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We are not a TRUST but we
TRUST
you on your promise
WEARING APPAREL FOR
LADIES MEN and CHILD
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I The Mercantile Installment Co
I I 366 24th Street
Harry Rcinshriber Mgr
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Of the Second Judicial District of the
State of Utah in and for the
County of Weber
t In the matter of the dislncorpora
tlon of the Thomas EUierlngton
I Sons Company a Corporation
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho I
THOMAS ETHERINGTOX SONS I
COIPANY a corporation of tho State
of Utah baa presented to the above I
named Court petition praying to bo
allowed to disincorporate and dis I
solve and that Saturdav February
2Cth 1910 at ten oclock In the fore
noon has boon appointed as the time
and the court room of the District
Court of Weber County In Ogden Clty
Utah as the place at which said ap
plication will bo heard At any time
before the expiration of said day last
named any person may file his objec
tlonj to the application of said cor
poration and Itn directors for the dis
solution thereof
I WINESS the Clerk of said Court
fit h the seal thereof affixed this
20tL day of January A D 1010
SISAL S G Pyi3 Clerk
Messrs Richards Boyd attor
nECcs for Petitioner
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENTHorsc and Wagon
Alao barn Apply A Bailey 147
Sbort n Ave 1 20 Uwk
GIRL for general housework 2559
Moriroe Ave 1 20 Iwk
BRACELET Grace engraved Under
plpnso return to 250C Lincoln and
receho reward 1 20 It
WOMAN CUT
Will A
CfHSEL
George C Streoter was arrested
last evening on the charge of assault
with a deadly weapon but was soon
released on his own recognizance a
formal complaint being made against I
him by the county attorney today
The alleged assault wits occasioned
through some misunderstanding be
tWeen Mr Streeter and Mrs A C
Riley both parties living at 129
Stuarts Lane between Twentyfirst
and Twentysecond streets Immedi
ately cast of Washington avenue re
garding the vacation of tho part of
tho house occupied by Mrs Riley
Mrs Riley Is a tenant of Mr Street
er and according totho story told by
Mrs Riley and others ho ordered her
to vacate tho placo a number of days
ago but silo failed to do so Last
evening Mr Streeter spoke to the
lady about the matter and soon hot
words were uttered by both parties
Mrs Riley became angered at what
Streetor said to her and she ordered
him to leave the house at the time
throwing hot water upon him and
striking him In the face with a cof
fee pot
Mr Streeter had a chisel In his
hand and Mrs Riley says used It on
her Aff evidence of the chiseling
Mrs Riley today exhibits a scalp
wound and deep cut on her loft hand
The woman slates that she had been
111 for a number of days and that it
was Impossible for her to move and
that she was much aggravated by Mr
Streeters actions
The trouble between the two cre
ated a small sensation In the neighbor
hood and the officers of the law to
gether with a physician were called
to restore pence
WISHYWASHY SONGS
OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
Chicago Jan 20 Wishywashy
songs in the present day Sunday
schools were denounced yesterday by
the Rev David G Downey corroapond
Ing secretary of the board of Sunday
schools of tho Methodist Episcopal
church at the annual meeting of the
board I
boardMan
Man of the songs aro spiritless
and out of date said Mr Downey
In their theology and way of pre
senting truth they are not In accord
ance with the present belief ot our
Sunday school leaders
C H Bcathy superintendent of the
Salt Lake Ogden or Bamborgcr
line has resigned and his assistant
E H Hodson is acting superintend
ent
D
j For 1leOld newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
I1iILi
TO HAVE
Bettor Dread by getting
down to the foundation ot good bread
hlch Is GOOD FLOURI
Youve heard about
PEERYS
i CRESCENT
J FLOUR
I
ft but have you tried It7
olf the way It Is milled and tho man
nor In rhlch It is put up makes 1L
the IDEAL FLOUR for making whole
some bread
Order a sack from your grocer for
the rut batch of 1910 baking I
There nono better The wheat It
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMO
Ind Phone two rings No 53
I Ben Phone two ringsNO 68
eUSINESS OFFICE
I Ind Phone ono ringNo 58
Bell Phone one ringNo Si
RANDOM
I REFERENCES
Son Arrlvca A tenpound boy was
I born to Mr and Mrs A H Jenkins of
129 Twentyseventh street yesterday
morning at 10 oclock Mother and
son doing nicely
The daintiest of pastry that Is pas
try at Charles Cafeteria 237C Wash
Archie Bowman of the Utah Con
struction Co came in from Orville
California last night and will remain
a few days shaking hands with
friends
Send In Your Items 1rlyAIl com
munications for the society editress
must be sent in before 1030 on Sat
urday to Insure appearance in the
Saturday evening paper It Is the re
quest of this department that as
many communications us possible be
submitted Friday afternoon before
six oclock
Notice of an appeal to the supreme I
cQurt from the action of the district I
judge In holding that E J Manning I
Is an incompetent person and the ap
pointment of Sarah E Roylance as
guardian of his person andcetitc was
filed yesterday by Mannings attorney
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
a cpcclalty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 112 25th
Alleging that tho district judge er
I red In his Instructions to tho Junyi and
his rulings during the trial of G H
Converse who wus convicted of graua
larceny by a Jury in the district court
last week a notice of a motion for a
new trial was filed yesterday by J E
Basloy tho attorney for the prisoner
Converse was tried on the charge of
stealing ostrich plumes from the Ly
man Brothers Mllllneny store valuca
at 200
For Sale2 heating stoves Inquire
for Mr Poulter basement Standard
office
Alleging that portions of the com
plaint filed against Dora B Toplium
otherwise known as Belle London In
which K Suzuki a Jap la seeking
10 recover iuu aiiegea to nave noon
lost In one of the resorts of tho roa
light district are scandalous imper
tinent irrevelant and redundant At
torney E T Hulaniskl who Is repre
senting tho woman In the action yes
terday filed a motion to strike out
the objectionable portions of the In
strument A demurrer to the com
plaint was filed at the samo time in
which It la asserted that the com
plaint does not state facts sulllclent
to constitute a cause of action I
Hot stuffhot stuff is Lewis Good
Coal Phono 149
Stops wcro taken In the district
court yesterday by the directors ol
the Thomas Ethorington < t Sons com
pany of West Weber to disincorpor
ate A petition from George W Eth
erlngton James A Etherlngton John
N Ethcrington Susan A McFarland
and Mary E McFarland who compose
the board of directors was filed with
the district court In which it was stat
ed that there are now no liabilities
against the company and that It had
been decided to dissolve the corpora
tion at a recent meeting of the direc
torate February 26 was set by the I
court as the day upon which the hear
ing will be held
WANTED Clean white rags at the
Standard
C W McCartcy for the past few
months employed In the Salt Lake
City ofllces of the Salt Lake Route
has accepted a position in the freight
department of the Denver Rio
Grande
WANTED Girl to do cooking and
kitchen work 533 26th St
F H Plaisted assistant general
freight agent of tho Oregon Short
Lino has returned from a trip to Chi
cago Mr Plalatcd says the west is
not as severely afflicted with storms
as tho east and that traffic conditions
are wore Chicago than hero
A B Ayers formerly traveling pas
senger agent ot the Denver Rio
Grande at St Louis passed through
Ogden yesterday en route to Butte
where he will succeed E R Hunt as
district passenger agent
Lew Harding representing tho
Colorado Midland at Salt Lake was
an Ogden visitor yesterday
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed tho bes
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Inc
140 Bell 499K
New Baby GirlA fine little daugh
ter was burn to the wife of C E
Forbes at GIG Twentyfirst street on
the morning January 11
SUITS FOR SMALL SUMS
IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT
In the civil division of the muni
cipal court this morning George C
Streeter commenced suit against Mrs
A C Riley to regain possession of
certain promises that the latter
claims right to possession of under
a lease
The Farmers and Merchants bank
Is suing the firm of Cole Butts to
recover 220 alleged to be duo on
a certain promissory note
James Gaines has commenced a civ
il action against the Southern Pacific
Railway company to recover 128
claimed to be due ns damagos for tho
killing of stock
J H Ray in a suit begun this morn
ing against the Grecnhalgh Remedy
company claims damages in the sum
of J22S Thedamatjos are claimed to
be duo by virtue of plaintiff using
medicinal remedies administered by
the defendant company
GREAT NORTHERN TRAINS
HELD BY 8NOWSLIDE
Seattle Jan lNo Great North
ern trains havo arrived here since
Saturday Trains have been hold up
in the Cascade mountains a hu0
snowBlldo 300 feet long and fifteen
feet doep It Is hoped the line will I
be opened tomorrow I
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F u
I MAN Y A IR E
CALLED AS
JURY MEN
The attorneys in the Nick Vacos
murder case have been sines Tues
day afternoon trying to get a Jury
At 10 oclock this
morning two yen
ires had been exhausted In securing
ten jurors The second special yen
ire was then taken up and It seems
that an additional venire will have to
be secured before the jury will be
completed
From the examination of Jurorn It
Is evident there is much sentiment
against the defendant
It Is thought that when the case
Is in actual progress It will be one
of the hardest fought and most sen
sational tried In the district court In
sorno time
The sheriffs force was out all
night securing tho second special ven
ire Oout of two venires of 110 mell
9 Jurymen had been secured and this
morning the other special vonlrc was
examined to get tho other three
The counsel for the defense at the
afternoon session of court rather sur
prised the court by rccntering a mo
tion for a change of venue on account
of prejudice and the popular senti
ment which is antagonistic to the de
fense and on account of remarks
made before the jurymen scoured by
different men examined from the sev
eral venires
Counsel for defense does not think
his client cnn secure a fair trial I
here whore public sentiment so un
favorable
The court denied tho motion for a
change of venue and tho examination
of other jurymen was proceeded with
Tho jurymen secured arc
William Gale
Jos Giles 0
0 Wm Hall
Arthur J Crane
C H Martin
Hugh 0 McLean
Wm Hunt
C E Storey
Robert Cowan
Walter Barlow
UNTEURBAN
NORTU Of
06DEN 0
Negotiations are now under way
looking to the building of an interur
ban line connecting with the Salt
Lake Ogden at Ogden and Salt
Lake The road Is to extend Into Bos
Elder county on the north and south
as far as Payson Utah according to a
statement made by Mr Simon Bam
berger today
Both prior to and during his recent
visit to tho east the matter of the pro
posed line was taken up with Mr
Bamberger by a group of eastern capi
talists and has so far progressed that
Mr Bamberger expresses confidence
in the ultimate sucoss of the plan that
will link a continuous electric lino ex
tending from Brlgham City through
Ogden Salt Lake Provo and other
points to Paysori
I feel certain that tho proposed In
tcrurban line will be built in the not
faroff future There have been sim
ilar projects before but the road has
been Invariably built on paper and
that was the end of the scheme This
tlmo however the project has real
backing and IB supported by a group
well able to bring about Its accom
plishment
So far as our road is concerned we
will have no interest In the new lino
other than those of traffic arrange
ments We will connect with the pro
posed line at both Ogden and Salt
LakeThe
The proposed route for the now in
terurban will tap an immensely rich
territory and with assist greatly In
the development of the Interior sec
tions through which the roar will run
Tho work of electrifying our road
Is progressing favorably and we will
be operating our trains under electric
power not later than tho end of May
We expect to have the car barns com
pleted within thirty days and the new
cars will be here by then The con
struction of tho power house at La
goon and the substations at Ogden
Clearfleld and Lagoon is being has
tened The walls of the buildings are
up and we are now putting on the
roofs All the machinery Is en route
and there will be no delay In Its in
stallation 0
J
c50CIETY
Miss Lillian Drookheart who has
been a guest of her slater Mrs F
W Quinne will leave for her home
in Washington Iowa noxt Monday
The Comblmn Club Is meeting with
Mrs B F Livingston this afternoon
Mrs Wm Craig president of the
W C T U opened the doors of her
home yesterday to the members who
surprised their beloved treasurer
Miss Chapman with a Duos Shower
Thoro was an Interesting program af
ter which refreshments wore served
In his ofllces jostorday afternoon at
5 oclock Judge Howell united in mar
riage Francis M Hatflcld and Miss
Myrtle M Squires of Salt Lake
HOW PROHIBITIOr
WORKS IN LOGAN
Logan Jan 17Tbo city and coun
ty Jail has been ompt and open for
several days now a thing that has not
happened for several years at least
according to the statements of officers
hero 01 course thero are some who
will claim that tho adoption of prohl
hiLton had nothing to do with this but
it Is striking that it should occur Just
as soon as prohibition hud gonc
Into effect ha advocates of prohibi
tion however are pointing to tho fact
with a good deal of pride
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BUILDING
OF fiOUlD
ROAD
High tribute was paid to the Utah
Construction company fonts sharo In
tho building of the Western Pacific
railroad when the business interests
of California represented In the San
Francisco Chamber of Commerce and
the ofllclals of the road met at a ban
quet given January 7
Tho occasion had the double pur
pose of honoring Chief Engineer V
G Boguc ot the Western Pacific and
signalizing tho completion of the new
est Pacific highway
Felicitous speeches marked the ban
quet evening and the speakers were
men prominent In the commercial af
fairs of the west and high ofllclals In
railroad circles President W H Wat
tis of the Utah Construction company
was an Invited guest He returned
from the coast this morning
Chief Engineer Bogue in his re
sponse took occasion to thank the
workers upon whom fell the task of
the actual construction and to com
pliment the Utah Construction com
pany for its groat share in the build
ing of the road
Chief Engineer Bogue said
A railroad has boen built across
the mountains and plains from San
Francisco to Salt Lake City nine
hundred twentyseven miles It has
been a groat Undertaking one of the
greatest of our timo
You have asked us to meet you
hero at this banquet to congratulate
UB and as well yourselves and tho
people at large on tho completion of
this work and to greet and welcome
those who are to operate the property
In behalf of all those bravo mon
and good who have been associated
with me as well as In my own behalf
I oxtend thanks for tho high honor you
hero pay us I shall always remember
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this occasion with gratitude and
prideA
A railroad like the Western Pacific
Is the outcome of a vast amount of
human endeavor No man can claim
nil tho credit There are the origin 0
al promoters the engineering legal
and accounting staffs the contractors
and worlcinen and abovo all the bank
ers and the company which may stand
ns guarantee that the funds for con
struction will bo provided Besides
all these there are the multifarious
elements including moral support
such as you have extended to us all
of which go to make up the total
The conception of a competing
road from San Francisco to Salt Lake
City had been often considered by
various companies and engineers dmr
Intr man earn before thA construe
tion of the Western Pacific was un
dertaken but with respect to the idea
which the Western Pacific now repre
sents lasting credit should be given H
our worthy president Mr E T Jeff
ery of New York A former citizen
of San Francisco also had much to
do with the enterprise in Its incep
tion and I want to say hero that ho
ought not to be altogether forgotten
heroThe
The construction of the Western
Pacific has been carried on during
troublous times Wo have had to con
tend with serious shortage of labori
and transportation facilities with two
big floods the fire which destroyed
San Francisco nnd the panic of 1907
Tho effect of all those cannot bo ful
ly appreciated except by those who
aro familiar with their effects upon
works such as ours They have been
demoralizing nnd discouraging but
through all contingencies and dllflcul
tIes our president in New York upon
whoso shoulders fell the task of de
vising ways and means of providing
IiO
funds also Mr George Gould and the
bankers Mr Blair Mr Solomon and
Mr Read have stood by us with un
flagging Interest and zeal No mater 0
what difficulty presented itself they
have not faltered but have gone stead
ily forward with faith In the outcome
I desire especially t say a word In
behalf of tho engineers who have as
sisted me these years many of whom
have displayed great talent Many of
thorn have frequently risked their
lives along the canyons of the Nor I
Fork of the Feather river and Its trib
utaries from day to day in making the
surveys and setting the points for the
guidance of contractors and workmen
They have thus shown a willingness
to give wp all In behalf of this enter
prise They are our heroes
I must not fall to mention also the
great contracting firm The Utah Con
struction company which had the
contract for moat of tho line They
have done their work in the moat
faithful manner aud have been Call
and us honest in their transactions with
As to myself the work has been
one of prido and love pride in tho
work itself and pride of profession
and lovo bocause I believed and be
llevo now more than ever that It
would result In great benefit to this
iplorious state of California and this
beautiful city of San Francisco which
have always been near my heart since
I came to know time I has seemed
to mo during the darkest days that it
was something which would not only
benefit this state and city but would
mark a stop In advance of civilization
and of mankind Fooling thus there
has never been a moment when I have
been quite discouraged No matter
how serious the occasion might be
the next morning sun brought with It
renewed determination and energy for
tho problem
Whatever my future may be I
shall always remember my friends
hero and this city and stat as com
ing nearer to my ideal of a suitable
locality for a home than any other
place In tho world
Happy New Year and happy fu
ture to you nil
The construction of the Western Pa
cific was begun nearly four nnd one
half year ago and was completed
during the latter part of December
1909 Its total length from Salt Lake
to San Francisco is 929 miles and
of this the Utah Construction com
pany constructed 722 miles Tho bond
Issue providing for the road Is 75
000000
Tho construction of tho ron was
attended by numerous engineering
difficulties especially at the Califor
nia ond and along the north fprk of
river Considerable
the Feather Consderbla
heavy tunnelling wa necessary and
ih many places the rock work was
exceedingly heavy At times the con
struction company had from 7000 to
8000 men employed on the road ad
o ratcd many steam shovels i
Owing to the paniC and financial 110
oresnlon In tho years 1907 and 190 I
d
comparatively little work U was done on
the road for a period of close to a
twelvemonth and this delayed the
completion of the road that would oth
erwise have been constructed In three
years
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W B Wedandwlfe to Mary C
Catlln part ots 2 and 3 block 9 plat
B Ogdcn City survey 3500
ARFUVAL OFL
I FARMERS
TRAIN
Tho Oregon Short Lines demon
stration rain styled The Farmers
Institute Special began the trip this
morning that will Include all points
on the line in northern Utah and
southern Idaho The special sched
uled to arrive In Ogden at 250 p m
and while hero It will be stationed at
the depot Lectures will be given by
the experts from 1 to 5 p 0 when
the train will leave for Brigham City
The work of teaching the farmers
of Utah how to raise potatoes was
really begun In Salt Lake lost night
at a mooting held at the Commercial
club Eugene II Grubb of Carbon
dale Colo the recognized authority
on potato culture and who heads the
corps of experts sent out on the dem
onstration train was tho principal
speaker and had much to say and ox
plain about tho pleblan tuber In the
talks made by the experts and which
will be given to each th
wi enc of the designat
ed stops in the itinerary the whole
process of potato culture from the
preparation of the soil and the plant
ing of the seed up to tho time of the
marketing of the product and even
to the table Is gone Into detail Fol
lowing the talks questions
are answer
ed and any doubtful point explained
to tho interested farmer
Tho baggage car attached to the
train In fitted up for the domonetra
ton of useful and modern Implements
Including the smudge pot In tho lec
ture coaches the exports will talk on
potato culture and orchard heating
Tho experts will peak at the Com
mercial club Brigham City tonight
and tomorrow will bo at Malad a 9
a m Garland 1130 a m Coiling
ston 3 p m and Logan In the even
FUNERAL Ing OF
A WRECK
VICTIM
Impressive funeral services se
held at Rlcheys chapel at 2 oclock
yesterday aftornon over the remains
of R Kroll and many friends were
present to pay their last respects
The funeral was largely attended
0 nnd numerous Cower were brought
to the bier The services
wore con 0
ducted by Rev J E Carver who
preached tho funeral sermon Tho
music was by lr Tile Hancock
Poulter who sang Free as a Bird
Miss Beealo Blair In the solo Face
to Face and Miss Lindsay who sang
Oh Love Divine
Members of the Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen with the Ladles
Auxiliaries and many brakemen and
engineers attended the services The
pall bearers were Southern Pacific
brakemen The body was burled in
the Ogden City cemetery
The funeral of Engineer A S Hln
f ley one of tho wreck victims wan
held this afternoon at 2 oclock from
the Episcopal church The funeral ot
Engineer James Roardon will be hold
tomorrow at 2 1 m from St Josephs
church At the request of relatives
the body of Clyde Blxlor traveling
fireman killed In the wreck will betaken
taken to HarrIsburg Pa for Inter 0
ment The remains will b accom
panied east by a representative of the
Masonic lodge nnd the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen
BUILDING ACTIVITY
After a suspension of I couple of
weeks building activity has again be
gun In the city The Watklns business
block on Twenty fifth street near Lin
coln avenue Is being rapidly construct
ed and tho walls will b completed
within the next day or two I Is ex
pected that tho finishing work Inside
the building will be completed by the
middle of next month
The Larson store building and
blacksmith shop on Twentyfolrth
street between Grant and Lincoln av
enues will be ready for occupancy
within tho next two weeks The only
work to be done on the building to I
prepare It for use Is a little finishing I
on the inside
The walls of the Stanley Dee busi
ness house on Grant avenue between
Twentyfourth and Twentyfifth street
will noon be completed jind the car
penters will be put at work on the
roof and the woodwork on the Interior
The building will be finished as soon
as possible so as to permit business
next firms month to move In the early part of
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PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION FOR
ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
Honolulu Jan 12 Funda have
been raised by public subscription for
the establishment of an astronomical
observatory at Kalmukl Honolulu
especially for the observance of Hal
leys comet Tho observatory how
ever will bo a permanent ono and
under the control of tho College of
Hawaii
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O SHEEP LOSSES IN WYOMING 0
O 0
O Cheyenne Wyo Jan 19 0
O Reports from Basin Cody 0
O Moetcctse KIrby Garland and 0
O other points In northern Wo 0
O mini Indicate that tho bits of 0
O sheep from recent storms will 0
O reach ten per cent Stock of 0
O all kinds IB greatly weakened 0
O nnd further storms might 0
O cause the greatest loss In tho 0
O history of the state A war 0
O wind Is beginning to clear off O
O tho foot of snow that has coy 0
O crcd tho range for weeks 0
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H tomorrow and Saturday onlychoice of
two important lines of gloves at a price which
L i will not be duplicated this season 0
our stock of Fownes 175 Gloves in most all colors 1
U and sizes pliant French kid
our stock of Tampa lovesthe regular 125 stock 85 C U
tomorrow at
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DELIVERY
BOY FINED
BY JUDGE
In the hearing a the case against
J A Olson a deliver boy on the
to
charge of leaving horso at tho curb
untied brought out the fact that tho
young man In the language of Judge
Murphy in police court fat least
had boon careless In not throwing his
weight attached to the horses bit
out of the wagon when he stepped
Inside a store to do business
There was evidently no Intention
on tho part of the boy to violate the
law said the Judge but technically
tchllcll
he did so and It Is my duty to see
that the ordinances are enforced The
enorcel
city council passed this particular or
dinance for the purpose of avoiding
runaways In the city and the law will
have to be observed It Is much bet
ter and snfer for deliver boys to
throw out their weights than it Is to
undertake to watch their horses when
they are busy at something else Fine
him 5 Mr Clerk
Will CONSTRUCT TWO
MillS LA SALS
Writing to the Deseret News at
Salt Lake from Mesa Joseph H
Webb says of tho L Sain
While tho Grand river country Is
having Its oil and gas boom Moab
Is organizing Its board of trade with
good prospects of n boat line In the
near future Just keep an eye on
the old La Sal and especially the
mesa Wo have no big oil orgo
wells nor big transportation schemes
but there will be something doing
next season just the same For wo
have plenty of the yellow metal and
arrangements are noW perfected
whereby some of it will be extracted
next year Two mills here next spring
are now assured and Indications an
good for more
The prospecting stage has been
passed on tho mesa and from now on
mining will be done The work of the
past season thoroughly demonstrated
that tho ore and gold bore are of
geyser origin following the faults of
porphyrJtic shale and conglomerate
sandstone It has also been disco
ored that tho amythlst quartz Is not
the only rock hero that carries good
values Nearly all of the altered erup
tive rocks that fill tho throat of thc
geysers suda as gveeri hornblende
fold spar porphyry and dolerlte all
carry good values In gold and the
large bodies of talc and kaolin havo
values that will pay to mill
When the fact Is taken Into consid
oration that there are numerous
places here where the faulting is
plainly traceable and the outcropping
of the now extinct geysers show and
that at all of these places good values
In gold are found on the surface one
can readily ar what will happen
when the dopplng of the stamps dem
onstrates t the mining world what
wo have here
Heretofore tho work on the mesa
hoe boon confined to placer mining
and good results have been obtain
ed The operators however early
learned that they wore losing a largo
per cent of the values In the fine
gravel that was only partly disinte
grated By a more thorough test
mado In last seasons operations th
rater startling discovery was mado
that for every ounce of free gold sav
ed 10 ounces were lost in the gravel
and rock l this could have boon
saved bj milling
Three other factors tend to work
against the economical operation of
placer mining here These are that
the trend of tho gravel soon dips be
low the level at which hydraulic min
ing con profitably be done the scar
city of water for extensive hydraulic
mining and a large amount of big
rock encountered which requires I
blasting
The coarse rock would bo no detrl I
mont to tho milling process a nearl
all o the coarse rock as well as the I
fine gravel carries all that would
pay to mill
Wilson Mesa does not stand alone I
as a prospective producer for 1910
The neighboring camps of Beaver and
Miners basin bid fair to soon take
their places among the bost camps
In the West Few camps have larger
bodies of medium grade ore and none
have a more determined rusolutc
class of miners In spite of all ob 0
stacles they have persistently pound 0
ed away until today they havo many
good mines lacking machinery only
to treat the ore As tho machinery I
is forthcoming
The writer recently received a lot I
ter from tho Denver Quartz Mill com 0
pany wherein they stated that a
party of Beaver basin Grand county
bad Just ordered a 50ton mill to be
Installed carl In tho spring of 1916
While there Is an Immense amount
of medium grade ore in Minors and
Denver basins there is also some I
ore of very high grade Tho writer
was shown numerous samples 1 81 1
year taken from tho Tornado nnd
other mines of that district that 0 I
would class ns high grade even in
Cripple Creek or Goldfiold
r 10 < t r
I i
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t THE FREDa I KIESEL GO
THE PIONEER EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE GROCERY 0
HOUSE IN THE STATE
I TE
I OGDEN UTAH
I Sole Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co Milwaukee Vfis
I I Distributors and General Agents for
DANHA
Monarch of Table and Medicinal Waters IB a purely natural
mineral waterthe ONLY in the United States bottled at the
Natural Mineral Water Springs
I SODA SPRINGS IDAHO
I
I UNIFORMITY IN
I STATE LAWS
I Washingcon Jan 19 Agreeing that
there should be uniformity In state
laws affecting not only commercial
I matters but likewise those that per
tain to the well being of the Individual
the National Civic Federation at Its
final cession today adopted a number
of resolutions
Among them wore those recom
mending to governors the adoption of
uniform laws for the protection of
children omplojvs In Industries fav
oring a uniform Insurance code for
adoption by acvornl states uniform
legislation on the subject of gather
ing and preservation of vital statis
tics endorsing the conservation of
American forests and referring tho
same to the committee on uniform
state laws
Tho conference further adopted a
resolution recommending to governors 0
gver
hors now meeting In this city and
to the states themselves that work
ingmens compensation acts fair to
the employer and employe nnd Just
to the state be uniformly substituted
for tho present system of omployorH
liability
A resolution was passed recom
mending to the respective states con
sideration of the development of wa
ter power and their regulation on
nonnavigable streams with a view to
bringing about uniformity of state
legislation looking to uniform coop
oration federal between each state and the
Cedorl government
The conference authorized tho ap
polntmcnt or a committee of ftoen
on reform In legal procedure to co 0
operate with a similar committee ot
tho American Bar association
Frederick L Hoffman of New Jer
BO sneaking on uniform vital statis 0
I tics declared that the historical na 0
tion is dying out and that when the
blood which mndo tho revolution pos
sIble becomes mixed with foreign
blood there Is only one result de
cay
Stephen II Allen state delegate
from Kansas aroused enthusiasm by
a strong plea for uniformity In It
gal procedure He Insisted technical
Itlos should bo set aside but said It
would he difficult to Induce lawyers to
agree to tills course because of their
ability through technicalities to win
doubtful cases
George L Douglas of the Proprie
tary Association of America speak
ing of tho National Food and Drug act
said that Its keynote was thou shah
not He He thought It wag a right
eous law
What a great thing It would be
he said If We had a similar law ap I
II plicable t hoots shoes dry goods
stocks bonds newspaper circulations
and many other things Why should
voracity be encouraged In the food I
I trade only
Martin S Decker president of the I
National association of railroad com 0
I missIoners was the only speaker to
respond when the subject of regula 0
I tion of railways and public utilities
camo up
W C Breed of the National Whole 0
sale Grocers association spoke upon
the needs of a uniform lan relating to
foods and drugs
TEX SAYS SALT
tAKE IS FIGHT FIELD
Salt Lako Ian Notwithstand
ing the opposition that has been man 0
ifested In regard to bringing off the
JeffriesJohnson prize light In Sat
Lake the promoters from Tex RIckard
all the way down the line even Includ
ing J E Langford manager of the
Soltalr route maintain their stand
that the big contest will be present
od at the bicycle track at Saltair
beach This morning a high price
photographer Journeyed to tho place
beside the lake for the purpose ot
obtaining views which aro Intended to
boost the contest
Tex Rlckard preserves his equani 0
mity nnd his stand In the face of all
sorts of antagonism He sot his Jaws
the firefight comes into his Or and 0
ho asseverates that tho fight belong
to him no matter what the Sap Fran
cIs p ole sayj and that he will pull
0
L iJi
I
off the event In Salt Lake In splto ot I
anything that may como up Tex ia f
not talking much these days but ho
Is doing a lot of working with the
wires and otherwise To a friend he t
I remarked that If certain matchmak
I er who think they own the pugilistic
world get too obstreperous he will
pull off the contest out on some sand
hill if there are not 10 people pres
ent And according t the contract
both Jeffries and Johnson must
Jefrw an Johnsn come
through or forfeit 10000 each
I
THREATENED TO I
SPANK WIH1
I
Zanenvllle 0 Tn 19 Howard
Chandler Christy threatened to
spank his wife when sho sworo at
him according to testimony today In
tho hearing of Ir Christys suit I
and the possession of the couples 12
yearold daughter Natalie That In j
toroatlng event was portrayed by Miss 1
Ropo Christ sister of the artist In J
her testimony Miss Christy said that
one night he overheard r Christy
In nor room nt the Christy homo at
Duncan Falls rummaging through a
trunk and mumbling and swearing
when Mr Christy tald t sho did not
stop her talking and go to bed he
would spank her
I guess ho did spank her said
Miss Christy Judging from the
I sounds which came from their room
Tho next morning Mr Christy laugh
ed it and said she guessed she deserved
A negro maid said she often called i
Purdy tho chauffeur for his mis
tress and that she served drinks to
both In Mrs Christys boudoir On
one occasion the maid testified Mrs 1
Chrloty said of Purdy
Im crazy about that man Isnt il
ho handsome and that If It were not
for Natalia sho would be with him j
always
Purdy had said God only known I
how I love this woman referring to
Mrs Christy 1
When Ute maid was excused each
I
side announced that It had completed I
Its case Then Judge White prapar
ed t go to the homo of Attorney Dur
ban representing Mr Christ whoro
i Natalie Christy has been visiting dur
ing the trial for tho purpose of ques
tioning the child
FRED MULHOLLAND
WINS AT JUAREZ
I
Juarez Jan 19Fred Mulholland
at S to 1 proved a big surprise when
ho ell won the closing event n
Terozas park today Ho trailed hit
field a usual until well into tho
stretch when ho came with a rush and
Summary won by two lengths from a good field
First race selling five furlong
SlBcus vo Oesarllass second Cor
ECO third Time 101 15
Second raco selling six furlongs
Voboome won Bon Ton con Anno
McGoe third Time 113 45
Third race three furlongs twft
yearolds Rue won Coed second
Ilele tird Time a4 45 0
Frt race sIx furlongsEarly 0
Tide won Pain second Rustem
third Time 113
Fifth m selling one and onesix
teenth mllca Buna won Duchess or
Montobello Bond Knight Blaze
third Tim 147
Sixth race selling one mile Fred
Mulholland won Fantastic second
Howard Pearson third Time 139 25
FIRE DRILL SAVED
0
0
THREE HUNDRED CHILDREN
0
Coffcyrille Kas Jan IDA fire
drill here today probably saved many
lives wheo following the collapse of
the roof over n portion of the McKln
hey school building 350 children
marched from their rooms In safety
Not ono of tiem was hurt
IDAHOS MINERAL PRODUCTION 0
Boiso Idaho Jan 19Th mineral
production of Idaho for 1909 n
Inp to the official figures ia vU
nt 115660000 an increase of
566000 incl9 a mil
lion and a quarter over 1908

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