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The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, October 13, 1909, Image 5

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EE STANDARD OGDENUTAE WEDNEBDAY OCTOBJ 13 1GGr
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Good Qothes Don Grow J I
They9re Builitt
BUILT FROM KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE FROM
THOUGHT AND FROM STUDY
For years 1L Vile Company have been building Clothes
Building them honestly and conscientiously thcv considered
the needs and requirements of their customers more than they
did the point or Profit appreciating the fact that if the Clothes
were right profit would result
We ar ° specially fpaturiiiK for tomorrows business mens
and young mens M Wile Companys f
eClothes oH QUStlli y99 a x l5
Choicest patterns newest shades and coloringsuits cut with
n snap and dash which wil appeal to all I
N i 4 WASHINGTON AVENUE 2345 9 A R 0 I S OPERATORS STORES TEN OF t
i D B BARON Manager
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AMUSEMENTS
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
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MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND I
SATURDAY AT 215
Performance every evening at 815
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JOHN W WORLD AND MINDELL I
KINGSTON
Wflbur Mack Nolla Walker
Bison City Four
Hughes Musical Trio
Herr J Rubono Eddie G Ross
Kpnodrome Orpheum Orchestra
Prices Matinee 16 25 50 cents
All seats reserved Evening 15
25 50 75 cents
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TWO LADY pressers The Hub Clean
Ing Dye Works 369 23rd SL
10 13 Iwk
tcgocasscar
UNION LAf3E
STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 53
Bell Phone two rlnga No 6G
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 58
Bell Phone one rlnoNo 00
RANO A
REfEREfJCES
Ladles of the Presbyterian Church
Rummage Sale Thursday Friday and
Saturday Oct 14 15 16 at 2522 Wash
Ave Room donated by courtesy of
Orpheum Management
Buy your coal from Aseal Farr Coal
Co Dealers in all kinds of coal Ind
ML Bell 256
Mrs N J Peterson and Mrs
Thomas Chester of Coalvlllo are visit
ing friends In Ogden for a few days
COALRock Springs Castle Gate
and Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
163 West 27th St Phones 1071
For wedding decorations Von aor
Ecbult Floral Co
Verdict for Plaintiff Tho Jury In
the District court hearing the case of
E J Harness aud others against J
W Hows returned a verdict In favor
ot tho plaintiff for 132 60 After sev
eral hours of deliberation yesterday I
afternoon The action was brought
claim I
on an open account A counter
set up by the defendant was not al
lowed by the jury
Money Kelty Money to loan on
any load real estate Geo J Kolly
STORAGE at rcssonaDlo rates In
good brick building If you need any
room consult Joba Scowcroft Sons
Company
lu Iho baking of Hoes Bread all
hand vnrlc is eliminated
2001 POUNDS n In each u ton Havo I
you thought about Anthracite You
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should and order at once Shurtliff
Cu Phones 18
1 Burial of Baby BrownFuneral
1 services over the body of Louis A
F Brown nlnomonthsold son of Mr
and Mrs John Brown were held yes
terday afternoon at two oclock at the
Wilson ward meeting house Bishop
E A BIngham presiding Appropriate
selections wore rendered by a quar
tette and solos by William PickctL
Frank M Stratford William Plckott
any Bishop Bln ham offered words of
hope and consolation to the bereaved
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Mean to You
Does It moan enough to prevail up
on you to go to tho nearest grocer
Ind order a sack of
PEERYS
CRESCENT
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Good bread and PeonS Crescent
r Jour gq naturally togetheryou
iht havA the former without the
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parents Interment took place In
Ogdon City cemetery
Coal call up Parker Co for
tates on lump nut and slack
Anthracite CoalFlI1 your bin tic
fore cold weather Phone 27 John Fan
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calla
I a specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 112 25th
I HE FAVORS
I STATEOOD
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President Tells People of
Arizona Me Will
Aid Them
Phoenix Art Oct 13President
Taft arrived here at 1010 a m today
two hours ahead of schedulo time
While the President wan sleeping
peacefully last night ho was being
whirled across the alkali deserts of
southeastern California and Arizona
at the rate of 50 or GO miles an hour
and the two hours the Arizona com
mlttco had desired the railroads to
gain for them had boon accomplished
when Yuma was reached before day
light
The fast schedule was kopt up
throughout tho forenoon and tho presl
lentlal train was filled with dust It
s Raid that a slow run would have
made tho dust worso but this was
hard to believe
The President made his flint public
appearance today at Tempe speak
lug from the rear end of his car He
promised that ho would do his utmost
to secure statehood for the territories
of ArIzona and New Mexico He said
I am very much obliged to you for
coming out this somewhat warm morn
Ing to greet me This Is tho first time
in my Journey that I have come into
exclusively federal jurlsuction and I
find before me an audience that I pre
sume is quite willing to have that
federal jurisdiction ended
I assume that the desIre does not
arise from any hostility to tho federal
government but that It comes from
that spirit of courage and enterprise
and Independence that seeks a method
of showing what you can do when
you are shoved off from tho shore and
made to swim yourself
Now the Republican platform
upon which I had the honor to be
elected promised statehood for New
uoxlco and Arizona and so far as L
am concerned I propose to do the
jest 1 can to carry out the promise
I want to say to you however that I
am not the whole show There arc
others who have to do with that but
I think you can count on our doing the
best we can
Postmaster Hitchcock who has
been in the southwest for several
weeks joined the Presidents party at
Mnricopa today
Upon his arrival In Phoenix tho
President was taken at once to tho
territoral capital where he held n
reception of delegates of cities in the
territory Following this there was a
ride to tho city hall where the Presi
dent made a brief address He again
declared that ho would do all in his
powor to have the Republican plat
form pledge for statehood for Ari
zone and Now Mexico carried into ef
fect Separate statehood Is the great
desire of ArizonIans and they iccelv
cd the Presidents sentiment with
joyous cheers
IIr Taft told his audIence here that
perhaps the people were looking for
ward to statehood without proper ap
preciation of the responsibility that
wont with It He urged them to take
time to debate over a constitution and
to profit by what he regarded as the
mistake of Oklahoma The President
referred to the Oklahoma constitution
ns a zoological garden of cranks
Ho added that he did not mean to say
that there were not some good Idean
In the Oklahoma constitution but too
many Imitations were placed by It
upon the legislature
The constitution of a slate the
President said should be in its way
as imple and deal with only tho fun
damentals as does the constitution of
the United States
After shaking at the city hall the
President was taken on an eightmllo
automobile ride through the valley
where Irrigation has reclaimed thou
sands of acres of land once given over
to tho sago brush and cacti of the
desert Mr Taft spoke briefly to tho
school children at 0110 point in the
lino of march visited the Indian
school and boarded hlo train just be
fore 1 oclock for the run to Pros
cill
ASK FOR CLEMENCY I
FOR CHAS W MORSE
New York Oct 13A petition ask
ing President Taft for clemency to
ward Charles W Morse the former
hanker in being prepared for circu
lation among prominent business wren
and financiers of tho cast Mr Morses
attorneys arc striving to have the
United States supreme court grant
him a neW trial but in case of do
foaL an executive pardon will he his
only means of oscapo from imprison
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SCHOOL IS AGAIN IN REGULAR
SESSION
Supt Mills Says the Failure of Heat
ing Apparatus Has Caused But
Lttlc Delay
Tho heating apparatus of the high
school is In splendid working condi
tion and the building Is adequately
healed for limo students and teachers
There was nothing particularly wrong
with the plant but it was claimed by
the architect tho largo smokestack
had not been riveted as completely as
it should be and changes wore or
dered This caused a cessation of a
day or two of school but Tuesday
morning the school was resumed and
tno students put to work
Tne progress of the school was not
much retarded by the inclden + says
uperintcndenl Mills and the time lost
i 3 hardly noticeable Mr Mills states
too that there Is not a more comfort
ably and adequately heated school
building In the state than the Ogden
high school From top to bottom the
rooms arc as comfortable as any borne
In the city
Tho attendance Is back to its nor
mal condition and the students feel
stilled
The school Is now occupying the
first and second floors and within a
few days the entire building will bo
ready for class and study work Tho
upper floor will be utilized for labora
tory purposes and for the conducting
of the classes in physics physical
geography chemistry and othor sci
ences
The furniture for tho upper floor
and tho general study room has not
arrived It has been ordered how
ever and Is expected to arrive at iny
time
Tennis were at work on the grounds
In front of tho building this morning
making tho grade for tho pad WantS
to bo built this weak
O S L EXCURSION TO SALT
Lake City Friday Oct 15th 100
round tilpon trains leaving Ogden
115 1 and 515 p m Returning
leave Salt Lake 1130 p m The
aboVo account International Grand
Opora Co production of Lucia at
Colonial Theater
PEARY FAILED TO DIS
PROVE THE CLAIMS
1 MADE BY DR COOK
Continued from Page One
Ing explorer was standing within his
reach beckoning him to come on
DR COOK WILL SEND
FOR THE ESKIMOS
Buffalo N Y Oct 13 I can only
ray that tho actual living human wit
nesses of my journey to the pOle will
themselves be able to dlsprovo the
distorted declarations put Into their
mouths in the statement issued by
Commander Pear said Dr Frederick
A Cook who arrived here today to
the Associated Pross
fincro could not be better testi
mony limn that given by the men
themselves before an unbiased body
of Inquirers Commander Peaty evi
dently regards their evidence as of the
most profound importance and so do
I It seoms to me that he might havo
brought them along with him if ho
was so confident that they would cor
roborate his story
Ho however chose not to do so
I will therefore send for them as
soon as possible and place them at too
disposal of any scientific or othor body
that may desire to examine them with
the aid of any competent interpreters
whom the examining body may ap
point
Asked whether he would make a
direct reply to Pearys statement as
hnd boon Intimated In an Interview
Cleveland last night Dr Cook said
There is nothing to add to what I
has been said I dont Intend to enter
a newspaper controversy wIth anyone
one Dr Cook was given a public recep
tlon on time change floor of the cham
berof commerce at noon
NO DECISION IN THE
GOMPERS MiTCHELL CASE
Washington Oct 13Thc court of
appeals today again failed to render
its decision in the contempt case
against Samuel Gompers John Mitch
ell and Frank Morrison of the American
orlcan Federation of Labor The gen
eral belief however is that the decis
ion will be handed down within the
next day or two
1Grno
Djmpt G
menns comrnvu sense
when needed most
Under no circumstances
is it needed more than in the
selection of right food
The one reliable food
which supplies material for
rebuilding the important
gray substance of brain and
nerve cells is
GrapeNtUJts
This food is made of
wheat and barley by a pro
cess which changes the
starchy part of the grains
into predigested food mate
rial so that it is quickly ab
sorbed and promptly begins
repairing and building up
waste tissue throughout the
body
GrapeNuts is a Ct common
sense food
Theres a Reason
Read The ftoad to Well
vile in plcgs
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MEN AND TEAMS WORKING ON
DAVIS AND WEBER CANAL
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General Manager Bostaph Expects to
Complete the Undertaking Before I
the End of Wlnler
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Superintendent M M Whloside or
the Davis and Weber Counties Canal
company Is busily engaged with a i
force of fifty men grading the canal I
n places where it Is most iueded
for the concrete sides and base that
ttlll bo built The bad maces along
the canal will bo concreted first sn I
as to bo certain that the will be I
placed In a condition to carry lie va
lor before the sprlngllmo comes
General Manager Boatajm sites
that the work of concreting tho caiul
will bo prosecuted wIth ill possible
haste with the hope of completing it I
this season If the wInter Is au open i
one Mr Bostaph says there is no
reason In the minds of the promoters I
why Iho entire canal nine and a half
miles lu length should not be en I
larged and concreted as planned early l
enough to handle tho springs watern I
The canal Is to be placed In condi
tion to carry a sulilclent quantity of
water to furnish power to generate
enough electricity to run the Bam
borgor railway between Ogden and
Salt Lake A power house for that
purpose Is to bo erected In the mean I
time it Is understood Mr Bamberger
will purchase electrical power from
another source
MANY VAGRAN1S IN
THE POLICE COURT
There was only ono 5 man before
the judge of the Municipal court this I
morning his name being recorded as i
John Doe there are a good many I
John Does In the country He was
guilty of drunkenness and was finod
John Barton pleaded guilty to tho I
charge of mendicancy was fined 10
and P OFlagherlly was given fifteen
days for vagrancy
II I Carr said hp was guilty of
mendicancy and the court advised him i
that he would have to spend ton days I
In jail for the crime I
William Delaney pleaded not guilty
of vagrancy and tho officers were
heard from regarding tho actions of I
Delaney Detective Pender stated I
that the man had become a nuisance
in the city and besides not having
visible means of support a bunch of I
llIrnlflou looking keys had been found
on him Tho keys wore not skeleton I
Ucvs but they were made In such way
that they would unlock any ordinary
door Mr Delaney was sentenced to
a fine of 15 or fifteen days In Jail
Grant Jones acknowledged that ho
had been agIng around town and
was willing to suffer the consequen
ces Ho was fined 10 or ten days in I
the city bastile Grant with tho rest
of the convicts of time morning Is
languishing in Jail for lack of funds
with which to pay the Imposed fine
George L Gunter recently from
Chicago as a guest of Detective Pen
del was arraigned oft the charge of
grand larceny Ho waived preliminary I
examination and vrn3 bound over to
the district court In tho sum of 500
The complaint alleges that Gunter on
the 9th day of September of this year I
stole from Mrs Hlldah RIngdahl tho
sum of 130 and appropriated tho
same to his own use At the tlmo the
alleged offense was committed Gunt
er could not bo found but he was af
terwards located in Chicago where ho
had gone to spend a vacation with his
family Detective Ponder journeyed
to Chicago and brought Mr Gunter
back to faco the chargo against him
The officer states that Gunter con
fessed his guilt
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BORNTo the wife of Fred G Ed
son a ten pound boy October 12 Moth
er and babe doing well and Fred la
happy as a lark
CRANE REPLIES
TO SC KNOX
Washington Oct 12 Chailcs R
Crane cf Chicago Uinfsicr to China
I Jdar was depose 1 uy a deimiid from
Secretary Knox for his resignation I
Thus a new chapter In American
diplomacy was wrltlon A citizen
chosen with special regard for his
qualifications for tho post was recall
ed before he had embarked fromm San
Francisco and discharged from his
high office because of alleged Indis
cretion In disclosures through tho
press
Moreover this minister breaking
through all tho old traditions InsIst
ed on defending himself from the as
porslono cast upon him by the secre
tary of stato by the issuance of a
statement commented upon hero as
certain to bo embarrassing to the ad
mluislrallon
Tho hIstory of Ibis extraordinary
affair which began about a week ago
with late announcement that Minister
Crane had been stopped at San Fran
cisco at the moment of embarkation
by a demand from Secretary Knox for
his return to Washington reached at
least Its first crisis today when tho
secretary in a formal statement an
nounced that Mr Cranes resignation
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had been Invited and the mInister
designate replied in an equally for
mal statement that while his resigna
tion already hall been tendered to the
department officials charging that
treated
Moreover Mr Crane In his state
ment reflected sevoiol upon the stato
department officials charging that
not only had they refrained from giv
ing him tho Instructions usually Is
sued to a minister or ambassador
about to leave for his post but that
he had been denied access to them
even after ho had made repeated ap
polnlnienls wilh them
He enters a sweeping denial of the
charge that he gave out a news
paper story which Is said to be the
cause of his deposition and placed
squarely upon the shoulders of Presi
dent Taft the responsibility for tho
various utterances ho has made reo I
gardlng conditions in the Far East I
which havo aroused the Ire of Secretary
I
tarj Knox and brought final action up
on his resignation I
Mr Cranes statement follows
The statement Issued b > the do
parlmenl of State is slightly Inaccur
ate In saying that the secretary has
Informed me that my resignation will
be accepted The letter I received
from Mr Knox at noon today says ho
has recommended to tho president
that the president accept my resigna
tion Before this letter had been re i
ceived by me I had already sent to I
the president through his secretary
Mr Carpenter the following lelo
gram
I Washington D C Oct 12 100D I
President William H Taft Th e 1
state department objects to certain
things I have dono in tie effort to I
carry out my understanding of jour
wishes expressed by you lomo I
I have carefully consldored tho entire
matter In my Judgment no mistake
has been made except as tho depart
ment has made its mistake How i
ever I did not and can not guarantee
to make no mistakes and especially
unless I have tho cordial support and
I
co operation of the government
The in which the
manner depart I
ment has proceeded and Is proceeding
Is Inconsistent with my own selfre
spect and my conception of the dig I
nity of tho position and with the un
derstanding upon which I accepted I
appreciate the personal consideration
I havo received from you and under
the cIrcumstances have decided to
await Information ao to your wishes
before taking action You will under
stand of course that my resignation
Is In your hands
Signed Charles R Crane
Tho statement of tho department
Is further inaccurate in saying that 1
gave out a newspaper story about
the preparation of a protest In regard
to the agreement between China and
Japan It would have been more ac
curalo if the statement had said as
was Indicated in Its own closing para
graph that a brief conversation of
mine with a newspaper representative
contributed to the publication by him
of a dlscusnlon of this agreement and
the possible protest 1y this govern J
ment and the department regarded
this conversation as Indiscreet The
publication did not mention my name
nor In m > judgment would It have
been a mistake if the department of
state had not chosen to vouch for its
accuracy and give to it an official sig
nificance by Its own conduct
It certainly contained nothing of
substance that was not matter of com
mon knowledge or deducible by any
competent newspaper reporter from
facts commonly known The substance
of the agreement Karl been published
mid Us effect had been tddelv discuss
ed As an HluJlrnUoi of this the New
York Herald had published ycptem
brtr 9 tho following deepntih > 1 I
Toklo Wednesday The Toklo j
press regrets that the Jingo American
press Is raising tho usual protest
against Japan regarding iho nets I
ChilisJapanese convention It states
that the Mancluirinn railways are ad
ministered In accordance ull Amer
icas longcherished motto of the
opoi door policy MosooMir it ad I
the convention is now an accomplish
ed fact and America can not change
it however much it may dislike It
LiTTLE 61R1
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Norma B Wardleigh tho twoand
onehalfearold daughter ofMr tuld
Mrs Robert M Wardleigh met with
an accident last evening that might
have terminated seriously As It Is
I tho child is only bruised about tho
I body and her little faco scratched and
lacerated
The child was visiting her grandpar
I ents Mr and Mrs W W Kennedy
I at No 2258 Grant avenue During
time early part of the evening Mrs
Kennedy had occasion to go to the gro
cery store near by Norma and some
I other children accompanied her and
as they stepped from the home to tho
sidewalk a number of boys on bicycles
came whizzing around the corner of
Twcntjthird and Grant and proceed
ed along tho sidewalk at a threaten
Ing rate of speed In order to protect
the children from the merciless cycl
ists Mrs Kennedy rushed into the
street with them
I As the grandmother and the chil
dren stepped off the sidewalk a de
I livery rig belonging to a grocery store
I came along the avenue unobserved by
them until It was to late to save little
I Norm Tho front wheel of the wagon
struck the child on the right side and
threw her to the pavement with great
I force The child was picked up and
carried to the home of tho grandpar
ents and Dr Morrell was summoned
And examination disclosed the fact
that tho child was not seriously hurt
Today the baby Is around but she suf
fers considerably from the bruises
about the body and face
< The wise folks who live In the West
Buy genuine Round Oaks with a zest
They know what they arc about
J t f This stove never wears out
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And co helps to feather their nest
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Wo rnnnot afford to
sell Inferior stoves How
long would wo last If wo
sold tho cheapest stoves
wo could buy We are
not in business for our
health nor for one sea
son alone We are hero
to progress by legitimate
merchandising We must
sell you good reliable
goods at reasonable prices
In order to continue to
hold our head 1ploolc
you In tho face and trade
with you again and
again
We know that every
genuine ROUND OAK
heating stove we sell
will givo such good satis
faction that wo will be
able to keep the trade of
tho purchaser In other
things We know Its a
good Btovc that It IB
worth the money we ask
for Itthnt It Is far
cheaper In a short tlmo
than the lowest priced
stove made
If Interested come In
stir us up on the sub
ject Theres mope to say
Thcro In but one
ROUND OAK Look for
that name
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Winter Not a Journey
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