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STANDARD OGDEN MONDAY DECEMBER 1000
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While extending the Compliments of the Season to our
host of friends we announce also our readiness for the
Holiday trade Weve the best things to wear for men boys
and little men the country produces
Our prices are the lowest it is possible to name and no
pains will be spared to render each patron the best of service
FRED M NYE CO
The ClotKiers
2413 Washingfbon Avenue
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I GIFTS THAT ARE
U USEFUL AT I
I HOLIDAY PRICES
Tailored Shirt Waists of pure
linen 250 values 195
Scarfs for tho head dainty
Satin striped Scarf 360 val
ues for 250
Silk waists In black and colors
600 values for 400
Fur neck scarfs 300 val
ues 9195
Chlldrcns Fur sets Special
150 250 and 375
Holiday prices on nil Furs
Jo
THE M H WYKES CO
2335 Washington Ave
RANDOM
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REFERENCfS
The best show of the season at the
Orphftum and the beet seats only 50c
ANTEDAt once experienced
bookkeeper Address A X care the
Standard
Fourth Ward Bazaar Tho people of
Fourth ward will hold a Bazaar In the
Orpheum building first door south of
theater entrance on Washington ave I
nue commencing Thursday next Dcc I
16th anti will continue until Saturday
night All kinds of fancy work Quilts
blankets toys confectionery and ar
ticles suitable for Christmas presents
will bo on exhibit Lunches and
o Eters will be served Tho public arc
Invited to visit the Bazaar The ob
ject is a worthy one it being to as
sist the ward In paying Its portloa I
assessed against them for the crec
lion of the Sixth ward meeting house
Do you want to laugh If you do
see Martlnette and Sylvester at the
Orpheum Reduced prices
The fuel without a fault Is Lewis
good coal Phones 140
Judge Howell In Logan Judge J
A Howell with Court Stenographer
Miss Bra C Erb arc at Logan hear
ing a case for Judge W W Maughan
who is disqualified in tho action
Before buying your dishes droo in
at E A OLSENS Examine our
stock and compare our prices We are
closing out
Horses Must Be Blanketed A good
move on the part of the police pf
flcera of the city is to compel
pie to blanket horses left pee
any considerable standing
length of time
on the I
rl
Oracle lsisG lobe
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM
TODAY
Some of tbo excellent feature
pie
lures well have arc
The Atlanta Auto Raccs at At
Iultn Ga In November when the
Worlds records wore broken t
The Geisha Who Saved JaPan
Ills Ig
the life n of H Coring Incidents in
Prince Ito
of Japan who
< Sp aQ5lSsInnted a few weeks ago
The Evil Philtre a beautiful col
oed picturo
of the
14th
century when
WiChes nnd wizards
werr thoroughly
believed In
Pale Faco s WooIng a tale ot the
Wfst another of Kalems excellent
feature pictures
The
Fishcrmaus Bride a story
It U the life Vhe sturdy fisherman
living around Astoria Ore
The Heart ot a Clown Keeper of
the I
Light Two Women nnd a Man
and plent of comic to make you feel
good
Good music pretty songs and warm
Comfortable houses
Spend qPleacant Hour With Us
streets or exposed to cold sad rain
01 snow anywhere In the city This
failure to cover or shelter stock Is
conpdered within the provisions of
Utf > law against cruelty to animals
I and Special Officer Reast Is partic
it ularly active in regard to these mat
ins People who use horses had bet
ter lake warning
A treat for the children Ballerinls
dogs at the Orpheum
EZMoney Kelly Money to loan on
any good real estate Geo J Kelly
BornTo the wife of A W Walk
er a tenpound boy Mother and son
doing wclllrs Walker is the daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs lIlT Spencer
Ernest Is now an uncle and the
boys arc congratulating him
Are you looking for a good show
then dont miss the Orpheum this
week
Forester Married Franklin Reed
asslslaiitassistant forester of the Og
den forest service district led Miss
Martha Sanderlin of Bolon Mass to
the altar In Washington D C last
f
week It was among the noted wed
dings of the capital city for the week
and was attended b ya number of peo
ple of note The ceremony was nor
formed In the home of the brides
mother by the Reverend Samuel H
Greene pastor of Calvary Baptist
church 1
Wo satisfy our customers with 13
G Butter
Get the Orpheum habit
From Sparks Assistant Supcrln
tondcnt Harry L Bell of Sparks came
In from the West this morning to at
fnd a conference of Superintendent
Mausons staff Ho says he is pleas
antly located In his new position at
western headquarters of the division
Buy your Christmns Chinaware at
15 A OLSENS lies closing at an
enormous reduction
13 A OLSEN Is closing out his en
tire line of beautiful glass and China
ware at bedrock prices Come early
and take your pick I
Death of RobL Dlnsdalc Emma J
Wilson has received a telegram noil
tying her of the death of her undo
I
Robert Dlnsdalo which occurred at
Elkhorn Nebraska last Saturday
The uncle was is years of age and for
mcrly lived In Utah
Special MeetingThe Ogden Wool
Growers Assn arc requested to meet
at the Commercial National Bank
Saturday Dec llth at 2 p m on
very important business Hyruiu Me
Farland Secretary
FREEWith each 3dolIar purchase
1 childs plain street hat and 12 sale
price on my entire stock of trimmed
hats fancy feathers wings etc X L
Spurgeon Millinery 2372 Wash Ave
Death of a ChildGeorge Eugene
Dlnsdale son of George and Nancy
Coffin Dlnsdale aged 6 years and sev
en months died at 215 this morn
ing at the family residence lOtS Park
avenue of leakage of the heart He
was born In Ogden May 13 1903
Time and place of funeral will be an
nounced later
Best values and lowest prices ever
offered In Ogden are at the Princess
Millinery Co 2374 Wash Ave
FREEWith each 3dollar purchase
1 childs plain street hat and 12 salo
price on my entire stock of trimmed
hats fancy feathers wings etc N L
Spurgeon Millinery 2372 Wash Ave
Gymnasium Steps are being taken
by a number of young men toward
the establishing of a gymnasium Jn
Ogddn The movement has advanced
so fnr that committees are now en
gaged in looking for suitable head
quarters and pro pective members
This will be followed by the organ
ization and Incorporation of the asso
ciation It is stated that until a
permanent home Is found for the as
sociation the gymnasium will prob
ably be fitted up in the gymnasium of
the Wober academy It is tho pur
pose of the promotem among whom
arc members of the Young Menj Mu
tual Improvement association lo 01
Sanlze a gymnasium which will be
permanent
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed the bes
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Inl1
BO Bell 499K
ANTEDAt once experienced
bookkeeper Address A X care the
Standard
New Dining Car ServiceOgden is
HWii the turning Point or terminal
JJiu all lining cars on three railroads
The Dining cars of the Union < and
Southern Pacific Overland limited
tmills arc turned at Ogden and
start back
on the other limited trains
This only applied to passenger trains
other than the limited In the past
but under the new order It applies
to all trains One change that Is noted
in the operation of the limited dlnciU
on the Union Pacific under Superin
tendent howls and on tho Southern
Pacific Under Superintendent Lrhu
a j hart Is that on the Union Pacific all
r cars carry white chefs and whlto
hpadwnltors directed by white con
ductors the remainder of the crew
being colored men on the Southern
Pacific road the limited trains be
twen Igden nnd Oakland as well as
those on the Pacific system carry a
complete colored crow under the
charge of a white man as conductor
Storeroom for rent 419 Twcnty
third street Inquire 2254 Washing
ton avenue 121tf
EASY PAYMENT Royal Type
writers sold on easy monthly pay
ments L H Becraft corner Grant
and Twentyfourth streets
Neat PostersOne of the neatest
pouters issued by the Oregon Short
Line Railroad company In a number
of monlhi IB that which Is no being
I placed in circulation anounclng holi
day rates The background of the
I poster is In green On the top Is a
picture in beautiful colors showing
the young man and young lady wait
Ing for the train with a large number
og bundles underneath which aro the
words Surprise for tho folks Be
low this picture Is a large ChristnuM
tree In a bix while on the face of the
tree is the advertisement of the road
The poster Is a piece of printers art
Nearly new piano for rent or for
sale cheap 0 J Stllwell Bell
102SV Ind 67
REPAIRING We repair all makes of
typewriters Get our estimates on your
typewriter before having it repaired
L H Becraft corner Grant and Twen
tyfourth streets
Trains Are Late Through eastern
Wyoming and Nebraska the storm
king has reigned with undisputed sov
ereignty and passenger trains arc
from two or three hours to ten and
twelve hours late The trouble has
been largely cast of Rawlins where
the snow Is badly drifted and pretty
well packed In many of the cuts
Snow plows and shovclers are out in
force and every effort possible Is be
ing made to keep traffic moving The
westbound Overland Limited arrived
three hours Into this afternoon the
fast majl duo from the east at 105
p m Is reported ten hours late and
will probably not arrive until mid
night passenger train No3 due at
515 a m will arrive this evening
somo time and the Los Angeles lim
ited duo at C35 p m Is reported
seven hours late
BEST GIFTS are photos of yourself
Wo make sittings and finish pictures
regardless of weather conditions The
Trlpp Electric Light Studio
I have that good coal Astel Farr
Coal Co 16C 2ith
Improving a Home Joseph Fack
ler has been granted a permit to make
improvements on a residence on Lin
coln avenue between Twentyninth
and Thirtieth streets Mr Fackler
will spend 1400
For RentTypewriters from 2 to
4 per month Good ones too Call
In and see tehm L H Becraft cor
ner Grant and Twentyfourth street
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
room consult John Sccwcroft Sons
Company
For An Ice BIIIThc Ogden City
Ico Company has commenced suit
In the Municipal court against the
firm of Deru Lattlngi to recover
53440 alleged to be due on an ac >
count
SUPPLIES for YOUR typewriters
can be had at L H Becrafts place
corner Grant and Twentyfourth
street
Recovering Yesterday Mrs W L
SqhmJdt was able to leave the hos
pital and go to her home after hav
ing been In the hospital for ten days
She Is much Improved and her immed
iate recover Is certain She passed
through a surgical operation at the
hospital ten days ngo for Internal trou
ble
PEACOCKThe best Rock Springs
on the market Phone 27 John
Farr tf
STAR BRAND Webster Typewriter
Ribbons at 75 cents Get a coupon
book of L H Becraft corner Grant
and Twentyfourth streets
I
Entertained Thursday NightMr
and Mrs Frank Wright assisted by I
Mr and Mrs C E Fisher entertain
ed the employes of the Wright Cloth
Ing store Thursday night A delic I
ious luncheon was served and the I
evening otherwise spent In social rec
reation
Gillette Coal Co 153 West 2tth
Both phones 107
Did Plumbing Without License
Henry Loowensteln pleaded guilty to
the charge of doing plumbing work
on a building on Jefferson avenue
without first procuring a license from
the city He said he was not thor
oughly conversant with the law and
that he was under the Impression that
other plumbers were doing the same
J ms
HIS XMAS
GIFT
should be something in the ap
parel line something that will
give him thorough satisfaction
and cause lasting appreciation
Such a gift as this you can se
lect from our splendid assort
ments of mens furnishings such
as neckwear hosiery collars
gloves cuff links shirts hand
kerchiefs etc
You will buy well if you buy
helcfor were well stocked to
treatyou well Holiday prices
DONT prevail HERE
WatsonTanner
I Clothing Co
376 TwentyFourth Street
PLAIN CITY PEOPLE
DENOUNCE EXAMINER I
Send Word That They Are Satisfied With the Plain City Railway I
S jsficd With the Price Satisfied With All Conditions to
DateReal Committee Instructed to Correct the Mis
U representations of the Muckrakers
I
t
r Lymau Skcen chairman of the rail
I way committee of Plain City called at
I the Standard office Saturday evening
and staled that on behalf of tho com
mittee and on behalf of the people of
Plain City he desired this paper to
I announce that the people of Plain
City have no complaint to make
against the railroad running from
Five Points to Plain City that had
they any complaints to make they
would make them to the management
of the railway company first and
only after being refused a hearing
would they rush Into a newspaper
controversy Mr Skeen further stat
ed that the contract which the people
of Plain City had with the railroad
company was entirely satisfactory
and that the railway company was
living up to Its agreement that the
people are entirely satisfied with con
ditions up to date
r
thing The court explained to Mr
Loewensteln that the lowest fine that
could be imposed was 10 and that
in the circumstances the fine would
be assessed at the minimum It was
also suggested to the defendant that
he might find redress at the hands of
the mayor by way of a pardon Mr
Loewenstein paid his fine and then
visited the mayor
County Commissioners Tho com
missioners of Weber county met In
regular session at the court houso
this morning and a full board was
present No new matters were taken
up and tho board devoted tho morning
hours to the consideration of routine
business
Improving in Health W R Day
the Insane man who has been cared
for by Sheriff Wilson at the county
jail since Tuesday last is improving
under modlcal treatment and will
soon be in normal condition again
Storm is GeneralThe present
snowstorm hels been pretty general
during the past twentyfour hours
over the territory cohered by the dif
ferent railroads centering at Ogden
North through Idaho and south as far
as Soldiers Summit the snow has
been drifting since morning and pas
senger trains from these directions
are delayed to a limited extent
While considerable snow has fallen
weUt of Ogden trains an the South
era Pacific art running nearly on time
and litlc trouble is apprehended
I
Visiting His SisterA Jones of
Wyoming Is spending a few days
in Ogden visiting his sister Mrs C
H Gosling
To Make Their Home HereMrs
George Hughes has returnee to Ug
den and will make her home with Mr
and Mrs C II Gosling for the win
tor She is accompanied by her chil
dren
SHEEP FOR
THE OGDEN
EXUIBrr
UTAH MEN RETURN FROM CHI
CAGO WITH REPORTS I
State That There Will be a Large Dol
gatlon From the East to Wool
Growers Convention
State Senator John II Scelcy and
President W D Candland of the state
land board of ML Pleasant are hi the
city making arrangements for the ex
hibition of some of their pure bred
sheop at the time of tho MidWin
ter Sheep Show to be given here at
the time of the National Wool Grow
ers convention next month
The gentlemen have Just returned
from the International Livestock Show
In Chicago where they have been for
a number of weeks past While at
the show they purchased some very
fine shoep which they will exhibit
here Mr Secley purchased a regis
tered Rambouilett buck that cost 505
and an ewe of the same breed that
cost him 200 The two gentlemen
purchased first and second choice of
lambs from the University of Illinois
at a cost of over 200 per head These
sheep with other blooded ones nom
the homo herds of the two gentlemen
will be on exhibition at the Ogdon
ill Ott
Mr Candland says that Mr Sceloy
owns the largest flock of registered
Rambouilett sheop in tho world
The gentlemen state that represen
tatives of the largest prize winners at
national and international fairs or the
world will at tend the Ogden sheep
exhibit and that there Is no question I
but that the finest show ever known
In the United States will be given
There were from 500 to 000 head of
sheep on exhibition at the Chicago
show of recent dale but there are
already registered for the Ogden show
nearly 900 sheep
There will be a large roprcsenta
lion of sheep dealers and owners from
Chicago in Ojcden during the wool
growers convention
HEAVY SNOW STORM
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
It is said by the oldtimers that the I
heaviest snowltorm In many years
at this season of the year is now in
progress In Ogden and nearby vicin
ity H Is estimated that within tho
lasa three days snow hai fallen fully
18 India deep In Ogden and that
from 12 to 11 Inches has remained
upon the ground Snow fell most all
night and there has been no cessa
tion during the day The temperature
however has been high
Reports from the upper valley are
to the effect that snow has been rail
Ing quite heavily there for the last
two or three days and that fully IS
Inches ht now upon the ground In
s
Mr Skeet further stated that the
price the railway company charged
for beets per ton from Plain City to
the Short Line Railway company at
Harrlsvlle Is 25 cents of which 15
cents per ton was collected by the
Plain City line to be paid to the com
mltlco who did the grading and that
the Ogden Rapid Transit company
received only 10 cents per ton for
hauling the beets from Plain City to
the Harrlsvllle Junction of the Short
I Line which Is tho same price the
people of North Ogden pays
The foregoing proves tho unreliabil
ity of the Morning Examiner That
paper deliberately misrepresented the
Plain City people as no committee
representing the Plain City people
called to make a complaint Tho peo
I ple of Plain City almost to a man
denounce the Examiner people as mis
I chief makers lacking In honesty of
statement and purpose
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I the higher altitudes there has been a
heavy fall of snow and It is still som
ing down
The Rapid Transit people have done
excellent work succeeding In keep
ing their tracks clear Traffic has not
been retarded by virtue of the heavy
storm The electric brush wni run
over all the lines of the city Sunday
and this morning and even the Can
on road has been kept open Some
difficulty was encountered this morn
ing in keeping tho Plain City road
open because of the prevailing winds
that piled the snow In drifts along
I the track
The temperature Is so high that the
I Ice dcalen are wearing rather long
faces They say that It is not Ice
I making weather and that so far but
lltle ico has hen formed on any of
the ponds The excessive fall of
snow too is an Impediment to the
I formation of good ice on the ponds
It mixes with the ice in such way as
to cause the Ice to be porous The
Ice already formed Is not thick
enough to permit putting a team and
scrapper upon it to remove the snow
On Saturday the Smith pond had to
be cleared of Its Ice because of the
mixture of snow and dirt The Ice
was broken into small leces and car
ried away by the strong current of
water The ice on this pond was
only about a ninch and a half thick
when it was released
Gus right Buys a
Sample line of Toys
I
A Sale Will Be Inaugurated to Sell
Them All Tomorrow
The man who buys the toys for
Wrights Basement struck some right
luck today and says he will pass the
good fortune oil to the patrons of
The Basement
A big wholesale house having a sam
ple room of toys to dispose of offered
them to Wrights Store at a reduction
of twenty per cent from the whole
sale prices This enables them to
sell at the regular wholesale price
and sllll make a liberal profit
A sale is promised for lomorrow
also free story books will be given
to all who shop In the Basement be
fore 12 oclock
I
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Subscribers who do not receive their
paper by G30 p mJ phone us and our
special carrier will deliver as late as
730 p in 11 B ARNOLD
Circulator
CiiINESE ON
A SPECAl
TRAIN
NEW AMBASSADOR AND ATTEND
ANTS EASTBOUND
Train is Made up of the Finest Cars
on the Harriman
System
The recently appointed Chinese am
bassador to the United States and his
numerous suite arrived from the west
over the Southern PacifIc early this
afternoon on route to Washington
The special Is running as the first sec
tion of the Overland Limited and con
sists of two baggage cars a diner
three elegant standard Pullmans and
an elaborate observation carmaking
all together one of the handsomest
trains ever sent over the Harriman
system
The party comprises the ambassa
dor and several members of his fam
ily two private secretaries a repre
sentative of reigning Chinese royalty
a large number of lesser officials and
an extensive retinue of servants
The train remained at Ogden fort
minutes
RUMORS OF
R AiLROAD
CUANfiES
There is a welldefined rumor float
ing around about local railroad head
quarters that General Manager Ban
crofts present trip to New York has
to do with thf early sopropntfon rf I
the Oresou Short Line from the til
partite management of the three
mads comprising what is known a1
the great Harriman syNtem Inn theM
stories are frowned down upon by the
more prominent local railroad officials
and replying to queries from a Stand
ard reporter this morning Superin
tendent E C MariHon of the Salt Lake
division of the Southern Pacific said
Supt Manson Statement
There Is absolutely nothing In lhro I
newly resurrected stories of sogropi
tion which have been In circulation
repeatedly during tIme past two or I
three years and General Manager
Ijuncroft has probably been called
tfasi on matters connected with merger
and freight rate cases now being ad
judicated In the courts That Is all
tho foundation there Is tor the pres
ent sensational rumors and the
Standard can set the matter right with
the reading public by a plain state I
ment of the facts in the case
Unit System
We have had an important meet
ing today of tim more prominent op
orating officials of thccSalt lake di I
vision and matters connected with the
unit system now In full force on I
the division has been the theme of
I
discussion at the conference Offi
cials from different points betweei I
Ogden and Sparks have been in at I
tendance and will return to their re I
spective duties tonight and tomorrow i
Storm Has Not Caused Delay I
There are no changes of Import
ance to announce and matters are run I
ning smoothly all along the line West
The present storm has not delayed I
traffic to any appreciable extent and
passenger trains on the Southern are
arriving nearly on time The record
Is excellent In that respect and we
apprehended no trouble in the future I
because of snow or inclement weath
er
Reduced Prices and Good
Show Draws large Crowd
at the Orpheam
A good show at moderate prices
sums up the opening of this weeks
bill at the Orpheum last night and the
people of Ogden certainly showed
their appreciation of both In the well
Hlled house and the numerous cur
tain calls at each act Every act on
the bill this week Is a headliner In
Itself and worth of praise there Is
not a dull moment from the time the
orchestra plays the first excellent ov
erture to the drop of the curtain on
the klnodrotno pictures
From the looks of the advance sale
far tonigJit It looks as though Monday
night Is rapidly coming to the front
as society night at the Orpheum
TilE SERENADE
The scat sale for the Serenade
which plays at tIlt Orphoum Wednes
day evening December 15th Is as
suming large proportions It looks as
though the Salt Lakers will display
the S n 0 sign
Order your seats early
TESTINfi TOE
D RY
COWS
GOVERNMENT INSPECTORS ARE
SEARCHING FOR DISEASE
First Days Work Indicates That This
Section is Remarkably Free
From Tubcrculoslc in Cattle
Utah is the first state in the Union
to prosecute a campaign against the
spread of tuberculosis among cattle
Before the winter Is over a thorough
Inspection of all the catllcparticularly
stable fed cattle of the state will ho
made and every animal found to he
infected with tuberculosis will be de
stroyed It was only a few days ago
that twentjtwo milch cows of tho
thirty head used at the state peni
tentiary were cermated because they
wore found to be filled with germs of
tuberculosis
Dr S D Briinhall EtP Barnhart
and W T Huffman United States vet
erinary inspectors were dispatched to
Utah a short time ago at the Instance
and request of tho health officers of
the state to make a complete 7nspcc
lion of the cattle for the purpose of
eradicating tuberculosis The gen
tlemen came to Ogden the middle of
last week and began an inspection of
dairy cows north of Ogden The Idea
of the doctors IB to first inspect dairy
stock because If tuberculosis prevails
the great danger lies in Its prevalence
among the milk producers Fortythroe
head were Inspected one tubercular
and one suspect being discovered
The doctors state that this Is a re
markably low pcrcenUVFO compared
with tests made in the eastern coun
try It is a common thing in the east
to find from GO to SO per cent of the
dairy stock afflicted
The cattle here are in remarkably
fine condition and encouragingly free
from contagoous diseases Tuberculo
sis Is not far advanced In this section
of country according to the govern I
ment inspectors
Dr Drimhall has returned to Salt
Lake and the work of inspection Is In
the hands of Drs Barnhart and Huff
man who will operate In Weber coun
ty for the next thirty days They are
being assisted by the local health of
ficers The doctors say that from tho
fact that Utah has taken the Initia
ftew 0gde i Theatre
Will Allison Mgr
OPENS MONDAY DEC 13
With
John Corts Own Company In
COMMENCE C OftJi MIEN C IE ¬
MENT BAYS
With
FREDERICK V BOWERS
Seats on saw after 0 a m Friday
Dec 10 at Culloys Drug Store
NEXT ATTRACTION
Top of Tile
Worlld
THURSDAY DECEMER 16th
SEE VHA IS HERE
1I
Silverware STV
1847 I
Chafing Dishes A Flexible Flyer
Percolators A Pair of Skates EDi
I EDir
These for Your Wife 4 A Teddy Wagon I B
BU
BUh
These for tho Boys and Girls B
Gillette Razors
Tree Brand Pocket Knives A Dog Collar for the dog
A Savory Roaster for ho
Tree Brand Razors j R
Turkey
Blanket for the horse
A
These for Your Husband Mill
cn n
J ldlVf1
laded
A SMILE FOR EVERYBODY WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT i nc Jlf
In f
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Geo A Lowe CoI Lowei atUTn of
I to th
2326 AND 2328 WASHINGTON AVENUE to t I
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stnrur
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Where Gas Is Used lv cr tcr wh tvi
Into
UK
Jnrnd
The new department flats havo a laundry drying room and the r tr lll
pipes are so arranged that each tenant uses the gas through their >
UIK
meter when doing laurdry work The nice ripe bananas you Bee
hanging In our stores have all been ripened by gas heat while In Adv
storage Automatic soldering furnaces arc now used by tinners and tile E
when the tinner removes tho Iron tho gas Is automatically turned tore t
down when he places It In the burner again to bo reheated tho meat
gas Is turned up automatically puMc
Gas Is used In the largo canning factories for heating and sol I BIG
dering blacksmiths now use It for heating wagon tires which Is
mho
I much cheaper and quicker than tho old wood pile method of heat
nit n
Jog the tire c
llu r
I The gas engine Is tho cheapest prime mover known A gnu engine
of th
sine using producer gas gives one horsepower hour for ono pound I next
of coal The best compound steam engines use two pounds of coal nnCOWl
ROVI
for horsepower
I every portu
in homo for comfort In lt
Gas the has no superior cooking We will 1
are Installing gas stoves every week and people are beginning to
work
appreciate the comforts of gas
l lg <
Bldhc
UTAH LIGHT RY CO Coi
good
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D DECKER Local Manager 1 r q Shav
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Friday and Saturday December 17 and a ape
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18 aft 2350 Washington Ave A real live Xmas
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Bazaar with Dressed Dolls Fancy Aprons all sorts of I lIme
attractive gifts and then homemade bread cake and I t fho IK art i
candy prepared for the critical palate J ardto ardso
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The EVeIDl1Ung Standard up of th a
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Gunintecs n larger paying subscription list than rates
that of all Ogden and Salt Lake papers combined Ta
circulated in Ogden Utah That should interest Hojt
I advertisers tho
tonic lath
live In the Inspection htscattle for
tuberculosis It will be the best regu
lated state in the union on that score
The state health board Is making ov
ary effort to aid in the work
The state law providing for inspec
tion and condemnation of cattle is as
follows
The state law on testing of diary
cows for tuberculosis is as follows
Prohibiting the Importation of Cattle
Unless Free From Tuberculosis
An act prohibiting the bringing In
to this state certain cattle except thor
aro free from tuberculosis and re
fjuiring all dairy cattle within the
state to be subjected to the tuberculin I
test
Bf it enacted by the legislature of the I
state of Utah
Sec J Unlawful to Import cattle I
When That it shall be unlawful for I
any person to Import or bring Into
this stale any cattle for dairy or
breeding purposes except when such
cattle aro accompanied by a certifi
cate from an inspector certifying that
they have been examined and subject
ed to tho tuberculin test and are free
from tuberculosis or any other con
tagious disease provided that the
provisions of this section shall not
apply to what Is known as range cat
tle
Soc 2 Cows must TJO subject to
tuberculin tost Every person who
sells milk to a dairy and every person
engaged in the dairy business In this
state shall at least once In even cal
endar year cause every cow milked by
him to be examined and subjected to
the tuberculin tost by a competent
person under the direction of the state
veterinarian or the Inspector of the
United Slates bureau of animal Indus
try to ascertain If any such cow is
affected with tuberculosis Such in
spection to be made with rules pro
scribed by the state hoard of health
but no fees shall bo charged there
fore
cc 3 Penalty Any person joint
ing any provision of this act shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall bo punished
by a fine of not less than 2500 nor
more than 20000
Approved March 11 1009
WANT ADS BRING BIG KLSULTS
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DESPERATE the I
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An American visiting London for comr
the first time was goaded to despcra
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LIon by tho Incessant necessity fop
rates
tips Finally he entered a washroom Coal
In his hotel only to be faced by a
large sign which read Please tip the Mr
basin after using vices
Never said tho Yankee turning tjo I
on his heels Ill go dirty first noon
meet
JOB PRINTERS ATTENTION I sldln
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Ono Gem 30inch paper cutter good son I
as now for sale at the Standard dres
office Call and see It and make an bon
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Week Monday Dec
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GEORGE BLOOMQUEST by r
And His Company in Uerve by
Victor A Smalley
The Boys With the Chairs
MARTINETTIE AND SYLVESTER Th
In An Attempt at Siiclde torfe
BALLERINIS CANINE TUMBLES on a
Wonderful Troupe of Acrobatic Dogs lions
ROSA ROMA pros
Violin Virtuoso used
JOHN BIRCH Jets I
The Man with the Hats fr > m
MYERS ROSA SOU1C
Cow Boy and Girl Lariat Exerts consl
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15th Btruc
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PRICES 25c 50c 75c and
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