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B THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY MARCH 25 1910
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1 < Easter Apparel
EASTER Outfitting ready Sir No man or
Boy will want to appear next Sunday in the
dull and dingy Clothes that he has worn all
winter Its time for Spring Garments and
theres no time so good to appear as on
1 Easter Sunday
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sJ Mens Spring Suits and Overconts in handsome new
t J tf i models and beautiful fabrics Perfection in Artistic Tailor
4 ing Reasonably priced
I1L 01j 15 20 25 to 35
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i Suits and Overcoats for little men in very
+ l r r f smart and natty styles
r r f X25034 to 9
All the correct shapes in Spring Hats choice and ex =
> clusive Xcel ycar Gloves and other toggery Styles that
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s c arc classy and different
Now is the very time to select your Spring Out
fitting for the choosing will never be better
a + + FRED M NYE CO
2413 Washington Avenue
Values in Our
Suit Dept
We start this season in
suits with the best values
jiobbieet styles latest materi
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
terials Well tailored Sat
in lined New shades
Pleated Skirts
SPRING STARTER
1375
Others 1650 1760 and up
o The
M M Wykes Co
2335 WASHINGTON AVE
RANDOM I
tREffRENCfS
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antedTo lease for one or two
it I years a house with S or 10 rooms
Bench preferred Call Ind Phone
Iii 729
Easter lilies at Hendershots
Kodak finishing Tripp 340 25th
BtrcoL
k Miss Myrtle Blood of Far nington is
visiting her Bister Mrs William Val
ue for a few days
d Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and clack
For SaleOld mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
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COAL Call up Parker Co rOf
ratcB on lump nut and alack Parker
Coai Co
Good Time M ldeA car of bananas
for H L Griffin Co in charge oC Mes
senger Tim Hurst arrived last even
ing Tho run from Kansas City to
Ogden was good but from Denver to
Ogden the run was made In just 4S
hours which speaks well for the
Union Pacific
Puro food only Charles Cafe
teria
riFor
For Easter flowers call Honder
shot
I ECks Saturday Night The Elks of
I Salt Lake arc to slvo their show Sat
urday night Instead of tonight and
lame delegations of Ogden Elks and
I friends arc to make the trip to the
I capital to witness tho performance
The show Is said to be equal to a pro
fessional performance with local bite
added
Bakery goods at Charles Cafe
teria
Castle Gate Clear Creek and Rock
Springs coal 550 per ton cash on
delivery Phono 149 hoist B Lewis
All kind of coal X550 cash deliv
ered M L Jones Coal Co
Local Girls on Stage Miss Caroline
Kay and Miss Helen Care two Og
den girls are to han a try out at
tho Orpheum tomorrow afternoon and
evening aa song nnd dance artists If
they aro successful in their Initial
appearance they will go on the Oi
pheum circuit
Bread of quality Charles Cafe
teria
530 huys a ton of Best Rock
Springs on the market Phone 27
John Farr
Mayors Martha Washington Com
fort shoes for sale by Horrocks Bros
I
On account of our just receiving a
delayed shipment of seeds we will
for n few days sell eight 5cent pack
ages of our western grown flower and
garden seeds for 25 conto Edgar
Jones Co
Action for DivorceA suit for a
divorce was flied In the district court
lain this afternoon by Jennie May
Peterson upon tho grounds of non
support The couple were marrJnl in
Ogden May 20 190G and have one I
child of which the plaintiff asks the
custody
Bulk flower and garden seeds a
I new shipment Just received by Edgar
Jones Co
Heres a hint for householders use
B G Butter
Nearly new high grade piano for
rent or for sale choap OJ Stll
well Bell phone 1028Y Ind C7
Mark Murphy Entnte in the pro
hato division of the district court this
afternoon Nora Murphy was appoint
ed special administratrix of the es
tato of Mark Murphy deceased The
petitioner states that the deceased
died on March IS of this year and left
an estate valued at 2000 which con
sists of n saloon The heirs of the es
tate ore the petitioner the widow of
tho deceased and two children aged
three and five years respective
Cash buyers should buy of a cash
house I L Clark Sons Co
Choico patterns and styles in young
mens clothng 1 L Clark Sons
I Co
Died Aggie Dee 7yearold daugh
I ter ot Klaos and Cornelia Van Dyke
Dee died at 230 yesterday afternoon
at the family residence 3524 Jeffer
son avenue of brlghls disease Her
IllncES was brief being tnknn ill
only last Sunday Sho was born at
Rotterdam Holland November 23
1902 and was a pupil at the Wash
ington school The funeral will be
announced later
Automobile for sale at a bargain
First class condition Dr S W
Wherry 2609 Madison
New Traveling Passenger Agent
Dwight W Newton who has been
appointed traveling passenger agent
of the Harriman lines vice A B
MoBeloy resigned has completed the
checking up of the affairs of his of
fice In Salt Lake City and has ar
rived in Ogden to assume his now po
sition
Autolng to Salt LkeHo C Sood
left for Salt Lake this morning in his
White steamer roadster automobile
He expects to return this evening
Tabernacle ServicesElder George
E Fcrrcn of Huntsvllle will be the
principal speaker at the Ogden Tabe
naclo services at 2 oclock Sunday aft
ernoon A special musical program
will be given under the direction or
Professor Joseph Railantyno
Assistant District Forester L U
White of the silviculture department
has gone to Idaho for a few days In
spection of the Weiser national for
est
Slide in the CanyonA landslide of
minor importance occurred In Ogden
canyon a few hundred yards below
the Hermitage which came from the
south side of the river A slide of
earth and rock about twenty feet wide
and eighteen inches deep camo down I
from the mountain and covered thu
county road It did not retard travel
through the canyon as teams easily
passed over the slide It required the
qiTvIcos of five men only a few hours
this morning to free the roadway of
the earth The only damago don
says County Road Commissioner John
Childa was in the breaking down of
a couple of electric poles of the Utah
Light Railway company
Former Ogden te to ArrlvcW R
Scott assistant ponral manager of
the Southern Pacific system will ar
rho In Ogden from the west this aft
ernoon Mr Scotts destination could
not bo learned It Is thought he is
making a trip of inspection over the
Ogden route for the purpose of Inves
tigation of the recent washout condi
tions on the Salt Lake division
W F Hcrrin chief counsel of the
Southern Pacific company and the
big political boss ot California oc
cupying private car Wildwood passed
through Ogden this morning enroute
to New York
Sentenced to 30 D3YIE B Chase
an old man was arraigned before the
municipal judge this morning on the
charge of vagrancy He pleaded not
guilty and was very vindicative to
ward the officers when he was placed
upon the witness stand to testify In
his own behalf The court sentenced
him to imprlBoumont in the city Jail
for 30 days i
Western Pacific Uses S P Track I
By using fifty five miles of the South
ern Pacific companys track between
Beowawo and Elko In Nevada the
Western Pacific Railroad company
has commenced the operation of
through freight trains between Salt
Lako City and San Francl ° co The
first trains will leave terminals today
according to Information received In
Ogden railroad circles
Real Estate Transfers The follow
ing real estate transfers ware filed
for record with the ccnty recorder
today James R Mogan to Ix3renro
Jackson lois 21 and 25 block 2 East
Park Addition consideration Gi
Olof Anderson to Gotfrcd Anderson
part of section 17 township fi north
range 1 west consideration 225
BANIERS N
lE SCANDAL
They Are Ordered to 1
Appear Before the
GranJ Jury
Plttsburg March 23 Twentyfive
former and present members of tho
city councils of this city were Indict
ed by the grand Jury today
Immediately upon handling down
the first twenty five Indictments tho
grand jury reported six additional
true bills against former councilmen
making a total of lbirt > onc indict
ments
A grand jury presentment replete
with scandal was handed down today
by the nineteen grand Jurors compris
ing the graft investigation body Tho
sensational story giving the Inside
facts of corruption In the selection
of city depositories in I lOS was tho
burden of tho presentment
Tho grand jury made formal de
mands to bo returned next Monday
upon tho directors of six city d < i
posllorlea for information as to what
they had done and are doing toward
ferreting out the extent of bribery
operations carried on In investigations
lu connection with the councllmaulc
graft cases The grand jury also de
manded whatever knowledge they
have of Implications In their respect
ive institutions and orders the veturn
of city deposits The presentment
states that the Investigation Is not
complete and every effort will be
made to bring out the whole truth
Ll0lXlX1l 1 14PYl T IIAf C lfJ lH C lIl1Rl 1H1 1 9IS let S ma
ORACLE ISIS GLOBE
Candy and Marbles the Children
SATURDAY MATINEE
SPLENDID PICTURES IN EAOH HOUSE SONGS ARE PRETTY AND THE MUSIC GOOD
SEND YOUR CHILDREN TO US WELL CARE FOR THEM
KMHUMXMKHMHJI XX XxXXk XX XXXXxXX XX
RAILROADS
REQUIRE
WORKMEN
Assistant Engineer A Q Campbell
of the Harriman lines left last night
for Carlin Nevada where ho goes to
I Inspect a number of Improvements
being made by the company On his
return to the city Mr Campbell will
stop at Lakeside to supervise tho In
stallation of the piledrivers which
will be used In the building of tho ad
ditional trestle for doubletrack pur
poses Owing I to the nouarral of
the modern piledriver which the
company has ordered from the east
the piledriving will probably not be
gin until the latter part of the week
The company is In need of carpen
ters assistants and laborers for tho
cutoff work Thor will probably use
about one hundred carpenters and
piledriver men upon the trestle Job
and are taking all the available men
that can bo foundMn Ogden Salt Lake
and other Ulafi towns
HUNTSVILLE AS
SMAlLPOX SCARE
Wednesday the little town of
Hiintsvlllc wasthrown into somewhat
of an uproar when Dr Wood of that
place made Iho statement that Fred
Struder who had just come Into tho
city from the Ogden jell had an ag
gravated case of smallpox The coun
ty commissioners and the major of
Ogden were communicated with and
the follow was hurried from Hunts II
vllle to the post house south of this
city and placed there with two cases
of smallpox
The facts arc says Dr Hies that
Strudel has not been afflicted with
smallpox at all He Is one of the 52
mon that were in the city Jail when
a case of smallpox broke out thorn
and ho with the others was vacci
nated As a result of the vaccination
Struder became sllghth ill and broke
out with a light rash about the nock
He was released from custody and
made his way to Huntsvllle where ho
has friends The city physician
states emphatically that the man did
not have smallpox and Is not afflicted
with It now She says though ho
may catch It In tho peat house
I BAMBERGER FOR
NEW TELEPHONE
President Bamberger of the Salt
Lake 8 Ogden railway company was
in the city today looking after busi
ness Interests He states that his
depot on Lincoln avenue and Twenty
fifth street will be remodeled and
made a modern passenger depot and
ho expects It to be completed within
the next thirty days Mr Dambor
per also mates that his road will bo
operated br means of electricity by
May 1 of this year
When asked whether he was In
terested in tho Davis county Inde
pendent telephone line now proposed
to ho Installed In this city lie said
that ho was not except that lie la a
small stockholder In the company and
that the movement had his nmypathy
Ho further stated that It Is a mistake
to think ho Is back of the movement
to gel a franchise for the operation of
the RilttJm In Ogden
I think though ho paid that It
would he a good thing for the Ogden
ppople to permit the Davis county tel
ephone system to be operated in tho
pity and got Into closer touch with
the business people of Davis county
Every business man and a largo num
ber of farmers of Davis county use
the Davis county telephone and It Is
the best moans of getting In touch
with the people there Salt Lako Is
noi in touch with Davis county and it
seems that Ogden ought to be Tho
sLack of the new compaux Is owned
by the taxpayers of Davis county
THINKS BE
IS BEIN6
PURSUED
In rather a stormy frame of mind
Pat Walsh presented himself to the
officers of the police station this
morning and advised them that he
desired to ho taken care of and yet
he rather roluctantlj preceded an of
ficer to a cell on the north side of
the jail tIP stairs
I dont want to make you any
trouble ho said after lighting his
pipe but I must get away from the
men that arc hounding mo and chaf
I ing mo all over tho country There
Is a California ChrlKt after me and
I have been led to this place for pro
tection through my knowledge ut
astronomy 1 know all the stars of
the heavens and they do not fall to
direct me against tho prowess of my
enemies This Imposter thinks ho
will got me but you can see I havo
holed him I know who Is running
tho country and I also know where to
go to make myself secure You dont
need to charge me with anything I
Just want a place of shelter against
tho fellows that are after me
Pat was not boookd but howas
given quarters In the Jail where hy
will be kept pending further develop
ments Whether he Is really a crazy
man or Just verging on the delirium
tremens cannot ho determined at this
time The officers aro Inclined to
think he has been on a spree for a
length of time by virtue of which ho
Is dethroned of his reason His pock
ets were filled with tobacco but lie
had no money
WARNED TO
LEAVE
Ju JU ra T Ju
I
TOWN
Tho trio of colored people all Wil
Hams wore before the police court
again this morning for consideration
Tho mattpr was hold over from yes
terday for the purpose pf petting fur
thor testimony and also to give the
court an opportunity to fjguro out some
plan by which the city could bo rid
of them The judge was still puzzled
as to what should be done lie stated
that it was difficult matter to deter
mine just what disposition should ho
made of tlioso undesirables
We would like very much to get
rid of them for good said tho judge
but we cannot force thorn to leave
the city I will give them a chanco
to go voluntarily by suspending a 90
das sentence In each of tho cases
If any one of the three arc brought i
before mo again on this charge they
will be put to hard labor for 99 days
Tho parties were Joseph Williams
and his wife Olive and Frank Wil
liams The officers state that they
have lived in the city for a long time
and that they have bacomc public
nuisances
BURGLARS MAKE RICH
HAUL IN SALT LAKE
Salt Lake March 25 Burglars en
tered the residence of On In Morris
2UJ B street Thursday night between
tho hours of Sand 10 oclock and
after ransacking the rooms escaped
without molestation or detection with
loot amounting to 500 Tho burglary
was discovered by Mr Morris and his
wife after they had returned to the
hOUSO Bud was Immediately reported
to tho police department Detectives
were detailed on the case but failed I
to find any clue to tho burglars
Mr Morris and bill wife left their
home shortly before S oclCik Thurs
day night to visit with the mother of
Mrs Norris who resides on West
Temple street near Tenth South
street Shortly afterward Mrs Mor
ris the mother of Mr Morris who had
remained in tho house stopped across
the street to visit a neighbor during
the absence of tho family The bur
glars must have been watching tho
house for tho police found evidence
pointing to tho fuct that they had
taken their time In searching the
fir
Writ 1
AGOOD TO TRADE
I
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Tomorrow I
the last day I
1
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Tomorrow ends the Anniversary Week t
iiii well serve refreshments again on
I
the second fIoora pure fruit punch I
We hope all our friendsamong whom 1
we number the entire Ogden Public
will come to see us We would like to
have you wish us many happy returns 1
of the dayt
We like to know that you feel that J
way towards this store i
II
Anniversary Prices in effect I
ai JQr II
rooms leaving no nook or cranny un
touched which might lc the hiding
place of valuables
Entrance had been gained by using
pass keys to open the back door on
tho ground floor and tho work of tho
prowlers Indicated that they wore tho
same exports whoso depredations have
been puzzling the department for the
last month Jewelry consisting of
stick pins rings breastpins wathes
chains nil of which were gold silver
ware opora glosses and many other
articles of value were taken
Tho police authoilties believe that
those are the same burglars who on
the night of March 11 entered tin
J Shapiro residence 151 South Sev
enth East street and stole loot
amounting to 565 who on March 22
entered the homo of John J Wallace
of 1M East Fourth South street and
carried away property amounting to
5100 who on Wednesday night ran
sacked the homes of T O Johnson
and T O Morris 251 East Second
South street and escaped with plun
der amounting to 500
WORK IS TO BEGIN
OH BIG ICE PLANT
Utah Ice and Storage Company Buys
The Old Bovler Homoated
Salt Lake March 25Tbo old
Bovior homeslcd on Second North
street between Third and Foirtn
West streets was bought Thursday
by the Utah Ice and Storage com
pan and work on the erection of a
5200000 plant will be started linmn
latclr This plant will eventually
have a capacity for making 200 tons
of Ice a day and a large cold atoingo
warehouse will be Included In the
improvements Machinery for the
plant was ordered several weeks ago
while negotiations for tho slto wore
pending and delivery will be made
so that the company will bo able to
run Its new Ice making plant at a
capacity of 100 tons a day within
ninety days
The property bought by the Ice
company Is on the north side of Sec
ond North Street and has trcI I
on the Oregon Short Line This site
was bought for approximately 27500
The company which Is made up oJ
eastern capitalists Is managed local
ly by William Prackwinkle wno has
been In charge of the first plant
erected five years ago at First South
and Third West streets The original
plant was erected with a capacity of
ninety tons of Ice a day and at the I
time It was completed It was thought
that It would be large enough for all
the business the company could hope
to obtain for tho next fifteen or twenty
years Salt Lakes recent growth
J
however has called for the now plant
which will more than triple tho origin
al capacity and both plants will bo
operated by the company
The site of the now plant fs 5x10
rods and Is occupied hj the homo
of Mrs Rachel Bovler In which she I
has lived for nearly fifty years
HAVE STATISTICS ABOUT I
INDIAN WAR VETERAnS
Tho commissioners who have been
gathering statistics as to residents
of this state who participated in some
manner in the Indian wars have com
pleted their work and filed their re
port with Gov William Spry The
report shows that 2503 parsons who
participated In some manner In the
war against the Indians In the early
history of Utah were registered by
the commission Of this number
H3S took part In expeditions against
tho redskins 11 wore participants for I
a brief period 1055 were members
of the homo guard during the war
This makes a total of 2507 and the
remainder is made up of nine persons
who fought in that part of the terri
tory which Is now Included In the
state of Idaho and fort ueven worn
members of the home guard in that
territory
Tho commissioners have been hold
Ing sessions for ten months and have
halted all except throe counties in
the state but the meeting won hold
at convenient points where tho real
dents of these three counties could
attend and register E A Wedgwood
J M Wcstwood M L Pratt and J H
Arthur comprise tho commission
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Bids will be received closing April I
20th for the construction of tho Coy
oy canal near Cclevlllo Wjo Ap ¬
proximate quantities Excavation of
earth 100000 cubic yards loose and
bolld rock 2000 cubic yards Fur
ther Information can bo obtained from
S M Covey 933 East First South
Salt Lake City Utah
BOTH LE6S
ARE CUT
OFF
While attempting to step out of tbt
way after coupling the air hose bi
tween two cars of a freight train at
c 111I at 10 oclock this morning Fred
I W Williams a brakeman caught Ills 1
I foot In a frog of the rails and the
I wheels of the car passed over both
i legs almost completely savoring them
The Injured man was brought to tho
I I Ofion General hospital where the
amputation of both feet above the
I
ankles took place
WIlllaniH had stepped between tho
two cars to c uplo the air hose and
that while doing so tho train started I
In attempting tQ Jump out of tho way
Williams foot caught in the frog of a
switch over which the car was stand
ing and ho was thrown helplessly
across tho track
Williams Is a young man and has
boon in tho service of the company f
I for some time He has a wife > and a
mother rosldlng at Coalvllle It la
stated that ho will probably survive
tho shock of the accldonL
WORLDS MARKETS k i
Chicago Livestock
Chicago March 25 Cattle Re
ceipts estimated at 1500 market
s ronJ Beeves 575 < 7f860 Texas
steers VlOtfjGoO western steers
e 5nnffi7no stockors and feeders
3S0jG80 cows and heifers 290 < 5i
725 calves S25S50 I
Hogs Receipts estimated at 9000
market 5c hlglior Light 1050rtj
1085 mixed 10 GOfi 10 95 heavy
IOG5 < C 1100 rough 10n51075l
good to choice heavy JlOSOffj 1100
pigs 9 75 < SJ10 75 bulk of sales 10SQ
G11190
Sheep Receipts estimated at 5000
market steady Native 5GOD50
western 5GO < f791fi yearlings 800
ffj950 Jambs native S75j > 1050
western 75010GO
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Chicago Produce
Chicago March 5BlIltt steady
creameries 2Gn32c dairies 22a25c
Egs Steady at marl cases In
cluded l2al9c firsts 20c prime I
firsts 21c r
Cheese Steady daisies 151ia
ir l2c twins 15J4c Young Amer I
Amer
icaj 13al51c longhorns 1G l4c
A liberal Offer
I
The T H Carr Drug Co Guar
antee a Relief for Dys
pepsia If the Remedy i
Fails It Costs Nothing
To unquestionably prove to the peo
ple that Indication and Dyspepsia i
can be permanently relieved and that
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring
about this result we will furnish the
medicine absolutely free If It falls to
give satisfaction to any one using it OJ
The remarkable success of Rexall j
Dyspepsia Tablets Is due to tho high
degree of scientific skill used In de r
vising their formula as well as to the ii
care exorcised In their manufacture
whereby the well known properties of 1
BlsmutbSubnltrato and Pepsin have 5
been combined with Carminatives and
other agents
Bismuth Suhnllrato and Pepsin arc
constantly employed and recognized
by tho entire medical profession as I
Invaluable In the treatment of Indi
gestion and dyspepsia
The Pepsin used In Rexall Dyspcp
sin T alots la r 1 In a roccs s
I wu 0 p epa p
which develops Its greatest efficiency
Pepsin supplies to tho digestive ap
paratus one of tho most Important I
elements of tho digestive fluid and I
without It limo digestion and simlbi
ton of food are Impossible
The carminatives posocss properties
which aid In relieving the disturb
ances and pain caused by undigested
food This perfect combination of
these ingredients makes a remedy In
valuable for the complete relief of In
digestion and dyspepsia
We are so certain of this that wo
urge you to try Roxall Dyspepsia Tab
lets on our own persona guarantee
Three sizes 25 cents 50 cents and
lOa Romcmber you can obtain Rex
all Remedies In Ogden only at our
store Tho Roxall Store Tho T H
Carr Drug Co corner Grant and II
Twontyflfth
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