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g OGDEN TO HAVE
II ITS OWN
Afterc onsidering the- propositions
of the various commercial motion
picture companies from every an?le,
i the director, of the Ogden Publi ity
i bureau, at a special meeting hH'l al
the 4Ogden State- bunk late yesterda
" : y alfernoon, decided to ni -ijt;ari; th'
proposition of purchasing a motion
picture camera and having a local
photographer operate it
With that idea In mind, R. L. Nog
gle. the official photographer of the
bureau, was commissioned to take
trip to Chicago.
It Is Mr. Noggle's intention to leave
for Chicago tomorrow and learn to
operate a machine In the studios of
a manufacturing company. While
N .".way, the photographer will endeavor
to secure a line up of picture houses
that will be willing to exhibit a reel
of pictures taken in Oelen. He ex
pects to be gone ten dayi
It Is the belief of the directors that
the subject of giving Ogden the pub
licity desired by me:ms of motion
pictures can be secured by the fore
jif polng method. With the various
scenes of the canyon, the mountains
and the cutoff to give features to the
reels, the directors believe that such
' movies" will be in demand.
Now that the railroads have taken
the canyon and Ogden as subject mat
ter for their literature. It is thought
I , that the pnhlie will In- i-.tzit in see
and hear more of this city and its
I If oo
I HAVE OUTING
The Knights of Columbus hare ar
ranged for a 6tate outing at Lagoon,
June 26, at which a large crowd Is
expected An interesting program has
been arranged. The Ogden members
of the organization are to attend en
masse and make a showing in the
Following Is the program
Baseball Ogden s Salt Lake.
Catching the greased pig
Tug of ar Married men vs. sin
Hundred -yard Dash For all men.
Running broad jump For all men.
Swimming race Entry required.
Boat race Entry required.
Fifty-yard dash Boys under 16
i j ears.
Fifty-yard dash Girls under 14
Waltz and Two-step dances.
Following are the members of the
state council committee
Management J. D Stack. Eureka;
J F. Welch. Park City, T. H Cul
bane, Salt Lake; C. A Maguire, Og
I den and S A Maglnnls, Salt Like
Field committer 1 J Larmle and
I C. Drlscoll. Salt Lake. T J. McLaugh
F llu. Hark City: M J Dolln. Eureka, '
I and J. A. Junk. Ogden.
Judges A J. Brunfau. Salt Lake.1
f J J Sullivan. Eureka J. Flannlgan. !
I i Park City and J. P. Dlnncen. Ogdcu. I
J CHARGES OGDEN
MAN IS BIGAMIST
Charging that Louis Mace Barnes,
formerly employed by the Merchants
Light & Power company, has a wite
living in Salt Lake as well as a wife
I in Ogden. the authorities of Salt Lake
county telephoned Sheriff DcYInc last
night ordering the arrest of Barnes
on the charge of wife desertion The
sheriff learned that Barnes had left
Ogden on June 17 for the Panama
The Ogden wife, living at -'25 Twen
ty -first street, where she has a
small store, Is heartbroken over the
disclosures The two Were married
In San Francisco eight years ago and
have a daughter four years old and
a son six years old.
No Information has been received
here regarding wife No. 1 in S3lt
ON TRIP TO
Roy Williams, better kuov, n
"Crazy Sunshine" of East Aurora, N.
! V., a scholar and close friend of El
bert Hubbard, arrived in Ogden this
afternoon from Salt Lake Cltv and the
east, en route, to San Francisco
"Sunshine" Is taking what ho terms
an educational trip He is selling
opi( I ami taking subscriptions for
I the Hubbard publications. "The Phil
llstine," and "The Fra." He is also
I making little wrlteups of the cities
"Sunshine" Will stay in Ogden until
Monday morning taking in points of
interest and soliciting subscriptions
for the publications. He left EasC
Aurora February 9, and expects to
reach San Francisco September 10
He said that he walked from Salt
Lake to Ogden, 37 miles this morning.
In six hours which Is the record.
Williams said that ho was formerly
the publisher of "The Sunshine Bul
letin at tho Roycroft shop and thai
for about eighteen years he has been
with Hubbard It was on account of
his connection with the Bulletin that
he was given the name of "Crazy Sun
shine." He says that he i6 much impressed
with Utah and wrote a 22-page let
ter on the state to Hubbard last eve
DRILL TEAM OF
By the narrow margin of three
points the Salt Lake Eagle drill
team won the silver cup in the con
test with Ogden last evening Tho
.mdges gave Salt Lake S8 points and
Ogden 85 points Salt Lake won the
cup la6t year by a majority of 17
Charles J Coughlan of Idaho Fall8.
J S Bennett of Ely. and R B I'hlppB
of Binghnm were the Judges and so
evenly were the two teams matched
that It took' the judges an hour to
give their decision
About 150 Salt Lake Eagles accom
panied their team to Ogden to attend
the closing event of the three-day con
vention of the Tri state aerie.
TO SAN DIEGO
The Ocden Tabernacle choir has ac
cepted the invitation of the San Di
ego fair officials to visit San Diego
at tho time the choir goes to San
Francisco in 1 9 1 .1 . Professor Joseph
Dallantyne made the announcement of
the plans to the choir members yes
terday To prepare early for the trip, a
meeting between Wlllard Scowc;roft,
Director Kallantyne and Secretary J
D. Larson of the Ogden Publicity bu
reau was held yesterday afternoon
Tho bureau will co-operate with oth
er organizations to assist the choir
In all ways possible
Th Invitation to have the choir sln
in San Diego was sent to Professor
Ballantyne by D C. Coylller. presi
dent of the fair association.
TONIGHT 8 p. m.
BEAUTIFUL MUSIC EXQUISITLY
j Congregational Church
'iff! BSScBhHw b
THE SCHUMANN QUINTETTE.
BETTER COME EARLY IF YOU WANT A SEAT.
J PRICE ADMISSION 50c
In a wrestling match which was a
Joy to the fans and characterized bv
last, agfn-esslvo work on tho part of
1'Oth men. Jack Harbertson. Ogden's
favorite, conquered Henry Irsllnger.
middleweight champion of Europe, in
a most decisive manner last evening
at the Orpheum theater and demon
strated to his friends not only that
he is of real championship calibre In
his class, but also that he Is a dif
ferent Jack than the man who
wrestled tho Austrian a couple of
months ago The first fall was ob
tained In 24 minutes, the second in
5 1-2 minutes.
The bout was a delight to the lover
of the game from start to finish, as
there was no stalling or resting, both
men doing their best to carry th
fight to the other whenever oppor
tunity offered It was evident as soon
as time was called that there was
something doing, the men waiving all
preliminaries and fairly Jumpiug at
each other In their anxiety io start
things. Not over two minutes after
the men shook hands Irsllnger had
Jack standing on his head with a
body hold, when suddenly the Aus
trian was seen to go sprawling to the
other side of tho ring with the Ogden
boy atop of him. No one realized
just what had happened, but with
Irsllnger nurslnc a nose from which
the claret was dripping Harbertson'S
friends had the fact boino to them
that hero was a new Jack one who
had learner a thing or two since his
last appearance before the public
When a few minutes later Herbert
Son sent the foreigner spinning across
the ring in a similar manner it wat
seen that this spectacular bit of work
was accomplished b means nf T no If I
placing one foot securely und'-r his
opponent's jaw where the purchase
was good and then suddenly straight
ening out his leg all of which was
strictly legitimate and most wonder
fully effective in ridding himself of
his adversary. This little turn-over
seemed to surprise Irsllnger a great
deal and the i-pectators even more so
i-nd was the occasion for much ap
plause. For it was thus made appar
ent that Jack had profited by bis
course of training with Brneat Kar
tye, the latter evidently having im
bued the Ocden boy with some real
fighting spirit, a quality which Jack
has bwn In need of.
Irsllnger tried his assortment of
holds out whenever he was on top
(which was seldom), including his fa
orlte. the scissors But they were
of little avail, as even the Bclssors
hold has no terrors for Harbertson
when applied In a fair manner. Only
twice was Jack In a position which
i might be declared dangerous and
from these he. emerged with little
t'ouble. hy the simple means of npi-n-ing
the throttle a little wider than
usual and putting on extra steam.
Harbertson seemed to be there for
Just one purpose and that was to
show the foreigner that the latter's
reputation was very much inflated
and the local boy started right in to
puncture it w ith as little delay as j
possible. He didn't seem to care
whether the crowd got a run for Its'
money or not. Jack was there to
vindicate himself before the public
and to say he did H to the satisfac
tion of everybody would be exprea Ing
The men entered tho ring at 10:20
and time was called at 10:28 They
were on their feet but a moment, and
when they went to the mat Irsllnger;
was on top. but he didn't have tlm
to congratulate himself before he
found himself underneath From then
on it was fast and furious with Har
bertson pushing thi battle every mln- j
ute and on top most of the time.
Whenever the latter couldn't muss
up the foreigner any other way he
would Just pick him up and then slam
him down on the mat Just for Its
genernl effect This together with
the Jibes from the crowd appeared to
ruffle Henry's temper Just a little and
that bloody nose was an additional
nnnoyance But that didn't seem to
affect .Taek any. The latter apppareil
to be trying to make up his mind jusi I
where would be the best place to lay (
Henry out. He finallv decided, after
trying several spots, that the north- i
cast corner of the ring was the soft
est place, so he rolled and slid the
elusive European over there, turned
ou the Juice and it was all over 1 Ime,
24 minutes. .Method (In technical j
terms) head scissors and bar
Then you should have heard 'em.
yell If Irellnger had a friend in the
house nobody know it, for the noise
seemed to emanate from every per
The next full was obtained so
quickly that It Is hardly worth talk
I Ing about Jack just grabbed Irslln
ger, slammed him around a couple or
times to show the latter that he still
disliked him. pulled him over ou the
soft spot again and put on Ui
clamps, this little clincher to Jack's
argument that he Ib the best man
taking ft small matter of Ave and a
half minutes to prove. The fall was
obtained with an identical hold to
that used before a head scissors and j
Through It all Kartye, Jack s train
er, and to whom, perhaps, a grr;,t
share of the credit for the local man's
victory should be given, sat In Jai ,.
corner quite unconcernd and with a
smile on his face which spoke of the
certainty of the outcome Kartye has
wrestled both men, so ho knew
Two interesting preliminaries kept
the crowd keved up for the big event
of the evening, the first, that between
Marten Peyton and Chester Shearer,
both of Ogden, ending In a draw,
uud tho second resulting In a victory
for Arthur Chester of Pocatello over
Harold Parry of thlB city. Chester
I gaining one fall In eleven minutes, but
falling to accomplish anything in the
remaining 19 minutes allotted them.
Jack Childs reforeed the main go
In his usual efficient manner and
Fred Preshaw did the honors as of
ficial announcer, Introducing tho men
who took part In the different events
as well as Chris Jordan of Cleveland,
O., who will meet Kartye in a finish
match at Salt Lake next Tuesday
Washington. Juno 20. President
Wilson and some member of the
cabinet will go to Baltlmoru tomorrow
to attend the wedding of Secretary
BloAdoo's son. Francis H McAdoo, to
M16S Ethel Preston McCormlck of
sentence of 60 days was lm
posed upon Win. Springer by Judge
W. H Reader this morning, when the
defendant was found guilty of v.i-1
rancy It was alleged by the officers I
that Springer had been soliciting for!
: a woman whom he. had placed In a
local rooming house.
Detective Robert Chambers testi
fied that numerous complaints had
tw in received concerning the actions
of Springer on the streets The de
tective, said tbat he had knowledge
that the man was accosting men near
tho house and directing them to the
woman's room. A little investigation,
said i he detective, led him to Buspcct
that the complaints had foundation,
so he made the arrest
Detective George Ward law said
that ho had hern called on the case
when the landlady at tho rooming
house gave orders to the woman that
she had to leave. Wanllaw naid that
the landladj reported that Springer
was taking the money secured by the
Springer denied that he had so
licited for the woman in ihe case. H
said he h-id met her while working
in a restaurant In Vancouver, B C ,
but had not seen her for three years
until he came to Ogden ten davs ago
Springer confessed that he uses
When asked why he did not go to
work the fellow stated that he had
an opportunity of working as a waiter
in a local cafe. Fnfortunately, he
said, It was necessary to wear a
Tuxedo suit and he had found It im
possible to secure one In the city.
TO ENJOY THE
The Utah Society of Engineers will
Invade Ogdeu canyon tomorrow after
noon on an annual outing at the Her
mitage The train carrying the engi
neers and their families for Salt Lake
will arrive over the Bamberger road
at 3 o'clock and the party will go over
the Ogden Rapid Transit to the Her
mitage. A short meeting will be held at I
o'clock at which Charles P. Kahler.
electrical engineer for the Or us
Short Line, will read a paper on "Ele
I trie Traction. '
Dinner will be served in tho dining I
'room of tho Hermitage hotel and the
evening w ill be spent in dancing and
music The company will not return
to Salt Lake earlier than about 'j
RIBS BROKEN IN
While attempting to pass two large
loads of hay in the canyon yesterday
afternoon In his automobile, C A.
Hansen got his machine fastened be
Lweeo the heavy wagons and he buf
fered slight bruises.
Henry Wessler, the veteran cigar
maker of this city, who was rldlmt
with Mr. Hansen, was quite badly
crushed about the body. Two riffs on
the right sldo were fractured.
CAR RIDES FOR
IN JULY 3
The Octi'Ti Publicity bureau is to
aid the local committee of the Ladles'
auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Lo4
comotlve Engineers In enlertalnin? i
the delegates to the national conven
tlon in Salt Lake when they come to
Qgden ou July 3.
The local committee composed of
.Mrs L Denison, Mrs J H ardlelgh,
E. O. Halsted and W, D. Murphy met
with Secretary Larson into yesterday
allernoon and decided upon the plans
for the day.
While most of the time will be spent
In the canyon, it Is planned to have
tin- risltors upon their arrival in Og
den take special street cars for a
ride about the city. It is hoped that
In that way a fair Idea of tho city
will be gained in tho limited time allowed.
COURT TO HOLD
Judge N' J- Harris, in the district
i court this morning handed down a
I number of decisions and considered
the motion calendar as follows.
Jesse H. Brown vs J J Bmmmltt,
petition for order to bring In new
; party, denied.
Dora Fowlcs vs. Joseph H Fowles,
! ordered that the plaintiff have judg
I ment for divorce ns prayed for in her
Olive E. Stephens vs.- John F.
i Stephens ct al. plaintiff to havo
1 Judgment for accounting, as prayed
Motlou to receive rentals and priv
ilege to file supplemental complaint
in the case of Ruth Marshall against
James B Marshal.: hearing continued
Bertha M. Brown against Charles
L Brown et a', hearing on order to
ehow cause, dlbmlst. d.
Hearing on order to show cauee I
We Trust Everybody-caae We Believe Everybody Is Honest I
W Don't Pay Cash
Mb. For Your Suit When I
flR You Can Buy I
Mt H r Men's and CUC I
mm vl Youths' oulVS I
II ON CREDIT
yj You have ample time to find out the merit of our clothes he
lp Sla fre they are paid 0T" Th61-601"6' we have to give you better
values than you get elsewhere. We guarantee our clothes for '
Ve also carry a complete line of
Men's Furnishings, Hats and Shoes, Ladies' I
White Serge Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts! I
Half Price RJSv ! I
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY lfe
MARY JANE LADIES' LADJXS 1 .
BAEY DOLL CORSETS PETTICOATS i, 'tf&gm k
SLIPPERS Nadla and Thomson 53 50 Silk Meeaa fWHfeSjD
canvas, Glove-Flttlng line all colora ffl7ffiE J
black, patent, white. Cortett. A AT -?rrW fill V
$1.50 N'adla 9Sc alHJ I H W "T g
1 t25Q Nadla .$1.89 IIP H '
PARASOLS LADIES' NEW WHITE
w . , TRDMMED HATS wATRT? ' ' L '
We are showing a . ... . 4. WAiSlS a . K
9 Any Hat In the . L : ,;
nice line of them at house, value up to . A. ,
greatly reduced $12.0ol- 1 50 valu i
Lrr $3.95 98c Uii-
Ladies' Summer Dresses j, Sjm ill
All White Lawn Lingerie, WrimfW BfiBMW fM fcTi?
Voiles Natenceae and Linen MWf JF" ' fr fti '
IDressee 25 per cent off. BmmWmSmWmuWmmBmSimmmmmWm bthu
HARRY REINSHRIBER, Mgr.
l In the case of Ann E. Chappell
; goinsl William A. Chappell, con
tinued for one week.
Harry Goodman D. L. Turk, t
al, motion to strike and for Judg
ment on the pleadings, hearing con
tinued one week.
The Judges of the two divisions of
tho Second district court and mem
bers of the Ogden bar have deter
mined that during the warm season
court shall convene only from 9 30
a. in., to 1 p m
DEATHS Al FUNERALS
DEMARCO The funeral of Gaela
no Demarro, who was injured at Ev
;mston; Wyo.j and died Wednesday
at the Dee hospital, was held yestei
tlay at 4 o'clock from the KlrkendalJ
Impel. Interment being at the Ogden
Cltj cemetery. Rev Father Ryan of
ficiated. COSTELLO The body of Patrick
Costello of Roy, who died yestcrdav
Bl the age of 70 eara. will be shipped
to Isupemlng, Mich, for interment.
CHILD Funeral services for Bieh
op W W Child of Hooper were held
yesterday In the ward meeting house
with Counsellor Anton C Chrlstensen.
offl miing Ceorge Manning and
the choir nave the musical numbers
The speakers were President L
Shurtiitf. President C. F. Middtoton,
L. US. Olson, Frank Belna J R. Beus
and Apostle D O McKay. Interment
was in Hooper cemetery
ANDERSON Funeral services fori
Mrs. Jennie Mathilda Michaelson An
derson were held ;ostorday afternoon
ni the residence. 349 Tenth street
Bishop Terry conducted the services
Music was furnished by a quartet com
posed of Mrs Jennie Lawton, Mrs
Laura Wimper, Richard Anderson amf
James Erlcksuii, and by Mrs. Jose
phine Phillips and Mrs. Theodore So
derherg The speakers were Arthur
Christiansen, Hagbert Anderson, Bish
op B. A. Olsen. Peter Poulson, Bishop
'lfrr) and .1 S Berg Interment waa
in iden City cemetery.
New York. June 20 Lower prices
prevailed In a majority of cases this
morning Large lossos wore record
ed by some of the less active shareB
Norfolk & Western and Cauadlan Pa
cific lost 1 1-4. Fluctuations among
the leaders were restricted to small
Professional traders took their cue
from abroad today and declines of
American securities In London were
extended here. Cable advices lndlca
ted further uneasiness over political
and financial clevolopmentH.
Bear traders wore encouraged to
resume operations by Ihe indifferent
support for the market this week De
clines reached one to two points In
many instances, although there was
none of the recent selling that char
acterized downward movements.
Prices wont down in orderly fash
ion, with intervals of dullness Un
favorable conditions In the copjer
market affected the metal Issues.
Bonds were heavy
Some Improvement over the low
prices of the morning resulted when
traders bought stocks to cover, but
the demand was not very persistent
and trading became extremely qujet
on the rl6e.
With the Bupply from foreign mar
kets cut off by completion of London
selling, which aggregated 20,000 shared
traders were obliged to bid higher
for stocks and the market advanced.
Reading scored a full recovery but
the rest of the list came to a halt
about midway between the lowest ol
the forenoon and yesterday's close
St. Louis. June 20 Wool Higher.
Northern und western mediums. Trp
20c; slight burry, 16<'Tc; fine bur
New York, June 20 Raw sugar
Firm Muscovado, $2.832S6, cen
trlfugal. U :i 36; molasses, $J :h
ig'2.61. Refined, steady.
New York, Juno 10. Money ou ca'l
steady, 101 per cent ; ruling rate,
- 1-4 per cent, closing bid 2" per
cent; offered al 1 iT cent
Time loans eaBier, 60 das, 1 8 Ifi
4 per cent. 90 days, 4 tg4 1-4 per
cent, 6 months. 5 l-4(851Fi per cent.
Price mercantile paper. 6 per tent
Sterling exchange firm with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4 83 fo(
60-day bills and at J4 86 76 for demand
Commercial bills, J4.82 3-4.
Bar silver. 68 1 8c
Mexican dollars, 48c.
Government bonds, steady, railroad
New York, Juno SO Copper Stea
dy Standard. Spot to August. $13.75
14.25; electrolytic. $14.87Ms16 00;
lake, $15 00&16 25; casting. $14 75
Tin Weak. Spot, I4JL6O043.T5;
June, $43 25-3)43 50; July, $43. 00ft
43 30; August, $43 00i&43 .25
Lead Steady $4 35 bid
Splter Qulf t, $5 065.15.
Antimony Dull; Cookson s $8. bQ
Iron Quiet and unchanged
London markets closed as follows.
Copper Weak Spot. 63 pounds, is:
futures, 63 pounds, 6s.
Tin Woak. Spot, 198 pounds, 10s;
tutures, 198 pounds. 10s
Speltor 21 pounds 15s.
Lead 21 poundB. 10s
Iron Cleveland warrants. 64s, 3d.
Chicago, June 20. General commls
sion selling of wheat resulted today
from ralnB In the epring crop region
and from promise of more Opening j
prices ranged from lost night's level
to half down September started at
90c to 90 7-8c, unchanged to l-4c off
and steadied at 90 7-SJ,903-4c
Corn opened 1 4c to 3 8o lower at
61 7-8 to 62 3 8c and rallied to 68Vic I
September oats, which Btarted l-4c
to 5-8&3-4c down at 41 7-842c to
42 3-Se, seemed inclined to keep with
in thn3e limits
First sales of provisions varied from
Q Si lower to 24c advance includ
ing September options as follows
Pork, $2045 ro $2o 47
I Ribs. $11 7i 2
Wheat Subsequently weakness in
creased because of big primary re
ceipts but the market soon rallied.
The close was easy at 90 7-8 for Sep
tember, a loss of l-8c net.
Corn A bearish reaction followed
I owln to prospects that in the next
! few days rain would cover the belt.
I The close was weak with September
3-4c net low er at 61 7-8c. f
South Omaha, June 20 Cattle Re
ceipts. 500; market slow. Nfti'
stec-rs. $6.20-58.80, cows and heifer:,.
Ji 1 11 1 . i 7 30 ; western steers, $6 5"
B.26; calves. S8.00O10.26,
Hogs Receipts, 7,600. markei
higher. Heavy. $8.40f? 8.50 , Ugh.
$$ 60-58.60: pigs. $6.007.50, bulk of
sales, $8. 458.55.
Sheep Receipts. 400, market stea
dy. Yearlings, $5.256 00: wethers,
$5 00(5.60; lambs, $6.507 60
Chicago, June 20. Hogs Receipts,
13,000; market strong. 10c higher.
Bulk of sales, $8 65QI8 75; light, $8.50
8.85; mixed. S8.4608.85; heavy,
S8.2608.75; rough, $8.258 45; pigs.
Cattle Receipts. 1.500; market
slow. weak. Beeves. $7. 20(8-9. 06; Tex
as steers. $6.908 00; western steers,
$7 008.10; Blockers and feeders. $5.90
8.05; cows and heifers, $3.80S40;
calves. $6 75 9. 50. I l
Sheep Receipts, 10,000, market
steady Natll e, $4 60i5 50; western.
$4 756 50; yearlings, $5 406.4O.
lambs, native, $5 10(56.75, western.
$6-2606.76; spring. $5.25(5j7.50. .
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansa. City June 20 Hogs Re
ceipts. 3,000; market 10c higher Bulk,
$8.55(fj 8 65 heavy, $8.553i8 65; pack
crs and butchers, $8.60OS 70; Ugh'.
$8.65(8-8.70; pigs. $7 00(88.00.
Cattle Receipts. 700; market stea
dy Prime fed steers. $8.508.75;
dressed beef steers $7 758.26. west
crn steers, $7 008.50; southern
steers. $6.000 800; cows, $4 75(87 10.
heifers, $6.76(88 70; stockers and feed
ers. $6.6088 15; bulls. $5. 5007. 25.
calves, $8 75(8 9.60.
Sheep Receipts, 2,000; market stea
dy. Lambs. $6.25(87.75. yearlings.
$5.00;5 6 36 wethers. $4.75(85.80:
owes. $4.26(8525; stockers and feed
ers. $3.25 85.00. j
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