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i I e THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 18 1909
I I I J RANDOM
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Who is Kiddo
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Will Depart Saturday Two special
trains will leave Salt Lake Saturday
and a largo number of Ogden people
wll bo found on either of these Tho
first train nlll leave Saturday fore
< noon and will carry Governor Spry
= and his staff the High school cadets
of Salt Lake and several state offi
J cials and their friends This traIn
will run through on a special sched
n ule The second special will leave I
Ogden Saturday evening and will have
i on board the Salt Lake Tallernaclo
choir about sixty Ogdenltea aid GCV
oral hundred passengers from other
parts of the state
Ifjyou want high grade butter at
tho lowest market buy B G
Tabernacle Choir Tho train car
I rying tho Salt Lake Tabernacle choir
to Seattle will stop at tho more im
portant cities between Ogden and tho
I coast and tho choir will give concerts
at Boise City La Grande Portland
1 Tacoma and other cities and will also
I give n series of musical entertain
ments In Seattle during their sojourn
I In tho exposition city
t Read the Smithsonian Ad
t 1 D part for Northwest lr and Mrs
f I J E Ingles and daughter Miss Inez
1 left this afternoon on a two or three
weeks visit to Seattle Victoria and
i other points of interest They were
accoihpanied by Miss Annie Fackrell
yy I of Woods Cross
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249 Choice of ANY hat In stock
t 249 Millinery Dept at Wrights 3rd
f I floor
I Loavo For the Coast Albert Kleael
and his wife left this afternoon on
4 the Overland Limited for the Pacific
1 coast
i i In the baking of Hess Bread all
< hand work Is d
En Route to Seattle RM Robbins
U x assistant general passenger agent of
t tho Iowa Central system Is In tho
i i city on route to Seattle Portland and
the Pacific Northwest He Is accom
panied by Mrs Robbins and Is cover
Ing the trip leisurely
I The dining room at the Hermitage
is open every evening until midnight
Utah Day Traveling Passenger Ag
y ent A B Moscley says that elaborate
I arrangements are being perfected by
i i the Oregon Short Line passenger de
I partment to take care of those who
1 will attend the Seattle exposition on
Utah Day
Have you a horse you want broke
to ride Enter him at once for the
1 FourState Fair bucking contest I
l Thistle Club in the Canyon Many
f members of the Salt Lake Thistle club
came up over the Rio Grande road at
1130 this morning to meet with the
Scots of Ogden In an oldfashioned
Scottish reunion at The Hermitage
An Interesting and varied program of
exercises was arranged for the oc
casion and will bo enjoyed this after
noon and evening Tho visitors will
i leave for Salt Lake on a Rio Grande
special at 1045 tonight
1
I Tho dining room at the Hermitage
l is open every evening until midnight
1
1 Resolutions of RespectThe mOra
prominent officers of the Harriman
I and Gould roads have received ino
I morlum resolutions adopted by direc
tors of the Northwestern Land Iron
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THE BABY SHOW IS ON FOR THE
2ND WEEK AND MUCH INTEREST
i IS TAKEN TO DETERMINE THE
1 I PRETTIEST BABY
Following is tho vote
No1 72
j No3 78
No 12 b 53
1 r t No14 54
No 15 53
ti No 17 SI
I The pictures this week are excep
r tlqnally good and include five Blo
V graph reels of
1 THE CONVICTS SACRIFICE
STRANGE MEETING
v A BETTER WAY
CARDINALS CONSPIRACY
WITH HER CARD
1
One ScMg Feature
THE LEOPARD QUEEN
Showing the first Trained Leopards
ever shown in moving pIctures
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One Edison Fenture The Beautiful
Scotch Romance
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LOCHINVAR
With Scottish Airs and the Highland
I Fllug
II I
REMEMBER THE SILVER SPOON
I I MATINEE ISIS THEATER THURS
DAY THESE SPOONS ARE STER
I LING SILVER BEAUTIFULLY EN
j GRAVED
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Sliiiti
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Clearance Sane of
LINGERIE Waists
I j I 5200 225 and 300
t VALUES 90n
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i Long Kimonos in Light
t i Colors Specials i
k i 1010 and 135
j PANAMA DRESS SKIRTS In
Blue and Brown 600 QI rn
700 and S760 values iplDU
White Linen Suits
I 12 Values
u it I THE M H WYKES CO
2335 Wachlngton Ave
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Woman Will Ride V II J lid Steer
and Ride Bucking Bronehos
AT THE FOlJR STATE i
M i eas jm FAIR
Two Weeks From NExt ltndtay Sept 6 10 Jl 1909
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Look for Program of our Wild West Show It will be a FREE attraction on the Fair I
Grounds Stunts will be performed that will make Buffalo Bill envious of our Show
REMEMBER THE BIGFAIR SEPt 6 iL o 11 09 GET YOUR EXHIBITS EARLY
dJn it oIP > J I > = I ii lS t > 1 r 1 r
I company and directors of the Denver
Ijaramlo C Northwestern Railroad
company over tho death of Arthur E
Welby formerly general superinten
dent of the Denver Rio Grande road
The resolutions are of a highly eulog
istic character and pay Mr Welby a
tribute of respect that Is generally in
dorsed by all who knew him
Vho is Kiddo
Attorney From Colorado John T
Pope an attorney who recently came
to Ogden from Colorado has opened
offices in tho First National bank
building Mr Pope Is said to be heav
ily Interested in oil propositions
Get the bestStore Lewis Good
Coal now and save money Phones 149
Entertained EmployesPaine
Hurst delightfully entertained twenty
three of their employes at a banquet
at tho Reed hotel last evening Tho
merry company was seated aJ a long
table at which happiness abounded
and a delicious menu was enjoyed
The dining room at the Hermitage
is open every evening until midnight
From New Orleans Secretary of
State McGllvy and wife of New Or
leans Louisiana and Mr and Mrs
Leon irwIn and Mrs E L Call also
of New Orleans were guests at tho I
Rood hotel yesterday on their way to
the National Park
We pay the highest market price
for live Hogs and Veals and are al
ways in the market Ogden Packing
and Provision Co
Meat Dealers Case Tho Ogden
moat dealers who were arrested yes
terday on complaint of tho state pure
food commissioner for selling adulter
ated meats appeared before Judge
Murphy this morning No pleas were
entered however and their cases
will not be taken up until tomorrow
morning
Half price sale continues this week
Blair Millinery 2515 Washington aver
nun
Sacred Heart Academy beau
tiful prospectus descriptive of the dif
ferent educational courses and the
splendid work that has been accom
plished at the Sacred Heart academy
has been issued A greater enroll
ment than ever Is looked for at the
school this year many students from
other states already having signified
their intention of attending the acad
emy
You save money by storing your
winters supply of coal before Sep
tember IsLThe Coal in hard or
v
soft 2001 pounds in every ton Sburt
lift Company
Funeral Thursday Funeral ser
vices over the remains of Thomas
Shpley will bo held at 2 oclock
Thursday afternoon at the Third
ward meeting house Bishop C E Pe
terson will preside Interment will bo
in the Ogden City cemetery Tho re
mains may bv viewed at the residence
2338 Lincoln avenue from 10 oclock
In the morning until 1 oclock In the
afternoon
Rock Springs Kommorer Costlo
Gale Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
Death of R E Huffctcttler Robert
Emmanuel Huffstettler aged fifty
sown years died at 10 oclock this
morning at the Ogden General hos
pital after a ten days Illness follow
ing an operation for appendicitis H e
Is survived by his wife four sons and
seven daughters also three Bisters
Mrs Margaret McCoy and Mrs Laura
Brothers of Kosse Texas Mrs Mary
Olles Stanford Arkansas and ono
hrother W S Huffatcttler of Ty Ty
Georgia Mr Huffstettler has been a
resident of Ogden for nineteen years
nail at the time of his death was fore
man of a bridge gang on the Southern
Pacific railroad which position he has
held for seventeen years Notice of
funeral will be published later
Rooms at Hospital It was announc
ed today that several of the fraternal
organizations of Ogden are taking
steps toward the furnishing of rooms
at the new Dee hospital the construc
tion of which has been progressing
rather slowly but satisfactorily never
theless
Uco Freczlne In Chicago B
Hanuk of TIanak Co of Chicago
dealers in butchers supplies
was quot
ed by a local retail moat dealer this
morning as having staled while in
thin city calling on the trade yester
day that his house is selling about as
much Procaine and Piuscrvallno
to the butchers of Chicago and 1111
nols as over Tho meat dealers of tho
stato of Illinois make it a point to
have cards on the meat explaining
what percentage of FreeBine or
Prcservallno has been used so that
tho purchaser will know exactly what
he Is getting I
Horses Starving The attention of
the police was called this morning to I
two horses which arc said to ho starv
ing to death on tho old Farr farm east I
of Glen wood Stops wore taken at
once to Qfiro for the poor animals I
From Hamburg Germany Friends
In Ogden have received souvenir pos J
tain front Orson Douglas who Is doing
missionary work at Hamburg Ger
many He writes that ho Is In good
health and cnj jlng his sojourn In
that country Immensely
Kodak FinlshlngTripp Studlo340 25th
I Decorations R tal nedTha decora
tions on tho city hall and the band
I stand In the square will remain until
after tho inception to 1V M Bostaph
senior commanderluchiefelect of the
G A R Monday evening
That Good Coal2OOO pounds to
a ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gate Bamberger Ogden Coal
Co 3121 Washington avenue Both
I phones 2000
I Returns From Wyoming Joseph
Strenge has returned from Rock
I Springs Vyo whore he has been pur
chasing wool for eastern parties
COAL Rock Spring Castle Gato
and Clear Creek Gllletto Coal Co
153 West 27th St Phones 1074
Homes In the Canyon Several Og
den capitalists are having plans drawn
for summer homes to bo erected In the
canyon next season The new houses
are to be of attractive pattern and I
will call for the expenditure of thous I
ands of dollars A feature of most of
tho new canyon homes will be tho
grounds upon which considerable I
money will be spent In making them
beautiful
j
Advertisers must nave their copy for
tho Evening Standard tho evening
fore tho day on which tho advertise
ment Is to appear in order to insure
publication
The best carriage service at Allens
for pi Kate calls funerals or opera
Also piompt baggage delivery Both I
phones 22 412 25th stroot
COAL celebrated Peacock Roc
Springs nut tho summer coal John
Farr Phono 27
One hundred bucking horses want
ed at the FourState Fair Enter at
once
Box PartyPaul Paulson gave a
box party to a number of his friends
at ono of the theaters last night fol
I lowed by a supper at the Falstaff In
the party were visiting railroad offi
cials and newspaper men
Will Reside In OgdenF W Mar
chant civil engineer of the Union Fuel
and Wyoming Fuel companies has
come to Ogden to reside
PUBLIC RECEPTION TO
SENIOR VICE COMMANDER I
A meeting is hereby called at the
City flail park Monday August 23rd
at S p m tp which all citizens are in
vited the object of tho meeting be
ing to tender a public reception to
Major W M Bostaph recently elected
senior vicecommander of the Grand
Army of the Republic at tho last en
campment hold in Salt Lake City
This will afford an opportunity lo ev
ery patriotic citizen to show bin al
I preciation of distinguished honor j
bestowed upon our city through the
I election of our fellow townsman to the
second most important office hi the
Grand Army of the Republic I
HYRUM BELNAP
VicePresident of the Chamber of
Commerce
I
Equal parts of turpentine and kero I
sene applied with flannel make an ef
fective and cheap furniture polish I
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BAD DREAMS
Caused by Coffee
I have been a coffee drinker moro
or loss ever since I can remember I
until a few months ago I became more
I and more nervous and irritable and
finally I could not sleep at night for I
I wan horribly disturbed by dreams of j
all sorts and a species of distressing J
nightmare
j
Finally after hearing the exper I
ionce of numbers of friends who had
quit coffee and wore drinking Postum
and learning of tho great benefits they
had derived 1 concluded coffee must
bo the cause of my trouble so 1 got
some Postum and had it made strictly i
according to directions
I was aslonlhed at the flavor and
taste It entirely took the place of i
coffee and lo my very groat satisfac i
tion 1 began to sleep peacefully and I
sweetly My nerves Improved and I
wish I could wean every man woman
and child from the unwholesome drug
ordinary coffee
People really do not appreciate or I
I realize what a powerful drug It is and I
I what terrible effect It has on tho hu
man system If they did hardly a
pound of it would he sold 1 would
never thing of going back to coffee
ngaln I would almost as noon think
of putting my hand in a fire after I
had once been burned
A young lady friend of ours had
stomach trouble for a long time and
could not get well as long ns silo used
coffee Sho finally quit coffee and be
gan the use of Posluni and Is now
perfectly well Yours for honl h I
Road Tho Road to Wollvllle In I
pkgs Theres a Reason I
Ever read the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
are genuine ruo and full of human
Interest 1
PRESIDENTS
DAY TO BE
SEPf 26
ITINERARY FOR UTAH HAS BEEN
MADE PUBLIC
Head of the Nation Will Arrive in Og
den at Noon on Sunday
I September 26
5
President Taft on his trip across
I the continent will reach Ogden onI
Sunday September 26 I I
The Presidents itinerary Is as fel i
lows I
Arrive Prove 115 p m Friday
September 21 j
Arrive Salt Lake City 130 same
day
dayReview
Review of the troops and banquet
I at Fort Douglas about 6
Organ recital tabernacle 9 oclock
Saturday morning September Lo
Luncheon Saltalr about noon
Visit to Country club L oclock to 4
Dinner at Alta club C to S
Public reception Commercial club
S to 10
Review living flag 930 oclock Sun
day morning Sept 26
Speech at tabernacle at 10
Leave for Ogden at noon
Arrive at Ogden at 1 p m
Depart for Idaho at 1 p m
SUPTe PARK
RETURNS I
nOME
HE HAS BEEN ENJOYING A COAST
OUTING
Has Been Out of Touch With Railroad
News and Could Give No Infor
mation on Changes
General Superintendent W F Park
rof the Union Pacific system arrived
from tho west in his private car last
evening and after a brief business con
ference with Superintendent Whitney
of the Utah division of that load con
tinued on lo headquarters at Omaha
When questioned regard lug prevail I
ing rumors of Important railroad ac
quisitions In tho cast by the Union Pa
chic company and the early establish
ment of a through service between
New York and the Pacific const Sup
erlutendent Park said he knew noth
ing on the subject except what he had j
read in San Francisco newspapers and
was not in a position lo discuss the 1
subject at this time He said he had I
been outside the zone of inside rail
road information for lWo weeks and
had been quietly enjoying a two weeks
vacation with his family on the COhst
They had visited Los Angeles tho Cat
alina islands Santa Barbara San
Francisco Ixiko Tahoe and other pop
ular resorts and had thoroughly enjoy
ed the trip
During bis sojourn on the coast he
had met many old Union Pacific peo
ple and he had been glad to renew
tlio friendships and to learn that tho
boys were all doing well and wore
pleasantly situated
lI0ao anxious to get back to head
quarters and resume olrtcliil harness
and If there were any new or Import
ant changes In tho future tho old Un
ion Pacific would be qulto able to
take caro of them and keep the ball
rolling In good shape And the big
man smiled benignly stepped onto
his prhnte car waved an adieu to his
friends and a moment later tho long
passenger train pulled out for a thous
and mlle trip to the Missouri river
I
RAILROADS ORDERED
TO SHOW FULL RATES
The following order has boon issued
by the Nevada State Railroad Com
mission and Is of particulur Interest to
local merchants
There being numerous complaints
made to this commission informally
by various shippers and consignees In
the Stale of Nevada respecting the I
rendering of freight bills by several
railroads operating In the State of Nc
vadn the freight bills referred to
showing in some instances the point
of origin of shipment dCBtinntlou I
character of goods weight and
charges but eliminating the riles upj
on which charges are assessed and
In other Instances showing advanced
niiMnes and eliminating advance
lechargc rates thus making it InIIJUs
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Beckers is the clteanest plant
2s e c eaves an Y
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i one man whose name we have has seen thebreweries
of the east and west and gives to the Becker Brewery this high
I compliment M i
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we insist on cleanliness t jS
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I every room every vessel every pipe through I
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which this beer passes must be spotless
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from the great white floor of the malting room f7
through the shining brass kettle where it is i
1 bottled I
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f i to the sterilized bottles in which it is delivered it
i there is a condition of cleanliness and sweetness which v > 1
gives to our beer fresh wholesome taste n < 5 Jr
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the water you take from the city mains is not as clean
for before a drop of water enters Beckers Brewing 1 I
ti Process it is thoroughly distilled
mss
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siblo for the average consignee to
check his freight bills with any do
greo of rr curacy this commission
after careful Investigation of the mat
ter has doomed it advisable to make
the following ruling to govern all rail
roads operating in the State of No
aria It Is therefore ordered that all
railroads operating tho State of Ne
vada when rendering freight bills to
consignees at the point of delivery of
shipments must show tho rate assess
ed from point of origin to point of des
tination
In all cases where freight bills car
ry advance charges the rate or rates
used in assessing the advance charges
must bo shown and also the rate or
rates used in assessing the line
charges thus specifically naming the
I through rate This order is to take I
I effect on September 1 1909 I
LAGOON RESORT IS I
CLOSED FOR SEASON
Early Date Chosen So That the Work
of Electrifying Line May
Be Rushed
Lagoon resort will close Its regular
picnic season tonight and the last
train for the resort each day will
leave Ogden nt 6 p m with the regu
lar faro of 50 cents for the round
trip in effect
Juke Borgorman lessee of the re
sort will keep the bar and some of
tho stands open for the remainder of
the summer season and the restaurant I
will be kepi open under the manage I
men of Joseph Sands This will be
done in order to accommodate thu
automobile parties and those who
wish to visit the resort on the regu I
lar trains of the Salt Lake Ogden
Utali Water
MeRon
Ripe and sweet
each 10 nnd 5c
Every one gunrnnteed
Ripe Tomatoes bushel 75c
Cooking Apples best yon
can gel large size 7
pounds 25c
Fancy Peach Plums lb 3
Pie Pumpkins o and yel
low each 10c
Crib Apples for preserving
10 pounds 25 >
Bin ek N a t i ve Currants
stpmmed and cleaned a
cups 25
Smith Grocery
THE BUSY STORE
Twentysixth and Washington
Both Phonos Bell 91 Ind 1163
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MR FIRE O fn e
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11 Although we were partially burned out on Tuesday Aug 17
i we are still doing business at the old stand We can still fill
your orders for
Hlorrseradosh D1rno1 Pkkks
We supply the best on the market
SupeIriiolr IHIorseradish
1lIDl1llii Jkle COo
t 2330 Wall Ind Phone 266
I I U 0 17 J r J Ot > > < f iJ rd r u =
railroad The bathing pavilion and
other concessions will ho closed
The closing of the resort at his
early date Is done so that the number
of trains may be cut down to the I
minimum and thus hasten the work of
elcctrfylng the road which will be
completed before November The an
nual picnic of the Butchers and Gro
cers of Ogden and Sail Lake which
was to have been held at Lagoon has i
been called off and there will be no
I moro special outings at the Davis
county resort this season Work on
Improvements at tho resort will begin
at an early date and heforo the regu
lar openings for 1010 a large slIm will
havo been spent by the lessee and
owners
Cars Are Finished
Word was rccc edattbe offices
of the Salt Lake Ogden railroad yes
terday to the effect that the first con
signment of electric cars was nearly
finished at the Jewott shops at
Marion Ohio Tho first lot of these
cars will ho shipped to Denver where
they will he on exhibition at the an
nual convention of 11 American
1 Street and Interurban Railroads asso
ciation from September 9 to Soptora
ber S
Work of electrifying the road Is pro
grossing rapidly with a force of neatly
200 mon engaged The company has
decided to erect an auxiliary steam
electric plant at Lagoonl The com I
1 pany will buy Its power from outside
companies for sonic time The gangs
began work yesterday stringing the
feeder wires from Ogden I
The site for the auxiliary plant at
Farnilugton has not yet been deter
mined but It will probably be Just
south of the Lagoon resort and close
to the main lino of the road
TROPHIES OF ROOSEVELT
HUNT IN AFRICA ARRIVE
0
New York Aug IS Twenty casks
end nine cases containing specimens
trophies of the hunt collected by thu
I Roosevelt expedition In South Africa
were brought hero today on tho steam 1
or Piovincla from Marseilles The
i
spociments representing twenty till
feront kinds of animals will be for
warded to the Smithsonian Inslltutloa
nt Washington
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O 0
O SEVERAL INJURED IN 0
O RIOT AT McKEES ROCK 0
0 Plttsburg Pa Aug ISOue 0
O man was shot and several oth 0
O ers were slightly injured by 0
G stones during a small riot 0
O today in the vicinity of the 0
O Pressed Steel Car companys 0
O works at McKces Rocks 0
O where a strike has been in 0
O progress for six weeks 0
O When fifty strikers attempt 0
f en to prevent an alleged striKe v
O breaker entering the plant the 0
O man fired three shots into the 0
O crowd Tho stale constabulary 0
O dispersed the strikers °
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AMUSEMENTS
Both Phones 323
THEATRE
Formerly Grand Opera House
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
THE FUTURITV WINNER
CLARK i SuRGMAN
MARTINI AND MAXIMILLIAN
THE KEMPS
OLLIE YOUNG BROS
LUIGI BROS
KINODROME
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
Matinees Wednesday and Sat
urday Prices Matinee I5c
25c 60c box scat 75c Even
ing 16c 25c 60c 76c box seat
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