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r Early Sh1Jwing
I New fl1
all the latest the
new matcrials Atest Parisian styles and in
1 de consisting of MTeTssalJ e Taffeta Silks Satins
Orepe Chene
and the
new Venetian cloths suitable for
evening opera and street
c 4 Prices rauging from 20 to 40
At HARMYS 366 24fih
tt I
ftC tm
c v I
J J Its the
High Pal ent
J that is the
The right lamp nt the rIght price
Sunboam Tungsten Lamps aro
unexcelled for life and brilliancy
To use tho Tungsten means to re
duce your JIght bill and have twlco
the light for loss money It you
have not used them call and let us
Snively < < tfendry
Bell hone 731 2450 Wash Ave
Ind Phone two rlngoNo 50
Bell Phone tYrO rlngoNo 66
Ind Phone one ringNo BO
Bell Phone one ringNo 08
Advertisers must nave their copy tor
tbo Evening Standard tho evening bo
tore the day on Which tho advertise
mcnl Is to appear In order to Insure
I Alleging that her husband Freder
1 ick Clifton Flinders has failed to pro
I vide her an l their minor child with
I Iho necessaTeB of life for the past
I year Mrs Sarah Brooks Flinders has
I begun nn action In the District couit
I for an absolute divorce Mrs Flinders
r IK seeking the custody of the child
and reasonable alimony
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Prlvalo calls
a specialty Also prompt delivery ol
i baggage 412 25lh
I Embry Watch MeetingA watch
meeting preceded by an Informal re
coptlon by the ladles of the Willing
ii Workers society will be held In thc
J C Embry Mission hall Bennett
I block Twcnlyslxth street and Granl
V avenue tonight The public Is in
r WANTED Clean white rags at Iht
Social and Service Thlu evening
it beginning at 9 p m a social and
tt service wilt be given at tho Methodist
i church The social will be under the
ft auspices of the ICpworth league Re
freshmenIH will bo served al 1030 I
During the watch night flervico thu
pastor will deliver a sermon A cor
1 dial Invitation Is extended to the pub
I lic
Gillette Coal Co 1C3 West 27th
Both phones 107
Visited Ogden Friends Mrs John
Berry and daughter Miss Jessie Ber
ry of Palo Alto California were Og
I den vlfiltora yecterday renewing ac
quaintances with friends In this city
where they resided for a number of
i yearR Miss Berry who Is a graduate
of Stanford university Is tho city I
i chemist for Oakland Cat I
I Tho largest display ot unredeemed
Diamonds In the city at loss than
wholesale Undo Sams Loan Office
J r P 278 26th St
I A Boston dispatch shows that tho
I earnings of the Union Pacific have
largely Inrtreased during November
Tho report follov61 Gross revenue
Flour Is on
of Pecrys Crescent
I INSURANCE against Poor Baking
four n 15 made of choicest hard what
and better bread
which makes more
than other kinds of wheat
ii It IB milled by modern machinery
J preserving all the goodness of the
i aanltarj
It It protected by every
thai baked will
1 precaution bo brpnd
rr ENT
7 t
i4 T f
8n117S2 inflOTao 91009909 oper
ating expenses 1821827 Increase
676080 taxes 281305 Increase
SC1CO total oxppnncs und taxes 1
109102 Increase 702570 net rev
enue 1232589 Increase 337392
Holiday rates via D R G Ono
single fare round trip Dec 18th 23rd
24th 25th 31st and January 1st Good
returning until Jan 3rd 1910
a V Derrnh general passenger and
freight agent for the eastern division
of the Western Pacific says that both
I through and local freight Is picking
up on tho now transcontinental line
The load Is hardly In condition yet for
through passenger hiiblneso and tho
weather Is not favorable for complet
I ing the ballasting of the roadbed But
it will be got in shapn Just as early as
possible when through passenger
buslnesu will bo Installed said Mr
Hot stuffhot stuff Is Lewis Good
Coal Phone UP
I E Burley general passenger
agent of the Oregon Short Line has
prepared a pamphlet which Is now In
pi ess on the subject of Orchard
Healing The matter contained in
the booklet treats on the protection of
fruit buds from early spring frost by
tho smudging process and has been
approved by the foremost authorities
on the subject In the country Tho
booklet will bo distributed to the or
chardlsts throughout all Oregon Short
Line territory
For Sale2 heating stoves Inquire
for Mr Poulter basement Standard
C F Warren Salt Lako agent for
I tho Santa Fe has received word to
tho effect that the Santa Fo Is double
tracking Its line In the Missouri di
vision assuring a double track most
of the awy from Chicago to Albu
querque N M before tho end of
1910 For this work approximately
2000000 has been appropriated by
I the directors of the road
E A Lenroot of Rexburg Idaho
who with his wife Is spending a few
days In Salt Lake says the people In
I the vicinity of Rexburg will bo able
to secure cheap coal In the near fu
ture as branch lino from Hexburg
Into the cool fields of tho felon couu
try has been practically promised for
the coming year Coal ban been sell
ing at G per ton at St Anthony but
with the advent of the new road It Is
expected that tho price will be re
duced to about 3 per ton
For SaleOld newspapers cheap
Call al Standard offIce
Late Core The last cars on tho
Washington avenue lino will leave tho
corner of Twentyfifth street at 1210
Watch Night II Is the custom of
some churches to observe Watch night
services The plan Is to close the
year with a social evening followed
by a song and prayer service Among
others thn Methodist church plans to
hold such a service tonight from 9
p m to midnight at the church 152
Twcnly fourth street
Coal from Rock Springs Advices
received at local Union Pacific head
quarters thus morning show that tho
dully coal outpul from Rock Springs
Superior and adjacenl camps is all
that could be desired and the fuel
question has attained normal con
ditions once more The mines will i
close down tonight until Monday I
morning and work will then be re
sumed and continued without Inter
niptlon during the winter season
Every freight train from the coat has
from one to a dozen cars of coal for
commercial purposes and five cars
arrived last night for Ogden coal deal
i ers
Headquartere Changed An order
has been received at local Union Pa
cific headquarters transferring Signal
Observer R Heard from Ogden to
Green River The order Is effective
Jan 1 and the new condition will
h nnth
conuuuo unruly mv winter muiim
The cold weather throughout Wyom
ing during tho past month has boon
especially hard on Union Pacific sig 1
nal service men and Superintendent
Heard desires to be al a more cen
tral Point In the Utah division In or
der to keep directly in touch with all
employes of the system Aside from
this thore is no significance attached
to tho order making the change
Ice Harvest II Is fully expected
that the Ice crop harvest will end
within the next day or two particul
arly If the weather conditions will
permit the continuatIon of the work
of cutting on the ponds As nearly
ns can be estimated fully 10000 tons
of Ice had been harvested up to las
Smallpox at North Ogden While
there aro no new developments of
a serious character in connection with
tho epidemic of smallpox at Harris
vllle and adjacent selllcmonts n
suspicious case Is now under sur
veillance In the Garr family at Five
Points and It will be thoroughly in
vestigated today W II Lowdon as
special health officer al Harrlsvlllc
IB rendering splendid service and ma
tonally aiding Dr Pldcock In fighting
the disease In the several districts
whore It exists
Sentenced to One Year Harry Nel
son the young man who pleaded guil
ty to uttering a fraudulent check
drawn on the Ogden Stale Bank for
12W and forging the name of A
F Newman thereto was taken into
district court Mils afternoon and sen
tenced to ono year In the state pen
itentiary Beforo passing sentence
his honor delivered a briefbul whole >
some lecture to Nelson saying that
ho had received the minimum sen
tence for a crime of this character
owing to his previous record and ad
vising the prisoner to make honest
endeavors In tlio future
Appraloers of Estate Judge
Howell has appointed appraisers to
the oeate of tile late William C Mc
Farland j
Civil SultJjln the civil division ot
the municipal court this uiornliiK the
rcau eragocomp1V gi
var ggffj8 th BsBfofr
f tai of S7ftrU orr that was
faIn note
Jr 10
rry llan C OlD 0 nCCI1811
15 alleged to be due for profession
al services
Dolly Dimples Peoplfe OutL V Ii
urn and Fred K RlckiV hold to ans
wer upon a charge of criminal con
spiracy In connection with the Dol
ly Dimples aggrcgallen have been
admitted to aSbTcgnUi sum of 500
each A V McIntosh arid R E Hong
luallfyine as bondsmen
Whlctles and BollsjAl midnight
the jnrd whistles will be soumlcd and
tho church bells will join In the Joy
ous acclaim of tho now year
Files Demurrer In the civil action
of the George A Lone company
against the Simmons Hardware com I
pany Involving tho laxoc on certain
properly located In Ogden defendant r
has filed Il demurrer to the com
plaint and asks for he dismissal of
the suit
Plenty of good fresh ranch and sep
arator butter 30c and 35c a pound
al Edgar Jones Co
Subscribers who oo not receive theIr
paper by C30 p m phono us and our
special carrier will deliver as late as
730 p m H B ARNOLD
One Gem 30Inch paper cuttor good
is now for solo at the Standard
> fHcc Call and see It and make an
offer Act quickly
Special Reduced Prices
for Holidays
Attraction A Girl al tho Helm Jan
uary 1st matInee and evening A
150 show for 100 lost of the
louse will be sold at 75c and 50c
5c for gallery
Matinee prices most of the seats
il 75e 50c and 25c
Evory seal in the new house Is a
choice one No pillars or posts au
thorlly of John Corl
Various offenders wore before the
judge of tho municipal court this I
morning and they nil pleaded guilty
Charles Champ stated thai he was
on a good big toot yesterday hut
that ho was sorry He was sontcnc
3d to pay a fine of 5
J H Davis pleaded gullly to the
charge of vagrancy after he was thor
oughly advised as to what vagrancy
means Tho courl fined him 10 In
lieu of which ho will have to spend
ten days In the city baatllc
Arthur Terry an 18yearold boy
und F Watson agreel that they
bad Indulged In a ftstlc encounter
> estorda that disturbed the peace
af n number of people The court
ardered that the young man stand I
iBldo and that Watson bo fined 5
Dr go to jail five days Young Ter
rys part in the affair will bo Inves
Llgaled by the officers
Miss C Prolhol a lady of the ebony
hue acknowledged that she should bo
tanked with the vag society Sho
was sentenced to pay a fine of 10
ir serve ten days in tho city jail
W Takeowyol a Jap failed to put I
I In an appearance on the charge of
I permitting minors to visit his pool
room and his bond of 10 was declared
lared forfeited
Continued from Page One
working accurately tho company re
New York Dec 31Spencer Trask
ono of Now Yorks best known bank
ers met death today In a rearend
collision on the Now York Central
railroad at Croton N Y In which
Lhrcc other passengers are reported to
liao been killed Several persons
yore Injured some fatally
Meager details of the wreck Indi
cate that Mr Trask and the other
victims wore in tho rear sleeper of
the second section of tao Montreal
express which had been hailed by a
signal according to the railroad of
ficials Information when the freight
train crashed Into It telescoping lie
sleeper and damaging the next car
i forward There vas a thick fog at
the time
The casualties for the most part
were In the smoking compartment at
the extreme roar of the sleeper where
a group of passengers was gathered
as the train proceeded down the
Tho news of the bankors death
had no effect on the stock exchange
where prices woro slightly above the
close of last nlghL
Sponcer Trash was one of Now
Yorks leading citizens and ono of tho
countrys best known bankers Born
hero In IS 11 he entered the bank
Ing business on his graduation from
Princeton His financial acumen was
quickly recognized and no became a
power In the banking world
Mr Trask early bocamo impressed
With the genius of Thomas Edison
and identified himself with the Edi
son electric enterprises The banker
was a director In many realty com
panies and was deeply interested in
I bcvcral educational and philanthropic
Several years ago ho bought and re
organized the Now York Times He
was president of the National Art
club and a member of numerous oth I
er prominent New York clubs Mr
Trnsk was married In 1874 to Miss I
Katrina Nichols
Kansas City Dec 3Tho Ion
round boxing contest but keen Wllllo
Glbbs of Philadelphia and < Teddy Pep
pers of Kansas City was declared off
Tho men were to have not Now
Years afternoon Poppers nallurc to
post his forfeit money Is glvp11 aq the
reason Tho contest bolworfa Fight
Ing Dick Hyland and Cyciono John
ny Thompson ret for Janujj 10 has
also bqcn called oft Owjsn Moran
I J robabi WUJT horo rut Janu
JU2i g
S E L E errED
Decko Tclephoneo and Electric Llghtc
A r A Rnin Dtn AI 1n kA IAA
n JOllljj funCU lur inc UOG
of the Committee
The hotel comnilttccmon of the
Vool Growers National ronvcntion
sivo established headquarters al tne
teed hotel and they are now pre
ared to assign rooms and eating
laces to visitors The headquarters
f tho commltco will he turned Into a
ort of Information bureau
H has also been arranged for all
ommltlces having the convention
nd midwinter sheop show In
and to have headquarters at I
he ned The desks for the I
nrlous committees arc being
laced and electric lights and ole
hones are being provided for It
wks as If everything will he In com
lotc readiness next Monday for the
andllng of tho big affair
Thc Utah Light Railway corn
any Is furnishing free of charge all
lie lights needed during the convcn
ion for office purposes for street
ghllng decorations for tho com on
ion hall and for tho sheep show build
igs and the telephone companies are
urnishlng telephone service froo of
hnrgo to all tho committees
The convention meetings will be
eld In tho Ogden theater building
ixpcrlcnces on Board Transport
Thomas Vlslto Americans
In Guam
Tho following Interesting and vivid
count of a trip to the Philippines
board a United States army trans I
ort has Just been received by Dr
C E Coulter from his son Ilalvor
l wall known and highly popular Og
den boy
Aboard Transport Thomas
Oct C 1009
Wo are out on the ocean with a
smooth sea a fresh breeze and the
fog just lifting
1 have just finished a good break
fast for which 1 acquired a keen ap
petite by a brisk walk of about llf
teen laps around the slippery upper
Mother is flat on her back In her
orth with a fooling that any move
otild be a move for the worse
Coffee and toast has brought her
a few notches nearer normal and she
xpects to bo up for lunch
Wo aro living threo together In
taterooms so small that wo dress
ono at a limo to avoid the confusion I
of putting on each others clothes be
fore discovering tho mistake
We sailed promptly at noon ester I
Hundreds came to say goodbye to I
tielr friends Tho visitors were al
lowed on board the vessel until about I
Itcon minutes before sailing time
It was a solemn moment to mother
and I when the Inst ones had crossed
the gangplank and nothing remained
to be done except to cast off
As tho big vessel started to move
lhe Filipino hand on board began
laying Home Sweet Homo to the
me of a solemn chant Ye gods I
was mad Nothing would have glvon
me greater pleasure than to have
limbed over tho rail and throttled
very man jack of thorn confounded
hcathensto have no more heart than
do such a thing at such a time Moth
In tears
er and other women wore
and I envied them their womans prh
liege of lotting their feelings leak out
and escape
October 8th
Wo arc now nearly twelve hundred
miles from San Francisco and feel
ig fine Mother has been well and
In good spirits over since tho second
ayThe ocean has not boon very rough
EO far but It takes very little to make
this tub work up a tremendous roll I
For the last two mornings I have
wakened to see the sea as smooth
fiR a body could wish but with the
old ship rolling so that without chang
ig my position I could see the port
hole filled alternately with sky and
October 12th
Wo are due to arrIve at Honolulu
arly tomorrow morning and mighty
glad we will be to get on land again
The weather is becoming very
Latitude 13 deg 30 mln N
Long 110 dcg 52 min E
Oct 31 JOOO
Dear Dad
We are ploughing across tho homo
retch having left Guam night be
fore last Wo stayed at Guam from
ucbday evening till Friday evening
for there was a large amount of
eight to be unloaded at that place
The only vessels which stop regularly
at Guam so you can Imagine how
nporlanl an event for the Inhabl
uils was our arrival The nimbi
I inta consist of about 12000 natives
nnd 200 whites Including the tw
companies of United Slates marina
The Island Is much larger mnrllj
ected being about twontyflvo nf
wide It Is entirely of coral fo
tlon and a little Iron Is the onl1
eral found on tho Island bealdff
rnestono of which It consists
Inch of it Is covered with
growth The rain descends If
howors about six time a
tbe air Is continually humid
with heavy odors of decayli
tlon I 10
° °
Tho ship had to ancbor f
= > wn
illus out from the smalf
I of PHI and In order tl ° ro
Wednesday morning 11 roSR
Ills stretch of water In
till keel scraping bOr tIW
sccon A dozen times wo thou
w o would have to get out In tho knc
deep brine and carry the ladlotf
ashore We would no doubt have
come to this crisis had not a torrent
of rain descended suddenly and un
expectedly out of a clear sky I think
it was owing to this additional sup
ply of water that we were able to get
ashore without wading We who were
in the launch praised God for our
deliverance but It Is doubtful If our
companions who wore being lowed In
an open boat some of them clad In
crisp and Spotless white preferred
their wet backs to wet feet Tho
downpour censod as suddenly as It be I
gan and by the time wo reached the
landing wc wero In the Initial stages I
of sunstroke At the landing we found
I at our ill qnrqn 1 n mntl i nrmv nt nnn
J U iU
veyances varying from tnckylooklnt
surreys to the most primitive ot
carls Evory vehicle was soon loathe
to tho limit of Its capacity and a fev
nf UB selfsacrificing spirits who bad
waited to sec all the ladles safolj
loaded found ourselves with no means
of transportation except shnnki
to take us to tho capital city or
A gana five miles distant whither w It
were bound to go for we wished tl
grace with our presence the luncheon
to which ActingGovernor Froyor had
boon kind enough to Invite us Ac
cordlnglv vo set off with the xlarzllnj
coral road before us cocoanut palms
on either side and the broiling sin
Just above the bucks of our heads
My companion and I had not pro
cocdcd far when wc balled with Jo
an approaching conveyance which
proved upon closer acquaintance to be
a sprlngless cart drawn by a sinew
and emaciated beast which I bollovi
the natives honor with tho name o
horse but which I can beat describe
as being a cross between a Jackrabbi
mid a government mule It appeare
to consist solely of akin bones an
a will mostly a will Tho thing
looked scarcely able to stand up bu
It covered ground at a retnarknbli
into and I shall always remember
ka performance as a striking cxhlbl
lion of nerve and will power Let mo
say that our conveyance was ver
pretentious compared with those o
many In the party for our cart wa
filled with a seat and drawn by a
horse Instead of a cow Our prldi
was almost humbled however by the
fact that for several miles tvo wen
unable to pass a trio of our shipmates
who wero being hauled like BO man
sacks of meal In a cowdrawn convoy
ance Compared with our spindle
legged beast the cow looked like a
pig alongside a gazelle and at th
first glance we had no doubt but tha
we would have the pleasure of leav
ing our humble friends In the dust
figuratively speaking for unfortu
nately there was no dust To our
surprise the little potbollled cov
proved to be a dark horse of no moan
nllllty and trotted along In front u
us for two or three miles until om
driver finally outdid his opponent Ir
At last we drew up In the court
yard of tho Palace a long twostorlei
building closely flanked by tho ma
rine barracks I will not go into th <
Jeitalls of the reception and luncheon
except to say that It was a well or
dered affair and henco like all oth
ers of Its kind After luncheon WI
dispersed on nrlotiB excursions of
pleasure and sightseeing
The town of Agana has about 700C
inhabitants almost all of whom live
In small whitewashed shacks built or
piles and covered with thatched roofs
There arc a few adobe buildings rel
Ics of the Spanish regime and a few
more pretentious dwellings occupied
Liy the government officials and ma
lao and navy officers I had expectei
to find the Americans there dlssatla
Red with their Isolated lot bu
all seemed very enthusiastic over tin
advantages of Guam as a place of resl
donee and express a desire to staj
longer than their allotted time I saw
much of thorn during our three days I
sojourn and I must say they are the
most wideawake and jolly lot of gooi
fellows that I have seen In many a
ong day from the governor down tc
hc lieutenant of marines The after
noon of our departure they came out
to the vessels and stayed with us tc
lie last cutting up high jinks and
singing rollicking songs Their nation
U song scorns to he the song of the
English convicts at Botany Bay HOle
Is part of It
Taint leavln old England we care
Nor goln from friends far away
Out tho monotony of the thing wean
us out
And the prospects of Botany Bay
Toorl hat oorl lal arlty also
Toorl hat oorl lal aye likewise
Toorl lal oorl lal arlty not forget
Poorl lai oorl hal aye
Tho strange air of this song ren
dered with a heartiness which belled
Its words was tho last we heard ol
hc Guamltcs as they steamed shore
yard In their launch at sunseL
November 3d We sighted land al
about 10 oclock this morning Is
lands to tho south Doforo nightfall
tvo shall havo entered the Straits a
nn Bernardino which divide the Is
land of Luzon from the southern
Islands and wo oxpcct to reach Ma
nlla at S or fi oclock tomorrow even
Ing Mother and I expect to stay or
the ship over night and tako the boal
for Corregldor on the morning of the
3th or Cth according to how much
clay there Is In attending to bag
gage Mother underwent vaccluatlor
without fainting this morning anJ
feels correspondingly heroic She
loosnt want to bo sick till wo gel
ishorc and have lots of things t
end to She has come through the
lilp wonderfully well and Is in bcttei
lealth I believe than when w <
started As for me I have to the
iKSt of ny ability made the most 01
jverythlng and have onjoyed the voy
f KV much morO than 1 expected 1
lave come to the conclusion that It
aye to be pessimist though al
iva f joodhuniorcd because you arc
h retty sibre of being agrooablv
with the in
st d I Itarted out
l of pruning tho dreary hourf
Pacific by writing a score oi
j lettcra familiarizing myseli
anltjln and nftorwanlb with
rod freshening up on the drill
is and other profoasionn
Bides writing a novel 01
Allying the romantic memoirs
outh before thoy shall have
entirely lost In the oblivIon
difference engendered by the
lci Alas I am neither proflclenl
3uiHt nor brilliant novelist for 1
edercstlniated the effect of the ships
library tho passengers and the swell
of th Pacific and I have exporlenceil
I littleof the loveliness of heart which
I expected would drive me to actlvl
tlca < f tho mind I forgot to men
Ion that I also cherlohod the Inton
I Ion of seeking recreation In the In
TVpJlB of my more vlgorjviBf
h y cultivating an IntlmaJ
a cc with the Bp
r 11 Ilh
i A Happy and Prosperous Netrfl
1 I
Year to You iI
First our patrons who made our 1909 business year such
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Second to you our patrons to be in 3930 and
Third you who gave us your moralif not financial
support in the year just past
Thanking you one and all for past and future favors AVC
remain Yours very sincerely I J
M The Smith Grocery J
I 26th Washington
no tii
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Jensen Creamery Co I
135 25th Street Ogden Utah
In case inj lime should prove too lim
ited for the digestion of the whole I
Bible I was forced to give up this
latter project on account of not hav
ing my Testament with me In my per
sonal baggage In fact I have boon
devoting soma of my tithe to a very
different sort of bnok none other
Ihan Ernest Haackles Riddle of the
Universe In which be makes the
myths of the Christian Religion and
of all other religions look like the
proverbial thirty cents
I emphasize myths because the au I
thor does not attack religion Itself
but confines his attacks to tho un
truths and Impossible beliefs which
arc cherished In the name of faith
I was sorry I had seen tho book at
first but I am all right no s
Mother has just come to tell me
that we arc gelling very near to the
land and sho wants mo to go on deck
and take a look at the palm trees so
goodbye till wo reach Corrcgldor
There Is not a great deal to be
Bald about tho boxing contest between
Bird Leg Collins and Pete Sullivan
said Dob Watkins Bird Legs train
er this morning Tho contest will
ho ended before tho fifteenth round I
and Sullivan will go where the wood
bine Iwlnclh by the knockoul route
ColllnB has the punch In either hand
and ho is prepared to deliver it I
never saw the boy in such condition
before He Is beller than he was In
his balmiest days oven when > he was
In such splendid form and mado so
fine a showing In Denver a few years
ago When I say Collins will llnlsh
Sullivan before the fifteenth round
mind you I do not mean to dlscrodll
Sullivan He is a groat boxer and
cannot bo mastered by the ordinary
man Collins training quarters have been
changed from the Assembly gym to i
the training Quarters over the White I
Elephant saloon on Twentyfifth street I
between Washington and Grant ave
nues WatkIns says that Collins will do
lighter work from tills time until the
evening of the contest Eight hours I
road work each morning and from
three to live rounds of boxing in the I
afternoon together with other physi
cal exercise will be all that the col I
ored boxer will be required to do
Manager Burns says everybody Is
welcome to visit the training quar
ters nun watch Bird Lee in his ox
erclses The sparring work will be
given each day helwoon the houra of
3 and 5pm
Collins himself slates that It will
not be very dlffloull for him to win
over Sullivan and Hint he never fell
moro continent of winning than he
dOOR al this time The Collins people
are anxious to have Too Ross Col
lins spurring partner enter into ono
of tho preliminaries with a light
weight ISO pounds They are cer
tain he can defeat any roan of that
weight In the country
It is reported from snit Lake tZ
Sulllvun Is In splendId form and t If
confident of defeating the colored nfnS
In the contest noxt week fcoth jjJt
are at weight 138 pounls G
good records as cleve
rank with the bes
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Tickets oo Sage
Dec 18 23 24
25 31 Jan 1
Return Limit Jan 3 1910
suburb some months ago after the
alleged robbery of a bank was held
to answer to tho superior court here
today on a charge of grand larceny
Tht bonds wore fixed at 3000 and
Harris was placed in the custody of
the sheriff
Waehinglon Dec 30Plans for a
national boycott of those combinations
that increase the cost ot living wore
laid hero tonight whon the National
AntiTrust league was launched
Members of congress are Interested
In tho new league and Immediate
stops will be taken toward organizing
state organizations l
Then whon prices soar leagnel
members by stopping tho use of such
articles or commodities as have jrono
above a certain lee VllTtryto Vur I
them back by refusing to furnish a
The plan was tried in Germany 4
few years ago and according tea re t
I port broke up a combine that had f
falsed the price of coffee to an almost r1
prohibitive point
The meeting was Informal and no
final organization was effected It was It
agreed however that the crusade 1
just beginning should go under the
name of the National AntiTrust
league and that the organization
should be nonpolitical
AB soon as congiess reconvenes a
permanent organization will be ut
I fected
Among the speakers tonight vfWG
Minority Leader Clark and Congress
man McKlnlay of California
The women of the United States
will be taken In on equal terms with
mon and will have a voice In tni i
A nominal fee wlllbe charged TDCI
here to cover the cost of mn r yf
tarnations against arllcjfjr
have boon pushed 4 L
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