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THE STANDARD OGDZN UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1910
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CUXTH1NO HUY B ING PRICES
PRICES
PRICES NOW NOw REDUCED NO W REDUCED
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REDUCED
If every man in Ogden who needs a new suit or hat
could realize what our j
CLEARANCE SALE
will save for him we would be unable to wait on the crowd
The goods must be turned into cash
Its Not a Question of Cost or Profit
Every article in the stock except contract goods has been cut
from 20 to 50 per cent from the original plainly marked prices
Suits reduced 20 to 30 per cent
Shirts reduced 20 to 40 per cent
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Underwear reduced 20 to 40 per cent
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Hats reduced 25 to 50 per cent
When you remember that this store has a reputation for cor
rect styles and values not approached by any other in this line
in this cityyou will appreciate the importance of these tre ¬
mendous price reductions
ACT QUICKLYYOUR MONEY TALKS NOW
as it never did brfore
C Do IVES m Co
Broom Hotel Corner
OGDEN RAPIDi
TRANSIT IS
ACTIVE
TRACKS IN PAVED DISTRICTS TO
BE GRADED
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1 Superintendent Receives Word That
rt Grade Rails Have Been Shipped
Guarding Against Floods
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The first work of Improvement nnd
building to be done by the Ogden
Knpld Transit company this spring
Kill bo the placing of their tracks In
Ute city at grade In the paved dlfl
t Acts
Superintendent Bailey states that
The grade rails were shipped from
I he factory n number of days ago ana
+ r hould arrive here within a short time
nd that as soon as the condition ol
I The ground will justify the work ot
1 placing the track at grade In ail the
Y paved districts of tho city will begin
It Is also anticipated that a force
of mon will soon be put to work along
L the river In Ogden canyon to remove
r 1 obstructions that might throw the wn
tors of the river dangerously near tile
jv track during the high water period
M It is said that a number or large
1 boulders have rolled into tne river
since the erection of the street car
road through the canyon and that
If not removed they may clmugc the
i channel ot tho river sufficiently to en
danger the track and grade at places
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v I INCREASE IN
PAY OF TOE
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I RAN6ERS
Two long yearn have passed since I
the foresters had anything Ikon I
raise in tholr salaries hence the pro
motions and salary raise of recent
date has put new life and encourage
ment Into the men aud they are tak
ing bold of their work with renewed
energy and Interest During the past
two years Secretary Wilson of the
Agricultural department has followed
n retrenchment policy and It was a
long time between promotions Prior
lo thnt time worthy employoa were
promoted and raised In salary semi
annually
One of the last things done by Mr
Pinchot before being asked out of
tbo service was to make tentative
plnns for tno recognition ot the good
work of the men In the field and pre
pare for the giving of promotions
Additional responsibilities were being
placed upon the men each year and
Mr Pinchot thought the salaries und
official titles should be commensurate
with the onward movement
The promotions that recently have
been made are applicable particularly
to the field men those who do the
heavy part of the work In the Og
den district which Is the fourth dis
trict of the pcrvlcc 10 per cent of tho
mon received promotion and an in
crease of salary There are 437 men
In the service In the fourth district
and 18T of them were benefited by
the salary advance Sixtyfive rang
ers had their salaries raised from
900 to 1100 per annum and 33 were
raised from 1000 to 1100 per an
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WHATICAN GIRLS TO
ENTERTAIN
On Friday evening February 4 the
What + society of tho Baptist
church will give a unique birthday
party in the church parlors
The young ladles nrc making ouite
extensive preparations for the affair
which will undoubtedly prove to be
one of the most successful events
given under the auspices of that so
ciety A good program is promised
the musical numbers of wliic will be
a delightful feature of the evening
MRS COOLIDGE ENTERTAINS
The Baptist Mission society was en
tertained at the home of Mrs Clayton
Coolidge 2344 Grant avenue yester
day afternoon
An Interesting feature of the after
noon was the paper given l > y Mrs J
B McCrackon the subject of which
was The Baptist Work Among the
Hopi Indians of Arizona
Tho musical numbers ana discussion I
of mission work completed the pro
gram
BIRTHDAY PARTY
The Bell telephone operators about
thirty number were charmingly en
tertained at tho home of Miss Jessie
Tlte 2939 Wall avenue last Tuesday
evening In honor of Miss Tltes birth
day anniversary
The time was pleasantly spent
cards and music followed by tIle serv
ing of a delicious luncheon completing
the evenings entertainment
A handsome manicure set from fel
low employes was among the birthday
1 gifts received by tho young hostess I
The Bell telephone operators will
give a dancing party at the Royal next
Tuesday evening Fine music and a
general good time IB assured
1iss Florence E Fisher who for
tho past four months has become a
favorite singer at Boise has returned
to her home In this city for awhile
The St Joseph Sewing society Is
being entertained this afternoon at
the homo of Mrs John Phnlon 2363
Adams avenue
The ladles Aid society of the
First Congregational church IB In ses
sion at the home of Mrs C F Conn
SIS Twentyfifth street this afternoon
I A pleasant afternoon is noways ns
Bitredand a good Attendance expected
I Mr R T Hone Is ontertolninK hcr
bridge club this afternoon at her
f I home Twentyfifth street
l A social will be given by the young
membors of the First Methodist Bide
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copal church tomorrow evening In the
church parlors A thoroughly good
time is expected and a cordial imita
tion has been extended
STRICKEN CHURCHMAN IS
NOW MUCH IMPROVED
John R Winder of tho first presi
dency of the Mormon church strick
en yesterday with an attack of pnou
monln is improving and a quick re
covery for the veteran churchman la
predicted by Dr C F Wilcox the at
tending physician
President Winders condition is
about as good as could bo hoped for
under the circumstances said Dr
Wilcox last nlghL I believe that his
recovery will be rapid There Is no
danger at present and the chances fur
his recovery are good
The president suffered from a bad
cold nil day Monday On Tuesday he
experienced a bad chill and was taken
i seriously Ill His case seemed serious
all day Tuesday but early yesterday
morning he took a turn for the better
and has been steadily Improving since
Dr Wilcox has been In constant at
tendance upon the stricken man since
ho became ill
SONG SERVICE IN THE
THIRD WARD SUNDAY
A song service is to be given tot
Elihu Call nnd pupils In the Thud
Ward meeting house on Jan 30 The
program is as follows
Opening Chorus
SoloSelected Rose Hoggan
S01oGatel of GodRctla Sessions
S0101Iy King J H Bull
Solo Heavenly SongM Nordqulst
SoloF1ec as a BlrdN Hansen
TenMinuto Talk on Music E Call
DnetLove Divine
H Bull and Mlra Bates
SoloSelcctcdWilford Cregun
SoJoThe Lord Is My Light
Irma Browning
Solo Resignation Peter Fcrnellous
Solo Selected Mlra Bates
Solo Jesus Lover of My
Soul Waldcrman Call
S010Sne Me Oh GodElihu Call
Duet Through the Gates of
Gold E and W Call
Accompanist Carrie Browning
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Sherman S Smith and wife convoy
ed to John H Larson apart of lot
3 block nn In pint to A Ogden City
survey Consideration Jf > 2o
Sherman S Smith and wife con
veyed Alexander Rlrio part of lot
3 block 55 plat A Ogden City sur
vey Consideration 125
Susan Fox nnd James Fox her hus
band conveyed to Arthur D Barber
part of lot 7 block Oof Plat C
Ogden City survey Consideration
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P All the Difference
Tier hunband had not been at work
for two days nnd at the noon hour
tho mans boss met the woman on tho
stroot Where Dan 7 he asked
Hes home she replied
Getting drunk eh 7
No Mr Burlington he nint getting
drunk she said Indignantly
Well what then 7
Getting sober sir Washington
Star
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TCONfESSION
Of A WOMAN 1
May Lead to Disclosures
of a Baby Farm in
Los Angeles
LOB Angeles Jan 27 Following a
confession by Mrs W W Wilson that
she was not the mother of the quad
ruplcLs reported born at her home last I
Friday Superior Judge Wllborn today
instituted an Inquiry to determine the
parentage of tho waifs at the Instance
of tho Humane society
In her confession Mrs Wilson as
serted that one of the babes was given
away by a prominent physician and
his wire that the parents or another
were well to do but did not care to
be burdened with children that the
third was donated by couple that
could not afford to cafe for It and
tho fourth by a hospital physician
She declared that oven ncr Husband
and mother did not know of tho de
ception she had practiced with the as
sistance of a woman friend who posed
an a nurse
Mrs Wilson explains ber action on
tho ground of her groat love for chil
dren Humane officers however are
proceeding upon tho theory that an In
vestigation will roveal inhuman aban
donment of offsprings by welltodo
parents with Mrs Wilsons coopera
tion
GRAFT IS DISCOVERED
IN CITY OF CHICAGO
Chicago Tnn 27 An indictment
against Paul Redleuke who recently
resigned from the position of deputy
commissioner of public works was re
turned today in the criminal court
In his official position Red iesko was
conneoted with some phases of sewer
contracting which have been under
Investigation by the Merriam commis
sion and the grand Jury Ten others
were Indicted
The Indlotmonts were voted follow
ing an Investigation by the Menlam
commission appointed by the city
council
Particular attention was directed by
tho commission to the allegation that
more than 45000 was paid in a lump
sum by the city for the excavation
of shale rock when in reality the
substance taken from the sewer tun
nel was hard clay
The Indictments contain four counts
specifying conspiracy confidence
game obtaining money by false pre
tenses and conspiracy to defraud the
city Tho charge against the Indicted
men Is that they conspired to accept
nine vouchers for 60000 each
The Investigation Jt IB understood
will continue other allegations of
graft in different city departments
having been made
JOY MILLER IS TRACED
TO MCGREGOR MANITOBA
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Detroit Jon 27E Tho relatives of
Joy Miller the depSsod captain of the
University of Michigan football eleven
who has been missing since tile an
nouncement was made early this
month that he was not a bona fide
student at the university nave re
ceived word that he was In McGregor
Manitoba January 4
J Mylne sent from Spokane Wash
ington a letter given him oy a strange
young man whopij he befriended n
McGregor nnd who appeared to be In
a dazed condition and out of funds
The letter proved tp he ono given Mil
ler by a girl friend In Ann Arbor and
was sent by Mylne to the girls ad
dress
ABE ATTELL TO MEET
JEM DRISCOLL IN ENGLAND
San Francisco Jan 2iA cable
gram from J W Coffroth the fight
promoter who Is now In England
states that ho has practically perfect
ed arrangements for a match In this
city for the International feather
weight championship between Abe At
tell and Jem Drlscoll the English
champion Coffroth will start for
home at once and it Is presumed that
the fight will take place next month
as the club in which he Is interested
has secured the permit for February
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A NEW DEPARTURE IN TUNICS
There Is no end to tho making ot
tunics and a considerable amount of
Ingenuity is being expended upon the
invention of new ways to arrango
these graceful overdresses Scarfs
that arc wide and long made from
mousseline or other soft materials
arc treated as shown In our Illustra
tion and arc Indeed beautiful They
arc almost always bordered with
satin bands and edged with silk
fringe
The above model is ideal for a
dinner gown
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GOING on A MISSION 1
A farewell party la to be given Alma
Peterson In Hun Lqv111e Friday even
ing on tho eve ot his departure lor
a mission In Scandinavia
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GOC LOOKING AND COMFORT
ABLE
The above pictured sweater is
rather heavier or closer knit than
tho regulation garments of this sort
It Is all white in a small block de
sign and trimmed with large white
pearl buttons and large flat collar in
ribbed stitch matching the belt and
cuffs and piece down front
The Jaunty cap Is also knit and
makes a chic finish to a very pretty
skating or sledding coctumo
SEINE HAS RISEN
SINCE THE SUBSIDENCE
Paris Jan 27At 3 oclock the
river had risen two inches since tho
subsidence at noon The water was
forced bacw above the Pont de LAlma
and poured Into tho Cours de La Roln
which Is now submerged to a depth ot
two feet
There have ben further caveins In
a dozen streets and avenues
The Red Cross society received a
substantial check from Ambassador
neon Btoday and has established soup
kitchens for the destitute at a hun
dred points J Plorpont Morgan has
cabled from Now York tendering
000The
The foundations of the National
porcelain factories aro sinking At
ninny places in that vicinity the rush
of water was so rapid that the people
did not have time to leave tholr
homes
Automobiles are being used to assist
the fire engines In pumping
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WHAT DID SHE MEAN
Harold What did she cay when
you turned out tho gas and kissed
her Rln = < rtstd she folt as if she
never ated to sec my fats again
JUST FOR FUN
EXPLAINING MATTERS
There wore some deficiencies in the
early education of Mrs Donnhoo but
she never mentioned them or admitted
their existence
Will you sign your name here
said the young lawyer whom Mrs
Donahoe had asked to draw up a
deed transferring a parcel of land to
her daughter
You sign It yoursllf an Ill make
me mark said the old woman quickly
How do you spell It he asked
pen poised above the proper space
Spell It whatlvor way yo plcaze
said Mrs Donahoe recklessly Since
Ive lost my teeth theres not a
worrd In the wurrld I can spell
Judges Library
FOR FUTURE USE
The modern Romeo helped his Ju
liet to descend from tho vinecovered
balcony
Dearest he called when she had
climbed Into the big automobile
should we take along the rope lad
der
And Just then an upper window was
raised and the old man leaned out
Just leave that thnr ladder where
It Is young man he cautioned Ive
got a couple of more gals I expect to
get off my hands Chicago News
Got the Information
Visitor Can you toll mo where Mr
Greenccrns cottage Is
Country YouthI can for twopence
Visitor Here you are now whero
Islt1
Country YouthIts burned down
TitBits
The Profeoaors Dilemma
Beneath the mistletoe shes fairly
ciiught
And ho perceives that shes a pretty
mis
His favorite theory all comes to
naught
And ho forgets the microbes In the
kiss
Judge
In Love
A professor of thu class In English
history was telling his young men of
Elizabethan
the Impressionable age about the
abethan era when suddenly turning
to one of the young men who seemed
to be In a dream with a faraway
gaze said
And bow old was Elizabeth Mr
Cane
Eighteen last birthday came the
Instant reply TItSltp r
Still at Her own Disposal
Miss Volot said the handsome
young professor of vocal culture you
I must put more heart into your voice
Let it be freer and more spontane
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ousWhy professor she said bring
ing nor lovely eyes to bear upon him
freeChicago
my hewrt la entirely
Tribune
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SPECIAL
Shirt
Annual F
Sale
300 Snappy Stylish Shirts Regular
Sizes Former prices 175 150
J 25 and 100 now
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Modern Clothes
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RAILROADS OF NORTHWEST
IN PROSPEROUS CONDITION
New York Jan 72 William Rocke
feller vicepresident of the Standard
Oil company following a directors
meeting of the Chicago Milwaukee C
St Paul railroad today In an Inter
view sounded a high note of optim
ism for tho Northwest and spoke glow
Ingly of the St Pauls extension to
the Pacific slope
The SL Panl railroad declared its
regular dividends and after the meet
ing Mr Rockefeller mid that the com
panys treasury was overflowing with
money He said
It is all nonsense this talk of a cut
In the St Paul common dividend Tho
dividend Is much more likely to be
raised than It is to be lowered
Just now the St Paul and Puget
Sound railroads are struggling with
ad weather but otherwise conditions
arc such as to Justify the most ex
treme kind of optimism
The coast extension Is exceeding
not only our expectations but I might
say our hopes Traffic tver the en
tire system Is really greater than we
have facilities for and the prospects
are that it will continue In great vol
ume throughout the spring St Pauls
I car shortage IB not a serious matter
I notice that In spite of the Pugat
Sound roads phenomenal earnings
those of the Northern Pacific continue
on the Increase Undoubtedly the
natural wealth and the hustle of the
great Northwest will support two rail
roads
So far as we can see ahead St
Pauls and Puget Sounds financing is
done As to the SL Paul proper its
treasury Is overflowing with money
CRACK SOTS
AT rOE
TRAPS
J Ilalght of California and P J
Hollahan and son Guy Hollahan of
Twin Falls Idaho representatives of
tho Duponl Powder company stopped
off In Ogden today while on their way
homo from the oast to have a go nt
the blue rocks with the Ogden shoot
ers
The sport Is being participated In at
the Wasatch Gun club grounds this
afternoon P J Hollahan has been
with the Dupont people for a number
of years but he Is now retiring from
the active field turning tho position
over to his son Guy
Most of the
Ogden shooters are en
gaged In the meeting this afternoon
The home marksmen Intend to noon
begin a Spring series of shooting con
tests
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How to Know the Twins I
The Beverly twins Fred and Frank I
were such exact countorparts of each
other that none of tho neighbors
could tell thorn apart and oven their
mother sometimes hud her doubts
Tho somblanco Is accentuated by I
the fact that they arc dressed exactly
alike
alikeHow
How In the
world can you Your
self tell which Is which Mrs Bever
ly asked a caller one day
To tell the truth she answered I
cant always but If
I hear a noise
In tho Pantry and I call out Fred is
that T you and he says Yes mamma
I knowUsFrank and
andthat libs Jn I
some kind
of mlschlorYoutl
Companion s
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WASHTUB LID ROLLS UP i
Easily Got Out of the Way and
Not Likely to Fall On Head
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The ordinary stationery washtub N
equipped with a hlnppd wooden lid but
permits of flip tub being iifotl in n tnliM
when not put to HA primary nsc suit
which lift bark nsaltut the wall worn
the wafblnc Is to be don tufortunntflr
Bomf of these Ililn bore been known to
all on wnthwomenn hmils an the latter J
were brnillnj over In tbo tub nnd Inflict
painful and occnnlonnllj Kerlenw Injnrli i
A nsKnrhnncttji man has met thin und
one with a TTnrhtub cover that rolls up 1
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like the riirlnln of a biiccr top Tho
roar Is rnndc of pome strong tnt Ilex
Ihlr iimtcrlnl and hAil ribs running length
wIre In It These rlbn nrc long IouI1 i
to rest on till sides of the tub end ar I
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ford n nurfnce autUclontlr solid to bo tl
articles of ordinary weight ns well rH n
board lid To open the tub this rover Is
roIlM bock against the wall and but
oncd Into pines The WHulivrolniin mny
SOD get to work without frar of the II
< line on her
GOOD ROADS
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PAPERS
The morning session of the Good
I Roads Institute In Salt Lake City was
entirely given over to tile reading ot
I prepared addressee and their discus
I slon 1
I Tho Best Material for Utah Road l
Building was described by S F Bee
strand State Examiner Caleb Tan
ner delivered a lengthy address on
tho Good Road bills passed In tc
last legislature their benefits to tao
state and how to carry them out
Surprised Him
WifeWhat do you think of my
new hat dear
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HusbandI think Its tho first URIC i
you have ever used a saucepan Meg f
gendorfer matter
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SALT LAKE OGDEN RY CO
TIME TABLE
LAGOON ROUTE
I Twelve Passenger Trains Dally
SOUTHBOUND
Depart for Arrive
Salt Lake Salt Lair
i 610 n m 710 a n
S15 a m 1015 a m
1115 n m 1215 p m
i 215 p m 313 p m f
1I5 p m 6n > p in 1
GI5 p m > S15 ji m r
NORTHBOUND
Leave for Arrive at
Ogden Ogden
700 a m 825 a m
i S30 h m 1000 a m
1100 a m 1230 p in
200 p m 330 p m
430 p m 600 p ii
630 p m 800 p m
Sundays and holidays 100 for
round trip
New Bamberger depot corner Twen
tyfifth and Lncoln avenue
SIMON BAMBERGER
President and General Manager
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U Vj LJ guns at sacriPio
prices Slightly used and In Al con
ditIon Specify kind ana write for
prices
A U Y Adler 1643 Broadway New
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