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THESTANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 191fr
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOM
Ind Phone two ringsNo 58
Bell Phone tYrO rinD No 66
EUSINESS OFFICE
I I Ind Phone one ringNo 60
t Boll Phono one ringNo 53
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RANDOM
I REfERENCES
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WANTED Clean whlto rags at tho
Standard
r Kcmmcror Com guaranteed tho bes
r Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co tee
HO Boll 499K
Died In San Francisco Word hns
I been received In Ogden from San
Francisco announcing tho death in
that city February 15 of Mrs M E
Lomax formerly a resident ot Ogden
and Salt Lake She was the wife of
the late Judge J D Lomnx who was
well known In Utah She Is survived
by two daughters and three sons J
H Carter of Lincoln Neb S P and
J T Carter Mrs B F Stacey and
Mrs J C Sadler of San Francisco
STORAGE at reasonable rates In
i good brick building If you need any
room consult John Sccwcroft Sons
Company
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
c specialty Also prompt delivery of
I baggage 412 25th
In Municipal CourtIn the civil di
vision of the Municipal court this
morning judgment was rendered In
1 favor of L F Moench against Freder
ick Krumpccmnn In the sum of G5
Interest and costs of court The time
1 j of tho court In this division Is being
occupied principally just now In the
t hearing of the case of C Ducheneau
vs E W Patrick Tho suit was
brought to recover 101 alleged to
be duo on a violation of contract en
tered Into for the lease of certain
premises rho case Is being trlod by
a Jury and It was begun yesterday at
2 oclock In the afternoon It will not
be finished until some time this after
noon
Advertisers must nave their copy tor
t e Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on which tho advertise
ment is to app nr in order to Inoure
publication
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using OG
DEN MADE FLOURIt coats you no
more and every sack you use Is a
boost for your town
In that way you make a Chicago
of Ogdon Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
EVER NOTICE
That when tho biggest bargain sales
are on you have tho least money
That when the roads are most Im
passable tho coal bin IH lowest
That when you have the most to
do you aro least Inclined to do it
That when you have uothnlg worry
ing you you begin to worry lest it
Is a Hiiro sign that you arc about to
have something to worry you
That tho reason tho world Is not
L bettor Is because your plan of reform
Is not adopted by everybody
That tho more you write or read
of Uils sort of pessimism the worse
of you ar07
H PREPARING
fOR FLOOD
I
WATERS
Chairman J J Barker of the street
ommltteo of tilt council IH busily en
gaged Just now preparing to protect
l city property from the sewer mains
on lower Twontyllrst street near tho
banks of the river Tho city council
has authorized Immediate action
Assistant Superintendent Thomas
Fitzgerald of the Southern Pacific com
pany has tendered free of cost to the
engineering department of tho city
three carloads of rock that are within
800 foot of the place where tho river
bank needs to be reinforced to save
tho pipe Thcro aro about 100 tons of
rock there almost enough It is stated
to make the necessary breakwater
The water has already washed tho
river bank away to the extent that
the water SH running to within a few
feet of tho sewer pipe and It Is stated
by tho engineer that If something is
noL done to check its mad career In I
one hours time tho flood water could
wash the pipe Into the river
i
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ANY USE
Saying our flour is tho bent flour
for yop to use unless wo can back
I up our statement with good solid
acts
Order a Sack ot
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
today
Try It every day this wcok trr It
for all kinds of baking and at tho
ond of the wel ik tell us 1C youve over
md better bakostuftB nt less expense
Pcerys Crescent Flour in Itn own
best recommendation If YOU will but
br 1U
TE N ij NEE R
fOR 37
YEARS
Charles Paul a pioneer engineer on
tho Oregon Short Line railway was
In Ogden yesterday attending to busi
ness affairs and meeting with hIs old
time friends and acquaintances Many I
pleasant reminiscences were related I
by himself and those who have known
him for EO many years
Mr Paul has been In active sorvico
as engineer for nearly thirtyseven
years Jie having begun his career In
the fall of 1S7C Since that time he
has been pulling passenger trains over
tho hill to Pocatello and has never
had any other run
When he began his work with the
company as engineer the road was
known as the Utah Northern and
trains were operated over a narrow
gauge Since then It has become an
Important part of the Oregon Short
Line system
Ho recalls that in the earlier period
of the Utah Northern railway systems
life very small engines were In use
and small loads wore hauled Pas
senger trains never contained more
than five or six coaches and It was
with considerable difficulty that even
that load was pulled over the hill
Mr Paul resides at Logan He says
that ho Is in the best of health and ox
poets to Jlull passengers over the
road for a number of years yet to
come
fAMOUS PIONHR
PASSES AWAY
Samuel Fletcher tho man who dug
tho first shovel full of earth for the
excavations on the famous Mormon
Tabernacle at Salt Lao and who
was a member of Brigham Youngs
bodyguard having crossed the plains
In 1S59 In an ox team died yesterday
afternoon at tho Ogden General hog
pltnl aged 71 ot dropsy
Mr Fletcher who was born In Cum
berland near Marysport England on
May 5 1839 was tho son of Adam
and Anne Clark Fletcher When only
13 years of age he came to America
Joined the Mormon church February
2 1S59 and on September 20 the
same year arrived In Salt Lake over
the tortuous trails with an ox team
During the period of the Black Hawk
v nr Mr Fletcher served as a private
acquitting himself nobly He moved
from Suit Lake to Coalvllle when that
district was opened and was one of
the pioneers of that section of the I
state He opened up the Grass Creek I
mines for the Mormon church and In
1SS7 njovcd to Rock Springs Wyo
where he lived until 1901 when ho
moved to Kauesvlll Weber county
For a number of years Mr Fletcher
was president of the Fiftyninth
Quorum of Seventies
In all he had 15 children of whom
nine sons survive along with 1C
grandchildren The remains have been
removed to the undertaking parlors of
Larkin 8 Sons from when they will
be taken to Coalvllle for burial While
definite arrangements have not as yet
been made it Is probable that the fu
noral will be held on Sunday
DfRMODY NfW
LOCAl MANAGER
Effective February 15 W J Der
mod former wire chief of the local
Western Union office was installed
as local manager of the office to take
the place of former Manager T Me
GutnncsB who goes to San Francisco
to accept a position with tho West
ern Union as wire chief of tho San
Francisco ferry office Mr McGuln I
ness has an enviable record of serv
ice with the Western Union compaily
having served about 30 years In the
ranks of Its employes Ho has been
for tho past several years connected
with the Ogden office and while here
made a number of friends
Mr Dermody is well known In this
city whore he has a host of friends
among the patrons of the Western
Union office He was formerly local
manager but resigned to accept more
congenial employment with tho com
pany Ho is held In the highest re
gard by the company and his associ
ates and Is looked upon as ono of
the most skilled electricians and
telegraphers In the western country
TRAINS MAKE TIME
OVER THE CUTOFF
Another vindication of the stability
I and permanence of the OgdeuLucln
CutOff which certain Salt Lake
sources seem to believe and hope will
eventually bo abandoned for some
Imaginative impossible route al
ready known as tho Farmington cut
off was given yesterday when the lo
cal railroad officials stated emphati
cally that no damage beyond Uio
splashing of salt water on the
rails rendering them rather slippery
and trouble for the
making some en
ginomcn in starting their trains had
been done by the storm which des
troyed approximately ten miles of the
track recently constructed by thu
Western Pacific Railroad company nt
the southern end of the Great Salt
Lake
Press dispatches from Salt Lake and
other points contain tho Information
that considerable damage wan done
the Western Pacific Railroad company
In tho blR storm so rnuca In fact that
it must bo several weeks before traf
fic cun bo resumed over this line
Whon It IB considered that the West
ern Pacific road has not nearly as
long a stretch of track over the lake
as the Southern Pacific has in the
Lucln Cutoff and yet a storm which
almost wipes out tho Western Pacific
road falls to affect the transportation
of the
facilities Harriman lines over
the cutoff it Is apparent that the
Lucln Cutoff Is a fixture I
Railroadmen are making prepara
tions to handle the extra traffic which
will naturally come through Ogden by
reason of the Western Pacific being
put temporarily out of service This j
makes two roads
Tall now depending on
Jjo Harrlman Ilncs4hrouch iOdenijo
handle their truffle the Salt Lake
Route being forced to Bend lu traffic
and freight via the Southern Pacific
on account of the disastrous Meadow
Valley wash
In spite of the snow and buzzard of
blmrd
Tuesday all trains on the Harriman
lines coining into Ogden were kept
on time Monday and Uic same up to
schedule condition provjillod ester
day none of the trains being reported
late
lr lPROVtr 1trJTS TO BE
MADE BY RAILROAD
Thoso pedestrians who chanced to
be passing along Twentyfifth street
at Its junction with Lincoln avenue
yesterday afternoon wore given tho
opportunity of seeing a large twostory
frame house being moved bodily from
Its foundation drawn on two long I
trucks by a team of heavy draught
horses clear out to tho street and
trundled down tho avenue as though
nothing but an ordinary load of wood
Tho house nest to tho Bambcrger sta
tion is being removed to make way
for improvements and this was the
occasion which drew such a largo
crdwd yesterday afternoon at this
poInL
COURT Jlll HEAR
COTTER ESTATE CASt
The hearing lu the case of David
Jbnson who has applied In the district
court for letters of administration In
the case of Julia Corer who died In
Butte Mont March 22 i909 has been
sot for 930 oclock on the morning
of March oth
Mrs Cotter left a number of chil
dren to whom most of the property
which ic in Butte for the most part
was left In her H dated October 21
1908 About 75 In realty covers the
value of the estate In Ogden
Wirostoos Sea Lions
AT THE ORPHUM
The Greatest Animal Act
Ever in Ogden
RAilROAD SETTLES
WITHOUT COURT CASE
An order authorizing settlement out
ot court was filed In the district court
yesterday In the case of Rudolph A
Kroll the unfortunate brakcman who
died as a result of injuries received
In the Lemay wreck on the Southern
Pacific road recently According to
the papers filed tie Southern Pacific
company agreed to settle all claims
and damages for tho sum of 000 This
was satisfactory to Mary Krl widow
of the deceased and she thereupon
flpplled to the court for an eider nu
thonzlng settlement for this sum out
of court which has been granted
PidTT FUNERAL
t Ell A TTEfJOfD
In charge of Bishops Counselor
Nathan Tanner the funeral services
for William j ricnctt were held yes
terday afternoon from thu First Ward
meeting house at 2 oclock The ward
choir rendered Though Trials Throng
Your Way In addition to which se
lections were rendered by a male
chorus under direction of Prof Jo
soph Ballantync the first being His
Noble Work Is Done
Christians Good Night was then
delivered by Orson Griffin after which
Apostle D 0 McKay gave a stirring
sermon on the Immortality of the soul
and the Resurrection Apostle McKay
was followed by Nathan Tanner who
delivered an eloquent eulogy The
services wore well attended and the
floral offerings were numerous and
beautiful Burial In tho
beauliul was city
cemetery the grave being dedicated
by E A Larkln
ROYAL CRADLES OF EUROPE
I by any possibility an exhibition
could bo arranged of the royal cra
dles of Europe would bo a source of
delight to tho art connoisseur The
cot In which the queen of Hollands
baby sleeps Is tho one In which her
own Infant days wore passed The
queen of Italy has used for her chil
dren a magnificent silver cradle pro
Bcnted to her by tho prince of Mon
tone ro I Is in solid silver and
weighs over forty pounds On tho
top may be seen the arms of tlaly and
Montenegro ind a the bottom a
DOUBT DISAPPEARS
No One In Ogden Who Han a Bad
Back Can Ignore This Double
Proof
Does your back ever ache
Have you suspected your kidneys
Backache Is kidney ache
With It comes dizzy spells
Sleepless nights tired mil cavA
Distressing urinary disorders
Cure tho kidneys to cure it ail
Doans Kidney Pills brIne quick re
lief
Bring thorough lasting cures
You have road Ogden proof
Read now the Ogden sequel
Renewed testimony tested by time
Mrs Sine Larsen 073 27th Sl Og
don Utah says My experience
with Deans Kidney Pills proved them
to bo a remedy of great value 1 pro
cured my supply from Badcuns Phar
macy and less than the contents of
ono box convinced me of their cura
tive powers I personally know sev
eral other people who have used
Deans Kidney Pills with good results
1 gladly recommend this remedy to all
persons In noed of a kidney cure
From statement given July 25 1906
Mrs Larson was Interviewed on
July 29 lOOP and said You may
continue to publish my former en
dorsement of Deans Kidney Plllg i
still hold this remedy In high esteem
For sale by all dealers Price 50
I cent FoBtorMllburn Co Buffalo
I New York sole agents for the United
I Stlte
Romeciber the uamC Doans and
take no other
tae oter
laughing cupid The cost of the cra
dle llns more than 3500 The cradle
nursed
In which the Empress Eugene
the prince Imperial was designed ali
carved by Froment Mourlce The
body Is In rosewood inlaid with ona
mols surrounded with old silver orna
ments and chiseled bronze garlands
At tho head Is a statue m silver of
Old Paris holding tho Imperial crown
The cradle was presented to tho em
press by tho city Just before tho prince
and a few years she uo
was born ago gave
It back to the civic authorities
A HOUSE OF MANY WONDERS
A house built at small cost and
combining many unusual and conven
ient features Is described In the
Mnrch number of Popular Mechanics
Although the house Is but 25 feet
by 2C feet in size It contains on one
fiber a large living room which may
hp transformed in a twinkling into a
dining room or a spare bed room a
kitchen bed room bath room china
cabinet chest of drawers and many
closets A stairway to the loft room
folds Into a space 2 feet by 3 feet
nnd the stairs form drawers Tho en
tire cost of the house is 1000 including
tro
eluding 500 for Uio site Fuel bills
are kept down for only one stove Is
necessary and the sonant problem
is solved because none is required
HOGS AND VEftLS
We aro paylngforfat hogs as fol
lows
Hogs from 200 Ibs and up per
100 Ibs 825
Hoge from 160 to 200 Ibs per
100 Ibs 80
Hogs from 125 to 160 Ibs per
100 lbs 775
We receive hogs dally
Anybody who prefers dressed
weight on hogs may bring them In on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
and 10 a m We will then slaughter
them while you wait and pay 1125
per 100 Ibs dressed At cither of
these days you may choose whether
you want the live weight price or
112G dressed
We pay for fat veals from 10 to 125
lbs dressed weight 11 cents per Ib
and receive them dally You may
bring them In either live or dressed
Access to our plant Is now con I
venient since tho construction of the
viuducL
OGDEN PACKING PROVISION CO
FAST MAIL
TRAIN IS
EARLIER
Beginning next Sunday a now time
card that will slightly change the
time of the HarrIman lines running
Into Ogden will go Into oiled By
tho new arrangement Salt Lake City
will be able to receive eastern mal
on the afternoon of its arrival
No 0 the Fast Mail on the Un
ion Pacific will arrive at Ogden at
1117 a m instead of 1235 p in i
The Fast Mail will leave for the I
west at 1157 I
Train No 34 on the Oregon Short
Line to Salt Lake which carries tho I
mall from No 9 will leave Ogden
at 1125 a m Instead of 1 p m
I will arrive at Salt Lake City at
1225 p m Instead of 205 p m By
this arrangement tho mal can bo
distributed in Salt Lake City with I
the afternoon deliveries Instead or
waiting until morning
While no definite Information has
been received at Ogden It Is stated
that the request of Ogden and Sal
lake patrons of the Oregon Short
Line for the reestablishing of tile
730 p in local train to Salt Lake
will probably he granted At the
present time there Is no train to Salt
Lake over the Short Line between
615 p m and 050 p in
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Warranty deeds in tho following real
ostnte transfers were filed yesterday I
with the county rcconler Mary Davla
of Ogden to Charles Woodward of
Ogdon lots 1 and 15 In block 13 Nob I
Hill addition to Ogden city subject
to 1910 taxes consideration 300
Marie Hodgman of Seattle Wash
to Mary J Davis of Ogden lots 1 and
15 of block 13 Nob Hill addition to
Ogden city 250
Porter 1 Pierce of Ogden to GrietJI
S Pierce of Ogden lots 3 to 12 inclu
sive In block 2 Walnut Hill addition
to Ogden city lots I 7 S and 9 In
block 5 and lots 3 4 5 G and 7 In
block S Walnut Hill addition to Ogden
city cash consideration named in tho
deed 100
Hyrum Felt and wlfo to John Hans
NIckolsen of Huntsville west half pf
lots 2 and 3 lu block 1 pInt A Hunts
lllo suney 350
The folIowVjg real estate transfers
were filed for record with the county
recorder today
Samuel J Berrctt and wife to Por
tor f Pierce oast half of tho south
west quarter of section IS township
7 north range one west Considera
tion 3200
Frank 1 Peterson trustee to P
L Williams lots 23 and 21 block 13
lots 47 and 18 block 2 Fairmont
Park annex Consideration 40
Ilyriun Felt and wife to John Mick
olson west half of lot 2 and the west
half of lot 3 plat A Huntsvllle
Consideration 350
When Rubbers Become Necessary
and your shoes pinch shako 1 nto your thou AJIfcift
FootEaac the nntlKpUc powder for tho feet J
clrC painful molten emirtlnp Burcaunj fet nod
taken thc rung out of corns nnd lnncl j ut the
lilcjrforpiicDtlcittcr tbow dancing pirtles and
lor UrcAklnj In Ntir hoc Many iconic cannot
uar heavy mocking comfortably vrltUont nhak
Inc AUeasYoo Euo liilo tbe alire Soj ever
> iiec 2Sc Stmnlo ntEB Adlrew Mlin i
lmMed Ic Roy K Y Dsnt cutrpt any tubattue
GUARANTEED PILE CURE
BACKED BY YOUR LEADING
DRUGGIST
I you have any kind of plies get
r box of Dr LconhardtH HomRold at
Badcons Pharmacy Ogden Utah
on the moneyback plan Utah
HoinRold Is rondo from Dr Leon
hardts own predcrlption tablet
remedy taken Internally and cures
thoroughly by removing the Internal
causen of plies Boraethlng that suppose
Hories ointments or cutting opera
lion will not do
tond wl
H for largo bottle which laats 21
days Dr Leonhardt Co Station B
Cuffalo N Y Write for booklet
SPORTS 1
WOLGAST IS READY
fOR BAT NELSON
By Eddie Smith
Oakland CLFob 1GIm fcol
InR hotter right now than 1 did the
night I fought Lew Powell said Ad
Wolgast yesterday afternoon while
resting between rounds of boxing with
his sparring partner
I am not only stronger and heav
ier but my blood Is in good condition
and I shall be able to show the people
tho best there Is In me I feel so good
right now that with very little coax
ing I would box twenty rounds with
three sparring partners
Wolgast Is not alono In showing
this enthusiasm over his condition
Manager Tom Jones is just as enthu
slastlc and all during tho time tho
young lightweight worked In tho gym
nasium Tom Insisted on pointing out
tho strong points In tho Milwaukee
fighters makeup and to be sure
there are many
Tho ordinary young man about to
tackio the Job of boating ono Battling
Nelson ould show a desire to talk
about the contest He would want
to prove to the fans that he was not
afraid or the man ho was about to
meet and of courso his talk would
only fool tho unsuspecting For tho
man who is continually talking of the
mal ho Is about to meet In tho prize
ring Is simply trying to fool the public
and himself Into the Idea that ho Is
not afraid of his man
Nelsons Name Tabu
Yesterday at the camp of Wolgast
tho name of Nelson wa9 never men
tioned by any of the principals This
fact that tho confi
can only seem cont
dence that Wolgast has displayed Is
not the kind that Is worked up by
continual knocking of the other fel
low but is of that kind that will take
some rough treatment to beat out of
him In the work of yesterday Wol
gast dlf played great condition and
there If not tho slightest doubt that
he will be Jit for a hard struggle when
ho enters the ring for the contest of
his Nelson lifo against the hardfisted Battling
For the past three weeks Tom Jonas
has had his charge In the mountains
and each day tho young fellow took
long walks ovor the his and beforo
he camo away from tho springs whore
the men stopped Wolgnat had several
longdistance records that bad been
made by other walkers at tho place
hanging at his belt This mountain
climbing has sent him north almost
ready to fight and tho only thing that
Jones will have to do from now to the
day of the contest will bo to watch
him closely In order that he docs nqt
go stale
Yesterday he punched the bag for
five minutes jumped rope wrested
about the ring with Dougherty and
then boxed six rounds three with Jeff
Perry mil three with Hobo Dougherty
three rounds in with
In the Uuco Porry put wih
Wolgast the local lad had a tough
time although Wolgast slowed up and
allowed him plenty of time In the last
round when Perry was so tired he
could hardly hold hts nands up In
the boxing with Dougherty the first
two rounds were easygoing affairs
In which the men slapped each other
for the pleasure of the thing In the
last round Jones told the boys to mix
matters and the result was tho fast
est round of gymnasium boxing I have
seen In many a day
Wolgast will lay r today for he
Is anxious to keep some of the weight
he has taken on and in his present
condition ho believes that It would he
very cosy for him to overtrain Bat
tling Nelson came Into San Francisco
last Friday afternoon after his work
in the gymnasiums it was late when
ho finished with the business he had
on hand he staid in tho city all night
Those who wanted to seo him work
however were well repaid for their
trouble for ho showed well and in
his boxing gave the fans something
to think over when discussing his con
dition
JEfRIES BAS
BIG ADVANTAGE
Just what chance Jack Johnson has
of defeating or staying with Jeftrlos
for any length of time when the two
heavyweights come together on July
1 next Is causing all kinds of specu
lation To tho average man tho va
rious stories being circulated probably
sound about as paradoxical as the
stories being sent out from Salt Lake
as to where tho fight will eventually
be held As soon as some writer says
that Johnson has a chance or will
win from Jeffries some one turns up
who tells the public gravely that the
big negro doe nt stand in at all and
then proceeds to explain just why the
negro Is going to lose
Flat feet a yellow streak lack of
punching ability and numerous other
shortcomings are adduced to prove
that Johnson will lose while on the
other hand the backers of tbo big
shine assort that Jeffries has gone
back too far to ever get back his
strength cnnnot stand training has
lost his vitality his wind is gone
and thus all the way down the list
In this bunch of contradictions a little
quiet history pertaining to the two
men may not be amiss For instance
the question Is arising In tho minds
of n number of snorts Who that
amounted to anything did Johnson
over whip Some fanatics will nt
onco say Tommy Burns Anyone
who follows boxing contests however
knows that in their last light Burns I
won from Jack OBrien In 20 rounds
being given the decision on points
Incidentally It Is known that OBrien
had deliberately framed up tho light
and Burns had agreed to lay down
to tho Philadelphia favorite In their
Phlnd
match Burns himself gave the whole
and OBrien
He
story away afterward
had gotten together arrangement had
goten
been made for Burns to let OBrien
win nnd the natural result was that
OBrien believing he had the fight
whether he trained or not didnt do
any training worth apcaklng or and
entered the ring fat nnd fleshy nnd
ontero
easy prey for Burns In his double
crossing scheme
cr063Ingsclemo
Some there arc alto will deny that
OBrien didnt train but that IB a
question that was threshed out at
the time and the result of Ito In
quiries showed that OBrlon devoted
himself to his business mid social
Interests to the total exclusion from
his noble mind of any thought of
battle Then the previous tight be
tween the two 1
men may serve as an
Illustration of Burns ability In this
fish OBrien won by the knockout
route in tho seventeenth round
OBrien was In perfect shape rOlnll
his time about whipping tho Canadian
I was OBrien all the way In tho
second fight however despite the far
that OBrien was not In shape i took
Burns 20 rounds to get the decision
nnd the idea of a boxer the calibre of I
Burns getting the decision from Jack
OBrien when the latter was In his
old Umo championship aliapo is laugh I
able to say the least
Blown up and distended with his
victory over OBrien Burns a one
started to make a noise for a light
with tho big Galveston with
wih negro the
lesult that he was tucked Into dream
land with ease Johnsons next fight
was with Stanley Ketchol a man I
physically so unequal to the burly ne
gro that match between the two wua
a Joke After the fight there wna
some talk of fake but that is not the
question under consideration
Jeffries tho present champion put
the famous Corbett way when the
tw
latter was in his prime IIo did the
same thing to FltzBimmoas Who will
try to say that Johnson slow tat
footed is the oqual of Corbett or Fltz
BlmmonB When Johnson fought
Jack OBrien six rounds In Philadel
phia some thee ago OBrlon not only
I
landed practically at will but easily
evaded the punches of the negro
Johnson moved around with all the
grace and elegance of t bull elephant
Then a look at the measurements
of the two men will convince anyone
that Jeffries has tho advantage In
everything but height His reach Is
112 Inches longer than that of John
son his chest Is 49 Inches compared
with Johnsons 43 12 Inches All the
te
measurements show that Jeffries is I
of a more sturdy build while Johnson I
la built more for speed The aad part
la that Johnpon hasnt got the speed
He wasnt around when speed was
given out He has so much turned
under at the feet that it is all he can
do to Iceep from splay footing all over
the ring About the only difficulty
Jeffries should have will bo In keep
Ing of Johnsons feet while the fight
Is In progress
OFHCERS OF
TIlE FRUiT
fROWERS
The election of the officers of the
State Horticultural society took place
Just beforo tho noon adjournment
The nominating committee compiled
I a list of officers and the
I lst orlcers an they wore ac
cepted by unanimous vote The offi
cers are tho same as those of last
tose
yea it being announced by the com
mittee that a twoyear term for nil
officers would be for the better In
terests of tho society The officers
elected aro
Moroni Mortonscn president
J E Wright vice president
J E Taylor secretary
J G DulTIn E G Titus and L roy
Marsh executive committee
C A Hlckenlooper Weber Has
UasmuBscn Cache and C T Stlllman
of Salt Lake publicity committee
County vice presidents are NephI
Martincau Cache John Francis Box
Elder John T Wilson Weber J C
Smith Salt Lake Richard Breroton
Utah J Phillips Morgan James
Jeffs Emery Joseph Anderson Mil
lard J J Judd Washington O P
Washburn SevIer Mr Mohr Grand
Ottcu Cnsier Juab A W Horsley
Iron Albert T Smith Davis Mr
Bydnlcb Tooelc Mr Wright Summit
Salt Lake Feb 16A stormy ses
sion was that of the State Horticul
tural society this morning at tho sec
ond day of its annual convention nt
Armory hall when Dr E DBall of
tho Agricultural college of Logan got
his hammer out and proceeded to
I knock the fruit Industry of the west
Other people got after Dr Ball with
a hammer and called him everything
from a chump to a person with a
crooked brain
I The main part of the trouble rose
i when Dr Ball told 1 lot of things
i about the unfavorable fruit conditions
of tho BoisePayctto district in Idaho
near where Alex McPherson a Scotch
man of considerable spunk lives Dr
Ball proceeded to rolate how the soil
I at a considerable depth was composed
of alkali and for that reason the trees
I were killed As ho proceeded Mr Mc
Phcrson began to rod en about the
gills When he could stand It no lon
ger he Jumped out and offered an ox
planaUon of how one orchard In the
district was in beautiful shape anti
I another belonging to a man named
Wilson was dead or dying
I was this way declared Mc
Pherson Wilson had a man taking
care of the farm who was Illiterate
but he did Know something about fruit
rising He fired this man to take on
a college graduate and that Is what
Is the mater with his orchard He
has fired the college man now and
taken back the illiterate orchardist anti
everybody expects the orchard to
grow again
Dr Ball took it good natured
The talk of Dr Ball occupied two
hours and was a lengthy discussion of
tho condition of the west and north
west ns seen by Dr Ball on a recent
tripHe
He first paid his compliments to Cal
ifornia Ho said he used to think that
California was a model place for water
conservation but he found that water
id handled In teaspoonfuls
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Salt Lake Feb 1fi Thodlrst move
for a reorganization of the Utah State
league was made yeitcrday when
President John F Tobin sent notices
to the various baseball teams through
out tho slate that a muetlng would
he called soon fur thereorganization
of the State Baseball league The
mooting will be held in Salt Lake
within l ho next week or ten days At
thin meeting it Is expected that all
arrangements will be made for an ex
cellent slate league for next sum
mer
merFrom the various baseball teams
throughout the state to which notices
hmo already been sent I Is expected
that there will he easily a four or six
team league Already four teams have
practically arranged for admission In
to tho state league They are Salt
Lake Ogden Murray and tho Occiden
tals Eureka Uingham and Park City
all al enthusiastic and two of those
cities will bo represented at the
league
Tho old officers of the state league
and the baseball fans are happy over
the prospects for a season of Interest
lag baseball From present Indications
tbcro is no doubt that a state league
will proce a big success President
Tohin expects to1 be able to announce
the date for the league meeting with
In a few days
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six FAVORITES GO
OO N TO DEFEAT
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Tampa Fob lGFor tho frt time 1
since tho mooting opened six favorites
were beaten The chief upset of the
day was on Greenlawn In the fifth
Ho was backed heavily but left at the
post Summary
First race three furlongs Miss Car
ter won Goldon Ruby second Alcazar
third Time 3345
Second race live and onehalf fur
longs selling Mary Canlcmos won
Hannade second Sale Savage third
Time l1125
Thlhr race six furlongsOur Nug
get won Morphoth second Fort Wing
third Time 114 45
I Fourth race six furlongs selling
Honebruke won Occidental second
Sanona Girl third Time 119
I Fifth race five and onehalf fur
longs selling Inspection won Emln
cia second Couvlllu third Time
lll
Sixth race five an donehalf fur
longs selling Great Jubilee won
John Garner second Grace Kimball
third Time 132 12
YOKEL AND ACKERMAN SIGN
I Sat Lake CityFob ilkMike Yo
I kel of Salt Lake and Al Ackermon
of Ohio have agreed to wrestle hero
I on February 26 for the welterweight
championship ofthe world
WANT UNIFORM LAWS
Washington DCFeb 16Tbe na
tional legislation convention of the
Notional Automobile association ad
journed today after adopting resolu
tions favoring uniform state automo
Idle legislation and federal registration
tion of motor cars
CAUSE OF ECZEMA EXPLAINED
After years of debate medical auth
orities are now agreed that Eczema
and other skin diseases are not seat
ed lu the blood but are caused by
myriads of microscopic animals gnaw
ing the flesh just bolow the epidermis
The paUent Is perfectly healthy it is
only the skin that Is diseased
Hence scientists arc now agreed
that you must cure the skin through
the skin Tho medicine must be in
liquid form In order to penetrate prop
erly And wo can eay with confi j
dence that wo have the true remedy
for Eczema In our store
Tho Instant you wash with this
soothing liquid you will find the Itch I
relieved We positively assure you of
this Will you try a bottle at only
2Bc on our recommendation Ask
for D D D Prescription Cuiley Drug
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FOR THE POULTRY
A big supply of eggs Is assured if you
keep your poultry In good condition
You need plenty of corn beef scraps
uncll bone and grits You can got
them hore
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