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v der the direction of Chas L Peckham
Adjuster of Chicago t i c r
The I x L FURNITURE c CARPET CO OF SALT LAKE CITY UTAH have placed their entire stock of furniture carpets t stoves
ranges drapery goods queensware and everything needed for the home amounting to over 20000000 on sale Nothing will be re
served A great many of these goods were only slightly da aged by water some by smoke and the balance not at all harmed We are
going to remodel our building and for this reason we will force a rapid clearance of r this entire stock at reductions 50 per cent to
75 per cent
People have come from all parts of Utah Wyoming Idaho and Nevada to take advantage of this unparalleled slaughter of home
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Below we quote a few of the prices on floor coverings
Carpets Carpets Carpets f
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Granite Carpet f > 30 per yd
Half Wool Carpet 40 per yd
Extra Super All Wool Carpet 65 per yd
Tapestry Brussels 55 per yd I
Tapestry Brussels J 75 per yd
Tapestry Brussels 95 per yd
Body Brussels 125 per yd
Smiths Best Velvets 115 per yd
Good Grade Axminster 100 per yd
Extra Grade Axminster 115 per yd
Velvet Carpets 95 per yd
Bigclow Axminster and other
grades equally as good 135 per yd
Royal Wiltons 135 per yd
LINOLEUMS
E Grade Linoleum 40 per sq yd
D Grade Linoleum 45 per sq yd
Inlaid Linoleum Quality 97 per sq yd
Inlaid Linoleum B Quality 115 per sq yd
Inlaid Linoleum Best Quality 125 per sq yd
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J We have hundreds of sideboards buffets china closets extension tables dining chairs dressers chiffoniers washstands beds of all r ±
descriptions folding beds bookcases writing desks chairs that
g easy and rockers that you can buy during this sale for a s n
It will pay you a great many times to come to Salt LakeCity and take advantage of this stupendous opportunity of buying 1
home furnishings at the prices we are offering j
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Picnic
Season Is hero and
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CARVERS GROCERY i
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is the place to get your supplies
Every Food
Canned or bottled to bo had on tIC
market may be found at
J S Carver Sons
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Grocery
Also sole agents for Chase
Suuborns Teas and Coffees
We would like your trade and will
Te Greatly pleased to have you
call on tie
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Finest quality of work at
Mitchell Bros
We can cave you money on
MONUMENTS
or Headstones
Do not be misled by 1
lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big com
missions to agents but BOO us
ana I save money Yards 2003
Jefferson
WANT ADS BRING DIG RESULTS
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MEMORIAL SERVICES I
OF
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Vcber camp No 74 Woodmen of tic
World will hold their annual memo
rial exorcises Sunday June G when
they gather at their lodge rooms and
ride to Mountain View cemetery and
unveil Mia monuments of Neighbors Sr
Nelson and E R tipeaK and decorate 1
thirteen graves of their departed
brothers The services in the morn i
ins which begin at 930 ocloclc will
be under the direction of Past Coun I
cillor W M Pissott assisted by tho
uniformed degree team oC the order
In the afternoon the members near
ly COO strong will gather at K pf P
hall at 130 to form and parade to
the city cemetery where the monu
ments of Neighbors Luty and Allaui
will bo unveiled and cntythreo
graves decorated The afternoon serv
ices will be in charge of Past Council
lor Doyle assisted the uniformed
degree team
The services will be held at the
Woodmen of the World lot at the bur
Sal grounds and will Include special
music by tho hand with slug
ing by tile Woodmen male quartet
Council Commander Samuel Kline will
introduce the orator of the day Judge
J A Howell who will speak to the
members of the
order on an
appro
priate topic I
The committee ing charge of the
services are Samuel Kline E couth
James JIcBeth Sam Jost Henry Sip
thorn 13 VanDerSchuit and Math
ew Gait
The line of march and order of
pa
rade follows
Meet at 130 p m Twentyfourla
street and Washington avenue march
on Twentyfourth street west to Lin
coin avenue to Twentyfifth street
west to the depot
countermarch on
Twentyfifth street to Jefferson and
north on Jefferson avenue to the city
I cemetery
The order of parade
Mounted police and sheriffs officers
1 Bearers of United States
Hags and
lodge ieunauts
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Uniformed degree team of the or
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Twentyfive flower bearers
Twentyfour piece band
Lodge officers
General membership
SPEEDERS WILL RECEIVE
1 ATTENTION OF OFFICERS
Numerous complaints having been
received bj the police department re
garding the apparent disregard of au
tomobile bicycle and driving Pro i
nances a fresh campaign against the
reckless ones has boon instituted Of
ficer William Roast has been detailed
to pay particular attention to violators
of the speed ordinances those who
ride bicycles on the sidewalks and
drivers who leave their horses stand
ing unhitched In the city streets As
previous warnings have been numer
ous little leniency will be shown
those who persist In disregarding the
law in these matters and the police
judge has also stated that offenders
will bo prosecuted without distinction
of class or occupation
PROBATE AND
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
Information
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Estate of John Contos Deceased
editors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at his of
fice in tho basement of tho First Na
tional Bank Building northeast corner
of Vribhington avenue and Twenty
fourth Street Ogden City Weber
County Utah on or before the fifth
day of March A D 1910
Dated Ogden Utah May i 1909
DAVID MATTSON
Administrator of the Estate of John
Contos Deceased
AGEE McCRACKEN Attorneys for
II Administrator Rooms 115416 First
National Utah Bank Building Ogden
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1 TODAY IS CHILDRENS
DAY AT SYLVAN PARK
Today Is the big day at Sylvan park
Bert Morplu the man who sings to
beat the band and Incidentally the
man whose voice defies the elements
will devote his time exclusively to
the cnlldren The afternoon has been
declared bj the management to bo
childrens matinee and the youngsters
will bo given free
rides on the merry
goround while the famous singer will
render nothing but chlldiens < pongs
A special vaudeville matinee will be
I given in the big theater and it is ex
pected that the children will visit the
part in force
It is indeed unfortunate that Mr
Morphj has met with BUCK discourag
ing weather as has recently prevailed
In this city He likes a crowd tho
bigger the better for his oleo In the
open air is Intended for a large gath
ering It is not out of tho ordinary
for a man to sing Into anothers ear
and Mr Morphj and hits wonderfully
penetrating voice ib almost lost un
less there arc present enough people
to appreciate tho range He can sing
better and bo heard better by tho
ones on the outskirts of a big crowd
than of a small gathering
Mr Mor
phys act is a freak one and If the
elements will allow he will
startle tho
people of Ogden before his next weeks
engagement Is finished All ho asks
Is a clear
evening and a crowd large
enough to appreciate the range of his
voice
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At Drjnk Soda IRONPORT Y n ull Ilkei It
Fountains and In Bptllcs
Bottlcsy
A Y P EXPOSITION
RATES
Via Oregon Short Line R R 3750
from Ogden to Seattle and return
on
sale dally commencing June Int Ask
agents for further particulars
YOUNG COUPLE SECRETLY I
MARRIED TWO YEARS AGO
New York May 2S1he secret
marriage two years ago of Sylvester
Griswold Bryan son of Edward T
Bryan the former
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of a Chicago I
elevated railway system
and more ie
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ccntly president of the Intcrbojough
1 Rapid Transit of New York and Alice
Beatrice OBrien the daughter of John
T OBrIen and niece of Former Jus
tico Morgan OBrien was announced
here last night After the marriage in
a Catholic church on Juno 16 1907
the young couple continued to reside
with their respective parents until
jesteidav when they revealed their
secret
Act uioiiy
if you bavo n sudden chillif you have
cjhc cramp or diarrlioadont wait a min
ute Take a teaspoon of Perry Davis
Puinkillor in half agloEs of Lot water or milk
Youll be on tho road to quick recovery
Have this tried remedy on band for imme
diate use icing prepared is half tho bat
tie Now size bottles 3V il < o in 50c size I
SALT LAKE AND
I STATE NEWSd
CITATION IS ISSUED
TO BELLE TOPHAMM
Ordered to Show Cause In Third Dis
trict Court on Contempt
Proceedings
I Salt Lake May 2SDora B Top
ham Belle London president gen
crar manager and treasurer of the Cit
I izens Investment company must apJ
pear before Judge Charles W Morse
pi the Third district court at 10 o
clock Wednesday morning June IB
and show cause why she shall not bo
finished for contempt of court for
Ithe alleged Violation of tho absolute
Injunction tered by Judge Morse
I February 15 last enjoining her and
tho Citizens Investment company
from permitting or sUffering the so
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called stockade to be occupied by lewd
women and used for immoral pur
poses
t The citation to the woman to ap
pear June 16 was Issued by Judge
Morse on Thursday IL Is based up
on the affidavit of George Q Morris
orje of the four who visited the stock
ade a couple of weckfi ago Aftor set
ting forth the issuing by Judge Morse
of the temporary restraining order
February 15 enjoining the company
from permitting tho buildings to be
used for Immoral purposes tho affi
I davit charges that the London wo
man and thp company have knowingly
j and wilfully permitted courtesans i
harlots and other lewd women to oc I
cupy the promises for lewd purposes I
and cites the cases of Margaret Smith
Della Donaldson and Nellie Blair nil
of whom have been convjqted In jus
tices courts of soliciting and given
sentences In the county jail from
which they have appealed to the Third
district court in proof of this charge
The affidavit also names the follow
ing women who have it is alleged
been permitted to occupy the stockade
at one time or another for Immoral
purposes Myrtle Densmoie Louise
Hamilton Alice Mahan Sadie Clark I
Mrs C A > Taylor Nora Mason Lucile
Wilson Ruby Vauhn Lillian Parker
Lillian Johnson Helen Franklin Anna
Harris Junie Smith Peach Turloff
I Mare Brown Mabel Morano Lucy
Wilson and Mabel Walker
The affidavit further sets forth that
ts
in many of the court proceedings
against these women the Topham wo
man has executed bonds for their ap
pearance and In tho appeal cases ap
pears as surety on the bonds neces
sary on tho appeal
PROHIBITION LEAGUE
ORGANIZED
Provo May 28An enthusiastic
meeting of temperance people was
held lat evening in the court house
I with J H Frisby temporary chairman
and Eugene L Roberts temporar
I secretary
The following speakers addressed
I the meeting Louis S Fuller super
intendent Intermountain State Anti
I Saloon league who spoke mot encour
I aglngly of the progress the prohibition
movement was making throughout the
I I west aqd the entire country Judge J
I E Booth President J B Keeler J I
William Knight James G Duffin an d
other It was decided to petition the I
Proo city council to refuse to issue
any more liquor licenses after Decem I
I ber 31 and also to petition the board
of county commissioners to refuse to I
grant any licenses after that date and
1 to work in every legitimate way for I
the city and county to go dry This J
work was loft with the league which j
was organized with the following of
ficers James G Duff in president
i W Andelin secretary and treasurer
Headquarters committee Mrs M M
I Boyden Jesse Knight Joseph B
Keeler Mrs J W Aird Miss Alice L
I Reynolds L L Nelson Miss Joseph
ine Kellogg Hober C Jex and J H
Frisby
t J William Knight was persistent in
starting the fin ncial balj rolling and
I as a result a respectable fund was
collected to defray expenses of can
1 vassers
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Provo May 2SThe Beggar Stu
I
dent will be presented In the opera
j house next Monday and Tuesday
J rho Provo flftythousand olla
I school bond election resulted in a de
cisive victory for the schools for
bonds 223 against 43 i
The city attorney has been instruct j
ed to commence suit agalnot businessmen
I
men and firms delinquent In the pay j
ment of licenses and to Investigate
the case of tho ells Fargo Express
company which will not pay and la
the event of suit being commenced
will It Is expected carry the case to
the United States supreme court I
The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone
company claims It can not do busi
I ness In Provo If the proposed maxi
mum rate incorporated in tho fran
I chise granted bj the city council is
I maintained The auditor has appeared I
beforo the Conniorcal club and asked i
tho clubs assistance In having the i
franchise changed lie claims that his
company has lost on Provo business
12303 for the month of March
HYDRAULIC METHOD
TRANSFORMS CITY
Sat Lake City May 288talo En
gineer Caleb Tanner returned this
morning from a three weeks trip to
Seattle Ho went there ab the state 1
engineer to take observations on an
Important experiment being carried on
there which generally obtains In op
erations for hydraulic mining This
experiment is claimed Js practically
beyond the experimental stage and Is
developing Into a success It consists
in washing away whole hillsides near
Jackson street and carrying tho soil
by water down to build up sections of
tho city below which need filling In
Mr Tanner Is convinced of the value
of this principle as applied to proposed
operations In Utah This last consists
of similar transfers of soil from the
mountain side near Mar svale to the
j dam Como distance below The Seat
tle municipality IB moving the soil
Eby water at an expense of 15 cents
1 per cubic yard whereas to do the
same by steam shovel with the neces
sary ganga of men would cost about 22
dents i
COMPLICATED MONEY DEAL I
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Salt Lake City May 2SHV
Nichols who through mistake was
p ld twice by tho board of education
for drawing some plans for the man
ual training classes was called to tes
tify in the Investigation last night hold
by the board of education In re
gard to this Mr iNIchols said he
had been paid by Mr Brldwell su I
perintendent of buildings before his 1
claim had bcenI passed by tho board I
of education This amounted to 5175 I
Later he received a notice from L P
Judd clerk of the board he said
that there was some money for him
at the office Nichols called there and I
received the amount which was 5175
When he received the money the sec
ond time he thought It was for over
I time he said until he looked the mat
ter up on his books the next clay lie
discovered the mistake and took the
money back to Mrs Brldwoll
I At a former Investigation Mr Brid 1
well admitted having received this
money from Nichols Bridwell said
at that time that ho had advanced
the money to Ichols out of his own
personal accounts as he intended to
show Tho money that Nichols re I
ceived from the board Bridwell cred
ited to his own account to reimburso
i
himself for the same amount which
he advanced to Nichols In this Brid I
well Intends to show by his books i
I that the board of education lost noth I
Ing through the transaction Brldwoll
sas that Nichols signed the payroll I
after ho had been paid In advance
and then signed a voucher in the f
clerks office In this manner the
records In the clerks office show that i
Nichols was paid twice but in reality
I the board lost nothing
Thomas Leslie now janitor of tho
I science building of the High school
but formerly janitor of the Lincoln
school testified that only once was I
the school shut clown because of tho
heating plant and that there was noth
ing wrong with the power plant
I There will be another session of tho
investigation at 730 oclock tonight
FRANK MANTELL PAYS VISIT
Salt Lake City May 2SFrank
Mantell the well known welterweight
boxer came in from tho coast this
morning and leaves tonight for the
east to visit his home Since Mantel 1
left Salt Lake some months ago he has
won six straight fights but did not
pick up any great amount of wealth
The fight promoters where Mantel
has exhibited his prowess apparently
do not believe In giving the principals
of the shows any more than they I
can possibly help but on the const
Mantell picked up some coin His
last contest was at Sacramento on I
May 21 with Frank Mayfield whom
he beat in the thirteenth round Man I
tell now has a match on for July 5
at Sacramento with Twin Mike
Sullivan nnd he is confident of beat
ing him In one of his recent con i
tests Mantell easily defeated Rube
Smith I
NEW INCORPORATIONS I
Salt Lake City May 2SThe West I
ern Amusement company filed its ar
ticles of incorporation today with the
county cleric It has a capital stock
of 2000 divided Into shares of one
dollar each The company will carry
on a general amusement business in j
Salt Lake City this summer The of
ficers are F W Meyerhoeffor presi
dent and general manager Elmer E
Hull secretary and treasurer I
Articles of incorporation of fur Ash I
ton Brothers company wore filed today j
In the county clerks office With a
capital stock of 20000 the company
will carry on a general building and
real estate business In Salt Lake City
The officers of the company arc Ed
win F Ashton president George S
Ashton vice president and R J Ash I
ton secretary and treasurer I
TO EXPLORE CLIFFS I
Salt Lake City May 28 Prepara
tions arc being made for another trip
this summer to that part of southern
I Utah anciently occupied by the cliff
I dwellers from which so many valuable
relics have already been taken In i
addition to visiting and making fur
then excavations at the ruins dlscov
j eyed last year the party going this
i summer Intends to visit part of the
1 Navajo reservation and go over into j
Arizona Tho expedition Is being
financed by part of tho appropriation
of 2000 set aside for this purpose by I
ho last legislature augmented bv a
gift from Colonel Wall of 600 Those
taking part this season will be Dr
Edgar L Howett of Washington D
C rdhector Dean Cummings Noll
Judd Stewart Young Dr Fred J I
Pack Dr William Blum and Donald
Beauregard of the stale university 1
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what they greatly
thought and nobly
dared
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SALTLAKE I
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ought to comedown J
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perch to the won
I derful sales wo
I tt are having In Salt
Lake The big de
partment stores
are all having
sales nnd marking
tt everything even tt
feather sand
pillows DOWN
tt OGDEN You dont say
Business must bo
on the bum down
there Its on the
hum up here The
Reed Hotel and
tl t the Arlington have tl
been polishing
I up tho knobs to
1 beat the band
You have to tele
i graph ahead to so
tl cure a berth In or
order to be sure
of iL
You ought to
come up on the
Sunday excursion
tl Well take a nick t
el and walk up the
Canyon to the
Hermitage on the
new Electric May
tl bo one oi time tt
Wright boys will
be there with one
of their flying ma
chines and take
us up Malan
tl Heights to Nob
Hill and we can
look over the
ground for the new
Capitol building
Monday everything
tl will he dead Its
Decoration Da
Ve decorate In
tho hallowed spot
where the brave
tl old soldiers lay in
peaceful restNot
dead Its a ter
rible thing to be
dead You had bet
ter come to Ogden
tl whore things are t
alive r
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Will be open Tuesday
morning Everything for
Women
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E e ray Supp ies
Estimates Furnished
AH work guaranteed We sol
icit your patronage
Phone 731 Bell
2450 Wash eve
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