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6 t THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SA1URD Ay MAY 15 190S e
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TYTE handle only such Collars
w and Cuffs as we arc sure
ofwe know the Maker
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We have Collars at 25c each
The or two for 25c
I Other Stores sell I Collars
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thats the test that tells the
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story
Cuffs 25 cents I
As good as our Collars
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We keep full lines of all the
popular styles and every new
thing in Collars and Cuffs is
always to be found here
Fred M Nye
Company
2413 WasH Ave
SPECIAL SALE
PRiCES
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SUITS
We Lover carry suits from
one season to another preer
ing to clean up and so doing
give our customers the advan
tage of sale prices In season
The suite in this sale are our
entire stock of highgrade suits
1600 suits I502100 suits
1750 Sale prices on all tho
two and thrcoplecc suits
SPECIAL SALE OF FINE
MILLINERY
TIIEMMWYKESCO
2335 Washington Ave
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REFERENCES
H P Henderoon Seriously IIJH
i H Henderson was called to Salt LaUe
this morning where his uncle Judge
H P Henderson is ill with pneu
monia and In a dangerous condition
You may not believe It but Its true
that we give a Hammock freo with
each pound of Baking Powder at 50c
Grand Union Tea Store 2436 Washing
ton Ave
Pascs to Fair Ground 9tock
holder passes are good at the raco
track but must not be misused Gate
keepers will take up all passes pre
sented by other than rightful owners
Each pass IB good for only stocklfjld
er and lady
Just arrived another shipment or
DeNatured Alcohol going at 100 a
gallon at Geo A Lowe Cos
False AlarmsA false alarm at the
gas plant last evening called the fire
men from station No 1 in double
quick run False fire alarms are al
together too frequent in tao cfty Chic
Paine says that he would like to be
able to solve the problem of putting
a stop to these abuses
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Just arrived another shipment of
DeNatured Alcohol going at 100 a
gallon at Geo A Lowe COs
Were Here on a VlsSt John Mar
wick cashier of the Provo State bank
and his wife have been visiting Og
den friends for a number of days I
They returnoi home this morning
Fresh eggs 22c dot Penchos 2 cans
for 25c Black and white cherries 15c
can Smith Grocery 2Gth Wash
Auto Trip to ProvoAn automobile
party consisting of Mr and Mrs Hor
ace Peery and Harold and Harmon
Peer started for Provo last evening
Tho party will return home today
Mrs Harold Pccry accompanying
them
Buy1 G Butter and you have
the best
Funeral Services Funeral services
over tho remains of Mrs T C Trout
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V TONIGHT is the last of J
A THE HUNTERS GRIEF i
t The greatest production P thc 1 r
1 ever issued
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DONT MISS IT
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T DOLLS RUBBER BALLS AND V
X CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN S
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T will be held Monday afternoon at 3
I oclock at the Episcopal church
Friends may view the remains be
tween the hours of 11 and 1 Monday
at the residence No 2155 Van Huron
nvenuo
See Muller for decorating wll
paper palate etc
Laying the Gas Mains The Utah
Light Railway cOmpany Is pro
gressing with its proposed extension
of gas mains throughout the city A
force of men is now engaged in re
pairing tho fourInch main aong Ute
south side of rfweill fifth street Most
of this pipe proves to be In bad con
litlon and is being replaced by new
Superintendent Decider smtcd tivit
although the two maths on Twen y
fifth street arc moro than enough to
supply all subscribers upon that
street the present capacity Is necessary
need
sary on account of the pressure
ed further on in the residence die
trict extensions
Framing and a few nice things for
Tune Weddings Fred Massa 2464
Wash Ave
New Town of RoeseA new name I
is to he placed on the map of Utah It
s the town of Reese Reese la locat
ed 10 miles west of Ogden and Is the i
second station out on1 the way to the
lake on the main line of the South
ern Pacific It already has a popnla
Ion of about forty families and is
J apidly becoming a very thriving com
nunity with ambitions for new roads
now schools and a canning factory
Ahoul a score of the residents and
property owrjcrs of Reese held a
meeting today In the office of Kelly
Herrick for the purpose forming
a Boosters Club
I Great Scott Como to think of It
what would wo do If W9 could not get I
Lewis Good Coal Phone 149
May Be Deported United States
Immigration Inspector Hiso of Salt
Lake Is in the city Investigating the
case of a man named Hunter wno was
adjudged Insane by Drn Robinson and
DIxon yesterday afternoon It Is alleged
eged that Hunter was afflicted with
mental disease when he entered Ac
United States from Canaca three
years ago and that he is a fit subject
for deportation at this time
Have you been to see our new spring
line of W L Douglas shoes and ox
fords at 350 and 400 The Palace i
280 25th St
Objects to Administrator Eliza R
Faulkner a daughter and heiratlaw
of the late Tnne N Pierce has filed
serious objections to the appointment
of Porter M Pierce as administrator
of the estate of Tane N Pierce de
ceased alleging that ho Is incompetent
tent to perform the duties of the po
Itlon satisfactorily
HIGH GRADE PIANO NEARLY
NEW FOR SALE CHEAP O J
STILWELL BELL PHONE 1028Y
INDEPENDENT 67K
Visiting In Ogdenlr and Mrs R
D Ballard and family ot Iowa have
been visiting T H Carr and family
the past week
ANTTDGirls to work on aspara
gus Wasatcn Orchard Co
Murphy the Pickpocket W H
Murphy the alleged pickpocket who
tried to swim Ogden river several
days ago with a pocketbook which ho
l s suspected of having stolen in A
street car was arraigned today on tho
charge of vagrancy sworn to by Dep I
uty Sheriff Murphy Murphy entered I
a plea of not guilty and was placed
under bonds to the amount of 50 un
tIl his case is called In court
When In Salt Lake stop at Hotel
Golden Modern rooms reasonable
rates 39 East First South Cars for
Fair Grounds stop in front of house
Dr Snowden Not in court The
case of disturbing the peace which
was brought against Dr C R Snow
len Friday after his son had been ar
raigned for the offense by a mistake
In the initials of his name was call i
ed in court this I
police morning th
complainant Joseph Welsh and his
witnesses being on hand to prosecute
the case The defendant however
was nowhere to be found which re
sulted in the question as to whether
he had been proper served with not
ice of arrest The case will probably
he heard Monday morning
Order of Railway Conductors Ex
cursion to Saltalr Juno 8th Round
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trip 125 Through train No change
Peace Day ExerolsesOn Sunday I
May J6th at 7 p nu a peace meeting
will be held in the Third ward meet
Ing house L E Egertsen will be I
the speaker Good singing will DO
rendered The public is Invited to at
tend Under the auspices of the Re
lief Society and Y L M L A
Buy Kodaks and Supplies from The
Tripp Studio 340 25th St eo
Formal Reception S C Kelsey
deputy supreme regent of the Royal
Areaniinn will attend a meeting of
the local council this evening where
an Informal reception will he tendered
the distinguished visitor All mem
bers are Invited o be present
GARMENT SALE 50 cts per pair
and up at Knitting Factory 302 25th
street eo
Soldiers on Special 1inBatterles
C and D of the Fourth field artil
lery of tho United States army will ar
rive from San Francisco on a special
train of cloven cars Sunday afternoon
There will ho seven commissioned of
ficers two Held officers and 238 en
listed men on the m III tan train The
troops are headed for Fort Russell
Wyo where they will be stationed
during the summer months and will
takepart in the military manouvres of
the state militia of Utah Colorado No
biaska and South Dakota this season
Why pay 500 and GOO for a pair
of shoos when you can get a Douglas
for 350 and 400 at the Palace
280 25th street eo
College Students on an OutingA
special train rom Provo arrived at the
Union Depot from the south this morn
ing and after a brief sojourn at Og
den rolled on northward to Logan
Tho train consisted of a baggage car
and six coaches crowded to tho limit
with BrIgham Young university stu
deaLs and their friends out for an en
joyable lime with college friQn6 at
Logan A handsomely uniformed hand
was on thp train and mirth hilarity
and happiness prevailed Tho train
ts n < avo Logan for Provo at 1010 to
night
1 That Good Coal2OOO pounds to
a ton Rock
Spring
Clear Crock and
Castle Gate Bomborgor Ogden coai
Co 3121 Washington
avenue Both
Phonos 2000
Important Meeting Tho board of dl
rectors of the Ogden Union Depot
Railway company will holdj an import
ant meeting In Superintendent Man
t
ii hi jt i f
sons local railroad headquarters Sun
day morning The meeting Is called
for 10 oclock and it is expected lh t
all general officers of tile company
and directors will bo present Mat
ters of more than passing nterc t
will be brought up and new Improve
ments affecting tho Harriman inter
ests In this city will be under discus
sion as well as reports from the su
perintendent secretary auditor and
treasurer
For faucr painting and decorating
cabion or address F E Wobcrg 325
9th street
General Manager Calvin General
Manager E E Calvin of the Southern
Pacific Railroad company accompan
ied by Secretary King of the old Cell
ral Pacific Railroad company arrived
from San Francjsco In the private car
Berkeley this morning and after I
greeting Ogden friends briefly the
two officials left for Salt Lake
The only first class ladles dining
room in Ogden Is The Potter Music
each evening
Death of Mrs Zimmerman Ellen
Hannah Zimmerman of Lawrence
Kansas mother of Mrs Dr S W
Wherry and Mrs D H Adams died
at 1 oclock this morning at the res
Idence of Dr Wherry 2609 Madison
aged 58 years Notice of funeral
later j
Try a pair of 350 and 400HDoug
las shoes For sale at Tho Palace
Good Clothes Store 280 25th SL
Burned Her EyclIrs Carl Alli
son In preparing to attend a party
Friday afternoon stuck a hot curling
iron into her right eye burning the
eyeball A doctor was called who
a a careful examination announc
Ctl that the eyesight had not been
injured though it was a narrow es
c fJe y
Eating Hess Bread you are sure in
getting the clean wholesome staff of
lICe
From Lc Grande Factory Fred
Taylor formerly manager or the Le
Grande sugar factory Le Grande Ore
gon was an Ogden visitor having
come here for a special onfcrence
with Superintendent L R Eccles ot
the Amalgamated Sugar company
Greeks Strange Action Getivge
Mclnut a Greek laborer was arrest
ed this morning by Jailor Anderson
and Officer Mohlman and Is now In
the city jail charged with indecent
exposure Complaint was telephoned
from tho American Linen Supply com
pany that a man was making a spec
tacle of himself in that vicinity by
Starting to undress in tho sight of
several of the lady employes of tho
establishment Before the officers
reached tho scene Mcinul had made
his escape burwas located at the
corner of Twentyfifth street and Wall
avenue He is unable to speak Eng
lish and no explanation of his acts
was obtained It is thought that lie
Is insane
Half Holiday at DepotThe clerks
under Toint Freight Agent Chevers
will ask for a half holiday on Tues
day which is Ogden Day at the races
The finest cafe to the wesL Prices
reasonable Music every evening The
Potter
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PARENTS OF ALFRED BOYLE
WRITES TO STANDARD
Editor of Standard My attention
has been called tb an article publish
ed in last Wednesdays paper May 12
Boys Death Explained In a New
Light At the time of the boys death
tho papers published a good descrip
tion of the terrible tragedy One
point I wish to explain A fence di
vided the tent or tepee and the camp
fire Alfred Royle was standing by
the camp fire at the time tho fatal
shot was fired that caused his death
Hence It was Impossible for him to
lean or kneel on the canvas of the
tent We know how the gun went off
but do not wish to repeat the story
already given We have investigated
the affair thoroughly ana Tiave come
to the conclusion that it was an ac
cident We wish the people to under
stand that we acknowledge it as
such Our hearts go out in sympathy
for Mrs Smith and we ask God In
His mercy to comfort and strengthen
her to overcome her sorrow ana trou
bles for wo think she has many
Wo hope this will close the sad
chapter that caused so much sorrow
Signed Mr and Mrs Wm Royle
MAYOR BREWER AND HIS
AGREEMENT WITH HELL
Mayor Brewer and His Agreement
With Hell will be the subject of the
pulpit editorial at the Congregational
church Sunday evening The sermon
upon Religion and Medicore will
follow The growth of Christian
Science and the Emmanuel movement
In spite of bitter attack demands
some explanation Ought the church
to engage In the practice of mcdi
clnq Can mental and mora diseases
be cured by chomicaKagencies
FOUR GERMAN TEACHERS FOR
CHINAGERMAN UNIVERSITY
Tslng Tau May HFollr Gorman
teachers Messrs Kayher Leasing
Haenisch and Glatzer
have been en
gaged by the ChinaGerman univer
sity All have server several years in
Chinese schools at Peking rica
Tsin and Wu Chang Dr Wirtz in
terpreter for the ICIachow govornemnt
is to assume chaigo of the transla
tion office
No missionaries will be permitted
to serve as educators at the univcr I
bity
WILD WEST SHOW ENDS
IN FATAL PISTOL FIGHT
San Angelo TJxMa 1I1wo 1
dead a third wOundod and tho au
thorities in suit of another are
tho rosulU of a pistol fight in he
tnt of a wild west show last night
The shooting followed tho performa 1
a ace
I DIED 1
HANKS At 320 am May lw at I I
Cloarfield Davis County Wm W
Hanks of tuberculosis of the bono 1
aged 21 years Ho hud been ill
four years
Funeral al Syracuse meeting houso
at 2 p m Sunday
PROUT At the family rrjsidcnco
2455 Van Btireu avqnuo May 11
Mrs J C Prout aged 71 years
Funeral will be announced Jatcr
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TWO MONSTER ENGINES
WILL ARRIVE TONIGHT
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Largest Locomotives in the World Capable of Pulling a Train of
Cars a Mile and a Half Long Arc Coming Over the Union I
Pacific and Will Be Seen in the Local Yards Sunday
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The two new 300ton freight en
gines for the mountain districts of
the Southern Pacific system will ar
rive over the Union Pacific road to
night and wlll probably remain on ex
hibition in the Ogden yards until Mon
day afternoon before they arc sent
west to Sparks to be fired up with
crude oil from tho tanks at thatpoint
The locomotives are the largest
heaviest and most powerful over con
structed and In their trip westward
Irom the great Baldwin locomotive
Works at Philadelphia have excited
the keenest attention from railroad
officials and employes along tho route
The weight of each engine is 126
000 pounds engine and tender com
b neel 596000 pounds the cylinders
2Cx30 and 10x30 inches According to
wellposted local railroad men their
weight exceeds that of the heaviest
existing Mallet engine by about tell
tons They arc of the Mallet articu
lated type arc compounded and arc
fitted for burning oil
While they do not form a radical
departure In type they contain HOIUO
notable details of construction and
AN OFfiCER
COW AND A
WOMAN
HELD THE ATTENTION OF MUNI
CIPAL COURT
Children Threw Pebbles at the Dog
Tax Collector When He Attempt
ed to Impound a Cow
The municipal court was the scene
this morning of a case which tested
the legal authority vested in tiC
estray officer and the extent to which
the court would uphold that officer
in the discharge of his duties
Mrs Henry Ilackliam was the de
fendant in tho case the charge being
Interfernnp with an officer prefer
red by Dog Tax Collector W H Goan
The complainant testified that he
had rounded up a number or cows thai
were moving about the lawns and
flower beds of residences in the vi
cinity of Harrison and Twentysecond
street Upon his way to the estray
pound Mrs Rackliam and a small
regiment oD children attempted re
peatedly to turn her particular cow
In an opposite direction in an effort
to get it back home The animal fin
ally ran up a narrow path near the
cemetery where the officer had to dis
mount and follow afoot Ho succeed
ed in getting a rope over the cows
head which Mrs Rackham tried to
remove meanwhile the array of chil
dren Increased the difficulties encoun
tered by the officer by showering Mm
with pebbles
The defendant made but little ex
planation of her act except to explain
that the officer had been trying to im
pound her cow and she had been try
ing to prevent him
The court decided that the lady
was entirely in the wrong but no
fine was imposed she being charged
only the expense of the trial 360
The court took occasion to state
that residents of Ogden who have
horses and cattle within the city lim
Its must take care of them The city
Is making an effort to beautify the
public parks Vml driveways In antic
ipation of the G A H encampment
and residents are being encouraged to
improve their private lawns and low
er gardens Therefore it is ho more
than fair that owners of livestock
should be compelled to keep the same
from running at large and possiblj
doing much damage to neighboring
lawns
He also stated that to interfere
with an officer engaged In taking an
animal to the estray pound is an of
fonbe as much as if he were engaged
in more serious business and that
such acts will receive severe censure
whenever such cases are brought to
the attention of the court
CERTAINLY A SNAP
Is what you will say when you see
and I tell you the price on that five
room brick with hot and cold water
electric lights bath pantry and
closets large lot with lawn and stable
on the bench and only a few steps from
car line See HIlT Barrows at Bar
rows Commission Co Both phones
787
ONE FIRM SENDS OUT
6000000 PIECES OF MAIL
ChicagoMay 11fJho Chicago post I
office has just broken the worlds roe i
ord for mall handled at one time from
ono source according to James N
McArthur superintendent of the cen
tral station
I Tho Chicago office has jusl hand
led six million pieces of stamped mail
from one Chicago firm said Mr Mc
Arthur This represented an expanse
of 60000 to ho firm in stamps The
matter was handled under the now
canceled stamp arrangement by mean
of which a firm buys stamps already
cancelled so as to save that work be I
IDS done at Inc postofilco The mall
od matter weighed 125 tons and filled
sixty cars
TWO KILLED IN PREMATURE
EXPLOSION OF A BLAST
Vancouver B C May H Through
the premature explosion of a blast at
Smith Biothers construction camp
near Abcrdoon 25 miles cast ot
Prince Rupert Alexander Wat IPO of
Marysvlllc Tonn nnri a Montcnogrl
an were instantly killed They were
engaged at rock work on the now
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Watt
SoS body will be sent to Tennessee
WANT ADS BRJNG BIG H SUl Tbd
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among these two striking innovations
In the first place the holler contains
a feedwater heater besides an inter
mediate superheater anG secondly
the boiler Is separable at a bolted
joint about midway of Us length at
the front of the boiler shell proper
This last feature enables the whole
engine to be cut In two lengthwise
with but little labor or time HO that
in the repair shop for example the
two parts can be handled separately
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Tho engine must he dead of course
before it can be cut apart and all the
I piping between front and rear halves
must be disconnected unions being
built Into the pipes for this purpose
The capacity of each engine Is said
to he almost unlimited ana either ot
tho two great monsters will haul from
125 to 150 cars over a track consd
cicjl ordinarily levI and in good con
ditions
ditioWhllo
SWhllo the engines remain at Ogden
they will be the center jot attraction
for railroad men shop men and ma
chinists as well us for others inter
ested in improved mechanical devices
of every character
RAILROAD
MAY NOT
EXTEND
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DIFFICULT CONSTRUCTION
STANDS IN THE WAY
David Eccles Returns From His Sump
ter Valley RoadEngineer West
Looking For a New Route
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President David Eccles of the Sump
tor Valley railroad Inns returned from
Oregon whore he has been for several
days on business In connection with
the proposed extension that line
Last Week a statement was made re
lative to a proposed extension of somo
25 miles giving the prospective ter
minus of the line as well as the esti
mated cost
I Mr Eccles stated today that the
route which was then proposed has
now been found not to be feasible on
account of the heavy expenses of con
struction the country through which
the road Is to pass being extremely
rough and moutainous
He further stated that Chief En
gineer Joseph West Is now In that sec
tion looking for a more practicable
route which if It cannot be found will
prevent the proposed improvements
TONIGHT AT SYLVAN PARK
The appearance of Miss Fannie
Frankel tonight In the vaudeville at
Sylvan Park Is an unexpected piece of
good fortune for tho management
The lads Is en route from the coast
to New York where she is now booked
but is able to put In a few days hero
en route
She has been on the Keith and Proc
tor circuit the largest In thq world
and the Orphoum for several seasons
and Is well and widely known all
through the cast She has figured as
the prima dona soprano a great deal
In grand opera and concert work
Tho Vancouver paper has this to say
I of Miss Frankel
As a charming prima dona soprano
Fannie Frankel Is as nice a singer as
I the Orpheum has had this year Her
choice of songs Is admirable and her
voice such that she can do justice to
those she sings The soprano was
formerly ono of the leading singers
In that popular comedy opera The
Time Txic Place and The Girl In
that show she held a leading place
and in vaudeville is more than making
good wherever her engagements take
her And the patrons of the Orpheum
are no exception to the rule that has
made Fannie Flan el one of the most
popular singors on the vaudeville
stage
CARD OF THANKS
Through the medium of the press we
wish to thank our friends who con
tributed so lavishly flowers words of
comfort and consolation and rendered
assistance in various ways In the loss
of our son Alfred Le Role especially
do we thank the teachers and scholars
of the Birch Creek school for the man
ner in which the walked in front of
the funeral cortege and the many acts
of sympathy expressed by them
Yours
MR AND MRS WM ROYLE
HANGED FOR MURDER
OF A SCHOOL TEACHER
Manila May t Esuobio Burias and
Lucio Alden who were convicted of
the murder of Anna Hahn a school
teacher in the Batangas district wore
hanged In Bllibid prison this after
noon The execution was private
The crime which was committed In
January J90S hail jobbory for its oh
joeL The victim was hacked to pieces
with bolos
A stiong effort was made to secure
a commutation of ho sentence hut
Govnrnor General Smith and Vice Gov
ernor Forbes doclinod to interfere
FIRST GREAT NORTHERN
TRAIN IN TACOMA INSPECTED
Tacoma Wash May HTho first
Great Northern train over soon in Ta
coma was inspected by 0260 persons
in six hours yesterday Tho train
way ono of the de luxe outfits built
by the Great Northern for Us Orion
tal limited srrvlco which will oper
ate direct between Tacoma and Chi
cago beginning May 23 The train
vas placed on exhibition here and
will be shown at all points of con I
fioqucncc on tho Sound as far north I
as Vancouver B C
WANT ADS BRING BIG KbSLLTS
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25000
32 FOR A BRAND NEW HIGH GRADE
H PIANO H
STOOL AND SCARF p
200 Per Week
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THOMASHORNE MUSIC CO
2336 WASHINGTON AVENUE
OFFICERS OF
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INSTALLATION AND BANQUET AT
THE MACONIC TEMPLE
Mrs Gertrude Hutton Retiring Grand
Matron and Richard E Conley
Install the New Officers
rho grand chapter of the onlcr of
the Eastern Star of Utah closed Its
annual session here last cvqningg with
a banquet at the Masonic Temple at
which representatives from the ton
chapters of tho order from all parts
of the state were seated Before tho
banquet was held the following offl
cers wore installed for tho year by
I Mrs Gertrude Hutton the retiring
I grand matron and Richard E Conley
the retirIng grand patron of Utah
Worthy grand matron Flora E Sin
clair worthy ran < l patron Walter
I Scott associate grant matron Anna
B Marwlck associate grand patron
E O Leatherwood worthy grand
secretary Francis G Shields worthy
grand lrcacviror L A E Mehse
worthy grand conductress Amelia
King worthy associate grand con
ductress Eunice C Gordon worthy
grand chaplain Isndorc F Fox
worthy granl lecturer Corn I Mchsc
worthy grand marshal Ella L Ras
miiSHPn worthy grand organist Daisy
A Cusliing worthy grand Adah Sa
rah M McCarthy worth grand Ruth
Agnes Kelly worthy grand Esther
Edna F Nichols worthy grand Mar
tha Eva F Core worthy grand
I Electa May Fredenborg worthy grand
i warden Mary B Laurence worthy
grand sentinel John Marwlck
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BRIDGE TEA
The largest and most delightfully ar
ranged affair of the week waG the
bridge tea at which Mrs David C
Eccles and Mrs George H Davis woic
hostesses Friday afternoon at the
home of the latter They were as
I sisted In the reception room by Mrs
J S Grant of Salt LAke City Miss
Florence Cwilliam Mrs Joel Harris
Mrs Ralph Roberts Miss Tulle Baker
and Miss May Hume
There were twenty tables at bridge
and prizes were won bv Mrs Arthur
Kuhn Mrs Dr Hlbbs Mrs A W
Walker and Mrs Dr Smith
I The color scheme in the dining room
was pink and white and was banked
with carnations while the centerpiece
of the table was a bowl of dainty rose
I buds Following the card games tea
was served Mrs Will Wright Mis
I Jjeywood Mrs McDonald of Salt Lake
I anl Mrs Josh Grant of Salt Lake
i pouring and beautiful music was
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played at intervals during the after
noon
Tho guests Included about twenty
ladles from Salt Lake City
Properly Indignant Beggar I
Poor Anna Gould Among her oth
er troubles she has had a blttor ex
perience with the professional French
beggar Most of the wealthy owners
of country houses on the outskirts of
Paris are afflicted with what may be I
called their beggars in ordinary j
These fellows are highly aristocratic
in their mendicancy and must have
their wants attended toal their own
convenience One such was waiting at
Mme Annas castle at an early hour
just after her fifth quarrel with Boat
She had been up nearly all night and
slept late The beggar waxed impellent I
and turning fiercely upon the foot I
man said
How Jong dye suppose shell be be
fore she comes
Really cant say replied the yalot
maybe ten minutes mnybo three
hours
Then Ill tell ye what it Is growled
the mendicant she may provide her
self with another beggar toll her that
from me And off he went
Peruvian National Dish
Tako half a dozen onions chop and
fry till brown take half n dozen dry
rod peppers soak two hours then
chop peppers fine and run through a
colander put poppers In with fried
onions add about a quarter of a pound
of cheese sliced > good lump of but
tor slzo of an egg tako two slices
bread cut off crust and soak in one
pint milk and put all in with onions
and peppers salt to taste let simmer
half an hour find keep stirring Then
boil half a dozert eggs 20 mInutes cut
eggs In halt and ftarnish dish Servo
with boiled potatoes and you wilt
have a delicious dish
A little garlic will improve It
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G E Bowers Unable to Got Out of
the Way Is Severely Injured
Conveyed to Hospital
Brakeman G E Bowers employ 1
on a work train on tho OgdenLuo
cutoff was brought into the oily Il >
morning suffering from Injuries n I
calved about tho face and head
He was employed around tho trr1
while a gang of men were unloadlr
heavy plies and one of these rollM
from a flat car and struck Bowrs bi
fore he could get out of the way I
was a narrow escape from death anl
as It was tho bralcoman received In
I Juries that will keep him out of tri
service for a time at least
I After his Injuries were temporal
treated at tho Emergency hospital
I Bowors was sent up to tho Gene
hospital
Hit friends are congratulating hl i
on his escape from death and the fa
that he was not crushed Dy the ile1l
timber
SERVICES 1ABERMACIE E
SUNDAY AFTERHOOi
Eldor Steven L Richards will I
tho speaker in the Tabernacle Su
day afternoon
At 155 there will be organ mi I
by S S Whltaker
I There will be a solo by Virgil i1
Cain and chorus by the choir
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TRANSLATIONS REVEALED
SOME ELABORTE PLAN
Tombstone Aiiz May HT
prosecution introduced more lottrrs Ii
the Magon Ylllareal Rivera trial t
day Translations revealed elaborn
plans for attack on several Mocic i i
towns near the border to gain a fl ct
hold for the Mexican liberal PartY nn I
I work for the overthrow of the DS
i government Customs houses werC I J
i be seized and government bull Iiiics I
I bo occupied All letters cautioned n >
I attack on Americans to avoid Into1
ventlon which was to he f > arc mol >
than repulses of Mexican troops Muc i
i Interest Is manifested In the trial and
I milammy tilts occurred between alto
I neys during the proceedings today
Electricity from the Earth
Great local differences In the electri
fication of the earth are known to C
It and a German engineer suggest
that with bettor knowledge It may b1
possible to make mining or electricity
as profitable as digging for coal cr
metals In experiments in two con
paratlvely shallow borings ho has ob
tained weak currents between a small
rod of brass or Iron Immersed In the
water of the pit and a similar rod
burled near the surface He urges
that contractors mining companies and
others take up the problem and per
tint
I form such experiments as testing
i current between a COfoot copper cylin
del at the bottom of a boring of 3000
I feel or more and a similar cylinder bur
led in moist ground at the surface
also Investigating the charges to be
obtained from long iron pipes burled
In the ground It seems quite poc
sible that means may bo found for
charging accumulators from earth cu
rents thus giving us a new source oi
power light and heat
Breaded Chicken with Tomatoes J
Cut two small chickens in nlcoslzoj
pieces roll them In bread crumb I
then dip them In beaton eggs an I
again roll In crumbs The crumb I
phould be seasoned with salt ant I
pepper Fry the chicken tints Jr
lender in plenty of butter Whri
done place the pieces on a healf f
dish add a tablespoonful rl I
minced parsley to the butter In Mi j
pan and a cupful of milk In whir
has been dissolved a teaspoon of corn
starch Stir It over the firo untn If
slightly thickened and the cornstarch
16 cooked add seasoning If nocessarv r
then pour It over the chicken gnrnlfl
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Mary Foster Snider
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