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THE DAILY STANDARD GDENr UTAH t THURSDAY APRIL 7 1910
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Get Auto Tickets Now
Remember that with all of
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A GOOD TO TRADE
This store filled with specials for those
who shop tomorrow and Saturday
The best shoppers in Ogden today are those who pay closest heed to our advertisingthe items J
1m have been selected with care and are exceptional offeringswe would not spend the money for 1m r
newspaper space if the attractions were not unusual Important See the wonderful dress goods special in window 119 f
n 1 60 new goods flH n I
Special Genuine atin
r Rajahthe 125
Li ValueTomorrow 68 C
1 and Saturday
There is probably no fabric for which there is such a general demand as Satin Rajah
and here is an offer which is made only for tomorrow and Saturday The Genuine
Satin Rajal there are imitationsA beau tiful semirough silk of a
11 bright finish It has that effect of being woven from uneven threads 6 8
it has a pleasing bright finish and is offer ed in all of the new col C
ors Tomorrow and Saturday we will sell th e 125 quality at
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I J Dress Goods Specials
Just to make these two days the busiest days of the e
we offer these two exceptional dress goods bargains This sea
sons best fabrics in the regular 125 liar including the very
newest weaves and coloringsnow greysNew Blue Black and
Wliite Gray and White Stripes Epinglc Cloth Homespuns
Tussnh RoyalCream Serge For the two days only we
offer the 125 line at 9 5 C
l Newginghams
U 1 O c
worth to 15c LJ
An exceptional of dress ginghams double
fold in nil colors stripes checks and plaids our 1 0 C
regular 12 l2c to 15e values to be offered at
White Wash Goods
14c
worth 20c to 35c
Heres a good chance for the mother who has girls who grad
uate or who want summer dresseswe offer to
morrow and Saturday line of white goods consisting
14c
sisting of Lace stripes Cross Bar Fancy Cords
Dimities Blarney Linens worth to 35c for
A line of 10c Percales offered at eo 8c
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I STATE NEWS II
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Continued From Pago Two
HoosovoU will be In Salt Lake City
during the latter part of August Ho
has arranged to come as far west aa
Green River Wyo to attend tho cow
boys celobratlon and It In believed
ho can bo Induced to como on to Salt
lake City The Western Pacific
opening will he an affair of great mo
ment to Salt Lake City and It Is pro
posed to bring a Inrgo dHfpatlon of
San Francisco bUHlneaa men to this
rlty on this occasion Tho Coramor
clnl club banquet will bo much larger
than ever before because of tho fact
that since tho last banquet the club
membership has boon doubled and It
will bo the first banquet In ho now
club building
COX IS NAMED TO
V SUCCEED GRANT
Salt Lake April GArchie Cox
formerly manager of tho Grand thea
I tre In Salt Lako and one of tho best
known and moRt popular theatrical
managers in tho west arrived from
Denver yesterday afternoon to swumo
thu management of tho Bungalow
theatre following the resignation of
U A Grant which was accepted by
tho board of directors early In thp
week It has been almost n year and
i Mows ihlsi
We offer One Ilundied DolUrs Reward for
anr CAM cf C urrh hit cannot be cured by
Hill Catarrh Cure
T J CIIKKEY CO Props Toledo O
We the aodenigncJ hire Iccown F J
Cfctntj for the Jut 6lcen year and believe
Met rerfeeriy nonble in all buiincw tr n
aclloi and fiwnailly be to tarry out oy
t r wjIUirfonj mid by their firm
t1 ur t Tarot Wholciil Dmciww ToledoO
wxiomc HUH Jt Moves Wboieule Drop
I cuu Toledo 0
luiri Catarrh Care li taVen internally act
I tar dirrrllr uyn tbe blood and mucon IOT
i far ot tbe rslem Prize 7k ref bottle
EoL br all drunUtt TeiUmonliU free
t Ua8 I FidJIy P illi ue the but
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I a halt since Mr Cox loft local thea
trical enterprises He returns to
take chargo of the Bungalow and re
organize tho stock company
Salt Lake looks better than ever
to me and I am delighted to get back
among my old friends Like every
body else Im subject to that peculiar
bold that Salt Lake has on nil Its
old residents and I scorn to gravitate
back to these valleys ovory so often
The town Is changed In many ways
and I do not bollovo Salt Lakers half I
appreciate what these changes have
dono for the city I
At tho Bun alow we expect to have i
a big business until tho ond of the i
season Miss Blanche Douglas has
accepted the position of leading lady
with tho company and will arrive
Saturday to take up her work With
Mr Travera she will head what I bc
llovo will be one ot tho ben and most
capable stock company organizations
that bun ever appeared in Salt Lake I
Wo huve secured a rrportolrc of the
host plays obtainable for tho use of
the company nnd a little Inter I will I
announce a UHI In the order of their
appearance which I am sure will an
peal to local thoatrcKoorfl
Mrs Cox la still in Denver but will
join Mr Cox later this week
FOR SAFE AND SANE
FOURTH OF JULY
Salt Lake April 7 TrlbunoI
the recommendations of the municip
al laws committee of tho city council
at agrcqd rwon at Itn meeting Wed
newlay nIght are adopted by the coun
cil tho Indiscriminate discharge or
tirocrackers and fireworKs in this cltj
vlll bo forever prohibited otter the
coming Fourth of July The ordin
ance of Councilman McKinney prohib
iting tho solo or discharge of fire
works of all kinds In the city without
tho written consent of the mayor will
bu reported upon favorably nnd un
doubtedly passed by the council Mon
day night
Owing to the fact that a number
of merchants have already ordered
their supply of fireworks for this year
the ordinance will not go Into offecl
until July 6 so that they ujll be per
netted to Fell them this Fourth and
then who already have ordered will
not lose anything on arconnt of thA
Sample Suits00Spring Styles
TjJv at 1950
w Youll be surprised
at the values we
I iiN offer in these sample
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4 r f suitsthey are real
I1M Y ly the values which sell at 3000
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ill r r l the entire line of a traveling sales
i man paying him much less than the regular
t t i pricesyou will not know the suits from regu
1 lar stock tho styles are decidedly up to the
I frt i minute
J i Consisting of the 34inch coatthe full
is r pleated skirt and the graceful cutting of the
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pry very newest spring styles
i if l i t Materials are also of the most approved
fabricsa day or two more should carry out
ll the whole lot Dont buy your spring suit un
til you have seen these
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passage of the ordinance But here
after Salt Lake City will have a safe
adn Bane Fourth of July
Strong Petition of Women
A strong petition was submitted to
the committee signed by the various i
womens clubs of the city and also I
by a nuuibor of women individually
urging that tho ordinance be passed
Representatives from the Sweet Candy
company Rivers Brothers and other
merchants wen before tho commute1
and asked that the ordinance be made I
effective July 5 so that they would f
not lose what money they havo In
vested In fireworks thlu year They
staled that they favored the ordinance
with that one chang and that point
was conceded to them
The committee also considered tho
ordinance creating the office of city
electrician and providing for too In I
action under his supervision of all
olectrlc wiring done In the city Tho
measure meets with the approval of
tho National Board of Fire Underwrit
er and follows the regulations laid
down In the National Electric Code
pertaining to all olectrlc work
Salary 1800
The Hilary attached to the office Is
fixed nt 1600 par annum and by ro
Quiring persons engaged In the busi
ness to take out n permit for ovory
electric wiring contract and pay a tee
therefore It is expected that the of
fice will be self supporting
No final action was taken on tho
ordinance but the committee will con
sider It again next Wednesday night I
and will hae tho manager of tho
Board of Flro Underwriters of the Pa
cific present to present hlfl vlowr on
the matter
WATERS BEFOULED
Sandy April 7 Officials of the Salt
Lake County Water company havo
concluded to move tholr water main
1425 feet cast from the present loca I
tion of the Intake because it Is said I
haulers from the
the ore canyons are
befouling tho waters at the present lo
cation by watering their horses
MRS FERGUSONS FUNERAL
Murray April G Funeral services
will be held In the Second ward chapel
hero Friday afternoon over the body
Marina Fr rgnon
of Mrs A plon r
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Toilet Specials
4711 White Rose Soap box 39
Geranium Glycerine Soap hox 6 bars 25
Cocoa Buttermilk Soap box 12c
Cuticura Soap 3 bars in box 55c
J pound bar of Castile Soap 15
Madam Robertsons Skin Soap hox eo 25c
Pears Unscented Soap box 10
Zodeutn Tooth Paste 2 tubes 25
Snnitol Tooth Paste eo 19
Colgates Tooth Paste U Comes out like a
ribbon 19
Eastmans Tooth Powder large size 19
Eversweet deodorant 22c
Bathaswcet pleasing bath powder 22p
On Riah hair remover 45
Willows Violet Toilet Water j 35
Tetlows Talcum Powder 7c
Stationery 24 sheets 24 envelopes S
New Crown Note Book school tablet 4c
0J0 a
of this place who died at the L D S
hospital Tuesday of gangrene Mrs
I Ferguson was taken to the hospital
I several weeks ago While tit her home
near here she bruised her ankle
I against a rock She attempted to be
I her own physician and gangrene de
1 voloped At the hospital It was found
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that amputation would be necessary I
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and the left leg was dismembered
This however failed to check the I
oprcad of the disease the aged woman
dying yesterday afternoon I
GOOD NEWS OH FRUIT
BRIGHAM REPORTS FINE
Brlghnm City April C Prospccta
for a recordbreaking fruit crop In this
locality were never bettor than they I
are now Regardless of the cold weath
er of the past few days the buds of 1
the peach tree arc still safe and sound
It seems that the buds have with
stood the test Sunday night and
early Monday morning tho thermome
ter registered below freezing all day
Monday and Monday night being very
cold Fruit growers were very uneasy
fearing everything would freeze as
the buds were far advanced An In I
vestigation however hoed that the
buds were not Injured In the least Re
ports 10 this effect were heard from
all parts of town and from the great
peach belt directly south of the city
Apricot trees aro out In full bloom
all over the city and If the present
warm weather lasts another few days
the entire city will be a veritable flow
er garden as tho peach trees will bo
out In bloom
A prominent fruit grower one fa
mlllar with conditions hero In past
years oxprcgpcd his belief that the
coming year will be a rocordbreaker
In the production of the famous Brig
ham peaches hb only roar being that
Insufficient help to handle the crop
will bo a drawback Hnwcvor when
USE ALLEi S FOOTEASE t
The aatixpde powdUIn bo da1ro Inb lbohu
If yon hTetirt1lalbid try AlIUFootJt r
Jt rents the fet u4 esatrs rw or Ujbt bare tay
Care sctlne orclknJ fc nttaX fret iklterr
cotta ud maker Or all pUn and Ihu rut Iud
contort AlwyVSjtollfr > lt tin jJfw bor
Try it tdi vJ CV2TJ < iShlA Dotn1
Try t weir Pot j
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Handsome Spring ais worth
to 400 TOlllor 195
row and Saturday
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Tho greatest waist sale we have held this yearthe
story is best told in the corner windowwe have added every q I
tailored waist in the house worth up to 4 Youll be aston
ished at the valuesThe materials are Pure Irish Linen l 1 tta G w I
Imported Madras beautifully brocadedThese waists are rr i
all mantailored every item of the workmanship is of the >
highest class good pearl buttons good button holes t i
made to fit trimmed with tucks of to i
day different only sizes Tomorrow and Satur 1 f
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the dangers of frost arc pnst tho fruit
growers will likely take steps toward
relief In harvesting the crop next
fall
Reports from tho Bear River val
ley are to the effect that a record
breaking apple crop will ho grown this
year For the past two or three years
this valley has been visited by heavy
frosts that have killed most of the
applo crop but this year the farmers
feel confident that the crop will be
safe as far an frost Is concerned They
seem to think that the danger Is now
past One apple grower of the val
ley stated the other day that he Bear
thOr volley would produce more than
100000 bushels of apples this season
If nil goes well This would mean an
Increase of moro than 50 por cent
over any previous year With the
planting of hundreds of acres Into ap
I ple oichards each year Bear River
valley Is destined to become one ot I
the largo apple producing sections of
the country
TRICKS ARE TURNED
BY NERVY ROBBERS I
Drug Store Saloon and Mall and Ex
press Car Entered by Thieves
Salt Lake City April 7 High
waymen masked nnd with drawn II
revolvers held up Dr T H
Hazel In his drug htoro at Eighth
South nnd Second West streets and
robbed the cash register of 4 In cn h
and tho kevp to the store Monday
night at 9 oclock and one hour later
two other highwaymen unmasked nnd
with drawn revolvers hed tip the
Berlin bar at 15C Wont South Tempi
street nnd ejcaped with 24 A short
tlra later tho police department re
ceived word by telephone that United
States mall tSells Forgo Express and i
combination baggage car No 512 In
the Denver RIo Grande railroad
yards had been broken Into by burg
lars I
larsDr Hazel stated that he was work I
ing In the rear of the drng more prior
to the entrance of tho holdup men
who had evidently own waiting out
side tho torn until all customers had
left He said that ho hoard some one
enter the atoro and heard two men
walking tnyard HIP prescription roun +
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r DAINTY NECKWEAR 25c
Displayed the tables in the
on Main I
Aislea fresh lot of Jabots Dutch Collars
1e and the newest shapesthe lot contains some 1
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exceptional values one price 25c
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Ladies 125 c
1258 9c
Wrappers Y f
Just to create extra busi
ness on the second floor we
will limit the Kale to two to a
customer we will display
these on a table on that floor
where the entire lot iniylil be
inspected mostly of percale
in all sixes the usual pat
terns and colorsa line of
i 125 values
for 8 9 C
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Some Live Shoe i
Specials I
Womens 4 Pat Kid Shoes latest styles this sale 295
Womens Spring Oxfords Cuban heel two eyelets 350
values 245 < <
Boys 250 Kangaroo Calf Shoes double soles 165
Mens 3 Box Gulf Shoes exceptional value at this price 235 II
800 SILK PETTICOATS 595 I
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Heres the petticoat opportunity of the yearour guaranteed Ii
silk petticoatthis is made of the famous RegetU Taffeta made
with a graceful flare flounce and dust ruffle Tomorrow
and Saturday 595
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ter which Is In tho rear of the store
As ho turned the comer of the coun
ter to attend to their supposed wants
ho looked Into tho muzzles of two re
volvers and was gruffly ordered to
hold up his hands
Dr Hadel stated that he remember
ed the case of George W Fassel mur
dered dome time ago by holdup men
and not wishing to meet the same
fate Immediately compiled Whllo one
of the men pointed hIs revolver at the
doctor the other went to tho cash reg
ister and cleaned It out of about 4
He also took tho keys sifter which
both men departed telling the doctor
to remain Inside upon penalty of
death
CONSTITUTIONALITY OF
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COURT ACT ATTACKED
Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Raises Important Question
The uupremo court on Wednesday
heard arguments on tho petition ot
Michael J Ryan for a writ of habeas
corpus and took the matter underad
vlsunionl The constitutionality of tho
law creating tho municipal court or
Ogden Is Involved In the case and It
will probably be some time before an
opinion Is rondored
Ryan was charged with assault with
Intent to commit robbery bolero Judge
Murphy of tho Ogden municipal court
ART SPECIALS
Oriental Pillow Covers
front and back ready to
use 19
White embroidered scarfs
heavy nen100 value
Size 18x54 5S
Our stock of pilow tops to be
embroidered including the
floral and conventional de
signs 50c values for25
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and was bound over tolhc district i
court and Is now confined In the euui EI
ly jail of Weber County His allot 1
npr contend that hlfl commitment Is
null and void and that the Judge Jf
the municipal court had nu jurisdiction r
to bind him over for the reason that
tho law creating the court Is uncon
stitutional
MARRIAGE LICENSES I
Provo April 7 Marriage IlefnHIi
have been Issued by the county cleric
to Marion Sanderson and Alvtna OAK
ey both of Eureka William W Poay
and Maud L Hunt both of Provo
I Fred Evans and Jane BoeBley both
of Provo Tho first named couple
I wore married In the clerks office by
County Clerk AT E Kartchner
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ATTEMPT TO BREAK STRIKE
Chicago April 7 Officials of a Chi
cago taxicab company will make an at
tempt today to break the strike d
the chauffeurs Tho plan of trying
out the cam first It a strategic one In
that the company Is In the hands of
receivers appointed by Judge Walker
If the strike breakers are atlackol
tires slashed or the earn damaged bv
the strike pickets It IB planned to
brine the trouble before Judge Walker
for contempt of court
What a man Gays about his enemies
shuiu oi vih n Mith a pound ol salt
MOTHERS FR1EfflLN
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE
Ono of the most valuable qualities of Mothers Friend Is
that It safeguards the future health of the mother It is a
liniment to be applied externally to the body the use of
which lubricates the muscles and tendons softens tho glands
and ducts prevents tamps forming In the breasts and relieves tho pain nervous
ness nausea and other troubles from which so many expectant mothers suffer
When Mothers Friend h used regularly it fits and prepares tho system for an
easy and natural consummation of tho term Women who manage with this
great liniment arc always saved much suffering when baby comes and recover
more quickly and without ill effects Mothers Friend is sold at drug stares
Writ for our free book for expectant mothers t
THE BRADFIELO CO ATLANTA GA
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