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1 4 TE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 1910
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EUOALYPTUS FRAUD EXPOSED
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The Department of Agriculture has found it necessary to deny
false quotations accredited to bulletins issued by that branch of the
Government For instance Circular 97 of the forest service has
been misrepresented as saying that California in a few years will
be the only source of hardwood supply in the United States because
of the grovrth of the eucalyptus tree ir that state
1 In a letter just issued the department experts are quoted as say
I ing that there is promise of considerable success in the cultivation
i of eucalyptus trees in many parts of Californiabut estimates of profits
I and of fiTOTvth have been attributed to the department which are
unriUhoriscd There arc many uncertainties connected with euca
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lyptus culture Iho government experts say which the investor
should take into account
In gome cases stetainents falsely attributed to the forest Eervice
in advoljanrf matter havo been corrected when attention was called
to the facts but not before the niisutatemcnts had been widely cir
culated
Secretary Wilson sayj he does not intend to allow the name of
his department to bo used as a means of victimizing the public and
that in future any concern which attributes to the forest service un
authorized statements may expect the statements to be publicly dis
avowed
COMET DECLARED BE DANGEROUS
The astronomers as though conspiring to make life miserable
for the rest of humanity havc decided that the tail of Halleys comet
contains large amounts of cyanogen gas and that if the earth speeds
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through the tail on May 19 the cyanogen gas in union with the
hydrogen of the air will form hydrocyanic gas the most deadly
poison known to science
So after all the end is not to be by fire We are to die like bugs
I fed on formaldehyde What an inglorious ending
But somehow we doubt the astronomers because we have more
faith in the orderly destiny of planetary system including the
earth and the people on it I
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The spectrum shows the lines of cyanogen gas the experts say
and the spectrum is said to be reliable but it is yet to be proved that
what the lines of the prism tell us of distant heavenly bodies is abso
lutely reliable The composition of other worlds has been arrived at
by these spectrum analyses and thisvisit galleys comot may
help to upset some of the theories elaborately evolved from the
spectroscope and once more invite a guess as to the elements which
enter into the formation of planets and nebulae
Our opinion is the presence of the comet on May 19 will be ac
companied by no unusual disturbance
SUGAR BEET OUTLOOK
The Amalgamated Sugar Company has been planning to double
the capacity of the Ogden factory the machinery to be installed in
time for this years sugar campaign but we understand there is a
1 small cloud on the sugar beet horizon which is causing the local
4 sugar people to hesitate There is an agitation among farmers in
some parts of this district which has for its object the making of
demands which the factory people are not disposed to accede to and
while this uncertainty exists the Amalgamated officials are debating
whether to prepare for an increased tonnage at their local plant or
to allow things to drift
We trust that the farmers and the factory people soon will come
to an amicable understanding for it is said that if the present un
settled condition is not overcome within six weeks then it will be
too late to order the machinery in time for doubling the capacity of
the sugar factory this fall and as a result the beet acreage will have
to be restricted instead of enlarged and Ogden in common with
the farmers factory people and and all concerned will suffer a loss
The beet industry is the distributer of more money than any
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T other single industry in this part of Utah and it would be a source
of regret if it were crippled by unwise counsel I
JUST FOR FUN I
ShortLived
It takes a man a lifetime to ac
quire fame ald the moralUer
Yos rojolned the demoralizer
anil lilts memory bomotlmcs llugors
for as much as a week after hill fu > I
n rnl Chicago Now I
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Not a Sin
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Tu Pere Monsnbre the distinguished
French preaclior tlicrp came onu Sab
f bath nflcr muss a lady who Insisted
that she must see him on an affair of
I great Importance It was a matter
i > l conscience and she explained that
the was most seriously disturbed In
fact she was sadly given to vanity I
Ihat very morning she confessed she
had looked into the glosa and hud j
leldod to the temptation of thinking
herself pretty I
Pen Monsabrc looked at her It
that all my daughter
That IK all
Then KO in peace for to make a
mistake Is not a sin Lipptncotts
Rising to the Occasion
Edna DM yon jump when he kiss
ed you Vndor the mistletoe
Camllc had to lie is G feet 2
and Iaiu only I CClnf A P
A FevYears Hence
KnickerYon look tired
Bocker Yes I was upall night fly
IUb the baby Harpers Daxar
They Come and Go
JHowftbout yourcook When I saw 2
you last month you wore quite dls
intlsflnfl with her
Was I responded the hostess
wearily Ive been dissatisfied with I
five or six cooka since thenKansa6
City Journal
Curiosity Aroused
Pollt gnlonman Horo Is tompililn
i would llk to call your attention to
madam It is the very latest tiling
out I
Mrs Rounder nhRentlIr there
aiiNlhln out later than my husband
Ill take Itlf only for a cnrloalty
Exchange
Romance vs Reality
Wcrtderly Thoso novelists are all
natijro fnkors
tSliigleton Whats the amnver
vyedlorly When tho hero proposes
to the heroine she always says Oh
thin IB so Biiddou But its different
In real life When I proposed to my
wifo she said Well I think its
abqit lime Ive boon expecting you
to iiiako tho break for six months
Chicago XOVH
cJOCETY
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DANCING PARTY
Between three hundred and fifty
nnd four hundred guests wore enter
taincd at one of the most brilliant
balls of the season given by Mr and
lrtJnck Browning and Mr and Mrs
Mark Smith at tho Congress Dancing
academy
The reception room and dancing
hall were bountifully decorated with
palms and flowers tho reception room
arranged Jungle style presenting a
most enchanting scone under tho
lirotty soft shading of tho Japanese
lights dark green seats being artist
ically arranged among tho palms
An enlarged orchestra provided a
lino musical program uoloctcd from
the most popular dance music Punch
was served to thu guoBta by a bevy of
fair young ladien nnd daintily pre
pared refreshments were served to
the guests during tho evening under
the diroctlonof n local caterer
The Immlpomoly gowned ladies
sparkling jewels gentlemen in full
evening dress the tloworK soft llgbtR
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ATTRACTIONS AT TiiE GDEN THEATRE
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i 1 TUTW arr FRfAY WIGHT FEBRUARY 11
TORJM nnr The Associated Students of the University of Utah present
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The UMveFsIty Dramatic Club
1i 1 L CHARLES FROHMAN in John Droxvs Grcatesl Success
j47 PRESENTS 1 Tre awraey of the Wells
S i7 ffH V A Comedy in four nets h y Arthur Pinerx Sent sale Thurs
t vy ilL tlie fliile F dll Feb 10th 10 n in
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k It th rrw Ti 1l 7 Wf
pi rc IN HIS BEST AND GREATEST SATURDAY FEB 12th
SUCCESS
I MATINEE AND NIGHT
Si 2re FATtIER Bailey a Austin
I IN THE FANTASTICAL MUSICAL COMEDY
f and I The Top 0
the BOYS rJfh World
° The AllYear Round Success at the CASINO and MAJESTIC H
GEORGE ADES FINEST
THEATERS N Y CITY and STUDEBAKER
fr k AND FUNNIEST COMEDY THEATER CHICAGO
ct ONLY ONE COMPANY PLAYING PIECE
There are no Number Two Top 0 Th World Companies
SEAT SALE NOW ON AT BOX The Real Stars and Original Company Intact
OFFICE PRICES 50c to 200 STAT SALE THURSDAY
FATHER AND THE BOYS
WI1 H CRANE a1 Lemuel Morewood In George Adcc Comedy r iijrff wvjfrjfahtljMRgamj ix Hrmnj OK r Jor EHKStew
I 01 JST c iJ > r 11J t WfJfDJi r I i
I 1 1 id dreamy music provided an Ideal
evening
Many out of town guests were
I present among the number being Mr
rid Mia Ottis Dunham of iIIs 1 ark
North Dakota Mrs Harrv Bayard of
Chicago Mr and Mrs if Tenbroke
I Mrs Bridge Mr and Mr ticorgo
Savage Miss Ida May Savage Ir
a 11 Mrs W J Shoaly of Salt Lake
Miss Ruth Minogite of Michigan Hdr
act Kebeker of Logan Miss iVannle
ofta t Miss Sullivan Mr and Mrs
ft v TtrvpHds Mr and Mrs Wbevke
of Salt Lake
SURPRISE PARTY
A surprise party was given by Mm
Lewis Cowan In honor ot Mr Lewis
i Cowan last Wednesday evening Hgh
five with other game and music were
the social diversion of the evening
first prizes being won by Mrs Hlch
ard Cowan and Mrs Ora Foy anil tho
consolation prizes being awarded to
n Edna Slater Heath and Mr
Georgo Hudson
At 1030 tho guests repaired to tho
dining room which with Its beauti
fully decorated andountlftiMy laden
table presented a most pleasing ap
pcorancc Mrs Cownn was assisted
In serving by Mrs Richard Cowan
Mr James Cownn and Miss Crystal
Cownn
TlVose present were Mr and Mrs
Lewis Cowan Mrs Richard Cowan
Ltouis Stanger Miss Nellie Cowuu
Spcucer Torn Georgo llo son Mica
Crystal Cowan David Taylor William
Cowan Mrs William Cowan James
Knight Clarence Cowan Richard
Slater Mrs Edna Slater Heath Mr
nnd Airs Ora Foy Mr and Mrs
James Cowan Arthur Wheolor Spot
Cowan T Cowan Mr and Mrs Phil
Slater Floyd Cowan Frances Cowan
and Clyde Cowan
ENTERTAINMENT j
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A fine prosratn will be rendered at
the State Industrial school tomorrow
evening under the auspices of the Og
den Historical society All who are
Interested In the welfare of the loath
tutlon or who would be pleased to
1 Mr ibo renaltion of tho program will
be cordially welcomed Those desir
ing to attonil will take tarS at the
Utahna Drug store corner at 730 p
Ill
The following program arranged by
the committee Mra Kdwnrd Blchsol
Mrs A 13 Corey Mr 1 S Gordon
will bo rendered
Piano solo Mrs J A Ferraro
Duel Miss A Rosalie Holberg and
Miss Alllc Gunnoll
Talk on Lincoln ReX S Eldor
Kln
Solo A R White
Reading Mrs C J Ross
Piano solo Mrs J A Ferraro
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BALL
At their regular session Moriday
evening tho Uniform Rank of the
Knights of Pythias installed tho fol
lowing officers A M Hodge captain
13 R Geiger flrrit lieutenant and Ben
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E Tyroo second lieutenant
After the Installation committees
WCTO appointed to havo charge of the I
grand Valentino ball to bo given In
tho Royal Dancing Acudomy next
Monday evening Everything pos
sible to make tho affair one of tim
events of tho season Is being dono by
the Knights and they will undoubted
ly succeed
A fine program has boon arranged
or the band concert at Weber acad
emy this evening tho opening num
bor to bo given at S oclock
O O
The Ladies Aid society of the First
Congregational church of Ogden will
moot at the home of Mrs C F Conn
81 Twentyfifth street tomorrow af
tornoon
Mrs E C Manson and Mrs D J
Malone wore guests of Mrs H H Van
HouBon In Salt Lake City Tuesday I
afternoon at a bridge tea Tho af
fair was one of the > prettiest of the
proLenten season
Miss Florence Ethol Fisher hasjgono
to Pocatollo whore she will sing in
a theator
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OFFERED TO SELL 13000
IN STOCKS FOR 20 CENTS
Connelsvllle Pa Fob 9 Penniless
but with stock certificates purport
Ing to be worth 13000 a man who
nays he Is Thomas A Hornback or
San Jose Cal Is being held here Ho
vas caught riding n blind baggaco
mi a naUlmorc Ohio train
Hornhack had eer pockoi 1I1hJrt
wllh stock certificates of an Alaska
mining company The certificates
were signed by Hornback as president
and the par value was expressed as
fl Hornback offered to sell the
whole lot for twenty cents
Hornback said ho had been to Wash
ington to got money to work his mlno
but found his backer had gone to Cal
ifornia His case is being investigat
ed
I LETTER LIST
I List of letters remaining in the Pont1
office at Ogden Utah Feb S which
I If not called for in two weeks will bo
sent to the dead letter office
Gentlemens List
itaLic J H
Boxwell William Bofa 1 Balloy
JS Brooks J6hn Boyer I W P
Brinkorhoff 0 M Bryant Eugene
Bright Ben I
Clark D T Campbell S A Camp
R H Catalina Peter Garden In
I C Christensen M W
I Daekin Walter S Dlckson J B
Dronnan J H Dutton E H Doyle
I D L
I Ellison J P
Fox Frank E Freeman Fred E
Goyer K Gus Sam Grondyke
Harry Gochls Antonen G Greg
son Ale
Hall Shelton due Ic Hoalln
James Hill Roy Hulac EMIson
Hockne3 Berl
Irvin H F i
Jones Polo Jenkins Joseph S
Jenkins Albert P Jenafukus Mr
Kolofl Stolan
Lodewcigh R G Lake Joseph
Lamb F E Loyd C S
McGahan Dan Morton H A Ma
norm George Marlon F A
NeiiECl C H
Murphy W r Milano Paul Mop
pen August
Peterson David Phillips Ben Phil
lips W J Penrod Coo M duo Ic
Porter Ross Poeppel G Pearson I
Alfred Pierre H
Robinson Charles Rodgers Wm I
Rider J E Ricdhart Frank
Solomon l1Itou Sun John Staples
r Hurbet Syrlln B I
ThomasHomo Music Co Thomas
E R
Vargn Tomo Vickory Goo II I
Western Pacific Ry West O E
Williams V S WInslow Herbert
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Williams Mr Wilkins E E Wyatt
Blllle Warner Heber 0 2116 Lin
coin Avc
Ladles List
Atkinson Mrs J E
Brookhart Miss Lillian Bower
Mrs Mlnnlo Bclma Mrs de Mod R
R
Clianiborlln Miss Bertha Cohen j
Mrs Annie Campbell Miss Georgia I
Cit lIunn Mrs Mary
Dimples Miss Dolly Dlnsdalc Miss
Sadie 1
Ervln Mrs Cora
Fanalee Miss Lazoe
Graves Mrs A Gibbs Mrs L
lllgbce Miss Pearl
Maxwell Mrs Cora Miller Mrs
E H Munson 0 E CIcrritt Miss
Nora
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Poannan lira Tibia Pierce Miss
Hazel Preer Miss Martha Phillips
Mrs fleece E
St Charlos Mrs Blanche Stowcll
Miss Ethel
Whltlock Mrs Erda Walker Miss
Mollle
Packages
American Post Polo Co
Burklst George
Faloon John
Noorlandor A
Prigs Joe
Thornhlll F W
L W SHURTLIFF P M
UNION PACIFIC SCHOOL
A highly original Interesting and
important work has Just been inaug
urated by the educational bureau of
the Union Pacific railroad at Omaha
A school was opened January 16 for
giving personal Instruction to appli
cants for positions as student holporr
at stations It docs not teach tolo
nraphy but Instead draws its material
from graduates of teclgraph schools
Any man who can pnss tho physical
requirements has a common school
education and can receive twonty
flvo words por minute eligible for
admission to this station school which
Is completely equipped at a model lo
cal station All of the mainlino tel
egraph wires are cut Into this school
v hlch Is a regular railway and Went
0111 Union telegraph olfice It has
thi > furnloure of a local office all
forms waybills tickets baggage I
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chocks etc
The Instructor of this school was
selected from the conipauys entire
list of agents His name is P S
rime and ho has been agent for the
I company at Wilson Kaa for twenty
five years and holds one of the Com
paqs modalo for a perfect station
waded during one of the annual in
Bpetclons All student helpers for the
j system will be lurnlehod from this
school
The course will consist of about four
I to six weeks work and under cer
tain conditions students are paid the
regular station helpers wage while
I completing their studies in this
school It is not the intention to try
j to teach the students the entire sub
r Joct of station work but the school
has proven ability to teach them how
I to make a proper bill of lading how
I to waybill goods make out expense
1 bills and do preliminary work of thIs
I naturo which will make thorn valu
j able and real helpers from the start
I The idea of the school briefly is
1 to educate these young men at the
expense 0 one certain department
rather than to educate them at the
expense 0 the entire organization be
cause a new man of this kind going
out and making mistakes through Ig
norance as he is bound to do under
the old plan makes trouble through
II the ntlre organization In causing
freight to go astray reports to be
come mixed or unintelligible etc
GRAFTER IS SWINDLING
MANY WOMEN IN UtAH
Women in Utah are being swindled
and annoyed by a clever grafter
The grafter Is a welldressed and an
affable person who after ringing the
doorbell of tho house lie has selected
and introducing himself as a repre I
sentative of a Chicago firm engaged
in the business of making lifesized
naturaltlnted enlargements of photo
I graphs offers to give to the tenant
I the sample he is carrying
All that he asks in return for the
gift Is that the tenant hang tho pic
ture on the wall of tho homo and tell
those who see It the name of the
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firm making it Ho then asks if thoro
13 not a picture about the house that
Iho tenant would like to have enlarged
and tinted with water colors eo that
it will appear lifelike He immedi
ately assures tho tenant there la no
coat connected with the scheme and
that his firm is doing the work and
giving away the completed picture for
the advertising value the picture will
have
Tho fact that thoro is no expense
connected with tho deal Is Impressed
upon the victim time after time In
the mans statement and no papers
are presented for signature The
giafter then makes a request for a
picture which Is usually forthcoming
after which he departs wtlh the state
ment that ho will return with the
proof In about ten days
Returning with the proof but with
out the original picture he asks the
tenant what soil of frame Is wished
and when he Is told that no frame
is wanted he refuses to leave the
proof but promises to return the or
iginal picture Before he leaves tho
house he Impresses upon the victim
that tho proof will be finished pf
It is his property and ho then tolls
the tenant that ho will sell tho fin
Ished picture to some saloon In tho
city where it will be a source of n1
vortislns to the firm ho Is represent
I ingBy
By this
time tho woman who as a
I rule he always selects for tho swindle
is more than willing to buy any
frame ho may show In case tho or
dor for tho frame Is not forthcoming
ho departs but never returns tho orig I
inal picture Ho leaves no addrof
giving the excuse that his firm has not
as yet obtabllshed permanent quar
ters in this city
The grafter described by his vic
tims who on account of the notoriety
refuse to give their names to the po
lice an n welldressed tall and slender
lUau with dark curly hair dark eyes
and snioothBhavon
JEWISH IMMIGRATION MAY
MAKE HOMES IN UTAH
Members of the Salt Lake Real Es
tate association will gather at tho
CommoVclnl club for the regular fort
nightly mooting of the association
Tho principal topic for confederation
will bo a request for cooporatlOn re
ceived by tho association from the
Jewish Immigrants Information bur
can of Galvoslon Tex This bureau
aaa funds at its disposal from a be
quest of the late Baron Hirsch and It J
seeks to place Immigrants In locali
ties where with slight asulstanco
from the bureau they can become fin
ancially Independent Thoso interest
ed in the bureau say that tho Jewish
immigrants make desirable settlors
and good citizens and they never be
come public charges
The question of cooperating with
the bureau will be discussed thorough
iy and some plan of action decided
upon It Is probable thai Rabbi
Charles J Freund will explain the
purposes of the bureau to the real
estate men
Citizens Ogden
Boost for your city by usIng OG
DEN MADE FLOURIt coats you no
more and every sack you use Is a
I boost for your town
In that way yon make a Chicago
of O den Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
TECOMA CAMP IS
YIELDING RICH ORE
Driving 15 feet from the bottom of
an old inclined shrift In the Mineral
I Mountain mine at Tecoma Nov has
resulted in taking out a halfcarload
oi ore much of which runs as high
ns siao a ton according to C F Whip
ple who arrived In the city yesterday
from camp Taking out of tho rica
ore is being continued and It Is the
intention to send a shipment to thu I
smelter very soon
The Mineral Mountain Is ono of the
group of mines In Lucln district own
ed by T G Clogg and associates or
t city and Idaho others being the
Little Butte and Tecoma The Miner
al Mountain and Tecoma are old
mines on the main lode of the district
although the shaft from which Mr I
Whlpplo Is taking the rich ore was J
only 62 feet deep when ho started
working in IL i
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Lessees on the Salt Lake Copper I
companys property arc taking out and
shipping ore at the rate of 2C000 a
month Mr Whlpplo says wijlh 20 men I
employed That the district baa a I
great future as well as a biilllant past
he has uo doubt As an evidence ot
this he is displaying a handsome gold
medal which he has Just received
from the FourState Fair association
of Ogden for the best display ow I
DIes
OSMr l
Mr Whlpplo had at last years fair j
a display of ores all from the Lucln
district which captured the grand
prize in competition with mining
camps of four states j
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MORE LAND FROM THE
GOVERNMENT FOR UTAH
E D R Tbomn fin r riatnr n th
United States land ortico gives notice
thai the following full and fractional
Plata have been received at his oillco
from the United States
surveyor
gen
eral for Utah
I Township 21 south range 16 west
Salt Lake meridian
I Township 22 sooth range Ifi west
Salt Lake meridian
I Township 2J south range 14 west i
i Salt Lake meridian I
Township south range 11
woat
j Salt Lake meridian I
Township 23 south range It west I
I Salt Lake meridian
I Township 11 south rango 1 oast
Salt Lake meridian
Township 12 south rango 1 case
Salt Lake meridian
The plats will bo filed in Mr
Thompsons office March 12 and the
I state of Utah
having acquired a ppjf
eronco right of selection under the act
of August IS 1S94 to the townships
except under rights initiated prior to
January IS 190l wl1l bo allowed until
May 12 1910 inclusive ulthin which
to exorclHo its rights
From and after May 1C 1910 the
remaining lands should there be any
will bo subject to entry under the
public land laws
Health Demands
u < w < bAiviiu a tUHflJlCiUJHUlCf
chat the bowels be kept regu I
lar Neglect m < sickness
Sluggish bowels are quickly I
regulated by
Beechams
Pills
Sold Erorrvrhcr j
In Iozu 1Oc nd 25
FIRE AT MALAD CITY
DOES MUCH DAMAGE
Naiad City Lda Feb 9Mrtlad Is j
on fire but there IH every reason to
believe that the town will be saved
At 1 oclock this morning the situa i
tion was hopeful for a cessation of
the flames If the firemen lose con
I
trol of the situation however Ogden
will be asked to send firefighting t
apparatus on a special train
Thus far the chief loss has been the
burning of Hardings restaurant Tho i
loss hero Is estimated at about 500ti
with 2000 of Insurance Other mliioi
losses have occurred i
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The fire was discovered at about 10 I
oclock Tuesday night In the rooms J
over tho restaurnnL Tho origin h
not known
Theodore Lorch and his company of I
actors from Salt Lake wero presenting i
St Elmo In the opera house at Itc
time and when the fire alarm wa
given the audience rushed out In great <
confusion No ono was injured In
I the crush however
The theatrical people had accommo
I dations In the rooms over tho Harding
restaurant and lost some of their
wearing apparel Their loss how
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I ever will not be heavy
I EAGLES NINTH ANNIVERrf
I SARY I i
The members of Ogden Aerie No j
118 F O E their wives sweet i
I hearts and friends arc cordially in
vlted to attend the ninth anniversary i
social at tho Eagle Hall Wednesday I
I Fob 9th at S p m Dancing and re I
frcahmonts Committee
I TWO PRISONERS ESCAPE J
FROM OHIO PENITENTIARY 4j
I j
Columbus 0 Fob 1Frel1 Con I
nors a safo blower up for fifteen
years from Lucas county and Willis
Williams a forger from Lucas conn i
ty whose one year terms would Ian I
expired next October escaped from
tho Ohio penitentiary early today and i I
probably got out of town on a freight
train They sawod a bolt from tho
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fastening of the door of their cell
and escaped over the wall just before 1
daylight J
APPOINTMENTS RATIFIED j
11 I 0
Rome Feb 9The following in j 1
polntmcnts were ratified by the >
r oi > I J
today
Rev J G LaColer to be anxlHarv I 11 I
archbishop of St Paul MImi Rev J J
W Shaw of Mobile Ala to be road
Jutor bishop of San Antonio Tex
Right Rev Donis ODonaghue an til
lary bishop of Indianapolis tr > bs h
bishop of Louisville Ky hm
MUCH MONEY SPENT IN
I BOSTON CITY ELECTION
I Boston Feb 93uor John Fits
eorald paid out IOiiOO to be elcofl
Bostons chief executive under tire
now charter according to his return
of expanses just made His dof at
ed opponent James S Storrow rocon
Iy gave out his personal expenses a
103000
A Blow fn the BecAn overcoat is o
necessary nuisnnco and tho tendency to tclo
it off 011 warmish days in Into nutumn an > l
winter is ns strong aa it is unwis A
treacherous wind hits you in the back aud
the next morning you bare lumbago nub
well and often with Perry Davis linkilllf
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