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o THE STANDARD OGDSN UTAlt WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1909 1 11
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Ready for Fall Outfitting
FRED M NYE CO
The House of Good Clothes
2413 Washington Ave
RDOM I
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GIRLS WANTED AT WASATCH
ORCHARD CO CANNING FACTORY
WEST OGDEN
Now upright piano for sale cheap
for cash Apply to Jod Ballantyne
2539 Orchard
CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
opens next Saturday evening
Many Peoplp In Brlgham Hun
dreds of Ogden people aro In Brig
ham City today participating In the
festivities of peach day A visitor
from there states that the llttlo city
Is completely filled with people and
that the display of peaches and the
rendition of the program for the day
aro exquisitely superb Peach Day
Is Brigham Clt banner day
See Princess Millinery opening
Millinery opening Thurs Fri and
r Sat of thlo week All Invited N L
Spurgeon Millinery Co 2372 Wash
Ave
4 CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY I I
M opens next Saturday evening
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Mall Your Checks Bills and sub
F 1 scrlptlons duo tho Fair Association
should bo paid at once as the money
r is needed to pay the premiums Mall
1 your check at once
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WANTEDGIRLS AT UTAH CAN
NING FACTORY CORNER 29TH
AND PACIFIC FOUR CENTS PER
PAIL FOR PEALING
COAL celebrated Peacock Rock
Springs nut the summer coaL John
Farr Phono 27
° CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
opens next Saturday evening
Insane Soldiers Twentythree In
sane soldiers from different mllltarj
posts on the Pacific coast will arrlv
in Ogden Tuesday eu route to the mil
Itary asylum at Washington D C
The unfortunate men occupy a tour
J 1st car and arc accompanied by a slat
of surgeons and nurses and the whole
is In command of A E Truby wlu
HHH HI i
Oracle S B sGlobe
THE LAST VEEK OF THE BAB
SHOW IS NOW ON AND THE VOTE
ON FIRST COUNT FOLLOWS
1 120
S 169
23 131
34 145
50 ISO
THERE ARE FIVE MIGHTY SWEE1
BABIES TO VOTE FOR AT THE
GLOBE IN ADDITION TO ONE
FULL HOUR OF AN EXCELLENT
PICTURE PROGRAM
Dont miss opportunity of seeing THE
FIRST AIRSHIP TO CROSS THE
ENGLISH CHANNEL
LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE
ISIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON
H + HHH + + + + H i
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Daily Arrival
of New Fall
GoodsFall
Good
Tho dainty hand embroidered
J linen waists at 350 and 400
The strictly tailored waists In
pure linen at 200 225 and
250
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The mannish chlrts In dainty
stripes and chocks at 125 160
and 175
New Tailor Suits In the latest
i materials Homespuns Hop
cacklngs Serges and Broad
I I clothe
c FALL MILLINERY FOR
t STREET AND DRESS
1I
I THE M fit WVKES CO
2335 Washington Ave
Y Mt H
devotes his personal attention to the
care and wants of tho demented men
There aro now nearly two thousand
Invalids confined In tho Washington
military asylum and about 21 per cant
o these are discharged as cured every
year
Fair Blllo Wanted Parties having
accounts or bills against tho Inter
Mountain Fair Association are re
quested to send Itemized statement at
onco to Wm Glasmanu Standard Of
Dee Ogddn Utah
STRAYEDFrom pasture Sept 10
ono bay yearling stud white hind an
kles and star and ono black yearling
filly Please inform E M Conroy
and got reward
CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
opens next Saturday evening
Methodist Workers Ladles Aid So
ciety of the Methodist church will
meet in tho church parlors Thursday
afternoon at 230 oclock This meet
ing is important as the work for the
fall and winter will be outlined at
that time All the women of the
church and congregation are urged to
attend whether they are members ol
the Aid Society or not
W NTED GIRLS AT UTAH CAN
NING FACTORY ONE BLOCK FROM
STREET CAR LINE
CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
opens next Saturday evening
New Home Roy Avey Is contem
plating the erection of a residence on
Twentyfourth street between Adams
and Jefferson avenue Tho building
will bo 50 feet by 2G feet In size and
will cost in the neighborhood of 2
000 It will bo completed within tho
next ninety days
STRAYED From pasture Sept 10
one hay yearling stud white hind an
kles and star and ono black yearling
fllly Please Inform E M Couroy
and get reward
CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
opens next Saturday evening
Residence on ThirtiethJames W
Russell has the plans drawn for a rest
deuce on Thirtieth street between
Grant and Washington avenues The
building will cost about 1000 and
will be ready to use within the next
sixty days
I B G Butter has been awarded
first prize at tho FourStale Fair The
butter experts say Its the best there
is and if your grocoryman Is up to
now boll tell you the same
Anna Hunter has moved her hair
dressing parlors to 429 25th near Reed
hotel Wo carry hair and art goods
Iud phone 3715D Bell 15C5
For Mining CongressLocal Harri
man officials have received rates for
I
the American mining congress which
convenes at Goldfield Sept 27 to Oc
tober 2 The tickets will be on sale
Sept 20 and have a fortydays limit
STRAYED From pasture Sept 10
one bay yearling stud white hind
ankles and star and one black yearl
ing filly Please Inform E M Con
roy and get reward
Order your honey now Your grocer
has a fresh supply of Superior Brand
direct from tho Fair grounds
Weber Academy OpeningThe for
mal opening of the Weber Academy
will take place tomorrow morning at
845 The attendance this year so
lar is far in advance of that of last
year and Professor McKemlrlck states
that hoforo tho close of the school
year the enrollment will reach the 600
I mark The attendance last your was
I between 400 and 500 students It was
anticipated that the class work would
I begin at tho Academy this morning
but there wore GO many students on
hand for registration that It was Im
possible to get at tho regular class
work
Demand Superior Brand Pure Hon
ey Your grocer has It
WANTEDGIRLS AT UTAH CAN
NING FACTORY PEALERS 250
TO 400 PER DAY
Dr W H Petty Dentist has moved
cd Into his new apartments over Paine
Hursts where ho will bo glad to
receive all patrons
Married at Noon HourAt 1230
at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer
D Jones 25C 23rd street occurred
the marriage of George R Carson of
Portsmouth Ohio to Essie Towell
Jones of Portsmouth Ohio the ier >
mony being performed by Rev H D
Zlmmormau Mrs Carson has ueen
visiting her brother In Ogden for tho
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pant two month who is connected
with the insurance business Mr Car
son Is a letter carrier In the city of
Portsmouth and after spending a few
days In Ogden Salt Lake City Den
ver and oastern cities v ll return to
Portsmouth where the groom has n
new home read in which they will
begin housekeeping
In the baking of Heaa Bread all
hand work is eliminated
Moving to Salt Lake W S Delh
ton of the Burton Implement com
pany goes to Salt Lake to take the
management of the Sego Implement fi
Vehicle company
Millinery opening Thurs Fri and
Sat of thin week All Invited N L
Spurgeon Millinery Co 2372 Wach
Ave
Were In the Park Mrs Sands and
maid and Mrs H L Leopold and
maid both of Goldfield Nevada ar
rived from the Yellowstone Park this
morning where they have spent a
month amid the attractions of tho aa
tlonal wonderland and are registered
at the Pacific hotel at the Union DC
pot They will leave for the cast or
tho delayed Overland Limited thii
evening and return to the Sagebrust
state later in the fall
Watch for La Mode Millinery opening
Returns From Rexburg Miss IS
terson daughter of Conductor Pete
son of tho Southern Pacific returnee
this morning from Rexburg Idaho
where she has been visiting relative
for several weeks
A Lucky Strike = Tho Coal UOO
and up 2001 lbs in every ton Shurt
Uff Co Phones 18
Greeting Old FriendsB A Keeler
representing the passenger depart
ment of the Illinois Central road is h
the city today greeting oldtlmo Og
den friends
Justrlto Coal thats Lewis Good
coal phones 149
Rock Springs Kemmorer Castle
Gate Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
Read Hansens motorcycle ad
0166 SCHOOL
HAS A NEW
TEACUER
G F ROACH OF SEATTLE AT HEAD
OF COMMERCIAL DEPT
He Is a Graduate of a Kansas School
and Has Had Wide Experience
In His Chosen Work
Supt Mills has been successful In
engaging the services of G F Roach
of Scuttle Washington as head ol
tho commercial department of the Og
den High School Mr Roach is an ex
ceptionally well prepared man for thi
position Hq is a graduate of the Wes
leyan University of Kansas Ho it
also a graduate of the Central Nor
mal college of Great Bend Kansas
and of the Zancrlan college Colum
bus Ohio
He ly an experienced teacher hay
lug taught in business colleges high
schools and academics in his chosen
line In addition to his experience
In actual work of keeping books in
business houses He is therefore pre
pared to make It easy for young peo
ple from the school room to enter
a business office
Thode who arc acquainted with Mr
Rpach speak of him as being a teach
er of rare ability thorough compe
tent and a faithful and earnest work
er OPENING OF
TilE SUGAR
FACTORY
WHEELS IN THE BIG PLANT ARE
REDUCING BEETS
Hundreds of Wagons In the Factory
Yard Unloading Premium Beets
During the Day
At 7 oclock this morning the
wheels of the sugar factory on West
Twcntylirst street wore started and
200 men on the Inside of the big fac
tory and 73 on the outside of the fac
tory proper were put to work handling
the immense beet crop that Is now
In readiness The factory will con
tinue Its run this year for a period
of one hundred days and each day will
convert 500 or COO tons of beets Into
sugar fit for the market This means
that between 70000 and 80000 tons
of beets will bo consumed
The Amalgamated Sugar company
Is paying tho farmers 450 per ton
for their beets which means that they
will receive over 300000 In cash for
the crop Then to figure In the other
large sums of money the company will
pay In salaries and other expenses the
I mono to be put In circulation by this
I concern alone will approximate the
milliondollar mark
Judge Rolapp sluing that the ma
chinery of the factory noel appear
ed to bo in better condition than this
morning when the word was given to
Go ahead The company antici
pates a successful campaign
The digging of beets at the present
limo Is going on rapidly and there Is
no longer a question about the supply
of beets keeping tho factory running
continuously until the entire crop is
turned Into sugar
Hundreds of teams were In the fac
tor yards today unloading hoots this
I
being the last day for the paying of
premiums for early hauling I
TOO LATE TO OLASSIFY
STRAYEDFrom pasture Sept 10
one bay yearling stud white hind
ankles and star and one black yearl
ing fllly Please Inform E M Con
roy and get reward 0 15 Iwk
ANTEDJap for housework must
he a good cook 2308 Adams Ave
Apply mornings between 9 and 1L
0 15 Iwk
TWO SPECIAL
TRAINS FOR
PEACH DAY
THOUSANDS WENT NORTH TO
BRIGHAM THIS MORNING
First Train of Fifteen Cars Came In
From the South CrowdedFive
Hundred Excursionists Here
Peace day at Brigham City was a
decided success this year in point of
atlendanco and the ideal fall weath
er evidently contributed largely to
the success and pleasure of the an
nual oont Tho first special train 1
from the south for Brigham this morn
Ing arrived at 930 and consisted of a
baggage car and fifteen coaches nnd
chair cars and every one of these was
I literally packed with happy excurs
ionists out for a good time and a days
enjoyment
Tho second special train was made
up of twelve largo coaches and aside
from those who came up from tho
south en route io the metropolis of
Box Elder county about five hundred
Ogdonites joined the train at the Un
ion Passenger depot The Ogden con
tingent consisted largely of ladles and
children and these began to assemble
at the depot as early asS oclock As
tho limo advanced the early arrivals
were joined by others until the wail
Ing rooms and platforms were a surg
ing mass anxiously awaiting the ar
rival of the specials which were to
convey them to a banquet of luscious
fruit and a program of varied enter
tainment
Depot Master Shields and his staff
were kept busy keeping the little
folks and their elders out of danger
until they were all on hoard and hap
pily en route for their holiday des
tination
Dont forget that the Ogden Dental I
Co Dr F L Naramore Prop new
quarters are located at 2412 Wash
Ave
AveBAMBERGER
MAY USE
STEAM I
EAGER TO OPERATE CARS ON
LINCOLN AVENUE
Privilege of Operating Steam Engines
to Pull Trains Will Be Asked
From the City Council
President Simon Bamberger of the
Salt Lake Ogden Railway company
states that the work of electrifying
the companys load between Ogden
and Salt Lake is moving along and
that within the next thirty days the
trolley wire will be in place As soon
thereafter as electric current can be
supplied elegantly equipped coaches
will be traversing the roadway be
tween the two cities
The placing of the trolley wire is
now In progress there remaining not
more than a third of the distance be
tween Ogden and Salt Lake to bo
wired
Mr Bamberger says he Is anxious to
get the roadolcctrlflcrt and feels that
he will succeed in doing so before tho
close of the year
I am afraid there will ho some de
lay In getting transformers erected
along the line and also In securing the
required electric power to handle tho
rolling stock and yet It ought not take
that mat
a very groat while to adjust
ter I wish the city council of Ogden
would permit me to run my trains Into
tho city along Lincoln avenue by
steam power until such time as I can
electrify tho road It is very likely
that I shall ask the privilege of doing
this Surely the council will under
stand by this time that I am acting
In good faith and that the company I
represent Is not connected In any way
shape or form with the Burlington peo
pie or any other railroad company
They ought to bo convinced now that
I am going to electrify the road be
tween the two big cities of Utah and
that when that Is done much good will
come to both communities Tho Salt
Lake Ogden company has recently
purchased fourteen cars that cost
10000 each They an now on exhi
bition at the Denver fair but will be
shipped to this point as soon as the
fair Is over They are the best cars
that are made for electric roads to
day
THE FORMER GRAND OPERA
HOUSE Is now under the Orpheum
Circuit management Special attrac
tions for children at Matinees Wed
nesday and Saturday afternoons also
special prices loc 25c 50c boxes 75c
I DEED I
Mrs Christiana Hanson Sept 10
ut West Weber Mrs Hansen was
born in Denmark April 2 1S70 and
camo to Utah 1S70 and resided
at Huntsville up 10 the tams
she moved to West Weber In 1S82
Sho leaves two sons Edward and
Benjamin Hanson The funeral ser
vices will be held at Taylorsllle Fri
day Sept 17 at 1 p m The remains
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The Grai which is J
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4j now ripe mal es t
ec ers Beers
4
rl notice the grain fields today ri
rjr the fine robust products of f
I J r Utahs fields are as perfect as any pro
duced
it is this same grain growing
I I tisfa now in the CrISp aIr and autumn sun 1 Jfffil t
i that we use in the making of our beer f
I M youll notice the rich malty
Opl Vr tastenot bitter not vaterybut
creamy and nutritious it feeds the c
I weakened nerves and body
I J E
IT5HERE I ORDER FROM ANY CITY DISTRIBUTOR I 4
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may be rev lowed at 1230 Mrs Han
Ken was u woman who alwaj B had a
good word for everybody and wa
loved by all who know her Interment
will take place at West Weber ceme
tery Bishop Jardlno presiding
BIG ORPHEUM ATTRACTIONS at
Orpheum formerly tho Grand Opera
House every night In the week Spe
cial Matinee Wednesday and Satur
day popular prices everybody can
afford to go DONT MISS TIE BIG
SHOWS ORPHEUM Night prices
25c 50c and 75c Boxes 100
PECULIAR DISEASE KILLING
HORSES IN TOWN OF CROYDON
A peculiar and unknown disease
that Is so far as it has been diagnos
ed has broken out among tho horses
In Morgan county The disease Is
principally confined to Croydon and
the surrounding district six head hav
ing died In Croydon during the past
week
The disease affects the horses in
the stomach and Intestines and an
autopsy performed bj a local veterin
t arian and E A Wild tho latter having
I lost a number of horses fulled lo dis
cover tho cause of the malady
I E A Wild went to Salt Lake City
I Tuesday bringing with him the stom
achs of two horses to bo submitted to
Dr E C Young slate veterinarian so
that he can make a diagnosis of the
disease
Mr Will has been trying to locate
Dr Young for some time but the lat
I ter has been spending much of his
time In Ogden and ho also states that
ho did not have the time and the stale
did not provide a sufficient appropria
tion to pay expenses
Last year a similar disease broke
Henefer
out among the horses at Henc
when twentyfour head died
I BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
FROM OGDEN TO ZION
I
Announcement was made by J M
I Davis general superintendent of tho
Oregon Short Line railroad Tuesday
I I that the installation of the block sig
nal system between Ogden and Salt
Lake will be completed today and
I placed Into commission tonight For
some time past tho system has been
used between Ogden and Woods Cross
I Tuesday a gang of men completed tho
Installation of tho apparatus from tho
I stock yards In the northern part of
i Salt Lake City to the Union station
and tonight the system will be in ser
I vice between Ogden and Zion
I Within the noxt few weeks the
block system will be Installed as far
as Sandy the terminus of the Oregon
Short Line yards The system is also
to bo installed between Ogden and
Cache Junction The procedure of the
installation of the block system be
tween Nampa and Reverse Ida a dis
tance of sixtytwo miles and be
tween Bliss and Pocatello Ida a dis
I tance of 136 miles has also been au
thorized
thorizedWhole System Protected
I When these gaps are closed up
practically the entire Oregon Short
Line will bo protected with the block
I signal system as Is the Union Pacific
and the Southern Pacific When the
stretch between Ogden and Cacho
Junction Is completed there will bo a
I continuous line of block signals be
tween Salt Lake and Portland Ore
the Oregon Railroad and Navigation
company lines being under the protec
tion of the signal system at the pres
ent lime
I Tho Installation of the block sig
nal system Is costing the Oregon
Short Line Railroad company 325000
and In addition to this initial expense
It costs iho company 100 a year per
mile for maintenance Of this annual
expense Zill Is for labor and the other I
3u for recharging electric batteries
and other repairs I
The Installation of the block sig
nal system involves a big expense for
the railroads adopting It but is con I
ceded liy railroad experts to be the
only means of protecting the travel
Ing public and the Installation of the
system on the Oregon Short Line Is
simply In line with tho Improvements
being made on tho Harriman road
throughout the country
UMBRELLA I
SUEDS AT
DEPOT
I
II
ARE TO BE CONSTRUCTED WHEN
TRACKS ARE LAID
I
Material For Freight Depot Ordered
I and First Shipment Expected
I Sidetracks to be Constructed
I
In addition to directing the con I
slrncllon of the five new passenger
train tracks west of tho Union Depot I
Engineer Campbell Is arranging for
the building of now sidetracks around
and about the site of the now freight
depot in order to have everything in
readiness for the assembling of ma
terial for the foundation of tho struc
ture The requisition for depot build
Ing material has been mado and tho
Initial shipments will he received
within the next thirty daysand then
progress will be the watchword
It Is quite likely that the work of
laying concrete across the present
tracks on tho west side of the pas
senger depot will receive tho atten
tion of Engineer Campbell during the
next few weeks and the announcement
is authoritatively made that umbrella
sheds will be erected over all of tho
passenger train tracks as soon as
these have been completed and are
ready for use
MANY MEN
ON POWER
LINE
CONSTRUCTING TOWERS FOR THE
i TELLURIDE POWER CO
I Wooden Towers Arc Now to be Built
Between Ogden and Salt
Lake City
ii l
Superintendent David Stagg of the
construction department of the Tel
lurldo Power Transmission company
stated last evening that tho building
of tho steel tower line between North
Ogden Canyon and Salt Lake has been
completed and that ino polo line to
ward Logan has hen extended from
this end as far as Eden in upper Og
den + aJy
Mr Slaggs force of men and teams
J will now commence the building of the
wooden tower line between Ogden and t
Salt Lake When tho wooden strrc
f
lure Is finished the TelluridE people
will hue two transmission lines from
North Ogden canyon to Salt Ixjko ti
The company has had n force of about
200 mon at work In the viclnlt of
Ogden for a number of weeks past
PRESIDENT TAFT
LEAVES BOSTON ON
HIS 12000MILE TOUR
Continued From Pago One
In easy communication with Wash
ington
TAFT REFERS TO A FEW
OF HIS ANCESTORS
Springfield Mass Sept 15ln his
address here tho President said
Springfield Is a city of traelln
men who go through tho entire ltug h
and breadth of tho Union selling their
wares I like to talk to that class of
men I am a sort of Itinerant preach
er myself I am starting on a long
i journey Whether my throat and di
I gestion will last I do not know
Os you know tho people have
I voted mo 26000 for traveling ex
penses Congressman Gillett helped
me get that It is very haul to get
anything from the appropriations com
DI teo unless you hava a mlyhlyuood
case The President then referred to tlu
work of tho executive and concluded
I
by saying
I Tho bulwards of tho government
are the men you elect to congress
Goodbye
At Worcester President Taft said
I feel very much at home In Wnr
tester county All my ancestor han
como from Worcester county on both
I sides way back The first ono who
I came hero was a housewrlgbt oar l
I pent or My father who was Intorobt i
ed In genealogy had a great deal In
explain In telling how It was that
when ho signed his will he signed II
I with a cross He always said ho had
j hurt his hand with a Imtchet and
therefore could not use It with the
I pencil But his wife Sarah Taft sign
ed hers in her own name which only
l
shows that what helps out In a family
Is to have the woman of It understand
things
Rochester olin Sept HThe con
dillon of Governor Johnson who ar
rived hero last evening to undergo another
I
other operation for appendicitis was
j better today
AMUSEMENTS
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THE KINODROME
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
Prices Matinee 15 25 and 5Oc
I Night 15 25 50 and 75c
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is Iho main attraction of n good
meal Tho meat must be well
th cooked but first It must be
GOOD MEAT good tender meat cut Just
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