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1 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 15 1910
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PRICES 150 100 75c 50c GALLERY 25
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EXCURSIONS NORTH via Oregon
I I Short Line Saturday August 20th ii
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Secure your tickets and full informa
I tion m City Ticket Office 2514 Wash
I ington avenue Both phones 372
I I Call Allen pnonen 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
i i t t epcclalty Also prompt delivery of
i baggage 412 2Gth
I Get your Union Pacific and Oregon
I Short LIno tickets at tho office In iho
I I Opera House Block Dont force your
f self to stand In lino at the Depot
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I j S i Called on a Mission The Secoud
I Ward will give a social dance in hon
I I or of Holmer Anderson son of Inllur
Hagbcrt Anderson nt the Hermitag
I I I Tuesday evening Mr Anderson will
I I lnve Wednesday Aug 21 for Europe
here he has heen called on a mission
I sion in Scandinavia A cordial invi
tation is extended to friends and ac
quaintances of Mr and Mrs Ander
son and members of this stake to
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i i For SlleOh1 mats Good to put
I I under Garnets Inquire Standard office I
Advertisers must have their copy for
i I l the Evening Standard the evening he
I r I fore the day on which the advertise
I I ment is to appear In order to Insure
i I publication
I Sold Can of Salmon on Sunday
j Sawe Sonnello nu Italian storckaep
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I I c r was arrested yesterday on the
eharge of Keeping his place of busi
noas open on Sunday A can of sal
i mon was purchased by tho person
I vho caused his arrest and a prosecu
tion will follow in the police court
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WANTED Clean white rags at the
Standard
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his the local fruit
From I date on
f shipping business will increase in interest
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I terest and volume and will reach Its
height by the last of this week or time
I r Lcginning of next Tho Pioneer Fruit
I I company is now loading cars at Brig
I ii ham Provo and Ogden with peaches
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I IJul plums and calls from growers in
I I outer pails of the district are being
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ceivod
I I I i The fruit throughout this part of
I the state is looking a hundred per
cent better than last year and every
i indication promises a recordbreaking
W I yield for the season Last year a very
r serious trouble which shippers had
I I to deal with wa the presence of fun
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Jl I I gus on the ripe fruit which often
spoiled nearly an entire shipment be
fore It had reach H Its IPM >
The growers have been very carcfu1
I lo sec that no such ieatro > m c i
mallei should accompany the ship
uu enti of the fruit this yaar and on
such trouble Is anticipated either by
the shippers or the growers
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I BROWNING ARRIVES
AT GHtYENr WYO
Cheyenne Vyo August 1C 1010
Browning Bros Co Ogden Utah
We arrived at L eyenne this eve
ning with Cadillac The ronds
through Nebraska were worse today
than any lime since we started Wo
had about fifteen miles of gumbo
mud west of North Platte and n few
miles of quick sand The car came
through fine and we have yet to
hoc our first trouble Our mileage
today was 121 which is exception
ally good considering the roads
Signed ARCH BROWNING
MACHINISTS
AND CARMEN
TO MEET
The long deferred game between
the machinists and carmen of tue
S ul1lolU Pacific shops is going to be
playedat least there seems nothing
now to hinder the contest from being
pulled off The machinists chanti
cleer challenge of which the lathe
lenders have not ceased to crow has
heen accepted by Captain M C Blake
ley of the car finishers
The proposed match has for the
past two weeks been stranded on a
grouch carefully cherished by the
members of the carmens team since
the shop outing at Lagoon This
grouch has been losing form and
drifting away dining the last few days
and It now looks as though there was
clear sailing toward a final settle
ment of the two teams supremacy
Weve decided to accept the chal
lenge of the machinists said S
tain Blakeley this morning The
carmens team hns been practicing
now for several evenings and we arc
In the pink of condition for tho match
We are going to take along a nlco
fcsli bucket of white paint and after
the game present it to the machinists
on < i brush We Ihluk they will need
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Personally would prefer that the
game be played just in a spirit of
rifiullincss and without any money
placed on the outcome by either team
but the machinists seem to want the
game on a tva = or aud if they demand
a side bet we will have no trouble to
cover any amount that they plank
down I expect to see Captain Ike
Fifo of the machinists and comoleto
all the necessary arrangements for
time contest as nono of the prepara
I tions for the game have been made
It is likely that the contest will take
place within the next two weeks
The machinists claim that their
team is in better shape than ever be
fore and anticipate no trouble in do
defeating the carmen The team is
not doing a great deal of practice
but it Is likely from now on the play
ers will devote more evenings to tho
diamond than they have been up to
I this time
I IN MEMORIAM
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In loving remembrance of my dear
ones Alexander N and Elizabeth R
SwanLOUISE
LOUISE SWAN VAN TASSEL
NORTH OGDEN IS
IN fOR VICTORY
County League Champions Have Engaged Pocatello Battery to Play
With Them Against the Ogden State League TeamGame is
Arousing Much Interest Will Be Called at 430 Wednesday
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The North Ogden baseball team
continues to attach scalps to its gore
pallercd ball and anticipates that
Bad Glmllns toppiece will be dang
ling alongside of the many others
otter the championship game of
Wednesday afternoon The latest vlc
IMU of the county league champions
voracious appetite for victory was the
lleoper aggregation which on last
Saturday fell before the conquering
ndvanqe of the North Ogdon squad
without a score The game finished
with the count 7 otO In favor of the
supposed invinelbles
In the game In this city the county
I ague team expects to strengthen its
lineup with Smith and Fourtier the
crack battery of the Pocatello loam
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TEllTALE lETTER
V Of THE ROBBERY
J N Sparks Wife Wrote That Her Husband Was Accused of the
Oregon Short Line Holdup Even Before He Was Accused
Sparks is in Court for Forgery
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J N Sparks was arraigned in Judge
Murphys court this morning on a
charge of forgery alleged to have boon
committed June 2CV 1910 Itis slated
hi the complaint that on that day the
defendant forged the name of Wil
liam G Craig to a check for 8 pay I
able at an Ogden bank
The defendant waived preliminary
hearing and was bound over to await
the action of tho district court Ills
bond being fixed at 500 r
It is anticipated by the officers that
other charges will be preferred
I against Sparks particularly ono for
obtaining money under false pre
I tenses and it is possible one for
robbery The latter charge If filed
will be for the holdup of the Oregon
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Short Line train at Five Points Juno
27th at which time the passengers
SEQUEL TO A
QUARREL AT
A f TABLE
In the case of the State against R
L Gunter charged with assault the
defendant failed to appear in court
this morning when his name was
called The court ordered that the
m I office be advised and that
It be ordered that the defendant be
arrested and presented to the court
for arraignment
Gaunter Is charged with striking a
uung man In the back of the head
with a ketchup bottle Thursday night
indicting certain serious wounds
the matter was called hi the clerk
Saturday at which time the defend
ant was excused He promised that
he would be in court when wanted
When GuGnter was arrested Thurs
day night the mayor stated that he
would be responsible for Gunters ap
pearance Saturday morning Gunter
rppeared at the police station Satur
day morning but being advised that
It was a city case and that he should
sec the city attorney regarding the ar
laignmcnt he left to look lor Mr
De Vine the case In tho meantime
bolng called by the clerk of the mu
nicipal court Tlve judge at hat time
slated that Gunter should be advised
to appear In court this morning for
arraignment
Gunter has loft tie city It is said
that he and his wife took a train Sat
I urday night for San Francisco and it
is more than likely that he will not
iclurn He came here from Provo
where for the past few months ho
had been connected with a newspa
per working in the advertising de
partment Since arriving in Ogdeu
lie has been under the employment ot
the Morning Examiner soliciting ad I
vertisements and had made a con
tract to go to work for the Standard I
this morning
The complaint against Gunter
charged him with a felony upon con
vlcllon of which he might be sen
t llced to serve a term in the state
penitentiary The allegations were
that on Thursday evening August 11
the defendant attacked Aubry Hen
derson with a ketchup bottle striking
him In the back of the head Ho
also undertook to assault the young
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I i ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM MONDAY AFTERNOON
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i Besides our feature and comic pictures in ea ch house we have a number of excellent Scenic and
I Educational Pictures
I I An Excursion Into WalesRiding Feats By Cossacks
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I I Salmon
I An Educational or Scenic Picture in Each H oust r >
1 I Ladies Souvenir Matinee Wednesday Oracle and Globe Thursday afternoon Isis <
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GOOD MUSIC GOOD SONGS
GOOD PICTURES
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Gimlin has received a sort of taunting
request from the North Ogden team
rod fans that he put Toner In tho box
lor the game as the county leaguers
feel that there would be more glory
in trouncing the sorreltopped twirler
limn ho of the Irish appellation North
Ogden fans have also flaunted a red
lagged willingness to accept all of
the money that Ogden cares to wager
at the ratio of 2 to 1
Wednesdays contest Is to be called
at J30 the later hour having been
chosen by request of fans who could
iot get lo the Fair Grounds at an ear
lier time Ogdcns full team will be
on hand and there can he no doubt
that It will be the harden fought bat
tle of the entire season
of the train were robbed of Jewelry
and other valuables
Sparks still protests his innocence
of the train robbery but It Is thought
that he was either a participant In
the bold deed or he ICIIOWH the sullty
parties It Is known that Sparks was
living near Five Points at tho time
of the holdup and that he was In a
hurry to get away about that time
Certain letters written by him to his
wife since thnt time have been Inter
cepted by the officers and disclosures
In some of them Indicate that Sparks
knows something of the robbery In
one loiter addressed to Sparks it was
written
You know you are acCused ot the
holdup
The letter was written before the
officers had divulged the secret that
they susplcloned Sparks
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man with a brick but was prevented
by tho Interference of Hendersons
friends
The assault was provoked through
a slight altercation regarding a place
at the dinner table at the boarding
place of the two men It is stated
by Henderson that when he came to
his dinner table his accustomed place
was filled by Gunter He politely re
quested the man to not occupy his
chair at the table Gunter toolt ex
ceptions to What Henderson laid
claiming that he had as much right
to the scat at the table as Bender
son Mr Henderson told Gunter that I
10 might take a trip down to Hades
but Gunter declined at the time galh I
eilng the handy ketchup bottle and
hurling it at Hendersons head It
ctruck Bender on a terrific blow
knocking him to the ground Gunter
taco gathered a brick and wns about
to deal a more vicious assault when
lends of Henderson stepped In
Gunter Is n large powsriul man
while HondersonMa small and In no
visct strong enough to grapple with
Gunter in an athletic contest
OGDEN THEATRE
Wednesday Next = = = Seasons
Opening = = it Ihe Lottery
pan
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tion = New York
Success
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Many situations have been resorted
to in plays to prevent the happy cul
mination of a marriage vow In the
Lottery Man Rlda Johnson Young
has hit upon an entirely new plan
The hero is Jack Wright a news
paper reporter He Is single and un
loved save for the devotion of his
mother He plans to make money for
his paper by conducting a lottery with
himself as a prize Coupons prlnt d
in the papur lire sold for a dollar
each Most of them arc bought by old
maids Wright promises to give him
self up to a loveless marriage to the
woman who gets the lucky number
Meantime he falls in love with a
charming young girl
Imagine his predicament As ho
explains the first woman he meets on
tho street may have a right to claim
him as her husband As a matter of
fact fate Is so unkind to mand his
sweetheart that the winning number
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falls into the hands of an old maid
a most unattractive person who gloats
over her victory It develops how
ever that the spinster has stolen tho
ticket and with the threat of going to
prison she disgorges
The Lottery Man was first pro
duced In NOW York last fall and has
tho distinction of having remained
there at one theatre for practically
the entire season The Messrs Shu I
bout are now sending it on tour with
a company including William Ilosoll I
Vivian Ogden Florence Robertson I
May Donahue and others
rho local engagement is announced
for the Ogden Theatre next Wcdnca
day August lith
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Scats nuw selling
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New York Money
iS ow York Aug lo Money on call I
easy at 112 131 per cent ruling
rate 1 22 per cent closing bid 112
per cent offered 1 oS per cent
Time loans very dull and soft 60
days 2 a4a per cent ftO days 112
< S331 rid cent six months D3I < T
t 7S per cent
READ TllB cLASS ADS TODAY
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Do Your Children Start I
to School
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If they do start to school will they need
new shoes Will they need new stock I
ings new underwear Will the girl need dresses IIII
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fn Will the boy need a suit or a pair of pants School J l
time is an expensive time for most families Would t
it not be prudent for you to investigate this Rummage I
Sale Have we not a good reason for wanting to rid ourselves of
this remnant stock Have we not made prices which will cut your
j schooloutfitting expense in two Can you afford to miss reading
every word of our full page ad which appears on another page of
this issuer
Wights Rummage Sale I
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NEW DEAD Of
ThE COUNTY
SCiiOOlS
Principal W X Pelteraon of the
Madison school of Ogden has been
appointed superintendent of schools
for Weber county and he has accept
ed the position assuming the duties
of the office this morning The ap
pointment Of jir petterson was to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the roslg
tu Lion of Professor L E Eggertson
who has accepted the position of su
perintendent of schools of Provo
Superintendent Pctterson hns been
principal of the Madison chool for
the past two years and prior to that
time he served three years as county
superintendent of schools Ho hns
been engaged in the school teaching
profession for 12 years nine years
in the city schools and three In time
county schools
The members of the county board
feel that they have made a wiso so
lection In the appointment of Pro
fessor Petterson and that the work
of the schools will ho continued with
vigor They Bay that Mr Pottersoti
was offered flue position last year
but that his other duties kept him
from accepting the position at that
limo
Professor PelUrson states that the
position came to him unsolicited and
that he will do his best to perform
he duties In a manner acceptable to
the board of education tho pupils and
himself He did not apply for the
place but when approached by the
school board as to whether he would
accept the position if tendered him
lie stated that he would
Mr Petterson Is In the office to
day with his sleeves rolled up hav
ing in mind the fact that there will
be something to do between this time
end the opening of the schools
The list of teachers for the county
schools this year will be ready the
I letter part of this week and it is
thought that by that time the super
I intendent will have his plans for the
organizationror the school men and
omon prepared so as to make MI
I announcements for the school
campaign
TENMILE TRENCH
AROUND FOREST FIRE
Wallace Idaho Aug 1otwo com
panies of Infantry from Fort Wright
Spokane arrived hero early today to
aid In quenching the great forest fires
in the Cotter DAleno national forest
Conditions continue to Improve
A ten mile trench has been dug
around tho Big Creek fire and it IK
believed that only a heavy wind will
cause It to got away from tho fire
fighters
The Placer Creek fire is under con
trol and the only danger to Wallace
Is from BK Creek A large crew of
men on the fire on Idaho Mountain
went on a strike yesterday because
they believed the foreman was not a
union sympathizer Men were sent
out today to take theIr places
BROWN IN
REACHES
S RAWLINS
Rawllns Wyo Aug 11 1910
Browning Bros Co Ogden Utah
We arrived In Rawlins this even
ing Theroads today were the worst
we have had We got lost several
times and traveled through grease
woods find washouts for miles
Our mileage is 217 today
The Cadillac had more abuse today
than all the rest of tho trip but we
have had JIQ trouble whatever We
are traveling through Wyoming sands
without any extra water and still have
the Detroit water In radiator
Signed ARCH BROWNING
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STANDARD OIL DIRECTORS
FAILED TO MEET
Xow York Aup 15Hot weather
catisedsir many directors of Ihe
Standard oil company to leave tho
city for rqolor spots that when the
quarterly dividend meeting came
around tdday thore was no quorum
present to act on the dividend which
Is to be paid In Septomber The reg
ular September disbursement is 0
000060
RECOUNT CREATES A
SURPRISE IN KANSAS
Topvka Kas Aug ISThe oflclal
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count of the ballots cast at the re
cent republican primary for justice
of the supreme court furnished a I
great surprise It developed today
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that Justice Silas Porter of Kansas
J City Kan who had conceded bis own
defeat has been renomlnatcd His I
plurallt is 169 over Justlco C B
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NEGRESS ROBS
A WlilTE MAN
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William Johnson reported to time
police station Saturday night that hi1
had been held up and robbed by a
regress He said the woman took
hlb purse which contained his wages
for the past week by slipping up
behind him and getting It Ipto her
possession boforo he really know
what the carrylngons were John
von is an employe of the Southern
Pacific railway and is quite an eld
erly man
Following the tip given them by
the two colored women the
I police arrested another colored
woman by the name of Lor
cue Lear who it Is claimed lost her
I hat in nor haste to escape with John
sons pocketbook
Detective Plncock and Wardlaw
traced the woman described by the
two suspects to a colored hangout I
at Twentyseventh street and Wall I
avenue known as Noahs Ark Shy
had left by the time the officers ar I
rived but tho lip was given them that
the had started for the Banquet sa
loon Going directly to the place mention
ed and ascending to the rooming
house the woman was discovered
acleep In ono of tho rooms She was
taken to the station and confronted
with the two women who had Inform
ed on her as well as the man whom
she is accused of robbing All three I
Identified her as the woman who
owned the big green hat that John I
son had picked up In tho street after
having his pocket picked
She was locked up but was allowed I
to send a telegram lo a friend in
Salt Lake asking for 1450 with
1 which to reimburse Johnson and 150 I
for ball money all of which SIlO ex
pressed a willingness to borrow I
lhat she might be released from un
I just detention at the police station
The police have not yet received a
I reply to her telegram
In making her escape tho negress
I dropped her hat which was secured
and may prove the means of appre I
hending her I
I Johnson Is an unsuspecting sort of
a man and has had little experience
with criminals and their methods
He stated to the police last even
ing that he had just received his
weeks wages amounting to 11 and
was starting for home with the mo
n r secure as he thought In a roar
trousers pocket While passing tho
pickle works on Wall avenue be I
tweet Twentyfifth street and Twen
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tjfonrth street he suddenly felt a
hand reach up under the fouck of I
hit coat He turned quickly only to
find a medium sized nogress wear
ing a big green trinmmed hat In tho
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ret of lifting his pocketbook
The woman was too quick for him
and having secured the book she
turned quickly and darted away in I
the direction of the drlvway back of
the pickle factory
Johnson started after her and In
her efforts to elude him tho negress
lust her big hat in the roadway
Johnson was unable to locate her in
the dark and soon abandoned the
pursuit He recovered the lint how I
ever and took it to the police station
viere the oillcers wore detailed on I
the case I
The notorious Susie Johnson and I
a colored pal from Salt Lake wore
soon gathered In and made to Iou
the hat before the victim of the rob
I bfry but they did not quito resemble
the Impression that he had formed
of the ono Vito robbed him Both I
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women declared however that tbi i
lat belonged to a woman frleni
called Honey Bug a local negresj
end officers were dispatched to flai
her BUILDIN6 IN
ALL PARTS
OF CITY
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Ogden building does not slacken
I In the least The prospects are thnt
tnls weeks operations will be moro
I cVensIve than during any other week
uf the season The weather condl
lions are ideal for rapid building the
luhorcrd are being paid good wages
and there Is plenty of material on j
hind for construction work
I The cement men will begin on the
basement of the Marion hotel 03 i
Tvvent filth street and Lincoln ave
nue tomorrow and the contractor
says within the next ten days or two t
weeks the brick masons may begin f
handling their trowels on the walls
Architect 1 C Craig visited the sill
today and lie stated that the pros
I peels were the building will be coiii
piNed III record breaking time
Mrs S A HUiley Is erecting n1
dwelling on Twentysecond street be1
I vycen Adams and Jefferson avenues
thai will cost when completed In Ihi
jicighborhooj of 1800
On Adnmr avenue between Thirty
fifth and Thlrtyfalxth streets P H
Bnrncy Is hulldTig a 1100 residence
The home will bo ready for use with
in a short time I
Hilda Rlngdahl has begun time coo
btrucllon if a residence on Twentieth
street oetween Adams and leffersoi
wveiiiies to cost about 1200
D F Jarvis Is constructing a
dwelling house on Twentysixth strct
between Grant and Washington av M
Hues The home will cost Something
over 1100 when finished
Charles C Mortcnscn la building 3
residence on Adams avenue between
Thirtyfifth and Thirtysixth streets
that will cost 1200
George W Driver has begun tlu
election of an addition to his noiu < i
on Twentyninth street between Ua
nln and Grant avenues that will coil j
several hundred dollars I
I Y1OLATE D
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In rendering a decision In the cS
of the City against Otto Schnelk
tried for violating the Sundayclod I
law the judge statod that he did ut
consider there wns anything of wdl
to the contention of the attorney h I
the defense that the ordinance res0 t
hating Sunday closing is unconstltu I
lentil and that he would find the de
fendant guilty A fine of 5 was 1m f
posed j
P R OShea was arraigned on the
charge of exceeding tho speed limit
not I
with an automobile He pleaded
guilty and asked that the case l > o not
tried until tomorrow morning It wai
so ordered Mr OShea staled that
he is a stranger in the city and is no
familiar with the city ordinances He
also stilted to the city attorney that
If ho exceeded the speed limit ho did
so unconsciously and with no inten
tion of doing an unlawful act
he vn 1
Frank Weedon stated that
unlawfully drunk August 12 He t
was filled S1 In lieu of which he nlll tt
be pomp + > llcd to sense the days in Urn t
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living is nl tilt poinl where wo roads moot One
looks inviting hut lends to misfortune The other T
s up a steep hill hut lends Ip success r
A hank aceonnt is the best incentive and help
You are invitod to open one with us d
i per cent interest paid on Savings Alec Oll n lS
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Capital Stock 10U 00000 IF
Surplus and Profits 10000000 °
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