value of tho ground at not less than
3000 a front foot and the building at
50000 As the frontage on Main
street Is fortythree feet It can read
ily he estimated that approximately
179000 changed hands when Mr Park
became the owner of the building
AUDITORIUM SALE
Tho Ogden Auditorium which has
proven one of the best moneymaking
propositions in the city will be of
fered for sale for thirty days If not
sold within that time other arrange
ments will be made for the future of
the Auditorium The building stands
on leased groundlease has seven
years and four months to run rot
the lease Is made In three sections
first period expires September 15
1909 second period expires Septem
ber 15 1911 third period expires
September 15 1916 The owners re
serve the right to remove any and all
buildings at the expiration of any of
the above periods at their option
The Auditorium originally cost Eigh
teen Thousand Dollars It was
slightly damaged by fire a few weeks
ago but can bo put in shape for op
eration with very little expense Four
thousand dollars cash will buy the
building and contents Mr OMara
the present manager finds It impos
sible with his many other Interests
to give this building the attention it
dcsjrves Further particulars may
be had by addressing
PHIL S OMARA
Salt Lake City
SHERIFFS SALE
In the District Court In and for the
County of Weber and State of Utah
A P IIIBBS Plaintiff
vs
P A ISAACSON Defendant
To be sold at Sheriffs Sale on Wed
nesday the 12th day of May A D
1909 at twelve oclock noon on said
day at the front door of the Wooer
County Court House in Ogden City
Weber County Utah the following de
scribed property towlt
A part of Lot Eight 8 Block Thir
tyEight 38 Plat A of Ogden City
Survey beginning at a point 171 feet
South from the Northeast comer of
said Lot and running thence South
156 feet more or less to the South c
east corner of said Lot thence West
70 feet thence North 156 feet more
or less to a pont West from the place
of beginning thence East 70 feet to
the place of beginning Together with
a rightofway over the following de
scribed part of said Lot Beginning at
the Northeast corner of said Lot o and
running thence South 174 feat thence
West 132 feet thence North 17 feet
thence East 122 feet thence Noith
157 feet thence East 10 feet olhc
puce of beginning situated in the
Southeast quarter of Section 9r town
ship 6 North Range Ono West Salt
Lake Meridian U S Survey In the
County of Weber and State of Lftuh
Dated at Ogden City Welnv Coun
ty Utah this 21st day of April 1H09
B B WILSON Sheriff
By Carl Allison Deputy Shurilf
Itching torturing skin eruptions
disfigure annoy drive one wild Doans
Ointment brings quick relief and last
ing cures Fifty cents at any drug
store
LETTER LIST
List of letters remaining in the Post
office at Ogden Utah which If not
called for In two weeks will bo sent
to the Dead letter Office
Gentlemens List
Andrews James Marimota R
Afford Ben Miller C E
Anderson A C Mahr H
Avgcrls John McGlnnan H
Barnes Son Miller Jack
Barnett David Moore Joseph
Bull C Mukal K
Bunch Geo W Miller Allen
Brown M May M F
Buffamanto M Menichcttl Pllado
Cross Grant Pendlcton C S
Chadwick Ernest Pinkham E D
Cook J 1 Richardson M C
Clark W D Rocdcr John A
Combe rm Raab Rudolph
Dteton Mr Shaw Frank
Duncan Frank Streeter E B
Daniels Sam Sturgis J F
Euel Robert Sullivan T A
Eavans Tim Starkey G F
Francis W J Thesler Cornlose
Furgeaon J W C A
Graves Will Thorp G M
Hacfner Ch Vrooman E A
Hardy Don Carlos Wahlberg J S
Hammond H J Welsh J
Hall Maltisa Western Pacific
Hutchin Will Ry
Haslett Robert Wllley John
Hanley Wm Whltakcr W
Johnson Edward Zakado Zeron
Klee Henry 2982 Wash ave
Long Hard 278 25th street
LeavItt James Grcekmnn
Lyon WallaceLadles
Ladles List
Anderson Miss Mary
Dena Jones Miss
Aldrich Mrs H S Stella
Baird Mrs Lot Jones Mrs R L
tie Larson Mrs
Cooper Miss Cal Laura
lie Labell Mrs May
I
Clark Mrs Min Mills Miss Laura
nlc W
Campbell Mrs S May Mrs M F
Franklin Mrs F Rice Mrs Ella
F Mrs Reed Mrs R
Vivian Stock Mrs Ford
Harris Miss Taylor Mrs Haud
Grace Wadsworth Miss
Ilules Mrs Corn
Knight Ward Mrs C
Henderson Mies
Papers and Packages
Duncan Frank Mannlra J
I L W SHURTLIFF Postmaster
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
r SALT LAKE IS
DEFEATED
BY ELENA
LARGE CROWD SEES THE OPEN
ING GAME OF LEAGUE
Loose Playing on Both Sides and
Much Hitting Final Score 9 to 6
In Favor of Helena
The largest crowd of the season
turned out to see the opening game ho
wean Helena and Salt Lake of the In
tormountain Baseball league played at
the Walker field Tuesday afternoon
which was won by Helena 9 to 6 May
or Bransford pitched the first ball over
the plate to Charlie Griffin an exNa
tional League player and former man
ager of the Salt Lake team Over 3000
spectators cheered tho mayor as ho
walked out on the diamond
The game Itself provcJ a poor exhibi
tion of the national game Errors were
a common occurrence and at critical
times the players seemed to fly up in
the air Not any of the men on either
team showed form probably due to the
opening contest In which every play
er was keyed up to a high pitch and
anxious to win Helena tried In every
I way to give Salt Lake the game but
Farnsworths colts refused to take the
honor
The fielders got all the work they
wore looking for The pitchers icro
hit hard In fact every man on the
Helena team secured one or more put
outs Tent five Oyballs were
caught during the game and seven two
base hits were made during the game
Salt Lakes infield went to pieces
which lost the game for the local boys
Tho tabulated score was as follows
HELENA
AB R H PO A E
Stls Ib 1 2 2 11 0 0
Weesler 2b 5 1 1 2 5 1
Morse 3b 5 1 2 2 2 1
Irbrf 4 f 0 3 0 0
C Thomas c 4 2 3 3 1 0
Kelly If 5 1 0 1 0 0
Murray cf 3 1 1 3 0 0
Smith ss 4 0 1 1 2 2
Johnson p 2 0 0 1 2 0
Total 36 9 10 27 12 4
SALT LAKE
AB R > H PO A E
Sturgeon 5 2 2 0 1 0
Hammond cf 4 0 0 4 0 0
Head ss 4 1 2 1 1 5
Lussi Ib 4 0 1 3 2 2
Whalen c 3 1 1 9 2 0
Mcintosh If 4 0 1 5 0 0
Corbin 3h 4 0 0 3 1 1
Flick 2b 4 1 2 0 1 0
Walls p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Hunt p 3 1 0 2 1 1
Total 3G 6 9 27 10 9
Score by Innings
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Henena 021011010 9
Salt Lake 010040100
R HE
Helena 9 10 4
Salt Lake C 9 9
PROCEEDINGS AGAINST
HEINZE DISMISSED
Now York May Proceedings in
bankruptcy against the firm of Otto
Helne Co slock brokers which
wont into the hands of a receiver
during the panic of 1907 will be dis
missed if the report of a special mast
or in the case of that firm is con 1
firmed by the United States district
court
Nathaniel S Smith the master re
ported that there was no proof to
show that the firm was Insolvent or
that acts bankruptcy had been com
mitted
Counsel for Hclnzo Co stated
today that the total indebtedness of
the firm at the time the petition was
filed was about 4500000 and that
onehalf ot it has already been paid I
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
O 0
O PENITENTIARY IN FLAMES 0
O 0
O Salem Ore May IThe 0
O foundry of tho state penitent 0
O try caught fire at 11 oclock 0
O night The prison Is nearly two 0
O miles from this city and judg 0
O Ing from the brilliance of the 0
O flames tho foundry was des 0
O troyed Neltherthe prison nor 0
O tho Insane asylum will answer 0
O the telephone calls and a horse 0
O and buggy Is the sole means 0
O of communication The foundry 0
O Is about 200 feet from the other 0
O buildings and the wind Is 0
O blowing from them toward tho 0
O fire There does not appear 0
O to be any Immediate danger 0
O that the other buildings will 0
O catch fire There are 400 con 0
O nets In the prison 0
O 0
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
The Bad
Effects of
ONSTIPATION
Impure Blood offensive breath
heavy head shortness of
breath bilious attacks fitful
sleep loss appetite feverish
conditions all come from one
causeConstipation
The Good
Effects of
BEECHAMS
I PILLS
remedy these conditions be
cause they remove the cause
They start the bowels work
the liver sweeten the breath
cleanse the blood tone the
stomach clear the head im
prove the appetite and bring
restful sleep
The oldest and best correct
ive medicine before the public
is Becchams Pills
Bold Ev f ywbtre U bot iScva4Lc
HEAVY WIND
ON TilE
LAKE
i
I SENDS WAVES ROLLING OVER
THE RAILROAD TRACKS
Six Work Trains Kept Busy Dumping
Rock Into the Water to Protect
the Embankment
A heavy and continuous north wind
across the lake during the past twenty
four hours has sent enormous waves
oiling over the Southern Pacific
tracks on the cutoff and considerable
damage has resulted to grades and 1111
Ings on either side of Bagley station
Six construction trains and a large
force of men arc kept busy lumping
hundreds of tons of rock at more ox
posed points across the lake and tho
damages resulting from the great
waves aro being repaired as quickly as
possible
Train service has not yet been seri
ously Interfered with and Superin
tendent Manson Resident Engineer
Fitzgerald and other Southern Pacific
ofllcials loft for Lakeside on a special
train at 10 oclock this morning to size
up tho situation and to take such pre
cautionary measures as may he neces
sary to protect the tracks from the
waves
DEAD OF THE
RIO fiRANDE
HERE
DISTINGUISHED PARTY OF OFFI
CIALS SEE THE CITY
I
C H Schlacks W S Martin A S
Hughes E R Murphy and Others
Inspect the Local Property
VlcelPresldcnt C H Schlacks As
sistant General Manager S Martin
General Traffic Manager A S Hughes
General Superintendent J C Dailey
General Auditor E R Murphy Di
vision Superintendent Apperson Mas
ter Mechanic Powell and several other
prominent Rio Grande officials also
Assistant General Freight Agent So V
Derrah of the Western Pacific arrived
In Ogden on a special strain from the
south at S oclock this morning and
wore met at the Union passenger de
pot by Local Agent A J Cronin and
other ofilcials of that system The vis
I tors were escorted to Twentyfourth
street and made a thorough inspection
of the site selected for the new Rio
Granlo depot to bd erected In Ogden
during the present summer
The members of the party were es
corted to the Weber club and enter
tained in an Informal manner by Presi
dent Hey wood Secretary Reynolds and
other members of the club The party
later called on the president of the
FourState fair antI were In confer
once some time
The special train composed of two
private cars of the Gould system left
for the south again at 11 oclock
VlccPrcsldcnt Schlacks and his staff
expressed themselves as well pleased
with the result of their trip of inspec
tion and with the cordial and kindly
reception accorded them during their
comparatlvel brief sojourn in the city
BIG CROWD
CHEERED
WllDt Y
Daring Frenchman Drove
Mile in f ifty = Six Seconds
Won 100 Mile Race
J
Montgomery May 4Agrcat crowd
of motor enthusiasts cheered wildly
today as Louis Chevrolet the daring
Frenchman of tho Bulck team drove a
mile In 56 seconds flat with a 30
I
horsepower car over the mile track at
tho fairgrounds
Ire won the 100 mile race easily
going the distance In 126 minutes aft
er having tire trouble at several Junc
tions George Dewltt was the star of
tho day The Jacksonville mombor of
the Buick team won threo races the
only other event of tho day not being
opon to him
Official summaries
Motorcycle handicap five miles
Robert Stubbs scratch Indiana won
W L Peacock 38 mile Yale second
Time 664 25 I
Cars listing 1000 and under live I
miles Goorgo DoWltt Buick won
Oscar Norman Buick second Hern
don Buick 22 third Time 653 35
Cars listing 2000 and under five
milesDeWitt Buick 22 won Cowell
ChalmersDetroit second Norman
Buick 22 third Time 510 25
Free for all stock cars handicap flvo
miles standing start DeWItt Bulck
22 R sccondn won Cowoll Chalmers
Dortolt 30 10 seconds Norman BulcTc
22 12 seconds third Time 66G 35
Froo for all slock cars 100 miles
Chevrolet Buick 30 won DoWltt
Buick 22 second Time 2 hours and
6 minutes
Exhibition mile won hr Chevrolet
56 seconds
SMELTING CO BANKRUPT
Spokane May President J Her
bert Anderson has filed a petition In
bankruptcy for the Idaho Smelting
Refining company Ha charges that
a Montana millionaire became inter
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Womens
Tailor Made
UI oS S
Way Under
Price
Here is a stock of suits for women so rich in variety and BO
filled with the charm of soft color and soft linings that their
character their sterling tailoring their unusual finishing are
almost forgotten in sheer delight of their beauty
It is not boasting to say that nowhere outside of this store
in Ogdcn can richer suits be found and nowhere in Ogdon City
can suits of such cloth lined with such silks let alone their
charm and individuality be found uuder half again as much
We do not promise you extraordinary suits for 1175
though we have better suits for this price than you will find
elsewhere at 1500 But at 1575 there are suits equal in
tailoring to any in the city of Ogdcn and for sale nowhere un
der 2500 At 2500 we have suits that can not be matched
under 4000 yet we arc conservative Prom these prices they
go steadily up to 7500
We believe that we can suit any woman who comes here
expecting an exquisite piece of tailoring made of the rich
cloths rarely seen outside of extravagantly costly tailor shops
S I BURT BROS
242924312433 WASHINGTON AVE
y
Conservative
S yles
free from the freak fads and
the extreme touches that spoil
so much otherwise good cloth
ing designed for mature men
r I
HAND A1LORED
arc distinguishable for the
elegance of their patterns and
the hon sty of their craftsman
ship and the man who demands
the highest attainment of the
tailors art looks to this storo
for their procurement
Suits 18 20 23 25 and up
Cirv IVES tn CO
Correct Clothes for Men
Broom Hotel Corner
Danderinel orkQlTondcn produces
hair just as surely as rain
nod sunshine raises crops It produces a thick
growth of luxuriant hair when all other reme
dies fall Wo iruaranteo Danderlno All drug
gists soil 1tlG Me and SI per bottle To
provo its north tend this ad with Zoo In ttamps
or silver and TCO will mall you a largo frco
ample KflOWLTON DANDEIUNK CO
Chicago ill
Il
ested In tho company for the solo
purpose of wrecking It defrauding the
creditors and buying tho smelter at
Sand Point at a nominal figure sup
posedly for the smelting trust An
derson charges that the Greonoughs
threw the company Into tho handa of
receivors and secured a warrant
charging him with embezzlement sole
ly to discredit him with eastern capi
talists
YELLOW PINE RATE
INVOLVED IN COMPLAINT
i Washington May ITho cnlro
yellow pine lumber schedule of rates
wcgt of the Mississippi rlvor Is In
volved In a complaint of excessive
rates filed today with the interstate
commerce commission
Tho complaint was Instituted by the
Louisiana Central Lumber company
and thirteen other lumber manufac
turing concerns In the southern yel
Joy pine territory against the Burling
ton railroad and thirtyone other In
terstate carriers
e
Coffee
The kind thai makes the break
fast real Coffee through and
throughalways the same
Your grocer will grind It
bettor If ground at 1eno
too fine
3
Mme Yales
HAIR
TONIC
by supplying to depleted hair lack
Ing essential elements and neces
sary sustonanco
Its a colorless fragrant delight
ful hair dressing neither sticky
gritty nor greasy
That makes the hair soft fluffy
and glossy that positively con
tains no artificial coloring
and is antiseptic and bugenlc
EQUALLY PRIZED
BY MEN AND WOMEN
Cures Baldness Grayness of tho
Hair splitting oC the Hair dand
ruff and all diseases of the hair
Invigorates and gives new lifo to
the roots of the hair and produces
a luxuriant growth of beautiful hair
scalp and beard A Nursery requis
ite no mother should neglect to
use it for her boys and girls Tho
hair is made strong by Its occasion
al use j i childhood remains
steel p L against tho many dif
ferent scalp and hair diseases re
tains its vigor and youthfulness
throughout life
As beautiful hair contributes so
much to human beauty and as a
good personal appearance is both a
social and business requisite nowa
days neither man nor woman
should tolerate straggly locks bald
ness nor grayness when a mag
nificent suit of hair can be cosily
secured bv using this scientific
Hair Ftertfllzlng Specific Time Is
flying purchase n bottlo at once
Three sizes
100 50c 25c
WRIICHTS
SEEDING TIME WILL SODl
BE OYEE I
Come in and lot us nell you your
supply of scods before it Is too late
Our line IB still complete and wo can
guarantee you better seeds for lost
money than you can got elsewhere
CHARLES F GROUT
The Seed Man 362 24th St
WANT ADS BRING BIG BJJ8ULT3

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