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I 9 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY 1CABCH 17 1910
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Now Just Before
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EASTER Dont
l i forget what is due your looks as a careful
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dresser in STEINBLOOH SMART CLOTHES
i < which same we have waiting for you in all
I Spring models and styles Clothes that fit
r that are stylish with a worldwide style that
I art all wool and hold their shape
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I Suits 2O to 35
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i FRED M 0 NYE CO0
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III 2413 Washington Avenue
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Va ues n Our I
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We start thus season in
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nobbiest styles latest materi
I als and colors
Smart Norfolk jackets in
black and white cheeks
f dressy cutaways with fancy
plealed skirts white serge t
suns willi the chick MGineh
tae gels stets in all wool ma
I terials Well tailored Sat
in lined New shades
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Pleated Skirts
SPRING STAKTER
1375
Others 1050 17 50 and up
The
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Kodak finishing Trlpp 350 25th
street
Cool call up Parker t Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
I The many young Sail Lake friend
of Miss Maggie Tout who will appear
in concert at the Salt Lake theater IIM
morrow evening are making up box I
and stall parties for the affair I
COAL Call up Parker t Co for I
rites on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Pure food only Charles Cafe
teria
Judgment for 61ln the civil dhl
stout of the municipal court this morn
ing a Judgment In favor of P H Cush
nahan and against F G Gussenhoer
for SCI was ghen
Bakery goods at Charles Cafe
teria
Asks to Be Guardlnn Alnion M
White has filed in the probate division
of tho district court a petition for let
ters of guardianship In tho matter of
tho estate and guardianship of hla J
two children Frank and Norma White
who reside In Omaha and who are
heirs in the estate of Weber county
I valued at lono
I Bread of quality Charles I Cafe I
teria
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Mrs C E Leos hair goods have
arrived 2602 Washington avenue
f Tho Fraternal Order of Enslos of
1 this city Is preparing for the annual
hall and party which will 1 > n given
lu the Congress Dancing academy
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April let It will bo n function of
I considerable Importance to the mem I
bers of the order
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i O E S Members Attention De
grco worl March 18th Thursday evening
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nlng Visiting members invited
i lob Pingree Is enjoying n vacation
I In tho orange groves of California
Cigarmakers Danco tonight Con
gress Hall
George Brown the aged Janitor of
tho Episcopal church Is searching for
his keys and pokctknife which he
I lost one night this week
j Cigaminkers lance tonight Con
t gross Hall
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Forcoters on a Journey Assistant
District Forcstor A C McCain of the
I grazing department of the forest sort
Icc 1is sono to Provo in confer with
I Supervisor Peck regarding grazing
t conditions on the Vlntah national for
t est situated In the Ulntah country
near Green river Before returning to
Ogden Mr McCain accompanied
T C Hoyt assistant district forester
elect of the land department of the
Ogden ofTipo will visit the Monb for
est lu southeastern Utah for the par
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pose of making an Inspection Mr
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Hoyt has been onrecied with the law
department of the forest rerxlcc for a
long time but In the recent segrega
J tion ot the land department from that
I of the law department he was se
looted to Luke charge of the land work
The gentlemen will be away from the
city two or three weeks
Clgarmakers Dance tonight Con
gross Hall
Tim OXelll of Ulntah states that
when he was run ore rby a team Dec
2nd he was not intoxicate as was
reported by one of tho papers Mr
I OVell is just out of the hospital I
I Back from Idaho S perintendmt
Fred Gentsch of the dining oar and
hotel department ol he Oregon Short I
Line system has returned to Ogden
from Pocatello where he has bpf1I
for the past iwo weeks directing the
work of the caring lur the passenger
on the detoured Southern Pacific i
trains as well as the heavy Short Line
travel P1 Murphy Inspector of
hotels and dining cars who has been
In Idaho for the past week returned
to Ogden liat nteht
Bulldogs Arr Stolen Some ml
cream who Is evidently a lover of
dogs entered the promises cif Waltei I
Read at 1J21 Twentyfourth street
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last night and stole two bulldogs one
nn old dog and the other a PIII The
dogs were helm kept under lock and
key but the thief wcccodod In got
ilng them The follow who did the
stealing lode to the promises 01 a bi
cycle After making the theft he
found he could not well handlo two
bulldogs and a wheel so he left the
wheel Mr Road stales that he
would c pleased to have the fellow
como back and get the whorl for lu
lus no use for iL At a late hour to I
day no trace of the bulldogs or the
man who stole them had been found
flan dogs arc veil bred cantles nid
they are highly prized by the owner
Egglectcn May Be Released Shorlff
Wilson received adlces last evening
that Frank Egrkoton the Oxden boy
who passed six forged checks In Og
den about a week ago had been ar
rested In Idaho Fulls yesterday after
noon and was being held for the OK
den officers The sheriff staled that
as the relatives of the young man had
made good the amount of the mono
the boy received upon the checks
that probably there would be no pro
edition in the case and the boy would
bo liven his liberty
B k G Butter Is brimful and run
ning over with merit
REOPEN IN
IUE CLARK I
ROAD
The Utah Construction company of
this city has iccolvoi onlors to ship
camp outfits to the Meadow Valley
wash and commence the reconstruc
tion of the Clark road 100 mllos of
which was destroyed by a mighty
flbod which swept over Southern No
xvda on December 31 1900 isolating
j the passenger train two freight trains
and other railroad
equipment aggre
gating an iiumcnsc fortune which can
not be recovered until the road Is re
bruit
Maiunger Wattls of the construction
company roughly estimates that I
through tame can be reestablished I
over the Salt Lake route within three
months I
A laugh Every
Minute at the
I Orpheum
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I If you have got thc blues or a grouch
I on step over to tho Orpheum this week
and wo will guarantee you will forget
all about It In a few minutes The
show this week 13 bubbling over with
good that tickles all over and makes
jou fool good very act it good and
contains some comedy and Just a bit
different from the others Its n show
you will like from the start and feel
well pleased after facing
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WRfJGUTS9 3 b ANNIVERSARY JUBILEE
I It is with considerable pride that we announce the celebration 7 J I I
of our 3 5th birthday all of next week for months we have planned I I
this affair an believe it to be worthy of your presence Spring I
l A merchandise at special p1ices Spring decoration including one
V hundred live singing caneru sOne thousand souvenir booklets are
among the attractions We hope every woman and child will visit us during week t
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GET fREE HCIElS
To the Ogricn Theater fo Any Show
This MonthTwo 51 Tickets
by Paying Your Subscrip
tion In Advance
ro all persons paying three months
subscription In adxance we will glee
one ticket nnd to person staying six
months In advance we will give two
olltf dollar tickets for any of the fol I
lowing big shows at the Ogden thea
tor
The Great Divide tomorrow Fri
day evening March ISth
Charles It Hnnford March Srd
Otis Skinner March 24th
The Lion and the Mouse March I
2Cth
2CthMad I
Mad n the nod Hoate on larch i
30thAll are flrst eta c shown
We give you two one onnr tickets
for each six months subscription paid
in advance If you want a better
seat for Instance a box sent you can
pay the dln9n > nrp In cash
Remember this offer IB open to old
and hew su scrlbers
I BURGLARY CASt IN
DISTRiCT COURT
In the district court today before
Judge Howell the case of the Slate of
Utah against Harry Smith and Thom
as OBrien charged with burglary In
tho third degree Is on trial The
greater part of the morning session
I was occupied In securing a jury
There no only a few witnesses to ho
examined and the case will be con
cluded late this coining
Wlie Brlen en cred the court
room this moining hi remarked to the
deputy accompanying him I
Well Im Kcttinp ui > trial on St
Patricks day aunt I believe I will he
luckThe
The mon arc alleged to have bur
larlred a room in a Japanese room
ing house on Grnntaveiue alwut two
months ago
i TRAr i SftRS Of
REAL ESTATE
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I The allowing real estate transfer
were Idled for record with the count
recorder today
I Ellzn Furgosou to Ilersrhel T Ha
h part of lot 7 block 29 plat C
Consideration S21M
I Ephraim J Nielsen to Xenlil H
NIesen part of the southwest quarter
I of section 17 township G north range
2 east CoMlderntion SoOfi
Adelaide R Hodgman to Emma J
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Moid part of lot 2 block 11 plat B
Consideration 1
I AERONAUTS ARE GETTING
I INTO THE COURTS
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J Seattle Wash March i1he tan
I gle from Charles K Hamiltons failure
to make a flight In his Curtlrs blnlaiic
hero Sunday got Into court xcsterday
when Al Crofton his manager up to
throe days ago lllod suit against him
in tho superior court for 8260 alleg
ing breach of contract and fraud
On the latter charge Crflfton asked
JSonn damages Ho says Hamilton on
February 21 wired Mini from El Pato
Texas that on account of an June
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lion he xvould have to hum lluough
his engagements March 9 on arrlv
ing In Suatlo Croflon learned ho al
leges that Hamiltons representations
I wire filar and that Injunctici had
been filed against the aviator
I HARRIMAN FJRCED
OUT BY PARK
Chicago March lirnnk B Hnr
rlman who reslgnod Tuesday as gen
ernl manager ot the Illinois Central
I laUionl In u stnteimnt made at
I French Lick Springs Ind yesterday
nsborted that hlr resignation was not
I nut ao tae mi nf > fol Stuyxesanl
j Fish former president of the read
i I WUto firced out of the position
of general manager ololy ibucause of
1 the Plan of reorsanizatlon of the work
commenced by the baurd of directors
who paced my dales In the care of
W L Park the newly elected vice
president Harriman said There I
was nothing loft for mo to do but re
sign MyofTe has nractlcallj been
taken over by Mr Park
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I WHEN TAFT S
D001N lit iT
Chicago March 17When Presi
dent Taft sits down tonight to the
I banquet to be clveti in his honor by
1 0 tho Irish Fellowship club ho will occupy
curly a chair almost lS ornate as a I
I kings throne I
The chair Is the work of twelve I
Jolnwrs who spent seven weeks on
I i under direction of an architect A I
hit ofthe blarney stone In front of his
I plate two long strands of Ivy from
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Blatnoy Castle trailing aver a netting
Iro the table In front of him and H
largo square of nnj Irom Ireland
with bits of shamrock growing among
the grasa on display near hx will form
a part of the decoration of tho ban
quet hall
ST PATRICKS BAY
I PRAYER IN mm
I Washington March 17 St Pat
risks day was referred to hv Chaplain
I fouden today when he opened the
sorjion of the house with the invoca
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tionWo
Wo thank thee the chaplain I I
prayed that gordL men do live to In I
I spire ennoble nnd purify those who I
como alter them that today the
I nane of Irelands patron sale < will he I
i hallowed in the heartsof men im
t spc tIe of race or creed in recoenli I
tlon of his potent soUsacrlilcing davo
lion in carrying iho light of the gos 1
pel to a benighted people
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AUSTRALIA IS TO I
HAVE A WEST POINT
Wen Point N y Marie 17An I
Australian West Point
which would
he in all i
ossontlaU
practically R copy
of the famous fPYi
Instltilon hare Is soon
to he I
I otnbllthed In ho Common
wealth Cal Bridges represcntaUt
oC Australia on the Imperial general I
staff of tho m
1 BrlUuh
army has Just left I
here on his rolum to iS
Australia i
I ot Great by wag I
Britain Carrying plant dOCII
meats and
2WW2 study which Ire j
expected lo old Australia
to
hr dream or reaIlc I
school IOjilsslng great army
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Idea
of such a school for
or the
training of Australian
uffirers was I
ori fnlll1
originally urged by LOrd Klchoncr
and It was
ho
who
regarding West
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Point as a model of KB kind suggestoI
that a capable ofTkor be sent lo Amer
I Ica to obtain data for tune proposed
military institution
I Col Bridges crime here lost Vodue
dy wcuk and complete his work yes
I terday Kory opportunity was given
him for studying them workings of th
Institution and the system nf rrnluiiK
I Bo ore his departure he expressed IB
pflntptj praise of tho school tat oilicTa
and the cadets
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