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COST 400000
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Extensive Improvements Now Well Under Way in the Passenger
k Yards and Greater Improvements Yet to be
StartedNew Buildings
I The statement which appeared in
Tho Standard the latter part of last
November to tho effect that the Har
I rim on Intoretta would spend approx
imately 1600000 In Ogden within tho
j next alsblaon months seems fulfilled
With Itrrprovements under way such
as ibo DOW freight depot the addition
al oidotraote tho umbrella sheds and
tho subway for the passenger depot
And other Improvements to bo started
nithln the next thirty days such flfl
tho nfl w Ico houiMa tho supply and
material buildings now boiler and dy
namo house and tho contemplate
coach shop the expenditures hy the
Ifarriman linos will moro than ox
coed tho ranilonaadohaJfdollar
r I While the work on the new freight
depot and its platform sheds and
tracks and tho preparing of the Un
i Inn depot trackn and platform for the
umbrella sheds will be rushed dur
ing tho summer months tho other 1m
provomvils on the depot grounds will
i not bo overlooked
Tho bollor house in the south do
I pet annex will probably be vacated
Ij nnd a now boiler house with engine
t and dynamo rooms will be built south
weat of tho present building Tho
rooms In tbjo annex ooouplod by the
i bollerc engine and dynamos will he
I remodelod Into office rooms It in
i very probable that the two express
I J companion nakintr for moro room will
j divide the now rooms
f The new Ico house which will be
used for tho depot and passenger
trnlnn exclusively and the new sup
I ply building and rooms for tho ear
Inspectorfi and repairers will bo built
I wont of the commlBfnry building
Thoy will be connected with the de
I pot platform by a wldo cement walk
I According to the present plans tho
I now boiler and engine house will ad
Join the supply building
While the Improving of tho depot
j i grounds ifl going on the first five
i tracks will ho lowered to the grade of
tho now tracks At present they arC
I much higher than the depot platform
nnd it make the drainage of the
platform Imperfect Sewer pipes for
the drainage of the yards and water
and pus pipes are being laid In tho
same trench The sewer pipes arc
the lowest and the gas pipes within
about two feet of tho surface of th
o platform
1 Tho construction of a coach shop
I whero the rolling passenger car stock
can bo shopped varnished and rebuilt
is a matter than is receiving the al
I tention of tho officials at Uio present
Lima Plans hard been drawn but
tbo size of tho shop 9 under advise
I ment In all probability Iho new
i coach chop win hare n capacity of
j thlrtrKlx coaches In tho building
vvlll bo a room largo enough to ac
commodato nix coaches nt one time
for the purposes of pointing and Tar
J nishing This room will be so con
I structed that cars can bo varnished
I and held to dry without being injured
i In any way by dirt ami dust in other
I parts of the shops Other depart
1 ments of the building will bo
tqulppcd with the latest Improved
woodworking machinery which will
jrcally facilitate the construction of
roaches of all descriptions
I According to the now plans the
roach shop would be the largest In
the western country Its approximate
cost will bo 400000 While nothing
definite has been announced regard
ing tho construction of the shop It is
t nnnounced from nn authentic source
j that the shop will bo built within the
A Immediate future
t is mm IN ZION
I Salt Lake April 2 Hearing of ov
Idonco In the Cunningham coal land
s I case was undertaken In this city to
day by Special Commissioner William
I J McGee
W H Campbell of Fallon Nev
testified that he acted as a guide for
j Cunningham In Alaska In tho year
1902 and that on a trip from Katalla
1 to Trout and Clear Crooks Cunning
ham told him that If anything good
l won found ho would form a company
and Lake up tho coal lands Camp
bell said that Cunningham remarked
to him that It was Illegal for a cor
poration to take up coal lands and
ho wanted him to say nothing about
It On a second trip In 1903 Camp
bell testified that Cunningham told
him he had succeeded In forming a
Campbell testified that he helped
Cunningham to locate tho claims af
terward comprising 33 In all Camp
bell said that ho received 50 from
Cunningham and acknowledged that
bin present testimony was largely
given through the fact that ho did
not think ho had been treated rightly
by Cunningham in a financial way
Attorney Gray attempted to confuse
Campbell and subjected him to a rig
id cross examination He brought
out that he was n bartender n gam
bler that ho and been In the labor
troubles In the Coeur DAlcnos and
at Gnldfleld but ho could not shako
his testimony in regard to his rela
tions with Clarence Cunningham in
Alaska When taxed about his loafing
j about the saloons In Alaska Camp
j bell came back with Thqre are no
j theaters and club rooms there and
one cant live In a sleeping bag all
the time
i Yes I was a gambler In Nevada
after I came siack said Campbell
under heavy fire Dot It was licensed
gambling I suppose you arc used to
upstairs play WP always had a good
bunch of lawyers nt the game at that
and they were not ashamed of IL So
why should I be
In the criminal division of the muni
cipal court this morning Jennie Jones
n colored woman was arraigned on
the charge of vagrancy The plead
ed guilty and tho court pronounced u
I sciEpondcd sentence of 90 days at hard
labor In the city jail The officers
I wero advised to see to It that the
i woman leave the city and that If she
returned to bring her into court again
I that the 90day Sentence might be
ordered enforced The woman stat
I ed thai she would be very happy to
1 leave the city and Play away
j In ontorlnp a plea of guilty to the
1 charge of trespass John Ford sold hie
I vas on his way out of tho city and
not having money with which to pur
I chase lodging In town had taken quar
I Uri In oho of the railroad companys
brut cars at the dopot Ho was sen
tence to pay a fine of 5 or go to
jail live days Not having the money
Joiin Is In jail
Frank Tague pleaded guilty to
drunkenness alleged to have been
I committed yesterday The defendant
slated that he was not only drunk
I but that somebody bad drugged him
He was sentenced to pay a fine of 53
i or servo five days in tbo city hostile
i T Kimsu and Joseph Dunn also
i stated that they were out on a spree
I yesterday and that they succeeded In
gelling good and drunk They were
I ordered to pay a flno of 5 or go to
Jail five days
I Frank Smith acknowledged that ho
had been begging on the streets of
I the city and he was sentenced to pay
a CIne of 10 or serve ten days In
tho city jail
Vc desire to express our sincere
and heartfelt thanks to tho many
kind friends who so kindly assisted
and lent a helping hand during tho
i sickness and death of our son John
I Miller It Is our sincere wish nnd
prayer that they all may receive the
same kind treatment during their
hours of sorrow and trouble
Its easier to break away than It Is
to get back
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THis Proposition Invites the Farmer The Ranchman the Sheepman the StocKman
LAND SALE ARE APRil 14th 5th and 16th 1
CE Three hundred thousand acres will be sold at the com j
THIS BOOKLET panys offices in Logandry farm irrigated and grazing THE NEW r
IS FREE land and lots in the new town of HowelL TOWN Of 1
= CEThe lands are to be sold at private sale to the highest bidder HOWELL
is situated in the Blue Crock Vnl
We have P re P aredabooklet TtIIE RMS ARt EASY
ley Its location ideal in every
containing maps appraised values 4l
ues information regarding loca
r It will be provided with ample
lion of lands etc This book will
Sealed bids will be received up to 10 oclock a m on each date given above at which water for all purposes It is des
be sent free to anyone requesting time they will be publicly opened at the companys office and the land sold as appraised to tined to become one of northern
it It tells the whole story the highest bidder provided the bid is not lower than the appraised value Bids lower than 1
Utahs leading towns
the appraised value will not be considered
All bids should be enclosed in a separate envelope marked Bid on PromontoryCurlew
D 3 = Lands and mailed or delivered to the office of the company m J
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f m lL Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or cash equal to 6 per cent of the i1
amount of the bid Terms of sale are onefifth cash and balance in ten equal annual pay l
ments with interest at 7 per cent per annum I
If You WanS to Know More About If Write for Our Free Booklet rA
A clear case of intimidation was be
fore the judge of the municipal court
this morning and the young victim
vas released and told to go back to
bis work I
According to the testimony Charles l
Jones a young man of only 19 years
came to the police station a few days
ago and advised Detective Ponder
that he hurt been held up and robbed
of 14 He gave u good doscrtptlon
of the man he suspected and the of
ficers went to work on the case They
told the young fellow that ho would
bo needed as a witness and for him
to remain where he could be culled
The man alleged by the boy to have
held him up was located and to
make certain of Jones as a witness
he was taken In charge by the offi
cers and placed In Jail
I Yesterday morning when the limo
came for the filing of the complaint
rtSul118t tho party susplcloned of hav
ing committed the robbery Jones was
again questioned regarding tho mat
tor nnd ho stated that ho could not I
recognize the man who had robbed
him nnd that he really could not say
positively whether he had been rob
bed or that he had lost any money
By this limo the officers wore com
pletely nonplussed the wouldbe rob
ber was released and tho young man
charged with vagrancy Detective
Pcndor told the story of tho case to
the court and explained that he
thought the boy had boon frightened
in some way against telling the court
the story of the holdup
Jones was placed on tho witness
stand and told to give his version of
tho affair and explain why he had
told the officers that he had been rob
bed nnd then had refused to tell the
truth Tho defendant stated that he
canto down from Idaho a few days
ago paid his faro on the train and
had forty cents when he reached Og
den Ho said ho was a teamster anal
could get work at any time and that
ho would like to go back to Idaho and
resume work When the court asked
him why he told tho officers he hart
been robbed of 14 and had theu do
nled that ho had lost any money he
said that he had been < pumped by
parties in the Jail who informed him
it would be much better for him to
ot the matter drop Ho said they
lold him that it might not be crY
good for him If he testified against the
follow nnd he came to the conclusion
that If tho court would let him return
to his job In Idaho ho would let the
matter drop eo he told tho officers
that he did not remember whether he
had lost any money and If ho did ho
could not tell who the man was that
robbed him
The court told the young man that
hu would bo released from the vag
rancy charge with the understanding
that ho hurry back to his job In Ida
ho and remain thore until ho could
tako care of himself among the sharp
mon oi tho world The young man
lost no time In getting away from the
The officers are of the opinion that
the boy WOK robbed of his money but
lhatgpmo oC the prisoners got hold
of him In jail nnd made him believe
something awful would happen to
hIm tt iifi ocrclatfcA la squealing
After testing more than 1000 head
of dairy cattle in Utah and condemn
ing about 300 as unfit to live the
United States bureau of animal indus
try has withdrawn Its inspectors from
the field and temporarily discontinued
the lubcrcuitifiig tent It is said that
of the condemned animals slaughtered
moro than 00 per cent were subse
quently Inspected and passed for boef
The inspectors will concentrate
their efforts on matters affecUng
sheep studying diseases and paying
considerable attention to the trans
portation problem
It Is understood that the slaughter
ing of dairy catUe suspected of tuber
culosis will be serumcd next fall
Boost Neighbor Boost If this
motto had been lived up to during tho
year 1909 by all of the members of
Utah Camp No 9990 Modern Wood
men of America we would not now
have to surrender tho state prlzo ban
ner to Excelsior Camp No 10892 Salt
Lako City which camp made the larg
est gain in membership during tho
year 1909 The state prlzo banner
vas first won by Utah Camp No 9990
fcr having tho largest membership if
any of the camps in the state and It
was later won by Great Salt Lake
camp and then the Ogden boys got
busy and brought the banner hack to
Ogden where It has been for the last
two years Out now wo have to
yield to Salt Lake again and the
boys who aro good losers will on
next Tuesday evening take tho banner
to Salt Lako accompanied by the For
ester team officers and members
where tho Salt Lake boys have ar
ranged for an open meeting and gen
eral good time
If tho Salt Lake boys expect to win
the banner again this year they will
have to go some as the Ogden
Camp has already made a not gain or
20 members and is planning for a
big class adoption the latter part or
April or the first of May Andus
tho new rituals and drill manuals are
now out and we have a sot of live
enthusiastic officers interest in the
work Is expected to Increase and like
wise the membership District Deputy
C M Raraoy reports having organized
a camp with 30 charter members at
Carlin Nev and Is working on an
other at Ely This is Just a starter
Watch this space each week as wo
expect to have reports from all of the
camps In the state soon
Now for a few statistics Wo know
it ltowS ills
We offer One Hundred Dollars Read for
any cue of Catarrh that camwt be cured by
IlaH dUrrh Care
F J CHENEY CO Prop Toledo O
We the uodcrrsned h Ye known V J
ChenejforilhcOait fifteerf ycut and bellrre
his perfectly hflnorablc in ill UuintM trans
I actions and finuccvilly a4e to tarry out say
pbligmtioiM nude by thor terra
t HT 4 Tiux VhoIctiIe DrVS uts ToleJoO
WAUlIIIC KIMVAM i liners holoale Drug
pill Toledo 0
Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally Mt
Ins dircctlr upon the blood ind mucous Mir
Caces of tic Tie bottle
c lbc nteri rnee PU
Sold bf althc drliuta Te tAOOo i3 free
falls Fei3iliH arc tte bat
they are usually dry reading but wo
trust that the following will interest
you On December 31st 1909 lho
Modern Woodmon of America had a
membership of 10S3G3S with 1GGG
487000 insurance In force Paid to
bonotlclarles of deceased members
during the jear 1909 9874739 and
had a balance on hand December 31st
1309 in benefit and general funds of
5CS59CJIO We had on December
31tt 1909 176 members In tho slate
of Utah with 303350000 in force
and paid out to beneficiaries In the
I year 1909 2200000
The total number of benefit certi
ficates Issued during 1909 was 155S3G
and the actual expense of manage
ment of the society during 1909 was
104 per member
However It will probably do more
good to have tho banner passed around
a little and as Excelsior Camp has
not had the pleasure of possessing It
heretofore we trust that It will be an
inspiration to them to continue tho
good work which they did last year
Capt Coppack is doing good work
with the Forrester Team nnd we ex
pect before the year Is over to havo
the best drilled team in the state
The Ogden Wholesale Grocery Co
has leased tho sixstory warehouse
building previously occupied by the
John Scow croft Sons Co on tho
weal side of Wnll avenue This Is
one of Ibo largest warehouses In Og
don City and Is well located for
wholesale purposes It has a floor
space of 52600 square feeL The loca
tion enables the company to do busi
ness at a low expense The company
has increased Its capital to where they
will now have a rating from four to
five hundred thousand dollars which
nlll make it one of the strongest
firms In the state of Utah I
The business Is owned by Moasr
Ezra Richardson nnd John K Spiers
These gentlemen were both born nnd
reared In Weber county Mr Rich
ardson has been in the retail grocery
business In the city for tho vast twen
ty years and commenced In tho
wholesale business a little over a yea
ago The business increased FO rap I
Idly that the firm was compiled to
move Into larger quarters In order to I
handlo the Immense volume of busi
ness Mr Spiers is a director In the First
National Bank and also In the Ogde
State Bank and is on cot tho heaviest
real estate holders In Ogden He is
also interested in a great many other
enterprises Mr Richardson is also
a heavy ronl estate holder They are
both young men and business getters
and are boosting for Ogden first last
and all the limo and not afraid to
Invest their money In Ogden They
certainly deserve the encouragement
of the merchants as this la Just the
kind of a firm tho people of Ogden
and surrounding country have needed
slnco tho Scow croft people went out
I The new firm will cover alt the tor
rHory previously covered by tip ScpW
croft firm They n6w have sit tames
t men on tho road and employ twelve
people In tho office and warehouse
Mr Richardson SATS if business con
llnues to Increase in the future as It
has in tho past the company will do
a milliondollar business this year
Ibis certainly ahow that Ogdon la
the Jobbing center of Utah and the
west I
This paper Joins In wishing them all
the success possible
Mrs Aggio Tito has plans drawn
for a residence on Wall avenue be
tween Twentyninth and Thirtieth
streets Tho building will cost up
wards of 1600
W R Skoon Is spending J2500 in
tho erection of a dwelling house on
Jackson avenue between Twenty
fourth and Twentyfifth streets
M DOlls Is building a residence on
Ogden avenue between Thirtyfourth
and Thirtyfifth streets that will cost
something over JlGOO
C E Stuart Is constructing a bus
iness house on Twentyeighth street
botweon Grant and Lincoln avenues
Tho building will cost in the neigh
borhood of 1000
Grace W Harris Is building n 1COO
residence on Adams avenue between
Twcntyfourlh and Twonlyflfth streets
R M Grange has boon granted
permission to erect a work shop on
TwentyHindi street between Grant
and Lincoln avenues
United States Marshall James H
An dor son was In Ogden yesterday af
ternoon serving subpocnacs on the of
ficials of tho Amalgamated Sugar Co
calling on them to appear as witnesses
on behalf of the government in tho
case against the American Sugar Re
fining company which will com be
foro a federal grand jury at Pueblo t
Colorado beginning April 9 t Ofllcliin 1 JI
of tho othqr sugar companion liav I r
Jnjr headquarters nt Salt L < ko Cttr
havo also boon pummonfid to ap g tr f
as witnesses for Ihe7g0iftrrttu
Tho Utah witnesses It in atatojj
will bo asked to testify regarding the a
purchase by tho late H 0 Hav moy r j f
of stock in the Utah sugar compan
ies At Salt Lake City President Jo
eph F Smith of tho UtahIdaho Sugar
company President C W Nlbley of
the Lewiston Sugar company wore i
subpoenaed At Ocd n President Da i t
vid Eccles Secretary H H Rolapp I
and Treasurer II H Spencer of the I
Amalgamated Sugnr company were
summoned Tho latter two will loavj
Ogden for Pueblo next Monday morr I
Ing r
In the act of entering the second
hand storo of J C Alvord yesterday
morning Joe French was captured by
the pollco with a suit of clothes to j
gether with a number of odd gar
ments a watch fob and other Rtolen
property nnd taken to tho police Ita
lian Inside tho coat found in his i
possession was the name of a Crock
John Cakruzerga from whom French
Is charged with having stolon the
goods According to tho pollen
French entered n room occupied by
the Greek in tho Denver rooming
house while tho latter was absent and
made away with peroonal property I
most of which has boon r < > i
I covered Investigations looking to
Incriminating French in other rob
beries occurring lately which have
not yet boon cleared up will be made f
A Merger
Regular Cupatomer Thero used to r t
he two or thrco little bald spots on
tho crown of my head away DacK
Aro they there yet r
Barber No sir It aint no bad as
all that Whero those spots used to
bo air theres only one nowCnl
cago Tribune
When You Feel Played Out
There comes a time when your grip on things weakens I
Your nerves are unstrung the vital forces low the stomach
is weak and the blood impoverished You feel old age
creeping over you Be careful of yourself Take rt
at once there is need to renew the life forces Weak
nerves wearied brains side stomach feeble blood torpid
liver sluggish bowels ill feel the quickening effects of
Beecham s Fills Their use makes all thediffcrcncc The
tonic action of these pills upon the vital organs is imme
diate thorough and lasting They are Natures own remedy
For RlJificdown Cooditions j
Sold ErcrTvrLero la Boas lOc and 25c
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