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A HE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 1913. 1 r- School Week Sept. 8th Means BLACK CAT STOCKINGS THIS WEEK ,, For the Boy. try a pair with the TRIPLE KNEE; von wan! have ! to mend so Boon, price 25 i For the Girl. the finer number at 25 ! OLE AN-UP SALE OF CHILDREN'S DRESSES Values $2.50 to $4.00 on Sale $1.50 THE M. M. WYKES CO. . 2335 Washington Ave. I STANDARD TELEPHONES I For Editorial, Newi and Society Department, Call Or.ly Phone No. 421. j I For Subscription and Advertising ! Department, Call Phone No. 56. RANDOM I REFERENCES Boys and Girls Wanted Good boys and girls are wanted at Sbupe-Wllll ami Candy Co. Convalescing Mrs. Hadley of West Weber, who has bcn quite seriously ill for a few days, is Improving slow- Mormon and all other church pub'.l rations at Bramwell's. Returns from Chicago Mm T. R. O'Connolly of the Spurgeon Millinery Co., has returned from Chicago where she ha6 been for several weeks, conv blning business and pleasure She I was accompanied home by MIps Key I of that city and also by Mrs Maurice Kennedy of Ogden, who had been Tie ! King in the east. Old papers fOT sale at the Standard Office, 25c per hundred. Body Goes to Sclplo The body of Wllmer B Robblns. the young man who was drowned at power dam of the Utah Light & Railway Co. Sun day night will be shipped to the home of his mother. Mrs Elizabeth Thomp son Robblns. In Scipio. Millard coun ty. this afternoon for burial Robblns was the guest of his brother. Clinton D Robblns of Eden when the accident occurred Cl) 421 for the news editorial and focietr departments of the Standard Engineers The Los Aneeles Limit ed, arriving In Oeden tomorrow i morning, will have an extra Pullman ! car bearing a party of delegates from California to the convention of Sta ll tionary Engineers in Springfield. , Mass, I First-Class Auo Service Call up Elite Cafe, Phone 72 Peach Day Rates The depot mas ter's office Is in receipt of advices announcing reduced rates to Rrtgham City on September 17 because of the annual celebration of Peach day to be held there on that date Bramwell carries everything in Books. Stationery and Office Supplies Arrested Suspected of having robbed the sporting goods house of T S. Hutchison at 306 Twenty-fifth street, a man giving the name of Pat rick Anderson, was arrested by Ser geant Peterson shortly aftpr o'clock last evening. A waiter had seen the man coming from the rear of the store Wanted Girls at Craig Canntng Factory' Five Points. Steady work Can make good wages. From Washington Charles H Squires. Washington, D r , who has charge of the office of claims and occupancy in the forest service, ar- rived In Ogden today for a short conference with the local forest oi fleers Mr. Squires Ins been spend ing some time on forest service busi ness in California and stopped off in Ogden on his way east. Mr. Joseph Baliantyne will resume teaching next Wednesdav. September should be made at on-e Music Stu dio, 2639 Orchard. Phone 3009-M. -G. W. Tripp, the Photographer in I your town. S20y. 25th St At the Dee Ernest L. Gray has been admitted to the De hospital : for treatment and Mrs. H. Hufeman I has been released Advertisers must nave ineir copy ready for the Evenlnr Standard the I evening before the day on 7hlch Jie H advertisement is to appear In order to insure publication '- , League Games Th.- Ogden league j team plays at Butte during the week' I and returdns home' In time to meet I ) Salt Lake o Ogden on next Tuesday I I The choicest viands on your table I re enhanced by the Butter with .- ' ' which they are seasoned, then use the best B & G Traveling Agent William Dark, V ! traveling freight agent of the Burling -H t0Q- 1 In Ogden today on railroad H business , I H Depart for Liverpool Mrs Beatrice ' f'j.-i Tribe and son and mother. Mr. Leo- ' 1 ora Reagan, left this afternoon over H H the Union Pacific for New York '.- H They will take the steamship Maure- 'J-fi.'i; tanla on September 10 for Liverpool. I I From Columbus Miss Wllla Spur- I ,..Vi geon, principal of the Lorln Farr ;"; School, has returned after spending Y-'-.'w'., ner vacation in Columbus, Ind. "yp I Back From Idaho Mr. and Mrs. J- Y I E. Beeson and daughter have return v - ':,! ed. after a visit of several weeks in H H Wendell. Ida. Mr. Beeson is ln i,v' , '' i Etructor in mathematics at the High Ml,'? school. I 1 Society Dr- and Mrs J. F. McEnany and taBii family of Salt Lake wore the guests 'T&j of Mr. and Mrs. George McEnany at SSfflP their apartmentB Saturday and Sun- rlslS day. jBt Mrs. William L. Bojorques of San SyR?! Francisco, is the guest of her par- gHffiaf cnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Biddle, 2458 bH&$9 Madieon avonuc. SHfti1 Mr. and Mrs. Van Nale of Salt Lake HbI, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Earl Hwj Gelger from Saturday evening until BIBat last evening. HflE) Mrs, Ruby Keyes entertained at dinner Sunday at her home In Echo for Mrs. Alta Kylsrrnm of Ogden and Mrs Hnrrison Keyes or the Slide. Mrs M F U)rtch and daughter. Dollie. leave today for Cleveland. ' Ohio, where they w1l remain for some time Miss Dollie will enter school In Cleveland and probably remain un- I til she finishes her course of study. Mrs O. C Reed left Friday for Denver, acompanled by ber daugh- ter, Mrs George Pagett, with whom hr ha been spending the summer. Mr- Herri with Mrs Pa get t will visit with another daughter for a couple of week? after which she will leave for her home In Oklahoma and Mrs Pagett will return to her desk at the Forest Service. Mn W L Glover of Garland spent the larger pan of the past week with hor daughter Mrs. J. C. Jensen who has been 111 SURPRISE PARTY Mrs E X Townsend was pleasant ly surprised Thursday evening last at her homo on Grant avenue Five hun dred was the diversion of the even ing and afterward a dainty luncheon was served Those present were Mr and Mrs W. H Christie. Mr. and Mm A. D. ayer, Mr. and Mrs E. W Townsend Misses Mary Ktrwin. Mae Conroy, Emma Nellson and Madge Iyer, BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Mr and Mrs, Archie Moore were given a pleasant surprise on Thurs day evening last when their friends gathered at the home, 292 Nye ave nue, to celebrate Mrs Moore s birth day annlversarv Cards and pleasant social diversions were enjoyed ihrouchout the evening and tempt ing refreshments were served Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Burke. Burkland. Miller. Browning. Simmons. Turner, Check etts. Reynolds Goucher Moore, Mes dames Best. Empey, Pidcock. Gibbon-- Shanks Thiel. Emmej-son, Oran quist and Miss Ethel Mathews. RETURN FROM THE EAST Mrs O A Dickson and daughter who have been visiting In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, have returned to Ogden. I INFORMAL DINNER PARTY Plans for arousing interest In the forthcoming Elks show, which is to be given under the direction of Earl Pardoe. were discussed at an lnfor mal dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. W E Sanderson at their home on Jackson avenue Before and after the luncheon, the guests were entertained wltb new and popular selections by a pianist Among those Invited were Rex Kel ly, C. O. DeWolf, R H. Argubright, T. Earl Pardoe. D. J. Greenwell Thomas Rooney and members of the Sanderson family. CHILD CULTURE CLUB The opening meetine of the Child Culture club for the 1913-14 season will be held September 16 with Mrs C. H. Gosling. oo DEATHS ANDL FUNERALS LARSSON Funeral services for Larry Larsson were held at 1" a m., today at the Harrlsvllle meeting house. Counsellor Horace L. Shurt liff presiding Appropriate musical selections were tenderly rendered by the ward choir and words of comfort and admonition were spoken by Emanuel Baehman. Alfred Dixon and Mr Shurtliff The body was shipped to Morgan on the 1 15 train and short services and burial will tak? place there. oo JURY TRIAL IN THE POLICE COURT All morning, and practically all af ternoon, was required in Judge Read er's court, to secure a Jury to hear the case of Dr G. W Green charged with striking E Lee Hunter. The first venire drawn was exhausted at 11:20 o'clock with only two Jurors passed. The second venire reported at the municipal court room at 2 o'clock where the attorneys began examining the proposed Jurors The trial will probably be completed today. ARRESTS MADE AND MYSTERY FOLLOWS Two young men and two young women were arrested at Liberty park at 5:30 o'clock, Sunday afternoon, af ter the four had withdrawn into the shrubbery and had become familiar in sight of men, women and children They were taken to the police Bta tion In the automobile patrol but have not been booked or charged with any offense. Nothing has been heard of the case since the arrest There Is no record of anv such ar reet being made, according to the desk eergeant MASK BALLON OGDEN STREETS Carnival of Fun in Connection With the Autumn Leaf Fashion Show to Be Held on Saturdey, Sept. 27 Two Nights of Joy Making, With Automobile Parade Booster Days for the Business Houses of the City Ogden's second annual "Autumn Leaf Fashion Show" will be hold Fri day and Saturday. September 26 and 27. The date was derided upon at a meeting held In the Weber club of fice this afternoon when preliminary plans for an extraordinary boosters' 'elehratlon and carnival were an nounced Autumn leaves will be the prevail ing decorations, as was . the rule last year. In addition, a contract for the decorating of the city will be award ed within a few days, probably to the same companv that put up the deco rations last year Merchants bstve been Interviewed and have promlt d to decorate their windows In a man ner that will make the windows o t last September tame by comparison The feature of the two days of mor ry-maklng will be the grand mask ball upon the streets Saturday evening, following tho parade. Present plans are to secure permission from the city commission to rope off Hudson ave nue between Twenty-fourth and Twcn, ty-flfth street, for the feature. There will be at least two bands on the street, one band to play Immediately upon the completion of a selection by the other Confetti, paper tape and all the gew gaws of a genuine carnival will be Introduced In abundance. The automobile parade of last year will be outclassed this year. The parade will be held on Saturday night, preceding the masked ball Autumn' leaves will he used unsparingly aud th0 plans are also to have every car illuminated The committee in charge will nt once secure names from car owners to insure practically every car of the city being repre sented. Friday night will be general prome nade night Bands will be stationed at various street corners and the crowds will be entertained by the dls plays In the windows It Is planned by the show to demonstrate to the peo ple of Ogden City that the city Is wc'l able to care for the demands of SSI the most fastidious. Ogden manume I . Jl ,1.1 .111 V. lklkJ f fact. It is to be a genuine buy-at-hom-boosters' holiday Already Huntsvllle has promised to come In a body, bringing the hand hoys Chairman W E Sanderson of ' the executive committee Invited the I Huntsvllle residents yesterday and the Invitation was accepted with en thusiasm On September 17 a large delega tion of Ogden people will go to Brig ham to aid in celebrating rfach day and the Ogden band wll be taken along At the proper moment, the Brigham citizens will be Invited to Ogden on Fashion show nights. Og den and Brigham worked well to gether in the Interests of Peach day and the Fashion show last year and the same, If not better, results aro expected this season. The general executive committee Is made up of the following: W E. Sanderson, chairman: Hyrum Pingree. E T. Richardson. Fred M Nye and Gus Wright Committee, on advertising, parade, amusements, decoration, mask ball and music are to be appointed at once In order that all plans may be made several days before the big Fashion show is to bo held. TO COLONIZE IN THE BURLEY DISTRICT L. R. Eccles. manager of the Amal gamated Sugar company, has re turned from Omaha, Neb., where he spent the past two weeks In the inter ests of his company In the matter of colonizing the Rurley district with su gar beet farmers. It Ib Mr Eccles' plan to Induce a number of foreign families, now resld Ing In the vicinity of Omaha, to either lease or purchase beet lands near the Rurley ISctory and go Into th.- beel culture buslnoss so as to insure larger acreage of beets each year. "A great deal of the Burley lands Is owned by eastern people." Mr ESccled says, "and they will 6ell or lease q' reasonable figures, I am sure, n, A. Ing It possible for men with Faml to get into the sugar Deal raising busi ness with limited means I visited t number of farmers In tlv virlnit .' Omaha and expect that perhaps ten families will undertake the venture The families are quite large hut thai gives the father an advantage over the man that nas no family, as the children, after they are eight years old. can do alittost as much as a man In the beet field." oo mi WEBER COUNTY WILL NOT EXHIBIT The county board of commission ers, in regular session this morning, discussed in a general way Improve menfs on roads, the building of more bridges and arranging culverts for drainage purposes. The petition of the Ogden Real Es tate association, requesting the board to name country roads and designate residents numerically was taken un der advisement for one week The full text of the petition was published in the Standard Monday. Roy Rasmussen. county horticul turist inspector, appointed a short time ago to act in conjunction with Chairman Moroni Sken in the mat ter of an exhblt for the county at the Utah State fair, which will be held In Salt Lake, reported that he had arranged for a place for the ex hibit, provided the board desired to make one. Respecting the advisability of ex hibiting Weber county products al the state fair, J D. Larson of th Weber club appeared before the board and advised the commission ers that It s the consensus of opin ion of the club's executive commit tee that It would not be wise to mak' the exhiblti pointing out that there are po many other ways in which the taxpayer s money could be spent nt tin- time. The bureau Is urging the improvement of roads in thi couni and Mr Lnrsen said that fur ther expenditures In this direction would be appreciated and encouraged To give the question full consider ation, the hoard adjourned until 2 o'clock thio afternoon. Later the board decided not to make an appropriation for the exhibit. MUNICIPAL COURT The following units have been filed In the municipal court: Hundstedter Rrothers vs. David L Turk, suit $122 97. Dr. E. I. Rich vs. Archibald Bow man, suit $81 P. K Smith vs Walter Unc. suit $2S 05 Dan Kennedy vs. W Granlof; suit flO Ballard & Belnap vs B. S. Chand ler: suit $30.78 Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers have beend placed on record In the count v recorder's office- John W, Russell and wife to Sam uel Joseph Russell, a part of block V plat c. Ogden survey. Consideration $200 Orla E Williams to John C Hamer a part of lot 2. block 16, plat B. Og den survey Consideration $350. John C Hamer and wife to Ona E Williams, a part of lot S, block IS, plat B, Ogden survey. Consideration $650. HARBERTSON IS WINNER OF MATCH In a match which was replete with fast work from 6tart to finish. Jack Harbertson, the Ogden wrestler, de feated Tom l.ong of New Orleans, and southern champion, in straight falls last night, securing the first fall In fifty-one minutes and the second in eleven and one-half minutes. With the exception of the first twenty-five! minute. Harbertson was master of the situation throughout both nouts. al though his stout competitor proved to be a formidwable opponent. Sensational mat work Id the first half hour delighted the fair-sized aud ience of Tans who had gathered at the Orpheum theater Apparently re lying on his own staying abilities.' Harbertson allowed Long to carry the j fight to him alone his own lines Aa J a result, the southerner showed the effects of his strenuous work after; the first half-hour, but even then dis played remarkable strength in break ing out of dangerous holds. In the end he was conquered with a head chancery and bar lock. During the first fall Long sustained a slight Injury to his right arm when he fell heavily on the edge of the mat He also showed the effects of! the fast going, but returned to the ring During the second bout Har bertson was the aggressor at all times, securing an early fall with a head and leg lock. Long announced irom the ring tha, he had been squarely defeated by a better man, adding that Harbertson w.is unquestionably entitled to the priie money. The work of Referee Jack Chllds was entirely satisfactory to both the wrestlers nnd lans. t A fifteen-minute wrestling match and a battle royai constituted the i i ellmlnarlss W ith the exception of Mike Yokel, it is doubtful If Harbertson has ever met a wrestler in Ogden who created i such a favorable impression with the a r. stling fans The good sportsman ship displayed by the southern man won for him a number of friends. When he displayed his skill and strength by slipping out of extreme ly tight holds, the audience was not !,.. , U n'kn It mar- srU,il imuw io cneer. n-u n was btiuoiu that Long was tiring he received some good natured banter from the ring side, but the banter was plenti fully mixed with praise. He was loudly cheered when he made his Ut ile speech at the end of the bout. Many of the fans were greatly sur prised at the showing Long made from the start For 30 minutes he was the aggressor and Ulpped some dangerous holds upon his Ogden op ponent "sSere were times when I !:i rhertson's barkers were upon their feet, But Harbertson evidently play ed a waiting game and went after the Texas champion when the goln? and possibly the altitude became too I rong. Harbertson was admired by the pains he took to win both falls clean lv and solidly At one time when he threw Long from him by placing his foot against Longs Jaw. Long hit hard and hurt his wrist There is hut little doubt but that Harbertson could have, thrown him then but he J gave the. visitor a respite of a few seconds. " Fans are now eager to see Harb ertson and Jordan meet again In Og den. While the house last night was not a record-breaker, there appears to be but little doubt that a match wherein the championship Is at Blake, would draw well It possible that Long will coach Harbertson for n match with Jordan, who maintained his record as a champion by defeat ing his opponent at Grand Junction last evening. f Auto Polo-thc New Thriller 1j If you want to see AUTO-POLO see it at the ISIS THEATER TO- NIGHT for 10 CENTS. I THRILLING EXCITING WONDERFUL "THE INVADERS" I Kalem's two reel special story of the "Jackson Hole" Rustler's War in 1892 taken from John Lloyd's famous novel based upon one of the most dramatic incidents of the trouble in "The Hole in the Wall" Country .m j I GLOBE THEATER TO-NIGHT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. "THE WATER RAT" j H Selig's Baffling Mystery in two parts. Prof. Locksley, known to j ! the Underworld of England as the "Hypnotic Detective" figures potentially in this Great Feature Detective Story. I ORACLE THEATER TO-NIGHT WEDNESDAY NIGHT 10 CENTS CHILDREN 5 CENTS j HOMESTEADER TREATED WITH FAIRNESS Notice, of an interesting decision was contained in a letier written by Dis trict Forester E. A. Sherman of the I local office of the forest service to A. L. McAdams, of Grlmpas. Idah .hereh action favorable to the lat ter has been taken, insuring him con tinued possession and future title j to his homestead land and Improve-! I ments. as the result of the exchange and consolidation of the Idaho school lands A. L McAdams settled on a tract of land on the South Fork of the. rayette river, the land at the time ol settlement being unsurveyed. Shortly after settlement, tho Boise national forest was created and Mr. MeAilams applied for the land under the Act of June 11, 190fi. providing for the acquirement of forest home steads The tract was examined Sep tember 12, 1907. by R. V. R Rev nolds. now forest examiner In charge of forest homestead entry surveys Mr Reynolds found at that time that the settler had unwittingly located his house and buildings on Section 36, on potential State school land, and therefore, not subject to homestead settlement and entry However, the examiner was able to classify an area of 159 acres immediately adjoining and Mr. McAdams planned to move his improvements frr.m the state land to the adjolnlne 158 acres of govern ment land Accordingly, he estab lished his home on the government land but his barn, store house, spring house. corrals, and other Improve ments, and five acres of potatoes, berries, alfalfa and grain, were across the line on Section 38. which belonged to the state This situation continued until the spring of the pres ent year, when the state reconveyed all Its unsurveyed school lands In the national forests to the government in lieu of valuable timber lands in a solid block in the northern nart of the state and certain gracing lands In the southeastern portion of the state. This agreement was consum mated the last of February, and Mr McAdams at once made application for the land continuously occupied by him In section 36 Since section 36 Is now government land. It Is there fore subject to the forest homestead provisions, and the tract applied for was accordlngh examined, classified as -hleflv valuable for agrlcultue, and listed for entrv with the department of the Interior The area Involved wa- only "4 lr acres, but. owing to ts improved condition, was exceedingly valuahle to the settler. Mr Mc Adams, being the prior applicant, will ha go fia s preference right In which to amend his filing so as to exclude a portion of the 15R acres previously listed for him and to In clude the land In Section 36, making a total of 160 acres, completing his home unit, and securing to him full possession and right t0 the former state land upon which he had spent! 6o much time and money DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL OPENS FOR JTRM The state school for the deaf and blind will begin Its work for tin year tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock The buildings and grounds are in readiness for the opening and Super intendent F M Drigga slates that there will be an enrollment of more than 100 students at the beginning Already a number of children have ar rived and it a expected that before the day Is over a majorltv of the students will be at the school The Instructors are on hand for the beginning of the school rhir Nrai meeting was held this morning There were 32 teachers in attendance to confer regarding the plan tor the year s educational work The program was given only general consideration and nothing' of a special nature was taken up The first meeting of the teachers Is considered a handshaking tunctlon and a get-acquainted opportu nlty for the new ones The board of trustees of the school are Miss Maud May Babcook. prssi dent. Salt Lake; Mrs Eva F Corev, secretary, Ogden; Rev. Peter A. Slmp-j kin. Salt Lake; Hon. I. L t'lark, Ug 1 den (lately deceased). Hon J W F Volker. Ogden. Hon Albert A Barne3 of Salt Lake Faculty F M. Drlgg. superintend ent. Teachers of the Eeaf Miss Eliza beth De Long. Max W Woodbury. Miss Anna B Kirkpatrlck Miss Betsy Larsen, Miss Florence E BenntVt. Miss May Hartog. Miss Sarah Cham plon. Miss Via Wind, Miss Mary E. Williams. Miss Beverly Riley. Miss Irene Short and Miss Ethel Thomas Teachers of the Blind: D J. Thur man, Jr . Mrs Belle S Ross. Mra. Pearl Lence and Miss Eleanor Shipp The faculty Is assisted b a num ber of Instructors In the various de partments of the school, including in dustrial training oo WILD WEST IS SEEN IN A PARADE The Oklahoma Ranch Wild West show arrived in Ogdm from Salt Lake this morning in a special train of 1 5 cars and Is showing tbl6 afterno t and evening at Grant avenue and Twenty-seventh street. The business districts were paraded at 1130 o'clock by the Indians, cow boys, cowgirls and CoBsacks all mount ed and costumed In the parade, a rather tame affair, there were three bands, not Including the Turkish mu sicians The features of the parade were the prairie schooner pulled by a team of genuine oxen and a steam calliope that was not quite In tune. With the show is a band of remark ably good looking horses and the riders all appear to be much at home on their mounts oo HOURS CHANGED FOR WATERING THE LAWNS Officers of the waterworks depart-! ment report the water supply In the 1 reservoirs has Increased In the past I 12 hours and that the big bapina are! nearly full. The department has decided to I change the hours for the use of wa-I ter back to the time given before the present regulation was put In force Hereafter wafer users east of Adams avenue will be permitted to I water their lawns from 6 to 8 a. ra., and from 6 to 6:80 p. m. and those' west of Adams avenue may use It from 8 to 10 a. m . and from 6:30 to i p. m In case of fire alarm al! users will be required to Immediately 6hut off all lawn streams No one Is permit ted to water lawns without a nozzle on the hose. NEGRO MAKES ESCAPE FROM COUNTY JAIL "Bud" Miller, a colored man, six months boarder at the county bastlle. last evening took leave of absence without consulting the sheriff Ho bad been a trusty for a few da3 which permitted him to be about the inil ilr. I -. flHll !,.. Anl.Ma I j He made his getaway in the earlv part of the night . Miller was originally charged with third degree burglary, but was sub sequently permitted to plead guilty a misdemeanor and was sentenced, June 21, to serve six months In the count Jail He had been in Jail I since April. A description of the fugitive hast been sent to officers In adpoinlng territory. OFFENDERS ARE 1 BEFORE THE JUDGE I Judce R-'cder h.id -in '-I a grist Id j his morning mill fhar the spectatori' I gallery was deprived of one row of M seats to accommodate the arlousua- fortunates who had been L;i'liercd ir j I to the toils since Saturday morning. Sunday, followed by a holiday, wag i -n)uiiMuie ior iwene nrunics, to or three other petty offenders. The I Judge was generous and the following suspended sentences were given: lames Jensen, Charles Renshav, i John Green. Ben Wood, L P. Dugau, H C Wright and John Jones. William Chappie and William Chap pie. Jr.. father and son. pleaded guilty and their cases were taken under ad- I vlsement According to the son ha was not "what you might call drunk." but was arrested when he tried to pacify the father who was address ing some uncomplimentary" remarks to men in a saloon. M Von Rookhuyzen. charged with i offensive conduct by striking his wifa, j 'entered a plea of nor guilty and tha - i case was set for tomorrow morning 'when all the witnesses could be on I hand. NOTICE j Women of Woodcraft, Circle No- 1 5S1 Hereafter we will tneet every j Wednesday ex ening in the W. 0. W. j hall, Fraternity building. BISHOP IS HIT i ON HEAD BY HADLEY A complaint has been filed in ti municipal court charging Joseph Hadley of West Weber with an as sault with a deadly weapon on Bishop , Robert McFarland". also of West We ber, alleged to have been committed August 28. The complaint sets forth that Had ley struck McFarland over the head , with a shovel. Inflicting a serious wound. Intending to do groat bodily barm. it is said by those familiar with the affair that the men had a dlsputa over Irrigating water and that they came to blows, the defendant strlk- j Ing the bishop a vicious blow with 1,1s shovel, fracturing the skull. Mr McFarland is past 60 years of a? while the defendant is a much young- I er and stronger man The bishop 1 confined to his bed od is under doctor's care Hadley will be arrest ed this afternoon. oo TWO DRUNKS WITH J A TIRED FEELING. Two drunks were arrested this , J morning and neither one was able to I give a name. They wore booked as Richard Roe and John Doe. Doe was found back of the Lyceutf thea'er, dead to the world. The wa- II 'er from the roof, dripping over htO J seemed to lull him to a sounder sleep- ) Roe walked into a Washington ave- nue saloon and fell over ;ieep. H had to be lifted In and out of tB9 j patrol. 1 IIU H Miss Florence Whitaker has beeal visiting Miss Nina Winters of Gal- j I i land On Wednesday evening last j H party was given In her honor at III which sixtv guests were entertained- j Messrs William Height and Parley jfl C arver of Ogden wore guests who rendered duets - I 1 GOOD YE AK SHOE . J J ! srr REPAIRING CO. I f rrtifH DQrVI J- E GUERNSEY, Mgr. I I gOCaiiHHLK.tSi 0nc dQor eaBt Qf st;,nd;ird Office, I 364 24th St. ' "REPAIRING OF QUALITY " 8 !