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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Iv Ind Phone two rIngs No 66
Bell Phone two rings No 56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone ono ringNo 56
Boll Phone one ringNo 55
RANDOM
L REfERENCES
Remember the automobile races on
Monday begin at 3 oclock sharp at
tho Fair Grounds Only 25c including
grandstand
Wise dogs never < rwap bones Moral
always use Lewis Good Coal Phones
140
Fifty Thousand Acres of Land to be
opened for settlement under the Carey
act at Shoshono on June So Reduced
rates In effect via Oregon Short Line I
June 3 G 7 and S limit Juno 16 For i
descriptive literature address D E
Burley General Passenger Agent Salt
Lake City Utah
Florida Pine Apples
That Good CoazOOO pounds to
T n ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gate Bambergor Ogden coal
Co 3121 Washington avenue Botn
phonos 2000
AppointmentC II Schmidt rnas
boon appointed clerk on the Lemhi
nn ional forest at Mnckay Ida and
lef for that city with Mr Huddle the
supervisor on Monday morning
Why pay 500 and 000 for a pair
of shOes when you can get a Douglas
for 3 60 find 400 at the Palace
280 25th street
Bedding plants at City Floral Co
j Advertisers must Dllve tnclr copy for
tie Evening Standard tho ovenlng be
fore the day on which tho advertise
ucnt Is to appear In order to Insure
publication
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Bound Over to District Court
Henry Kuntz who was recently
brought back to Ogden from Idaho
charged with the burglarizing of a
residence of this city was given a
PreliminarY hearing before Judge
Murphy yesterday He was bound
over to the district court
15c and 25c each for finest Florida
Pine Apples Ask your grocer
Florida Pino Apples
Have you been to see our new spring
line of W L Douglas shoes and ox
fords at 350 and 100 Tho Palace
280 25th St
Funeral MondayFuneral services
will be held for Richard Slater Mon
day May 31st at 1 oclock p m at
lUcheys chapel Rev Elderkin of the
Congregational church officiating In
terment in Ogden City cemetery
wr Try a pair of 350 and 4 00 Doug
r las shoes For sale at The Palace
Good Clothes Store ru 35th St
GARMEN1 SALE 50 cts per pair
and up at Knitting Factory 302 25th
street
Flied for ProbateThe last wUl and
testament Andrew L Anderson de
C ased dated Dec 24 1902 was filed
yesterday In the district court The
DONT BLAME THE HORSE
Because ho is sick You cant save
money on your feed bill and have a
healthy horse Good nourishing food
that will give your beast muscle and
energy you will find in our stock
CHARLES F GROUT
Hay Grain and Box Materials
354 24th Street
Its the
Riverdale
High Patens
lour
k
that is the
Best
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A GOOD
I
l I INVESTMENT
A SACK OF
PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR
Good because the Flour is Good
Because tho Milling was Sanitary
ted Scientific
Because It will make more and bet
tor bread than any other flour we
know of
Accept our Up and Invest in
½ PEERYJS CRESCENT FLOUR
Lfc tit your grocers today
document bequeaths tho sum of 15U
each to Christina and Annie Anderson
daughters living In Saiitaquin Utah
Caroline Mari 3jHyorced wife James
Wolhorspoon or Ogden a sister In
Norway and the residue to be divid
ed In equal shares among his two
daughters his divorced wife and
Tames Wothcrspoon The latter was
named as executor The will was ad
mitted to probate and the court ap
pointed Mr Wotherspoon as executor
Remember the automobile races on
Monday begin at 3 oclock sharp at
the Fair Grounds Only 25c Including
grandstand
STORAGE or rensoi < trtle rates In
Good brick building If you need any
room consult Joba Scowcroft 8 Sona
Company
Sentenced for Vagrancy W H
Murphy who jumped Into Ogden riv
er a short time ago to escape from of
ficers was sentenced yesterday to 15
days In the county jail for vagrancy
Kodak Finishing TMpp Studlo340 2Gth
COAL Rock Spring CaKtlo Gate
nnd Clear Crook Glllotto Coal Co
153 West S7th St Phones 1074
Funeral For Isaac Isaacson The fu
neral for Isaac Isaacson was held yes
terday at 2 p m at tho Taylor ward
I meeting house BIShop W II Jardlno
presided during the ceremonies Spe
cial music was rendered by the ward
choir Tho speakers were Bishop Rob
ert McQuarrle Bishop W C Hunter
George F Hunter Carl Erickson John
Larsen and others prominent In this
city and church The interment was
at West Teber cemetery
Koch Snrlnga ITcmmerer Castle
Grte Anthracite and Coke M L
Junes Coal Co
Little Susanna Mullen BuriedThe
funeral of little Susanna F Mullen
was held yesterday at 2 p m at Lar
kin Sons chapel Elder Henry W
Taylor presiding Appropriate selec
tions were rendered by Mrs Hebcr
Warner and Miss Sadie Quartell The
speakers were Bishop Robert Mc
Quarrlo Patriarch Geo W Larkin
and Bishop H C Jacobs The Inter
ment was in the Ogden City cemetery
cemotery
Remember the automobile races on
flonday begin at 3 oclock sharp at
the Fair Grounds Only 25c Including
grandstand
Will Meet Next Year In Ogden
Postmaster L W Shurtllft of Ogden
returned from Salt Lake City last
evening where he had been attending
the annual state convention of the
Utah postmasters The convention
was well attended and this city was
unanimously chosen as the next meet
ing place of the organization which
will oe held about this time next year
You know and we ail know that
W L Douglas 350 and 100 shoes
are better than any 500 and GOO
shoes of any other make For salo
at The Palace Good Clothes Store
280 25th street
Spent Day at LagoonOne hundred
and fifty students of the Weber acad
emy boarded a special train on tile
Bambergerroad yesterday noon to at
tend the academy field Jay exercises
and sports held at Lagoon The We
ber academy orchestra accompanied
the young people and a good timo was
enjoyed despite the fact that toe ath
letic events were cancelled as a result
of the muddy field and wet weather
There was skating and dancing how
over and tho party one and all were
well satisfied with the afternoon and
evenings pleasure
OGDEN UNION RAILWAY
AND DEPOT COMPANY
Notice is hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ogden Union Railway
Depot Company will be hold at tho
office of the Superintendent of the
Company In the City of Ogden on
Tuesday the first day of June 1909
at 1000 oclock a m for tho purpose
cf electing Directors for the ensuing
year F N HESS Secretary
HISTORICAL LETTERS BRING
GOOD PRICES AT AUCTION
New York May 2SA letter signed
by George Washington and written by
Alexander Hamilton on April 5 1777
and giving General James Clinton at
Fort Montgomery directions as to the
operations of the Continental army in
tho Hudson valley brought 113 at
auction here yesterday Another let
ter signed by General Washington and
addressed to Captain Benjamin Tall
madge on a similar subject sold for
9D2 and a letter signed by Napoleon
in Paris on December 31 itfll brought
21 A letter from Mad Anthony
Wayne to General Washington Febru
ary 10 1779 sold for 38
HOW A PREACHER BE
CAME A GOVERNOR
While a great man members or
the church have been called to the
high offices of state the people have
seldom gone to the ranks of tho min
istry for material This Is because
but fow feel that their work lies along
those paths Chancellor H A Buch
tel of Denver Colorado and a Metho
dist Minister has been one of the
few to occupy a chair or governor It
came about In this way The poll
tics of Colorado wore badly mixed
three years ago and the candidate
chosen by the Republican State con
vention for governor refused to run
being dissatisfied with others on the
ticket The state committee was com
pelled to look for some one else
Many were mentioned but rejected
for reasons then apparent Finally
without warning the committee offer
ed the nomination to Rev H A Buch
tel chancellor of the University or
Denver Favorable support from the
people was evident at once and the
preacher won the election with a large
majority and held his office well It
itJ said
From the Denver Republican
His addresses were epochmaking
masterly and facts of political history
were presented In a clearer and more
scholarly and more convincing way
than ever before in any campaign In
Colorado
Chancellor Buchtel scored a great
personal victory He made a whirl
wind campaign and he gained a whirl
wind victory He grew upon the pee
pe every day They believed in him
and In his sincerity The splendid
triumph under his leadership is the
biggest ever recorded in the city or
Denver
On the momlng of victory tho Re
publican again predicts that he will
make an Ideal progressive executive
worthy to stand with tho greatest
Everybody Is pleased and satisfied
Tile Buchte motto of Smile and
Push has become contagious I
Tho Governor lectures In the Meth
odist church June 7th 1901
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TWO SUSPECTS Of
TRAIN ROBBERY
IDENTifiED
ENGINEER AND FIREMAN IDENTI
FY THE BANDITS
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Developments of Case Have Caused
Postofficc to Believe That Men
Are Professionals
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O Omaha May 28Elght bags O
O of registered mall the loot of 0
O tho Union Pacific train robbers 0
O were found this afternoon In 0
O the attic of the Brown Park 0
O school house near which tho 0
O guns and masks of the robbers 0
O were found yesterday Tho 0
G mall had boon ruled O
O 0
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Omaha May 28Frcd Mortenson
and W D Woods under arrest here
were tonight identified as two of the
men who robbed tho Union Pacific
Overland Limited Saturday night
Engineer Mickcljohn and Fireman
Prowl identified them as the bandits
who crawled over tile lender of theIr
engine and forced them to stop tho
train
A man living In tho vicinity of the
robbery Identified the suspects as men
he had seen examining the ground In
that district a day or two before the
holdup
Among the prisoners effects was a
small souvenir mirror oi the reverse
side of which was a picture of the
Spokane Union station This leads
the postoffice people to believe tho
same men might have held up the
Great Northern train near that city
Eight registered mall pouches tak
en from the Union Pacific Overland
Limited Saturday were found in tho
attic of the Brown Park school in
South Omaha
This and other developments in tho
holdup investigation has caused the
police officials to assort that In Woods
Gordon and Torgenson arrested last
night they have the men who robbed
the train Chief of Police Biggs said
tonight he expected to secure a con
fession from ono of the prisoners
The mail pouches had been opened
and every letter and package rifled
The robbers replaced the letters in the
envelopes after removing the money
and other valuables
There is every indication that tho
robbers took tho mall pouches to the
retreat near tho school Saturday night
and removed them to the school house
attic Sunday night The robbers were
secure from detection In the dark at
tic and were able to examine the con
tents of the pouches at their leisure
Search of Torgensens room today
revealed a photograph of tho three
men under arrest and another man
and a woman taken at a Denver
photograph gallery This furnished
tho fist authentic information of
where the men camo from The pho
tograph was taken on a post card and
showed the group of five persons sit
ting bellied a fako automobile front
The picture was made at 1513 Curtis
street Denver
The Union Pacific railroad offered
a reward of 5000 each for the rob
bers the night of the holdup It is a
matter of Interesting speculation to
see how this reward will be divided
in the event of the men being con
victed Three boys none of them ovor
eight years were the first to give the
police tho clews which led to tho ar
rests Chief Biggs and two detec
tives made the capture and will share
In the reward
The police believe that if Gordons
room Is located they will be able to
n some of the jewelry taken from
the registered packages
They are making persistent search
ot all the rooming houses in Omaha
South Omaha and Council Bluffs Gor
don declares he cannot remember tho
location of his room as he Is not la
millar with the city
50000 ACRES OF LAND TO BE
opened for settlement under the Carey
Act at Shoshone on June Sth Reduc
ed rates In effect via Oregon Short
Line Juno 3 6 7 and S Limit June
16th For descriptive literature ad
dress D E Burloy General Pass Agt
Salt Lake City Utah
TINTIC DEVELOPMENT
STRIKES ORE BODY
Salt Lake May 28 Theo feet of
steel galena ore In the drift off the
235foot level of the East TIntic De
velopment property Is the latest fron
the East Tintlc district The ore was
encountered last night and today the
drift is being sent ahead to ascertain
to some extent how large a body of
ore has been found The ore is said
to havo been struck about 40 feet from
the shaft and tho full height of the
drift is now in ore
The ore body Is a continuation from
the ore found in the cave some time
ago on tim upper levee At the time
it was contended that it would go to
depth and would be larger body than
anything that hadl been previously
found
The find has caused considerable ex
citement among tho men at the mine
although no definite information has
been given out by the officials
Several of the other properties in
the East Tinlic district havo settled
down to some steady work and mining
Is now progressing as it never has
before on that side of tho district At
the Grutll tho gallows 1ramo Is now
up the engine house built the engine
Installed and with the addition of a
few more articles of equipment the
sinking of the shaft will be going
down in record time
It IB said that the1 new ore encoun
tered in the East Tintlc Development
I property Is similar to that taken from
the Eureka Lilly which Is scarcely 40
feet away from the Development Tho
ore which come from tho Lilly as
sayed 82 per cent lead and that of
the Development company is asserted
to bo identical
At the Montana work is being
pushed ahead while arrangements are
being made for the installation of a
hoist and other equipment for going
to depth
The work of erecting the gallows
frame for the now shaft for the Tintlc
Standard has begun and it will not
be many months before tho proposed
000foot shaft will he down distance
that will give some idea of the forma
tion
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ASSEMBLY LOCKS
HORNS WITH
THE STATE
CONDEMNS ITS ACTION IN SET
TING ASIDE THE UNION
Rebukes Tennessee for Presuming to
Pass Judgment Upon Matters of
Church Doctrine
I
Denver May 28The church locked
horns with the state this morning 1
when the general assembly of tho
Presbyterian church in effect con
demned the action of the state courts
of Tennessee In setting aside the
union of the Presbyterian church in
tho United States or America with
the Cumberland Presbyterian church
Tho assemblys criticism of the courts
which was unsparing was based on
the report of the committee on
church cooperation which report was
written by William Henry Roberts
D D Ltd the stated clerIc of the as
sembly chairman of the committee
and for more than twentyfive years
regarded as the law giver of the as
sembly It sets out that of the three
established doctrines with rospect to
the relation of church and state they
being tho Roman Catholic wherein
I the church Is superior to state the
theory recognized in England and
some parts of the United States that
the state Is superior to the church
and the cnlvinlstlc doctrine wherein
church and state is In the distinct
Jurisdiction the latter Is the prefer
able view and will bo held to in tho
Presbyterian church
The report rebukes the Tennessee
courts for presuming to pass Judg
ment upon matters of church doc
trine It recognizes the right ot
courts to pass upon disputes concern
ing property but where a religious be
lief is concerned tho report contended
that they shaH be adjudicated the
church councils The assembly also
reaffirmed the recommendations of
the assembly of 190G at which the
union of churches was effected The
report of the committee was based on
the legal action begun by anticonsoli
dation members of tho Cumberland
church wherein they were supported
by the Tennessee courts and given
possession of a number of valuable
churches which otherwise would have
become the property of tho United
church It was the contention In this
suit that the union forced members
of the Cumberland church to recog
nize a doctrine different from tho one
to which they had originally sub
scribed
During the morning the assembly re
scinded tho action of the last as
sembly making t imperative that tho
retiring moderator be exolllclo chair
man of tIt Committee on bills and
overtures e will be chairman only
of the executive commission A reso
lution also was passed making it il
legal for a commissioner to servo on
both judicial and executive branches
of tho assembly at the no time
The assembly heard short addresses
from Bishop H W Warren of Colo
rado and Bighop H M McDowell 04
Chicago both of the Methodist Epis
copal church
BRADSTREETS REPORT
New York May 28Bradstrqets to
morrow will say
Improvement is more in evidence
this week but irregularities In weath
or and crop conditions and ebb and
flow movements In trade and Industry
prevent general characterization of
the situation House and trade Job
bers and wholesalers Is not usually
active and efforts to attract business
by clearance sales and liberal adver
Using have not been altogether suc
cessful There is a further apparent
gain in the optimism with which the
outlook for the more distant future Is
viewed contrasting rather sharply
with some of the reports Indicating
backwardness of demand for immedi
ate consumption The shoo and loath
er trades are in better shape due part
ly to the great strength of hides and
the finished products of sole and up
per leather
Wheit Including flour exports from
the United States and Canada for the
week ending May 27 aggregate 3
182389 bushels against 338000 the
corrected total for last week and 2
877289 this week last year
For the I fortyeight weeks ending
May 27 this year the corrected ex
ports arc 100893177 bushels against
188884516 in tho corresponding period
last year
Corn exports for the week are 88
622 bushels against 114690 corrected
last week and 237151 in 1908 For
tho 48 weeks ending May 27 cor
rect corn exports arc 28910198
bushels against 44770996 bushels last
year Business failures In the United
Slates for the week ending May 27
wore 205 against 219 last week 263 In
the like week of 190St 142 in 1907 127
Iu 1906 and 154 In 1905
Business failures this week in Cana
da number 22 which compares With
23 last week and 31 in tho same week
of 1908
When Men Become Free
There Is a tJmo to come when gov
ernments will spring from the hearts
of the people and will be governments
for the people In that day all laws
nil civil usages all customs will re
spect the interests of the community
and will not obstruct them When
men have perfect liberty Individually
and collectively when they are not
only equal but free freo In tho larg
est sense of the term freedom then
societY Itself will become a nursing
mother Henry Ward Beechor
The aches and ills of coffee
slugged nerves head and stom
ach disappear when one
changes to wellboiled
POSTUM
The liquid food beverage that
makes the rich red blood of
good health
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24th If for any reason you desire to make a change in your place of buying meat give us a trial for a month Ind
Street We will please you The first wagons leave the shop at 830 every morning Be sure to get your Phone
orders in before that time to insure early delivery 521
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RUSSELLJAMESCOCIHCAo MARKET
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COPPER COMPANYS
BOOKS BEING
HUNTED
THEY MUST BE IN THE FEDERAL
COURT TUESDAY
If Not Fourthcomlng the Directors
Will Be Pound in Contempt
of Court
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New York < May 22Where are the I
United Copper companys books Fed I
eral officers hunted for them tonight
without success They must be in tho
federal court here next Tuesday or
the companys directors will be found
in contempt This sensational devel
opment came as a result of todays
grand jury investigation of F Augus
tus Hcinzes affairs in connection with
tho alleged misapplication of the
funds of the Mercantile National bank
United States District Attorney
Wise obtained from Judge Lacombo
an order directing certain United Cop
per company directors to produce tho
concerns books In court forthwith or
be declared In contempt The direc
tors named Sanford Robinson Car
ter Glass William J Curtis and Hor
ace Abel reported to the court that
they were unable to comply because
Mr HelU7e president of the United
Copper company had refused to give
them the books or tell whore they
were giving as his reason that he was
under indictment and further Investi
gation They said they would make
every effort to get Into the companys
ults and search for the books
The directors further told tho court
that they had called a special meet
ing of the directors to take place five
days hence when Helnze and Secre
taryTreasurer Gifford > vould be do
posed he said when the directors
said told them that Glfford took the
minute books with him to Europe
Judge Lacombe said that under tho
circumstances he would be lenient
He fixed Tuesday afternoon as tho
time for them to report again and
added oJ
The court appreciates the honest
efforts of the directors to get out of
tHe scrape They are unfortunate in
getting associated with a man who is
too terrified to allow his books to
be examined
As long as the books are on earth
and have not been burned the effort
must be made to produce them
The mutilation of books of a cor
poration as charged by District At
torney Wise is a crime under the
state laws The federal statutes cover
the removal of books and under them
such an act may be construed as
grand larceny
Mr Wise declared Iloinze Is also
trying to keep the books from tho
court and that the directors hadfchown
themselves dummies in Heinzes
power
This man Holnze he continued
thinks no can send away these other
men and hold the books himself so
that he can refuse to produce them
himself on the ground that they would
incriminate him I had Mr Heinzo
before the grand Jury today but did
not put him under oath because 1
did not want to give him Immunity
The production of the books Mr
Wise said was important because he
alleged he has been discounting notes I
I of his brother Otto at the Mercantile I
National bank in order to manipulate
a pool in United Copper
The directors involved Frederick
Eckstein Assistant District Attorney
Smith and two deputies wont to the
offices of the United Copper company
on Broadway tonight to hunt for the
books Heinzo had gone but Eck
stein who Is assistant treasurer read
ily opened the vaults He stepped in
side turned on the light and then ex
claimed Theyre not here
Tho subpoenaes called for sixteen
booKs Including ledgers Journals
cash letter anti stock books of 1007
but none was in the vaults Even the
mutilated ledger which representa
tives of the district attorney had pre
viously been permitted to examine
wero missing The searchers how
ever found some other books than
those called for In the subpoonac and
they wero placed in charge of tho 1
ynitcd States marshal
District Attorney Wise was indig i
nant tonight over the manner In which
the United States court and his of I
fice had been flaunted by Heinzo
as i ho expressed lie referred to it
as a cowboy holdup and added
They are going to have a different
Idea of the way things may be done
iu the jurisdiction these days They i
thought in this case that they could
take their officers and ship them abroad I
on put them on a train for Canada and I
tell us we could not have tho books
because they might be Incriminated I
But wo established a precedent by
I getting Judge Lacombo to order a
meeting of the board of directors I
forthwith In all the experience that
I
I have had in the seven years I have
boen here this piece of work is the
most damnable I have ever heard of
ASSOCIATED WESTERN
YALE CLUBS CONVENE
Pittnburg May 28Tho fiftieth an
nual convention of the Associated
Western Yale clubs which will be at
tended tomorrow by President Taft
Secretary of State Knox and many
other notable men began here today
President Taft will arrive hero Sat
urday morning going to the home of
Thomas K Laughlln Jr Woodlawn
I Road Mrs Laughlln being a sister
of Mm rail All hour later the pres
ident escorted by Secretary Knox and
others will proceed to Arsenal park
where he will attend the dedication ot I
a drinking fountain erected bj the
Daughters of 1SC2 On his way to the
park the president will visit the Ro
deph Shalom temple Rabbi Dr J
Leonard Levy pastor where he will
mako a short address to the congrega
tion at noon
I The guests with tho entire body
I will be taken In automobiles to the
Allegheny Country club A buffet
luncheon golf tennis baseball and
other sports will be indulged in
The president will remain In Pitts
burg until Sunday evening when ho
will depart for Gettysburg Sunday
morning President faft will attend
services at the First Unitarian church
JURY IN MADDEN CASE
FAIL TO REACH VERDICT
Chicago May 28Afler thirty
hours deliberation the Jury in the I
case of Skinny Madden and his two
I associates accused of strike grafting
I had not reported
Tho Jurymen will bo kept together
until tomorrow morning If no agree
I ment is in sight then they will he dis
f charged It is feared no verdict will
I be returned No information Ip avail
able as to the balloting or the points
I of division
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ADVOCATES REPEAL
Of TAX ON
TOBACCO
OUTRAGES RESULT OF OPPRES
SION OF TOBACCO CO
Declaring That These Outrages Would
I Again Occur He Urges Adoption
of His Amendment I
Washington May 28That the out
lages of the nightriders in Kentucky
and Tennessee resulted from the op
pression of the American Tobacco
company and that until the Internal
revenue tax on leaf tobacco in the
hand was repealed these outrages
would again occur was the declara
tion made by Senator Bradley of Ken
tucky today In urging the adoption
of his amendment to tho senate bill
This amendment proposes to restore
In the tariff bill the house provision
Ipr the free sale of leaf tobncco by
the farmers which was stricken out
by the finance committee of the sen
ate After reviewing the growth ol
the American Tobacco company Mr
Bradley said that not content with
destroying all competition in the Unit
ed States this concern drove the Im
perial Tobacco company of Great Brit
ain its chief competitor to a com
promise and obtained an agreement
by which the Imperial yielded up all
competition in the United States
France Austria Italy Portugal and
other countries each meanwhile de
creed that the government would buy
and import tobacco as a business the
profit going into tho coffers of the
government under what is known as
the Regie system said Mr Bradley
The American Tobacco company see
ing the danger in this direction en
tered into a conspiracy with the
Regio agents by which the territory
sHould be and was divided all agree
ing to pay the same fixed price and
alloting tho territory into well defined
districts so that there could be no con
flict of interest
Thus the producers found them
selves powerless and hemmed in on
every side continued Mr Bradley
and after appealing to congress with
out effect as a last resort offered the
pooling societies which resulted iu a
saturnalia of crime in Kentucky and
Tennessee
While denouncing the nightrider
outrages Mr Bradley declared the to
bacco leaf growers were > so sorely
pressed that thoy were forced tq com
bine to protect themselves and that
tho crimes which resulted wore due
to the trusts oppression
Fame
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A wellknown operatic conductor
once formed one of a solcct coaching
party arranged by an English friend
I for a trip to StratfordonAvon
It had been observed from the first
I I
that the musician evinced no warm
Interest In the objects of the town
associated with the memor of tho
great dramatist
Shakespeare Oh yes Shake
speare murmured the Italian wearily
Whereupon one of the party volun
teered a hint
You recollect maestro Amjetto
and Romeo o Giulletta l
Yes yes I understand replied tho
musician Ze librettist Harpers
Weekly
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The Qualifications I
f Little Freddy Pop why dont my
nurso wear that hand on her arm
Father Why should she my son
Little FreddyWell abcs a red
crpsa nurse all right
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
I NOTES of reliable employes an II wage
I earners bought nnd payments re
ceived on easy weekly or monthly in
I stallments City Loan Agency 21014
Eccles Hldg 6 1 tr
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I FARM 30 acres at Roy including
I part water right 670 22nd
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DANCING PARTY
The Carmen gave a successful lanc
ing party Thursday evening at tho
Royal Academy The purpose for
which the ball was given was to raise
sufficient funds to defray tho expenses
of a Tielegate to the National Carmens
convention which will be hold In At
lanta Ga in September or this year
Mr West the chief carman or the lo
cal fire department Is the man se
lected as delegate
The officers of the organization are
Chloe Carman A II West vice duel
carman Frank Browning recording
secretary S Hudson and financial
secretary inns Jorgensen
CHILD CULTURE CLUB
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The Child Culture club met at tho
homo of Mrs Minnie Smith Tuesday
afternoon Many reports of condi
tions which Rxist in the Industrial
school have rnichod the ears or the
Ogden club women not alone from I
Ogden but from the different towns
and cities in the stale and as it Is
essentially a part of the work of the
club to protect the Interests of all
children it was decided to appoint a
committee to Vrange for a public
meeting and to gather information
for and against the Institution Mrs
Barrows and Mrs Billiard of the
Child Culture club and Mrs Bishop
or the Historical club wore appointed
as the committee to represent Ogden
The Utah Federation of Womens
clubs with Mrs McMahon of Salt
Lake as chairman have committees
from each club to assist in the Inves
tigation
The program for the afternoon was
a lecture by Dr Anna Hels on the
Cause and Cure of Tuberculosis
which was most interesting and In I
structive The social hour followed
adjournment when the hostess assist
ed by hor daughters served a most
delectable lunch
The guests of the afternoon were
Mrs Browning Mrs Hughes Mrs
Henry anti Mrs Bishop
The next meeting will be the last
one of the club year and all members
are urged to be present to finish tho
years work
BRIDGE TEA
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Mrs William Eccles and Mrs A
I W Walker assisted by Mrs II H
Spencer entertained at a large and
brilliant affair Tuesday afternoon at
the homo of Mrs Eccles on Jeffer
son avenue The decorations were
beautiful in every detail The hall
was resplendent in red the beams
overhead being studded with red In
candescent lights In the dining room
I pink and white was the color scheme
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a white cloth of matchless Japan em
broidery being used on the table
which had for its qenterplece an lIe
gait cut glass bowl filled with pink
and white carnations
Seventeen tables wore tilled will
card players and five hundred and
bridge were tho games Prize wtro
won by Mrs F J Kiesol Mrs tho
mas Fitzgerald Mrs F M Nye anti
Mrs Smith At tho tea which fol
lowed Mrs J C Armstrong Mrs
Harold Peory Miss Frances Joyce and
Mrs LeRoy Eccles poured and the
Misses Fawn and Alberta Wrigni
Celia Eccles and Beatrice Brewer as
sIsted the hostesses in serving re
frcshments
HOME CULTURE CLUB
Mrs Fitzgerald entertained tho
members of the Home Culture club at
their last meeting Tho lives and
works of American authors including
Will Carlton Trotwood Moore Fran
cis Marion Ciawford E P Howe and
others were subjects of interesting
discussions Following the program
plans for the next ycars work wero
considered
The club will meet on June A at the
home of Mrs T D Johnson and a
full attendance is requested
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John lcavett of Ogdon is spending
a few days with Philander Brown anti
family of Provo
Tall Lofting
Many remarkable but yet properly
vouched for feats of skill nro record
ed of professional golfers Thus on
one occasion when In his prime the
late Tom Morris Sr undertook to
demonstrate his ability In lofting a
ball t For this purpose he stood in a
quarry underneath the familiar Bal
lochingle bridge and sent a number
of guttles in succession up to the
footpath at tho top a height of nearly
I 150 yards Probably without knowing
it in doing so ho was emulating an
earlier performance of an Edinburgh
player who once drove haIr a dozen
balls over the spire of St Giles ca
thedral from the level of the street
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Given the Mitten
One cold day a lovesick young man
who had for some time harassed a
young lady with his attentions was
hurrying along the street behind this
vory young lady when he perceived
with delight something drop from her
muff to the sidewalk
Picking It up tho gallant young
man rushed ahead and accosting her
smilingly held out her recovered prop
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Without deigning to accept It she
eyed hjm coldly a moment then said
You may keep It Its iny mitten
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It acts directly on tho delicate and important
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