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Paints Stains and Varnishes
Brushes etc etc of standard
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painting and furnish you all nec
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SUBJECT FOR TONIGHT
A Gospel Message for Today
FLORIST SOCIETY IS
HOLDING CONVENTION
Cincinnati Ohio Aug 17The so
ClelY of American Florists and Hortl
culturallsts organized In Cincinnati
twentyfive years ago and holding a
national charter granted It by Presi
dent McKinley began Its twentyfifth
annual session here today Delegates
arc hero from all parts of the United
States
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OUR GROCER
> offer you another flour If he Is
tarrying
PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR
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because no other flour will i Ivo you
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UNION LABEL
dGOEN
STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 55
Bell Phone two rlng3No 56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 50
I Bell Phone one ringNo S3
RANDOM
I fPERENCES
Find Kiddo
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
room consult John Scowcroft SODa
Company
Idlewlld la nor Open under now
management
Judgment for PlaintiffLewis Siltz
mall was given Judgment against Mrs
K A Lashus for 1845 which was due
him for plumbing which he had put In
Mrs Lashus residence
For wedding decorations Van dor
Scbuit Floral Co
Ice Croam Cones at Wrights Candy
Department 5c
Veteran En Route to Northwest
TV II Wallace and daughter and Miss
Agnes Mason of Burlington la spent
a few days in Ogden during tho week
the guests of Mr and Mrs S 11 Frey
They attended the national encamp
meat of the G A R and wore on their
way to the northwest and California
Mr Wallace JK among the men who
served during the entire conflict be
t the north and the south and
holds the distinction of being a mem
ber of the Association of ExPrisoners
He was ono among many of the Union I
armr I who suffered In the Boll Island
and AndersonUllo prisons
Buy Kodaks niiaSupplies from The
Trlpp Studio 310 25th SL
Visiting in Ogden Mr and Mrs
James Unsworth of Hyrum are visit
Ing relatives and friends In Ogden
while on their way home from the na
tional encampment of the Grand Army
They are the guests of heir daughter
Mrs Albert Ellis Mr and Mrs Leo
Faunce of Nebraska are also the
guests of Mrs Ellis for a few das I
They are Mrs Ellis cousins Mr and
Mrs Fauncc are on their way to the
AlaskaYukonPaclllc exposition and
California points for n few months
outing
EZMoney KcIiy roney to loan on
any good real estate Geo J Kelly
REMEMBER
Browery Workers day Is Thursday
August 19 at the Hermitage Out
door sports and dancing Bring some
limber and cheese and wo will furnish
the rest
PRESIDENT TAFT WILL
MAKE THE TRIP IN STYLE
Details of Trip From Denver All Ar
ranged With Much Care
Salt Lake Aug 17The Isltof
President William II Taft and his par
ty to Utah will be an Important event
In western railroad circles and every
facility and convenience of the rail
roads will he placed at the disposal of
the president to make his trip safe
pleasant and comfortable
It was at the special request of the
President that his Itinerary was so ar
ranged that he might leave Denver al
a time when ho could pass through the
Royal Gorge and also through the prin
cipal Cities of central Colorado by day
light
In conducting the Presidents train
through the gorge the Denver Rio
Grande will provide a special pilot
train which will run at all times about
ten minutes ahead of the official train
Arrangements for tho trains will be
made by tho operating department of
the railroad at Denver and a special In
spection of the entire line will he
made Just before the executives train
starts from Denver to Salt Lake
The pilot train will consist of an en
gine baggage car sleeper and obser
vation car and In addition to a rep
resentative of each branch of the op
erating department on the pilot train
It will probably carry most of the
press representatives are accom
panying the President on his trip
The Presidents train will mako
brief stops at the principal cities and
towns whore rear platform recep
tions and speeches will be in order
In these events John Hays Hammond
who Is Immensely popular throughout
the west will take no small part
Bodyguard Plane
Every means of protection at our
command will be thrown about Pres
ident Taft during his stay In Salt
Lalce said S M Barlow chief of po
lice yesterday The city council will
bo asked to authorize the appointment
of a special squad of officers to be
used as a bodyguard to the Presi
dent and wherever he goes while In
the city he will he accompanied by a
sufficient number of police officers to
Insure safety against every possible
exigency
Although not prepared to say Just
what methods ho will undertake to
guard the chief executive Chief Bar
low declares that nothing will be over
looked A squad of police will meet
tho special presidential train and will
form a cordon about the carriage In
which Taft will be taken up town
These will be extra precautions to
those regularly maintained by the sec
ret service men who will accompany
the President on his western tour
As the distinguished visitor drives
about the streets of the city tho police
will accompany him some mounted
and some on foot The crowds will
be watched continually for suspicious
characters
FINAL RACE OF THE LIPTON
CUP SERIES TO BE A DUEL
Chicago Aug 17WIth two yachts
tho Spray and the I A C tied for
first place and far In the lead of tho
other contestants local yachtsmen
today regarded the final race of the I
Lipton cup series as n duel between
tho loaders The course for the final
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race today Is rectangular three miles I
to the leg and IR tobo Railed once
aronnri
In the lot race tho Spray the
Chicago Yacht club boat was victor
lous Jtnd tho I A C second In the
second race the I A C representing
the Illinois Athletic club was the win I
nor with the Spray second
fINDS tiER
USRAND
DEAD
MRS THOMAS SHIPLEY HAS A SAD
EXPERIENCE
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Awakens to Find That During the
I Night Her Husband Had Been
Stricken With Death
The sudden death of Thomas Shipley
occurred about five oclock this morn
lug at the family residence rear L33S
Lincoln avenue He had not been well
for several months but was around as
usual yesterday Last evening when
ho retired he complained of a pain
nbout his heart and when his wife
awakened this morning she discover
ed that he was dead
Mr Shipley has boon a resident of
Ogden since 1SG9 and was for many
years in tho employ of the Central
Pacific railway He was born July 21
ISoo at Percy Main Northumberland
England In I860 he Joined tho
Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay
Saints and always has been n faithful
member Ho Is survived by his wife
one son and five grandchildren
Funeral services will be held at the
Third Ward meeting house at 2
oclock Thursday afternoon The body
will He In state at tho home between
the hours of 10 and 1 on Thursday
Burial will be In tho City cemetery
EXCURSION TO UTAH AND IDA
ho points north Saturday Aug 21sL
Cheap round trip rates Ask agents
for particulars
UNION PACIFIC CONTROL
OF NEW YORK CENTRAL
While Harriman officials aro disin
clined to discuss the matter for pub
lication and emphatically refuse to
be quoted on the subject It is gen
erally rumored around about local
railroad headquarters that the Union
Pacific company has secured control
of the New York Central lines and
in the near future will announce a
complete reorganization of the Harrl
man system that will extend from the
Atlantic to the Pacific coasts and em
brace the New York Central Illinois
Central Union Pacific and Southern
Pacific roads It Is assumed that
through passenger service will then
be possible between New York City
and San Francisco and that the pres I
ent time schedule between the two
cities will be materially reduced I
With through passenger service of
this character once established It
would give the Harrhnan system al
most a monopoly of continental trav
el and this would doubtless bo qulck
ly followed by a similar condition
covering freight traffic
An arrangement of this character
would in no sense prove Injurious to
Ogden or detract from Its future as
the great railroad center of the Inter
mountain region On tho contrary It
would Increase railroad traffic to and
through the city many fold and result i
In Ogden holding Its prestige as the
most Important railroad city between
Omaha and San Francisco
IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OF
J H SCHIVELY BEGUN
Olympia Wash Aug HTbe im
peachment trial of J H Schlvely
stale insurance commissioner opened
yesterday the state withdrawing thir
teen of the t went vslx indictments
and the defense its demurrer Miss
vie Ferguson bookkeeper in the of
fice of the Insurance commissioner
and J S Llchly were the first called
Miss Ferguson testified that she hail
entered the statutory foe of 35 on the
books for the examination of the Capi
tol Insurance company of Boston The
deposition of George Graham Jr an
officer of the company was read to
show that 235 had been paid J S
Llchly treasurer of a defunct Insur
ance company In Spokane testified
that his company had paid 100 to
Schlvely on one occasion and that
300 had been paid on another when
Schivcly and E E Liggett Insurance
commissioner of Idaho made an ex
amination
SAYS THEORY OF EVOLUTION
IS AS OLD AS THOUGHT
Chautauqua N Y Aug 17That
the theory of evolution Is as old as
human thought Itself and that Darwin
was only one of many who have at
tempted an explanation of It was the
statement of Professor J M Coulter
of the University of Chicago In the
first of series of lectures
The scientific world has gotten be
yond Darwin today said Professor
Coulter and Is engaged in experimental
tal work which is showing weak spots
In all the theories Wo care nothing
for these theories Every one of them
may go and evolution will still remain
On account of the keen attacks of bi
ologists and they arc the only ones
for whose attacks we care all of them
have been found weak In spots but
the simple fact that wo cant explain
a thing does not destroy It
USE OF GAS AS MOTIVE
POWER ON MENOFWAR
Washington August 17Gas as a
motive power on menofwar Is a pos
sibility of the future in the opinion of
naval experts hero It would mean a
material reduction In coal consumption
and would avoid tho necessity of stop
ping so often to replenish the coal
bunkers
Admiral Cone who commanded the
torpedo flotilla on Its way from tho
Atlantic coast to San Francisco and
who Is chief of the bureau of steam
engineering is gathering Information
on the subject and recently sent Com
mander William W white lo lslt
several large manufacturing plants in
the wet
I WORK OF CHINESE
SMU6LERSCIIL1ED
Detroit Mich Aug iA band of
Chinese smugglers Using Fighting Is
land a deserted bit of land ten miles
down the river inside the Canadian
border as the base of their operations
Is believed to have been broken up
by the capture of three young Detroit
men and two Chinese In Lansing
It is the belief of the authorities
that the gang checkmated at every
turn hit upon the deserted island as
headquarters and that Chinese to be
smuggled were taken In hand upon
their arrival in Windsor and secret
ed on the Island until the opportunity
offered to take them across tho line
In a launch where they were to be
taken away In automobiles I
O S L EXCURSION TO SALT
Lake City over Sunday Sl oo round
trip Eight daily trains to and from
tho Capital
NEW LEADER FOR
TABERNACLE CHOIR
There Is to be a chnngo In the lead I
orship of the Salt Lake Tabernacle
choir Prof A C Luna or the Brig
ham Young university Is to succeed
Prof Evan Stephens who has been
for many years the lender of tho
choir Speaking of tho cnange tho
Provo Post has this lo say
Word has reached hero from Salt
Lake City that Prof A C Lund of
the B Y U will be engaged to take
charge of the great Tabernacle con I
cert choir at Salt Lake Just as soon
as he returns from his trip abroad
and upon the strength of Lund going
to Salt Lake to take charge of the
famous organIzation a great many
young singers have gotten together
and are rapidly drawing up plans for
the organization of a great malo
chorus upon the arrival of their new
leader It has been an understood
fact for a long time that Prof Ste
phens has desired to be released from
the choir as ho feels that he would
prefer to devote his lime In private
for the rest of his life and It is a
known fact that many times Prof J
Lund has been offered this very im i
portant church position but has re I
fused at each time on account of his
loyalty to Provo and hls ceslrc to re
main with the B Y U
Prof Lund has a reputation
throughout the entire Western coun
try as a chorister and teacher of the
highest type and has been considered
one of the very foremost leaders In
music for many years past Tho
operas he has put onoacn spring have
done much to build up his great repu
tation nnd no matter where he took I
his singers great audiences greeted
him The Salt Lake papers at dif
ferent times have stated that the B I
Y U amateurs are ahead of any
amateur productions over gotten up
in this state and they have attributed
these successes to Lunds leadership
MONEY TO SPARE
SPARESAYS
SAYS STERRETT
Estimated Expenditure for Encamp
ment Will Be About 61000
Salt Lake Aug 17 At a meeting
of the executive committee of the G
A R encampment at the Commer
clal club rooms yesterday afternoon
at 12JO the reports of various com
mittees and sundry encampment bills
came up for consideration Accord
Ing to Colonel Frank M Sterrett ex
ecutive director of the G A R there
will be money sufficient to meet all
bills with a littleto spare The ex
penditures will be approximately G1
000 and the receipts d000
Colonel Sterrett stated that it was
difficult to arrive at exact figures this
early In tho week The work of au
diting the many bills and attending
to the many matters incident to tho
closing of the accounts Is a big task
and exact figures will not bo obtain
able until the end of the week at
which Unto It Is thought that the com
mittee will have completed its work
Most of the bills in large amount
have been presented to the finance
committee There are however a
number of bills especially In small
amounts still outstanding With
those which have already been pre
sented together with the bills out
standing it Is thought the expendi
tures will not be in excess of 61000
The books of the G A R show a
number of bllls payable among which
is an Item of grand stand rent
amounting probably to about 50
Colonel Sterrett stated yesterday
that when all accounts hart been au
dited carefully and the committee had
made Its final report It would be I
found thai everything considered
matters had been handled In a credit
able manner
It Is no easy matter to handle a
big encampment said ho and It Is I
easier to find fault with the way the
work Is done than to do the work
This encampment has been handled
with less friction than any other at
which I have officiated and I am con
vinced that when the auditing is com
pleted everything will DC found ITI
first class shape
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New York Aug 17An agreement
for the settlement of the strike which
has kept between 15000 and 25000
union hat makers out of employment
for seven months has been reached
between tho executive council of the
United Hatters of North America and 1
j representatives of tho Hat Manufac
hirers association I
I The agreement which was brought
i Governor
I crnor Fort of New Jersey has been I
ratified by both sides and now only
I the formal signing of tho articles is
awaited by tho union before resuming
work
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Both sides made concessions The
union label which was n point of ser
ious contention will be restored in all
factories under the agreement Non
union workmen who have been filling
strikers places will be discharged and j
the union employes who went on
strlko will be reemployed at the old
scale An agreement will be signed
effective for three years whereby dis I
putes will be submitted to arbitration
I Union employes who refused to Join
the strike In January will be allow
i ed to rejoin the union and only union
men will be employed during the life
of the threeyear agroomrnt Gover
nor Fort will be the third party In the
arbitration hoard which will settle
I any disputes that may arise I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
I
I Bids for furnishing the material and
erecting a four bent pile bridge will
be received at the office of
the Board of I
County Commissioners until 4 p m
of August 1th 1000 Plans and speci
fications at the office of the County
Surveyor
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners
SAMUEL G DYE Clerk
STRANGE DISEASE
Dr John Sundwall bacteriologist of I
the University of Utah Is In pursuit
of an unknown germ to which is at
tributed forty cases of Illness and
numerous deaths In Kane county I
Utah Because of its prevalence
among persons who herd and handle I
goats the disease has been given the
name of goat fever Physicians who
hae attended the sufferers have been I
unable to Identify It with any record I
ed malady An extremely high tem
perature is one of the symptoms Dr
Sundwall spent several das in Kane
county and made an exhaustive inves
tigation of the cases now under treat
ment He brought back hair ticks
and other appendages of the goats and
Is subjecting them to microscopic and
other tests When these are finished
ho will report his findings to the
state board of health
BOY REACHES OGDEN OH HIS
TOUR AROUND UNITED STATES
Harry Garreby a 19year old boy
who with a companion set out from
Boston August 1 190S to walk to
San Francisco and back arrived In
Ogden yesterday on his return trip
Young Garroby and his companion left
Boston with the Intention of walking
around the United States They gave
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high diving exhibitions and did some
singing to defray expenses
After Gairebys companion got to
the coast he felt as though he had had
enough of It and left tho completion
of tho journey to Garreby who is still
on the way
Gnrreby came by way of New Or
leans Arizona and California As soon
as arrangements can be made ho will
give a performance here I
WIDOW 31 YEARS OLD To
WED MAN WHO IS BUT 51
Plttsbug Pa Aug 17Mrs Eva
line Hall a widow aged 81 years and
Robert B Wright aged 51 eurs both
of Turtle Creek Pa yesterday took
out a marriage license In tho Alle
gheny county license office Thoy will
wed tomorrow John Hall 62 years
old a son of the woman bv a former
husband was present at the marriage
license oilier and declared his mother
to be of legal age
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BARGAINS
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3 Sheets Stickey Fly Paper for 5
1 doz Fruit Jars Rubbers 5
1 doz Jelly Glasses 1 a J 3G
1 doz Paper Plates
7 fir
1 doz Paper Napkins 2
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1 Large White Bowl and Pitcher Hi
os Large While Slop Jar
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G White Cups and Saucers for > 3GC
G While Dinner Plates for h3S
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Rising Sun Stove
Polish 5
Best Machine Thread G spools for 25ii
1 Spool Darning Cotton > 2
1 Spool Silk Finish
Crochet Cotton ate
100 Corsets go for pa
50c Corsets go for 25c 1
j Any Parasol 100 and 150 Value for 75 o
Men 5 and Boys Summer Underwear 25
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O D Rasmussens
New York Racket Store
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fiLL VACANCIES
The county commissioners met yes
terday and appointed A F Larson to
the doputyshlp left vacant by the res
ignation of Frank J Hendcrshoi
Thomas H McEntyre and 11 H
Kinsley sent a letter to tho commis
sioners protesting against tho closing
of a culvert in the Harrlsvlllc district
which was flooding the grounds In tho
neighborhood and doing some damage
to the orchards nearby Commission
er Bybeo was Instructed to look Into
tho matter
I It was reported that the work of
driving artesian wells in North Ogden
I was progressing rapidly and that a
flow of 130 gallons a minute had been
struck In one of the wells
I Commissioner Moore reported that
the construction and repairing of tIm
I road from the residence of Mr To
ponce to Huntsvllle would be pushed
The rcplastorlng and wallpapering
of the recorders office In the court
house was reported as being thorough
and satisfactory
A carload of coal was bought for
the county inllnnary Mrs Emily
Wlndell was appointed as caretaker
to succeed Mrs Purdy who has re
signed
Road Commissioner John C Chllds
recommended that the 40Ioot bridge
which the Wheelwright Construction
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company Is putting In the Warren dls
trlct bo extended thirteen foot so
that the base will rest on solid ground
Tho matter was left to his own dis
cretion
County Physician Pidcock notified
the commissioners that there was n I
case of tuberculosis at the European j
hotel and he wished to bo advised as
to what disposition should be made of
the patient
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POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS
A LITTLE EXCITEMENT
The police department received a
call sent from way out over the rail
road tracks saying that a man out
there had come home drunk and was
giving his wife a terrible boating
Patrolman Bob Burke made a quick I
run to the scene of battle and found
the man with his shirt torn off his
I back and his wife with her arms
tightly clasped around his neck plead
I Ing with him not to leave her
I The man had threatened to jump
I Into the river and In her attempts to
hold him from doing so his wife had
torn the shirt oft his back
The patrolman had hardly reached
the station before another call was
received carrying the Information
that the woman had taken poison and
a doctor was needed Immediately Tho
patrol wagon was called and a full
I squad of policemen were sent to the
place When they arrived there they
found tho woman singing and busily
wiping the supper dishes She knew
nothing about the police being called
and was racy much surprised wjieu
they made their second appearance
She said that after the first visit of
the police she had fainted and It was
thought that some overzealous person
look the opportunity to make a stir
PECULIAR CASE IN HOSPITAL
AT PASSAIC NEW JERSEY
New York Aug 17 Physicians In
the general hospital at Passaic N J
I Fnesb Ranch
Eggs
With a fOc purchase at one
time of other goods at regular
or special prices Including
Best Mason Jars complete
you get fresh eggs at
Per Dozen
25c
Tomorrow only limit two
dozen to customer Every egg
not fresh wo replace with two
so dont be misled
The
Smith Grocery I
THE BUSY STORE
Twentysixth and Washington
Both PhonesBell 91 Ind 1163
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REFUNDED
If yon know anyone who ought
to be cured of the Drink Habit
suggest to them to try the OR
TUNE treatment Youll be doing
them a good turn and they will
some day thank you for having
suggested it to them You can rec
ommend ORRINE to them with
full confidence It has been suc
cessfully used by thousands and is
highly recommended by those who
have used it
Can Be Given Secretly
ORRINE COSTS ONLY S1 A BOX
Guarantee In Each Box
Write for Free ORRINE Booklet
mailed In plain sealed envelope
to ORRIXB CO 991 ORRINE
Building Washington D C OR
fINE is sold by leading druggists
everywhere
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I Special Agents
I BADCONS PHARMACY
I
I are In a quandry to relieve Anthony
Nato Nato was run over by a buggy
and the end of a broken rib punctured
one lung so that every breath he takes
a little air enters the body from the
Injured lung With every breath of air
he Is swelling larger arid larger being
puffed up with air The surgeons will
attempt a delicate operation
SAMUEL SALANT RABBI
OF JERUSALEM IS DEAD
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New York Aug JiA cable mes
I sage received hero announces tho
death In Jerusalem of Samuel Snlant
rabbi of Jerusalem
I Samuel Salant was chief rabid of
the Ashkcnazlc congregation He was
born on January 2 1S1G at Blalystok
Russia Ho married the daughter of
i Sundl of Salant and assumed the
name Salant
I At an early ago his lungs become
I affected and ho was advised to seek a
warm climate This Induced him In
1S40 to go with his wife and his son
Benjamin Bclnleh to Jerusalem Sal
ant was an eminent Talmudist
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H i JO 1 FO SYLVAN PARK
The Only Place on Earth for a Good Dance
DADDY GAYMON Manager
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