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TIE STAJTiATn OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1910
CREDIT
Dont deprive yourself of com
forts because you cant spare the
ready cash Our liberal credit sys
tem makes It easy for you to be
well dressed and you can pay us
In small amounts weekly or month
ly
We carry nn Immense variety In
both Mens and Womens Ready
made Wearing Apparel and theres
no trouble In being suited or fit
ted here
All of our transactions are strict
Jy confidential and theres no red
ape necessary to opon an account
et the Mercantile Installment Co
T iE EATLE
STLL1T GO
Come select what you want
wear the garments now and pay
later
366 Twentyfourth St Harrys
cJOCETY
I ontlnued from Page Two
ALUMNI DANCE
The OGden High School Alumni
y dnd last evening In a beautiful
ni Inturc forest the effect being pro
f l tl by a world of southern smilax
i as festoons and draperies and the
Kifa which studded this mass of
f pn enhanced tho beauty of the
intily gowned girls who with their
cl r partners sparkled with wit and
liillllant repartee Tho pretty colon
ui1 programs contained eighteen
if uircs with four extras Tho music
vi 10 fino nnd would have mado any
mJ glad to dance
luring the evening delicious punch
ws rorved to about one hundred
1N 8tS
MONDAY EVENINGS BOX PARTY
On Monday evening tho attractions
nt tho Orphoum wero the Inspiration
li
for a number of box parties Dr and
Mrs II M Rowo having as their
I guests Rev and Mrs Fleotwood Dr
r and Mrs W G Dalrymplo and Mr
and Mrs Geo Mattson Others oc
cupying boxes wore Mr and Mrs M
S Drowning Mr and Mrs Frank Bills
Misses Georgia Young of Salt Lake
Haxol and Dorothy Browning 1Ifr and
Mrs WJllard Scowcrofl Miss Rosabel
Scowcroft Mr nnd Mrs David C Ec
cles and Mr and Mrs Arthur Kuhn
A CHARMING LUNCHEON
Mrs H TL Spencer In her usual
charming manner entertained recent
ly the members of her sewing club
with a delightful threecourse lunch
conThe parlors and dining room wore
prettily though simply decorated
andcovers were laid on the dining
room tablo for the members of tho
Sewing club and Miss Leonard of Dil
lon Montana and Mesdames Lynch
and Patrick Healy Jr as special
r
suests
WAS A SURPRISE
The Tolstoi circle surprised Mrs
Hattle Mlllor of RIverdalo Friday af
ternoon The ladioa took lots of good
things to eat and spent tho afternoon
most pleasantly Tho guests included
Mrs Nato Kuhn Mrs Alice Edwards
Mrs Cutting Mrs Newcombe Sr
Mrs A S Condon Mrs Martha
Hughes and two babies Mrs Hues
chol Mrs Walter Edwards and Mrs
Xclllo Newcombo and baby daughter
Doctor Fred G Clark will lecture
tomorrow morning to the parents
class of tho Fourth Ward Sunday
school His subject will bo Tho Laws
of Inheritance In Disease The sup
ervisor of tile parents department ex
tend an Invitation to the public
Mrs Henry Roaonbluth will entor
fain the members of the Toistol Cir
cle on tho afternoon of Tuesday Jan
IS S
Tho Council Crest club met with
NIBS AI Christeneon last evening at
her home 519 Twentyfirst street The
evening was spent In hearts and mu
sic Refreshments were served very
daintily and the party broke up about
11 p m
George Berry has returned from a
few days visit with old friends and
acquaintances at Corinne
S Rov Adam G Frank of Brigham
City was an Ogden visitor during the
weelc
Miss Eliza Hanson oE Logan has I
been visiting Ogden friends for a
number of days
Advertisers must nave their copy for
tho Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on which tho advertise
moat 1B to appear In order to Insure
publication
For Sale Old nownpapors cheap
Call at Standard office II
EkI
TO HAVE
Better Bread by getting
down to tho foundation of good bread
which is GOOD FLOUR
Youve heard about
S PERRYS
S CRESCENT
FLOUR
but have you tried it
Pelf tho way It is milled and the man
ner In which It IB put up makes H
the IDEAL FLOUR for making whole
one bread S
Order a sack from your grocer for
the rat batch of 1910 baiting
Theros nono bettor The wheat u
i ft
STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 68
Bell Phone two rings No 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 60
Bell Phone ono HnaNc 03
I
RANDOM
I fERENCES
The daintiest of pastry that Is pas
try at Charles Cafeteria 2IJ7G Wash
Quarterly ConferenceThe Weber
Stake quarterly conference will be
held next Sunday The visitors from
Salt Lako will be Elders Hyrum M
Smith and J Golden Kimball
Send In Your Items Early All com
munications for the society editress
must be sent In before 1030 on Sat
urday to Insure appearance In tho
Saturday evening papor It is the re
quest of this department that as
many communications as possible be
submitted Friday afternoon before
six oclock
Denny Smith a Father A 12pound
daughter was born last night to Mr
and Mrs D A Smyth at the European
hotel All are doing nicely
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
a specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Trainmaster Law of the Union Pa
cific road at Evanston has been dis
charged from custody for the alleg
ed murder of Charles Ward at Evans
ton Inrt Thursday and Is now out
on his own recognizance Brake
man Flynn the complaining witness
in the case whereIn Law Is charged
with the murder of Ward an ox
brakeman of the Union Pacific is i
waimd in Colorado arm a sheriff of
that suite passed through town this
morning to Like him back to that
suite lie with four other men is
charged with holding up and robbing
a ranchman of considerable money I
nnd Flynn will bo taken back for an
Investigation
For Sale2 heating stoves Inquire
for Mr Poultcr basement Standard
office
A B Moseley traveling passenger
agent of the HarrIman roads arrived
in town from a business trip to Ne
vada last night Mr Moseley reports
the Sagebrush state as Improving
3oldflold maintains Itsstandard and
is taking out the yellow metal with
regular precision and Tonopah is
really bettor than for the past two
or three years The new Tonopah
extension mill will start up in a few
days and will add largely to tho pres
ent payroll
Gillette Coal Co 153 West 27th
Both phones 107
Conjoint ConferenceA conjoint
conference of the Weber stake young
mens and young ladles associations
will bo held Sunday evening in the
tabernacle A good musical program
will be rendered by a quartette com
posed of Mrs Fred G Clark Mrs
William Allison Dr W F Paine and
Hagbert Anderson A solo will bo
rendered by Mrs TIllie Hancock
Poultcr The speakers will be J
Golden KImball and Apostle Hyrum
Smith of Suit Lake
Hot stuffhot stuff Is Lewis Good
Coal Phone U9
ANTEDClean white raga at tho
Standard
For Sale Old newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed tho bos
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Inc
140 Bell 499K
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
room consult John Scvwcroft Son
Company I
COTTON MARKET CONTINUES
TO BE SENSAIONAL
New York Tan 15ho cotton mar
ket had an excited opening today with
business on a trcmoudoua scale fol
lowing the sensational developments
of yesterday The market opened at
an advance of 32 to GS points Tho
large commission house which was
credited In the street with having
handled most of tho business of the
big bull leader Eugene P Scales
whose attempted May corner nud oth
er spectacular operations In the cot
ton market culminated In his sensa
tional liquidation of yesterday Issued
a statement today as follows
Tho selling by Mr Scales yester
day Is a sacrifice on his part for the
benefit of his friends as ho was the
largest target for the concentrated
fire from the bears and ho felt thero
was no use In standing to tip shot at
and having the market depressed on
his friends when by selling he could
relieve the situation
TURKEY PREPARING TO
SEND TROOPS TO CRETE
Berlin Jan 15A dispatch to the
Cologne Gazette from Constantinople
says tho Turkish government Is hold
ing 12000 troops in readiness to bu
sent to Crete
The Porto recently addressed a noto
to tho powers protesting against an
alleged new violation of the sover
eign rights of tho Sultan through the
Cretan executive committee taking the
oath of allegiance to King Georgo and
the adoption of a resolution by tho
Cretan assembly to Introduce tho Hoi
Ionic code of laws
Replies huvo boon received from
Great Britain and Russia both of
whom express rpgrct at the policy of
the Cretans and Intimated that meas
ures wore under way to prevent any
further acts oE a similar nature
FEDERAL DETECTIVES SEARCH
FOR CUBAN LOTTERY TICKETS
New York Jan 15Federal detec
tives nn at work In this city search
Ing for holders of Cuban lottery tick
ets It IB suspected that large num
bers of these have recently been sold
In New York Chicago Denver and
other American cities
A roady market or tho lottery tick
et has boon found according to tho
I secret service men among college stu
I dentK In Yale Prlnroton and several
wosteru institutions
ri 1 c JL 2
u
Ii NEW tfN
TO TUE nor
SPRiNGS
Tho Ogden Rapid Transit company
now has under consideration the ex
tension of their road to Brigham City
and It Is possible that It will be con
tinued farther north before the year
closes It la also planned to have the
canyon rond extended to tho upper
valley during the present season
Superintendent Bailey states Unit
the extension to Brigham City will
be commenced at an early date This
work will necessarily cause some
changes to bo made In tho line be I
tween Ogden and the Hot Springs
The plan at present Is to abandon
the Pleasant View route and follow
tho Plain City lino to Farr West
From that point the road will be built
direct to the Hot Springs a distance
of about four miles and from there
to Brigham City
The reason for abandoning tho
Pleasant View route Is to avoid a
heavy grade Superintendent Bailey
expresses the thought however that
If the company could build Its road
along the bank of the canal that
winds around the hill at Pleasant
View the roadbed would not have to
be changed but a few hundred feet
farther west and thus keep Plcaaatn
View on the lino If the rond goes
by way of Farr West a stub road
will be kept up ns far as North Og
den
It Is contemplated that the con
struction of the new road will begin
as soon as spring opens sufficiently to
permit railroad builders to work the
ground
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Farr West to Lorenzo Taylor part
of section 1 township fi north range
2 west Salt Lake meridian U S
survey 195
NEW BRKDfiE
AT CANYON
ENTRANCE
Tho Wheelwright Construction corn
S pany has taken the contract to re
move the timbers and Iron of the de
stroyed county bridge from the river
bed at the mouth of Ogden canyon
and is now busily engaged In the
work
It is not known just how long It
will require to remove the wreck so
as to unablo contractors to begin tho
construction of a new bridge but It
is expected that It will not take more
than a few days time
County Commissioner Madson stat
ed this morning that the erection of
a now bridge would bo begun as soon
ns possible and that In all likelihood
It would bo built of concrete By
placing concrete abutments on either
side of the river the bridge span can
be materially narrowed and the
bridge as a whole thus made much
stronger than before
The commissioner stated that tho
romovnl of the old bridge timbers and
steel was delayed until an understand
ing could be had with the Utah Light
Railway company as to the respon
olblllty for the wreck The work that
Is being done now Is at the Instance
of Engineer L L Dagron of Ole Light
company
STATUE OF LIBERTY PROVED
TO BE FOREIGNERS UNDOING
Now York Jan 15rho statue of
Liberty beacon of hope for millions
entering America has proved the un
doing of Emil Buzogeny and Frank
Horbath two Hungarian Immigrants
who will he deported on tho next east I
bound liner The two Hungarians who
had boon good Irlends throughout the I
passage from Hamburg lost their re
gard for each other soon after they
camo In sight of the statue Emil said
tho statue was made of bronze Frank
Insisted It was stone They tried to
settle the question with thoir fists
and continued their dispute oven af
tor they reached Ellis Island The
authorities considered this a bad be
ginning for wouldbe citizens and or
dered thorn deported on the ground
that they did not have enough money
to prevent their becoming possible
public charges
No Chance for FrIsco
Salt Lake Jan HI will hold the
fight on tho desert twenty miles from
nowhere before I will take It to San
Francisco with a local man as mann
qer declared Tox Rlckard tonight
when horead the statement of Jack
Gleason
I alono will be the manager of the
fight Rlckard continued I still plan
to hold the light In Salt Lake A box
Ing contest Is not against tho Utah
lawRlckard
Rlckard Is to meet with a number
of local business men tomorrow and
learn from thorn the situation as re
gards official Intention Before this
meeting Is held ho will not take Og
dens chances Into consideration
I was never able to use
my real ability to advantage
until I learned to distinguish
between what was good and
what was bad for me to eat
and drinkleaving the had
alone and using the good
POS TUM
solved the question of what
S to drink
Theres a Reason
I Postum Cereal Co Ltd Battle
I Creek Mich
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ORUNKS flN
POLICE
COURT
John Pumphrey had an Inning In
the municipal court again this morn
ing for drunkenness John has been
before tho court a number of times
during the past few months for over
indulgence In the use of Intoxicants
and In each Instance ho has been
sentenced to five days Imprisonment
This morning the court said It was
about time to do something to break
John of the habit If possible
Give him ten days In the jail
said the court and let us see If we
can get the liquor out of his system
Ho Is coming before tho court too
often
John Doo Howell acknowledged to
tho Judge that he had been on a
drunk the day before It was ordered
that ho pay a fine of SG or go to jail
for five days
Bert Cody pleaded guilt to tho
charge of vagrancy and he was sen
tenced to pay a fine of 10 or serve
ten days In Jail JUke ORlley was
given the same sentence for a like
offence
The case of D Wilson charged
with mendicancy was referred to the
Chief of Police for the purpose of de
termining Just what should be done
with the man He Is an ablebodied I
fellow who expressed a willingness to
work and yet tho testimony beforo
the court proved that he Is In the
habit of begging from the people
FURTHER DEAILS FOR
1913 WORLDS FAIR
Now York Jan 15 Further details
of plans for the Worlds Fair which
It Is proposed to hold in Now York
In 1913 have boon given out here
The fair It Is announced is to be
merely a preliminary to a permanent
Industrial exposition which tho found
ers of tho enterprise hope to establish
In New York Through this perman
ent oppositions promoters say the
products of the loading countries will
bo displayed constantly and It will bo
possible for visitors from foreign lands
to got a good idea of resources or man
ufacturers of any state or section of
tho union without going beyond the
limits of New York City It Is pro
posed also to build a permanent mid
way which shall be a rival to Coney
Island and shall bo In a largo way
a national pleasure ground
Options have been taken on a tract
of COD acres on Staton Island If tho
project Is successful launched the
next three years will be occupied In
erecting a large number of buildings
It Is proposed that each state shall
erect a permanent building of Its own
HEAVY LIQUIDATION OF
SPECULATIVE HOLDINGS
New York Jan 1There wan
lieavy liquidation of speculative hold
ings of stocks throughout tho week
Tho moral pressure exercised in con
nection with tho discipline adminis
tered for the Rock Island manipula
tion on December 27 was believed to
have forced the retlromont of some
ImporLant speoulatlvc commltments
Beyond this a profittaking move
ment was supposed to have been plan
ned for the opening weeks of the Now
Year to take advantage of casing mon
ey markets and tho general public de
mand for stocks which It was hoped
would bo stimulated The demand
proved Insufficient to absorb the liq
uidation
Prospective requirements in the
money market are supposed to neces
sitate the retrenchment of outlay for
speculation S
The course of events of events at
Washington keeps alive consideration
of relations between the national gov
ernment and corporations
IDENTIFICATION A
MAN FOUND DEAD
Chicago Jan identification of
a mun found dead In the Breslow ho
tel at Biloxi Miss Tuesday was
made hero today by Colonel F E
Eastman city statistician as that of
his son Barrett Eastman for years
known to Chicagoans as a dramatic
critic
A photograph of the body sent here
by the police of tho Mississippi city
was declared by Colonel Eastman to
be a picture of his son All Indica
tions in the Biloxi hotel were that the
man had ended his life with poison
and had sought to prevent Idontlllca
tion by destroying papers which he
carried
HUMPHREY DID LARGE
MAIL ORDER BUSINESS
Now YorkJan 15Loluled shapes
crap dice seven every roll was tho
war in which Edward S Humphrey
convicted yesterday In the United
States circuit court of using tho mails
to defraud described his wares to
prospective buyers
Humphrey formerly had a factory
tho largest of its kind In tho world
for making loaded crap dice etc In
tho Cat klll mountains It was re
cently raided by the authorities Tho
evidence Indicated that for three years
ho had done a large mail order busi
ness
LABOR FEDERATION
SELECTS OFFICERS
Salt Lake Jan 15At a wellat
tended meeting of the Salt Lake City
Federation of Labor held at the Fed
eration of Labor hall corner of Fourth
South and State streets Friday night
officers for the ensuing six months
were elected and Installed The offi
cers follow President A H Niesa
vice president H T Llsvcy corre
sponding secretary Allen Burt finan
cial secretary H E Milton treasurer
H K Russell new director R E
Currie sorgeantntarms R T
Hughes Janitor Karl Ostby
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TOiIR A MEN1
AT TilE
ARMORY
A wrestling tournament has been
arranged for at the Armory building
next week It Is expected that there
will be three nights of wrestling
among the amateurs of tho city Tho
object of tho contest is to work up
enough Interest with the athletic fans
to organize a wrestling team in Ogden
with the view of competing with the
Y M C A of Salt Lake
Those who are promoting the propo
sition are confident that Ogden has
as good material for the wrestling
gnmo as any other city In the western
country and It Is hoped that some
thing may be done to bring that talent
to the front and present It to tho pub
lic In such way as to warrant success
ful training and contests
Tho contests nt the Armory will be
held Monday Wednesday and Friday
nights of next week The main con
test Monday night will be between
James Clean and Arthur Cheater
with preliminary bouts
ANIMURA
WRITES TO
UEYWOOD
Issa Tanlmura the Mikados spec
ial representative who attended tho
sheep show in Ogden writing from
Denver to A R Heywood president
of the Weber club says
My Dear Sir Having left Ogden
on the 0 oclock train on last Saturday
night I reached here on the Monday
morning following The livestock con
vention opened here yesterday and
will last until tomorrow evening when
I shall leave tho city for Chicago
Tho sheep show they have hore Is
quite poor In comparison with that at
Ogden
Today I made an address bofore the
convention on Japanese Animal Hus
bandry which will appear In tomor
rows papers In full
Taking this opportunity I express
my heartfelt thanks for your warm
friendly welcome shown me while in
> our charming town and I trust that
at some future day I will be able
to reciprocate whon you get over to
Japan
JapanWill
Will write Mr Fell another lottor
Thanking you again for your cordial
ity I am yours sincerely
Signed ISSA TANIMURA
INFECTION HUMAN BEINGC
BY PLAGUE FROM SQUIRRELS
Washington Jan Knowledge
regarding infection of human beings
with plague from squirrels along the
Pacific coast is very limited So states
George W McCoy passed assistant
surgeon of the public health and
marine hospital service In a bulletin
on tho evidence of plague infection
among ground squirrels just Issued
by the bureau
Dr McCoy gives it as his personal
opinion that tho number of human
beings to be directly Infected from
squirrels will never constitute a large
element In the mortality and the mor
bidity of tho Infected section With
the knowledge that the disease exists
among the rodents appropriate meas
ures will reduce the risk of Its spread
to a minimum and enable municipali
tiesto protect themselves against an
Infection of their rats from squirrels
UNITED STATES WILL SOON
HAVE NATIONAL GALLERY
Chicago Jan ISWm E Curtis
writing for tho Chicago RecordHerald
says The United States will soon have
a national gallery like England
I France Germany Austria and other
nations The government owns more
than a million dollars worth of pic
tures and quite a collection of sculp
ture and other examples of the fine
arts entirely distinct from time mng
nlfcent display of the Industrial arts
which overcrowd tho national muse
um There is no finer collection In
the world Every expert will toll you
that not only the contents but especial
ly the Installation
HERMIT OF MELROSE DIES
IN TERRIBLE BLIZZARD
Mclro Mass Tan 15The her
mit of Molroso George Henry Ireson
an Enpllohman who has lived alone
in a small hut on Swains hill for
nearly thirty years Is dead from ex
posure to the blizzard which swept
Now England this week Ircaon was
I n member of a wealthy English fam
ily nnd left home when a young man
because in a fit of temper he had
struck and seriously injured his
father He never forgave himself for
this act Ireson was a grout student
and occupied much of his time In
writing What merit his writings
had will never be known for he care
fully destroyed all his papers before
he died
MAHMOUT AND ZBYSZSKO
TO WRESTLE HANDICAP
Chicago Jan 15 Yusslff Mahmout
the Turk and Stanislaw Zbyszsko Cy
ganlcwlcz tho Polish champion wore
matched yesterday to wrestle a han
dicap bout In private on January 30
for 500 a side According to the articles
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tides of management Mahmout Is to
throw the Polo twice In one hour of
I actual wrestling or lose the match If
the Pole gains a fall he shall he de
clared the winner The place Is to be
selected by E W Smith who will act
as referee name the official timekeep
ers and arrange other details of the
match
S But after all there IB no denying
I that tho blackest thing about that
north pole mixup is Matt Henson
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StlORIUAND
AT WEBER
ACADEMY
Supt Frank M Driggs of the School
for the Deaf and Blind addressed the
student body In general assembly last I
Wednesday
Great Interest Is manifested by the
different classes In the Intorclass de
bates that are now under way At
the sophomore freshmen debate held
on last Tuesday afternoon nearly the
entire student body remained to hear
It
Prof Jensen Is getting good results
from the Hah eggs that woro placed
In the aquarium last November Near
ly a hundred fish have been hatched I
The students are not only Interested
In process of hatching but arc watch
Ing tho growth and development of
the tiny trout This Is live zoology
Tho class in agriculture continues
to grow In number nnd popularity
Prof Porter Is working hard to make
this one of tho most Interesting prac
tical and Instructive courses In the
Weber academy
Tho bund Is to give a concert In
tho near future Tho orchestra and
choir arc working hard for their next
recital whIch Is to bo given during
the fourth period on the last Wed
nesday of this month To these re
citals the patrons of the Institution
and public are cordially invited Ad
mission Is not charged
The Academy is prepared to handle
the midyear graduates next Monday
From present Indications there will
bo quiet a number applicants
Modern shorthand a new system Is
fast supplanting the Pitman system
In tho academy Thirty students have
switched from the Pitman to the mod
ern system already The new system
can bo learned In onefourth of the
time can be written 30 per cent fast
er than any other system and can
be read almost like print
The Alumni are getting ready for
n grand ball The event will como
off In tile near future
UNIDENTIFIED MAN LOSES
HIS LIFE IN CHCAGO
Chicago Jan 15Whlle warming
himself at a manhole near tho Polk
street railroad station an unidenti
fied homeless man lost his life today
by losing his balance and plunging
down among the numerous exhaust
pipes The victim was suffocated by
the escaping steam before assistance
arrived
ACTIVITY ON
THE CHANGE
Salt Lake Jan HOn the local
exchange this morning trading was
small and the interest manifest wan
below normal Tho only redeeming
feature of the case was the fact that
a number of the stocks that have
been hammered down of late showed
a decided disposition to Improve
Columbus Consolidated led in this
respect as with the return of General
Manager Jacobson It was learned that
conditions at the mine were quite sat
isfactory and that there was no rca
ton for the sudden slump that was In
augurated some lime ago The stock
sold up to 11212
Both Grand Central and Ohio Cop
per showed In bettor form the recov
ery coming in part from the fact that
tho short Interests were willing to
toko their profits at these prices Ohio
Copper gained on the strength of a
statement Just Issued which shows
that the property Is more than pay
Ing its way and the assurance that
the remainder of the equipment for
the mill would bo rushed to the plant
and installed
BIG LEAK AT
I AMERICAN FORK
American Fork Jan HThere IB a
disposition In some quarters to defy
the new prohibition ordinance which
went Into effect on the first of tho
year If convictions arc bad how
over it will go hard with the violators
of the law as the olllclals are deter
mined to enforce the ordinance
Peter Adamson of the firm of Ad
amson Co who conducted a saloon
hero prior to the first of the year
was arrested last evening on the
charge of selling whisky After being
confined Iri the city Jail for a short
time he was released on 300 ball Tho
case was to have como before Justice
Cunningham this morning at cloven
oclock but was continued until Jan
ID at 930 a m
The arrest of Adamson grew out of
the arrest and conviction of Joseph
Brown for drunkenness a few days
since at which time ho was found In
possession of a bottle of whisky and
was finally Induced to tell who sold ft
to him Attorney D D Houtz of Provo
is representing the defendant and A
J Evans the prosecution
Richard Walker and Vernon Larson
both of this place were arreuted last
evening for being In an Intoxicated
condition on the streets and are now
S confined In the city Jail awaiting their
hearing
REPRODUCING A BASEBALL GAME
ON BOARD
By reason of the electric score
board an Invention of tho past couple
of years it is no longer necessary
to attend a baseball game to watch
each play In its making On the
board is a diamond and an outfield
and on each side is tho complete line
up of all players on both sides Each
player is shown as he goos to bat The
pitcher throws tho bull and If it Is
not hit tho board designates a strike
or ballo If the butter connects with
the ball a fair bull or foul Is recorded
then tho lights that reprosent the dif
ferent diamond nnd field positions
show which opposing player received
the ball what he did with It whether
the playora made any moves on bases
and whether or not the batter was
safe or out Some Interesting Illustra
tions In the FebruaryPopunr Mechan
ics show Just how tho board Is pp
crated
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Halts timil Pill arc the best
TUNGSTEN lAMP
The right lamp at the right price
Sunbeam Tungsten Lamps aro
unexcelled for Ilf0 and brilliancy
To use the Tungsten means to re
duce your light bill and have twice
tho light for less money If ycu
have not used thorn
call and lot us
explain
Snively S Hendry
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
OGDEN lURE EXCHANGE
326 25th street
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hair Just as sorely as rain
aDd snnsbJno rals j crops It produces a tlileS
nrowtb of luxuriant hair when all othr rcrao o
4ai fall J Y ° ruartu too DanOorlno All drug
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prOTO Ita worth tend thlo ad with lou In stump
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WHY THEY FAIL
MOST PILE REMEDIES MISS THE
THE CAUSE OF PILES
Disagreeable treatment with oint
ments or suppositories usually falls
to cure piles and cutting them off
wont remove the cause Such treat
ment only moderates the outside ef
fects of tho disease and falls to rom
edy the Inside cause The uptodate
doctors now use Internal medicine
to freo the circulation In the lower
bowels and so remove the disease
Dr Leonhardts HemHold the
first and only guaranteed Internal pile
cureIn the form of tabletscures
any kind of pilots Sold by Badcono
Pharmacy Ogden Utah 1 for large
box Dr Leonhardt Co Station B
Buffalo N Y
IN SECOND BOUT KARP IS
WINNER FROM ANDERSON
In a wrestling bout equally as bril
liant as the one at Ogden Stanley
Karp won the right to meet Mlko
Yokel by defeating Gus Anderson last
night at the Salt Lako theater be
fore a representative crowd of wrest
ling followers It was a match that
pleased everyone in tho house and
everyone was sorry for those that did
not see the bout
Karp won the first fall after one
hour and ten minutes with tbo fa
mous Golch toe hold The second
came after twentythree and onehalf
minutes with a leg lock and wrist
hold
W V Call of Brigham City was In
Ogden yesterday looking after busl
ness Interests
A NOTRE DAME LADYS APPEAL
To nil knowing autftrvro of rboumatlvn
ivhrthcr muicular or of tbo Joint eolation
lumbsgoj backache polos In iso kldncyt or
neuralgia pains to write to her rOT a horan
tmtmtnt which has rcpentrdly cured all of
thffc torture She clft It hrr duty to rend
It to all Iulffre FREE You cure yourttlf
nl home ae thousand will itnilfy na chance
of climate brine ccscari Thli ample
dtscovfry bonlihto uric acid from the Mood
looccna the UffenKl Joint purlflce the Hood
ATd brtprilfn tbe ns giving clMUclty arvd
lone to tin holo syittm If the Mbovij Jn
lorrflti you for proof adWotM Mr SL Sum
men Box H Noiro Dame Ind
Of Interest to
the Public
December January and February
are the months for big lighting bills
Anticipating that Coming Events
Cast Their Shadows Before we pub
lished a series of educational adver
tisements during October and Novem
ber on the economies of the Tung
sten Lamp commonly called bulbs
and globes
We told you to use a Tungsten In
the room where you use the most
lightIt would not be economy to
place them where you now use four
and eight candle lamps The small
est Tungstens are twentyfive
candle power and use forty watts of
electricity every hour while burning
An eightcaudle Edison lamp uses
forty watts per hour therefore in this
case you would not economize in cur
rent but you would get twentyfive
candles Instead of eight candles for
the same amount of current con
sumed
Time slxtccncandle Edison lamp
consumes sixtyfive watts of electric
ity each hour while burning
Tho twentyflvocandle Tungsten
consumes forty watts per hour in
this the Tungsten saves you 38 per
cent In tho current used and 36 per
rent more light received
I In the store if you change to tho
new lamp nnd do not Increase tho
Illumination you will save 3S to 40
por cent of the current formerly used
Tho demand for Increased Illumination
to
tion will no doubt encourage you
displace thlrtycandlo Edison lamps
and in their place install eighty to
100candle Tungstens This will In
crease the Illumination iSO per cent
and your blllo from 12 to 20 per cent
Our engineers are at your service
ol1r Illumination
to assist you in arranging your
mination to get tho greatest effect
with the smallest consumption of current
I
rent
DECKER
Local Manager for Utah Light
Railway Company

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