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I Y L AND Y M M I A
CONFERENCE HELD SUNDAY
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The quarterly conference of tho Y
I i I L and Y M M I A was held In tho
1 Tabernacle last evening under tho
I i direction of President Henry A Anderson
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derson
I i The meeting was opened by the con
II gregation singing 0 Ye Mountains
krrHigh was offered
of
I 1 t fared by President John V Bluth at
tar which D Parsowith Sang Resig
I I I nation
I I Tho next speaker Mary E Conley
i I the editor of the Young Ladies Jour
I I j nal expressed her great pleasure In
f I the work being done by tho associa I
I tion in the stake and urged the young
I people to study themselves that they
i might understand how to resist temp
tation She also said that we should
not only think of our own pleasures
but to do good unto others Through
out her talk she spoke of the joy of
being pure In heart of followIng tho Il
I teachings of Christ
I Following Mrs Conleys talk tho
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congregation was favored with a vio
lin solo Cavantina toy Walter Zie
meG played with fine touch and ex
pression
Mrs Martha Tlngey general presi I
dent of the Y L M I A then spoke
briefly and congratulated the officers I
of the Y L and Y M I A on tho
Good work done by them and hoped
that they would continue In the same
way She further said that it took
tho individual work of each member
to make success of any organiza
tion She also spoke of the summer
told tho
course of Instruction and
young people to be careful during the
summer season of amusements and
not to indulge in them too much
The next number was a solo Jesus
Therefore etc from Lazarus sung
by Miss Maud Belnap
Alfred J Higgs general secretary
of the Y M M > I A then spoke at
length of the work done by that asso
ciation He stated that he had been
much interested in the program of tho
day and complimented tho presidency
of the stake for their interest in the
work and also for the efficient corps
of officers in the organization Ho
also spoke of the benefits obtained
partaking of tho good Influence of
good men and good looks and also 1
how injurious It Is to associate with
evil persons and to rend evil publi
cations Ho further said that It is
the Intention of the board to recom
mend a series of good books which
he hoped the young people would read
carefully
Mrs McFarland president of the
Y L M I A of the stake thanked
the visitors for their presence and
their good words There was a very
good attendance at the services and
all were dpubtlcss much benefited
After singing Doxology and thc
I benediction by loss Kate Tolhurst
the conference was adjourned
I Samuel P Wbltakcr presided at the
organ and Caleb Marriott conducted
I Uic singing
I The pulpit and stand wore beauti
I fully decorated with palms and
peonies
A great many people
brighten their polished
floors by wiping them
once or twice a month
with a cloth dipped in
milk
A better way is to use
Ivory Soap and luke
warm water Apply with
a soft cloth Use very
little water Wipe dry
with another soft cloth
By following this
method you clean your
floors as well as brighten
them
Ivory Soap
994 Per Cent Pure
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I I THE EXPERT INFORMATION IMPARTED WILL MATERIALLY AID A LADY INOB r
I TAINING A CORSET WITCH WILL ENHANCE THE WAIST LINE
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I TUNITY TO RECEIVE SUCH INFORMATION
II THERES A MODEL FOR EVERY FIGURE STOUT SLENDER OR MEDIUM
COME AND SEE THEM WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT
i Giganuc Sale of Wash Goods n
and Domesfiics r
11 With June comes the warm weather and everybody will be interested in summer materials
I The Backward Season forces us to make this sacrifice
I 50 Remnns
I COTTON GOODS REMNANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MARKED DOWN TO ABOUT
HALFPRICE
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GINGHAMS PERCALES MADRAS CLOTHS OXFORD SUIIINGSLINLT5 COTTON
C1IALL1ES CREPES LAWNS ETC
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The Greatest Readytowear Sale Ever
Inaugurated Ogden Begins Monday
350 TAILORMADE SUITS AT HALF PRICE
r 35 SILK JACKETS AT HALF PRICE
50 CRAVENETTE RAIN COATS AT HALF PRICE
75 LADIES SP3UNQ JACKETS 3313 PER CENT OFF
60 VOILE SKIRTS FROM 20 TO 25 PER CENT OFF
40 SILK SKIRTS AT COST
125 WOOL SKIRTS AT COST
150 LACE WAISTS FROM 20 TO 25 PER CENT OFF
225 125 to 150 WHITE SHIRT WAISTS 98
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JUST RECEIVED A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LINGERIE PRINCESS DRESSES AND DUCK AND
LINEN SUITS
HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR NOW ON SALE
HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF EMBROIDERY AT HALF PRICE
35c 50c and 60c FANCY RIBBONS
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OfiDEN
WILL Do ALL HE CAN TO BRING
CAPITALTO OGDEN
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Condition Is That 500000 Be Raised
For Erection of > Capitol
Building
Oy Salt Lake lis considerably 0
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O Weber club was called out of 0
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O Lake newspaper and requested 0
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Samuel Ncwnouse spent yesterday
afternoon in Ogden lie was accom
panied by Colonel John Montgom
ery and Hon George W Baxter They
arrived early in the afternoon and
went immediately to the Weber club
where they took luncheon being the
guests of Horace and Harold Peery
At the luncheon were present Mr
Newhouse Mr Montgomery Mr Bax
ter Mayor Brewer President A R
owood and Horace and Harold
Peery
Later they took an automobile for
Ogden canyon points where they re
mained until early evening It was ad
mitted that the purpose of their trip
to Ogden was tho investigation of lo
cal details concerning a monster irri
gation project in this vicinity Two
years ago Samuel NeWhouse bought a
site In Weber canyon which was con
sidered to have all tho natural advan
tages for a reservoir and also pur
chased right of way for a high line
canal which would supply an abu
dance of water to many thousands of
acres of land which is lying idle or is
being used to a disadvantage in dry
farming The site is said to have cost
Mr Newhouse 75000 cash
Since 1hoorlginal purchase
nothing was done until about
two months ago when Mr
Nowhouse Invited Colonel Montgom
ery to make him a visit and investi
gate the property Colonel Mont
gomery responded immediately and
made his first visit to the site two
months ago at which time he stated
that it would require further attention
which he vouldiglve on his return
from the Pacific tcoast Yesterday he
returned being accompanied by for
mer Senator George W Baxter of New
Jersey and with Mr Newhouse took
a trip to Weber canyon Both Colonel
Montgomery and former Senator Bax
ter are considered to be the best oC
authority on Irrigation matters and
while they seemed elated over the
prospect of the affair declined to give
out a statement of their ideas pre
ferring evidently to go into the mat
ter thoroughly before saying any
thing
While at the Weber club the ques
tion of locating the state capital at
Ogden came up and when Mr New
house was asked for his view of the
matter he said
Gentlemen of OgdenIf you will
show me some evidence that you can
raise 500000 for the erection of a
capitol building with all my heart and
soul I will do everything within my
power to bring the capital to Ogden
This statement coming from a man
so well known in Utah a man who
has done perhaps more than any other
individual or corporation toward the
upbuilding and material progress ot
the state cannot be taken lightly and
must be considered as the greatest
boost this city has yet received in her
fight for the state capital
After their return from their trip to
Ogden canyon Colonel Montgomery
and former Senator Baxter got aboard
the Overland en route to New York
After seeing them off on their train
Mr Newhouse returned to Ogden can
yon where he gave a dinner party at
which were the following guests
Miss MacDalo and Mrs Irvine of
Salt Lake Miss Pcttijohn and Miss
Pointchester of Kansas City Miss Du
senberry of Provo Mrs D H Peer
Mr and Mrs H E Ioery Mr and
Mrs II H Peery and Harmon Peciy
Mr Newhouse was charmed with
the canyon and announced his Inten
tion of taking a cottage in the vicin
Its of Idlewild and spending at least
a part of the summer there
5000 ACRES STATE LAND TO BE
sold at Auction at Burley Idaho on
June 15lh Lands are undor Govern
I ment Canals and will be sold In 10
acre tracts to the highest bidder Re
duced rates from Utah points June
12th lath and 14th From Idaho
points June 13th 14th and 15th Ask
Oregon Short Line agents for rates
and further particulars or address D
E Burley General Passenger Agent
Room 201 Desoret News Building Salt
Lake City Utah City Ticket Office
201 Main Street
WESTON RESUMES HIS
WALK AT MIDNIGHT
Granger Wyo Juno in Edward
Payson Woston passed Mnsston the
first station east of Granger lonlght
lie Is waiting for a new pair of shoes
He expects to resume his walk at mid
night
EXCURSION TO BURLEY IDAHO
via O S L June 12 13 11 account
sale ot State Lands Tickets good to
return until June 25 Ask agents for
inrticulnrs
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SEASON FOR GAME FISH
WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY
Salt Lake June 1Tho trout sea
son opens Tuesday morning The rush
on the sporting goods and hardware
stores last night told of many parties
leaving today anti Monday for tho
fishing grounds Mpndny night a reg
ular procession fishermen will leave
the city In evory kind ot a conveyance I
Not only will there be things offered I
in trout but the bnss in Utah lake I
and In tho other good fishing spots
will be fair play and a big day is at
hand
Reports from the streams and lakes
show that there are plenty of game
ffsh this year There will be only one
I bad feature for tho opening day the I
streams arc still cloudy with mud and
the selection of flies will give plenty
of chance for close guessing The
water is clearing fast however and
wit1 in a week should be clear The
demand for licenses has been heavy
and the new regulations of the game
laws have met with the hearty sup
port of all true fishermen
Game Commissioner Chambers has
his new force In working order and a
strict enforcement of tho law is the
rule
SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
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BRUTAL ATTACK
ATTACKMADE
MADE UPON MAN
S lt Lake June 13It Is dangerous
to talk about AV W Finn and his
management at the fair grounds
One of the most unprovoked as
saults in tho police annals of tho city
was seen yesterday evening in front
of the Cullen hotel when W W Finn
general manager of tho Utah Jockey
club struck Tom F Rooney a local
newspaper man After delivering to
blows to the face Finn continued the
brutal assault by kicking Rooney in
the stomach
W H Gleason promoter and trea
surer of the Jockey club was holding
Roonny at the time ot the last assault
Finn was dragged away by Associate
Judge I Jay Davidson with whom
Rooney had been talking A warrant
charging Finn with assault will be
sworn out Monday
The affair was the outcome of the
gang rule applied at Ihe fair grounds
jestorday when Tames Hanby press
representative of the Bulle Jockey
ciub Sam Klein a bookmaker and
George Williams his clerk were or
dered from tho grounds The reasons
given for the rulings was that the
men named were alleged to haVQ made
statements that they could not prove
which reflected upon the name of the
Ulan Jockey club management Also
that they were influencing the local
reports as to the things that went
on at the track At the same time
Tern Rooney was warned to keep
still or he too would beousted
Returning from the races Mr
Rooney was standing In front of the
Cullcn hotel talking to Judge Jay Da
vidson when Finn followed by Glea
son suddenly approached him and de
manded If he Rooucy had anything
on him
Mr Rooney had both his lianas
akimbo as Finn followed by Gleason
approached and was taken complete
ly by surprise Mr Rooney replied
Why Mr Finn J dont care to dis
cuss a matter of this kind on the pub
lic streets Its no place to argue
Without a sign or a word of warn
ing Finn let fly his right arm and
planted two stinging blows on the
newspaperman Before Mr Roonoy
could recover from his surprise David
son who was standing close by
grabbed Finn about the shoulders
Gleason who was close behind his
general manager jumped into tho
breach between the newspaper man
and his general manager and inter
fered with any retaliation by the news
paper man
While still clasped in the arms of
Davidson Finn reached out with n
vicious kick and planted his shoe in
the abdomen of Rooney
Finn weighs close to 200 pounds
while Mr Rooney weighs about 140
pounds and is a comparative Invalid
having come west for his health
Finn was hurried off by Davidson
while Gleason the backer and finan
cier of the carpet bag meeting re
mained behind to villify the newspa
per man for his criticism of the hum
ping of the horses at the fair grounds
meeting
The ruling against James Hanby
made because he was causing the lo
cal newspapers to mention the
things that went on at the track
met with a good laugh from the sport
ing writors who have been covering
the races Mr Hanby has a signed
statement from all of the local news
paper men saying in connection
We might add that his Hanbys
views at which the officials found
fault were unanimously concurred In
The real reason for enforcement of
the gag rule against Mr Hanby and
Mr Rooney is personal spite on the
part of Finn and further against Mr
Hanby because he is signing up horses
I for the Butte meeting
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
AUTHORITY OVER ROADS
Salt Lake City Juno 13 County
commissioners should appoint the
county road commissioners according r
to an opinion given yesterday by Al
bert R Barnes attorney general on
I request of R W King attorney for
Mlllard county The attorney gener
als opinion follows
In regard to the collection of road
poll tax under the provisions of chap
ter 119 of tho laws of Utah 1900 chap
ter 2 title 64 of the compiled laws of
Utah 1907 are expressly repealed
I Chapter 119 of the laws of Utah 1909
became effective on May 11 and the
repeal of chapter 2 title 30 compiled
laws of Utah 1907 became effective
at that time
In my opinion tho county commis
sioners should appoint a county road
commissioner an provided this act
and further the office of road super I
visor is now abolished It is of course
Impossible for the county road com
missioner to comply strictly with the
provisions of section 7 chapter US
I do not think however that tho giv
ing of the notice required in section
17 is a necessary preliminary to tho
collection of tho tax and I think that
the tax may be collected and should bo
collected even though such notice has I
not been given
I would suggest however that a
notice might be given at this time
and the collection made under such
notice
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RAISING CARP ON
ONFLOODED
FLOODED FARMS
Provo June 13Y H Ray re
turned today from Benjamin where he
holds a mortgage on a farm that Is
four feet under water When ho called
to sec the mortgagee he found him
rounding up the herd of carp on tho
farm Soon the fish were ready for
market and although the form was
planted to beets and alfalfa which
have been Inundated for the past sev
eral days it Is expected that the re
turns from the carp Industry will be
sufficient to raise the Indebtedness
O S L EXCURSION TO SALT
Lake City every Sunday 100 round
trip Eight daily trains to and from
the Capital
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Board of Trustees of the Utah
School for the Deaf and the Blind de
I sires separate bids upon tho remodel
ing of the Main Building tho comple
tion ot the Annex Building the com
pletion of the Boiler House and the
installation of the Webster system In
the Hospital Building according to
plans and specifications on file in the
office of F C Woods Co architects
First National Bank Building Ogden
lJah Bids will be opened at the
school at 1000 a m June 19th 1909
Each bid must bo accompanied by a
certified check of five per cent of the
amount of bid
FRANK M DRIGGSSuperintendent
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PKOBATS AND
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES I
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
Information
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE
Estate of Samuel Farrow deceased
The undersigned will sell at pri
vate sale on or after the 25th day of
June 1909 the following described real
property belonging to tho said estate
A part of the northeast and north
west quarters of section 2G township
5 north range 1 west Salt Lake Merid
ian U S Survey Beginning at a
point 1505 chains south of tho north
I west corner of sam northeast quarter
and running thence south 85 12 de
grecs E 2 73100 chains thence south
2 29100 chains thence south 85 12
degrees E 60100 chains thence south
09 degrees W 8 chains more or less
to the line of the Union Pacific Rail
I way Companys right of way thence
north 71 12 degrees W along said I
right of way to the west line of said
northeast quarter section thence north
40100 chains thence north 85 12
degrees W 3 30100 chains thence
north 1 34 degrees E4 29100 chains
thence south 85 12 degrees E 3 25100
chains to the place of beginning With
water right
Written bids will be received at the
office of N J Harris attorney for said
estate rooms 109410 First National
Bank Building in Ogden City Utah
Terms of sale cash ten per cent pay
able at the time of the sale and the
I balance upon confirmation by the
I court
Dated June 12 1909
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FLORA KEYES Administratrix
N J Harris Attorney for Administra
trix
NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL
PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE
I Estate of William Stimpson Deceas
ed
The undersigned will sell at pri
vate sale two shares of stock in the
Zions Cooperative Mercantile Insti
tution on or after the 25th day of
Juno 1909 Written bids will he re
ceived by the undersigned adminis
trator at his residence in Riverside
Weber County Utah Terms of sale
cash WILLIAM STIMPSON Jr
Administrator
N J Harris Attorney for Adminis
I trator G 12 lot
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Two novel shades of grey
Have made a hit among the
well dressed men through S
out the country
We have just received
these special suits and It
will be some time before
you will be able to find
them elsewhere In this
town
Common shades of grey
arc not becoming to all
men but the new peculiar
tones arc good for moot
everyone
Tell Everybody
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Modem Clothes
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Washington Avonuo
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The Early Bird
The man who thinks he Is going to
succeed merely because he gets up
early Is likely to bo a failure
Coffee
Just Coffee but perfect
Coffee
Your grocer will grind it
better if ground at homenot l
too fine
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ELECTR C RONS
DO YOU KNOW
The Superior Electric Flallron
Best on Earth is sold bj Snivel
Hendry Wo also carry an up
todate lino of fans Call and see
us
Snively Uendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Avc I
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Mitchell Br oWe > n o
We can save you money on
J MONUMENTS
OF Head ones 3
Do not bo misled by lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big com
missions to agents but see us
y and save money Yards 2003
Jefferson No reasonable offer J
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