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I CIJTIRCSrEa SECRET SOCIETIES and Charitable Institutions 3 13 cenU
I 1 per lino either Random References or Locals No head alloirod In Random
One of the great men of the Catholic church passed away when
Cardinal Satolli died on Saturday last
i A Washington dispatch says the Cardinal was best known in
the United States as the first apostolic delegate from the Vatican to
this country having come here on that mission in October 1902
His first visit to America was however in 1889 when he was
deputed by Leo Alii to represent him at Baltimore on the occasion
Of the celebration there of the centenary of the Catholic hierarchy in
the United States and also at the inauguration of the Catholic uni
versity of the United States in Washington
It was on one of those occasions that he made the acquaintance
of Archbishop Ireland for whom he acquired strong feelings of ad
miration and regard which were deepened by Monsignor Irelands
subsequent visit to Rome to lay before the pope the details of the
Faribault plan
Cardinal Satolli was presented to President Harrison and his
cabinet at Washington and became impressed with the vast possi
bilities for the advancement of the church in the United States This
visit and the accounts he carried back
to the pope formed the pre
lude to his designation as apostolic delegate to the United States in
Two years after this appointment Satolli was elevated to the
college of cardinals and was invested with the brevetta by Cardinal
Gibbons in the Baltimore cathedral with a most imposing cere
mony It was in 1896 that ho was relieved of his duties here and
called back to Rome by the pope
Cardinal Satolli was mentioned as a possible successor to Pope
Leo Xm when the latter died It has been considered likely that
had he outlived the present popePius X he would have had con
siderable support among the cardinals in the conclave as his suc
The National Wool Growers convention was a success in every
tctail and the men of Ogden who planned and successfully carried
ut the reception and entertainment of the visitors are to be praised
Notwithstanding adverse weather conditions the attendance I
waS gratifying Tho men who were here as Ogden guests are
among the most intellectual and prosperous livestock owners of
the United States Many of them were here for the first time and
all of them expressed surprise that a city the size of Ogden had
> cen so long underestimated by them as a place where the best in
the land in the way of sociability entertainment comfort and
iccoBsibility was to be had A majority of them will come again
and some have decided to make this their home j others have gone
homo to make their neighbors acquainted with the fact that Ogden
Is a growing prosperous wideawake place which should not be
One good effect of the convention is the demonstrated fact that
Ogden is capable of caring for a large body of visitors The hotel
committeemen inform us that not one stranger failed to obtain a com
t 1 fortable bed and there was no lack of restaurant accommodations
7 i The visitors were cared for without complaint and scarcely a mur
1 i mur of mistreatment was heard There was no overcharging and
no friction Perhaps this is explained in great part by the fact
J 1 that the arrangements made for the care of our guests were without
I a flaw
i The success of the convention proves conclusively that when i
I Ogdenites are united they can equal any community in the inter
r1 mountain country as a body of entertainers The welcoming and
entertaining the wool growers was perhaps the most harmonious
r affair of the kind in the history of the city and the Standard
I N u t offers congratulations to those responsible
The HeraldRepublicans Sunday edition was a boost for Salt
Lake The paper made an excellent presentation of the resources
of the capital city but displayed a somewhat narrow vision in pre
senting a page of halftones of Utah men prominently identified
with the growth and development of the state and failing to name
a single Ogden man in the list of thirtysix
Where is John Browning Utahs most distinguished inventor
I David Eccles the wealthiest man in the state j Judge H H Rolapp
the directing mind in the sugar industry Hon Fred J Kiesel states
man business man j the Scowcrofts wholesalers Where are any
one of a dozen other Ogden men who are preeminent in state affairs I
What aib you Salt Lake are you provincial
I Engineer Joseph West started north this morning to map out
a campaign the consummation of which will be the construction
of a railroad from the Utah Hot Springs north to Brigham City
When the rightofway is secured
grading will commence so
that early in the summer Ogden and its neighbors to the north will
be brought into closer relationship by the trolley
This is one of tho most important pieces of work to be vigor
ously prosecuted this year by the people back of the Ogden Rapid
Transit company although they are planning the extension of the
Ogden canyon line from the Hermitage east through the great
gorge to Huntsville
With electric oars operating north to Brigham City and east
to flTmtsviHo and with Plain City connected by trolley Ogden will
be supplied with suburban and interurban
lines and as a conse
quence this city should feel the stimulus of closer trade relations
with the most fertile prosperous country district of Utah
Experts in this country and in Franco are encouraged to hope
that tho sugar beet industry can be greatly enlarged by tho
briquetting process By this method tho beets are sliced the
moisture driven out and the dried material pressed into briquettes
In this form the beets will keep for months with but slight loss in
s charine matter
With simply a slicing and drying plant at the point whore beots
are raised serving as auxiliaries there is scarcely any limit to the
field which a plant centrally situated as is the Ogden factory could
cover Even distant Lovelock Nevada one of the most productive
valleys in the west might be made to grow beets for delivery in
briquettes to the Amalgamated of this city 1
The Fatal Street Corner
In a Nova Scotia town lived an
old man whose wife hud recently
died leaving him In a comfortable
house with no one to loci after him
He soon began lookln round for a
second helpmeet and settled on a
widow whoso status as a housekeep
er for her former spouso was well
established The old man hud but
ana objection to her she was a
Methodist and ho had been a de
vout Presbyterian all his life
Its all right but for ono thing
he confided to his crony when they
fell to discussing this drawback
Como weekdays sIlo will bo fine
Im a thinking She can koep me
tidy mind the house and man ye
know she can cook But then
and ho shook his head doubtfully
then will come Sunday We will
bo starting off to church together
Just as husband and wife should be
doing on the Sabbath day and wo
will como to the corner Then
Mnndy she will bo turning to go
down the street to that Methodist
place and I will go on to the house
of God alone Llpplucotts
A Modest Doctor
While on his vacation a city doc I
tor attended the Sunday morning sor
vice at a little country church When
the congregation was dismissed sev
eral of the members ishook hands
with him and one wishing to learn
If ho were a Methodist Inquired
Are you a professor brother
Oh no Indeed answered the
physician modestly Just an ordin
ary doctor Llpplncotts
Much Better Plan
Convict Yes lady I always mado
it a point novnr ter rob a house on
Christmas eve
Philanthropist That fact does you
Convict Thanks lady Yer see
Its always best ter wait till Christ
mas night By that tlmo theyve got
the presents all unpacked an lyln
about loose so yer can take em up
betterStray Stories I
Just ao Bad
Animals are certainly silly
How o
Oh a bull will chase a red par
asol way across a tcnacro lot and
a bullfrog gets hopping mad at a
piece of red flannel
Even at that the bull has no mo
nopoly on silliness I have seen a
man chase a red parasol clear across
townHouston Post I
Beverages In Abundance
Stranger In Drear hnrstIs
thero any place In this town where
I can get something to drink
Undo Web Gosh Yes sir on
less youro mighty blamed hard to
please Theres four town pumps
a sulphur well an half a dozen
places hero you kin git root beer
Chicago Tribune
Whar Vtis Ye
He was an old darky He wore no
overcoat and the Icy wind twisted
his threadbare clothes about his
shriveled body
Wind ho demanded whimsical
ly whnr wuz you dls time las
July Exchange
Question In Grammar
TommyPop which Is correct I
shall or I will 7
Tommys PopIt doponds on the
sex my son A man says I shall
and a woman says I will Philadel
phia Record
Admiration Revived
Do you like my now hatT asked
Mrs Brooke I
Yes Indeed replied Mrs Lynn
I had one Just like It when they
wore In styleLlpplucotts
Agnes sat playing bridge all tho
afternoon with her back to a glor
ious ountaln view
Yes She Is president of our Back I
to Nature ClubLlfe
Tho Midwinter Number of the Los
Angeles Times 200 pages la out It
Is an exceptionally comprehensive
exploitation of the Bro progress and
resources of the Southwest with tho
city of Los Angeles as the point
dappul Ono entire section of 31
pages Is devoted to The Big Things
Los Angeles Is Doing Including the
acquisition of a municipal harbor the
beginning of an unheardof aqueduct
240 miles long estimated to coat 23
000000 to bring water from the Sier
ras and tho building of 3000 miles
of good roads through the country at
a cost of 3500000 One of the In
teresting sections is a beautifully
illustrated part telling of the methods
and successes or orange and lemon
growers Another Is given up to
homcncckers and tho great area of
fertile lands now open In Southern
California There are pages Illumi
nated by tho beauty types of the
Southland There aro over 400 dif
ferent photographic halftone pictures
In tho number and many colored
plates with maps charts showing
I products mining pictures and ranch
scenes The Impressions uttered by
President Taft after his recent visit
are given and General Harrison Gray
Otis contribntes an artistic article
entitled Los Angeles the Ardent
Fiche of the Sensuous South
Washington Jan Fortifications
for tho United States and Insular pos
sessions for the year 1911 will cost
55617200 over two and a half mil
lions less than for 1910 If the house
adopts the recommendations of the
appropriations committee submitted
today The committee cut the depart
ment estimates for the coming year
110962466 The largest single Item
In tho appropriation Is for the son
coast batteries of the Philippines i
whore It is recommended that 5800 I
000 bo expended during the coming i
year For light and power plants In
tho Philippines 45000 Is recommend
ed for searchlights for important
harbors In the Islands L30990 with
some thousands of dollars for scatter u
luc limns Including 7000 for the 1
reclamation of laud for fortification
j The total for fortifications In the
Uhlllpplnofl end Hawaii is 2089300
I The sum of half n million Is recom
I mended for sea coast guns and car
I riages and for the purchase and manu
I facture and test of land turrets 5C24
800 while two hundred thousand del
I lars Is recommended for the construc
tion of fire control stations and ac
Tho total for armament and fortifi
cations for defeuuc In the United
States is 1970000 the principal
Item In which Is one of 5600000 for
mountain siege and field cannon and i
An appropriation of 140000 Is rec I
ommended for ammunition and sub
callber guns for sea coast artillery I
practice which is practically the same I
amount appropriated for the present
year The sum of 300000 appears
for searchlights for Important har
bors and V00000 for the construction
of fire control stations range finders
etc The estimate of 37uOOO to be
used for the alteration and mainten
I ance of sea coast artillery Is allowed
In the bill The principal cuts from I
tho 1910 appropriations are In ammu
nition for sea coast guns sea coast
batteries In the Philippines alteration
and maintenance of sea coast artil
lery submarine mines and sites for
fortifications and sea coast defenses
in the United States
Aeroplanes and Other
Forms of Airships
in Readiness
Los Angeles Cal Jan 10A fault
less day dawning cloudless and
bringing with it a mero zephyr of
breeze that floated rather than blew
up from the sea and over tho valley
between the snowcapped mountains
opened tho international aviation
meeting at Dominguez Junction to
day and witnessed the first competi
tive trials of aeroplanes In America
A latter from the greater shelter
tent nearly a mile away where aero
plane motors were being tested met
the ears of thousands who crowded off
the Interurban cars at the field direct
ly after breakfast though the first
flights wore not scheduled to bo at
tempted until 1 oclock The noise of
thOGo sounding like several batteries
of machine guns In action was min
gled with the comparatively gentle
whirr of the engines of tho dirigibles
which loter wore to sail and soar se
dately like soft winged but gigantic
old owls over the smaller aeroefs that
dash and dart riso and dive over tho
All of the machines wore tested
early Scores of French British and
American mechanicians brought here
by the aviators and dirigible pilots
were busy tuning up the delicate
mechanisms that drive tho nine bi
planes and monoplanes which are
entered for tho contests and tho big
clgarRhapod air craft belonging to
Knnbenshue Beachy and the United
States government
And when the main body of tho
throng of spectators began arriving
shortly before noon everything was
in readiness j
Two hours later every face In tho
field was lifted toward the sky as the
big dirigibles the first to start flights
mounted the currents of ether and af
ter a few evolutions floated poised
over the starting point waiting for
the smaller more uncertain and there
fore dangerous aeroplanes to take tho
The grandstand with tho tiers of j
boxes holds nearly 25000 people
They were crowded before the first
I attempt at flight wag made Between
1130 and 122o oclock three car
trains wore run every two minutes
l from tho city and It was estimated
I that tho facilities at hand were cape
able of handling 15000 passengers in
forty inHmtes
Curtlss three preliminary flights in
the biplane belonging to Clifford B
Harmon of New York stirred tho f
crowd to the highest pitch of oxpcc I
fancy They wore the first flights
ever made on the coast and dissipated
any doubt that may have lingered that
the fragile contrivances of rubberized
silk canvas and bamboo could really
It was announced that ho would
make the first flight today and would
be followed probably by Paulhan and
certainly by Charles K Hamilton of
New Britain Conn and the two avi
ators Pnulhan brought from Franco
with him MIscarol and Malsson Cur
I tlss Raid that his flights today would
hnvo an Important bearing on his pat
ent controversy with the Wrights and
In his opinion would end the litiga
tion which all but prevented the hold
ing of tho aviation contests here
I In the arguments of their clever I
lawyers the Wrights proved theoret
ically to Judge Hazel In the federal I
court of New York state that my ma I
chines depend on their vertical rudder
to maintain equilibrium sold Cur I
lias I will demonstrate by actual
flight that they are not That will and
the action for Injunction for the
Wrights patents hinge on what Is I
called the warping surface Their
machines have to depend on vertical
rudders to help them to maintain their j
balance Tho warping surface of tho
planes give tho machines a turning
tendency which tho rudder has to
overcome The rudders on the Cur j
tIm machines have no such function
Aero blons that do not affect the
course of the machines In flight take
earn of the balance and this moot
will prove what wo say Wo are go
I ing to take the decisions of the judges
before the courts
There Is no set program for any
day except Saturday when tho gov
I ernment dirigible In charge of Lieu
tenant Paul Beck of the Signal corps
will try a night attack on the reve
nue cutter Perry In San Pedro har
Any aviator may go up at any limo
between 1 oclock in the afternoon and
dark and there Is no doubt that many
aro planning surprises
For Instance Curtlss looks preoccu
pied whenever tho subject of flights
with a passengers Is broached Ho
points out the fact that all the Cur
ties machines here have no nccommo
datlons for a passenger Yet there Is
a 100000 prize for tho longest flight
with a passenger and come of the
aviators mire certainly going aftor
that Then there are prizes ranging
from 5250 to 7oOO for speed endur
ance and altitude records Paulhan
Is certain to try for at least the height
record and the four big flyers ho
brought with him from France look
as though they were built for speed
and had an unusual fuel capacity for
sustained flights
All of the aviators maintain the
greatest secrecy regarding their plans
Apparently this Is more to keep com
petitors In tho dark than to mystify
the eager throngs of spectators
Thursday however Is certain to sec
some records shattered
Another enthusiast who makes a
flight In fore the day Is over Is Clif
ford Hnrmon the millionaire New
York sportsman whose machine Cur
tiss tried out In the flights yesterday
Harmon holds tho American balloon
record of 48 hours in the air but ho
has never ridden In an aeroplane
Yesterday darkness was the only
thing that prevented him making the
trial end ho said that he would cer
tainly go up today If tho wind permit
Commodore C C Benedict Har
mons fatherinlaw prefers that his
sonlnluw should stay on the ground
Ill give you tho price of ten of
those machines ho said to Mr Har
mon If you will not go up
But Harmon turned the proffer
down I
Courtlandt Field Bishop president
of the Aero Club of America who Is
to act ar one of the chief judges of
the meet failed to arrive today In
time for the first flights Tho same
sort of blizzard weather that keep
and his associates on his way across
the continent for nearly eight days
delayed him and he will not get hero I
45 Pair Less r
AST THURSDAY we advertised
a line of 350 and 400 Patent
Leather and Vici Kid Turn and Welt
SHOES at he Low Price of
268 I j
After selling 3 days we now hnve 45 pairs less than when
first advertised Some people know good values We have
placed on this same table for a few days sonic 500 Patent
Leather Button shoes
Besides the above bargains we have u line or 250 and 300
Womens shoes at 195
Misses heavy winter shoes worth wLoO now 110 I
Childrens light or heavy shoes for school worth 525 now
only 95c i
m j
before tonight Lieutenant Beck an I
other of the judges also was delayed
and missed the first days events
J One ci tho features of tho meeting
will be flights by Mrs Paulhan wlfo
of the Frenchman who came with her
husband she speaks no English but
througn an Interpreter today sho an
nounced her Intention of flying
I Sho met Mrs Curtiss wife of the
chief American rival of Paulhan and
through tho same Interpreter tried to
Induce her to enter an unscheduled
i competition for women aviators
Mrs Curtiss has never yet essayed
to manipulate ono of the dangerous
flyers and It IB doubtful if she will
attempt any flights
I Mrs Paulhan however declared
that she would positively make at
least one flight and she Is no strang
er at the wheel of ono of the big
Fnrman biplanes and will carry out j
her Intention She says she Intends
at least to duplicate and If possible
ourpnss several flights she made In
Harmon Is planning another fea
ture but this one IB apart from the
aeroplane He has sent Invitations
to Governor Spry of Utah and Gover I
nor Sloan of Arizona to come hero
during the week and take a sail In his I
big balloon Now York
Governor Glllott of California will
be bore for the entire meeting and
he will ascend If the others will The
basket of the balloon Is large enough I
to accomodato a party of six or eight I
and the other guests will he accord
Ing to the plan Commodore Benedict
of New York and Professor Thnddous
C F Lowe of Pasadena who sailed a
balloon fro Cincinnati to the coast of
South Carolina a distance of more
than 750 miles In 24 hours This rec
ord was mndo In 1S61 and has not yet
been surpassed
Washington Jan 10 Senator El
kins chairman of the committee on
Interstate commerce will be the In
strument of the administration In pre
senting to the senate the administra
tion bill for tho amendment of the
interstate commerce Jaw He has not
decided Just when he will Introduce
the measure but It will go within the
next day or two The senator Is
known for his conservatism In the
matter of railroad legislation but ho
has Indicated lo President Taft his
willingness to support this measure I
Although It Is along somewhat ad
vanced lines Mr Elkins has reached
I the conclusion that it fairly ropre
I sents public opinion Ho says public
opinion demands regulation of the rail I
roads and he does not consider this
objectionable so long ns It stops short
of governmental management He
thinks the bill will bo enacted Into
law during tho present session
Washington Jan lOThe nomina
tion of Robert T Devlin to be United
States attorney for the northern dis
trict of California over which there
hud been a bitter contest for nearly
two years was referred today to i
subcommittee of the senate commit 1
too on Judiciary for Investigation i
This Is taken to Indicate that forme
charges made against Mr Devlin c + n j
neced with his conduct of certain
cases will be renewed
Joliet Ills Jan 10 James H I >
rig chairman of the National Commit
tee of the Peoples Party and editor
of the Jollot Dally News was nrrc + t
ed today on the charca of criminal
libel Tho warrant was sworn out hy
Mnor John Cronin and Police Chit
William C ittcMaaters who accuse the
editor of publishing ntntornents re
flecting on tho city administration
o 0
o Pltlsburg Ias Jan 11 = 9
o Robbers raided a resort known f
o tlS Turner Hill In Growberg a n
o mining camp near here today n
o nn h killed two men One olht J
o wnB wounded Pho robber 0
o escaped with 200 Twenty mel t
o wore In the place when th
o robbers entered These W1 1
o forced to line up and surren 0
o der their valuables 0
o Frank AnsUno and George 0
o SmIth resisted and were shot 0
o down Bert Turnc run lo 0
o their assistance were also shot Q
o but will recover 0
o ALert Cravens and Edward 0
o Alton were arrested later on 0
o n street car charged with the Q
o robbers They are In jail at ti
o Girard 0
o Q
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Attractions at The
New Ogden Theatre
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P rlmrose
t1 IDSre I S
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Wednesd y J a1ffiIDl ry 12
Mr George Primrose and his mammoth minstrel organization
will be seen at Now Ogden Theater Wednesday January Twelfth
The big company contains many wellknown comedians singers
and dancers and is said to be scenically equipped better than ever
before Eight big acts of great merit will be seen following the
first part including Gov Bowen with a rattling budget of new
stories and songs j Harvey Henderson and Lewis with their orig
inal comedy musical act which is filled with melodious jingles and
fun George H Primrose in his new dancing conception Dancers II
Past and Present wherein will be shown bits taken from the
work of more than twenty famous minstrel men dating back from
the days of the popular Billy Emerson to dancers of the present I
time liThe Guess Who Girls a comedy skit that will make you
exceedingly happy for about ten minutes j the Church City Four i
too well known to be commented upon here tho Ward Brothers
worlds greatest youthful dancers and three other novel features f
The performance concludes with a oharming oneact Southern spec
tacle in four scenes the first a wharf at New Orleans with the merry I
darkies loading the good ship Robert E Lee which is due to
sail that evening filled with lasses and cotton for the north and
incidentally carrying away two youthful darkies who arc making I
their first trip across the Mason and Dixon line j the next shows I
the Robert E Lee in the distance on her way up the Mississippi
The third finds the old darkies and mammies and their return from
the cotton fields and the fourth and last shows the two boys upon
their return to their old plantation home saddened but wiser after
their two months stay in the north The last is a beautiful South
ern picture depicting the merry darkej showing his happy man
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ner and method of celebrating the return home of those they love
and There are several quaint negro songs interpolated through the piece
as well as abundance of good wholesome comedy h
Seat sale Monday at Box Office Prices 100 75 50 and 26c
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