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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY. JUNE 10, 1913.
ri 9 i! Alaska ,..,., for$66 Excursion steamships leave Seattle 9 P. M. Tune 20, July 2, 8, 14,-20, 06, Aur. 1. 7, 13; l, 26, v.a ntide Passu?; Berth and Meals indndeflin (arc e Glaciers Indians Totem-iole- Fiords, Forests, SnOW-oapped Mountains. An ideal vacation vov ftjje Ask for special folder. RrtrrTalions ftorc on sate PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO, Lot Aatelc. 540 So Spr.m Street San Fr.nci.co. RS3 Mltet Sf . Plce Hotel! Seattlr. 113 Jm Street CONFERENCE OF RAILROAD I MEN To attend a conference In Salt Lako and probably In Ogden the im port of which has not hpn Riven on' for publication. J. -i Barlow, assist ant engineer of the Southern Pacific, .-.rrived in Ofrden from San Francipco this morning and General Manager Charles Ware of the 1'nion Pacific and R N. Huntley, chief engineer, are arriving this afternoon from Omaha Mr Ware. Mr. Huntley and Super intendent William .lefferp left Chey enne in a special train for a general inspection of the division from Chey enne to Ogden. Upon the arrival or the train her, the officials will go; to Salt Lake, but probably will return here for a further conference. CARD OF THANKS Through the columns of this paper we wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all those who assisted dur H mg the sickness and death of our daughter Iorrot'a Roberson , also for the many beautiful floral offerings We wish to thank all the speakers who spoke words of comfort to U3, also the singers. May they all receive the same kind assistance in their hour of sorrow john" c. m obrtrudb rice ROBERSON Jl FIRST MT10KAL 9 BANK OF CGDEN, UTAH 1 U- S. DEPOSITARY Capital 150,000.00 Undivided profit and surplus 350,000.00 I Deposits , 3,500,000 00 J M. S. Browning, Pres.; L. H. Eccles, Vice Pres.; Q. M. Tribe, Vlce-Pres , John Wat son, Vice-Pres.: John Pingree, Cashier; Jas. F. Burton, Asst ler. B GAS RANGES PEERY-KNISELY HARDWARE CO. 2437 Wash Ave. Phone No. 213 Slade's Transier Phone 321. 408 25th Street We have the largest van in the city. Quick service. Moving, ship ping and handling pianos. Prompt freight deliveries Furniture mov ing a specialty. Storage at reason able rates. Excursions Easl L Z3 The Union Pacific System" . St0,rjOMAMA POXT3 CAST I " -iL- The Direct Way " Automatic -rb" -c -Decrrk Safety T- BioOi SkJnal Protpcton ; " Special round trip fares from OGDEN to Chicago $56.50 St. Louis 52.00 Memphis 59.85 St. Paul 55.70 Omaha 40.00 Kansas City 40.00 Denver 2250 Pueblo 22-50 Proportionate rates to other points fmm ' . I DATES OF SALE: June 3, 7, 13, 14, 21, 28. July 2, 5, 10, 19, 23, 31. Aug. 1, 9, 10, 11, 16, 22, 28. Sept. 10, 11. FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31. Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers. Six Daily Trains ' WW via or further information, ticket and Hfl reservations, call at, phone or address CITY TICKET OFFICE yr?.j 2514 Washington Ave. Phone 2600. Paul L. Beemer jS&j City Passenger and Ticket Agent HARBERTSON IS A COMING CHAMP With Ernest Kartje ae his trainer. Jack Harbertson the local wrestler. who meetfl Henry Irslinger for a re turn match al the Orpheum. June l!t. I is learning new tricks at his trade i The two tneel Id training matches at Harhertson's gymnasium and during the training hours there are always B Dumber Of fans on hand to see Kart je and Harbertson work Kartje has become greatly Interest ed in his man. and promises that h fronds of Jack will see a big change In offensive tactics In the next match Those who nave seen the local m:in in his arious mat' hes agree with Kartje that the defense of Harbertson has always been excellent The train er declares that a stronger offense will make the Ogden man a world heater and it Is to this end that Kartje 1m v. orking At the same time Irslinger Is not laying off. One of the stunts he does even- da v is to take a trip to Malan's heights and hack in the morning A Those who have taken the walk up and down the mountain appreciate what I a fund of energy is expended In mak ing the journey Irslinger judges his, phvslcal condition by the way he feel at the conclusion of each trip and he states that he is in such good shape thai Hie walk and climb just makes: him tired In addition to his cross-I country runs, he wrestleR and boxes for wind. Realizing that his former Victors musl llP backed un' ne 19 tal(' ms do Chances of losing through be i ing in poor condition nn BLOW UP THE WRONG MAN COSTS $15 Louis Oliver, the negro arrested yes terday afternoon when he had attack ed B, P. I fallen and had been sent to the sidewalk for his pains, told Judge Reeder this morning that he had attacked Hailen because Hallen resembled an insurance agent. Although the remark caused a gen eral laugh It a, ailed Oliver nothing and he was given a sentence of $15 or 15 days Hallen stated this morning that he was on his way toward the depot with a friend when, at a point opposite the Assembly club, Oliver had called 'o him and made a pass at his face Hal len said that to protect himself h: had sent Olher down for the count with a blow on the jaw The six Greeks arrested last night and charged with plainp cards "for cigars, coffee and soda v ater," will be tried tomorrow morning. Patrolman Marlln and Sergeant Mohlman arrested the sextetio al the coffee house of Pete ColloS on Twenty-fifth street Collos was held on K60 bail and So each was put up by t brothers Orpheum Tonight Vaudeville and Pictures. Singing, Dancing and Acting 10c. oo NEW CLERK IN EMPLOY OF THE CITY On the recommendation of Major A I CJ. Fell, at the commissioners' meet i ing this morning, the salaries of J 1 Heath, tapper and Walter Clark. Ilpipemen, in the water works depart ment, were raised from $2.'J5 to 2 60 a day, because of continued and effi cient service in the department The mayor'B selection of Walter PhuI as clerk in the water works de ! part men t at a salary of $75 a mouth was approved and the appointment oT liclally made. C. G Price was given the contracl for plastering the city jail, the con tract price being $14 The $2.00(1 bond of the Ogden Plumbing & Heating company wan approved and a plumber's license Is j sued. I The financial report of the water works department for the month of May shows the following receipts and disbursements Receipts for May $ 5,689.25 Cash on hand May 1 10,770 65 Total $16. 459 IH Disbursements $ 2,743.16 Cash on hand May 31 14. 716.76 Total $16,459.91 Cash In bank May 31 $14 646.01 Deposit June 2 158.65 Total $14 804 66 Less warrants outstanding May 31 $ 1,807.90 Balance $12,716.76 4 oo Orpheum Tonight Vaudeville and Pictures, j Singing, Dancing and ) Acting 10c. nn . SLOT MACHINE CASE DISMISSED Upon the grounds that they wer In the nature of teat and had been selected from the entire city, City Attorney John Heywood this morning I moved for the dlsmispal of the three slot machine case9 against W. E. Sanderson and William A Taylor There were two complalnta against Sanderson and one against Taylor. Judge W, H. Reeder granted the mo tion Before the Utah supreme court ren dered a decision lu the matter of the slot machines, the two defendant agreed to test the rase and operated their machines. After being arraigned in the municipal court, the case was continued until arter the decision, which put the machines out of commission. VETERANS ASK FOR MAINE TABLET In behalf of Harry A. Young camp No 2, Spanish American War veter ans Commander George 'Wardlaw hae Bent an application to the Becretan of the navy for one of the memorial tablets cast from the guns ot the bat tleshlp Main.- Only 1000 tabh ts cast and strong rceommendai ion -required to secure one, but it is be lieved that one of the thousand will come to Ogden When the sunken Maine was re covered, the pmiF were removed and taken in charge by the "; y depart -ment They were melted and cist In to tablets. 13x18 inches, weighing 15 pounds each The government stamp has been placed upon one side and upon the other is an engraving oi the Maine with an Inscription stating, that the tablet is a memorial for those ho lost their lives Id the ex plosion of the vessel In the applications sent out to be filled in. the organizations asking for a tablet must promise to hang It prominently In the meeting room and that great care be taken to preserve It The tablet cannot be ghen away or loaned without the permission of the government. Commander Wardlaw completed the task of securing signatures and Bi al to the papers sent with the applica tion today and mailed the documents this afternoon BROTHERHOOD ELECTS ITS OFFICERS Officers for the ensuing year were elected b the Fraternal Broth 1 last evening at the annual election, held at the Eagles' hal! Those ele t ed last evening will be installed with appropriate ceremonies at the first meeting in July. The following are the newly elected officers: Past president. Henry Klenke. C E Warren, president. L F Boyle, vice president. Frank Davey, sr-rucant in arms: Mrs. C E Warren, mistress it arms; Myrtle Hoover, chaplain; Mr d 3 L. F. Boyle, treasurer. Pearl Peak, secretary. Percy Cook. Inner door keeper; Evelyn Wadsworth and Win nlfred Celger. auditor-- iniste. e Maud Whltten, Myrtle Rowland and L. F. Boyle. UU DROPS DEAD AT BREAKFAST IN A CAFE While seated at a table In the Vienna cafe, at 10:15 o'clock this morning, David N Stephens, aged ". years, and a lifelong resident of Og den, was stricken with apoplexy, dy ing a few minutes later while being i tki n to the police Btatlon in the pa trol wagon. Apparenth in good health. Mr Stephens, who conducts a confection er wagon at the Reed hotel comer, had gone to the restaurant for break fast While seated at a table near the door, his head was seen to fall forward When the Chinese waitei observed that the man was in dis tress he rushed to the Btreet and notified Patrolman John Russell. Russell telephoned to the police station for the patrol and at the Bame time the city physician was called and was on hand when the wagon reach) d the station After the unconscious man bad been lifted Into the wagon, he was observed to give a sligln ga which was the last sign of life. At th- sta tion, Dr. Whalen examined him and pronounced apoplex the cause (l1 dath. The body was removed to the Lindqulst Undertaking parlors. Mr. Stephens was born In Ogden, 52 years ago. and has lived In the city practically his entire 1 1 r His late resldenc'was 27f,7 Volker avenue. He is survived bv the following children Cheater, Joseph. Pearl, DeForges, Dorthula and Mary Stephens His wlf died two years ago. Alonzo and C. O. Stephens are brothers. BURGLARS LOOT STORE Price, June The Independent coal & Coke company's general store at Kenllworth was broken into last night and about $400 worth of goods taken. The postofflce which is in iIk same building, lost onh $2 Officers who are investigating the case b the same persons who stole a pouch of registered mail from the depot here a few days ago are guilty, but ha no clew In either case. uu GOLF TOURNAMENT. Seattle. Wash.. June 10 The west ern all-star golf team left here today for Victoria to play Canadian goli ers this afternoon and tomorrow 1 1 will play in Seattle Thursday, Fridaj and Saturday and later In Tacoma and Port lan d Charles (Chick) Evans. Jr. and Warren K Wood of Chicago; Harry Ci. Legg of Minneapolis, D E Sawyer and Carl B Devol of Chicago: Howard B. Lee of Detroit. Frazer Hale of Chi cago and Philip Stanton of Orand Rap ids. Mich., are the members of the western team. DURAND GETS JOB. Minneapolis, Minn.. June 10. K. Dana Durand. former director of the census of the United States, haa ac- 1 cepted the position of director of the, bureau of research in agricultural economics at the Minnesota Agricul tUral college, according to an an nouncement last night. CONTEST IS TO! CLOSE ON JULY 3 That the winner of Wright's pony contest may have the pleasure of ua ing his prize on the Fourth of July, the firm has decided to make the award on the morning of the Fourth of July Instead of August 15, as an nounced at first. This means that there are now only about three weeks more. The list today shows increase in most of the totals and yet no one of the contestants has a very great num ber. It looks as though anyone of th following could be the winner by be ginning at once an active campaign. If, within the next few days, some of the contestants do not become nior. active. It will be assumed that they are not any longer interested and their names will be dropped from the contest. Those who have but few votes, but who still desire to remain in the contest, should notify the con test manager to that effect. Ashton. Raymond U-2 Bachelor, Ruth 160 Baker, Ada 161 Barber. Mary 1'S Barnett, Floyd 172 Belnap, Howard 159 Bingham. Oscar A 193 Blackburn. Oriel ISO Blake. Katie 200 Bodlc, Marion 882 Brown. Theodore 72 Browning, June 219 Bult. Sarah 170 Burke, Charley 2"u Bybee. Glen . 173 Carr. Dean 160 Cannon, Ray 161 Cheney, Clinton 155 Chez. Miriam 312 ! Cragun. George 173 Clarke. Roy 644 Clawson, Curtis 15 Cook. Robert 153 Coolev. Sterling 382 Colt. Edward 100 Corny. Blanche Hr Critchlow. Bert 163 Crompton, Harold 172 Dallas. Robert 131 Doyle. Jlmmle 1842 Eberhardt. Milton 149 Farr, Kenneth 191 Fernelius. Veda 152 Finch, La Verne 111 Fohey. Tom 168 Torsgren, Grant 149 Frost. Chancey 102 Fulton Inez 172 Grauvogel, Carl 140 Qallacher, Kenneth 2G2 Garner, Glen H2 Hadley. Emily 172 Hadley, John 309 Halllday, Clifford 145 Hammon, Grant 237 Hansink, Arland 140 Harbertson, Thelma 142 Harris. Browett 147 Harris. Rhea 151 Harrop, Cleone 192 Eierrington Dorothy 587 Heyman Kathrine 149 HinchCliff Virgil 163 Hodson. Phillis 429 Holmes, John 135 Jackson. Harold Jensen, Christinla 152 Jensen. Ester 149 Jensen, Lester 11 Jenson, Thomas . . Johnson. Albin Jones, Oakley 10fi Junk. Rhoda 183 Junk. Ruth 160 KaalUB, Effie 149 Kendall Lawrence 15". Knight. Horace 15i Knight. Walter 162 Knudson. L Knudson, Marjorie 175 Kohn. Kenneth 135 Knight. Viola 305 Kraines, Lizzie 182 Lambert. Lea 173 Leach. Kathleen 14" Mack. Dee 9o7 Maginnis. Lizette 135 Middleton. Hyrum 13 ! Monson. Weldon 18 Moore. Bennett 13'J Moore. Earl 179 ' Mullen, Margery 19 Murray. John 192 McFarland, Rose 184 McFarland, Sarah 199 McGowan, Thom?r. 131 McNulty, Bernard 366 Nelson. Chester 893 Oborn. Edna 200 Palmer. La Von 147 Parker. Elwood .... 159 Parker. Ruel 182 Parry. Anglena 173 Parry. Mary 149 Peterson, Norms 162 m Coal H Information Dr, y,,u know that Eg A..T.Wh .-al is a ri-id superior coal? If jov don't, It's tin)'? K3 you found out. R In acuio.1 fuel It leads H all other western coals, . H For heat pr-'Xrt!ftS It la not ai.i ?7j It burns clean and MB leave v-ry little h K coetn no more than oth-r coals. Kj The largeit ronrn Wry in this part of the country. l.urn M exrlu- B Don't n'rk lt'1 I about time von com H menced Its ii"-" Order a fon 'rom I your df.iler toJft. M!n-d by the pendent Coal & Coke Co.. Rt Kenllworth, Sg Utah C N Slrevell. ffi Preji. and Gen Mgr : I Jas. H. Pa-terson. J 1 E Prea.-Tre as. ; F. A. H Druehl, fecy Powell. Merlin 220 Raddon. Elsie 182 RaHmuBHon, Carl Wfi Richardson. Leland 142 HldKen. Harris 160 Ross. Clarence 186 Rowse, Winnie 170 Roylance, Ada 172 Ruby, Reta 146 Russell. John 105 Schneider, Clifford 116' Shipley. Norman 143 I Shupe, HSdwln 166 Slade, Edward 168 Smith. Frank 160 Smith, William 178 Stratford, Tarl 182 Stewart. Floyd 813 Stephens. Luclle 142. Stimpson, Elwood 164 Stlmpson, Mildred 188 Swenson, Carl 18 Tollefsen. Hans . . 160 Tomllnson, Lillian 188 Thatcher. Lionel - 18ft Thomas, Lisle 158 Turner. Hirst 140 Van He Graaf, John 156 Van SicUK Pari 172 Van Woerkom, Matilda 180 Ward, Kenneth 861 Warner. Ieona . 183 Watson. Cluy 168 Watson. James 142 West. Blsbee -151 West, Markle 148 Wharton. Thomas 26 ! Whlteley, Gladsy 143 Wooley, Klba 1683 Woods. Lizzie lf,s;l Williams. Edrlc 169 Wright. Marvin 172 Wright. Thelma ' 188 Voshida. Frank 126 Orpheum Tonight Vaudeville and Pictures, Singing, Dancing and Acting 10c. oo WORK BEGUN ON THE ECCLES BUILDING ! Teams began placing gravel on the. pavement facing the ruins of the Ec cles' block, on the Twenty-fourth street side, this morning, preparatory to beginning concrete work A num ber of men are engaged removing n heavy concrete base of the former west wall The first floor of the Kiesel block has been completed and brick ma sons will begin work on the wall far ing Twenty-fourth street this af ternoon Forms for the concrete pil lars, in the north and east walls are being built by carpenters. Excavation for the Peery block, across the street east from the Kiesel building. Is completed and the con crete workers will begin on the base ment walls tomorrow SNIPPE AFTER HIM I hear that Briggs is behind with his tailor." "Wrong' 'He's three suits ahead." Boston Transcript. JURORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT The juroros for the June term in Judge N J Harris' division of the district court appeared this morning and were examined as to their statu- . tory qualifications. A few were dere llcl and bench warrants were threat- ened. However the belated soon i learned that their presence was re quired in court and they made hurry 1 up runs to get to the court house Tho-, . used for physical disabll Itj and business reasons were Fred Lundberg. Peter F McFarland. Wil- liam H. Collins. J. A. Thompson and 1". I rlendershot. The first case tak-I en up tor trial was that of the Btate I :iu.-iinsi Maggie Jones, charged with grand larceny. oo LICENSE FOR A SALOON IS DENIED Respecting unstghth bill hoards on Wall avenue and Twenty-sixth street Commissioner J c Nye reported to the board of commissioners last eight that the manager of the Utah Bill Posting company had assured him that they would be removed. The petition of property owners fori the removal of poles from the center of the street to the curb line, on ' Twentieth street, between Washing ton and Grant avenues, was granted and the removal will bo ordered On the recommendation of Mayor Fell, water main extensions were or dered made ou Wall avenue to Twen tieth street, but action on the exten sion of mains ou East Sixteenth street was deferred Blosser and Foley of the Elite cafe were granted a refund of license from May 3 to May 24. The business place was being repaired during that time. J The application of An bur Buckner for a saloon on Lincoln avenue, near the Bamberger depot, to be known as the Lagoon saloon, was denied. Super intendent T s. Browning of the de partment of public safety reporting adversely on the application on the ' ground that to grant the application would be to increase the number of saloons beyond that provided for In the city ordinances and also that the place Is not within the liquor district as provided In the law. Plumbing Inspector Thomas Davis ' reported against granting a plumber -I license to Murray T Campbell and J C. Wright because a number of Plumbers of the city had protested the right of the men to practice plumbing i In the city, claiming that they have I no permanent place of business and are not capable. The commissioners I took no action on the report, but re ferred the communication of the in I spector to the parties. Mr. Davis Oik The Test of Time ML sS Do you ever stop to think what that means? V V&?T?5 It means much more than durability more than 'SilAll lastn2 construction. fl JHfiBf The thirty years record of mcrP held by Campbell's ?WW Ftirnac H proof beyond words ot its successful ,er-jxc in r4 w ovcry detail of be,aJth luKl wxrmthCODOmy aml 00imnl"we. nAAlDDri I C Winter Chaser 1 IlIwBIKP 11 lIThe Furnace With A Record: Vrtivll fisf LLL yJ A Guarantee of Service Whatever your present troubles with heat or ventilation they can be remedied in twenty-four hours after you give us an order to install a Camp, hen's Wtnter-Cbaser. Come in and let ofl demonstrate iw construction warms 20 b.irn?lfl of air at one time; this is the best jr w h" re-lnsu ranee ; no da n ge r from over- heat l n g . ESPstTsaJL The Air Is Warm, Moist and Soft isaeWpBSj keeps me hfooUt-likc n v.:; J J --flft-1 7 ijll ( Htnpbr.1 Is the only a ket furnace ms.le w,ih a --. BIB lime klr-chamber and an eotTaoce door. Isoccraont l-' l ""l Br- laints No cracks for dust and odor. At,. I the llMjB W07m air lww as wen as warn Made hr The Campbell fSS i8L'' Hcutick; Co. of Des Molnr. la Sold by jnJit BTI NEWMAN & STUART fS- 2254 Wash. Ave Telephone 2286 JW' j) stated that he would have no objec tion 10 granting Of the license If the plumbers' association would withdraw the protest Mr Campbell states that he is as qualified to do plumbing as any other plumber of the eitj . inn thai bet aus he has not affiliated with the plumb ers' association of the city the mem bers of that orcnnizatlon are detei mined to bar him from Ogden. He states that he has been doing plumb ing for a number of years and has done some of the best jobs In Ogden and he thinks it is an injustice for the eltv to refuse to grant him a license Blmplj because his competitors do not want him to have one The petition for watermain exten sions on Twenty-seventh street, be tween Wall and Lincoln avenues, was referred to the superintendent of wa terworks. The petition of property owners for the removal of poles from the center of the street to the curb lines on Lin coln avenue, between Twenty-first and Twenty-third streets, was given to the street deportment oo t NEITHER JUDGE WILL ACT IN THECASE The damage case of John S. Lewis, against the Pingree National bank isj being placed In the court calendar for, trial with -some difficulty. It first fell into the hands of the clerk of Judge N. J. Harris' division but was transferred from there to Judge J. Howell's court because of the disqual ification of Judge Harris In turn. .Indue Howell returned it to Judpej Harris on the grounds that he. too. Is disqualified from hearing the case, but Judge Harris refuses to entertain the proposition. Judge John Willis, attorney Tor the plaintiff, this morning advised Judge Harris that Judge Howell had order d the case returned to his division be cause of his disqualification, the at torney Insisting that the cae be giv-a a resting place in some division of th second district court Judf;.' Harris promptly stated that the case would remain in Judge Howell's court, so far as he was concerned, but that if .lurice Howell desired to confer with him re specting the choice of a disinterested indue to hoar the case, he would meet him in conference. Attorney Willis stated that It made no difference with his client as to the judge to hear the case, hut that he would like a landing of some eon and hoped that the case might be tried somewhere. Intimating that dis agreement between the two judges as to who should select a Judge to hear the case, ought not be the means of deferring the hearinc. The two Judges will likely got together and decide on a third judge Want something EXTR A choice? 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Two MONTHS' AND six DAYS' lc; for the price of two months' ice 500 Coupon Book . .$3.50 1000 Coupon Book . 6.65 f book is paid for within ten days of date of book, a 1" per ent dis. (Hint will be allowed, making your ice cpsl you 500 Coupon Book ..$3.15 1000 Coupon Book... $6.00 Ogden City Ice Co. Office, 413 Twenty-fourth Street. It You Have a Yellow Packer II of ours that has been in your possession for 60 days or Ifl more and will call us up, stating where we shall call for it, we will give you FREE a quart of BROWN'S DELICIA fr jli Wg Dcllver 2456 Lincoln. Phone 315. j Jj f WANTED m CLEAN, WHITE OLD RAGS L AT THE STANDARD OFFICE K PHONE 56. 360 24TH. 1 -r