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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY FEBRUARY 7131O
t
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Were clearing our stooka cut
ting them down to the quick
I for we will NOT carry any of
this winters styles over to next
winter Therefore these prices
AH fancy Suits and
Overcoats 25 to 50c
ON THE DOLLAR
If you can appreciate clothing
values more need not be said
WatsonTanner
Clothing Co
376 24th
=
Gomet I 910
HAS DISAPPEARED
But Our Stock of Ladies
Wearing Apparel is Too
LongWE MUST OUT IT I
IN HALF I
375 Long Kimonos 325
350 Long Kimonos 295
300 Long Kimonos 260
250 Long Kimonos 195
Ladies Fleece Lined Vests
and Pants 50 values 39c I
Childrens Fleece Lined
Stockings pair 15c
800 10 12 hats 375
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The I
M M Wykes Co I
2335 WASHINGTON AVE
I RANDOM
RANDOMI
j RltfElfN ES I
B G Butter will fit the family
Alumni Association There will bo
a meeting of the Ogden High School
Alumni association tt the subhigh on
Monday evening at S p m for tho
discussion of the high school library
Ejn Route East Secretary L C
Seager of the Harriman Interests nnd
party passed through Ogden this
morning on train No C en route to
Chicago Mr Seager has been west
> on an extended business and pleasure
trip
The Ogden Business college will
give a dance at the Royal Academy
Tuesday February S Admloslon 50c
per couple
Inspection Trip Superintendent
Joffers of the Union Pacific went east
this morning on a general trip of in
4 spection He will go as far as Raw
1118 Wyo
rI Plenty of bard coal at Lewis Coal
it Yard Phone 149
I I From St LoulsIr and Mr E
Brooks of Sl Louis Missouri are
L Ogden visitors They are the guests
of Mr and Mrs E W Harold 555
Twentyseventh street
Say 1 Good bread is making a hit
our sales have doubled in tho last sis
days Ask your grocer for Wards
I good bread
Provo ActivltyHenry G Bluinon
e thai one of Provos prominent busi
ness mon was in Ogden a short time
yesterday on bin way to Brigbam City
where ho has business interests Mr
Blumonthal states that Provo in rath
0 er quiet at this time but that there
I is going to be considerable building
activity as soon as the weather condi
71 tions will permit
The New Way of Eating Relish
ing wholesome time savor No dlnap
nol tment Charles Cafeteria
Series of Dances The first of a aer
ie of dances will bo given by the
students of the Ogden Business col
lege tomorrow at tho Royal Dancing
r Oracle Isis G lobe
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM
TODAY
At the GLOBE this week one of the
greatest Military Pictures over fihown
In the Review of the U S Troops at
Fort Lcavenworth Kaa
At the ISIS one of the prettiest Qn
ic pictures In the FiLOWDR PARADD
at Panadcna Cal
BEAR HUNT IN THE ROCKIES
at tho ORACLE Is an actual Bear
Hunt This picture was taken around
the town of Marble Colo and wis
taken as It actually took place in tho
Mountains at an altitude of 10000
fcot
Tho BOHBR aro exceptionally pretty
this week nnd tho music new
LADlES SOUVENTR MATINEE
ORACLB AND GLOBE WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON TSIS THURSDAY
AFTERNOON
Academy Miss Eva Child nnd Mrs
Emma Kenny have the affair in hand
and they arc determined to mako tho
dances the most Interesting yet given
tklB winter
Mrs C E Lee Hair Goods 2602
Washington
Children Narrowly EocapeTwo
children of Mr and Mrs D McChes
nay had a narrow escape from death
by poisoning at their home 317 Pat
terson avenue Krlday night when
they got hold of a bottle of belladonna
liniment and drank sevcril ounces of
tho poisonous fluid while the older
members of the family wore absent
from the room Dr C E Coulter and
Air Robinson wore called to attend the
lads and worked with them for several
I
hours before they were relieved I
Ladles who can wear small shoes
will find moat unusual bargains at
tho Shoo DepL of Wrights St retbe
recent sale has left many pairs of
highclass shoes sices 2 12 to 4
In A B C and D widths which are
now offered at 195
Miss Dora Johnson daughter of
Judge Johnson of Spring City and
Miss Lund of Ephraiui visited with
Miss Lillian Stevens during the lat
ter part of the week They wore
joined by Mrs Johnson Sunday after
noon and continued their Journey to
Southern California where they will
spend the remainder of the winter
Miss Lund accompanied them as far
as Ogden
High grade fancy apples at whole
sale prices Phone 007 K
Operated On William Clark one
of Ulntahfi old residents was operat
ed on at tho Ogden hospital today
The operation was a success in every
particular and It is expected that Mr
Clark will be able to return to his
home within the next two or throe
weeks Mr Clark hus boon on em I
poe of the Union Pacific railroad at
Ulntah for upwards of 20 years
Read The Smlthonlan ad
Licence to MalryF E Jowell of
Pueblo Colorado and Olive L Cox
of Wenatchl Washington wore Is
sued a license to many today
Yes Wo are going right ahead re
modeling and manufacturing good
things to oat Watch our windows for
special candy sale for 30 days Wards
Both Ihones 279
Property to be SoldIn the case
of the Western Loan Savings Co
n Gustavo A Braun et al the dis
trict court today issued an order that
certain real estate situated In tho
Riverside addition of Ogden City be
hold to satisfy a Judgment for the
plaintiff for 232320 The Judgment
was rendered on the 27th of January
Tho Virginia choice rooms lor
rent
The best of food prepared by a first
class chef Charles Cafeteria
COAL Call up Parker fc Co Tor I
rte on lump nut and slack Parker I
Coal Co
Government inspected meat and
pure food only at Charles Cafeteria
Coal call up Parker Co for
ales on lump nut and slack
For Sale Ola newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
GENIUS OF CRAIN AND
ADE INCORPORATED
What promises to be an 0IdUm1
rush for seat3 will occur when the
box office at the Ogdcn theater opens
this morning for the advance sale for
Wm H Crane in Father and the
Ttoys All day long yesterday In
quiries were made as to when the soft
tale would begin Ogden will not this
season bo visited by such a distin
guished actor and company Such a
combination W H Crane comedian
Interpreting George Ades best com
edy success CRANE AND ADE
lames to conjure with in the theatrl
cal world Nothing better and Ogden
will appreciate their coming that Is
sureThe
The company will ho here Wedncs
lay Feb 9th for only ono night
3E1Tf OOFS I I
SURGfOr 3TOES
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Washington D C Feb G Surgeon I
Charles F Stokes has been confirm
ed by tho senate to be surgeon goner
il and chief of the bureau of medi
cine and surgery In the navy depart
ment with the rank of Rear Admiral
I he appointment to take eRect toda
He becomes tho successor of medical
Director Rlxcy It vas Dr Stokes
who was put In command of the hospi
tal shlf Relief by order of Former
President Rooeevelt and against the
protest of Rear Admiral Brownson
then chief of the bureau of naviga
tion who insisted that all vessels
should be commanded by qualified nav
igators
BIG TEl RECALL I
SHOES Of BOYHOOD
New York Feb GIn the days
when Big Tim Sullivan state sen
ator and Tammany loader was mall
and at school his teacher gave him a
pair of shoes He never forgot ho
kindness and for many years he has
commemorated It on the sixth day of I
each February by n distribution of
stockings and shoes to all the ntody
of the Bowery Five thousand pairs
of stockings and shoes were given
away today
BIPLANE AND AUTO
IN EXCITING RACE
Fresno Calif Feb GIn a rac
yphtorday bntwppn an aeroplane and
nn aiUomobilo Charles K Hamilton III
a CurtisH biplane broke tho worlds
record for one mile formerly held by
Glonn H Curtlns Hamiltons tlmo
was 112 agaInst Curtles record of
12R
12RThe
The automobile won thn raco by
two seconds but a five mile raco
which followed was won from the mo
or car bv thp noroplane by lIve
eighths of a mile
VLIIIILE llRL
HAS UlD
CASE
HEALTH AUTHORITIES BELIEVE
DISEASE IS CHECKED
> 1
I J
Only Four Cnscs of Smallpox in the
CityTen Cases of Scarlet
Fever Reported
A new caso of smallpox was report
ed yesterday afternoon at the home
of Brail Keller 1335 Washington ave
nue The fouryearold daughter haa
a mild case of the disease
Sanitary Inspector Poultor stntcsj
that this case Is traceable to the in
fection of the north end of the city
u few days ago Ho thinks bowover
that there will not bo many cases
come from that source
A strict nuarantlno has been kept In
the neighborhood and thorough dis
infecting operations havo been car
ried on If thero be no other cases
within tho next few days Mr Poul
ter pays ho fools certain that there
need bo no further apprehension of
the spread of tho disease
The health conditions are splendid
In he city today and tho health of
ficers aro congratulating themselves
upon that fact The only cases of
contagious diseases in the city today
are
areScarlet
Scarlet fever 10 four of which arc
new cases smallpox 4 with one of
them a new case and chickenpox 1
total 15
SOCiETY TO WflCOME
GRANt or WtDNESOA
I
Numerous box parties are being I
formed for the CRANE engagement I
at the Ogden theater Wednesday I
night next No theatrical event this
season has so Interested the theater
going public thnt Ogden will demon
strate that she appreciates the best
In the theatrical line will be proven
on this occasion Mr Allison
promises an enlarged orchestra for
his occasion and everything will be
lone to give tho noted actor and his
capable company a spirited welcome
The Beats go on sale tula morning
at 10 a m
POWERFUL
MALLET
NGINE
Another of the large Mallet engines
has arrived In the Ogden yards and
as soon as It can be set up and put
In condition for use it will begin ser
Icos between Ogden and Evanston
The number of the new machine Is
1011 and It is a monster It is a clou
ble engine and has tho power to haul
twice as heavy a load as the olher
large freight engines that have been
hauling freight over the hill between
ween here and Evanston for the past
number of years
The railroad employes do not take
kindly to the big engine They say
It Is too slow and cumbersome Ono
of the firemen stated the other day
hat a man needs a mule to rldo
Around It to oil and clean it Depot
Master Shields states however that
this Is always the case He says thu
boys never like new engines and they
continue to dislike them until Uiej
become used to them and get thor
oughly acquainted with their mechan
Ism and workings
EAGLES NINTH ANNIVER
SARY
The members of Ogden Aerie No
113 F O < E their wives sweet
hearts and friends are cordially In
vited to attend the ninth anniversary
octal at the Eagle Hall Wednesday
Fob Oth at S p m Dancing and ro
veshmenls Committee
BANDITS STILL FREE
I
Pltlsbmg Kas Feb 6Efortg of I
ho sheriffs posoe that searched for
lie robbers who held up paasengors
on the Missouri Pacific train five miles
oust of here last night wore fruitless
Tho chase has not been given up how
over and tonight a body of officers
Is at work In the mining camps north
of here whence it is believed the
highwaymen came
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HEATRE
BOTH PHONES 323
WWWWW
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1
Big AllStar Bill For the Coming Week I
Performances Every Night Mat I
inees Wed 330 Sat 215 I
The Devil the Servant
and the Man
THE KLEIN FAMILY
German Comedy Cyclists
FAY2 COLEYS AND FAY
The MInstrels
HARRY FOX AND MILLERSHIP
SISTERSIn Artistic Nonsense
SANDBERG AND LEE
The Hal Hal Instigators
SamKRAMER < 5L SHECKEugene
Exponents or Physical Culture In an
Exhibition of Muscular Develop
ment and Explaining How
It Is Done
Orphoum Motion Pictures Latent
Novelties Orpheum Orchestra
PRICES Night 50c 25c 10c
Matinee 25c 15c 10c
BRIDfiE WILL
I MEET ALL
DEMANDS
ONE TO BE ERECTED AT MOUTH
OF CANYON
County Commissioners Pleased With
Piano Submitted by Utah Light
Railway Company
At the meeting of the board of
County Commissioner this forenoon
the plans and specifications present
ed by the Utah Light Railway
company for the now bridge over tho
Ogden river at the mouth of the can
on were received nnd approved
lhe assurances given by the company
wore more than amplo to satisfy the
commissioners that the now bridge
will be built at an early date anl
that It will be a better bridge than
the old one
The Utah Light Railway com
pany has planned to construct a steel
bridge of modern design nnd one that
will have a fiveton greater capacity
than the old one had
Joseph S Storey of North Ogden
was appointed assistant fruit tree in
spector for one month
In the matter of looking over the
bridge crossing the south branch of
the south fork of Ogdcn river with
a view to making improvements or
building a new bridge it was taken
under advisement a decision to bo
arrived at before high water cornea
The bridgo in nucstioii is directlv
u
southeast Huntsvllle
Franz McDonald was appointed dcp
utv road commissioner his place of
duty being In Ogden Mr McDonald
Is from HuntGVllle and he fills the va
cancy occasioned by the resignation
of Andrew Allen who now has charge
of the county poor farm
President Madson reported the ex
penditure from tho poor fund for the
month of January to be 8GG OC
President Madson was authorized
to huy two milch cows and other
stock for the poor farm
The resignation of Constable E E
Holbrook of the Birch Creek precinct
was accepted His successor will be
appointed at the earliest convenient
time
President Madson vas authorized to
purchase the groceries and other pro
visions that will be needed at tho
county infirmary during the year
Il was explained by Road Commis
sioner Childs that when the spur from
the Oregon Short Line to Hooper was
built the people of Hooper were re
quired to raise a part of the money
that it would cost to construct the
same that they had done so and
still had 800 In cash on hand that
they would like to expend In bulldiiig
up the roads near Hoopor They de
clared that this money would be glad
ly turned to the use of the county if
the commissioners would agree to ex
pend a like amount on the roads The
commissioners considered the propo
sition favorably and went the Hoop
er people 200 hotter by appropriating
1000
I
BUIILDEN
I
DURINfi THE
YEAR
Prominent contractors and builders
of Ogden are authorloy for the state
ment that as soon as tho weather will
permit building operations In the city
will begin with a vim and that the
plans now on hand Indicate that the
building activity foi the year 1910
will bo a recordbreaker
IL J Hilton will soon finish his res
idence on Jefferson avenue between
Thirtyfifth and Thlrtyalsth streets
Wlllnrd Kay will within the next
few days begin the rebuilding and
remodeling of the front of his business
block on Twentyfifth street between
Washington and Grant avenues which
is occupied by the Ward Candy com
pany
Elmer L Staker is building a 1000
residence on Pingreo avenue between
Thirty second and Thirtythird streets
The building will bo completed within
the next sixty days
A group of houses will bo construct
ed this spring on vacant property on
Tweiitjsixth street near Wall
Three business houses aro planned
for the south nile of Twentyfifth SI
between Lincoln and Grant
A large eastern company may es
tablish headquarters In Ogden and
If It does another large building will
be constructed In the neighborhood of
the Union Depot
400 MACHiNISTS
JOIN IN STRIKE
South Bethlehem Pa Fob 6
Committees representing the 1200
striking machinists of the Bethlehem
stool works who quit work yeoter
day because the company refused to
pay them time and a half for extra
work succeeded today in Inducing
about 100 more machinists to join
them Tho leaders estimate that be
tween 1600 and 1800 mon aro now
outThe
The strikers are not organized and
thus far no tangible effort has been
made to form a union although the
sentiment Is In favor of such a proce
duoTho
Tho strikers wore disappointed
with the result of their Interview yes
terday afternoon with Charles
Schwab president of tho company
Mr Schwab asked tho men to return
to work and then submit their griev
ances promising them an adjustment
lu ten days This tbo men refused
to do
Pltt burg Pa Fob fISlmon
Burns well known labor leader died
tonight Ho was 51 years of age
Those who live for tho present usu
ally hope that It will be a substantial
one
rpRANK JONES
fiOES TO
JAIL
1
AND HIS TROUBLES ARE TO BE
AGGRAVATED
Another Complaint is to be Sworn
Out Charging Jones With As
sault With Deadly Weapon
In the criminal division of tho muni
cipal court his morning H G Rolcher
pleaded guilty to the charge of drunk
enness and was sentenced to pay a
fine of 5 or go to Jail five days
W H Harrison a negro did not ap
pear for trial for drunkenncso and his
ball In the sum of 5 was declared
forfeited
Frank Jones a negro was arraigned
on tho charge of assault which was
committed a number of days ago on
another negro by tho name of Alex
ander An ugly weapon mado of lead
and garden hose was brought Into
court nnd exhibited as thq weapon
Jones undertook to use on Alexander
Officer Vance stated that Jones did
not strike the head of Alexander with
I ho Improvised blackjack because
Alexander warded off the blow
The court observed that It was a
mean weapon to undertake to use on
a persons head and he sentenced
Jones to pay a CIne of 25 or servo
time In the city bastilo for Uo days
Jones got Into an altercation with
another negro Saturday night when
he used this same weanon unon him
sending him tothe doctor for re
pairs The victim of the latter as
sault Eil Johnston will swear to a
complaint today charging Jones with
an assault with a deadly weapon with
Intent to do bodily harm
Robert Ross n knight of the road
was brought before the court on the
charge of petit larceny He pleaded
not guilty and was given a hearing
The testimony showed that Ross and
his partner entered the room of an
other person and stole from a trunk
a suit of clothes valued at 20 Ross
stated that ho did not break Into the
trunk and take the clothes but that
he walled outside while his partner
accomplished the theft he thinking
his partner had a right to the
clothes I
Ross Is 22 years old and looks the
part of Weary Willie The court
advised lie young man that a 30 fine
or thirty days In jail might be a 7ood
lesson and that while in jail it might
lie well for him to decide to keep bet
ter company and do better things
John Doming forfeited bail in the
sum of 5 for failure to appear and
answer the charge of carrying con I
cealed weapons I
K Wade a Hip failed to make an
appearance for trial on the charge of
disturbing the peace and his ball of
S10 was declared forfeited
Edwin Eastman was arraigned on
the charge of obtaining money under
false pretenses and was placed under
ii 1000 bond to await the preliminary
hearing which will bo set at some
future time The complaint in the
case alleges that on the 15th day of
Iay 1909 Mr Eastman secured of
then A Crowe the sum of COO by
making false and fraudulent repre
sentations Mr Eastman claims tha
Hie money was loaned him on a cer
tain promissory note and that a civil
action Is now pending In the district
court for the settlement of the claim
I
DEPENDENT
TELEPnONE
liNE
HAS EXTENDED ITS WIRES
NORTH TO OGDEN
New Independent Company Now Has
An Office HereWires Also
Roach Salt Lake
A new telephone company has eu
t < red the field In addition to the Boll
and Independent A second eC Inde
pendent originating in Davis county
has established connections with OB
den over the Bambcrger poles and
is now doing business In this city
The Davis Count Reflex has thIs to
say of the new telephone company
Last Friday January 28 the Davis
County Independent Telephone com
uany completed Its connections into
Salt Lake City and on Monday Ogden
connections were made despite the re
ports that have been circulated over
lie count hut the homo company
would never get Into Satl Lake Tho
new line has already been used by
many of our prominent citizens all of
whom have nothing but words of
praise for tho excellent service rend
ered Several of the business men
in both cities have tried the now
service and have asked that an Inde
pendent phone he placed in their es 1
tablishments In the city and It is ex
peeLed that arrangements will be made i
to reach all desiring aorvlco very
soon Tho compan announces that It will
bo ready to handle commercial busi
ness In either Ogden or Salt Lake
City by the end of the present week
Tho company will havo employes
In both Ogden and Salt Lake city to
handlo any and all buslnoso
Connections with North and South
Hooper will also be completed tills
week The Independent Telephone com
I pany has established offices In Salt
Lake and Ogden Through the cour
I tesy of Mr Bamborger the company
has wires connecting each of the four
oxchaugcs with Mr Bombergorfi lino
Mr Bambcrger gave the company tho
UHO of one circuit for this purpose
Offices will be arranged in Ogden
and Salt Lake so that those desiring
to send messages can have them de
livered over the Bell or Independent
companies lines
New York Feb 6 Francis A
Scharff widow of CP Schorff and
favorite niece of Wm H Seward sec
retary ot state under President Lin
coln died today at Goshen N Y
aged 71 years
ICOffROTU IS
MAKIN6
TIME
SAN FRANCISCO SPORT VILL WIN
HIS WAGER
Train on Which He Ic Westward
Bound Will Reach Ogden fri
the Morning
Althoug leaving Omaha two and
onehalf hours lato yesterday the
train bearing James W Coffroth fight
promoter to his destination to San
Francisco had made up more than
half that lime before reaching North
Platte last night
At a late hour It was said at rail
road headquarters that the train would
be on Its regular schedule when Os
den Is reached which will be at 5iG
tomorrow morning
Coffroth hopes to win a wager from
members of the National Sporting
club of London that he could make
the trip from tho English capital to
San Francisco in ten days
EVANSTON IS
DiSPOSED
TO OBJECT
J L Wicks health officer of Evan
ston Wyoming objects to the state
ment that Evanston Is spreading
smallpox throughout this section He
tells of a negro who was shipped
from Ogden while afflicted The col
ored man had been placed on a train
for Ogden and when he reached here
was Immediately advised to return
home by tho first freight
A strange thing In connection with
this Issue Is that Ogdenltes appar
ently in good health soon after ar
riving In Evanston arc subjects for
the pesthouso Either they are slow
In breaking out in Ogden or the dis
ease awaits them on their arrival In
Evanston
The communication of Mr Wicks
is as follows
I noUCe an article from Ogden In
which Evanston Is severely crltlsed
as to the manner in which they quar
antine for smallpox and the state
ment Is made that many cases of
smallpox are coming from Evanston
to Ogden
Now tho facts of the matter arc
that Ogden and other Utah points
have supplied Evanston with small
pox for the past ten years Ten years
ago wo had the first cases here for
many years previously and we traced
the origin of these cases to Ogden In
1004 there was a colored man found
In the railroad yards here with small
pox and on Inquiry as to whoro he
came from he slated that he came
from the Ogdon pest house lie was
Isolated and we had no cases follow
ing In 1907 thore was a carpenter
who came from Ogden to work on the
government building at this place He
know that he had been exposed to
smallpox yet he worked among his
fellows and succeeded In Infecting
three ot them with tho disease Ear
ly In the summer of 1909 there was a
bricklayer came to Eanston from
Ogden to work on the state hospital
at this place A few days after ho
took sick with smallpox and know
ing what he had kept quiet antI short
ly after went to work Soon his wife
took down and the matter was re
ported to the health authorities and
they were quarantined Six cases re
sulted from thin In June 1909 a
grading foreman working for the Un
ion Pacific at Spring Valley Wyo
went to Bountiful Utah to visit his
family who wore reported sick Soon
after Ills return he broke out with
smallpoT lib was properly taken care
of and no cases followed I
Our present epidemic which start
ed tho latter part of Noember 1909
resulted from an Evanston family vis
iting Utah We have at present but
one family quarantined We are posi
tive that no coses which wore re
ported to the health authorities have
been permitted to go as stated by the
Ogden correspondent There may
have been one or two cases gotten
away from Evanston without ever con
sulting a doctpr If this Is tho case it
simply means that chickens are go
Ing home to roost
Utah has had the smallpox for tho
past ten years and will have It for a
long time In the future and will be
able to supply many states simply be
cause they do not compel or advise
their people to be vaccinated which
is the only rational way to treat
smallpox So we would suggest to
tho Ogden authorities make yourself
clean before criticising your neigh
bors Vaccinate your population
RAilROAD MAN
IDENTIFIES BODY
Laramie Wyo Feb GThe body
of the woman found in the river near
Spokane Wash February 2nd was
almost positively Identified today by
D H Lester signal mountaineer for
the Union Pacific railroad as that of
Mrs Edith Brown a divorced woman
who was here a year ago She wont
from hero to Denver and thence to
Sand Point Idaho The body wan
badly decomposed when found She
wore diamonds and gold rings and
was well dressed
In her pocket was a letter from
Lester dnted Laramio and the Sand
Point officers located him through tho
sheriff here
Mrs Browns father was named
Morgan and at the Hmo of his death
he had a position at tho Wblto House
In Washington The woman left two
children at Spokane and her former
husband lives at Sand Point
INCREASED COST OF LIVING
Washington Fob 7No report was
made today by Chairman Koan of
Yc I flll 7I
The Same Courtesy and Attention
is shown by the Commercial National Bonk to the small depos
itor as well as to thconc who has a large amount of funds to j
his credit
tj
An account with us safe
guards your funds and you arc
supplied with the best facilities
and service
COMiEEGJAL ri Accounts subject to check
NATIONAL r are cordially invited
AlTYI 4 per cent interest paid on
H f1J i1 Savings Accounts
OGDEN UTAH
Capital 10000000 Sur
plus and profits 9500000
A MT
aJ Il rw
Were Proud of It
The Ogden Business College
LEWIS BLOCK
Although less than three years since founded is now the
Leading Business School
Of Ogden and ono of the foremost Colleges of the West
COURSES ti FEATURES
English Best of Teachers
Commercial m FineS Equipment
Merit System
Shorthand J Good
Employment
Combined ti Department
I
I
I We challenge you Young Man and Young Woman to refute
this statement You cannot make a better investment
than to secure a business education
WILLIAM PUGH i H LEE BRADFORD
President r I Secry and Treasurer
T ASSIGNEES SALE
THE ELEGANT STOCK OP MERCHANDISE or
C e Dives Company
Consist ng of about 15000 worth of
Mens fine CIothng Hats and
furnishings
Is offered for sale in bulk at once by the assignee for the bene
fit of the creditors The most complete stock of its size and
kind in the st to
T 0 IVB A THElS Assignee
Basement First National Bank Building 1
OGDEN UTAH
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Cud BIow n You Electric
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1 Lnghi Bills
f B yUsing Onythe Best IncandescentLainps
f In order to protect our customers against cheap and in
2 ferior lamps we buy only the best grades and take tho added
pccaution to have them carefully inspected and tented by t
r the Electrical Testing Laboratories of New York City before
shipment from the factory to guard against defective or in
ferior lamps being included in the shipment
p We sell carbon lamps to our customers at the following
prices
8candlepower and 16candlepower 25 cents
32candlepower 40 cents
When the lamps are burned out or blackened we exchange I
new ones for the old ones at the following rates
8caudlepower and 16candlepower 10 cents
32candlepower 20 cents
We recommend that lamps be exchanged when they be r I
come blackened even though they arc not burned out The
m blackened lamp uses as much current but gives much less ill
light
Utah light and Railway Company
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Electricity for Everything j
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the senate committee on contingent
expenditures on either of tho resolu
tions before It providing for an Inves
tigation Into the subject of tho In
creased cost of living
Action was delayed in order that the
senate leaders might confer with ref
erence to formulating some plan for a
II nick and thorough inquiry
Senator Elkiua opposition to the
Lodge resolution will be withdrawn
It is said
PAULHAN ANXIOUS TO
FLY IN NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans Feb Announce
ment that ho was anxious to appear in
New Orleans without any guarantee
of purse because this city WAS ono
of the strongest French centers in
the United States Louis Paulhan will
probably undertake during the Mardi
Gras festival flights intended to add
still further to his name aa an Inter
national recordbreaker
GOVERNOR REFUSES TO ACT
Jefferson City Mo Feb 7 Gover
nor Hadley today refused to interfere i
In the case of Goo Williams and Geo
Reynolds negroes who arc to be I
hanged In Kansas City tomorrow Tho
negroes according to heir confes i
sion attacked a woman
BUILDINGS FALLING AS
THE SEINE RECEDES
Paris Feb 7Iho foreign subscrip
tions to the flood relief fund now ex
ceed 300000 The river Seine has
fallen 16 feet from Its crest
Moro caverns In tho streets and
falling houses arc reported as the re
coding waters withdraw the support 1
I Ing pressure <
The cabinet decided today to ask
parliament for 4000000 as the addi
tional credit necessary for the relief J
of victims of the flood c
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