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e THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 mo
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11 We Offer You Dollars to Take the Goods Away
I i We make the offer in the the way of honest discounts on new c
I and handsome garments If you have an idea that Reduction Sales
have to do only with pick overs and the leavings youll find this iAn < jeSHk 751 j
sale a startling exception A look will prove us Everything in > Ow W >
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our store goes into this sale theres nothing too good and nothing t
reserved
Provident People are Picking up 8 any a Dollar Here Now r r
j FRED M NYE CO 1
2413 Washington Avenue
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January
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Sale Prices
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In all
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Departments
I A few choice numbers In Ladles
I Tailored Suits at 50 par cent off
Fine Panama Dress Skirts 500
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values 375
Tailored Walnts of fine linen and
I Madras Cloth 250 values
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at 195
Manlsh Shirts In One stripes and
checks 150 values at 95c
Flannelette Gowna special values
at 900 110 125 135 and 5150
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Childrens Heavy Winter Stockings
per pair 23c
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I The M M Wykes Co
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2336 WASHINGTON AVE
RANDOM
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Charles New Cafeteria a modern
I plant with the most modern appli
ances thoroughly sanitary meeting
1 tho most exacting requirement of the
I pujro food lawthe highest attain
s
I ment In the art of cooking and serv
I ing food Lunch 10SO to 230 Din
ner 500 to S00 237G Wash
Will Speak Sunday Dr Jane W
Skoffleld of Salt Lafre City will
speak at the North Weber Stako Re
lief society meeting to be hold at
230 oclock Sunday afternoon Jan
I 16th at tho Relief Society Stake
I house A cordial invitation Is extended
ex
I I tended to the women of the city to
I be present
Marriage License The county
j clerk today Issued a marriage license
I to John F Mattson of Ogden and Miss
Ray L Groeuwell
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I Handsome comfortable Tasty food
a great place to eat Charles Cafe
teria 237fi Wash
i Use B G Butter It will please
you
Burial of Irma BulloughFuneral
services for Irma Infant daughter
of Mr and Mrs Samuel Bullough
were held at 2 oclock Tuesday after
1 noon nt ho family residence 2110
Reeve avenue Members of the Third
I Ward choir rendered the selections
Nearer Dear Saviour to Thee and
I I O My Father Bishops Counsel
I lor Elms King and Elder B A Lar
I kin offered words of hope and con
I Bolatlon to the bereaved parents
i I Many beautiful floral offerings bore
I mute testimony of the sympathy of
r 1 friends unon the number
t among numborbolng a
largo Gates Ajar from employes at
I the Southern Pacific shops inter
ment wan made In Ogden City ceme
tery
Government inspected meat and
I pure food only at Charles Cafeteria
r j 2T7G Wash
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I The evening paper IB the paper of
today The morning paper Is the pa
I per of yesterday
I Canal ProjectAlex Toponce was
In Salt Lake yesterday on a business
mission In connection with the Star
Valley canal project
Coal call up Parker Rc Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
Funoral of Chao Ward Charles
Ward the Union Pacific brakeman I
I who was shot at Evanston Wyo lost
I I weak and brought to Ogden for treat
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Oracle Isis Globe
LOOK AT THIS LIST OF
FEATURES
THE LEGION OF HONORA
grand picture of heroism truo to his I
tory
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In THE DUKE OF DENOHIEN
Pathe Illustrates the tyrannous Injug
tico of the Bonapartes Tho pictures
being taken on the spot where the
events occurred In 1301
PARDNERS a story of the Klon
dyko holds the attention to the last
A story that lOOMS human hearts
I Every picture In each house Is Rood
i I including a number ot good comics
LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE
ISIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Spend a pleasant hour with uc
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meat died January 9th Funeral ser
vices will be hold at Rlchoys chapel
Thursday January 13th at 3 oclock
p m Rev John E Carver officiat
ing
Dr Forbes has resumed practice
400 Eccles Building usual office hours
Inspection Trip Superintendent
Gcntsah of tho Oregon Short Line
hotel and dining car service and P
J Murphy recently appointed Inspec
tor of service on that system will re
turn tonight from an Inspection of
hotels restaurants and eating houses
between Ogden and Sparks
COAL Call up Parker < fc Co for I
I rates on lump nut and slack Parker I
I Goal Co
New OperatorI W Cain recent
ly appointed telegraph operator at the
Rio Orando office In the Union Depot
was formerly manager for tho bureau
oC Information of the Gould roads at
St Lonla He Is becoming a popular
olDclul of the Rio Grande roud with
both employes and the traveling pub
lic
PEACOCKThe best Rook Springs
on the market Phone 27 John
Farr tr
Killing of WardCounty Attorney
Crawford of Evanston Wyoming ar
rived in Ogden last night to secure I
nvldonoe at tho general hospital re
garding tho treatment and death of
Charles Ward the Union Pacific
brakeman who was shot by Train
master Law last Thursday evening
Crawford left for his home this morn
ing hut declined to be Interviewed
regarding the merits of the case
wherein Law Is charged with tho
death of Ward
Going Ea tJack Reeves general
freight agent of the Oregon Short
Line road anti his assistant F H
Plalsted arrived from the south this
morning Mr Reeves continued on to
Chicago and Mr Plalsted who was
left while enjoying a lunch at the de
pot hotel will proceed east tonight
BLACK nAND
LETTERS I
OGDEN
Judging from letters received with
in the last few days by Judge H II
Henderson Black Hand Is casting its
shadow upon the wall Mr Henderson
Is at a loss to know who the party
or parties are nor can he understand
the reason for the communications
Ho doors not protend to say who Is
sending him these letters and he has
not the slightest idea where the re
sponsibility for the mysterious cor
respondence is to be placed
I am not the prosecuting attorney
of this county or district and why
anybody should warn me not to pros
ecute Mr Howell I cannot understand
The unit part I have played In tho
unfortunate accident that cost Mr
Faut hid life has been to represent
the interests of the widow at the cor
oners Inquest said Mr Henderson
this morning
Three letters one bearing the Stilt
Lake jostmnrk the other two bear
Ing UK Ogden postmark doted Janu I
ary 5th and Cth respectively have I
been received by Mr Henderson I
threatening him with destruction If
he proceeds farther In the socalled I
Will Howell cnse The letters are all
written In lend pencil and apparently
in the sambe hand
The letter bearing the earliest date
was enclosed In a large official size
plain envelope tho address being
written In Ink the other two wore
enclosed in envelopes bearing the
firm name of Last Thomas and
Browning Brothers of this city Ono
of these letters was written on a tel
egram blank of the Western Union
and the other on a blank piece of ac
count aer
The letter bearing the Salt Lake
OBtofllco mark of January fi 1910
reads as follows
Henderson Let up on Bill How
ell Drop your work against him You
shall never prosecute Bill Heed this
warning If you place any value on
your life Dont let this mach the
papers This is for YOU not for the
publicWord
Word to the Wine etc
The second letter received by Mr
Honderfcon bore the Ogdcn postmark
of January Gth 3910 It was written
on the blank form of telegram of the
AVeHtem Pnlon Telegraph Co and was
enclosed In a smallsited envelope
hearing the name of the business firm
of Lat Thomas It rends
1 H H Henderson Lot up on Bill
Howell You vlll pass In your checks
unless jn do damn quick
This letter bore no signature
Thu third letter was enclosed In a
small envelope containing tho norno of
the firm of Browning Brothers and
was written upon a piece of paper
tom from a larcesliod account book
The letter was delivered to Mr Hen
derson on the 9th of this month and it
read as follows I
H H Henderson If you value
jour life cease your efforts against
Will Howell You must go no further I
In this case You are a marked man
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unless you quit Let this bo a timely
warning to you IN NO CASE MAKE
THIS NOTE PUBLIC I
BEWARE
Will Howoll Interviewed
Mr Howell had his attention call I
ed to the above anonymous letters
and said I
I never wrote or caused to be writ I
ten those letters Such a thought
never occurred to mo I bear Mr Hen I
derson no 111 will He has acted In
this matter as ho boil a right to act
I have not the slightest Idea who
I wrote those letters Whoever ho is
he can he no friend of mine
I I feel that my case has been great
ly prejudiced by whoever wrote those
letters and I shall make every effort
to find out who this party Is
DEAD Of TUE
FORESTRY
SERVICE
A Washington dispatch late this af
ternoon announced that President
I Taft had decided to appoint Henry
S Graves head of the Yale school I
of forestry as chief of the forestry bu I
reau to succeed Olfford Plnchol
When a Standard bulletin announc
ing Graves selection as head of tho
forest service was read before the
Forest Supervisors convention In ses
sion in Ogden there were expressions
of great Joy the applause breaking
iu on tho regular order of business
and upsetting the proceedings for soy
ernl minutes Many of the supervis
ors nre from the Yale school of for
estry
NEGRO RESISTING ARREST
KILLS POLICEMAN
Leavenworth Inns Jan 12A ne
gro while resisting arrest shot and
killed Policeman Devinnlsh and seriously
ousl wounded Policeman Sweeney
He was arrested by other patrolmen
after a struggle The tragedy caused
much feeling among the soldiers at
Fort Leavenworth and the workmen
at the mines near here and throats
tn lynch the negro tonight were
made
RESIGNS FROM PRISON
Leavenworth Kas Jan nC K
Maccy who has been chief clerk In
the federal prison hero sine It was
established has tendered his resig
nation to take effect March 1 or as
soon as a successor can be appointed
Macey will associated himself with
an Irrigiitlqn company of Idaho and
other western states
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O SPECIAL MESSAGE READY O
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O Washington Jon 12Pres 0
O ident Tafts special message 0
O dealing with the conservatism 0 j
O of natural resources has been 0
O completed and will be sent to 0
O congress Friday noon 0
O Tho message will make about 0 I
O 3500 words and will refer gen 0
O erallv to the conservation hills 0 I I
O Thlch have boon prepared 0
O Secretary Balllngcr under the 0
O direction of the President and 0
O with the advice of the entire 0
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
EDWIN STEVENS
Aided by Miss Tina Marshall in
An Evening with Dickens
HOWARDS MUSICAL SHET
LANDS and Comedy Canines
FRANK TINNEY
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And He Did
THE ZANETTOS I
Novelty Entertainers I
Jas B DONOVAN ARNOLD I
Rena
In Their Original Nonsense Do
ing Well Thank You
MILT WOOD
The Dancer with the Ohair
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURED
LATEST NOVELTIES OR
PHEUM ORCHESTRA
Night Prices 50o 25c lOc Mati
I nee Prices 26c lOc lOc
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i I CJCIETY r
On December 29th MIos Mae Kelly
daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert W
Keller formerly of Ogden was mar
red to Mr Arthur Knapp In Ely
They will make their home for a time
I in Ely Nevada
Tho Ladles Aid society of the
Methodist Episcopal church will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs J R
Forrest at her home 2136 Adorns
avenue Mrs George Craig will as
sist Mrs Forrest In oiitortalnluc the
members of the society
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The Veteran Fireman will glvo an
oldfashioned ball on the evening of
Friday January Htb
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Senator and Mrs Fred 7 KJc6e1
nro homo from Sacramento Cal
where they spent the holidays most
delightfully with their son 1 F
Klcsel
The Alumni association of the Og
don high school has issued Invitations
for a dance which will be given nt
the Congress Jiall next Friday even
ing fanuar M It Is to be rather a i
dressy affair I
The Barncn society of the Method
ist church will oiitertnln at the home I
of B E Newton 222H Washington av
enue Thursday evening
On Friday evening at tho home of
Rev and Mrs Gv W McCreery 454
Twentyfourth street the young ladles
of the Phllathea society will give a
reception which promises to he quite
an Interesting affair
The Child Culture club will meet
next Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock
at the home of Mrs Ray Farr oa the
Canyon road
On Thursday evening Mr Thomas r
P Horn who has been called to Tacoma I
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coma Washington will be honored
with a farewell reception to be given I
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by the young people of the Congrega
tional church at the home of Mrs
Gunnell on Fowler avenue
Last evening there occurred at the
home of Mrs Bortha Geiger Blake a
pleasant surprise which was attended
bj about thirtyfive of her young lady
friends from the Bell telephone olllce
to celebrate the recent marriage of
Miss Gelger to Mr C W Blake of
Logan The gifts were handsome and
profuse all of which attests to the
esteem In which the young lady Is
held by all her friends Alter a very
pleasant evening had been spent the
merrymakers departed wishing Mrs
Blake a happy and prosperous future
Tho Ladies Auxiliary of the Span
ish War Veterans will meet at their
new quarters in the armory Thurs
day evening A royal good time is
oxpecteiL
Mr end Mrs William Qlanmann and
Mr and Mrs H C Stephens will oc
cup a box nt the Orpheum theater
tonight
Mrs Jack Thomas has her rooms
prettily decorated for a charming af
ternoon she Is giving the Jolly Sew
ing club
GfNERAl W AlliGf IS
OOED DY rJATION
Washington Jan 11A statute of
General Lew Wallace soldier author
and diplomat was placed In Statuary
ball at the capitol today Oliver P
Morton was governor of Indiana Is
the other citizen which had been hon
ored by the Hoosier slate In the same
manner
Captain John P Mogrnw who
served as an officer In General Wnl
laces command In the civil war pre
sided the figure being unveiled bv
Lew Wallace Jr grandson of tho
general Governor Marshall of indiana i
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diana accepted the statute on behalf
of his state I
1 0 fi DEN ITE
DIES ON
COAST
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E W Rhlvers for the past four
I teen years a telegraph operator for
tho Western union company at the
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Union Depot In this city died last
night In San Francisco after an Ill
ness of a week or ten days Mr
i Rhlvers in company with his wife
who was formerly Miss Look loft
I for the west before Christmas to visit
1 their ron who holds n poHillon with
I Chief Engineer Hood of the Southern
Pacific It was the first vacation Mr
Rhlveri had enjoyed for nearly a
score or para and ho and Mrs Rhlv
erA wore as happy as children as they
accepted passes for the trill from Su
I perintendent Manson It was the
event of their lives and as they step
ped aboard th o Southern Pacific train
they were surrounded by a host of
friends who extended felicitations and
wished the couple a pleasant trip
Arriving In San Francisco Mr and
+ Mrs Rhlvers met their son and were
enjoying themselves when the form
er was taken ill and removed to the
hospltnl where he passed away at 12
oclock Inst night
Mr Rhlvors was well and favor
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ably known In Ogden and his wife
is n popular member of a wellknown
tamlly In this cliy Thc news of his
j death came as a surprise to his
friends and expressions of sorrow are
heard liom those who have been as
I sociated with him In railroad service
for years
Arrangements In reference to inter
ment will bo announced later
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POTTER AT
CAPTAL
Acting Forester is In
troduced to the
President
Washington Jan 12 President
Taft and Secretary Wilson had sev
eral conferences today regarding the
appointment of a successor to Fores
ter PinchoL
The secretary introduced to the
President the acting forester Albert
F Potter who has Just returned from
the west and Henry F Graves head
of the Yale forestry school It was
said that the choice of a successor
probably lies between the two candi
dates
Seth Bullock marshall of South Da
kota ic was said had notified his
friends today that he preferred to
remain at his post in South Dakota
and requested they should not urge
him for Mr Plnchots place
Later the President decided to name
Graves
GRAND OLD TIME BALL
The Veteran Fireman will give an
other old time ball Friday Jan M
1910 At tho Royal Dancing Academy
All Invited
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Weve discovered flint wore a
rifle overstocked with suits and
overcoats that were very liable
to have some on hand at the end
I of the season hut
To prevent this business eatas
trophc we have decided to clear
out the surplus nt GENUINELY
cut prices these
Six to seven hundred snitsof
Dame Fashions stylewe are
now closing out at
25 e 50c on
the Dollar
Do we have to say II come
early 1 If youre wise you will
WatsonTanner
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PLANT FOR
ASHJNfi
BOiLERS
D Anderson of Chicago accom
panied by Mrs Anderson IE in the
city having apartments nt the Pacific
hotel at the Union depot Mr An
derson Is here for the purpose of In
stalling a hot water holler plant for
washing engines In the Southern Pa
cific shops It IB a new process for
cleaning boilers and one approved and
endorsed by Master Mechanic Ma
lone and other officials of the Harri
man system
The plant will be erected under the
personal supervision of Mr Anderson
as soon as weather conditions admit
and ho will remain until the work
has been accomplished
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O THREE PERSONS ARE 0
O BURNED TO DEATH 0
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O Norfolk Va Jan 12Thrcc 0
O persons two of them children 0
O were burned to death In a fire 0
O which early today destroyed 0
O several of the smaller build 0 I
O Ingd on the Jamestown expos 0 j
O tlon grounds Neva and Wai 0
O ter Halstead were suffocated 0 1
O anil burned Leon E Miles O
O the third victim was asleep In 0 1
O an upper room and his escape 0
O was cut off by the flames 0
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