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GRADUATION DAY
ANNOUNCEMENT
OUR LINE OF GRADUA
TION GOWNS IN FINE
WHITE BATISTE WITH
LACE AND EilBROIDER
I ED TRIMMINGS IS
HEADY FOR TOUR IN
SPECTION 750 TO
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SUMMER GOWNS IN COL
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DRESSES FOR THE LIT
TLE FOLKS ARE JUST
THE THINGS FOR THE
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Sizes from 2 to 12 years
125 to 425
ALL UNDERMUSLINS AT
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I REFERENCES
You know and we all know that
W L Douglas 350 and 100 shoos
arc better than any 500 and 600
shoos of any other male For sale
at Tho Palace Gcod Clothes Store
280 26th street
High SchooJ Building Tho work
upon tho high school building is pro
gressing Its expected that the
third story will be reached during
t the coming week
Rock Springs TTomtnerer Castle
Goto Anthracite and Coke M L
Jones Coal Co
Buy Kodaks and Supplies from Tho
Trlpp Studio 340 25th St
Forest Service StructureThc first
floor Is in for the Forest Service
building at tho corner of Twenty
fourth street and Lincoln avenue and
work IB being rushed along
B G Butter Is known all over
the west We send shipments daily
to Idaho Montana California Newt
da Colorado and Wyoming
LOST Gold bracelet set withJew
els 5000 reward 2103 Adams
Funeral of Rudolph Kremcr Funer
al services over the remains of Ru
dolph Kremcr will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 2 oclock at Fourth Ward
meeting house Friends desiring to
view remains may do BO Monday even
lug and Tuesday between the hours
or JO and 1 2050 Ballantyno avenue
Interment In Ogden City cemetery
Mr Kremer was 65 years of age at
time of death
Whining wont make tho fire burn
LeIs good coal will Phones 149
EZMoney Kelly Money to loan on
my good real estate eo J Kelly
State School for DeafAt the Slate
School for the Deaf anl Blind work
upon the 15000 worth of improve
ments that were authorized by the last
legislature have been started and will
be rushed to completion
Salt Lake Ogflen Ry Race Spe
cial 1110 a in dally 100 round
trip Return 5 p m after races
Elk CoalNo poor no rocks no
clinkers The family coal John Farr
phone 27
Pcery Terraces Favorable pro
gress upon tho Pcery terraces at the
corner of Adams avenue and rwenty
I fifth street has been made and the
structure Is now to the second floor
Dont forget Order Ry Conductors
oxqjirslon to Saltalr June 8th Leave
Ogden 830 a m return leave Salt
air 9 p m
FOR SALE Nevf modem brick
borne with barn 462 21st Bell 423Z
MethodIst TowerThe board of
trustees of the Methodist church
have called for new bids on the re
construction of the tower as those al
ready received were unsatisfactory
This will delay wOIk a little but the
Brotherhood purpose to hurry these
matters up The canvass for funds
still continues and all needed funds
will certainly be secured by the time
work starts Several contractors are
nW figuring on the work and tho
board Is determined that the work
shall be done and ready before
great number of visitors reach this
city this summer
Live Hogs received flally by the Og
den Packing Provision Co near
Weber river West 24th St Get our
prices before you market Phones 10
Lorin Farr Left 857375 Apprais
ers have filed an Inventory of the real
nnd personal property of the late
Lorin Farr and the estate Is apprais
ed at 857375 I
Ohio Retail Grocers Local railroad
officials have been advised that a I
party of business men representing
the Ohio Retail Grocers Association
of Ohio will arrive at Ogden over the
Rio Grande system Wednesday after
noon and after a brier visit at Ogden
will continue west to San Francisco
over the Southern Pacific Joining
delegations of retail grocers from San
Francisco and Los Angeles the Buck
eye merchants will visit Portland Ta
coma and Seattle on a protracted
tp returning to Ohio by way of
Butte Helena and the Twin Cities
The party is traveling In a private cr
and out for a general western outing
AUTOMOBILE
EETING
All owners of automobiles are re I
quested to meet at tho Weber Club
pallors at 8 oclock p m harp Mon
day evening May 24th to consider
First an automobile show or carni
val In Ogden second tho organiza
tion of an automobile club third the
filling in of holes and knocking down
of bumps In the streets of Ogden and
northern Utah fourth such other bus
mess as may be decided on at said
meeting
Lot every automobile owner bo pr < s
ent By order of the InterMountaln
FoUrState Fair S
WANT ADS BRING BIG PBSUJ i
EYE WITNESS
TO KILLING
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CLARENCE ERNST HAS PRELIMI
NARY HEARING IN COURT
T J Terror Saw Ernst Shoot Staples
in Front of Pool RoomCard
Game Started the Trouble
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Tho preliminary hearing of the
charge of murder against Clarence
I tfrnst colored who shot Charles
Staples colored was commenced in
municipal court this morning t n num
ber of witnesses being examined
The witnesses already subpocnetl
for their testimony In the case in
clude Drs J W Pldcock and W J
Browning Jailor Hagbert Anderson
Undertaker E A Larkln Chief of Po
lice T B Drowning Detective Fen
der Officer Layne C E Lane T J
Terror Robert Giles Henry Page
James HadvllI W U Hall William I
Mallory William Jackson David Lo I
gan and Sergeant B Terries i
Most of these witnesses were pres I
ent at the morning session of court I
and at the request of the attorney for I
the defense were excluded from the
hearing of the testimony as Mt was I
given by each Individual examined I
Only two witnesses were examined
this morning The first was T J 1
Terror the colored stable boy who
was acquainted with Staples and at
tempted to prevent the latters return
to Ernests place on Lincoln avenue I
a few minutes before he was shot and j
James Harvlll colored who was also I
a witness to the actual shooting as i
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well as the trouble over a card game i
which occurred shortly before the 1
shooting Both men told practically I
I the same stories regarding the affair I
as they related at the time of the j
coroners inques t I
Terror stated that he had known j
Staples for a number of years having j
met him at various race meets In
cluding those at New Orleans and j
New York Te said that Staples was
a racetrack follower and thathe left I
Now York on account fo the closing
of the racing game In that state
Staples was one who drank occasion I
ally and sometimes became Intoxicat
ed Terror stated that lIe had been a
stable boy and had been an exercises I
of racing horses for about eight years
and while working in that capacity I
J had seen Staples at various times
hanging about the tracks and betting I
rings where he apparently made his
living J
Tnrrnf efnfrtfl tlint hI > wnR In RniRts I
J pool room on the night of the killing
and was present when Staples became
involved in an altercation with Giles
the dealer in a game of Black Jack
Fearing that the quarrel might result
in something serious the witness ran
out of the place In company with
others and afterward met Staples at
kthq Board of Trade saloon Staples
started out to return to the pool room
and Terror went after him catching
him by the arm > and attempting to In
duce him not to go in that direction
as he feared there would be trouble
Staples broke away from Terror and
started on toward Ernsts place in
front of which he encounledel Ernst
who after warning Staples not to
come near him shot him with are
I
olver Witness then told how Staples
had walked hack to the bootblack
stand on the corner and sat down
James Ilarvill the next witness re
lated the details of the card game
from which It would appear that
i Stiples after losing several times
had made a winning which was de
nied by the dealer whereupon Staples
had reached for the money on the
table Giles the dealer it appeared
had succeeded in snatching the money
I first and had hurried out of the room
through the barber shop In escap
ing from his pursuer Giles had dodg
ed between the stove and the wall a
space too narrow for Staples a larger
man to follow him This had given
Giles the opportunity to escape to the
street where Staples chased him for
some distance S
HanIll then told how Staples had
returned to tho place shortly after
ward drunk and staggering Ho stat
ed that someone had advised Ernst to
shut the door and keep Staples from
entering but that Ernst had replied
that It would do no good as Staples
would probably force his way in and
break Up the place anyway Ernst
I then went out on the sidewalk and as
S Staples came up ho warned the lat
ter to go away saying Keep away
from hero now Im afraid of you I
and > fcu Invariably try to break up my
I place of business when you come into
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Staples who had his hands folded
across his abdomen in a rather un
usual manner continued to advance
toward the door of the poolroom
whereupon Ernst who was standing
on the outer edge of the sidewalk at
m angle from the direction In which I
Staples was advancing drew his pis I
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tho abdomen t
Court was then adjourned until 2
p m
i Clarence Ernst the prisoner was
I present at the hearing and assisted
1 JiJg attorney In examining the wlt
1 nesses He seemed disconsolate over
i the proceeding and at times sat wjth
j his head bowed in his hands His
1 wife who occupied a seat without the
I railing was an attentive listener to
n the testimony and apparently felt the
gravity of the case keenly x
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CARD OF THANKS
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Wo desire to extend our sincere
thanks to tho friends and neighbors
and especially to Mr CalvIn Stuart
who so kindly tendered their symp
I athy and aid during the sickness ami
death of our beloved husband and
father
I Mrs Ann Langovln and Family
CANTATA LAZARUS IS
i GIVEN AT TABERNACLE
The music lovers of Ogden were
given a rare treat yesterday after
noon when by the courtesy of the
three stake presidencies the Taber
nacle choir and soloists rendered the
I cantata Lazarus
The people of Ogden aro greatly
I blessed in having such a fine body of
singers In their midst and also In
i having such an able conductor as
i Prof Joseph Ballantyne
This should be appreclated when
I we consider the many hours of hard
practice that is necessary to prepare
i such beautiful music as was listened
to yesterday
A most pleasing feature of the oc
casion was the able explanation and
I reading of the libretto of the cantata
by Mrs C J Ross Mrs Ross said
In part that the libretto of the can
tata were lakcn from the Gospel of
St John almost word for word and
sot to music full of meaning and that
the best way to appreciate music was
to understand the words also
I A word about the soloists Miss
Myrtle Ballinger was heard to splen
did advantage in both the soprano and
also the sojo written for a tenor her
beautiful young voice thrilling every
one Miss Maud Belnap also sang
well and If she continues to improve
as she has been doing of late the
choir and Ocidcn may well be proud
of her Miss Ruby Geddes has a
splendid mezzosoprano voice and al
though having studied only a short
time sang her solos In excellent style
Mr Caleb Marriott also shows much
Improvement of late and sang the
baritone solos with much feeling The
work of Mr S F Whltaker at the
organ was very commgndable Too
much cannot be said of Conductor Jo
seph Ballantyne both for the work ot
the choir and the soloists
The Tabernacle was filled to its ca
pacity and judging from the Interest
and attention manifested everyone
was well pleased
GOVERNOR HANLY JUNE 7
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Governor Hanly of Indiana gave the
following words of appreciation to
Governor H A Buchtel of Colorado
1 write to assure you of my appreci
ation of your lecture on Theodore
Roosevelt
The people are to be congratulated
on having the opportunity of hearing
a really great orator as Governor
Buchtel will deliver the lecture In
the Methodist church of Ogden on
Monday June 7th 1009
NEW BATTLESHIPS TO BE
SUPERIOR TO PREDECESSORS
London May 22 Reginald McKen
na a first lord of the admiralty In
replying to criticisms on the govern
ments naval policy said today that
I the battleships to be built under this
ears program would bo at least 30
per cent superior to their Immediate
predecessors In what way that su
periority is to be obtained has not I
been entirely disclosed but at least
two of the Improvements to be Intro
j bleed are known In the first place
the ten and twelveInch guns with
I which the ships are tobc equipped
are to have a greater muzzle energy
than those now in use These guns
will be capable of developing a muz
zle energy of 53000 foottons com
pared with the energy of 47000 foot
tons of the guns on the dreadnaughts
A Y P EXPOSITION RATES
Via Oregon Short Line R R 3750
from Ogden to Seattle and return on
sale daily commencing June 1st Ask
agents for further particulars
BOAT STRIKES SNAG AND 1
YOUNGCOUPLE DROWN
Manhattan Kas Iay 23 Mies
Irish of Manhattan and Walter God
dard of Minneapolis KaK were
llrowncd In the Blue river hero early
this morning when the bout in which
they wore riding struck a snag and
capsized Both were students at the
Kansas Agricultural college
In company with a Mr Coiner of
Kansas City and Miss Ruth Harrison
they were returning from a picnic In
the country when the prow of tho
boat rose from the water is It struck
the snag they sank into water twenty
feet deep and were not seen again
Mr Coiner after miner to save his
companion swam to the shore Miss
Harrison clng to tho boat and after
floating down stream a hundred yards
in the darkness was finally rescued
tho bodies have not been found
PRESIDENT TAFT ACCEPTS
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PLACE ON BOARD OF TRUSTEES I
Hampton Va May 23At tho
commencement exercises at the Hamp
ton Normal and Agricultural Institute
today a letter was read from Presi
dent Taft in which he announces his
acceptance of a place on the board of
trustees of that great school for the
education of the negro and the In
dian 5
dianMr
Mr Tafts letter to DI H B Fris
soil principal of the school said
1 have your note announcing my
election as a member of tho board of
Hampton trustees I consider It aii
honor to bo one of them and shall be
very glad to contribute what little I
can to the continued success pl the
school S
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
WANT ADS BRING BIG ReJSUlTS
MRGLARS IN
A BAGGAGE
tt CAR <
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THEY BATTERED A SAFE
l BUT GOT NOTHING
Floor Covered With Tools Which the
Arrjeteurs NsedCar Stood In
> Rio Grande Yards
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Baggage Carr 61 belonging to the
Rl Grande company and standing in
the alcls of that corporation was en
tered by burglars last night and an
f effort made to break open a largo
safe occupying one corner of the car
Tools of every description littered
the car floor this morning and evi
denced that the burglars were ama
ours i nthclr class
While tho safe was greatly dam
aged the burglars failed to get the
door open and were evidently fright
I ened away before they were through
with the job
There weas nothing In the safe of
value and surprise is expressed at
the crooks turning a trick of that
chearacter where there was no pos
slbllty of securing plunder
OGDEN UNION RAILWAY
AND DEPOT COMPANY
Notice Is hi rebygiven that tho
regular S annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ogden Union Railway
Depot Company will bo held at the
oflice of the Superintendent of the
Company In tho City of Ogden on
I Tuesday the first clay of June 1909
at 1000 oclock a IH for the purpose
of electing Directors for the ensuing
year R N HESS Secretary
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THROUGH SERVICE
IS INAUGURATED
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St Louis May 2Througli train
i service from St Louis to the north
i Pacific coast was inaugurated hero to
night when the BurlingtonNorthern
Pacific passenger train left here at
i 9 oclock No change of cars will be
S made on the trip
j The train will leave Kansas City at
1030 a m Monday Billings Mont
750 p m Tuesday arrive at Spo
kane 135 p m Wednesday and ar
I rive at Portland 730 a m Seattle
I 830 a Tacoma S30 p m Thursday
I The train will cut two hours off the
I best previous running time
i AMERICANS GIVEN FAREWELL
II BANQUET IN DUBLIN
Dublin May 23 Matthew Cum
mings president of tho Anclqnt Order
of Hibernians In the United States
and Rev Father P H ODonnell a
chaplain of Massachusetts who have
been in Ireland for the past six weeks
as delegates from their order were
given a farewell banquet tonight at
th2h Gresham hotel by the executive
committee of the Gaelic league A
reception followed which was attended
by the most prominent members of
the Sinn Fenn organization of Dublin
JOHN HAYS HAMMOND MAY
NOT ACCEPT POSITION IN CHINA
Washington Mar 23Whlle it is
impossible to secure any confirmation
of the report that President Taft will
tender the post ofminister to China
to John Hays Hammond it is believed
that such an offer will be made
Whether Mr Hammond would feel
that he could leave his business inter
ests In this country and take up ills
residence in Pekln without serious
I
detriment to the foimei has been the I
subject of much speculation i
All efforts to secure some expres
sion from those officials most likely
to know whether the offer is to be
made were unavailing
ADMIRAL IJICHI RECEIVES
SALUTE OF TWENTYONE GUNS
Port Townsend Wash May 23
A salute of twentyone guns from Fort
Wordon headquarters of the Puget
Sound artillery district boomed a
noisy welcome Into these waters of
Admiral Ijlchis Japanese training
squadron composed of the cruisers
Aso and Soya While response was
THINK HARD
It Pays to Think About Food
The unthinking life some people
lead often causes trouble and sickness
illustrated in the experience of a lady
in Fond du Lac Wis
About four years ago I suffered
dreadfully from indigestion always
having eaten whatever I liked not
thinking of tho digestible qualities
This indigestion caused palpitation of
the heart so badly could not walk
up a flight of stairs without sitting
down once or twice to regain breath
and strength
S I became alarmed and tried diet
ing wore my clothes very loose ami
many other remedies but found no
relief
Hearing of the virtues of Grape
Nuts and Postum I commenced using
them in place of my usual breakfast
of coffee cakes or hot biscuit and In
one weeks time 1 was relieved of
sour stomach and other Ills attending
indigestion In a months time my
heart was performing Its functions
naturally and I could climb stairs and
hills and walk long distances
Si gained ten pounds In this short
time and my skin became clear and
I completely regained my health and
strength I continue to use Grape
Nuts and Postum for I feel that 1 owe
my good health entirely to their use
Theres a Reason
I like the delicious flavour of
GrapeNuts and by making Postum
according to directions It tastes sim
S ilar to mild high grade coffee
Read The Road to Wellville In
pkgs
Ever read the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
i are genuine true and full of human
Interest
being fired to their salute tho Jap I
anese vessels seamed majestically to
anchorage In the upper waters of tho
bay Soon after anchors were droppea
Mayor Gerson proceeded aboard and
extended a welcome to Puget Souna
to the distinguishedguests The Aso
and Soya arc scheduled to depart
soon after daylight for Tacoma
Constipation causes headache naui
sea dizziness languor heart palpi
tation Drastic physics gripe sicken
weaken tho bowels and dont cure
Deans Regulets act gently and euro
constipation 25 cents Asic your drug
gist I
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I S MARRIAGES I
Amarriage license was Issued this
morning to James E Collins of Brook
lyn N7 Y and Sadie Toft of Salt Lake
City
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Mrs Melissa L Mowrcy of Ogden
and Archibald Y Mowroy of Salt Lake
were married In the capital city last
Thursday A reception to their many
friends was held in the evening
SEC DICKINSON RETURNS
TO WASHINGTON FROM TRIP
II Washington May 23 Weak from
the effects of his illness which com
I pelled him to cut short his trip See
rotary Dickinson stepped ashore from
I the government yacht Mayflower at
the Washington navy yard this after
noon after a tour of Inspection of
tho Panama canal Until yesterday
Mr Dickinson had not left his berth
since the Mayflower sailed from
Havana where the vessel when his
condition began to cause concern
The secretary was first ashore and
while showing signs of his illness he
appeared to be Improved
Mr Dickinson expressed pleasure I
at the progress in the construction ot I
tho cana but when asked regarding
conditions In Cuba the Mayflower
having touched there on the roturn
trip from the canal zone he replied
I only saw Cuba through a port
hole
Ladles When you are weary and
exhausted from shopping call for
IRONPORT It will refresh and stim
ulate you
THREE WORLDS RECORDS
BROKEN IN LOS ANGELES
Los Angeles May 3Three
worlds motorcycle records were
broken here today E Lingenfclder
of Chicago broke the eightmile rec
ord covering the distance in six min
tiles 28 seconds breaking Jake de
Rozlers record by 11 seconds The
25 mile race for professionals was
broken by Ungcnfelder In 24 minutes
10 seconds after sloping three min
utes to repair his machine
The former record was 2505 and
was held by A Mitchell of New Or
leans The 10 mile amateur event
was taken by A Ward of this city
who covered the distance In eight
I minutes four seconds Tho previous
record was SOS 45
FRUIT GROWERS ASK THAT
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FARMERS BE PAID FOR LAND
Denver May 23Tho fruit growers
of Palisade Colo will present a pe
tition to congress tomorrow asking
that the farmers be paid for the lands
condemned by the government for the
passage of government irrigation ca
nals The petition Is based on the
statutes of 1890 which provide that
the land used government canals
or ditches across homestead or pre
emption claims shall be paid for by
the government The fruit owners
claims aggregate 560000
EMMA GOLDMAN PREVENTED
FROM SPEAKING IN HARLEM
New York May 23Although pro
posing to discuss nothing more revo
lutionary than the Modern drama
as a dlsseclnator of radical thought
Emma Goldman was prevented by
tho police from addressing a crowd
of several hundred persons who as
sembled in a hall in Harlem to hear
her
herThe police had difficulty is dispers
lag those who had paid for admission
and in one instance at least had to
resort to blows Two were arrested
SIXTY THOUSAND AT
AEROPLANE RACE MEETING
Juvlsk France May 23SIxt
thousand persons attended tho aero
plane race meeting here today A high
I
wind prevailed and he contest was
greatly marred thereby Leon Del
agrange made a flight of ten minutes
for the 1000 prize but as he did not
use his own machine it hag not been
definitely decided to make the award
I
to Mm There were no other com
petitors in this event
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES
to Pacific Coast daily via So Pac
Veiv low rates Juno 1 2 2Hh and
dally to July j 04h and dally July 27th
to Aug Hlh All tickets good return
ing until OcL 31st Ask agents for par
ticulars
Pioneer Fruit CompanyArticles of
Incorporation of tho Pioneer Fruit
company of Sacramento California
with au amended stock capitalization
of 250000 have been filed in the of
five of the county clorlc with the for
mal notice that John Derrlns1 had
been appointed attorney or agent of
the corporation at Ogden
Passenger RobbedPassengers on
Rio Grande passenger train No9
which reached Ogden at 1120 this
morning report that two pickpockets
robbed an old man of a pocketbook
containing something over 20 be
tween Salt Lake and Ogden and then
escaped from the train
First Printed In United States
The first book printed In tho United
States was entitled Tho Freemans
Oath
TOO LAT3 TO CLASSIFY
WANTED An experienced and com
petent girl for housework 500 per
week No washing Inquire Mrs
Chez SIS 24th street 524tf
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms
171 22nd St 524tf
WANTED To rent a modern seven or
eightroom house Inquire Boll or J
Ind Tel 158 524lw
OGDEN SHOTS
BACK FROM
TOE NORT
G L BECKER OBTAINED SEC
OND HIGH AVERAGE
Ogden Man Won Heavily Handicapped
Victories Scored In the Past in
Northwcotern Tournaments
G L Docker M Skcen and W H
Anderson have returned from the
Northwestern Tournament at Walla
Walla Wash which is held In May
of each year nnrtwhirh Is made up of
the best shots from Washington Mon
tana Oregon Idaho California Utah
and British Columbia
rho Ogden team won tho cup la L
ear with a scorer of CO straight and
captured second money thIs year with
a score of 55 out of CO Becker scor
ed second average and was next to
Cullison of Portland the high man
by a fraction of a per cent
The Ogdpn shots have in the past
won many honors at the Northwest
ern shoots Becker having won two
high averages scoring the unprece
dented high mark of 97 per cent and
Bigelow obtaining the high average
of 93 pCI cent in 1907 also winning
tho Walla Walla and Bramley cups
The score of 60 straight made by the
Ogden team last year was the high
est score with which a cup was ever
captured by a team
In the last shoot Becker was handi
capped being compelled to shoot at a
distance of four yards greater than
his competitors yet he narrowly
missed the high average
KNIGHT COMPANIES REPORT
The monthly financial statement of
the Knight companies shows
Colorado cash an hand 687050
dividend of S cen declared payable
May 20 books clc e May 15 ami open
may 21
Beck Tunnel accounts payable 18
15297
Iron Blossom cash on hand 33
61202
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REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT
IN HAYTI IS SPREADING
Capo Haytlen Hayit May 23The
revolutionary movement is spreading
General Camacheo the former gover
nor of Monte Christ who is working
In unison with General Quirlto Police
for the overthrow of the government
has attacked and seized Guayabln and
Dajabon which are situated on the
Haytien frontier the Gajabon river be I
ing tho northwestern boundary be
tween Ilaytl and the Dominican re
public There has been fighting be
tween the revolutionists and the loral
forces at Monte Christi
The fate of Jose Bordeas goycrnor
of Puerto Plata is not known hut it
Is reported that he is either dead or j
a prisoner Communications are In I
terrupted and government troops arc
expected to reach the disaffected dis
tricts by sea
SCULPTORS WORK IN MARBLE
Actual Cutting Seldom Done by Artist
Who Has Charge
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The artist makes a model first not
always life size but almost none of
them actually do the cutting In the
marble This work Is entrusted to
highly skilled artisans who do tho
work under direction the sculptors
superintending all the finishing touch
es and on occasion some of the cut
ting on the face and hands The actual
cutting of the stono is a most difficult
process and requires great expert
skill In case a fullsized model is
made the sculptor sends it to a pro
fessional marble cutter who roughly
shapes the block The general shape
is often given to tho block before it
leaves the marble yard In order that
certain costs of freight may be saved
The rough carving is then done by
the marble cutter who so shapes the
block as to give It tho general out
line He first drills a series of holes
in the block and then chops off tho
pieces Illustrated Sunday Magazine
The Complexion in Winter
Some skins will endure more than
others but all are fallible It Is not
necessary to swathe oneself In veils
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or to live constantly under the shade
of a parasol That would destroy the
pleasure and benefit as well of life out I
of doors hut it is comparatively sim
ple to soothe and comfort the skin
with cold creams at night to protect It j
with cream and powder when a day
of extreme and trying exposure Is ex
pected and to use a little restraint in
exposure when It is possible Taken I
In moderate degrees fresh air and sun
shine are good for a complexion and
certainly the good health resulting I
from them Is the best possible founda
tion for a clear beautiful skin
Harpers Hazar I
Triumphant Ugly Women
Successful women were not always
of Irreproachable beauty or modeling
Thus the Princess dEvoli of Louis
XVs time was oneeyed the slit of
Mon tespans mouth reached her ears
Mine do Malntcnon was thin meager
and yellowish Hindustan Review
BATTLESHIP STUCK ON WAYS
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Brest May 21hQ battleship
Danton Is still on the ways whore sho
c
stuck yesterday at her launching All
the efforts of the tugs to release thifl
Vosnel have failed and it will be a
fortnight before tho launching can
be completed The accident I all rib
uteri to the insufficient Incline of thn
I ways and the sinking of the suppor
ters under the Imenso weight which
caused the hull to deviate from her
course
YOUNG WOMAN SHOT
BY WELL KNOWN LAWYER
Lima 0 May 23Mrs Maud Diltz
a young widow was shot tonight bj
John Beat a well known lawyer
The lawyer rapped on tho door of
the house for admittance When Mrs
Dlltz appeared ho began firing
At mldnlglt the police were hot on
the lawyers trail and later had ex
changed shots wltlytflm s
MONGOLIAN ARRIVES
Halifax May 23With her forppr ak
full of water and one blade of nor
propeller smashed the Allan Line
steamer Mongolian from Glasgow ar
rived here today with tho story of her
exciting Ice bondage of three days
off St Johns N F
ATTACKED GOVERNMENT WINE
SHOP
Oboyan Russia May 23A band of
desperadoes today attacked a govern
mont wine shop Thcy killed fivr
persons and mortally wounded the
keeper After pillaging the shop
they escaped
I TO OPEN GUNNIsltt TUNNEL
Grand Junction Colo May 23Tt
was decided today that the velebra
tion Incident to the opening of Mir
Gunlson tunnel should take place Au
gust 1 August 20
I KILLED WIFE AND HIMSELF
Des Moines May 23Because his
1 white wife would not return to live
j with him and their two children
I George Edwards negro at Ottumwa
1 tonight killed tho woman and himself
OVERSIGHT WINS PRIZE
Paris May 23Y K Van erbllls
Oversight won tho Prix Lareichetto
of 6000 at eleven furlongs at the
Longchamps course
Dickens Stories In China
The Chinese are rapidly taking up
western ideas and translations of
English and French novels are now
In increasing demand Our romantic
and sentimental treatment of love af
fairs however Is a thing so foreign to
oriental ethics that tho hero of the
ordinary European novel appears to
the Chinese mind as a person of per
verted moral sense and doubtful san
ity Translations of Dickens there
fore Impress the Chinese reader less
than they amuse him and detective
stories and tales of adventure com
mand a more sympathetic audience
To the celestial mind the love af
fairs of David Copperficld can only de
tract from the human Interest of that
hero a Chinese novelist would have
solved his difficulties by making him
woo and marry Dora and Agnes simul
taneously So of course John China
man does not understand the pathos
Nevertheless Dickens works com
mand a steady sale Womans Life
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