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BUILDING OF A BIG
RAILROAD
W H Wallis manager of the TJtali
Construction company says that un II
der favorable conditions the Western
I
Pacific will lo completed by Septem i
ber of Ibis arIt may be October I
Trains will begin to run from
Utah to the shores of San Francisco
bay over a new route for the first
time since 1SG9 when the Central i
Pacific wascompletcd I
Theiiessroaiv1Iibo 929 miles I
long ttie greater jnjlcage as compar
ed with the Central Pacific being due
to the selection of tho Beckwlth pass
route which cmios the road north
west from VVinneniucca describing a
largo arc as it descends the Feather
q
river to Orovillo and curves south to I
Sacramento I
Rails are being laid at four points
In the Feather river country near
J Rock Creek In Bcckwith Pass west j
of Wlnnemucca and west ot Battle
Mountain The placing of two largo i
steel bridges is halting track laying
along tile Feather t
river but tho
grade through Nevada with the ex I
ceptlon of a small stretch near PyI
ramicl Lake is really for tho rails f
shipments of steel rails are
passing through Ogden dally for tho I
Western Pacific which indicates that
the driving of tho last spike which 1
will boat some point In the Feather I
river countiy will not bo delayed by I
failure of material to arrive in time I
When October arrives which in
3ur jUdgmont will be the date mark I
Ing the completion of the road W H I
Wattls can proudly point to the great I
tot achievement of any one construc I
I
tion company In tho United States
tho building of 929 miles of road un I I
d r one contract
aggregating an ex
penditure of not less than 15000000 I
iMuCh of tho financial responsibility
I of building tho road has been actual
ly borne by tho Utah Construction
Jompauy During the pauLo petlod
thtf company was called upon to car
ry several million dollatnf burden
but It weathered the financial storm
which attests its strength In resourccE
I nnuMnfelllgont manag mentf
I While building the Western Pacific
has
the Utah Construction company
carried on other railroad work in
I cluding tho construction of a lino In
Now Mexico the building of a road
I and
north from Huntington Oregon
the reconstruction of tho line of the
Central Pacific near Cape Horn In tho I
Sierra Nevada and within the past
month tho company has contracted
for tho grading of a line from south ot
I Twin Falls qlaho to Wells Nevada
I This > Utah Construclon company
1 evidently has 1 become an organization
capable of handling an unllmltevl
amount of railroad vork Much of
its success Is undoubtedly due to the
executive ability and constructive
I force of W H Waltls one pf the
I
most unassuming of the men connect
ed with the big undertakings of this
country
I NORTHERN UTAH OPPOSES
THE TAX
The Springvlllc Independent the
Logan Republican and Tooele Tran
script call attention to Ogdcns offer
to build a state capitol in Ogden
I The Tremonton Times also takes up
I the proposal and comments
The powers that DC In Salt Lake
I City have appointed an election to be
held in Juno to determine whether the
people of Utah are In favor of bond1
I Ing the state or in other words tax
i g themselves to raise money to
build a new stale house on Capitol
I Hill In Sail Lake City All the papern
in that city are booming tho pioject
I to the extent of their ability the
1 principal reason advanced being that
K would add much to the beauty and
glbry of the city to have a capitol and
that it would advertise the city among
I
tourists
The building now occupied by the
I county and state Is not spoken of as
I being tort small or Inadequate to the
I needs of the people but all Is cen
i tcred upon the added attractiveness of
the city if It has a monumental build
ing costing several millions of dollars
erected upon one of its prominent
hills that can be seen for miles by I
the passengers of every Incoming I
train Of course such a building as Is
projected would undoubtedly be very I
ornamental and some I day might be
come useful but do the people out I
I side of Salt Lake City want such a
building at their expense just now
Ogden would like the capitol built
there and some of her rich men are
willing to raise 500000 toward Its
erection and If Salt Lake wants such
a building why shouldnt she build It I
and not call on the rest of the state I
for funds with which to erect It
But wojre agin bonding for lux
uries
The whole of northern Utah and a
good percentage ot southern Utah are
I
opposed to the extra tax Now It
Ogden does Its full duty on June b
there Will be no capitol tax of one
mill for fifteen years
I MEMORIAL DAY AND OUR
SOLDIERS
Sunday Is Memorial Day The ser
vices in memory of the heroes who
have gone to a final rest will be held
tomorrOv anl the graves will be dec
r orrited on Monday
These closing days of the great
struggle ot the early sixties make
more impressive the ceremony in con
nection with the showing of due re
spect for the living and the dead or
the Civil War We say closing days
because gradually the survivors of the
mighty armies are passing away and
soon will come the last farewell when
the living story shall be ended As
that day approaches we realize the
Importance of awakening to the full
significance of the event and of doing
our full duty toward the remnants of
what once made up tho most power
ful organized body of men in the world
fighting for a great cause The living
soldiers are a voice from the battle
fields ot Gettysburg Antletam Shiloh
and other mighty clashes of that great
conflict Let us listen to that voice
while we may Soon it will be hushed
by the grave
FARMERS ARE TO BUILD THEIR
OWN TELEPHONE LINE
I
On Monday a committee of the res
i idents of North Ogden and the farm
ers of that neighborhood arc to meet
with the local officials of ttie Belt1
Telephone company and present an
ultimatum In reply t < the company
order placing tho telephone service
1 to North Ogden on a toll basis The1
North Ogden people will offer to pay
a flat rate anything within reason
they saytiut they will resist a toll
charge Falling to obtain a satisfac
tory answer tho plan Is to organize
a company to Include all those who
might Install telephones In the dis
I trict from North Ogden north to WIl
lard and build an farmers telephone
line to bo connected with the Inde
I pendent serviee In Ogd nWlth that
district cbvercd tho line would bo
extended over the county
This resolVe of the North Ogden
farmers promises to develop some
thing out or the ordinary in telephono
service In the west A farmers line
In competition with the powerful Bell
Interests would be a contest of Inter
est to nil the farmers of this state
and If successfully fought out might
bring Into existence an Intcrmountnln
farmers telephone service extending
north and south from tho little town
to the north of this city
JUDGE WILLIS BROWN I
Editor Standard Thinking the
many readers of your paper might be
Interested In tho whereabouts and suc
cess of Judge Willis Brown formerly
or the juvenile court In Salt Lake
City I take pleasure In advising you
that fie Is promoting a Boy City at
CharlevoK Michigan which he says
is a system of civil instruction In a
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summer camp and Chautauqua for
boys where they conduct an actual
city with mayor city council bank
ually paper mercantile establish
ments church postolhce entertain
ments athletics etc Aside from his
Boy City work he has been lectur
ing this year and up to the first or
the month he has traveled 25OOU
miles in 22 different states and has
delivered 110 lectures the earnings of
which are devoted to what he calls a
humanifactory
Among the press notices I observed
the following
Judge Brown is supporting all this
work from his lecture earnings When
asked if he could take more boys he
said I cannot hunt for them for if
I did so I would find a thousand of
them In thirty days Those I have i
could not refuse for I found them
and could not throw them away How
ever I will take any boy who has
absolutely no other chance Boys
laiued by heredity handicapped by
bad environment branded as
wmlhlcss boys that are unpreposses
sing and abnormal boys that nobody
else wants IT take Even the very
hopeless for in all God dwells and we
can fix up the brain and heart so that
God shows out It
here are doubtless many young
men in Ogden today who would now
be confirmed cigarette llends were it
not for this mans efforts among the
schools of our city four years ago
and his continuing to make good is
certainly cause for congratulation on
the part of all Very truly yours
Signed S J GRIFFIN
NEW STREET CAR LINES AND
NEW CARS
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Beginning Sunday morning the Wall
avenue street car line will be open
to traffic and a twentyminute schedule
will bo maintained the Twentysecond
street car operating from the end of
that street to tho terminus of the
Wall avenue extension
With the opening of the new line an
extra car will be placed on Twenty
fifth street to be konwn as the depot
and hotel car which will be operated
from the Bamberger depot on Wash
ington avenue to Union depot on
Twentyfifth street and the time of
this car will bo made to conform to
the arrival and departure of all trains
at either depot at all hours of the
from G30 a m to 1130 p m This
should prove one of the greatest con
veniences to those who are traveling
assuring train connections In depart
ing and a car service up town on the
arrival of any train
I Monday track laying commences on
the Ogden Canyon line which guaran
tees the completion of that road to
tho Hermitage before the summer
I
season has well opened In the canyon
I When the road reaches the Hermitage
construction will be halted until fall
I when construction will be resumed and
work continued until Huntsvllle is
I made the terminus opening to rail
trafrlc one of the most fertile valleys
In tho intermountain section and a
summer pleasure resort beyond com
pare
Tt will not ho long before the Plain
City line Is completed and the Hot
Springs road is extended to Brigham
CityThese
These many suburban trolley lines
will give to Ogden a greater mileage
I of rail connections with the surround
ing country than any city of its size
In tho United States
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This development will add malerl
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I OGDEN MERCHANTS SPRING CARNIVAL
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I Week of June 7th to 12th Inclusive
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AUSPICES OGDEN RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
ATTRACTIONS FURNISHED BY THE FAMOUS
1 CW PARKER SHOWS
H S TYLER LESSEE AND MANAGER
18 BIG ATTRACTIONS 18
Featuring the Largest Trained Animal Show iu the
country Two
Pumas Panthers Tigers Dogs Ponies hundred ultra marvelous animal actors including Lions
Pigs Bears Leopards
mrr
E1ephnt
THE Camels Sea T
BROADWAY Lions and
BELLES A rhymeful Umefulmils a troupe of Arabian Stallions
musical
to the minute show consisting of high class
> PHA OAHS DAUGHTER > s specialties and refined
The strans comedystrictly
OR strange mystifying illusion A up
THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR THE RAZZLE unique exhibition THE RAG TIME OPERA
FERRIS WHEEL OCEAN WAVE THE HOME OF DAZZLE S 10000 CARRYUSALL THE GIANT
BEE THE PHUNNY KATZENJAMMER KASTLE A laugh CARRIE NATION MONKEY LAND HALES TOURS OF THE WORLD
TOWN FLOOD the acme of scenic and electric productions every minute THE HORRIBLE MESSINA DISASTER THE JOHNS
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mechanical and scenic exhibition ever conceived Five Big Sensational a moving Free picture Acts slow tvice daily THE TYROLEAN ALPS the most beautiful
Every Day a Big OneJune 7 to 12th Inelusive = = = TABERNACLE SQUARE
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E June Bride Sale I
I Begins Tuesday June 1st
CHINA CABINET Hlgb grade e j 1
quartered Oak Stylish and con Every hlng Cheaper
venlent Only 2200 up 1
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For one whole month this will be the greatest Furniture Bargain
Sale in the history of Ogden It will far surpass anything heretofore 11
l and will be the greatest Home Furnishing opportunity of the year Our great big i t
store is crowded with the most uptodate home furnishings to be found Thirty t
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four carloads have already reached us this Spring and more coming We have the
crn styles to suit the most artistic and exacting and qualities to suit all pocketbooks
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and this our SECOND JUNE BRIDE SALE places high grade goods in your home
Ig at prices as low as many dealers ask for much inferior goods Whether it is a cot
tage or a mansion we can furnish it appropriately at the least cost to you Let us
prove it June is the month when more homes are started than any other time of
I s
the year and we think is the appropriate time for a rousing successful special sale
V i
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B 1I1Te ever ll1Jad before
PEDESTAL DINING TABLE
> Solid Oak high finish superior
construction N BOur threedays specials will be discontinued as everything
and BOSTON LEATHER COUCHES
Only 1250 upj
v cheaperthe entire month May we have a visit from you soon f Strong handsome and com
Portable
I Only 1500 and up
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HANDSOME BUFFETS High
ly finished golden Oak Hand THIS HANDSOME FIVEPIECE PARLOR SUIT high gloss mahogany finished frame riclf green silk plush uphol
some designs and stered spring cushion seats stylish serviceable and comfortable ONLY 4250
Only S1950 and up
i CREDIT YOUR OGDEN FURNITURi CARPET CO LEADING OGDENS
I IS FURNIT RE
GOOD HYRUM PINGREE Mgr STORE
ally to Ogdens growth and prosper
ity One of the most important ac
quisitions wlllbe Ogden valley which
will be brought close enough to tho
Ogden sugar factory to allow of tho
raising of beets In that valley requir
ing a large sugar plant to meet this
Increased production and making pos
sible a larger farming population dl
icctly tributary to this city
On Monday four large electric cars
will be received by the Ogden Rapid
Transit company to meet the demand
for more rolling stock which the In
creased mileage has brought about
These cars will be the latest model
of interurban electrics and wIll be
placed on the longest runs
This big improvement In the Ogden
Rapid Transit is a reminder that Og
den Is growing and that the city Is I
1 well out of its swaddling clothes
Morning Examiner
I
THATS GOING SOME
I Sprlngvillo Independent At a rc
J cent meeting of the Weber club of
Ogden the following resolution was
1 passed To the voters of Utah If
I the site of the state capitol be definite
ly fixed in Ogden tho Weber club here
by pledges this city to subscribe a
half million dollars toward the erec
1 tion of a capitol building Thats go
lS some Its now up to Salt Lake
to bid
A COMMON ERROR
The Same Mistake Is Made by Many
Ogden People
I Its a common erior
To plaster the aching back
To rub with liniments rheumatic
joints
When the trouble comes from tho
kIdneys
Doans Kidney Pills euro all kidney
illsAnd
And arc endorsed by Ogden citizens
Mrs Wm T Baker G2C 27th St Og
den Utah says Mr Baker suffered
I severely from an ache and lameness
through his back He tried a great
I many remedies but did not succeed in
finding relief until he procured Doans
Kidney Pills at Badcons Pharmacy
They proved to bo a valuable remedy
and my husband thinks highly of I
thorn jI
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For sale by all dealers Price GO
cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for tho United
States
Remember tho nameDoansand
take no other
OPENING OF TENNESSEE PASS
PROGRESSING RAPIDLY
Leadvlllc Colo May 2STho work
of opening tho Tennessee Pass tunnel
on the Denver and Rio Grande rail
road eight miles west of Lcadville
which has been closed since May 18
on account of a borlous caeIn has
progressed eo rapidly that railway of I
ficials arc confident traffic will be
moving through tho long tunnel In I
less than a week The mass of de
bris that completely choked the bore
has ben penetrated by a small open I
ing and tho ground Is being rapidly
caught up
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I MIINNG NEWS I
COLUMBUS PUMP ARRIVES
Salt Lake May 28The big 30000
pound pump for the Columbus Con
solidated mine arrived at Sandy last
night and today is being hauled to
the mine This will mean that work
at the property will progress much
taster as with tho addition of this
equipment most any flow of water
that might be developed could be tak
en care of
Tho pump can handle COO gallons of
water a minute The pumping appara
tus at the mine Is now capable or
handling an enormous flow of water
but with this addition it is believed
that any condition can be met
As soon as the pump Is installed
drifting will commence lo the cast
from the fourth level below tho tun
nel level In search of the vein that
was losl Before the work was stop
ped for fear of increasing the flow
of water tho drift has a gool showing
of ore and it was believed that the
rich body would again be found
The pump Is one of the largest of Its
kind in tho slate and will require the
effoits of a 160horsepowor motor to
keep it going This energy will como
from the companys power house
which Is two miles from the mine
HILL TOP GETS NEW MILL
Salt Lake May 28HIll Top Is
agog with excitement over the arrival
In camp of the first mill The Hunt
Ington plaiit which was recently pur
chased by the PhiladelphiaWestern
Mining company is In Battle Moun
tain and the first consignment of ma
chinery reached Hill Top last week
USE ALLENS TOOTEASE
A powder to bo shaken Into tho
shoes If you have tired aching feel
try Allens FootEase It rests the
feet and makes now or tight shoes
easy Cures aching swollen hot
sweating foot Relieves coins am1
bunions of all pain and given rest anl
comfort Try It today Sold bv all
Druggists and Shoe Stores 25c Dont
accept any substitute For FREE
trial package also Free Samplo of
I the FOOTEASE Sanitary CORNPAD
a now Invention Allen S Olm
sLed Lc Roy NY Ir I
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The erection of the mill in Hill Top
will mark a now era m the camps
history as tho PhiladelphiaWestern
has between 1100 anti 1200 tons or
high grade milling oro on tile Jumps
and immense bodies blocked out in
the new workings The ledge en
countered In the hrst drift In the west
tunnel has developed into one of tho
richest shoots hi the camp and showb
2 feet In width with free gold liberally
sprinkled across the entire distance
This Is the same ledge from which GO
sacks of high grade were shipped
from the surface Several leases
have been let on the property lately
and the camp is picking up rapidly
SINKING MAJESTIC SHAFT
Salt Lake May 2SThe Boston of I
flee of the Majestic Mines company
It m receIpt of word that the sinking
of the vertical shaft in the Harring
tonHickory was begun May 17 says
the Boston Financial Nes Manager
Moffat states that they are making be
tween four and five feet a day and I
that he expects by July 1 to complete
200 feet of sinking which will bring
tho shaft to a depth of approximately
COO feet From this point a drift will
bu run over to the ore body which was
found on the 500foot level Mr Mof
fat states that he will Instruct the
Beaver River Power company Juno I
to begin Installing poles and other ne
cessary equipment so that by July 1
the mine will be equipped with elec
trie power lie has already Installed
two new Waugh sinking drills and
doubled tho force of men at this prop
erty He expects to begin regular
shipments some time in July
OOOGOOOOOOOOOOOO
O CONSTRUCTION BEGUN 0
O Carson Nov May 2Sfhe 0
O Southern Pacific company filed 0
O In the federal land office to 0 I
O day a map of the projected 0
O branch line that Is to run from 0 I
O Twin Falls Ida to a point on 0 I
O tho main line near Cobre 0
O Nev and will open up a sec 0 I
O lion in southern Idaho and 0
O northern Nevada that Is rich In 0
O mineral agricultural and linn C
O ber resources The route Is up
O the Salmon river from M1
O doka Ida to the headwaT O
O of that stream In Elko county 0 I
O Nevada Construction has al C
O ready begun 0 I
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1uddled Brains
result from an overloaded
stomach sluggish liver in
active bowels or impure
blood Clear thinking fol
lows the use of
BEECH1WS
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Sold Everywhere In boxci lOc and 25c
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AST AND RETURN
from
Ogden aJ Salt Lake City
to
Missouri River 4000
Chicago 5500
4900
S St Louis
St Paul and Minneapolis 5200
Pepria S5110
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JunJfl 5 11 12 16 July 2 3i
14 Sept 1011
23 2tfis 13
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Long limits stopovers allow
to
rates
ed Plenty of other
eastern summer resorts
FOI further particulars apply to
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A T S F Rv 233 Judge
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