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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9 1910 3
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UNION LABEL
STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
nd Phone two ringsNo 68
Bell Phone two rings No 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one rinD No5G
Bell Phone ono ringNo Gd
RANDOM
REFERENCES
Would Administer Estate A poll
Jon for letters of administration was
filed yesterday by Irwin T Ahord
oldest son of Simon Alvord who died
Tune 15 1873 leaving an estate valued
at 2500 mostly In realty
WANTED Clean white raga at the
Standard
Sues on NoteTo collect a promis
sory noto duo to have been paid Feb
29 1901 drawn up on Aug 20 190
amounting to 1280 with Interest 7
per cent Mrs E M Ives brought suit
against A Van Patton claiming that
since 1904 three payments on the
note have been made the total oC
which Is only 180 She asks that
judgment for 12SO be given less cred
its with Interest at ten per cent on
the remainder
For SaleZ heating stoves Inquire
for Mr Poulter basement Standard
f ethos
Band ConcertTonight at tho
school the Weber Academy band un
der direction of Prof E W Nichol
will give a band concert A choice
piogiam beginning at S oclock In
sures an enjoyable evening
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed tho bes
i Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ino
110 Boll 499K
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Probate Shupe Ect lteThc wife
and children of John W Shupe peti
tion for letters of administration for
the estate of Shupu who died Jan
3S 1010 leaving 500 In personal and
f 2500 In real estate property
Call Allen phones 23 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
I t specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Mission Circle MeetingMrs S P
Brooks of Grant avenue will enter
tain the members of tho Mission
Circle at her home this afternoon at
230 oclock The meeting will take
as the topic for discussion Crow
Indiana In Wyoming
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
I room consult John Sccwcroft Sons
Company
Thomas W Jackman of the Oregon
Short Line company at Pocatello Is
In Ogden on business
Advertisers must nave their copy for
t Evening Standard the evening be
fore tho day on which tho advertise
ment Is to appear In order to Inouro
publication
Swan Olson foreman at the South
ern Pacific shops in Ogdon returned
I yesterday afternoon from a months
I trip to Sweden F J Freoner of
I MonWllb who was acting asforeman
I during Olsons absence will return
to Montcllo today
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Mrs George A Torroy of GaS Twen
ty fourth street is confined to her bed
with a severe attack of pleurisy
For Sale Old newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
lr and Mrs C H oGsllng will en
tertain at a theater party at the new
Ogdon Theater tonlphL Mrs Gene
Noble of Wyoming will be guest of
honor
Mrs Gene Noble of Big Plney Wyo
ming Is the guest this week of h
and Mrs C H Gosling
THREE MEN SHOT DOWN
IN THEIR OWN HOMES
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Plttsburg Fob 9A feud among
Italian miners which has for months
terrorized the residents of Midway
f Pu a mining town near here cul
minated today In the killing of three
men who were shot down In their
own homos Two men who arc believed
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lieved to have done the shooting have
I fled and state constabulary went In
pursuit The populace is aroused to
n fury and a Ivnchlng Is not Improb
able
A 9000000 MELON
Philadelphia Fob ITho share
holders of the United Gas Improve
r ment company at n special meeting
bore today voted to cut a 9000000
melon They agreed to a 10 per cent
i dividend payable In stock
TOO LATE TO LASSIFY
FiRNISHED housekeeping rooms
2503 Grant 29lmo
W AN1EDA middleaged woman
housekeeper at 20S 12 25th St
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ANY USE
Saying our flour is tho best flour
Tar you to use unless we cnn back
P our statement with good solid
facts
Order a Sack of
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
today
Try It every day this weektry It
or all kinds of baking and at the
tad of the week tell us if youve ever
lad better bake Bluffs at less expense
Peerys Crescent Flour Is Its own
i est recommendation If you will but
ky It
ISUfiAR BEET
INDUSTRY
Of OGDEN
QUESTION OF DOUBLING CAPAC
tTY OF LOCAL FACTORY
All Depends on the Attitude of Beet
GrowersDemand in Made for
Certain Concessions
rho farmers of Hooper met tho
first of the week and organized a
Beet Growers union nnd In tho name
of the union asked for better railroad
facilities for transporting the beets
also that they ln given the factory
calc for beets delivered on the cars
at Hooper
Tho farmers base their demands on
the higher price which they claim
is being paid for sugar To this the
sugar people have replied that sugar
today Is selling for less than It was
tou years ago Tho second year tho
Ogden factory was operated the
wholesale price received for tile first
million pounds of sugar was 7 a
hundred pounds Sugar Is now whole
saling at 565 per hundred pounds
It Is understood Unit many of tho
farmers have ai ready signed the old
contracts for beets and this Is taken
to Indicate a desire among n ma
jority to continue the present har
monious relations with ho sugar peo
ple and to Ignore any agitation which
might subject the beet Industry to
any serious set buck or bring on dis
couraging uncertainties
The Amalgamated Sugar company
Is to double the capacity of its Og
den factory this year If there is a
complete understanding reached with
all the farmers within the next few
weeks but If an Irreconcilable differ
ence should develop during that peri
od then the orders for machinery will I
be cancelled and the beet acreage
necessarily will he reduced to the
Incited capacity of tho present plant
at this point
Tho consensus of opinion Is that
the best of feeling will continue to
irovall and that the sugar beet industry
ustry in the gden district will go
on as at present expanding and
spreading prosperity
MADSONEATINGER
A ory pretty wedding at which
Miss Gertie Mndson of Mount Pleas
ant San Peto county Utah and C II
atnger of Ogden wero the contract
Ing parties was consummated last
night in the presence of a few Inti
mate friends at the homo of Mr and
Mrs James Mack 14G2 Washington
avenue Bishop Taylor performing the
ceremony I
The fair young bride was lovely In
n gown of white chiffon nnd carried
a shower bouquet of pink and white
carnations The groom wore tho con
entlonal black Miss Adti Mack the
bridesmaid was charming In a gown
of green silk and Mr II M Mack i
served as best man
Following tho bridal ceremony light
refreshments were served and a delightful
Ightful social hour was spent
TIME FOR ENTRY ON
INDIAN LANDS EXTENDED
Washington Fob 9 Because of tho I
severe winter In South Dakota and the
northwest President Taft at the sug
gestion of Senator Gamble and others
has extended the time for entry to
the Cheyenne River and Standing
lock lands from April 1 to May 2
This Is to give the entrymon oppor
tunity to examine the lands
The lands are iu two districts but
Secretary lialllnger has nindo a regu
lation which will allow cntrymen to
appear at Aberdeen and make their
choice from tho whole of the loather
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Restaurant Keeper What roq
cant pay your bill Out you go then
Guest at the Noxt Tubl > Hero
landlord while you arc about It
throw me ouQ too
MORE MEN WALK OUT
AT BIG STEEL WORKS
South Bethlehem Pu Feb 0 As
a result of President Schwab refusing
l 0 treat with tho strikers at the Beth
lehem steel works until after the men
return to work 260 moulders after
joining the union laut night walked
out today and 300 more foreigners fol
lowed them About 2000 men are
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COMPLICATED
WillIs It trne that you have been
saying that Green stole your purse
BIlJOh no I merely nald that if
he had not asalstW In trying to find
it I would hare found IL
RESPONSiBLE
FOR I fiE
WRECK
CONDUCTOR AND MOTORMAN DIS
MISSED FROM SERVICE
Railroad Officials Act Quickly After
I Investigating the Cause of the
Accident of Tuesday
A committee of railroad officials met
last evening and placed tho respon
sibility for the wreck on the Oregon I
Short Line at the Twentysecond
street crossing yesterday morning on
Conductor H W Logan and Motor
man Leo Chase who had charge of
the motor car and recommended that
the bo dismissed from the service of
tho Oregon Short Lino
In accordance with the recommend
ations of the committee tho two men
have been discharged First Assist
ant Superintendent Rowlands stated
this afternoon that the men wero not I
kept In the service n minute after the
report of the committee was made
known
The board of inquiry consisting of
railroad officials and a citizen of Og
den considered the details of tho ac
cident yesterday evening and made
n report regarding the manner of the
accident and Its causes but they did
not protond to place the responsibility
upon any particular person or per
sons
Following are tho two reports
Ogdon Utah Feb S 1910
We tho undersigned committee
convened at Ogden at 930 p m Tues
day February Sth 1910 for the pur
pose of placing responsibility and ad
ministering discipline to those respon
sible for the accident that occurred at
Twenty second street crossing Ogden
Utah hetween Oregon Short Line
train 24 southbound In charge of Con
ductor J F Waterman Engineer A
Hatch and Fireman J D Huffman and
Oregon Short Line train 131 motor
car 170 northbound In charge of Con
ductor H W Logan Motorman Lee
Case at S17 nm February Sth 1910
After going over the scene of tho
accident and listening to all of the
testimony and carofully going over
the findings of the board of inquiry
which convened at Ogden at 715 p
m this date we agree that Conduc
tor H W Logan and Motorman Lee
Case of No 131 are entirely respon
sible for the accident ns they had no
right whatever to move out of the Un
ion Depot Yard againot train 21
which they had a meet with at Ogden
without being fully protected
We therefore recommend that
both of those men be taken out of the
service
Signed A F Brevvir Supt Utah
Division O S L Ry Co 0 B Chal
more Asst Supt Utah Vision 0 S
L Ry Co T F Xowlajids AJSt
Supt Salt Lake Division S P Co j
D J Malone Met Supt Halt Lake
Division S P Co R A Pierce gen
eral yardmaster Ogden Yard
Board of Inquiry
The board of Inquiry which met last
evening made the following report
Ogden Utah FebS 1910
We tho undersigned board j of In
quiry convened at Ogden Utah at
713 p m Tuesday February S 1910
to Investigate and place responsibil
ity for accldont at Twentysecond St
crossing Ogden at S17 a m this
date between No 131 motor car 170
in charge of Conductor Logan Motor
man Case and train No 24 engine
S7C In charge of Conductor Water
man Engineer Hatch and Fireman
Huffman Nos 131 and 2J being north
and southbound 0 S L Utah divis
ion trains
The entire committee first visited
point where accident occurred and
find that tho accident which resulted
In slight injuries to mall clerk and
sixteen passengers was caused by No
131 which had a meet with No 2S at
Ogden pulling out of Union Depot
yards proper intending to go to town
track the switch for which Is located
just north of the Twentysecond
street crossing and backing in there
to meet No 21 without duly protect
ing themselves
Conductor Logan claims that when
Operator Watkins delivered him his I
orders he told him that the dispatcher
had said that No 24 would arrive at
Ogden at 850 or S55 n in and for
him to go to north end of yard so as
to pull out immediately upon their ar
rival
On moving at a speed of 12 to in
miles per hour and just before reach
Ing switch just north of the Twenty
second street crossing they collided
with train 24
Investigation shows that engineer
on train 24 had seen the motor car
and had brought his train nearly to a
ston when the collision occurred
Damage to motor car 470 from four
to five hundred dollars damage to en
gins giG train No 21 about twenty
fie dollars
Signed A E Brawor SupL Utah
NOT I
Wouldnt Allow It
I always sold says a bright wo
man that I would never allow myself
to become a rheumatic old woman
hobbling around on a stick and munch
Ing my Jaws on account of nervous
ailments but horror of horrors two
years ago tho rheumatism came and
general debility with It
I didnt waste any time but set to
studying the question from a scientific
standpoint and came to the conclusion
that Improper food was the cause of
the trouble BO 1 discarded meat hot
broad pastry and all foods prepared
In lard nnd made up a new menu In
which GrapeNuts was the principal
food By thiN simple pleasant change
I not only got rid of the rheumatism
but I made a big gain In other ways
too
Today I am glad to tell you that I
havent a pain or ache anywhere in
my body and although I do a great
deal of literary work my brain forces
arc clear and active nerves are I
strong and I nm never troubled with
Insomnia I weigh US pounds and am
G5 years old You will liava to agroo
with me when I say I consider myself
n worthy exponent of tho benellclal
and nourishing results of GraycNuta
to which I owe my splendid health
Rend The Road to Vellvllle found
In pkgs Theres a Reason
Ever read the above letter A new
f one appears from time to time They
are genuine true and fil1 I man
Interest
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Division Salt Lake lty O S L
E T Spencer newspaper man D T
Malone Asst Supt Salt Lake Divis
ion S P Co 0 B Chalmers Asst
Supt Utah Division 0 SL Salt
Like City T F Rowlands Asst
Supt Salt Lake Division S P Co R
A Pierce general yardmaster Ogden
Yard F A McKlnstry Asot Supt
Salt Lake Division S P Co J J
Mnllaney disinterested conductor
PLANS FOR RECEPTION
TO THEODORE ROOSEVELT
Washington Feb President Taft
was today given full details of the
plans formulated for the reception to I
be tendered former President Roose
velt on his arrival in New York some
time between June 16 and 21
Col John A Stewart president of
the Now York SLate Lengue of Re
publican clubs and representative of
tho Republican Club of New York
told tho President the committee
would undoubtedly extend a formal In
vitation for him to be present at
New York as the guest of honor
In tho cablegram received at New
York yesterday Mr Roopovclt stated
that he would be glad to accept a re
coptlon provided It was made a sim
ple affair and was tendered on the
day of his arrival
Col Stewart sfild the Idea was to
have the steamer on which Mr Roose
velt arrives met down the bay by a
fleet of yachts and harbor craft and
that there be a land parade of some
sortThe plan for President Tnfts part
In the reception Is to have him pres
ent in Now York so that Mr Roose
velt will call upon him The days
celebration will end with a big ban
quet at which President Taft and Mr
Roosevelt will bo the principal speak
ers Col Stewart said tho reception was
to be kept free of any suspicion of
factional politics and there was noth
Ing of the return from Elba move
ment connected with It
President Taft had proposed to go
to Alaska during tho coming spring
but Indications are that he will not
be able to make the trip unless con
gress adjourns early In May
Tho President said ho would not
go to Alaska unless he could be back
In this country June 22 when his son
Robert A Taft graduates from Yale
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Under these clrcunwtances It Is
probable tho President will be able lo
bo in New York when Mr Roosevelt
returns from his African expedition
FIRST SHIP OF AUSTRALIAN
NAVY HAS BEEN LAUNCHED
London Feb 9The first ship of
the Australian nay was launched at
Govan Scotland this afternoon Mrs
Asqulth doing the honors
The Paramatta Is a torpedo destroy
er of the Impioved river class and reg
isters 700 tons In christening the
ship the premiers wife said
First born of the commonwealth
of Australias navy I name you Par
amatta God bless you May you up
hold the glorious traditions of the
British navy in the dominions over
seas
PLANNING THE ORGANIZING OF
COTTON SECURITIES ASSN
Washington Fob 9Tohn Hayes
Hammond and Daniel Sully associ
ated with several men prominent In
the cotton business In the south are
planning the organization of a cotton
securities corporation which probably
will have a capltallzatlpn of 10000
000 It was nnnouncedn y oday Exist
ing cotton companies would not be
affected adversely by the new corpor
ation It was said
SPANISH CABINET RESIGNS
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Madrid Feb 0Tito Spanish cab
inet headed by Premier Morel Y Pon
dcrgnat resigned today
Tho ministerial crisis was brought
about by tho right wing of the loyal
parly protesting against the premiers
alliance with the republicans one
Canalejas Y Mcndas leader of the
monarchial democrats has been
charged by the King with tho task of
forming a now cabinolrl
JOHN REDMOND AGAIN LEADER
Dublin Feb DJohn Redmond was
today reelected chairman of the Irish
Nationalist party at a meeting at
Mansion house Fifty four members
wore present Timothy M Healy and
William H OBrien and their follow
ers wore not Invited and did not at
tempt to participate hi tho meeting
CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH
Jamestown N D Feb 9 While
Mr nnd Mrs James Ellonbergcr prom j
luont residents of McLusky were at
tending n funeral In a nearby church
today their two sons Arthur aged
G years and Willie 2 years were
burned to death In a fire which de
stroyed their homo
SEARCHING FOR MISSING BOAT
Seattle Feb 9Tho revenue cut
ter Tahoma sailed for tho north today
In search of the missing life boat
which carried six men of the crew of
the steamer Farallon rho Tahoma
will take on a pilot at Seward and
then proceed to lllamanu Bay
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ELKINS RESOLUTION ADOPTED
Washington Feb 9Tho senate to
day adopted the Elkins resolution pro
vldlng for an investigation of the
causes underlying tho high cost of liv
ing I
A TIGHT ARGUMENT
Tom Wquieii endure pain much
bettor than men
Dick Who told you lnat tho doc
tor fifiT
Tom No the bootmaker II
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hVING demand from Lawyers and others
HAVING for desk alarm and call bell we
A show where the SEARCHLIGHT Clock
can be used for this purpose First as neat
clock on desk for time purposes and it takes
only a couple of seconds to set alarm at time of
appointment which is sure to remind one that
someone else needs immediate attention
The call bell can be used as shown to call
anyone in the office as signals adopted Then
again did you ever have anyone in your office
who having finished his business persists in
again going over matter thoroughly understood
with you having a stack of work awaiting ahead
of you By pressing the button you can make
way for suitable excuse to terminate the meeting
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THIS clock is not a toyit is an
article of household furniturean
adornment to the home and it is useful
The alarm clock will ring until you get
up out of bedand stop it The
alarm is kept ringing by the electric
battery and it will ring for hours if not
turned off This alarm will not stop
after awhile and let yon go back to
sleepit gets you up
I This clock will be sold to anyone for 5 cash orror
250 cash to anyone who will subscribe for and sign a con i
tract to pay for The Evening St andard for one year
Call and See It at The Standard Office
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THE SICK CAN CALL YOU
THIS clock is useful as a call bell
The electric current is so arranged
that when the button in the end of the
pear push is pressed the bell will ring
This is very convenient in a sick room
or wherever a call bell is needed This
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of the best time keeper made with
the advantages the latest develop
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DANG THE THING
Hl little electric incandescent
THE just above the dial will show
the time at any hour of the nitht All
you need to do is to touch the button at
the end of the cord which comes at
tached to every clock and the dial of
the clock will light up It is not neces
sary to rise from bed to light the
electric lighta touch of the button will
show you the time The cord may be
put under your pillow or in any con
venient place
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RAILROADS IN OKLAHOMA
OBTAIN INJUNCTIONS
SL Louis Feb Tnniporary in
junctions wero formally Issued today
In the United States circuit court
against the Stato of Oklahoma and the
Oklahoma corporation commission re
straining them from further enforce
ment of the twocent passenger fare
nnd certain railroad frolyut rates
The Missouri Kansas St Texas
and the Atchison Topeka Santa
Fe railroads gave bond for 250000
each and the Gulf Colorado Santa
Fe for 500JO to protect passengers
If it Is ultimately determined thut the
higher rate should not he continued
The orders followed an opinion do
livered by 1 G Hook J mvhloh ho
held iwidcnco showed that by tho
present rat In Oklahoma the rail
roads wore not earning a fair Income
on tholr Investment
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HENEY CLAIMS HERMANN
WINKED AT LAND FRAUDS
Portland Feb 9Argument was
begun today In tho conspiracy caw
against former Congressman Ringer
Hannnnn Francis J Honey making I
time opening address for the govern
ment Honey contended that If Her
of the general
mann as commissioner I 1
land olllcc wlukol atfrauds in pub E i r
lic lands In order to secure tho
friendship of certain Oregon poli
ticians whoso support ho wanted ni
lag senatorial ambitions ho was just I
as guilty of conspiracy as tho most 1 j
active of teh conspirators I
Honoy said the government did not
contend that Hermann received In I
trinsic compcusaUon hut It did claim
candidate for 1
that he was n perpetual
United States senator and that he l
lipt men like Special Agents Ormsby
told Loomis in oilico year after yen r
wjion he knew they were dishonent
so then men might advance his semis
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