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THE OQDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAHFRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913. 9 SNOODLES DIARY THE "BULGARIAN BLOUSE" GETS HIM IN BAD. Released Tuesday June J N E3 w n , I I J? Blocks) ffifff VelY-) ( " l r J I - w r i v- " w r t " j r - w - v. i 1JL J! 1 h , JU. oVED J I PRICE Q COAT 1 and 1 SUIT SALE Our cnlirc stock of Ladies' ' and Misses' Spring Suits and Coats are now on sale at --- HALF PRICE Half Price Curtain Sale 250 Pairs of Lace Curtains Now on Sale at Half Price .LAST & THOMAS SPECIAL TRAIN WITH HOTEL EMPLOYES The first party of Yellowstone park I hotel employee went north this morn ing In an extra couch on tho Oregon 8hort Line. This preliminary force will begin lo got the reports ready fori the opening of the park season, June 16. Since Saturday there has been weekly freight service over the Yel lowstone branch for the accommoda tion of tho resort keepers. On June 13. a special train of park employes will arrive from Los An geles to be taken north oer the Short Line. The train will be made up of one baggae car, one smoker, one chair coach, four tourist sleep er and a diner, and an additional baggage car will be added at Ogden The size of the train will necessitate a double header bclnp; used at Ash- ton. Wyo. The hotels In the park In most f cases are owned by proprietor of I winter hotels In California. Upon I the close of the park season, the help B is sent to the winter hotels which are I kept running through the season un I til shortly before the opening of the M park season again, when the help Is r returned to Yellowstone Much of the furniture and furnishings are used in I the summer and winter hotels. According to advices received, the E Yellowstone special of the Oregon Denver & Rio Grande 3 Excursions Round Trip Fares I CHICAGO $56.50 fl) ST LOUIS 52.00 l ST. PA I L 55.70 f OMAHA 40.00 II f KANSAS CITY 40.00 DENVER 22.50 Low rates to other points. Sale Dates June 3, 7, 13, 14, 21, 28. And Liter dates. Good returning to Oct. 31 Vj Electric lighted sleepers to Chicago and St. Louis. Dining Car Service Best Anywhere Sunday Excursions To Salt Lake $1.00. F. FOUTS. Agent, J Reed Hotel Bldg Ml C. A. Henry, Tkt. Agt.. W Union Depot. i' Short Line will consist of the same equipment as last season and the first train will leave Ogden June 15. oo DR. CONDON IS AGAIN IN HIS OFFICE WHERE H E WILL BE GLAD TO MEET H IS I OLD FRIENDS AND PATRONS. Adv. 3: oo BEATER OF THE TOM-TOM BEAT HIS BOARD Jo6epn Senn. the tom-tom beater with the Oriental dancing girls at the carnival, was urrested yesterday on th- charge of running away from a room bill which he had contracted In Ogden In October, 1912, while em ployed at thfl BDOPS In tho capacity of boiiermaker. Senn pleaded guilty In court this morning and his employer stated that the bill had been made right with the landlord. Judge Reeder took the matter un der advisement until tomorrow J D. Lepper pleaded not guilt) to the chargH of obtulnlug property un der false pretences and his case will be heard Monday Lepper, who is the W bite sewing machine agent In Ogden, is charged by Mrs P. R Shupe with taking I machine from her home for the pur pose of making repairs and then re fusing to return the machine when ordered to do so Lepper claims the repairs have not been made and is waiting to finish ' the Job. oo FIFTY DOLLARS FINE FOR I HAGGERTY After finding Mike Haggerty, a waiter, guilty of drunkenness and dis orderly conduct at tho ball grounds yesterday afternoon, Judge Reeder i this morning imposed a aentenco of I SSli According to the arresting officer, I William Richardson. Haggerty secured a ticket for 50 cents and thn cried to get In the grandstand with the bleach er's HckeL When ho was told that he should have paid an additional quarter, Hagerty began to abuse the officer In the presence of wouhmi I Upon being returned his admission fee and placed outside the grounds, he kept up his abuse and wns arrested I'lilcrialtiiiii nt In piilic- uurt w.it- furnished by the seven vags who stood In a row and pleaded guilty to the charges preferred against them The seven were the men arrested yesterday morning while they were being "pickled" tn he rear of the I pickle works on Wall aTCDUO, F.ach mau was given an opportun ity to talk and most of them took advantage of the opportunity and amused the audience After a lecture, sentences were sus pended on the entire party. Karl Kllsenier, charged with Bt eat ing a watch and chain from P ('. Williams, did not answer to his name and his ball of $25 was forfeited- oo FOWLER GOES TO HELENA TEAM Pitcher Fowler, who was rHeascd from the Ogden team two days aso, has been signed by Helena and the former Ogden player left last night for Butte to join his new club Dannj Shay telegraphed to Fow lor as soon as he bad heard of his being released. DorCn, the shortstop who has played with Ogden for the past ten days, was released last nlcht Dorcfa Intends to accept the offer of the Midvale club to play semi-professional ball. Vox, a catcher from the Quln cy team of the Three-I league, Join ed McC'loskey'a band of ball players lit night and will probably work in harness today for the Skyscrapers. DE LUXE TRAIN' IS TO MAKE SPEED Beginning June R, when the new Southern Pacific time card goes lulu effect, the Overland Limited de lu train will cut down the time consumed In making the irip from Chicago San Francisco one hour and 45 hum utes. The train will leave San Fran clsco at 4 o'clock p m. Instead of at 2 p. m., as at present, but the train will arrive In Chicago at 9:ir p ui only 15 minutes later than It does at present The stop In Ogden will onlj be lon; enough to put on a diner and give the ' urs a washing. Beginning Tune 8 also, .the South ern Pacific will have an afternoon train arriving In Ogden at 4 45 p ni.. Ogden time oo Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers have been placed on flic in the covin t recorder's ol fit J. I. Brummitt nnd wife to Flor ence O. Stanford, u part of lots (J and 7. block 54. Nob Hill addition, consideration, $i5o. ki in A Hubbeii to Alfred Christen son a part of lot C, block 4. South Ogdn surv . consideration, $500 oo TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY MOTORCYCLE, cheap. Harl.-y i:n vldson, 1912 Model, practically new Phone 2222. a snap 6-fi-lwl: When a man boasts of being wise he thereby disproves It. UTAH BERRIES ARE ON THE MARKET Home strawberries appeared on the Ogden market this morning In quite large quantities and it Is said by the dealers that they are the best in many years Charles Taylor of Rlverdole has a small army of boys and girls picking. He stater, that so far he has sold all his berries at not less than $2 a crate He figures on a crop worth ?2.000 to be harvested from his five acres In some sections frost damaged the strawberry crop, but in Rlverdale the i crop will be heavy. OfJ IS LOOKING FOR PROPERTY SN THIS COUNTY J E .Smith, representing the Lec I Broom factory of Wichita. Kan.. Is In the city for a few days in the Inter I est s of his business and at tho same time visit a farm which he himsell and two brothers own at West We ber Mr Smith states Hint a short time ago his father gave the three broth ers a sugar beet farm at West Weber to which the father had rallen heir by the death of a friend a few years ago, and that none of the boys have ever seeu the place. He says that It contains 80 acres of land which, he under8tande, is used largely In the cultivation of sugar btcts. He does not know the name of the man from whom his father received title to the farm, and Is wondering whether he will be ahletti locate his property. However, he is going to visit West Weber and make Investigations oo WAITING ON THE COMMISSION Judce V. C Cunncll of the juvenile court Is experiencing the delays that often result when buoy public of ficers are placed upon a commission. Imu- M-vcial "'ks, the judge lit- hern waiting for tho Juvenile commission to act upon his appointments of as sistant probation officers and his clerk but thus far the matter has re mained undecided. Governor William Spry, Attorney A. R. Barnes and State Superintendent I A. C. Nelson make up the commission. Up to date, the three men have not succeeded In getting vacant moments at the same time. Consequently the recommendations to tho commission ers are still on file. According to the reorganization of the Juvenile courts. Judge Gunuell has named his assistant juvenile pro bation officers for Morgan, Davis and Weber counties, but he cannot get bis court into formal working order until the commission acts. oo INVESTIGATING PAVILIONS IN PARKS At the meeting of tho city park commission yesterday afternoon, the report of tho superintendent was re ceived. The report stated that the super intendent, with tho president of the , board, had visited Sail Iako parks with a view to investigating the man. uer in which pavilions in the parks I aro conducted. In contemplation of the establishing of a pavilion in Lib erty park. The superintendent .eportod that I no word had been received from the city board of education respecting the proposed co-operation between tho park and the school boards In Im proving Monroe pnrk and he recom mended that a conference with the superintendent of schools be held. The recommendation was approved and superintendent Van der Schult was authorized to meet Superinten dent lohn M Mills of the city schools It was announced that Burton I Drigge Will have charge of the play "rounds in Liberty park again this year Mr. Drlggs conducted the play exercises for the children last year. Ho will take charge of the park June IS Pav tolls were allowed and or dered i-aid and the salar of the keeper of Central park was raised $10 a month. ome diseases might be more easily cured If they had simpler names. WILL DOUBLE!! TRACK IN NEVADA San Francisco. June 8 Double tracking part of the company's lines In Nevada will cost the Southern Pa cific company $2,134,120 according to an itemized system filed today with the state railroad commission. The company sought permission to issue 130,000,000 In 5 per cent, two-year notes, for improvement purposes About ten millions will be expended In California ami Nevada, according to the statement The commissioners were told when the statement was presented that the company saw no need of segregating expenditures "because of any under lylng ownership" This was taken to Indicate the Intention of the company I to proceed with contemplated lm-J provements on' tho Central Pacific,; held under lease, without fear of loss through the dissolution of the South- cm Pacific-Union Pacific merger. COLORED BAND, DESERTS THE ! CARNIVAL The Campbell carnival, on Grant avenue and 27th street, Is without a band, the colored gentlemen consti tuting that part of the show having departed for Evanston: Wyo. The band men left the show with out the consent of the manager who was scarcely aware of their depart ure before they were well on their way to the Wyoming-city. Manager Campbell was angered over the antics of the colored men and he hurriedly made a request on the sheriff to place the men under arrest on the charge that they were taking with them musical inetru menl $hal do not belong to them The sheriff, however. adised the manager that he could not make an unless a complaint were filed and a warrant Issued Mr Campbell Bald he would swear to a complaint, but up to a late hour this afternoon he had not done so There are 12 colored men In the band and they all left the Campbell company, claiming that they had not been paid in full for tbelr services Tie also stated that the instni ments belong to them. They were; offered employment by a show com pany in Bvanston and immediately ac c pted the position, departing for thai plate with all speed Campbell advised the sheriff that his carnival will continue Its per formance as scheduled In Ogden and will go to Pocatello Monday. oo THREE DAYS OF WHITE WAY CARNIVAL Plans for the monster carnival and i li ition to be held on the com pletlon ot the 'White Way" will bo considered at a meeting of Publicity bureau directors within the next two weekB. The celebration will extend oor a period of three days and ar rangements will be made with the railroads for excursions to be run from ail Utah cities. Not only will the "White Way" be celebrated) but progress along all 'Jines will be commemorated It Is the desire of the bureau to give the carnival a name that will le appropriate for a booster event ut the sort The name will be a slogan that will appear on badges.: (hat bands, advertising matter to be j I sent out. In other words the desire , is for a slogan that w ill be short and will impress strangers with the fact that Ogden is a progressive city. CONVENTION ON GOOD ROADS J D, Uirson. secretary of tho Inter, mountain Cood Roads association will leave tomorrow for Boise to be gone until after the convention. which convenes on tho morning of the loth and continues lor three days. The . . rotary will take with blin a cop- j tons supply of boosting material to be givu out to the delegates attend ing tbo convention. The other dele gates from Ocden will do likewise. Governor Win Spr has reported to (he secretary that he has named James Plugroe and Moroni Skeen as delegates from Ogden. Sw inging around the circle does not J constitute u social revolution. I Furniture tor the June I BRIDES I B Happy homes can be furnished from cellar to garret at 30tf to i 40? less than you pay elsewhere if you buy your furniture Ej here The most complete line of NEW and SECOND HAND g furniture ever displayed. Come and look it over before you buy. A Trunks and j I These are absolutely the very best, both in style and qual- I ity Nothing is more pleasing to the traveler than one of our absolutely guaranteed Raw Hide Fibre Trunks. Our Suitcases are especially manufactured for constant use and are therefore everlasting. Our prices cannot be equaled anywhere. Come and look this stock over and be convinced that this is the place where you can save money. Utah Trunk & Furniture Co. I A. SrNER, Prop. At our new location. 2460 Grant Ave Regrets for the past seldom keep i a woman from ucceptlng the present. I It Is tho man who minds his own business whom other people like to have mind theirs It is w hat people think a man knows I that counts If Tupid makes all the matrimonial alliances he is responsible for some bundling jobs. I CUPS JOHN R. BROWN COMMISSION CO Box Lumber. Hay. Grain, Feed and Poultry Supplies. New address 2219 Wash. Phone 802 THERE IS NO SECRET B about the growth of money. It is caused by regular, 1 systematic deposits in the Commercial National jj Bank where they will accumulate at interest The Commercial National Bank cordially invites you G i to come in and open an account or you can send your deposits by mail. 4? Interest Paid on ! Savings Accounts. Keep Your Home and Office Cool 1 -as-- I Mountain Air I OUR siX-BLADE NOISELKSS KLI-X TRIC I FANS 1)0 IT Electric Service Co. I "The Live Wire Contractors" Phone 88 UP 24th St'