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Charles Cafeteria now open 131
25th street
It you cant come telephone for B
f G Butter
Were in Soda Springs A G Fell
and Herman Kuchler the local sheop
men arrived from Soda Springs Ida
ho last night where they have been
looking after their respective sheep
r COAL Call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Ladles puro gum Rubber Gloves at
Carrs drug store 60c per pair
The TrinityTho Logical and Evo
lutionary Conception of tho Trinity as
a Divine Fnct IE tho theme upon
which Rev Carver will speak Sunday
evening An attempt will be made to
not only make this difficult truth ap
pear most reasonable but most help
ful In character formation as well
Special musical numbers will bo given
Dont bother cooking Sunday Try
our chicken dinner Charles Cafeteria
For rent furnished 5S2 25th Ap
I ply room 203 1st Nat Bank bldg
j Guccta of Hulaniskl FamllyH C
od of the Wood Livestock com
I pany of Spencer Idaho accompanied
by Mrs Wood nnd children have arrived
hoC Mrs Woods parents Capt and Mrs
E T Hulaniskl on Jefferson avenue
> Tho ladies of the Episcopal church
will hold a sale of cooked food cakes
pies bread lolls etc at 2 oclock p
j m at Carvers grocery store Satur
I day Oct 9
Ladles pure gum Rubber Gloves at
I Carrs drug store 50c per pair
I Broken Leg Mending The many
i friends of John Gibbs of Five Points
will bo pleased to learn that the
i young man is slowly recovering from
1 tho injuries he received last Wednes
i day afternoon in falling from the roof
i ofa barn The attending physicians
state that the fractured right leg will
mend rapidly
Consumers Coal Co All kinds of
good coal Agents for Grass Creek the
best 4 coal on the market A A
Shaw Mgr Both phones IIS
Meals at any price Charles Cafe
Buy New Theater Jamea S Ellis
i of the Joie theater here and his
father have recently purchased tho
f Globo theater at Brigham and are
non preparing for the opening which
I will be next Monday night The gen
tlemcn anticipate making the Globe
i one of the modern moving picture
shows of tho Western country The
theater was formerly managed by the
I Stark brothers of Brigham
Sunny Brook Anthracite coal Is tho
best Lewis has It Phones 149
Few good men can got winter em
ployment at the Sugar Factory by ap
plying to the Superintendent at tho
Malad Prosperous James F Dunn
of the Ogden Shirt Overall com
pany returned from Malad and other
Idaho points yesterday whero ho
k had been for a number of days He
states that the Malad and Preston
sections of the Gem state have
J reaped rich harvests this season and
1 that good prices for all farm pro
di ducts havo prevailed
s I Largest variety best food Charles
t Brick warehouse for sale Purchas
I er to remove material from the ground
Apply John Scowcroft Sons Co
k q President HerrickPresident John
4 M L Herrick of the Colorado mission of
tom T the Lattorday Saints and his wife
have returned to Ogden for a few
+ days They attended the quarterly
conference just closed In Salt Lake
t r t and are stopping off in Ogden to meet
+ with relatives and friends before re
turning to Denver
Buy your Approved garments at
1h Utah Knitting Co They make
them Sale now on 302 25th St
2001 POUNDS In each ton Have
you thought about Anthracite You
a fl should and order at once Shurtliff
Co Phones 18
From Salt Lake Mesdames Jeane
and Anna Salmon of Salt Lake are
i visiting their sister Mrs Charles J
Ross for a number of days
Coal call up Parker Co for
t rates on lump nut and slack
Dental office Is now on tho third floor
First National Bank Bldg
l Sugar Factory Manager Joseph
Qulnnoy of Logan general manager
of tho Logan and Lewiston sugar fac
tories is In the city conferring with
the homo officers of the Amalgumat
od Sugar company He reports sugar
making at the two factories under his
management as moving along splend
idly The beet crop is reasonably
good In that section and the sacchar
ine quality of tho beets Is of a fairly
high percentage
COALRock Springs Castle Gate
and Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
153 West 2 7th St Phones 1074
Andrew Lien on Sad Mission All
drew 1 Lien and
his daughter ar
Daily ArrivaU
of New Fall
1 Goods
The dainty hand embroidered
linen waists at 350 and 9400
The strictly tailored waists In
pure linen at 200 225 and
I The mannish ohlrts In dainty
stripes and checks at 125 150
and 175
New Tailor Suits In the latest
materials Homespuns Hop
Backings Serge and Broad
r THE H Ill WYKES co
I 2335 Washington Ave
rived from Long Beach Cal this
morning on the sad mission of shar I
ing the bereavement of Mrs A P
Lion In the loes of her husband and
the brother of Mr Lien Mr Lien It
much grieved over the sudden death of
his brother whom ho had not seen for
a number of yearn It will bo rem
embered that A F Lien chopped dead
In tho Union Depot Thursdax morn
ing from an attack of heart fail
ure He and his wife wero on tholr
way to Long Beach to visit the
brother Mr Lien and his daughter
will accompany Mrs Lien back to
Mason city Iowa with the body They
will leave Ogden this afternoon or
early tomorrow morning
Kcmmcrer Coal guaranteed tIll host
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ind
140 Bell 499K
Held for TrlalOre of the colored
men arrested night before last on the
charge of stealing a revolver from the I
secondhand store of F T Alvord was
I brought Into court this morning aud
when he answered to the name of Sam
Henry It was discovered that the ono
who ran away from the station whili
being booked must have been Rus
sell Jones Henry pleaded not guilty
to tho charge and was placed under a
X50 bond pending trial Not having
money or bondsmen Henry was re
manded to jail
He ForgotLast night Thomas Gib
bons tied a horso to tho curb and Im
mediately became to busy that he left
the animal there all night This morn I
ing he left 5 with the desk sergeant
as a fine Gibbons thinks ho will not
again forget
Anthracite Coal Fill your bin be
fore cold weather Phone 27 John Farr
Returns From HarlemJob Plugrec
general Hold manager for the Amal
gamated Sugar company has returned
from Harlem Montana where he has
been attending to tho arrangements for
the building of the new sugar factory
The work on the foundation of the fac
tor has not yel begun but the sur
veys are made and as soon as the or
der to build Is given there will bo
much activity
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Privato calla
a specialty Aleo prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
On a Trip to the Forests Chief For
ester Cljdc Leavllt and Forester H E
Fenn of the grazing department of the
forest service left Ogdeu last evening
for a two weeks visit in the state of
Idaho From Ogden they will po to
St Anthony and from there they will
visit other forest headquarters in that
state The object of the visit is to
meet the supervisors of the arious
forests and confer with them
Paving Again Postponed The Mor
an forces were prevented from begin
ning the laying of asphalt this morn
ing because of delay in transit of parts
of some of the machinery that mixes
the asphalt It Is stated by the fore
man that by tomorrow morning the
placing of asphalt on Wall avenue be
tween Twentyfourth and Twenty
third streets will begin with a vigor
Insane Soldiers Twentynine in
sane soldiers In charge of a squad of
privates passed through Ogden thIs
morning en route from the Philippines
to the National hospital at Washing
ton The men occupied a special car
and were fed on the car by Manager
P J Murphy of tho Pacific hotel anti
assistants In many cases some of
the demented soldiers were maniacs
and had to be chained to their seat
For the most part they were compara
tively young men of line physique
Inspected Now CafcF E Lewis
superintendent of dining cars and ho
tels of the Harriman system Inspect
ed the uew cafe and lunch counter in
the depot building at Salt Lake today
New Book StoreThe Spargo Book
store has completed the addition to
the Washington avenue store and Is
movIng the stock into tho same With
tho new addition the company now has
a store room 150 feet In length which
is the longest book store in the slate
Reed Hotel Manager L E How
ard formerly of the Transient House
of Chicago has arrived in Ogden to
accept the position of general man
ager of the Reed hotel He Is a man
or unlimited experience In hotel bus
iness having managed some of tho
foremost hotels in eastern and south
ern cities
Departed for Tlntlc Brig Robin
son Jr returned to the Tlntlc mining
district today after visiting his father
in Ogden for several days I
Formerly of OgdenCarl Suntz for
merly bellboy at the Reed hotel in
thla city but now with the Antlers
hotel at Colorado Springs Is visiting
friends in Ogden I
Died of Old Age Richard Watkins
aged Si years died at 6 p m Fri
day of gencral debility He leaves I
a wife Funeral nt 130 p m Sun I
day from Larkin Sons chapel I i
Marriage License A marriage li
cense has been issued to Raymond
Cain Evans and Maud T Williamson
both of Evanston Wyoming
Suit for Divorce Joe A Jonsen
has brought suit for a divorce In
tho district court against E L Jen
sen upon the grounds of nonsup
port The couple fore married In
Ogden June 5 1907
The citizens of Ogden should see
the beautiful and touching drama
Man and the Law This drama
deals with everyday life and Is realis
tic in the extreme and Is certainly
deserving of a good patronage Other
features arc Carried Off by an
Eagle A Terrible RemorscV tho
sidesplitting comedy Tho Tramp
and Mattress Maker and Suffra
gette Wants a Husband The man
agement most cordially Invites the
police of the city to see the drama
Man and the Law At tho Joie
Friday and Saturday only Got the
Jolc habit
Supt Whitney and Mr Seager of tho
Union Pacific Railway visited tho
Smithsonian Business College this
week and arranged for the Installa
tion of a Dept of Telegraphy and rail
road office training In the school
Prof Smith was assured that every
young man who completed a course
would bo placed in a position where ho
could climb up rapidly if there was
anything in him
Young intii desiring to take the
course should report to Prof Smith at
once Evening classes
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Great Fight Before the Interstate Commerce Commission VIii Take
Place in Ogden on October 28th This Month Shall Railroads
Build Up Salt Lake at the Expense cf Ogden Weber
CluiD Foots Ai the Bills for the Big Battle of t
a Square Deal for Ogden + I
For the last few days we have re
peatedly been asked as to tho object
of the meeting of the Interstate Com
merce commission which the dis
patches have announced will take
place in Ogden Wo are surprised
that BO many people do not under
stand why the Interstate Commerce
commission Is to moot In Ogden The
matter has been dwelt on t > o much
that every man woman and child t
in Ogden should know that the In
terstate Commerce commission will
meet In Ogden on October 2Sth to
hear the case of the Intermountain
Fair association and the Weber club
against the Union Pacific Southern
Pacific and Oregon Short Line rail
roads for giving to Salt Lake City
passenger rates that are denied to
O den
It will be remembered that the
management of tho FourState fair
asked the railroad companies to grant
to Ogden City once each year for its
FourStale fair a single price for the
round trip from all points In the In
termountain country which ruLe in
granted by pie railroads to Salt Luke
City several tiroes each year The
Tntcruioiintaln Fair association with
Its officers asked the Weber club to
take up this fight as the question
of petting the rates was not only of
great importance to the Fair associa
tion but of still greater importance
to the business men of Ogden who
were represented by the Weber club
Judge A R Heywood president of
the Weber club told William Gins
mann president of the Fair associa
tion that if the Fair association In
fvnl iJiith would onter the light to got
the rates and promise that there
would bo no laying down of the mat
ter until the rates wore secured that
the Weber club would back the Fair
association will all the power It pos
sessed The Fair association and
Judge Hoy wood agreed to stand to
gether and never quit until justice
was done to Ogden
Already a great deal of money has
been spent to get these rates for Og
den Many trips to Salt Lake were
made The question was taken from
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is going to he I just right if
you can make it so Do you
know nothing adds so muoh
to the appearance of a building
ns hpautjful hardware You
must have hardware of some
kind The bountiful kind Snr
gent s Artistic Hardware in
oreases the altrnctivenpss of
the homo without grout cost
The difference in cost between
poor hardware and Sargents
Ijosl is but trifling
To Insure getting the Easy Spring
sco that Sargent Co
Is cast on the case of the Lock
2455 Washington Ave
If Its Here Its Good
one authority Ianoilier Judge Hey
wood representing the Weber club
and the Fair association visited Chi
cago and argued the appeal from the
Utah railroad ofllclals beforo Julius I
Kruttschnltt director of maintenance
I of the Harriman lines and Trafllc Man
ager L C Stubbs When he was
turned down there he visited New
York and appeared before the Harri
i man officials and Mr Harriman him
I self and when turned down there
Judge Heywood went to Washington
laid the case beforo the Interstate
Commerce commission and there
granted permission to file a suit
I against the three railroads When
Judge heywood returned to Ogden I
I Attorney Hyrum II Henderson was
employed to assist Judge eywood in
II handling the legal side of the ques
Mr Glasmann said this morning
that he wouUHiover manage another
fair but he was in this rato question 1
to stay that the getting of rates
from the Intermountain country for
our fair was of more importance to
he people of Ogden than any other
question now remaining unsettled Ho
said that the great majority of tho
people living outside of Ogden within
a radius of five hundred miles buy
their supplies once or twice each year
and that they take advantage of tho
low rates and as in the past Salt
Lake had been the only city in the
whole intermountain country that
could get the cheap railroad rates
naturally Salt Lake got nearly all this
trade for which Ogdon had a right to
I compete and to which Ogden is en
Ogden people have just as much
right as Salt Lake to a cheap railroad
rate and the fact that Salt Lake has
had these rates for thirty years and
has built up a large city Is no reason
why this discrimination against Og
den should go on forever
Mr Glasmann also said that tho
Fair association has run behind In Its
finances and that It Is unable to
moot the expenses of the coming suit
and that the whole of the expense
must rest upon the Weber club There
is no reason why the Weber club
should bear the ti hole expense of the
suit The business men who do not
belong to the W ber club should con
tribute towards such things either by
becoming members of the Weber club
and paying their monthly due or by
sending a check to the secretary
Dr Rowe who has given so much
time in the pant year to help make
the Four State fair a success humor
ously said Even If we do get licked
this time the fact that tho Interstate
Commerce commission is to sit in Og
den and hear this case and that tho
dispatches every morning will carry
the testimony talten will be a mighty
good advertisement for Ogden ho
cause all tho papers throughout tho
country would announce each day thnt
Ogden Utah was a town large enough
and of sufficient Importance to have
a rate case before the Interstate
Commerce commislon and when the
next case was presented Ogden will
not be an entire stranger to the peo
ple of the United States
Judge Hoy wood said yesterday
Wo have Justice on our side and we
ought to win
Hynim Henderson the attorney
said that the Interstate commerce law
provides that railroads may give
preachers priests and ministers of
the gospel a cheap rate and that un
less the railroad company claims that
nil the people who go to Salt Lake on
the reduced rates are preachers of tho
gospel we ought to win our case
I Of course each of these side re
I marks are Intended only as good hu
mor but the railway company will
t have from three to a dozen of their
ablejlt lawyers of the United
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At the Orpheum Theatre afternon
of October 18 Mme Yale Will
Tell You Why i
There Are ReasonsIt Will Bene G
fit You to Know Them
with every purchase of 25c or more
at Wrights Drug Dept Those hav
ing tickets should exchange them II
at Wrights for reserved seats
WHe > > Wright Sons Co
I I 1 II 11 11 7
States there and against this
combination there will he Judge
A R Jloywood nnd Hyrum II
Henderson It wIll be readily soon
that Ogden Is handicapped to start
with If numbers in great attorneys
count for anything bofote the commis
Every Ogdenlte from tho foregoing
can gel an Idea of the work the We i
ber club has to do ItIs fighting al
ways lighting for Ogden and keeping
at it Tliat Is the way the Weber
club got the forestry service for Og
den We hope the club will win this I
rate case We hope every citizen in I
Ogden will back the Weber club In Its I
I efforts for Ogden City But It takes
money to make all these fights
I The costume party given under the
auspices of the Children of Mary in
K of C hall last Monday evening was
a decided success in every way Somo
of th costumes worn were very pretty
and original
I Miss Maginnis was quaint indeed in
I her colonial gown and powdered hair
Miss Kelly was very beautiful aa
Venus while Miss Leonards Priscilla
I Miss E 0Teil and Miss M Krauss
I as Chololatieres were unique and
I they dispensed delicious chocolate and
homemade candy to the delight of
I the sweettoother lads and lassies
Among others In costumes were the
Misses X Mayor and T Landgraf
school girls E Stale and E Healy
Spanish maidens A Powell Pocahon
tas M Cribs peasant M Morrlssey
I college girl R Keck Folly C Ragan
I Tipperary M OBrien and F Dar
mody pink dominoes L and R Me
KInnon fancy dresses R Ragan
Cheyenne I Platfoot colonial Mrs
LaFornlere Night E Dumas Hearts
B Calahan school girl A Wall sailor
I or girl H Powell colonial
I Space forbids mentioning all the
names and characters of those who
wero there Among the young non
present the writer noticed DI Dornn
who had thrown aside all cares ao a
M D for the limn being and was
busily engaged In the laundry busi
ness as a Chinaman Charles A Ma
guire also made a god Chinaman A
Maginnis ami S Fennel downs A
Fitzgerald and S Keough Buster
Browns T Maginnis and R Lauch
ran ghosts G Smyth Uncle Sam
I M Dell Turk F Maher cockney J
McDermott nnd F Fennell sailors G
Wall Base Ball J M Lnughlln and
W OBrien Spaniards E Eborling
Indian brave Shrlver and Lance
Irishmen wore all good in their re
spective parts Suffice It to say that
I with the sv ell music good floor and
I pretty dancers the merrymakers wore
loath to leave
I Those who worked so hard as a
I commltttee to make It the success it
was were Misses Daisy Maginnis
I Madge Leonard Bess ONeil Ella
ONell Mabel Krauss Edna Heal
Maud Hayes Tony Landgraf Nell
Maher Lo Vernot Fulton Florence
Coonoy Helen Powell Rose Bell and
Alice Wall
A number of he knights came kind
ly to the aid of toe young ladles by
doing the hcKvy work which was
much appreciated and the hanks of
tho committee are extended to all
who so willingly lent an helping baud
especially to Mr LaFranlore who
kept hot 1 hands busy taking In the
admianlon at the door which is so es
sential to success
The following real estate transfers
have boon recorder with County Re
corder Wallace
I William Lucas and wife to N J
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Harris lots 14 15 1C and the cast
half of lot 17 block 21 Nb Hill addi I
tion Consideration 178
James Owen and wife to Hans
Peterson part of the northwest quar
ter of section 21 township G north
range 1 west Consideration 500
All members their families and
friends are requested to attend the
meeting at Knights of Columbus hall I
over Reese Howells store on Tues
day Oct 12th 8 p m when tho su
preme president will speak
Fraternal Master
J E COOK Secretary
i6t 4 j
German Evangelical St Patilo At
Swedish Lutheran church on Twenty
third and Jefferson avenue Sunday
morning service at 11 oclock Every
one is cordially welcomed Sabbath
school at 9 oclock every Sunday
Choir practlco every Wednesday night
at S oclock P Ph Tester pastor
Phone No 30S4I
First Baptist Church Located on
Grant avenue between Twentythird
and Twentyfourth streets Rev H D
I I Zimmerman pastor Regular calen
dar of services for Sunday Oct 10
1909 will be as follows Sunday 1
school at 10 oclock Young anti old I
are invited to the session of the Bible
school Morning worship at 1115
with sermon by pastor Subject
Marred So Ho Made It Again Tho
B Y P U will meet at 630 Topic
How Can We Help Our Pastor
Leader Mrs W E Moore The even
Ing service will begin at 730 Sub
ject Is This a Christian Nation
Can we claim the right to such a po
sition Are we progressing or going
backward On Thursday evening at
730 regular church prayer and praise
service will bo hold Topic Tho
i True Spirit of Prayer References
Hec XI 6 Matt V 23 21 Ps LXVI
I IS On Wednesday afternoon Oct
13 at 230 the Ladies Mission Circle
will meet with Mrs D C Olmstead
2309 Adams avenue All ladles of the
church and congregation arc invited
to attend this meeting
i I
First Presbyterian ChurchJohn
I Edward Carver pastor Morning wor
ship at 11 The communion of the
j Lords Supper will be observed Sun I
day school at 1215 Young Peoples
j meeting at 630 Evening worship I
at 730 Theme The Logical and I
I Evolutionary Conception of the Trln
its as a Divine Fact This sermon I
I being a part of tho series upon the
Christian mysteries Midweek meet
I lag Wednesday at S Morning mimic
j Prelude Caro Ml Den Glocondl
Offertory Impromptu Schumann
Miss Biddle Evening music Pre
lude Consolation Bornholm Miss
Biddle Duet Jesus My Saviour
Heinan Miss Russell Miss Coureoy
Solo The Lord is My Shepherd Lid
delMrs C H Stevens Violin Of
fertory Llebe Helmab Gottschalk
Miss Hamil
1 Church of the Good Shepherd
Northeast corner of 24th and Grant
Ave Holy communion 730 a m Sun
day school 9 15 a m Morning prayer
and sermon 1100 Evening prayer
and sermon S00 p m All arc cor
dially welcome at these services Wm
I W Fleetwood rector
I First Methodist Episcopal Church
152 2Hh street Rey O W McCreery
pastor 10 a m Sunday school Mr
B E Newton superintendent Clnssos
for all 11 a m morning worship
sermon by Dr T Webster evang
elist Special music Soprano solo
Mrs F K Hess 300 p m meeting
of tho men of the church and congre
gation All men welcome G30 p m
Bpworth League leader Miss Zura
Hess Topic The Forgiven Unfor
given 730 p m gospel service HOT
mon by Dr T C Webater evangelist
There will be special music Selec
tions on pipe organ Miss Welch Ten
or solo The Bells ofYollr Con
science Mr J W Rumey Male quar
tette Tis the Dear Lord Calling
I Messrs Webster Ramoy Lymaji and
cat and all arc welcome
The regular pulpit editorial at the
Congres5Uloual church Sjujday even
I 11
inc will briefly comment on the re
ply of Provident Smith to B II Rob
erts Tennysons poem beginning I
built my soul a lordly pleasure house
will furnish the theme of the evening
sermon Miss Holhorg will sing
Braggs Hold Thou My Hand whip
Mr Whites solo will bo Laures Way
of the Cross The choir plan to slug
Barnbys Spirit of God The service
begins at 730 p m
Will Pay County Warrants
Ogden Utah October 9 1909
Notice Is hereby given that thE un
designed Treasurer of Ogden City
I will at his office on and after this
date pay city warrant bearing reg
istry numbers from 2301 to 3Gon both
I inclusive
And further that all such warrants
not presented to me for payment on
or before October 19 1909 will cease
I to draw Interest thereafter
City Treasurer
Elder John L Herrick president of
the Colorado Mission will be tho
speaker at the Tabernacle Sunday
The following musical program will
be given
lOrgan solo selected Sam S
Whitakor V j
Selection Tabernacle choir
Selection Tabernacle choir
40rcgon solo selected Sam S
I 5Chorus Tabernacle choir I
For L D S Conference and Utah
State Fair 100 for round trip on
sale Oct 2nd to 9th Inclusive return
limit OcL 12th Special tram Iron
Ogden Oct 3rd 1th 6th 6th aud 7th
leaving at 750 a m arrive Salt Lake
925 a m Special Theater trains re
turn from Salt Lake Oct 2nd Jnl 1th
5th and 6th at 1130 p m Ask our
agents Twelve daily trains In addi
tion to special trains on day men
New York Oct fIThe Key Harvey
Greame Furbay who was unfrocked
by tho Presbytery of Pennsylvania j
few years ago because of Intemperate
habits has been called to become
pastor of the First Union Presbj
crian church which has an exclusive
congregation in this city Mr Fur
I bay after being unfrocked separated
from his family and became what ho
himself termed a homeless and dissi
I pated tramp He was reconverted
In this city and for a long time labor
I cd as a voluntary missionary In tho
j slums His good work attracted at
tention and last spring he was reor
dained by the presbytery of New
C1 A Lindqulst undertaking par
I hors removed from Bennett block to
sold stand 2C20 Washington which has
been enlarged and Improved making
1 It a thorough modern and uptodato
establishment with fine morgues
chapels show room etc
Harrisburg IlL Oct 9John W
Noll sentenced from Saline county in
the penitentiary ton years ago to
serve 25 years for killing Cecil Will
ford but who was pardoned last week
was remarried here yesterday to lib
former wife who had obtained a dl
vorce after his conviction and mar
ried Augustus Gaylord Gaylord dleJ
two years ago
Conference and State Fair
S 110 round trip Ogden to Salt Lake
City dally Oct 2nd to 9th Good to
return until Oct 121L Ten firstclass
trains to and from tho Capital dally
Sec time card this paper
Advertisers must nave their copy for
the Evening Standard tho evening be
foro the day on which tho advertise
ment Is to appear In order to insuro
FOR RENT Modern housekeeping
rooms 227 27th 10 9 lwk

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