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Entered as secondclass matter I
at the Postoffice Ogden Utah
under Act of Congress
Published Dally except Sundays
by Wm Glasmann
SUBSCRIPTIONS
One Month In Advance 5 75
Six Months In Advance 425
I Twelve Months In Advance 800
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CONVENTION CALL FOR THE
INLAND EMPIRE
Within a few days the Weber Club
vlll be requested to call a convention
of the wholesalers jobbers retail mer
chant and in fact all shippers of the
I inland empire to meet in Ogden the
j early part of September The object
I of the convention is to unite all in
iccests of the inland empire in de
r manding of the railroads fair treat
ment
The coast shippers have enjoyed for
t j years railroad rates which discriminat
ed against the inland cities and gave
to the coast wholesalers an advantage
which allowed them to invade tho ter
ritory which interior cities by virtue
of their location were entitled to hold
against such competition
I Not long ago the Interstate Com
I merce commission decided that rail
road discriminations of that kind must
stop but In order to cause the en I
forcement pf the commissions decree
the inland cities must join forces and
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by their united nowor brine about the
I change
I By their representatives meeting In
Ogden and organizing the inland cit
ies can enforce their just demands
i anil protect themselves against the at
tacks of the coast cities cooperating
with the railroads
ri The convention should bring to Og I
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den largo delegations from as far north
1f as Spokane and east to Denver
CANNOT GET OVER THEIR
DEFEAT
j The venerable editor of the Salt
Lake Telegram is sometimes sarcastic
quite often humorous but general vic
ious If he docs not like you he is
f apt to call you a prevaricator or even
that shorter and uglier word and he
will labor for years to fix the oppro
brious title upon you If you are broad
L enough to overlook this weakness
that Is If you accept such a man phil
osophically and disregard his offensive
flings you can see In him something
to admire He writes well Ho was
born a poet but mistook his calling
and became an editorial writer There
Is no depth to what he writes but
i i he writes smoothly and entertainingly
i f For years Intervals he has devoted
1 some of his talent to painting pic
tures of Mayor Glasmann Here IB
his latest
The vote in Ogden on tho capitol
Project shows conclusively that Bill
Glasmann stands better than tho old
farmer SI Perkins did As the story
runs one of the clerks in a certain
r store said to Uncle Bill Simpkins
Say Uncle Bill would you call SI
Perkins a liar Waal said Uncle
Bill thoughtfully as he spat in the
stove I dont know as Id go so fur
as to call him a liar exactly least
ways not jest a plain everyday liar
but I know this much when feodln
t time comes in order to get any re
sponse from his hawgs he has to get
somebody else to call em fer him
That Is a clever way of saying that
Glaamatm IB eligible for Roosevelts
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Ananias club but what do the people
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of Ogden think of being likened to
trained pigs Goodwin is willing to
concede tho people here have the in
telligence of hogs ibut ho is not will
ins to say much more in their favor
I The truth is tho Salt Labors arc
poor losers KVhoever stands in their
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way and In defense of Ogden can ex
pect to be called uncomplimentary
things and Goodwins characteriza
tion of Ogdenltes In his funny little
skit measures the venom that is pent
up to be released by some such hap I
pening as that of last Tuesday
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WIRELESS TELEGRAPH FOR IN
LAND SERVICE
A representative of the United
Wireless Telegraph company is here
for the purpose or establishing a wire
less telegraph station He makes this
statement
The transmission and receiving of
messages by the wireless system Is at
the present time well past the experi
mental stage During the month of
April well to be exact it was on
April 28 1909the United Wireless
which owns all of the patents In the
business opened offices for commer
cial business on the Great Lakes with
headquarters at Chicago Eightytwo
messages were sent and received at
the stations and the results were in
each case perfect
VJt will soon become one of the
greatest public utilities and lifesav
ing devices of the age The story of
Jack Binns has been flashed around
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the world
Tho cost of installing the system
is as nothing when compared with
that of the cable The Hawaiian is
lands are In communication at the
present moment with San Francisco
and the cost of Installing the system
was less than 10000 as compared to
the cost of the cable which was more
than 20000000
Three years ago Ogden parties wrote
in Washington for
the war department
tho used or
a description of apparatus
Sewards peninsula In Alaska and for
a detailed account of the transport
able machine for wireless operation
Al
In the field
employed by the army
that time the plan was to establish
a wireless telegraph system between
Ogden and Salt Lake bul the scheme
of the
did not materialize We arb
be
opinion that such a system can
successfully operated over short dis
tances where there are no Intervening
ing mountain ranges as through the
length of Salt Lake valley but the day
seems far distant when wireless mes
sages will bo sent any great distance
across the mountain country
There have been several frauds in
the form of stock Jobbing In the name
of wireless telegraphy and our people
to accept these wire
should be slow
less schemes until they are demon
strated to practical
A WOMANS ABILITY
In Washington last week there died
a woman whose career gave added
proof to the fact that sex has nothing
lines
certain
efficiency In
to do with
I of office work There arc many who
believe that no woman Is as compe
tent as a man with the same training
In any line of endeavor outside tho
home or those special professions to
I adapted
which women are particularly
I ed such as teaching nursing and the
like says the Times but in passing
on the lifework of Mrs Rose Scwell
Rainey long connected with the post
office department at the national cap
ital the least they could have done
was to have said she was an exception
that proved tho rule For a number
of years she had charge of the money
order division with foreign govern
ments and so highly were her services
regarded that when she married her
Immediate superiors insisted on her
remaining in office To do so they had
to have a special order and the post
astor general himself laid the mat
ter before President Roosevelt who
directed that an exception be made in
her case Under these circumstances
Sirs Rainey Was retained in office and
she served the department with dis
tinction up to the time of her death
Many women possess peculiar busi
ness ability that make them the most
valuable assistants in any office Such
women rise purely by their own ef
forts and often reach positions of great
responsibility
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FOURTH OF JULY AT THE
FAIR GROUNDS
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The Fourth of July is to be observed
by exercises on the Fair grounds In
cluding sports and amusements for
the children to be followed at dark
by a brilliant display of fireworks
flhe national holiday should be made
a day of recreation and jollification
and In keeping with that idea tho
program of exercises at the Fair
grounds Is to be made to conform to
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the usual Fourth of July demonstra
tion
The fireworks will be handled as
they were last Fall at the Fair
grounds An experienced man will be
n charge and I the crowd present will
be kept beyond all danger Young
I people will not be allowed to enter
the field where the fireworks are be
ing set off They will be kept at a
safe distance where all the beautiful
pieces will be seen to better advantage
than within the danger zone A > big
force of officers will be on hand to en
force this regulation It will be safer
for children to be on the grounds to
watch these fireworks than to be home
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AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED
experimenting with kyrockcta iant
crackers bombs and other fireworks
which are known as boykillers
We understand that the celebration
on the Fair grounds which will com
mence early In the morning will be
an oldfashioned Fourth of July jolll
flcrttlon with a parade of Horrlbles
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STIR UP ENTHUSIASM FOR
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Morning Examiner
The time Is less than two months
when the national encampment of the
G A R will be held In Utah and yet
I Ogden has scarcely begun Its prepara
tions for the entertainment of those
who will be Ogdens guests during
that national event
The committee of the local G A
R and citizens has been planning for
tho week of pleasure but there has
been absent that enthusiasm which Is
I essential to the success of a public
affair of this nature Our people aro
I not taking the interest that they
should This is one of the grandest
opportunities ever presented to the
residents of Ogden to play hosts to
strangers of worth and distinction
This is to be one of the last great
assemblages of the old soldiers who
fought in the Civil War This fact
should stir tho patriotic blood In ev
ery son of liberty and equal rights in
this city and draw from this people
in love of country the best that Is
within them assuring the veterans of
the struggle of the early sixties a
welcome unbounded In enthusiasm and
unequaled in hospitality
We know the people of Ogden are
Imbued with a patriotism not excelled
anywhere In this nation they are
loyal earnest icsolute Americans but
they require an arousing to bring out
the exuberant spirit which goes with
those outward expressions of fidelity
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and welcome
It Is for those who are at the head
I of the proposed entertainment to kin
dle the fires of enthusiasm then Og
den will bo heard from to the delight
and pleasure of those who are so for
tunate as to be our guests
Start your campaign of publicity
Mr Committee
HOTEL TO LEASE
A Golden Opportunity new 50
room hotel to lease In the most thriv
ing town in southern Idaho long
lease cheap rent about 250000
Required to furnish It Address Hotel
care Standard
Monetary
When we hear a girl refer to her
dresses and shoes as frocks and boots
we know her father is making more
money than he used toOhio State
Journal
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T that you come
and inspect
tho now iSprfag
R G mod
t els we are
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fore you order
r your new
Spring gowns
If you secure
t one of these
models to have
your gowns
fitted over
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1 assured that
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fashionable
l sess the
s l ionable Dlrec
I tolro lines
Our stock In
J J cludes sizes
I for all figures
Here Is shown one of the latest mod
els for medium figures medium bust
flat hip extra long back Price In
Coutil B28 175 same in Batista
B29 175
Every Pair Guaranteed
LAST THOMAS
ENGINEER AND
fiREMAN ARE
KILLED
I HEADON COLLISION ON GREAT
NORTHERN ROAD
Trains Were No 274 Which Left Se
attle For Vancouver and a Local
Bound for Ladncr B C
Vancouver Juno 10Engineer Mc
Pheters and a fireman and engineer
names unknown were killed today In
n headon collision on tho Great North
ern road near Burnaby five miles out
of Vancouver
Tho trains were No 271 which left
Seattle this morning for Vancouver
and a local bound for Ladner B C
The Ladner train was delayed In
leaving Vancouver by tho draw being
open at the False creek bridge Five
minutes later the train vas just en
tering Wolfs Siding when the Vancou
verbound train whose engineer ap
parently believed he had a clear track
thundered around the curve The lo
comotives wore smashed In the head
on impact
Engineer McPheters of Seattle had
taken tho place of Engineer McCade
on tho fatal run today McCade on a
previous occasion had escaped death
by taking a holiday
The coaches were not demolished I
Two women were severely burned and
were taken to the hospital Conduc
tor Lanagan of the Seattle train was
Injured internally but will recover
NOTICE
Special Road Tax Election Slatcville
Road District Weber County
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Utah
Notice is hereby given that In pur I
suance of a Resolution adopted by
the Board of County Commissioners of
Weber County Utah on June 1st
1909 a special election Is hereby call
ed in the SLATERV1LLE ROAD DIS
TRICT of Weber Count Utah on
Tuesday July 6th 1909 at the Meet
ing House in said District between
the hours of seven 7 A M and sev
en 7 P M on said day for the pur
pose of submitting to the qualified
electors within said district a propo
sition to authorize the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners of Weber County
Utah to levy for the fiscal year 1909
a district road tax of five 5 mills on
all the taxable property within said
district to be used exclusively for the
construction and repair of roads and
highways situate therein
Only registered voters residing with
in said district who shall have paid
said property tax therein in the year
preceding such election shall be en
titled to vote at such election
The following named persons have
been appointed by tne said Board to
conduct said special election towit
William Cowan S W Perry and
MoionI Wheeler
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber countyUtah
OSCAR B MADSON Chairman
SAMUEL G DYE County Clerk
Dated Ogden Utah June 7th 1909
First publication June 7th 1909
Last publication June 29th 1909
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NOTICE
Special Road Tax Election Harris
vi lie Road District Weber
County Utah
NOTICE Is hereby given that In
pursuance of a Resolution adopted by
the Board of County Commissioners of
Weber County Utah on June 1st
1909 a Special Election is hereby call
ed In the HARRISVILLE ROAD DIS
TRICT of Weber County Utah on
Tuesday July C 1909 at the Meeting
House In said district between the
hours of seven 7 oclock A M and
seven 7 oclock P M on said day
for the purpose of submitting to the
qualified electors within said district
M How Would You Like to be the Man
YOU CAN FOR A VERY LITTLE MONEY
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YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD fa
OGDEN FURNiTURE CARPET CO t1
HYRUM PINGREE Manager
a proposition to authorize the Board
of Count Commissioners of Weber
County Utah to ley for the fiscal
year 3909 a district road tax of five
5 mills on all the taxable property
within said district to be used ex
clusively for the construction and re
pair of roads and highways situate
therein i
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Only registered voters residing i
within said district who shall have I
paid said property tax therein in the I
year preceding such election shall bo I
entitled to vote at such election
The following named persons have I
been appointed by the said Board to i
conduct said Special Election towit i
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M D Harris John Child and Levi
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By order of the Board of County I
Commissioners of Weber County
Utah I
OSCAR B MADSON
Chairman
SAMUEL G DYE
County Clerk
Dated Ogden Utah June 7th 1909
First Publication June 7th 1909 j
Last Publication June 29th 1909
I NOTICE
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Special Road Tax Election North I
r Ogden Road District Weoer
County Utah I
Notice is hereby given that in purl
suance of a Resolution adopted by tho
Board of County Commissioners of
Weber county Utah on June 1st 1909
a Special Election Is Hereby called
In the NORTH OGDEN HOAD DIS
TRICT of Weber County Utah on
Tuesday July Gth 1909 at the Meet I
Ing House In said district betweon
the hours of seven 7 oclock A M
and seven 7 oclock P I r on said
day for the purpose of submitting to
the qualified electors within said dis
trict a proposition to authorize the
Board of County Commtsstoners of
Weber County Utah to levy for the
fiscal year 1909 a district road tax of
three 3 mills on all the taxable prop
erty within said district to be used
exclusively for the construction and re
pair of roads and highways situate
therein I
Only registered voters residing
within said district who shall have
paid said property tax therein In tho
year preceding such election DO en
titled to vote at such election
The following named persons have
been appointed by the said Board to
conduct said Special Election lowii
Edwin J Marshall Henry Barker
and Marion Berrett
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Weber County Utah
OSCAR B MADSON Chairman
SAMUEL G DYE County Clerk
Dated June 7th 1909
First Publication Juno 7th 190
Last publication June 29tb 190
A Fellow Sufferer
In Philadelphia they tell a story <
a man whose wife had arranged n
authors evening and persuaded bl
reluctant husband to remain at horn
and help her receive the 50 guests wh
were asked to participate in this ii
tellectual feast
The first author was dull onoug
but the second was worse Wor
over the rooms were Intolerably war
So on pretense of letting In some co
air the unfortunate host escaped
the hall where he found a servai
comfortably asleep on the settee
Wake up sternly commanded tl
Philadelphian In tho mans ear Wal
up I say You must have been Ii
toning at the keyhole Harpers Ma
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An AirLoving World Wanted
Once get a nation Into Inviting ire
air Instead of barring It out and n
only Is that nation going to repel cc
sumption but It Is going to belt
Itself physically In such a measure
to be practically Immune from oth
diseases Philadelphia Inquirer
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ALL THE PRICES QUOTED LAST EVENING WILL BE GOOD FOR SATURDAY EV
ERYTHING IN OUR STORES CHEAPERASK FOR THE TICKETS
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Only nine months since we opened the doors expecting that Ogden and its vicinitys thrifty buying people will appreciate good values when convinced We are glad to state that we
= were right in our opinion as the crowds that follow to our stoJre is sufficient proof 0
In ihe last two weeks We have added thousands of satisfied ells omers to our house sell rI1
= ing high ari merchandise at such low pr iees almost unbelievable It is our PURCHASiNG =
POWER that enafoles us TO CHALLENGE any competition THEN TOO 9 we are determined to
1 make our house twice the busiest house that ever opened its doors in the city of Ogden Q e
WE KNOW WE WILL DO IT for every article we are selling in our house will prove there is none better sold Even though the prices are the lowest J
iIIiIiI1 Do not pass our windows because the prices may look to you unbelievable to give satisfaction BEAR IN MIND we guarantee every article WE SELL AND WILL GLADLY REFUND
THE CASH to any dissatisfied customers CAN YOU ASK FOR MORE As to our responsibility we are pleased to refer you to the following banks and bankers
Q Utah National Bank of Ogden Bingham State Bank McCormick Co Salt Lake
Walker Bros Salt Lake Jordan State Bank Fairfield Banking Com l
First National Bank of Murray >
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