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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 28 innn 1
FEDERATION
OF LABOR
MEETS
UNION TEMPLE TO BE ERECTED
IN SALT LAKE CITY
pecldes to Inaugurate Campaign
AgLlln > t Articles Made in Prisons
and Sweatshops
The executive council of tho Utah
federation of Labor held two sessions
rf an executive meeting In Union Iva
or hall yesterday at which were
present the full membership of the
Council and members of the union In
wI and organisation committees
The council gave their approval to
the movement started by the Salt
lake federation to erect a union tem
ple In that city which Is expected to
outclass any club building now In the I
Elate The plan is to make the hulltl
Cff a workjngmans club to which
5D > man belonging to a labor union In
the state will be eligible to member
s lp It is Intended to have a hospital
ward In tho building to which any la
loring man whether a union member
or not will be admitted for first treat
n ont I
If the inauguration of the club build
ing in Salt Lake Is pro > en a succesS
Ills stated that Ogden will be next in
line for a temple and members of the
Jocal federation said last night that if
fuch Is the case an effort will be made
to have the Ogden temple surpass that
of Salt Lake
The larger portion of the two ses
sions was devoted to hearing reports
of the two committees and outlining
work for them In the future In con
nection with the union label commit
tees report It was said that an active
and vigorous campaign Is to ho Inau
gurated against goods which are man
ufactured in penitentiaries and sweat
hops and which are bearing the
fictitious inscription Union made
Just what the plan of battle is to be
i1lS kept secret but it is ono which is
expected to force manufacturers and
dealer in this class of goods to cither
discontinue the use of the fraudulent
label or cease to make and sell tho
goods It was said that goods made
In such Institutions were very often
unsanitary and carried Infectious and
contagious diseases
+ Those present at yesterdays meet
ing were
William PIggott president Ogden
Jl F Kerr first vice president Aus
tin Davis secretary A H NIese third
Mco president J D McCarthy fourth
To clean the
skin you
must use soap pure
soap Ivory soap
Never mind if it does
i
cost onlya few
a cents a
r a
cake It infinitely
purer than most soaps
that sell for five times
its price
There is no free alkali in
Ivory Soap That is why it
will not injure the finest fabric
or the most delicate skin
I j Ivory Soap
99 ofl Per Gent Pure
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1 1 TAILOR MADE GOWNS
1s
s 1 that bear tho marks of wear can eas
ily bo renovated It brought to us At
leroa gown leaves our establishment
It will look as good as new We clean
ladies garments of every description
dim find guaranty the work to be done on
a lime Give us a trial
u OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO
it Launderers and French Dry Cleaners
Phones 174 437 25th St
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sc
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3 it i d HERRICKS
Is
t1 ICECREAM
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lard Delicious to Everybodys
Iba Mouth
pa Both Phones
Rod
hi Delivered Everywhere
abt
be
roa J
roat
bofeet y of BROOM RESTAURANT
apes REMOVED TO VIENNA
t ID
CAPE
11011 322 25th St
s to Meals same price as Broom Res
j1 taurant Special Dinner 25c
tthi Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
sei Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
61 I LEE FOON TOM Managers
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sot
Lof
t N C Ogden Turf Exchange
n tJ at 1 Pools Sold on Salt Lake I
d In Races
loom OVER VIENNA OAFE
b fo s
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vice president Salt Lake and M B
1 lIon Richardson fifth I > Ict president cjs
Comrtiitlccmen H p Lizesev Jacob
Beokel and E H Melton of Sail Lake
Theodore GIcrB Hiss Bula Crandall
R H Clark and J A Reeder of Og
den and Miss Maud West of Ogden
an alternate who sat In the proceed
Ings for Miss Allllle Hauzon a member
of tho executive committee
After the business of the day was
completed tho council and committee
members adjourned to Ogden canyon
Where several hours wore spent at tho
resorts The Salt Lako members re
turned home at 745 last night
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
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Slato
Engineers Office
Salt Lake City Utah June 22 109
Notice Is hereby given lhat A F
Parker whose poet office address is
Ogden Utah has made application
in accordance with the re
quirements of Chapter lOS
Session Laws of Ulah 1905 as amend
ed by the Session Laws of Utah 1907
to appropriate twentyseven thousand
2OOO
acrefeet ofwater from the
South Fork of Ogden River Weber
County Utah Said water will be stor
ed whenever avalliblc
during the per
loci from January 1 to December 31 In
clusive of each year in a reservoir
embraced In Sections 4 5 Gaud 7
TownshIp G north Range 3 east and
Sections 32 and 33 Township 7 north
Range C east Salt Lake base and mer
idian The water so stored will be
released from said reservoir into a
pipe line whenever necessary during
the above named period at a point
which lies south 2250 feet from the
northwest comer of Section 7 Town
ship G north Range 3 cast Sail Lake
base and meridian from where It ulll
ue conveyed for a distance of about
70000 feet lo the Intake of Ogden Oily
pipe line in Ogden Canyon In which
pipe line It will b6 convoyed for a
distance of about 30000 feet to Ogden
CItys distributive system where it
will be used during the period above
specified for municipal purposes This
application is designated in the Stale
Engineers office as No J840
All protests against tho granting of
said application stating the reasons
thereto must be made bv affidavit In
duplicate and filed in this office with
in thirty 30 days after ho comple
tion of the publication of this notice
CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Date of first publication June 21
1009 date of completion of publication
July 26 1909
CONFERENCE AT TABERNACLE
FIRST WARD TO BE DIVIDED
I Yesterday was conference day for
the North Wooer stake and two meet
Ings were hold In the Tabernacle at
which President Joseph F Smith and
C W NIbloy were the principal
speakers At the morning session Mr
Nlbley spoke of the trip which he and
President Smith recently look to tho
Sandwich Islands At the afternoon
session President Smith talked on gos
pel principles
Reports on the stakes condition
were read by those In charge and
wore considered as being Indicative of
a great deal of prosperity during tho
past few months
There was a meeting yesterday at
tho First ward meeting house in this
city of the presidency of Weber stake
Presidents L W Shurtllff O F Mid
dleton and John Watson were present
and discussed the proposed division of
tho ward which now embraces all of
Lhe city south oC Twentyeighth street
The Idea Is to divide the stake at
Washington avenue It was voted to
lay the matter over until next Sunday
when definite action will be taken and
they will meet in two places and se
lect officers for the now ward The di
vision Is wanted because the ward
meeting house is inadequate to care
for the large membership and if ef
fected a now ward house will he erect
ed D H Ensign Is the present bishop
of the ward c
Apostles F M Lyman and Hyrum F
Smith of Salt Lake and Presidents T
B Evans and C C Richards of Ogden
stake held four meetings at Liberty
yesterday at 10 a m 11 a m and 2
and 5 p m respectively A reorgan
ization of the official board was effect
ed most of tho old members being re
t lned Bishop Arthur M Ferrin was
elected first counsellor John H Clark
socond counsellor David E Chard an
other officers chosen
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineers Office
Salt Lake City Utah June 22 1909
Notice Is hereby given that A F
Parker whose post office address is
Ogden Utah has made application in
accordance with the requirements of
Chapter 108 Session Laws of Utah
1905 as amended by the Session Laws
of Utah 1907 to appropriate nine thou
sand 9COO acrefeet of water from
the righthand branch of the South
Fork of Ogden River Weber County
Utah Said water will be stored when
ever available during the period from
January 1 to December II Inclusive
of each year In a reservoir embraced
in Sections 34 35 and 36 Township 7
north Range 3 east and Sections 2
and 3Township C north Range 3 east
Salt Lalce base and meridian The
water so stored will ho released from
said reservoir into a pipe lino when
ever necessary during the above nam
ed period at a point which lies 785
feet south from the cast quarter cor
ner of Section 34 Township 7 north
Range 3 cast Salt Lako base and
meridian from where It will bo con
veyed for n distance of about 40000
feet where it will be used to duVolop
power for the purpose of electric light
Ing and propelling machinery in towns
In Ogden Valley and Ogden City Utah
After having been so diverted and
used tho water will be returned to
the natural channel of the stream at
n point which bears south 30 degrees
cast 2162 feet distant from the north
east corner of Section 15 Township
6 north Range 2 east Salt Lake base
and meridian This application is des
ignated in the State Engineers office
as No 184S
All protests against the granting of
said application stating the reasons
thorcfor must be made by affidavit In
duplicate and filed In this ofllcc within
thirty 30 days after the completion
of the publication of this notice
CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Date ot first publication Juno 24
1909 date of completion of publication
July 26 1909
MYSTERY SURROUNDS
DEATH OF ASSYRIAN
Salt Lake Juno 27 Mike Rahel an
Assyrian died at the Holy Cross hos
I pital Saturday night from injuries ro
celved some hours earlier
I Rahcl was picked up by tho police
on Third South near Fifth West
street just after he had either fallen
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THE BEST PLACe TO NCE Sylvan Park
TuesdaY1 Thursday and Saturday Evenings f
ALL WHITEConcerts Every Sunday 3 to 4l and 7 to 8
COURTEOUS TO ALL y9 p ill o I lJ p ID t
GRAND PRIZE WALTZ THURSDAY EVENING q JULY 1 I
fiU r 1 oo L I 0 > L < OjR OI fl
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or been thrown from a Salt Lake
Route train He was taken to tho
emergency hospital at the city prison
but when he arrived there he was
bleeding so freely from the nose that
it was thought best to hurry him to a
hospital
Ho was taken to tho Holy Cross hos
pital where he died within half an
hour according to what little informa
tion could bo obtained
No one could be found who would
assume the responsibility of having
the man sent to the Holy Cross hos
pital Dr P D Steele the police sur
geon said that as he was absent the
case was taken in charge by Dr S G
Paul Dr Paul said that after lie saw
the condition the man was In he turned
the case over to the county authorities
Dr r G Odell county physician could
not be reached to get his version of
the affair
ALIAS SUMMONS
I
In the District Court of tho Coun I
I
ty of Weber State of Utah
Esther Newman Plaintiff vs Sam
uel Newman Defendant
The ISlate of Utah to the Said Dc
fondant
You are hereby suiu honed to ap
pear within twenty days after tho I
service of this Summons upon you
If served within the county In which
this action Is brought otherwise I
within thirty days after service and
defend tho above entitled action and
in case of your failure so to do judg
meat will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with the
Clerk of said Court
This action is brought to recover a
JudgmentdissolvIng the bonds pf
matrimony heretofore existing be
tween ton and the plalntlffff
IIALATSRSON PRATT
Plaintiffs Attorneys
P 0 Address Rooms 402 and 103
Eccles Building Ogden City Utah
SIXTEEN APPLICANTS ARE
BEFORE EXAMINING BOARD
Sixteen applicants appeared before
the examining board composed of
Stale Horticultural I Inspector Ed
ward Taylor and Prof u3 G Titus off
the Agricultural college and applied
for positions as deputy inspectors The
examinations were held in the Cham
ber of Commerce building in Salt
Lake Saturday afternoon
There were present the recently ap
pointed inspectors from Weber Davis
Utah Box Elder and Salt Lake cotta
tics They wero first required to
write the answers to ten questions
covering a variety of matters connect
ed with their work and wore then
taken to an orchard south of the city
I and asked to pick out trouble on the
trees of the orchard and to prescribe
the remedy for tho difficulty I
The questions which the Inspectors
wero required to answer Included de
scriptions of tho peach tree borer
San Jose scale strawberry leafroller
the naming of tho insects injurious to
fruits vines and shrubs the equip
ment required to carry on defensive
work agulnst the codling moth methods
I
thods of pruning the appearance of
pear blight and the preparation of
tree sprays
A careful examination of the pa
purs will be made and the results of
the practical tests will be carefully
discussed by members of the com
mission before the Inspectors aro ac
cepted
O S L CHANGES TIME SEE
card this paper Nino trains each way
dally between Ogden and Salt Lake
I City Note No 2 now leaves Og I
den aL 115 p m for the Capital
I I
SEALED PROPOSALS
I Will bo received by the Board ot
Trustees of tho State Industrial
School for furnishing f o b Five
Points Ogdon Utah 1500 feet of four
Inch galvanized pipe together with
all necessary couplings and 1000 feet
of oneinch galvanized pipe together
with all necessary couplings Fur
ther information may be obtained at
the office of time superintendent of tho
Institution
Bids must be scaled and marked
Bids for pipe and addressed to the
State Industrial School Ogden Utah
They must be received on or before
the 30th day of June They will be
opened at 2 oclock p m of that day
Time Board reserves tho right to re
ject any and all bids not advantageous
to the State
Board of Trustees
By H H THOMAS Superintendent
Ogden June 17th 190D
WILL PAY COUNTY WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Treasurer of Weber Coun
ty Utah will at his office on and
after this date pay all county war
rants bearing register numbers from
No 15147 tv No 4fi01fj inclusive and
that all of said warrants shall cease
to draw Interest after this date June
22 1009 ALMA CHAMBERS
Treasurer of Weber County
Ogden Utah June 21909
No Money Could Buy It
Did any one ever hear of a mother
wishing to be paid ror her love
Frledrich Nietzsche v
OGDEN EXPERIENCES THE I
HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR
1C yesterday was not the hottest
day of the year It was at least hot I
enough to suit the most exacting
and too much so for many
Tho maximum temperature accord
ing to the Browning thermometer on
Washington avenue vitas reached at
I high noon being JO degrees in tho
shade At C oclock In the morning
72 degrees was registered which rose
gradually to 90 reaching that stage
at noon holding its form until
about 4 oclock when It began to
ease off to So and at midnight the
indicator showed a flat SO degrees
A strong wind was blowing all day
which seemed to Increase tho heat
AH resorts about the city were taxed I
to their utmost capacity to care for I
the sweltering crowds who sought re
lief from the heat by getting out into
the country All sorts of convey
ances were used but tho popular
method of transportation seemed to
be the new line of the Rapid Transit
company In Ogdeu Canyon A fifteen
minute service was Inaugurated with
the big new cars in use and Superin
tendent Joseph IJalley said last night I
I that the cars carried capacity loads
on every train
A Y P EXPOSITION RATES
Via Oregon Short Line R R 33750
from Ogden to Seattle and return on
sale dally commencing June Isl Ask
agents for further particulars
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Progress That May Be Oppoood
One of the latest Indications of the
progress of Japan in Occidental Ideas
I Is the project now on foot to Illuminate
the summit of the celebrated mountain
Fujlyama which figures In almoet aU
Japanese pictures and which Is one of
tho loftiest and most beautiful volcanic
peaks In the world with a gigantic
electric light Already the pilgrim sta
tions on the way up the peak are heat
ed and lighted with electricity Since
the Japanese are an artistic people
one wonders whether same of them
may not oppose this startling innova
tion as the people oC Venice recently
expressed their disapprobation of the
scheme to light the Venetian canals
with electric lamps Youths Com
panion
Sermon In Five Lines
Some people In addition to cross
ing bridges before they are reached
go to the trouble and expense of build
ing bridges where there Is never like
ly to be any water Chicago Record
Herald
Hot Sfiowe = Cool Kifichen
How do you expect to en
dure the broiling days of
t summer if you prepare all
b the food over a glowing
1 t coal fire
You need a tc New Per
fection Oil Stove that
will do the cooking with
cr out cooking the cook It
q E 4o rn co concentrates plenty of heat
under the pot and diffuses
o little or none through the
f room
J NEW pmFECTIOr
JWicl Blue f ame Oil CookDShwe
besides being the perfect stove for summer use is just as efficient
for year round use Does anything any other stove will do It
is built just like the modem
steel coal range with a CABINET
TOP that makes it possible to keep food warm after it is cooked
Made in three sizes Sold either with or with
out Cabinet Top If not at your dealers
write our nearest agency
9 Tfci L frfi a substan
The amp
1 pLamp tial strong
ly made
and handsome lamp
Burns for hour with a strong mellow light Just
what you need for evening reading or to light
thodiningroom If not with your deafer
SA write our nearest agency
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CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
Incorporated
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Stockings 111 jJ eu is
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Used on an > Sewing Machine Shown
Free lessons to use dl Singer Stores Sea It TODAY at
2338 WASHINGTON AVENUE
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W fOR THE
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i Afternoon and Evening i
AT THE
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A great Race Program will be presented in the afternoon July Fifth and Fireworks in the evening e
July Fourth See the list of Horses and then come and enjoy our Native Sport The best Running
Races of the year will be seen oh Monday July 5th e
The Fireworks Program needs no boosting the sample display and grand I illumination at the Fairs
e last Fall is a guarantee that the Fireworks will be grand and gorgeous Expert Illuminators will be oh
hand to shoot off the 1000 display of Fireworks The shooting will take place in the center field of the
race track the only place in Ogden for such entertainment where spectators are absolutely safeR
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9I J I Sunday Evening 8 p m July 4thfirand Display of Fireworks
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9ft R emem b er J Monday Afternoon at 2 p m July 5th Seven Running Races
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