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THE DAILY STANDARD OLDEN UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 10 1910 t
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UNION LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOM
I Ind Phone two rings No 63
I r Bell Phone two rlngoNo 66
i eUSINESS OFFICE
I Ind Phone ono ringNo GO
Bell Phono ono ringNo OJ
I RANDOM
REFERENCES
j B Randall cashier of the Oakley
State bank at Oakley Idaho Is I l
Og cn for a few days oa business
fir Randall was formerly with the
Ogden Clearing House
Advertisers must nave theIr copy ror i
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore the day on which the ndvcrtlso
r flint Is to appear In order to Insuro
publication
Manager A R Mclntyro has en
Inrgcd the candy department of the
Dadcon Pharmacy and Miss Lala I
I k Lundy has taken charge of the same
t Tho candy sales have already more
than proportionately increased with
1 the enlargement
WANTED Clean white raga at tho
I Standard
1 Mrs P E Nichols and Mrs A B
I Corey spent Monday In Salt Lake and
attended tho meeting nnd banquet of
r the Mlzpah chapter of tho O E S
i Monday evening at the Masonic tem
ple
t Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
4 for funerals and operas Private calls
t specialty Aleo prompt delivery of
baggage 412 2Cth
= Handsome Son Arrives Mrs E
Noulehoom has presented her hus
band with a tenpound son
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r TO LECTURE TONIGHT
01 THE PERMAN
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The Inst lecture of the series at the
t Carnegie library hall by William
Thurston Brown of Salt Lake City I
will be given tonight at 8 oclock
The Superman Is tho tltlo nnd Mr
Brown will read selections from Ber
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e nard Shaws play Man and Super
man Admission free nnd the pub
lic Is Invited
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FUREY IS FOUND
FOUNDGUILTY
GUILTY BY JURY
thSaIl JjiXc March 10TIJo Jury In
ino case ot the sLnto against John
Furey charged with the robbery of
FInchs cafe October 12 last Wedncs
day returned verdict of guilty and
Jriirey will appear before Judge Lowls
of the district court for sentence Sat
urday morning
The GUteK evidence was concluded
uosday nnd Wednesday morning tho
defense put several witnesses on the
stand to prove an alibi for Furoy The
evidence was not successful howovor
At tho time Pure robbed the res
taurant several customers were pres
ent an Of whom positively Identified
him Ho made all present hold up I
theIr hands while he rifled tho cash
register of 11275 Joo Sands the
head waiter In tho restaurant one of
the principal witnesses for the state
died several weeks after Fureys ar
rest but there were enough other wit
nesses to Identify the man beyond
I question
OAWSOHS NOSE COLLIDES
WITH HEAD OF TRAINER
During a particularly rapid exchange
of blows yesterday afternoon at tho
training quarters of Tommy Dawson
nt the flro station Dawsons nose came
In contact with the head of Tennes I
see Slim his sparring partner with
considerable force badly battering I
that organ An extremely large crowd
of fans hud gathered to witness tho
first public workout of the muchhor
aided Englishman and at first It was
thought that his nose had been brok
enAn
An examination however revealed
that no greater damage than a slight
s ulllng had resulted from the terri
fic bump and the two boxers after a
rest of a few minutes went at It ham
mer and tongs again Dawson more
than pleased the fans yesterday by
his clever fast work and he kept Ten
nessee Slim humping all the lime
Tommy Walker tho manager of tho
English lightweight Is confident of the
ability of his man to win from Polo
Sullivan Ho has announced that
Tennessee Slim will In all probability
be been on tho night of tho match
in one of the preliminary bouts al
though who will bo his opponent has
not OH yet been decided Several
challenges have been received all ot
which will be given careful consider I
atlon and the man chosen who Is
thought to be best ablo to give the I
local boy a good battle
Word from Pete Sullivans training
camp has been received saying that
the Fall River boy Is as usual in the I
host of shape and le hard at work to
keep there Poto lo full of confidence
and promises Ogden fans more than
their moneys worth when ho clashes
with the English crack on March 25
ql tho local udltornm PU IK well
known and is well liked in this city
and that tills itilliib ot admiration
Is returned Is shown by his announce
ment that he would lather appear In
Ogden than In any other place In the
Intelmountain country the fans hero
always giving him a square deal and
turning out In force when he Is to
appear
Dawson and his sparring partner
will work out every day at 3 oclock
at the fire station and as no admis
sion price Is charged everyone Is In
vited to drop In and look them over
During the morning tho two men will
follow tho plan Inaugurated yester
day when a trip up tho canyon with
several fast hill climbs was taken
Dawson Intends to nice no chances I
on the altitude and will continue work
Ing hard until In perfect shape
ONE DISTRICT STILL
lAGS ENUERTOR I
Hugh A McMlllin supervisor of tho
census for Utah has gone to Clear
creel to appoint an enumerator for
that district James Prostlvllch the
candidate from that district who was
to take the examination for enumera
tor has not been heard from and
Mr McMlllIu will probably have to
appoint another man
Because of the foreign population In
this district the taking of this cen
sus will not only be an Important item
but a difficult task nnd it is dcslrablo
lo secure the best enumerator pos
sible This Is tho only district from
which a report hits not been received
All tho examination papers with
tho exception of those from Prostl
Itch have been looked over nnd the
recommendations for appointment as
enumerators have been made to the
department at Washington Within
u week or ten days Mr McMlllin be
lieves he will be able to male Iho ap
pointments public
JERE F LILLIS WILL ESCAPE
DANGERS OF BLOOD POISONING
Kansas City March IJere F Lil
lis president of tho Western Ex
change bank who was assaulted Sun
day morning by John P Cudahy at tho
lattors residence was reported this
morning to bo steadily recovering The
hospital physician stated that there
Is no fear of blood poisoning develop
ing
A kitchen knife geed by Cudahy on
the bunk president was said to have
been rusty and the fear of blood pois
oning came from this fact
Attendants at S Marys hospital
said however that u was uncertain
just when LllIIs would be removed
from the hospital to his home Asked
If his Injuries woulii be of a perma
nent nature they said it would require
some time to determine that
On John C Cowin of Omaha fath
er of Mrs Cudahy left for Omaha
today
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METUOfHSTS
TO ENJOY
A PLAY
The following Is the cast of charac
ters and persons that ylll represent
them tonight and tomorrow at the
First Methodist church house 211
Twentyfourth street The play was
written by Eleanor Maud Crane and
Is n clever representation of yo old
fashioned school with all Its sub
lime as well as ridiculous experiences
EHhu Wilkins M D School
master A G Gunmen
School Committee
Josiah Partridge Deacon l1 F JXMICC
Zebtdec VonPolt F Hanson
Hozoklah Shooks A Johnston
Visitors
Mrs Endluance Petcrklns
rMlss S Eisenberg
Mrs Hannah Parsons
Mrs A Johnston
Mrs Humility PartridgeHiss
Miss A Rowse
Mistress Charity Hornwell
Spinster Miss laude Lynch
Mrs DooIILlIcI1ss Stella Slalej
Pupils
Ohedlah Bangs u R Pearson
Abraham WhilestonoA Bushnc11
Jonah Partridge C Elsonbtrg
Josiah Barcboucs4 G Hamer
Ebenc7er DoolltUe 1 G Falck
Peter Paul PeterkinsK Griffin
Mnlchczodck LltllejohnG Bcckstiad
Patrick 1ronPeltL O Holgren
Temperance WlillosloneMIss B Laird
Judith DooliltleMiss J Smith
Dellvcrenco Doolitlle Miss E Staley
Salvation Doollttlc Miss E Darling
Belinda BnssettMlss Edna Staley
Prudence Patience Poterkins
1159 Kent
Dorcas Skinner Miss E VanBusklrk
Deborah Tubbs Miss B Lcavllt
Penelope Hornwell Miss Ruth Winter
CONFLICTING STATEMENTS AS
TO LOS ANGELES WRECK
Los Angeles March 9No deaths
have occurred today as a result of
last nights wreck on tho Pacific
Electric when an Oakland lino car
was thrown from the rails by the on
jglnc of a freight train of the Salt
Lako line
Aborclll whose skull was frac
tured was still alive though his con
dition was precarious today Thirty
live persona received hurts but In
most Instances they were of a trifl
ing natuc Rev F W Oakes of Den
ver listed among the Injured suf
fered only a bruise of the hip
Conflicting statements leave the
causo of the disaster In doubt
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Were KleveF Sold at Prices as Low as Here
= YOU HEAR FT EVERYWHERE BARONS IS TOE PUCE TO BUY =
ANY WONDER WE ARE OFFERING CLOTHES FOR MEN YOUNG MEN AND BOYS THAT ARE THE
BEST VALUES THIS STORE OR ANY OTHER STORE CAN POSSIBLY OFFER AND ONE OF THE MAIN REA
SONS WHY THESE VALUES ARE BEST IS BECAUSE WE BUY FOR TEN STORES THIS IS BUT ONE REASON
G THERE ARE MANY OTHER REASONS WHY WE ARE ENABLED TO BUY CHEAPER THAN THE OTHER
FELLOW BUT THAT WOULD TAKE UP TOO MUCH SPACE ta1
MEN WHO REMEMBER THE WONDERFUL SALES WE HAVE GIVEN IN THE PAST MAY JUDGE THE
IMPORTANCE OF THUS SALE WHEN WE SAY
6lts a Sale Wit blotllli Peer qlr Psrrannei99
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Money p Money
4y was well spent when we bought our 1
never bought better garments even lines of Mens Furnishings Hats and
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in this store They arc pure wool M J Shoes
fast color and fashioned as you
We dont like to talk about how D
i like them Weve sizes to fit men f sti i tai good a buyer weve got but wo must
r say that he knows where
to plant
size
ti of every build your awaits you i t I i a
1 our money The proof is here Read J
here at prIceswell just read these t t this
sprinkling of
I prices f 1 4 prices
200 Mens Hats 95c
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r 1000 Suits 475
300 n
Mens Shoes 105
1260 Suits 1 JJ575 4 lr 360 Mens Shoes 210
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1500 Suits 675 76c U
Underwear ssdb
1800 Suits 875
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2200 Suits 1075
35c Suspenders IS
3 2500 Suits 1275
7PaI Economists to Men lOc Handkerchiefs 5A
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2800 Suits u 1375 12l2c Hose
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1 I Mens Trousers Greatly Reduced Boys Shoes 13 off regular prices
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Friday and Saturday Evenings
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66 THE ROUND UP OGDEN 1fJIlIEATJRIE
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CONDEMNS
TOE LIQUOR
TRAFFIC
Declaring that there is too much
politics jn the cities of America nnd
that until it Is reduced to a minimum
or eliminated altogether there will
always be found corruption and Im
morality III municipalities Hon Ncphl
L Morris of Salt Lako City before
an audience of three hundred persons
gathered at the Weber academy audi
torium under the auspices of the Og i
don Betterment league last evening I
discussed the evils of cities and their
I
cures He also declared that tho root
of all evil In any city could be traced
to the liquor traffic
Tho meeting which was one of the I
most cnlhosla tlc held by the league
In a number of months was favored
with a number of splendid selections
rendered by tho Weber academy or
chestra under the direction of Prof
E W Nichols A vote of thanks was
given the orchestra and Its leader for
the service they have rendered the
league
Mr Morris was Introduced by
Apostle David 0 McKay After he
had concluded his address the
league was addressed by Apostle
McKay on the subject of appealing to
the county commissioners for the pur
pose of Influencing that body to re
fuse a license to any person to sell
liquor In Ogdon canyon This Idea
met with a storm of applause which
lasted several minutes
Apostlo McKay brlelly told how the
residents of the valley had on several
occasions complained of liquor being
sold in Ogden canyon and that a
petition had at last boon made up
and signed by numerous residents
of this city and vicinity who allow
their children to enjoy themselves
In Ogden canyon during tho good
weather and who object to the liquor
feature The petition asks that the
league lake some action and accord
ingly a motion was passed to the ef
fect that the betterment lengue pre
sent the matter to the county com
missioners with the petition and
ask that any licenses existing at pre
sent be revoked and all applicants In
the future for this prlvllcdgo bo re
fused Tho motion was passed unani I
mously and met with a great deal of
commendation from those proseut I
Definition of Life
Mr Morris began his address with II
the query What Is Life and
brought out the facts that life Is a I
great battle with constant engage
ments that there are no volunteers
but all persons alike aro drafted into
service heroes captains soldiers all
under the Great Commander Whoso
cause Is right Ho then took up tho
subject of American government
quoting Jefferson who said refer
ring to politics being mixed up In
city governments They arc can
cers on the body politic and to Theo
dore Roosevelt In his statement that
The American people have not yet
solved the problems of municipal gov
cinment
Mr Morris brought out tho fact that
onehalf of our population lives In
the cities and laid great stress on
the obvious necessity of obtaining
some system of clean city government
Ho cited Boston Mass Galveston
I Texas and Des Moines Iowa as In
I stances of cities that have made a
success of government by commis
sioners appointed or elected directly
by tho people without recourse to po
litical parties
Denounces Liquor Traffic
In regard to prohibition Mr Mor
rib was aovero on the liquor traffic
as the ono groat cause of all human
Ills and a great majority of crimes
but does not think the time Is yet
ripe for a goncral movement in that
direction In Ogden Ho believes tho
work being dono now by tho Ogden
Betterment League In attempting to
secure legislation which will enforce
tho closing of saloons between the
hour of 7 In the evening and 7
oclock In Mm mnrnlnnr IB tho nroaiast
step towards Improvement ever tak
en by a body of citizens with the wel
fare of the community they repre
sent at heart Close your saloons
between these hours he said anti
you will gladden thousands and thous
ands of hearts In Ogden and the
country adjacent to It The day of
tho open Joint is passing slowly but
surely nnd more and more the peo
ple are coming to a realization of
Just what is causing all of theh
troubles the saloons and liquor An
other cause of much sorrow and mis
fortune Is tho public dance whereat
liquor Is sold Gambling houses and
pool rooms are also taking their toll
of humanity and the day will come
when they will be totally abolished
Praises Juvenile Court
Mr Morris epitomized tho work
of the probation officers and juvenile
courts In taking care of youthful of
fenders who come under the ban of I
the law and at the door of die gambl
ing houses and pool rooms and sa
loons laid thp blame for most of
tho youths of the country who go
wrong The root of the evil how I
over Is found in the saloon he con
tinued They are all allied with the
saloon and will follow in its steps
Should ono of your family be taken
with diphtheria you would not at
tempt to effect its cure by the use
of Carters little liver pills or sooth
ing syrup would you No you would
usa many grains of antitoxin and In
like manner the saloon cancer must
be eradicated by strenuous measures
or It will continue to exist Re
member that the efficacy of tho law
Is exactly equal to the ability and
integrity of the men elected to en
force tho law and that tit sins of
cities are malignant growths pro
ducing wealth to those conducting
them and death and destruction of
soul to those who follow and practice
them
Mr Morris brought an end to his
remarks by complimenting the Ogden
Betterment League on the great fight
for a clean city It is making and urged
them to continue In the work they
havo set to perform Hlu address
was received by the large crowd pre
cent with evident appreciation and a
great deal ot applause
TO THE PUBLIC
We Are Agents for Parisian Sage and
We Know the Guarantee
la Genuine
Badcons Pharmacy
Parisian Sage the quickacting hair
Invigorator is guaranteed
To stop falling hair
To euro dandruff
To euro itching of the scalp
To put life Into faded hair
To make harsh hair soft and lux
uriant
To mako hair grow or money back
It is the most delightful hair dress
ing made and Is a great favorite with
ladles who desire beautiful and lux
uriant hair I
Price SOc a large bottle
LARRY LAJOIE IS
GOOD AT fIRST
Alexandria La March 10rAt
home at first base any time might
bo printed on cards and handed out
by Larry Lajole The big follow looks
Just as much at home around tho Ini
tial sack as ho over did at second
whore he built up his worldwide repu <
f tation and judging from the way he
has performed in his new position GO
far ho will live up to the predictions
ot those wine heads who said ho would
be a greater fret sacker than either
Hal Chase or Frank Chance
Larry cavorts around first as though
he was made to order for tho job He
displays the same case and grace that
marked his work as second baseman
For a man who bait been devoting his
attention to another position for many
years Lajolo showsa wonderful
knowledge of how tho Initial bag
should bo played Hu Is never I
nrncaai un and Ja aluavo Ml th
right thing at the right time
At first Larry is up to his old tricks
of making hard plays look easy lIe
goes to his right mid knocks down siz
zlers that might puss to the outfield
for hits with the grace of a Grecian
athlete He goes to his left just as
well for hardhit balls down tho base
line
BURNS WILL BOX
WITH S LANGFORD
Los Angeles March 10 Tommy
Burns erstwhile heavy weight pugllls
tic champion is going to reenter the
ring His first fight will bo with Sam
Langford before the National Sporting
club of London according to the state
ment of Joe Woodman Langfords
manager
Woodman said that he has a tempt
ing offer from the National club to
pit his tar baby against Burns
The former champion ho said has
already signified his willingness to
fight Langford The offer came In a
cablegram from London yesterday
According to the proposition offered
by the Londoner the men will fight
at catch weights on Derby day May
24 They will travel over a 20round
route
routeWoodman
Woodman has been planning to tako
Langford to Paris to try for a match
with the winner of the lcVe Jean
nolle fight He said this afternoon
that tho London offer was so much I
better than tho opportunity afforded I
In the French capital that ho will
abandou his plan for an invasion ot
France
IMPETUS IS GIVEN
TO EARLY CLOSING
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Salt Lake March 9At a meeting i
of the Retail Clerks union held at If
the Federation of Labor hall Tuesday I
night articles of agreement between J
the Retail Clerks union No f 5S and
the clothiers and shoe and furnishing
stores of the city were adopted nnd
they will be taken to the merchants
for their signatures within the next
day or two Several of the leading I
merchants have already expressed
their Intention of signing It This
agreement applies to the men In stores
only and a petition to the department
stores for early closing will be for I
mutilated next wool
The agreement adopted Tuesday
night calls for tile closing of mens I
clothing shoe and furnishing stores I 1
at G oclock every night oxcopt Saturday i i
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urday when the hour Is 0 oclock
This also applies to nights before boll I l
articles also call for the
das Tho i i
closing of stores on legal holidays II j
The committee In churgo of the j
campaign for C oclock closing among I 1 j
the department stores of the city Is I
hard at work among the various mer
chants and everything looks encoura j l f
gillS It has mad all arrangements I > J
for tag day next Thursday and for the i j
grand ball at Saltalr on Friday larch j
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London March 9Carew Martin
the art critic wag today convicted of i
misappropriating tho funds of the
Royal Society of Brtlab ArUsLq or I
which organization ho was secretary
and was sentenced to nine months Im
prisonment I ji
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HOGS AND VEALS
Wo aro paying for fat boss as fol I
lows
Hogs from 200 Ibs and up per
100 Ibc 950 j
Hogs from 160 to 200 Ibs per j
100 Ibs M ry wO 9t25
Hogff from 125 to160 lbo0 per
100 Ibs M 875 r I
Wo receive hogs daily i
Anybody who prefers dressed f I
weight on hoes may bring them In on
Tueadnya or Fridays between 730
antI 10 u m Wo will then slaughter 1
them whllo you wait and pay 1250
dressed At either of
per 100 Ibs dres
these daya you may chooao whether tt 1
you want tho live weight price or t I
dressed
1250 I
Wo pay for fat vealo from 70 to 125 J 1
Ibc dressed weight 11 cents per Ib I fa
and receive them tinily You may
bring them In either live or dressed
Access to our plaint lu now con
eulont slnco time construction of the
viaduct
rmnEN PAriJNr M JnouT JON po

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