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e THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY MARCH 15 1910
r EE March When tho ISnster Spring OOIUOR Overcoat iu 1
isi au absolute necessity I
I 5 Our showing is very It
tractive and contains mod
i rs els to suit the taste of ev
ery looker
I
n Every garment beautifully
fi
b r S t L j ly cut and splendidly tailor
yr i ed
1 KY
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llf The Goats arc I
1 F t0 A medium lengths In
I L c on 3 c r v n t 1 v o
4
> 4 shades of Olives I
z A f a Grays and Oxfords
fly or In ninck Wor
1 l r steds and Cheviots
pi t t aro the fabrics
I Some sill lined
I tlj Ills t
Aui y + f 25 to 530
Il m Il I h lm J Just think how much of u
f nf flirte hnndnomo nov
hjpnne Overcools would im
prove your npplalll1Hr
I I t
FRED M e NYE Ca
II 2413 Washington Aveiaue II
I L IDI
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Sth Deptt0
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TYe start tillS seasoji in +
suits with the best values
nobbiest styles latest materi
j als and colors
Smart Norfolk jackets in
black and white checks
dressy cutaways with fancy
pleated skirts white serge
suits with the chick 36inch
jackets suits in all wool ma
P terials Well tailored Sat
in lined New shades IJ
Pleated SkirLs
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i I SPRING STARTER
r 1375
2
Others 1650 i17nO and upI
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i The
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1 ftL ffl ° Wykes Co r
t 2335 WASHINGTON AVE
t
l RANDOM
J r fRENn0
Kodak finishing Tripp 340 5lh
street
Coal call up Parker fs Co for
rates on lump nut and clack
1 New Residence T IL Jewell Is
building a 1500 residence on Ogden
avenue between Thirtyfitst and Thir
ty second streets It will be completed
within the next ninety days
COAL Call up Parker S Co for
rates on lump nut and alack Parker
Coal Co
f
The office at the Union depot for
m rly occupied bj the travollng pas
I ncnger agent of the Kirrlmau lines
will be used by the baggage agent in
tho future
I I Esmbergcr Ogden Coal Plenty of
I That Good Coal on hand Clear
l Creek Castle Gate and Rock Springs
4 75 and SfiOO at Yard 219tf
Pay Day at Depot Today was pay
day at the Union depot and Secretary
Charles White of the Union Depot
company distributed about 0000
I among tho employes or liie Union de
pot and yards this morning
I
1 term Puro food only Charles Cafc
I
George Ross assistant superintend
ent of the Utah division of the Oregon
Short Llnev was an Ogdcn visitor to
day
t Bakery goods at Charles Cafo
I tena
1
Villlam Howath manager of the
W O ICay elevator interests at Law
iston Ltah is in Ogden
Bread of quality Charles Cafe
I term
Thirtythree military prisoners In
r charge of an officer and a detail oj
private passed through Ogden this
morning en route to Oakland Califor
nia where they will be sent to the
island of Alcatraz
Mrs J Warner Is with tho W L
Spurceon Millinery Co and will bo
pleased to aeu her friends
John Sebastian third vIce presiden t
and passenger traffic manager of the
Rock Island lines in a private car
passed through Ogden this morning
vn routo cast from California
rrod G Taylor superintendent of
the Lewiston factory of the Amal
GamUcd Sugar company is spendlog
a a few days In the city fonferring
with the general officers tho
com
pany
Bible Clacc Tho Young Peoples
Elblo Class of the First Method 6t
church met last night in tholr usual
monthly business meeting and adopted
a constitution besides transacting
> EX E EI 1in u 1m mJ a Jt jJ
Oracle isis Globe °
Ladies Souvenir Matinee Oracle
and Globe Wednesday afternoon
laic Thursday afternoon
A
Every picture Ic good Song
good and muolc good
i1 m Ji E1 aoa Ii
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other Important business Eighteen
of the members of the class were
preeent Mr Selp acting as chairman
Fifty names enrolled were reported
with a very Food attendance each
Sunday and great things are expected
by this organization The next so
cial meeting will be hold at the home
of Miss Bertha Laird on the 21st of
I Ttarch and n largo attendance Is
hoped for
I
l he Women of Woodcraft Ogden
Circle No 3S1 will give a grand hall
Thursday March 17 Sl Patricks
day at tho Royal Dancing Academy
i Admission 50 cents Extra lady io
I cents
Flood Damage General Superin
I tendent T M Davis and Superintend
ciu K C Manson and Assistant Su
perintendent Fitzgerald of the SnIt
Like division of the Southern Pacific
icupylng two private cars left on a
I apodal train this morning for a trip
over the division for the purpose of
f OHtlmntlnf tho amount of damage by
the recent floodc They will probably
return Saturday morning
Draftsman wanted at once Shreove
Ii Madseu Architects Ogden Utah
Boxing Contest Owing to the con
fiding of the dates for attractions at
the Ogden Theater it has been neces
sary to postpone the Sulllvannawsou
boxing contest from March 24ti to
March 23th An recursion for the
benefit of the fight fans of Salt Lake
City will be run on the night of the
fight
T > 1C G Butter has every desirable
quality
For RntA seven reont brick
house Modern improvements Close
In Telephone either phone 71
Mo Police Court No cases were
called in the criminal division of the
municipal court this mornnp due to
the fact that none was ready for a
hearing and that there was a short
cpe in the commission of the orJinary
offenses last night Arrests made last
night and bray were as follows John
Newman and Fred Tlutchinson
charged with assault Fred WHson ac
cused of petit larceny and John Sholl
than also accused of little stealing
These matters will likely be heard by
the Judge tomorrow
Get a SL Patrick soinonir with one
cg
of our Pure Food mealsCharlc g
Cafeteria
Mrs C E Ixos hair goodn haw
arrived 2G02 Washington avenue
STORY OF CANHL
I AT m THE THE
That sad story in which a sinful
woman plays the leading part a tru <
story of the real girl who died at
I luc age of twentyone Capable ot
a true and lasting love that sacrllices
Itself for the good of the loved one
She began life wrong and finds her
self enmeshed in tbf necessity of a
life of luxury that Deludes the pos
slblllty of a simple life In the homo
of the man she loves We pity the
fate of the misspent life a late
which leaves behind it a lasting im
prot lon The pictures could scarce
ly be Improved upon In any way
DPIGGS MILLINERY PARLORS
Are now prepared to show an olc
KHQt line of u1 > todato Spring Millin
ery Special lines from 500 to 510 00
this Season Ready to wear hats from
OO to 5500 2350 Washington Ave
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using OGDEN
Go
DEN MADE fLOUR it costs you no
more and every sack you use Is a
boost far jour town
In thai way you mako a Chicago
of Ogden Ogden Milling d Ele
I vator Co
I NOTICE OF REMOVAL
Frank R Watklns grocery has re
moved to 215 TwcnJyIifth street just
cast ot the old stand In the new brick
building
MEMBERS OF A
fAMILY BURNED
Auburn Cal March 151n his
haste to remove a leaking pot of boll
fig tar from his kitchen stove Charles
Clark yesterday splashed the hot fluid
I on himself his wife and their three
children all being seriously burned
Mrs Clark will probably logo her
sight and ono of the children aged
three years IB to badly Injured that
It moy dlo
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fMllllMPROVED
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II BY PEERV BROS
After haIn liren closed down for
over six eels the Itciy Brotlurs
Milling Cos plant l 1I Op bi o
started ready for i IKV artu 7c e
ful run The mill baa he < n ovjrliaVetl
from top to bottom tflI lit rcasy a
new plant The vory lileal nnchlnerv
I from tho East has been Installed and
no expense has hoen spared lo male
this mill a model oe
New halters scourers finisher
rolls pul > r aspirators and other
uptodato machines have been In
I stalled and tie line of machlnos Is
i ns modern as In any mill in the Inftcd
Slates In addition to this special
I machines for thoroughly cleaning the
grain as it comes In from the farm
I ers have boon put In It Is now con
ceded by modern mlllors that Ii U
absolutely essential to havo tho grain
thoroughly clerfnrd washed and purl
fled helot grinding and the Pcory
nrotheis Milling Co has gone tho
limit on putting In elaborate cleaning
machinery
The fnremna mihi right from Chi
cago 1 P Frnolich state that ho
considers this mill ono of tho moat
uptodiito complete and finest mill
ho has soon in the whole country and
ho Is acquainted with most of Ill
mills now In operation
The companys output Is consider
ably Increased by the changes as the
old mill could hardly keep rp with
the demand for their flour Their
brands Crescent High Patent and
Star Straight Grade are shipped
throughout Utah Idaho Wyoming and
Xcvndu and It will be the nlm of the
company to keep tho standard of their
flour at the highest possible point
I The company employs quite a force
of men the year around and pays out
thousands of dollars annually for
grain most of vhich remains In Og
den
ECCLES MHTS
ms ACCUSERS
Portland March 15 Federal oil
clalo yesterday found David Ecclcs of
Ogden Utah as good as his word for
he arrived here yesterday afternoon
and voluntarily appeared before thc
proper authorities and gave bond to
answer charges against him In the In
dlctincnts as president of the Oregon
Lumber company anti the Sumptor
Valley road in connection with al
leged timber laud fraud
Ecclcs arrived In Portland al 3
oclock on n delayed 0 R h train
I and was met at the depot by his
brother William H Ecclc and
Grant Geddes manager of the Oregon
Lumber company and the throe at
once went Into conference with their
attorneys
After a short talk with his lawyer
the Utah ipUliwinlre lumberman and
sugar king called the once of Initod
States Marshal Reed over the telo
Idiotic and jidvlsod that oflMal of his
presence When Importuned for a
statement as to his position concern
ing the charge that he had become a
member of a conspiracy to defraud
the United States of Jin Immense
quantity of timber lands In hake
county tmoiigh the uco of cntmnen
who had prevlouolj contracted to sell
the lands and for whose claims the
Oregon Lumber company and time
Sumptor Vnllcj alhoad are alleged
to hac furnished the mono Mr lc
clos said
1 will riot make a statement for
the bcnoflt of the public until 1 havo
had time to so over the entire situa
tion with Attorney Snow Ho has pot
received a copy of the indictment ns
jot and we are In the dark as to tho
enc terms of the charge against mo
I will appear tomorrow for the put
poso of giving bond In wbaoror sum
the court may doom fit to Ox hut at
this time no arrangement have boon
made among my fends wno mav
wish to do mo tbrtt sorviro I received
I
notice of my indictment at nn homo
in Ogden t tab last Thursday night
and at once wired Mr Snow that r
would leave on Saturday night for
Portland arriving hero Monrtav morn
ing Tho program was carried out
with the exception of the late arrival
of the train for which I am not re
sponsible I stopped ono day at Baker
City to look after business interests
i shall stay here such time as ma
bo ncccssar lo get our aide of tho
controversy In motion but am unable
to sav what Snow mar deem idsa
I ble I hate a food many Interests
and of course entrust them to man
men 1 dont know what some of
them may hats done All of the men
indicted have been or are employes or
tho Oregon Lumber company Some
of them may own stock in the com
pany 1 am sure Mr Goddor does
F M Atkinson F M Shurtlnfi and
Vllliani Green jointly Indicted with
Mr Eccles furnished bond Monday at
Maker City David cclos has not
boon placed niHer nrrcst largely be
cause of tho assurance pheti by Baker
City 1L utager Gcddos When the in
dictment was ned bv the grand jury
Marshal Reed tohonod to Mr
Goddor at tho Imperial hotel Geddon
Immcdlatoh calla at the federal
bonding and furnished bond
DA R Of OGDEN
BOY IN TEXAS
i
Telegrams were received lat yes
I torday afternoon in till city aunouu
I In the death of Ruben W Uunnip
I Jr in the hospital at Fort Worth
i Tcxufl at S Ma tu yesterday The
natro of the disease of which he died
is not kunwu but ho hted boon ecn
fined for several weols in the hos
pital and an osonuon wits finally
I found necessary He was operated
March S
ujyin on Tuesday
Robert GUnnlp or Bob ns HP was
generally known was twenty yours
of ago and formerly en Ogden boy
rt
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CANDIES
Frceh today
BADCONS PHARMACY
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crovdsladies i
nd8 i The unusual bargains
D d
I U 3 He YD ier u advertised this paper
Saturday Evening brought a generous demand for the goods on
I the second floor yesterday So eagerly were they bought that
L we have decided to offer some of the same items for the
9J remainder of the weeklnstead of Monday only
H A fiiraely Summer Waists
sale S t7
Li 4 r j The waists offered are all of the new stock Crisp smart styles There will
be lively buying in this department
fi = n tffcTfe
k Linen waists strictly tailored Stiff collars and cuffs Looks 98c
f P < U
like pure linen 2 value for
I 1 9 A e l 1 l Good quality of lawn Six rows of good embroidery down front
o The new leg o mutton sleeve soft collar lace edge at neck and QC Q
tL a r i sleeve button in front X200 values for
I Jl Fancy Dotted Swiss strictly tailored stiff collars and cuffs No 2 9 Q C
1J Jr pearl buttons jfcoo value for y
I x Good quality of lingerie fancy yoke of embroidery cluster tuck 98
rgJ F J ing down front insertion and tuck down back 203 value for C
Ms Jamiaty SILK DRESS
a y r15 C 4V r
5
5
Om Sale at 9 j d 0 0 0 i rJJ
I let us impress that these are snappy 1910 styleslhe handiest little garment a
I woman can own It is slipped on in a hurry for afternoons at home or for imlormal tr
I tlesit is perfectly proper as a theatre garmentand has a neat refined air as a street
dress The materials are taffeta R3jahthe two silks which are distinctively the pre
dominating materials for 1910 The colors are Natural Navy Copenhagen Green Black
Black and White stripes Black and White Checks The regular price is S 190 This I
I I 1 week we will offer themwith no charge for alterations at fir c95
I I
I THIS STYLISH 98C Gtsis li it m Jackets f f I
I 160 CORSET FOR CJe t fi3 < Ie Spring < p3CMel 1 1
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I + l Wool jackets of pressed flannel and similar materials 1
I smart styles for the girl of 6to 14 years The collars in I i
I q j most cases Z of velvet Someare double breasted with 4 I t
I ffi1 JfMJ j11 two rows of fancy buttons Patterns are large or small r U11111
E this is the garment that is worn with good effect t H j F
I lj ur ii 1 > 1 I + in thespringand in the fall and on cool evenings during r
the Just the article for
e summer trips into the canyon rtlt
I I strong a now coutll spring rust modol proof low this bust in where even during the heated season the evenings I
I with extra Ions skirt has six hose require a light coat
s supporters e have thin corset In
nil sizes from IS to 2 < 5 Q not one in the lot is worth less than 30 this T IDI
1 rnlv ono to a cus fj GC
I tomer for e O week we offer them at 19 r
I I I i
I I
I a
I J r 1fwo rnpoi Muslinwear r peci Ii
I c 75 cent Gowns
I ctb = 48 cents V
1 This item will be offered the remainder of the week Ladies gowns made r
I of a good quality of cambric slipover style hemstiched ruffle around neck
± and sleeve a 75 cent value for 48 cents i
i r J 1W 1 J 0 90 cent SMrt t aQ 58 cents a
i5 y t 1 i r 2 This new item will be offered the remainder of the week Ladies muslin r r
1 V r I skirt a good quality of muslin with a tucked flounce torchon edge cambric I
I I I 14 + 1j h dust ruffle goc value for oc o I
Ill J j if
i lllf1 IJG J I r r o ti5 fj I x i ht8 c I c
I I h if ADOOO I TO TRAOZ J r A OOOB T TO TWVtn J II t
n Qjl iOl1i r = lfif = II r r1 i i i
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Tho faailv movd to Tort Worth
about a year ago from here I
It will he a shoe to his largo circle
of friend and acquaintances to Icain
of his death Ho was very well knuwn
In Ogden where his sunny fair and
iipoiihcarled nature made him ex
ccedingl popular especially with the
younger set with whom he was a rHo
orlio He is also highly remembered
at the depot railroad offices whore he
I formerly worked as clerk and stenos
rapier In the depot masters office and
In the office of the superintendent of
I
the Union Paclfi
CANNON NOW
I AGGESSlVtii
Sprlnll1 111 March 15 Speaker
I Cannot In a letter road at a meeting
I of the Republican editors here today
renewed his attack on the Insur
gonUi and declared that all the
plel es of tho platform will IK kept
by the Republican party if It has tho
continued support of the people Thy 1
Otor Is addressed to George C Ran
Kin resident of the llllnola Repub
Mean Editors association Springfield
and In part was as follows
Dear AJr Eankla I have your fa
c
I > or of iho Sth Inst Informing mo that
there will bo a meeting cf the Illinois
I Republican Editorial association at
SprlugfliId on March I and InvMlu
me to give you a word of encourage
mont and suggestion
I thank you for your courtcsj but
I fool there is no crcislon for mo to
either advise or cncouragj the Repub
lican editors cf Illinois who hove
1 boon a potent factor In mho politics of
Lime btau atiec bwiorw the Republican
party was formaly organized Tho
liUblicun party has not discarded
any of Its principles nor has it sought
new iRnucs simply for too purpose of
I enrolling the crowd oveiy ready for
novelties
Republican majorities in the house I
I nd senate cooperating with the
Prtsiduut luccd the Payne tariff law I
i on the sntulo books August 5 or
witnin jess than fin months from the
becinnM of the session
Witliln sx month after its enact I
niuiu i itt mw hos demonstrated th t
it is tho best revenue producer as
well as tho most sclontiDe adjustment
of proocitfe dutieti we have ever had
fully justifying tho presidents declar
atloa that It Is the best tariff law over
enacted The Republican party did
not promise free trade traiff nor a
downward revision but a revision In
which should be recognized tho prln
cipV of protection with the minimum
and maximum rate to preserve with
I security
out cxciwjivB duties that
against foreign competition to which
American manufacturers and pro
ducers are entitled and also to main
tain the hiGh stnndnrd of Iving of Me
vacccarnors of thin country who are
waCfcarnors
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the most direct Iionolelarlon of the
protective R < > ieni
I In crnvhif out that plcrteo of time
I patform we enacted a tarlfi In which
I thor wore 05 decreases from the
pliJKloj law L 2 0 increases nUll 1150
Items of the dutiable list unchanged
The articles on which duties woro
decreased represented 500nOQOooO
J worth of consumption while those In
i created hadn consumption alue of
J less than 1000000 < iOO Time In
creases were on luxuries and the de
creases ou necessities and In this first
six months of the law more than U
per cent of all importations were free i
of duty the largest percentage tf frat
Imports we have over hal under any
tariff not oven excepting the VaIicr
tariff of 18JC which was called a fro
trade tariff The Increase of revenue i
haM been nearly 50000000 in six I
months making tho Payne law the 1
best revenue proJtieor we have over I
had and that Is a prime necessity In
our Increased expenditure for the
gicater development of the country
The Republican party hns cnrrlul
out its tariff pledges in a war to jus
tiff tho Presidents pride in that on
actmont and it will carry out IU
pledges as It hAs time for dliciiMlon
and argument on the form of wise
legislation to meet those pledges
The resent congress in regular
session has
bean moro energetic and
of more ynluo in carrying forward tlto
work before I then has am other
con rcR In recent year
The committees have been giving
most careful study to the number at
hula to amend tho Interstate com
merce law and other legislation prom
wrr
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Isod in Iho Republican platform and
J think I ran spfoh predict that th
i logl lnt on will bo added whllo all tin
pledges of till platform win ho Ko u
I by the party If It has the eonUnK1
support of the people Xo party ha im
I CVPI boon able to ncronipUsh rll I I m
Promises In 010 seisloii of s
and such t =
accompllnhmont has °
nor
1 boon expected It Is the function of f
the Republican editors to keep the 1
people Informed is to tho work nr
compllsbcd that they inny not be mis r
led bv demagogues whose function IB
to complain mind rreato dlssathfar
lion and the Republican editors of
Illinois can be of material asslstino
In presenting the trout to moot fie
lion that the people may fairly judgf
as to the fidelity of the present id
ministration to the principles of tho
party thct gave power to the end thai
tho President may continue to haw
the support of the legislative depart
ment in working out tho policies of c
the Republican party
I
BOY RECOVERS FROM
A BROKEN NECK
New York March J5Thc sur
geons at the Sanoy hoopltal are dat
ed over the recovery of Louis Graf c
a tenyearold Brooklyn boy who was
takon there a four ago with a brok r
en neck caused by a fall For day
the lad lay noir death and for wciks
his recovery was despaired of Then t
he began to Improve slowly and now
nfter nine months spent with his
body oncased In a planter cast he Is
declurd uqup4 ttsalu
4MJR lJIIIl L 4j1i hn

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