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Q THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 1910
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The Choice Fruit from a Million
I Peach Trees is Offered You
Six of every ten cans of Peaches on the mar Peaches are ripe full flavorcd They arc han
k t are put up by us More than a million dIed with the best care we know how to give
trees arc required to supply this enormous them and are packed in heavy clear syrup
quantity made from pure granulated sugar
From this great quantity we obtain and pack Some few dealers have us pack for them
all grades the grades being determined by thu under their own labels this famous Del Monte
size and quality for only good fruit is used quality It could make no difference if you
We pack these grades knew under what other
under more than four brands the Del Monte
hundred different quality is packed But
brands 1onTe since there is no way of
most of them t I on e
our own several of I I knowing what are safe
l them are for individual brands the best way is
dealers who own their Canned Fruits and Vegetables to get Del Monte The I
price for Del Monte
own labels Packed Where They Ripen is the I
Our choice Peaches IS same
brand
The Day Theyre Picked
though is Del Monte r host dealers can
everywhere 25c per can
Under that label take the pick Only and thus
n er wo supply you Insist upon Del Monte
I treeripened handpicked perfect fruit is he sure that you get the pick from more than
put into Del Monte cans AH Del Monte one million trees
All Del Monte Products Are the Choice from the Largest
Gardens and Orchards
Del Monte is the brand under which we pack qualities that pass the most critical inspection
I I our choice qualities of canned and dried fruits as to quality freshness and flavor
vegetables jams preserves catsup and condi It is always safe to insist upon Del Monte i
ments We are the worlds largest canners and Some other of our brands may be offered to
put up more than 400 brands Del Monte is our you but Del Monte is our quality brandour I
favorite Under that label we put up only those choice Be sure you get Del Monte
CALIFORNIA FRUIT CANNERS ASSOCIATION
SAN FRANCISCO CAL
The Largest Canners of Fruits and Vegetables in the World
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j MINING NEWS
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Provo Feb 23Good reports have
been brought from tho Big Nebo Min
ing companyfl property In tho Nebo
district by President Rawson who
has just returned from a tour of In
spection Tho company which Is a
I Utah county combination with head
quarters In Provo is developing eight
claims in the Nebo district The
I property has an olghl fool vein ox
t tending for 4000 feet on the surface
I Jt IB Identical with a part of the Eva
i vein oOOO feet south which has been
opened at a depth of 360 feet and
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has a fifteenfoot vein of ore carrying
700 ounces silver nnd 5G per cent lead
The tunnel on tho big Nebo will tap
this vein at a depth of 350 feet and
make the mlno accessible by wagon
Tho face of the tunnel Is now In low
grade ore with scatterings of galena
and It Is believed that about thirty
feet additional work will open the
vein It is now In 310 feeL Tho
vein has been opened In six different
places by incline shafts and open
cuts and in each Instance the vein
has improved with depth both I quan
tity and quality of ore
f I New Owners May
t Get Ohio Copper
Salt Luke Fob 23 Reports from
the cast arc to the effect that within
a short limo new interests arc to como
into Ohio Coppor and take over the
control At one time It was suggest
ed that Ohio Copper would probably
be taken into Utah Copper merger
but the Utah Copper interests stamp
this statement an beFns a direct yarn
and said that with the Boston Con
solidated they had nil the territory
they required in Blngham camp
Frequent efforts havo been made to
obtain control of the Ohio Copper by
Bomo large operators but the question
of ownership of the Mascotto tunnel
has always como up and when it was
learned that this could not be pur
chased from F Augustus Ileluze the
proposition was dropped The pros
pective purchasers for the property
at this time are said to have obtained
the consent of Mr Hclnze to part with
his Mabcotte tunnel at a reasonable
price and also the assurance has been
given that tho controlling shares of
the Ohio can be assembled within a
short period
Should there be a change In the
ownership of Ohio Copper tho assur
ance is given that the property would
bo immediately financed by some big
capitalists and the new mill complet
ed at ouce Lit is also said that upon
the completion of the present plant
the nee owners will be prepared to
enlarge it to any size In conformity I
I to the requirements of the mine I
GARFIELD POSTOFFICE
ENTERED AND ROBBED
Salt Lake Fob 21R B Quay
postmaster at Garfield reported to the I
police Wednesday night that the post
ofllco at Garfield had been broken Into
Wednesday night at 11 MS oclock and
robbed of 4 In cash as well as a
quantity of stamps the value of which
could not be determined Wednesday
night The burglars two of vrhom
were seen as they left the building
had gained an entrance by prying
open ono of the rear windows The
police department and the sheriffs
office were Immediately notified and
descriptions of the men glen
Clean Kllburn assistant postmaster
had locked up tho poslonice which is
located in the Lick building before
leaving for his home at 11 oclock A
dance was being held In the Odd Fel
lows hall which is also located In the
Link building and Kilburn stepped
into the hall to watch the dancers
before going home When he started
home ho stopped at tho door of the
postofTlce to make sure that he had
locked it and when he touched the
knob he heard some one Inside Be
fore opening the door Kllhurn ran
around to the back of the bulldln
and was Just in time to see two men
running off in the darkness
Kilburn immediately notified Post
master Quay who in turn notified the
officers The burglars hod taken out
nil of the drawers In the office and
had attempted to get Into the strong
box hut had failed The greater part
of the money and stamps had been
locked up In the strong box The only
description Kilburn could give was
that both of the men had on short
overcoats and were stockily built
Chicago Feb 2i Articles were
signed yesterday by Stanley Ketchell
and Tony Capon of Chicago for their
fight at Kalniiiazoo Mich March 16
Both men arc to weigh in at 1GO
pounds at 3 oclock In the afternoon
u I ELKS GIVE
A GOOD
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THEY PROVOKE MANY LAUGHS
BY THEIR ANTICS
Slngerc Are Good and Many of the
Jokes Are RichLocal Talent
Affords Surprises
A minstrel show Is a potpourri of
songs music mirth and monologue
presented by a number of good fel
lows to an audience of Intelligent
people who when pleased show their
appreciation by generous applause
This is the definition tha would
apply in the case of the Elks Mln
strut show given at the Ogden Thea
ter last night under the direction
of Miller L Draper
Tho show good throughout was
presented with a snap and a vim
that would do credit to a profession
nl road show It was the first good
minstrel show given In Ogden in a
number of months regardless of tho
fact that two aggregationsGeorge
Primrose and Jack Mnhara minstrel
showsplayed at the Ogden Theater
this season
Tho first part of the show opened
with a beautiful stage setting In
a Bower of Roses introducing Al
Hcstmark as interlocutor and tho
following comedians soloists and
I chorus
Comedians 0 P Mochcs E E
I Dahlia George Glen Clint Draper
j 1 A Howell L J Clark Paul Kuhn
E P Emley
Soloists H W Chapson Jed Bnl
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lantyne H P Anderson Oscar Mad
son C J Magulrc C J De Wolf
E O ePterson V P Cain
ChorusW A McGaw G W Gay I
I ruon R E HOUR G G Wall
i Thos H Davis G E Stevens
T S Fceny W J Drowning Jes
se Carver E C Olson R A Moyes
V T Gunnoll T A DeVIne R T
ODonnell W J Dalllmoro E M
Murphy J E Williams Jr L B Mit
chell F H Labo Fred J Hart Frank
Goddard A E Pratt A B Graff
Frank Clayton Carl Allison E F Em
ley L P Hardy J B Wallace E
A Llttlefluld S A Maglnnls
The orchestra was under the direc
tion of A Miller in tho first part
and Prof L W Ford for the second
part
partThe
The usual jokes new too with local
flavor woro sprung by the end men
and solos by men Who could sing
pleased
Tho solos Included Down Where
the Watermelon Grows Clint Drap
er In tho Garden of My Heart
H W Chapson Did He Run 1 A
Howoll In Grandmas Days C O
Do Wolf The Cubuiiola Glide 0
P Meckos In tho Garden of Roses
Jed Ballantyne Keep Your FOOL on
the Soft Pedal L J Clark and
The Glorious Highball E 0 Peter
son The final was EYlpIAddyI
Ay effectively rendered by Paul
Kuhn and a chorus
The comedians including Meckce
I Howoll Clark and Draper were par
ticularly good and did their stunts
like the veteran burntcork com
I
edians
All the soloists rendered their num
bers In a commendable and efficient
manner anil were well received
The olio opened with a clever Act i
The Coon from Alabama presented
by Miller and Draper
Bill Zollor suprlscd the audience
by appearing as a monologist and
making good at It Dill sang a
song that was not so slow either
The headliner of the show is A
Roman Travesty presented by Lit
tle Eddie Miller Larry Corey and
W C Camp It was tho real dope
and better than half of those five
hundred dollar vaudeville acts too
Miller Camp and Corey arc a
heavy trio and If a person hates
their neighbor or has a case of the
1 rB c DOMSTC SALI tB S
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42x36 and 45x36 Hemstitched Pillow Cases I2c I
< I 42x36 and 45x36 2c
11 45x39 plain 30 Pillow Cases at 0 0 25C r
l 65c Sheets good quality now at 50c
I i 80c 6 at 60c
l 85c 6G at 70c
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Hope Bleach yours at lc
I lie Quality Bleach yours at 8113 C l
35c N Bleach Sheeting yours at 0 JOe 4
15c Gingham fine quality at tic
125 Spreads at 90c
I I X150 Spreads at L3
I 135 Spreads at 0 120 r
il I 20c Bleached Towels at 15c
r j 15c Bleached Towels at 12 1z C L r
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t i 5Ji ECHAJL 1 n l t A ST TH10MAS I BARGAINS SPECIAL
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bllle610 nee this act It Is to Ir
rcalstably funny that you will laugh
even 1C possoBaod of much dignity
The show concluded with a whirl
wind afterpiece entitled Huldn
Hawkins Ball presented by tho
company In which George Glen car
ried off the honors A classy cake
walk was given by twelve of the
boys and It there had been a cake
us a prize they all would havo been
entitled to a slice E T S
r SPORTS I
WHEN JEFfRIES
I QUIT TUE STAGE
By Van
New York Feb 24Once more wo
rise and give three tentative cheers
and hopeful tiger Because why
Jim Jeffries has quit the stage again
This makes the fourth time that he
has quit In tho past month or FO Once
he quit in Seattle und explained a
flying trip to Chicago by the statement
that his wife was sick In that city
Tho third time ho quit was In Wiscon
sin and lastly ho has announced
himself in St Paul Minn adding one
more great sorrow to the load of woe
already borne these many years by
Minneapolis
Whon Jim camo back from Europe
throwing out his chest and talking
fight It was hinted that a few million
people In this country would like to
sec him in active training as a sort
of guarantee of good faith Jim was
provoked and so was Sam forger
Why not let um gel the money
naked Sammy Aint he entitled to
It
We all agree that Jeff got the mon
ey If he missed any his manager
does not know where it is located
If the Morris coatract was on the
level and tho money was real money
Jim must have mopped up something
like 100000 since he loft Los An
geles one year ago Thats iulto
Rome money for a man to make on
the strength of promising to fight and
now we should all be very much
pleased to see tho Big Fellow throw
away his purple silk tights and grease
paints and get down to business
AD WOLGAST AS
A GREAT RECORD
Adolph Wolgast of Milwaukee who
defeated Battling Nelson for the light
weight championship at Part Rich
mond has a great ring record
Wolgasl was born at Cadillac Mich
on February 8 1S8S and Is there
fore almost 22 years old He is G
feet 5 Inches tall nnd though growing
rapidly has no trouble in making 133
pounds ringside He began fighting
in 190C knocking out Young Nelson
Young Detrick Kid Bond Ed Smith
Young Kllraln Young Mitchell Young
Kelly and Johnny Do Forest In Jig
time He also won on points from
Kid Moore Young Kllraln Tex Smith
and Kid Cannon in short bouts but
lost a decision to Young Nelson In
four rounds the only defeat of his
ring cureer
Wolgast took part In 21 fights in
1007 winning seven by knockouts six
on decisions one on a foul and the
others being draws Among his vic
tories were Jeff OConnell Buddy
Glover Ole Nelson Jack Nolan and
Dan Goodman In 190S ho engaged In
17 battles scoring five knockouts
earning seven decisions and holding
his own In the others He outpointed
Harry Baker In ten rounds at Milwau
kee and made a creditable showing
with Owen Moran In a sixround affair
Then he outpointed Frankle Nell In
ten rounds and knocked out Danny
Webst in 17 In a ten round bout
with Abe Allen in which no decision
was rendered Wolgast had a shad
the better of t
In 19 Wolgast had 19 encounters
without suffering a defeat He beat
Danny Webster and Harry Baker on
points in ten round mills at Los An
geles nnd knocked out Tommy Lang
don In one round In Philadelphia
which was something of a feat aa
Langdon staid six rounds with Jem
Drlscoll last summer His best show
Ing was a tenround bout with Bat
tling Nelson at Los Angeles In which
he clearly outclassed the lightweight
champion in point of ring science It
was that affair which convinced Wol
gost that he could defeat Nelson In
n longer bout
COAST LINE AFTER
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CLOSED
Santa Barbara Cal Feb 24
Trains on the Southern Pacific coast
line were hold here early today by
official messages saying that a portion
of tunnel No 10 near Santa Margar
ita on the Cuesta grade had caved
in at midnight Fortysix feet of the
bore Is said to have collapsed and It
If believed traffic on the coast line
will bo susponded for several days
TELL TALES FAILED TO WORK
Plttsburg Pa Feb 24Toll tales
the little ropes that dangle over rail
road trucks at bridge approaches and
tunnel mouths to warn brakemen of
impending danger failed In their mis
sion of the Monongahala division of
the Pennsylvania railroad when froz
en Into stalacltes of Ice that hurled
Brakeman Robert Moycrs from n car
roof As a result he Is In a hospital
in a dying condition Meyers fell
down between the cars both his legs
being badly crushed and had labe
I amputated
POLITICAL EJUALITY
SOCIETY ORGANIZED
Now York Feb 21A negro branch
of tho Political Equality society has
been formed by Mrs 0 H P Bel
mont and twenty men and women
who favor tho granting of the ballot
to nero women have been enrolled
as charter members
LETTER LIST
List of letters remnlninc In the
PoBtofflco at Ogden Utah which if
not called for In two weeks will be
cent to the Dead Letter Office
Gentlemens List
Bjorke H Bruce ListMr Burns
John Barnett Harry
Coaler Tom Cotton Jas Chase
Henry Christensen E M Crocs i A
J Core Mont E
Davis Harry Danforth Ellsworth
Davis ABC
Elam u 0 Edwards Sidney
Lrlciwson P J
< Fant Mr and Mrs E C
Garrod Robert GillIam LIncoln
Jones James Cosset Geoffrey
Gugliolraettl Ernest Green AlborL
Haltlwflnger V B Harada II
Jubb Fred Jennings Charles
Karncdanl Keller Walter C
LcBsInger M D Leech William
Lund J G Lester Cleveland Les
ter A C
Mandich Katlca Mitchell J B
Manarin George Miller Claude
OConnell F 31 Odea John Owens
Clifford
Pead Fred Plercen C F Peterson
Sephus Phillips Moses Powell
John A
Rowe Win T Roboy Russell
Rock IB Rawllnson Douglas Rich
ardson Alma R F W
Schwartz Henry Sears Wm J
Slmondal Paul Sunajko Peter
Tulle Walter Turner Charles
Ynrga Toma
White W D Wand Thos Wil
liams P C Wagner J J Wright
Grover Warren Grlffcth Wearer
E J Woods C S
Young W E Yamasaki S
Xarraa Louis J
Ladles List
Backus Miss Gladys Berryman
Mrs James Bors Mrs BorraWH
Mrs Barrough Miss Mary M Beech
Mrs P
Dowles Mrs A Dice Mrs Ellen M
Dewey Miss Mildred
Eklund Miss Hannah Elliott Mrs
Maggie Long
Foster Irs Carrie M Franklin
Mrs
Geiger Mrs Sophia
Halo Mrs Cora Hannby Mary
Jcrolnmnn Mrs Lola
Lamont Lillian Lyons Maggie
McDonald Mrs Nellie Mays Mrs
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At most stores the stout man bus a slim chancc but at
this shop its different
I Weve made big preparations to suit big men whether
big in the chest big in the waist big in length or big headed
and this week a few big bargains for the 44 chests or tho 52
waists
KUHNS
Modern Clothes
Tell Wash Ave
Everybody SHOP At 2365
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II Moreland Helen Moore Mrs G C
I Moore Mrs Lcota B
Paul Mrs Edith Pierce Miss Lucy
Roberta Mrs Melvlo Roslo Miss
I Reese Mrs Reed Mrs S J Slvcrt
sen Mrs Marie I
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JWwEdison
t Records
ror MARCH
On Sale February 25th
HE first question is have you an EDISON
j PHONOGRAPH If you have we wont need
urge you to read through this new list of records
Youve been watching for it as every Phonograph owner
does every month But if you havent a Phonograph
this list of Edison Standard and Amberol Records will
certainly interest you in owning one Read down this
list of selections one by one mark the ones you wish
to hear and any Edison dealer will be glad to play
I them for you
Amberol Standard
C33 nOStlWaltz from Solto ROTO of Shirl1SoIlU
So MI Band
MS Put On Tour Old Grey Bonnet Fn Toiler fChoni +
337 UoTheIlllnl of Meet JlnobatlanJlliedTrlo
oat foner tlon6Comlc ChnracUr Song E M Finer
yn Diulluago Vltor Herbert ond his Orchritro
370 Monolosuo on MarrieU Life Murray K Hill
871 There WeN Shepherd Edl on Mixed Quartette
S72 Whlto Wing Marjcl Komiln
373 fanmlr on Themw of Leonard and rnpnlnl
Violin Solo MIctiDcl Banner
371 Im a Woman of Importance Stella Maylicw
375 linnl Ob Oh MIu Vyna Collins nod Ilirlan
378 Dream tYlolin Oollffito 0 Elizabeth Wheeler
377 American Slo < 1erA WnltIH UClwYork Jlllltary Band
878 Davy Jour Lockcr Gu Hoed
37 Nearer My God to Thc Knickerbocker Qunrtetto
8 Pll Ue Cro s Arabella Jack P1 < ra ant
3l Balmy Xlzht Vienna trnmental Quartette
S S5 The lot My Father Wore Upon 8t IatricKV Day
Billy Murray and Chorus
S51 Th Ilubo Iu < the Country Doctor Ilarlon Stanley
SJt king Karl March Now Tork Military Band
BY HARRY LAUDER
1110 The rionndlnc Sea
121SJ When I Get Dick Again to Bonnie Scotland
FIVE NEW GRAND OPERA RECORDS
BITS LAfrtcalneO Pnradlio Mejerbecr
Cln Italian Florondo ConiUntlno Tenor
BITS ErnanlInfellco VorUI In lUllan
LoJgl Lucent Dan
DIN Cftallerla ItalicensYol lo eayete MwcncnK
flu Italian r Ester Kcrnblnl Hoprino
BI81 lA Toca E Inccv n lo flelle Pocclnl
Iln Italian Itlccnrdo Martin Tenor
B152 I 1iirltonlSaonl la tromln LklTlnl
In lUltin Krneito Caronni and Lnlfl Lucent
National Phonograph Company
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Walburm Miss Edna Wold Mrs
LIIllo WandlesB Mrs Nolllo
Papers and Packages
Cntlln Frank
Noorlandor A
L W SllURTLEFF P11
KBIT LA Lcttro do Manon Sooiai Band
J0313 Im AIoln to Chioge My Man Murio IreIer
HmO Hunting Sons Stanley And Glllttto
10WO LaTArne Waltz Citric Saxophone OhtnlOD
H hence tlentoo
10E1 when I Am Away from Yon Mannel Homiln
1UC2 San of > Iy Soul Sacred Anthony and lUrrioa
10WJ Irith Blood 0 Ada Joat
10321 naDgarlin IhrccO Iror J Beaten
Victor Herbert nod lib Orcb lelra
1BK5 Home With the Milk In tb > 3Iornlrj Pet Mnrray
lOtS Home Diy Mollriila Coltln aol HarUa
lm7 Uncle Job In n Department Store Tah IIDglowul
Cal SlOTtMl
lOBS Four Little Sugar Plum
American Symphony Orcheitra
1CK9 Not for Me Kid Sans Inule Wynn
ICfWO What Make Ibo World Go Round
Ada Jones and Billy Mnrray
IOC31 Falcon March 0 New York Military U id
BY HARRY LAUDER
12318 Ive Loved nor Ever Nino Ste Was a Baby
There are Edison dealer everywhere Go to the nearest
and bear the Kdleon 1honograph pity both Cdlon Ifr nd
ard und Amberoll Ir ordi Get compute catalog from
jour dealer or from ui
Edison Phonographs 1250 590000
Standard Records 0 S5
Amberol Records play twice as long iO
Grand Opera Records 74 nnd 100
We deilre food live dealer to wll Edison Phonorr pht
In every town whore we are not now well represented
Dealers bnllll eslblllhC More should writ us at one
75 LAkcaido Ave Orange N J
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100 l acbHDe from 1250 So 20000
t 25Ot Q Records to Select From
I PROUDFiT SPORTiNG GOODS COo
b 351 TVeniylFonrftb Sfcreet
V 1 U nft t iIll 1o Iw
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BLy dso Phwiogrph = for
a LITTLE Down and 1 a Week I
Machines from 1250 to 20000
OGDEN J3IIV COMPANY
I EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
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