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L THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY MAROH 30 1910 7
STANDARDTELEPUONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rings No 58
Bell Phono two rlnD No 06
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phono ono ringNo 38
Boll Phono ono ringNo 05
E 1 RANDOM
I REfERENCES
I WUltodl young men Griffith Ice
Cream Co 1210 21st St
t Guccis of Fred Gentsch Fred II
Knickerbocker assistant to VicePros
Itlcnt and General Manager Bnncroft
nud D R Gray the city agont of thu
Jfarriman lines wore the guests of
Superintendent Fred Gentach of the
I csmlng car and hotel department last
night
Advertisers must e their copy ror
tIO Evening Standard the ovcnlnc be
fore tho day on which the advertlso
mont Js to appear In order to insure
publication
Jack Peterson presenting the
Morrison Merrill company of Salt
Lake City spent yesterday In Ogden
calling on local trade
WANTED Clean whlto raga at tho
Standard
Call Alien puonos 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calrs
t Epcclalty Also prompt delivery ot
2aggage 412 25th
Marriage LicenseA marriage li
cense was Issued this afternoon at
tho offlco of the county clerk to AI
red Hummol of Ibapah Utah and
Mrs Florence Anderson of Hooper
Utah
No Show Tonight Advices received
at the local railroad ofllces Into this
afternoon are to the effect that the
Mcintyre Heath company sched
uled to appear at tho Ogden theater
this evening has cancelled their en
gagement as It will be Impossible for
them to reach Ogden before midnight
The flood conditions on the Southern
Pacific arc given as the cause of the
delay
Tranc from West A Raymond
Wbltcomb special train of lire Stand
ard Pullmans atid an observation car
i Js duo to roach Ogden at 7 p m The
Overland Limited from tho west is
I due to arrive at 9 p in Both trains
nlll use the old line of tho Southern
Pacific around the north cud of the
I lake
Little Girl DeadCora Lynne tho
little sevenyearold daughter of Mr
and Mrs D J Thurman Jr died at
G30 oclock thin morning at ho
family residence 192S Jackson ave
nue of leakage of the hearL The
little girl was horn in Lohl Utah
April 25 103 Funeral services will
r be held at tho family residence aL
I 230 oclock Thursday afternoon
Bishop E A Olsen presiding The
aqket will be open between the hours
of 11 and 230 o lock on the day of
I funeral Interment will tako place In
Ogden City ceraotory Mr Thiiruiun
is well known to many DB an Instruc
tor at the State School for the Deaf
I and Blind
Auto Under Investigation United
States Poatofflco Inspector Lowe has
hcen In Ogden today Investigating
charges against Antonio Alto the Ital
ian who was arrested at the poatofflco
In Ogden Monday evening It Is
thought tho government officials will
prefer a chargo against Alto hut no
definite information was given out by
Mr Lowo Alto is being hold for
Colorado officers who want him for
alleged robbery Ilo has a wife and
three children here hut tho woman
claims to ho ignorant of wrongdong
on the part of her husband
I
Labor Unionc In Politics Tho local
labor assembly at its last meeting
is reported to have acted favorably on
a motion to commit tho labor unions
t to an active political campaign and
all union labor bodies of tho city
have been called on to vote on the
question of going into politics this
year
I Western Pacific CrippledIf tho ro
I Torts in railroad circles Is true thq
I Western Pacific again hue been put
out of commission by the floods of
tho Great Salt Lake carrying away
ipart of tho track at the south end
of the lake It wan first reported
yesterday morning that the wind
Storm that rased on the lake had
washed over tho land and hud destroy
ed about a mile and a half of the
mad bed After a further Investlpu
lion yesterday afternoon it was found
that there is much more of tile road
bed weakened by the floods than at
first reported It Is stated that about
four mile of the track has been bad
ly crippled
BRING BODIES BACK
Washington March 2DTho gov
ernment has ordered the bodies of tho
victims of the gun explosion of tho
cruiser Charleston brought hack to
America from Manila and Interred
at places selected by their relatives
WALLPAPER
If yon arc not taking advan
tage of our
ALL PAPER SALE
y you are doing yoursc lt an in
justice
We have the most attractive
line in the city Prices from
JOe a roll up
I We also carry
PAINTS OILS GLASS JAP
ALAO GYPSINE ETC ETC
GRIFFIN PAINT CO
2310 Washington Aye
Bell Phone 530 Ind 844
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TRAINS Will GO
OVER THE CUTOff
Passenger Trains Will Cease to be Routed Over the Old Central
Pacific Late This EveningDamage to Road Across tho
Lake Being Rapidly Repaired
Tho Southern Pacific company an
nounced this morning that the dam
age done by yesterdays windstorm
on tho cutoff would bo repaired this
afternoon and the traffic over that
lino will be resumed this evening
This announcement was made when It
was found that the extent of the dam
age at Bagley on the cast arm of tho
lake was not as extensive as at first
reported and that the waves from
tho hake hind only washed away sides
of the fill nnd had not completely un
dormiucd tho roadbed
Gravel trains have been passing
over the damaged line since the
storm but regular trafilc will not bo
resumed until the line Is fully re
paired and trains can bo operated
without Interference of work trains
COMPLAINT
FiLED IN i
COURT
County Attorney David Jensen today
drew up a complaint charging Wit
llnm C Howell John Larson Elliott
Kennedy and George Larson with tho
crime of involuntary manslaughter
Mrs Cora E Faut Is tho complainant
and site accompanied by an attorney
carried the complaint to tho office of
the clerk of tho municipal court and
filed It
As soon as Mr Howell heard that
the complaint bad been filed he went
to the clerks office and surrendered I
himself to tho mandates of tho law i
Warrants have been drawn for all the
defendants and they will bo placed
under formal arrest at an early date
lu speaking of the matter today
Mr Howell stated that the sad nf
fair which coal Parker J Paul his
life New Years day IB much regret
ted and ho also said that ho felt
jony that the other defendants
Rhould be called upon to answer be
fore tho courts for tho alleged of
fense
They were my guests he said
and I feel extremely bad that the
accident should get them Into trouble
This is grievous trouble for all of u3
hilt we will have to make tho best of
it My case is In the hands of my
lawyers and I have nothing to say re
garding tho merits of the case
Tho complaint alleges that on Janu
ary 1st 1010 the defendants invol
untarlly Tin over the body of Parknr
I Pant with automobile and so
Injured him that death ensued
It will bo remembered that on tho
day In question tho defendants wore
out riding in Mr Howella automobile
and that crossing the intersection of
Twentysecond street and Washington
avenue tho machine ran upon Mr
Faut who wns crossing the avenue
near the intersection carrying a pair
of buggy shafts The injured man was
carried to a nearby drug store where
he lied noon after The body was
taken to the old home Elwood Ohio
for burial
Tho complainant In tho criminal ac
tion Mrs Cora E Faut Is the wife
ot the deceased
FUNERAL SERVICES
FOR W W KENNEDY
Funeral services over the remains
of W W Kennedy were held Tuesday
afternoon at 2 p m at LindqnlstV
Funoral Chapel President John V
Bluth presided and spoko at tho ser
vices and a largo number of friends
and relatives attended with many
beautiful floral offerings Interment
was made at tho city cemetery
WISE WORKER OWNS
UP TO MISTAKE
By Alice Mason
None of us like to mnk mlstnl s
and be found out In them But no
matter how much we dislike It there
Js StIle to come same day when the
head cleric or the manager of the de
partment will pounce down upon some
egregious blunder we have made and
call our attention to it in no gentle I
tones We may have made the mis
take through ignorance or through
carelessness but nt any rate there it
Is looking us right In the eyes Im
possible to ho concealed glossed over
or denied
Now the best thing to do Is to ac
knowledge it frankly It isnt easy It
is much easier to pass It off on some
one else if possible or to try and ex j
cuso It away But It makes a good I
deal better impression and IB a good
deal more honest to the business girl
herself if sho Bays earnestly Im so
sorry Ill take good care not to let
It happen again
After that tho thing for her to do
is not to let it happen again In other
words site must make good on her
own promise If her last mistake hag
the chance to make her work better
I
more thorough more careful then the j
mistake was a blessing In disguise
even though tho scolding from the I I
head clerk WWi a disagreeable thing
to stand
But there Is no excuse for the girl
who hecomcu angry and who goes
around with a chip on her shoulder
saying to every one Mean old thing
that head clork Just because I let
one letter get past her with tho wrong
figures for a customer ho came here
and called me down as If Id ruined
the whole establishment I wonder
what they expect of us girls who get
only twelve a week anyway i
This girl will never profit by her
mistakes She wont do her work I
nny hotter for them and when promo I
tlon nnd hotter pay nrc being dealt
out In her department she will ho
sure to be paused by
It la poor business on her part to
bo offended Site ought rather to ho j
ntQrul that some one waR thero to
M
I
While a slow schedule has to bo
maintained over tho old line of the
road around tho north end of the lake
on account of the track being much
lighter than that used on the main
line the scarcity of telegraph offices
and of coal and engines for the 117
mil trip and the fact that It is about
fortythree miles longer than the cut
off has been tho cause of tho delay
In the trains from the west
Three trains arrived from tho west
around the old line last night between
10 p m and 2 a m Three trains
were sent west from Ogden during
the afternoon
Supt Manson and other division offi
cials arc on the cutoff directing tho
largo number of repair gangs drawn
from various points along the line to
assist in rushing the work for tho re
opening the line this afternoon
check up her blunders and show her
whore she has made them And as
for blaming tho head clerk why she
should remember that It la his place
to seo that every customer is treated
with the most careful attention It Is
only in this way that the trade of the
establishment can be maintained
Worst than resenting being told of
our mistakes and not profiling by the
admonition Is tho way that some girls
have of nosing the blame off on
some ono olso
Woll Miss Smith told mo that was I
tho way to do it says the one In
fault and Immediately the burden of
proof Is shifted to Miss Smith
Of course Miss Smith may say that
she never told any one any such a
thing but tho suspicion remains Now
tho girl who has turned reproof and
responsibility to Miss Smiths shoul I
ders Is ono of the meanest girls alive
It is one thing every business girl
should keep In hor heart to shoulder
her own responsibilities To pass
them on to another Is dishonest and
dishonest of any sort is n menace
In tho business world No we must
take our medicine like women and
make a big resolve that tho head clork
wont over have another chance to
como In with an Inaccurate letter of
our writing
Thero aro so many different ways
of making mistakes In the various I
offices and so many girls who seem to
bo fine honest slncoro girls yet who
show tho yellow streak about their
mistakes that it makes ono a bit pessi
mistic about the subject
In fact ono may almost agree with
a crusty old manager of a big depart
ment store who always said You
dont know the real character of a
man or woman until you see how ho
or sIlO takes being found out in a
blunder
Now thats a bIt of wisdom every
business girl will dowel to ponder
over for theres more Ip it than
meets tho eye at first glance Chi
cago Tribune
WASHINGTON SIDELIGHTS
Washington President Tafts
working room In the executive of
fices at the White House is very
plain It Is ovel In construction nnd
aside from tho electric lights thoro
are no ornaments whatever Only
two pictures hang on the wall ono
of AlphonBO Taft the presidents
father and the other a largo photo
graph of Mr Roosevelt tho presi
dents predecessor The room Is with
out very much furnlturo a few chairs
being placed against the wall while
in tho center of tho room Is one large
desk at which the president ails and
does his work The room Is so well
separated from that In which tho
cabinet assembles that tho president
may leave the cabinet in session and
receive visitors in his olllco although
It is not considered a real cabinet
mooting unless the president is pres I
ent
I
Would Pension Needy Blind I
Washington Congressman Cary of
Milwaukee has introduced a bill pro
viding pensions of 30 per month for
all needy blind persona In the United
States Cary is frank to admit that
ho han amaH hopo of securing tho
passage of this measure but an
nounces thnt ho will fight for It froin
time to time during his incumbency
in congress
It is no moro than right he said
thai persons afflicted with blindness
should be permanently nsslslod by
the government They aro laboring
undor limitations that It is Impossible
for us to grasp unless wo como in
dose contact with thqm Many of
them aro in actual need and should bo
helped
Cullom Has Hopes
Yes I hope we will get some
thing in the way of railroad legisla
tion said Senator Cullom of Illlnoio
who was one of tho authors and pro
aroTh
Th
The Spur
of dire necessity
doth breed a habit
of inventiveness
Hence
i POSTUM
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I and
GrapeNu
One a drink tho other a
foodboth can be used at
tho samo meal to build up
fagged brains and wearied
stomachs
Theres Reason
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Postum Cereal Co Ltd
Battle Creek Mich I
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first JntorBtnto com
motors of tho
Elklns anys ho H po
murco act
lag to have OntO moro hoarlng In
Iho committee You know Store JB
a Great ono to l > ear everythIng nnd
everybody It would not have been
ticnatorlal courtly for CullOm to
that that was ono method
have said
bill lut thouo who
of defeating a
know the fomo In Wflj nglon are
aware that It in oft4n MoTted
MORE RAILROAD
EMPLCYES MADE HAPPY
Philadelphia March 30lho Phila
delphia Rending Railway company
Into this afternoon announced a C per
cent increase In wages effective Ap
ril 1 to all permanent employes whoso
par had not been ndjustod within th
In t ninety days and who arc receiv
Ing less than 300 a month
LECTURE BY
AN ARMY
OfFICER
Colonel W T Jenkins will give his
Illustrated lecture this evening and a
large crowd Is expected at the Salva
tion Army hall 255 Twentyfifth
street
The Colonel Is nn excellent speaker
and has charge of the Army work In
Utah Colorado Wyoming Idaho Mon
tana Arizona and Now Mexico
There will bo six Illustrated aongR
Mrs JSnsign Pitt and Major Waite
will sing
TAFTS AGED AUNT
PAYS HIM A VISIT
Mlllbury lIassMlss Delia Torrey
aunt of President Taft and one of tho
few remaining persons who dare to
call him Will has returned from
her annual visit to her nephew and
Is loud in her praises of the White
House
Will said MleS Torroy In just
the same old Will ifos bigger and
hos busier but in every other way
hes just the samo The people who
say ho has changed for tho worso
since ho became president do not
know what they aro talking about I
am 57 years old and I have known
Will sInce he was a baby Hos Just
as simple and unaffected as ho wan
when ho used to como hero to Mill
bury on his vacation from college
Miss TOITQJ alluded briefly to tho
abstemious habits tho1 president en
forces for tho sake of his physical
well being It seems too bad she
sold that he cant have all ho wants
to eat but I suppose itsror the best
They have their cow In Washington
and I had some of her cream for
breakfast every morning it was fine
Mrs Taft who by the way hasnt
been feeling at all well of Iatcpoor
Holcn I engaged a chef in Now York
I said to her
Helen is your chef a man or a
woman 1 and she1 said
8 Oh a woman I could never got
along with a man Irl thd kitchen
Thats the way Id feel about a man
cook too Still there are a great
many who have thorn and have good
things to eat too
Will said he was working hard lo
keep the pledges which his party lied
made to the people He will certainly
do everything that nd can to keep all
the promises thnt anyone whom ha
WOB responsible for 6Vpr made You
may be sure of that Minneapolis
Journal
REPUBLICAN SAYS THE
DEMOCRATS WILL WIN
Now York March 30People down
In Texas aro backing Mayor Gaynor
as the logical candidate for the prOD
idency In 1012 and although I am a
Republican I agree with them
This was the declaration of Edward
H R Green former Republican national
tional commltteoman from Texas In
an Interview toda
Mr Groen who is the Bon of Mrs
Hetty Green and president of the
Texas Midland expressed the opinion
that tho Republican party was hope
lessly divided and predicted Demo
cratic success in the next annual elec
tion
I believe Democratic success jf > the
only means of checking the wave of
overrogulatlon which has hecnspreod
Ing over tho country since Roosevelt
hccamo tho recognized leader of the
Republican party added Mr Grc6n
FRENCH ADMIRAL SEES WAR
WITH JAPAN OR GERMANY
Paris March 30Jn the course of
hit reminiscences now published Ad
miral Foamier commander of tho
Mediterranean squadron of the French
navy declares the time has arrived
for Franco and Groat Britain as allied
to strengthen their forces of defense
and offense France by adding a pow
erful fleet of battleships and torpedo
boats to her already strong army and
England by supplementing her fleet
with a great army
This courso UIQ admiral adds Is es
sential 10 safeguard the future and
to enablo Franco nnd GNat Britain
and Russia to combat tho forces of
tho triple alliance should hostilities
between the United States and Japan
occur or in tho event that tho provo
cative tactics of German unchain a
world war
CAPTAIN MURPHY FOUND
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
St Paul March 10 Captain Tim
othy Murphy tho official of the Vol
unteers of America who disappeared I
a week ago last Monday after draw
ing from the bank 1250 of the funds
of the Working Girls Home was found
In the hallway of his homo today with
a handkerchief saturated with some
drug over hIt face
Captain Murphys condition Is seri
ous and he is unable t talk enough 10
explain hId uiystoriquH absence
He was later arr ser and taken to
police headquarters for examination
Descriptive
What kInd or looking sIrl Is this
to whom you have become engaged
asks tho old cl manufacturer of his
non who has come home from col
lege with the Bind neWs
Oh shes a lender enthusiastical
ly replies thoyouth Colorado claro
hair and a pnnatolla shape dad
Judge
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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DA WSON II AS
A YELLOW
STREAK
MANAGER GRANT MAKES A
I STATEMENT TO STANDARD
Shows Up the Equally Yollow Char
actorlstlco of the Morning Ex
Incr Fight Fane Disappointed
Well the fighting game was killed
In Ogden last night It was not put
to death by this officers tho ministers
or anyone but by an alleged fighter
and a quitter of such rank proportions
that It IB probably no wonder that
England was glad to ship him to the
United States That dub Tommy
Dawson who was scheduled to meet
Peto Sullivan In a twentyround box
Ing contest at the Ogden theater last
night quit and left the building as
well as tho cIty without entering tho
ring ThOro never has been a case of
the showing of tho white feather as
was in this case with Dawson
Pawson Is so constituted that there
IB a stnak of yollow In him
There was a good crowd at tho Og
ion theater last night and the losers
end of tho purse would have amounted
to about 300 Two rattling good pre
liminaries had boon held and tho
crowd was In good humor At the
time when Dawson was supposed to
bo entering tho ring the whitollvorod
fellow went to tho box ofllcc and made
the talk that tho receipts worn not
large enough Ho then went out tho
front door and down tho street com
pletely surrendering
In the first preliminary Tennessee
Kid was knocked down in the second
round by Kid Farley of Ogden An
other preliminary between young El
renborn and Jack Downey for four
rounds proved lively and Interesting
with no decision given
About two hundred fans from Salt
Lake City Evanston and Brigham City
were present for the contest and
there was a no moro disappointed lot
of people in Ogdon than the outside
fans when they were told to go and
get their money back
While Dawson was being sought by
some of the fans he was comfortably
sleeping at a hotel with his friend
R E Poynton Mr Poynton states
that Tommy boarded a train for Butte
Montana this morning
Mr Poynton nays that Dawson felt
ho was not getting enough money to
justify him entering tho contest with
Sullivan and ho simply walked away
from the Opera House and retired He
also states that Dawson oxpressed his
regrets that the house was not largo
enough to warrant his appearance in
the roped arena but that that was a
matter of which ho had no control
and that there was nothing loft for
him to do hut leave the place that ho
had trained earnestly and hard for
tho contest and desired very much to
show his superiority over Sullivan
but that he could not box for tho fun
of 1L
Grants Statement
Manager GYant sent tho following
communication this rooming
Editor Standard Tho statement
made in tho morning paper that Dr
Rowo and Mayor Glasmann wer
among the promoters of the Sullivan
Dawson boxing contest Is not true
I was tho sole promoter
Signed R A GRANT
NEW OMES ARE
BEING ERECTED
Clyde Rodflold is spending 1000
in tho construction of a business
house on Washington avenue between
Third and Fourth streets
W B Clark Is building an addition
to his residence on East Second street
The Improvement will cost about 500
and will be completed within thirty
days
Elbert P Drumller has begun the
construction of a residence Wash
ington avenue between Fifth and
Sixth streets that will cost 1600
TRAINMEN ARE KILLED
Butte Mont March 2t1Jobn T
Ebonozcr brakeman and W R Hare
fireman woro killed and Benjamin
Shipley had both of his legs and one
arm cut oft when two Burlington
freight trains mot in a hoauon collis
ion twentyflvo miles east of Sheri
dan Wyo today The accident was
tho result of a mlsunderstopd order
INCREASE OF CAPITAL
STOCK AT HALF BILLION
Albany N Y March 30The Am
erican Telephone and Telegraph com
pany filed with the secretary of state
a certificate of increase of capital
stock from 200000000 to 500000
000 This makes It next to the largest
corporation In the world the United
States Steel corporation being tho
lender
BODY OF ENTOMBED
RANCHER IS RECOVERED
Monrovia Cal March 30The
body of William Pickering who was
entombed Ilia woll on tho Bradbury
ranch nearly a week ago and whoso
tapping of the walls for somo hours
afterwards spurred rescuers to Her
culean efforts was recovered today
at a depth of CO feet It was neces
sary to sink a shaft paralleling the
veil to reach It
I
KANSAS HERMIT IS
CHARGED WITH MURDER
Scandla Kos March 29 Charles
Mordmarlf tho quaint hermit was
Good Fellowship
occasionally leads to overindul
gence in the good things of the
table Be good to your stomach
Right it at once with
And 26c
10 boxes 10c
Seld Ecrrhi
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charged tonlchL by coroncrs Jury
with murdorljhgt Aloxnnder Llndnhl
and his two children while they woro
ildiug In a motor boat near hero Inat
Saturday Mordmark was taken to
BcIIovkw nl noon in order to frun
tiatc any attempt at mob violence nnd
he denied ho hod comuilttocd the
crime
MEN HAVE NARROW ESCAPE
HillBlKiro Ills March 2Two hun
dred mon employed by tho Llortlcamp
Mining companys mine a mile from
this city escaped death or injury to
day when W W Davenport n mine
examiner dlHcovorcd three koga of
powder connected In an Ingenious way
with tho electrical equipment of the
mine The wired were so arranged
that when tho power was turned op
the powder would havo boon exploded
I
MAN IS SOOT
BY GRACE I
BROWN
Late this aftornoon Grace Drown a
colored woman shot George Williams
with whom she had a quarrel Tho
shooting occurred at the rear of the
Cafeteria at 131 Twentyfifth street
Williams wounded In the right leg
was conveyed to the police station in
the ambulance whore a doctor was
nummoned
The woman is under arrest
FUNERAL OF PRESIDENT JOHN
R WINDER
Special rates 110 to Salt Lake and
return via 0 S L March 31sL
AMERICAN DELEGATES
TO EUROPE NAMED
Washington March 29 American
delegates to the Eighth International
Railway congress to bo held in Berne
Switzerland noxt July have been ap
pointed Among thorn arc Kranklin
K Lane of California and Edgar E
Clarke of Iowa both members of the
Interstate Commerce commission and
Fairfax Harrison vice president of
the Southern Railway company
CARMEN ARE ARMED
TO RESIST HOLDUPS
Plttsburg March OThe spectacle
of motormen and conductors of cars
running to tho suburbs armed with
repeating rifles Is witnessed nightly
On account of tho holdups In outlying
districts which as yet the police have
been unable to cope with tho street
railroad officials have furnished arms
to their car men
CHERRY WIDOWS RECEIVE
1620 EACH AS DAMAGES
Chicago March 30B a comprora
Jae six widows of victims of tho Cher
ry mine disaster In which nearly 300
lives were lost were awarded Judg
ments today of 120 each against
the St Paul Coal company The wom
en sued for 5000 each
FUNERAL OF PRESIDENT JOHN
R WINDER
Special rates 110 to Salt Lako and
return via O S L March 31nL
TROUT WORTH CATCHING
T 11 toll you a talc of how the big
heat fish ho over caught didnt got
away said a returned vacationer yes
terday Id been rising along a lit
tle brook near Milford Pa for three
aggravating hours and had only hook
ed four trout that measured up
right It was tho meanest brook to
fish you ever saw Brush Iud briars
hung over it from both sides so thick
ly that you could not walk on either
bunk and my hobnails wouldnt stick
on the slippery rocks any too well
It was necessary to take tho tip off
my rod and I was pocking the stub
with about twenty feet of line out
ahead of mo which the current
carried safely down stream I moved
very cautiously so as not to roll the
water for you know that muddy wat
ei lu a danger signal for the wary
trout As I advanced I heard three of
those nasty rattlers Baking their tails
nnd when luck was not improved I
had about made up my mind to pull
and wind up when
lngggg went my reel and Just
ahead a trout broke water The brief
glance I had of him showed that ho
was no piker to be ladled on the mea
tire I gave him nil tho line 110
wanted on his first rush and then
pushed tho brake on the reel I
took a few steps forward and for a
moment the fish was quiet and I made
up my mind that I bad lost him A
turn or two of the reel handle dis
sipated that fear however and some
where below me80 far down stream
that I could not see for the overhang
I heard a splash and know that hi
had broken water again Then the
line fell limply in the water and this
time I know ho was off Reeling in
I found my best leader gone together
with about four feet of lino
Luckily I had a silvertopped flask
a misguided friend gave me last
Christmas along and silently I drank
to tho gamely fellow who had won
out Reeling up I started down
Hliearn looking for an opening to set
out of the bed of tho brook for I
had a fishermans hunch that it
would be of no use to fish any longer
for 1 had lost tho king of them all
Soon a cow wallow appeared as the
stream widened and a barbed wlro
fence wns stretched across the
stream to keep the cattle from going
down the brook On this fence was
hung a board sign with a notice that
fishing haul hunting were prohibited
I couldnt help but smiling on I
thought of the satisfaction tho poster
would take if ho knew of my loan
Wading to tho bank I sat down
and proceeded to flll my pipe when
I noted that the lower strand of the
fence seemed to bo considerably moro
agitated than the rippling current
warranted On close In vcstlgntlon
I saw a piece of line bad caught
on a barb and then It dawned on mu
what had happened My trout had
broken water just at that point and
as the leader nail lino flow through
the air In parting the end had knotted
nicely around the barb halting the
fish In his mad rush
Puffing and tiny HJilrringK arc to
he used as trimmings on annie of thu
spring gowns and Jimmy laces and
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TRAINS SOn 1
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On account of the heavy storms
throuGh eastern Wyoming Colorado 1
Nebraska and Kansas the Union Paci 1
fic passenger trains duo to arrive lu
Ojrdcn today pro several hours Into 111
Reports received nt the office of I
Superintendent Jeffers of the Utah di
vision of tho Union Pacific arc to
tho effect that the heavy wind and
snow storms in tho cast had para
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lyzed tolcgrriphic communication at
points In Nebraska and It probably I
will ho late this afternoon boforo
communication with Omaha Is Tees I
Uibllehcd
rho following is the report at noon
on tho arrival of the trains from tho 11
cast
No 1 at OfJg p mt No 9 Fast Mall I
at 930 p m and No5 at 1130 p m H
A stub of No 9 rim between Green
River and Ogden arrived at 1120
tbls morning I
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Grocers at tho Funeral A delega d 1
tion of tho grocers representing the I
Ogden Retail Merchants association d
went to Salt Lako yesterday afternoon I
to attend the funeral of George W
Fossell the Suit Lake grocer who I
vap slain by robbers last Saturday
night A beautiful floral piece rep
rcKonting a crescent with the words 1
From the Ogden Retail Merchants
association was the offering of the 1
local merchants Thooe present from I I I
Ogden were Mr and Mrs J S Car I
ver Edwin Williams J W Wilcox j i
Corner Nicholas John Evans an
George Shorten
BREEDERS
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I will offer the following stalllont
for public service at the Fair grounds
season 1910
KNOTT McKINNEY 44833
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By McKinney 211 tho slro of 22 r
with records better than 210 Tin
greatest sire tae world has ovol c I
known Ho sold for 50000 at 17 I
years of ago Fee 3000 j j
MONTEREY 31706
Record 200 11 trotting Ho tHIs j
shown you if you are from Missouri j
Ho has as much speed as any horse
living or dead Fee 25 00 I
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ADMIRAL EVANS P899 I
Record 217 14 4th heaL The
fastest and gamost 3yearold pacer
on the north Pacific coast last year I
iA 206 pacer sure No hobbles I
Fee 2000 I
Terms cash or bankable note A
few good driving and family horses
for sale C B JOHNSON
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THE COST QUESTION I
No NEW suit or gown will he
necessity this spring if you have ul j
DRY CLEAN I
your last seasons garments i I
We give wonderful results from OUt
process practioally return to yoj
new fresh and stylish garments at I
fraction of the cost of new clothes
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It Isnt that wo can do na well for i
we can do better In quality and prlco
and glvo you freshor seed
Wo can soil you package seeds but
we prefer to sell you bulk seeds r
They arc always fresher
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Dinner from 4 to 8 p m I
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petitors and do not pay big
commissions to agents but BOO
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