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4 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY APRIL 16 1910 er r
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CTTrjRCHEa SECRET SOCIETrXfl and Charitable Institution 8 JJ cenU
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NEW RAILROAD FOR THIS SECTION
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A most significant conference took place in San Francisco tho
first of this week between Darius Miller president of the Burlington
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and Ohaa H Schlacks vice president of the Western Pacific The
mon wore closeted for several hours after having made a personal
inspection of the coast terminals of the Western Pacific Of the
conference the San Francisco Call says
i The MillerSchlacks conference did not take place un
til late in the afternoon The morning was devoted to a gen
eral inspection of the Western Pacific terminals on both
j sides of the bay When the party returned instructions
were given to have Millers private car switched to the
11 Western Pacific tracks Miller will return east over tho
Western Pacific Ho will be the first passenger and riyal
i railroad man carried over the entire length of the Western
I
t I Pacific other than officials of that company The train will
proceed slowly and Miller will be given an opportunity of
I inspecting the line which may some day in the near future
bring the Hill lines into San Francisco
i For years Hill has been trying to gain an entrance into
i San Francisco Stories of agreements have been numer
ous and they have been of a persistency and accuracy of
I detail that has given them a convincing air They have all
i I been denied partially The inspection of the Western Pa
I cific terminals by the president of the Burlington however
j and the return of Miller to the east over the Western Pa
l cific have a significance that can not bo overlooked In De
i I cember 1908 the Burlington purchased the Colorado and
Southern railroad and secured its long desired outlet to the
Gulf of Mexico In that way Hill secured a largo portion
of the annual cotton shipments the product being shipped
I to Seattle and from that port to China on the Hill steam
ships
When the report first became current that Hill was
after an entrance into San Francisco rumor flew thick and
I fast as to how he would gain that entrance Tho practical
I + way for Hill to enter San Francisco and the probable way
4 is over the rails of the Western Pacific Following
i swiftly upon the formal announc moat of the appointment
I 1 of Charles M Levey formerly third vice president of Hills
t Northern Pacific as vice president of the Western Pacific
I I come the report that a trackace agreement had been made
bcfoyccn tho Hill and Gould officials whereby the Northern
Pacific was to use the tracks of the Western Pacific from
Koddie a point 287 miles east of Oakland to San Francisco
I Bay and the facilities of the oxceptional terminal which
I the Western Pacific holds both in Oakland and in San
Francisco
At cno time not much moro than a year agoHill
I woo reported to have been negotiating with the Denver and
Rio Grande for tho control of that road As the Denver
and Bio Grande ownr tho Western Pacific such an alliance
I weald give tho Hill liner the oncning they decire The
I purchcx off tho Dower and Rio Grande by the Burlington
i was scoffed at however and a more practical and cheaper
I voy talked 01
J f This points directly to the coming of the Burlington
I and cC a tentative un tirstn ling at least between the Gould in
terccto anC the FJiTl people of 7hich Dariuo Miller ia a representa
tive Pin ITawley ic sad to to retching cut for the Rio Grande
I and its connections but the indications are that James J Hill has
negotiations well along for the Western Pacific end that his plan is
to extend the Burlington to a connection with that road
STATISTICS ON IRRIGATION
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Today marks the first effort the government has ever made to
j obtain official statistics on private irrigation and the fact that this
distinct gain is made to the cause of irrigation is due entirely to the
+ National Irrigation congress
Secretary Arthur Hooker of the national organization first
took this matter up and had the active and earnest assistance of the
board of control of the Eighteenth congress at Pueblo Through
these forces congressional aid was invoked and though the census
I office demurred at first and insisted it would be better to permit
special agents later in a year or two to get this information that
office finally recommended the new legislation and in February
President Taft signed the bill
The act provides that there shall be ascertainment of the capital
invested in private irrigation plants the character of the plant the
acreage under water the cost to place it under water the nature of
the crop and the acreage grown to irrigated crops The scope of
the inquiry broad and doubtless will result in securing a vast fund
of valuable information
1 In most irrigated sections great care has been exercised in the
selection of enumerators who understand the significance of this
i t amended census act and who will be as careful in getting their
h figures on this irrigation information as they will be in getting
the correct number of inhabitants
i It is therefore important that both enumerator and enumerated
cooperate to the end that this information when secured and tabu
i lated will be accurate and possess the great value to the investor
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the farmer and the engineer that it is hoped will be tho case
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mTJTBTTNVfl BIRTHDAY II
The Salt Lake iTiouno is today observing yts thirtyeighth
birthday From a news standpoint the Tribune a good paper
and from an editorial point of viewit could bo of great service to
t e Republican party and the state if it were to quit its rasping
American Party idiosyncrasies and get back in the ranks of the pro
gressive Republicans of Utah where it rightfully belongs
The Tribune has had four or five years of the strenuous and
it is about time that tho bile in its system had worked off
UTAH MANS IMPORTANT ADMISSION
Frank Pierce first assistant secretary of the interior and a
former resident of Utah was on the witness stand in the Pinchot
Ballingor investigation today and in the course of his examination
stated that Secretary Ballinger turned over to him everything in
connection with the Cunningham coal claims This evidence evi I
dently is intended to absolve Secretary Ballinger from all respon
sibility in the treatment of those cases but inasmuch as Mr 1
Pierce later on in MB testimony volunteers the information that tho
Cunningham claimants during the winter of 1907 had maintained
a strong lobby in Washington and had exerted powerful influences
on the interior department and congress the manner of exculpating
Mr Ballinger proves a laxity in the department if nothing more
When Secretary Ballinger became aware of the fact that ex
traordinary and unusual pressure was being brought to wring from
the government coal lands of inestimable value he should have been
as alert and watchful of the progress of the applications for patents
as any lieutenant and even more so
Mr Pierces statement of the presence and influence of a lobby
in Washington laboring to force the Cunningham coal claims to
final proof is a most important admission as disclosing powerful
interests back of the effort to obtain patent
Here is a chance for Mr Brandeis the lawyer for the prosecu
tion to firmly establish the fact that there was a lobby of which
Mr Pierce had knowledge and then to draw from the Utah man
details of this pernicious influence so as to trace the pressure to
its fountain head and make evident that when the alarm was
sounded by Pinchot Glavis and others that there was a dangerous
element gaining standing within the inner circles at Washington
the alarm rang true and was not false in any essential particular
The day is approaching when the lobbyist and those who listen
and are persuaded shall be driven from within the portals of our
departments in Washington
JUST FOR FUN
Eloping Up to Date
The coatleaa man puts a careless
arm
Round tho waist of the hatless girl
While over the dustlesBmudtess roads
In a horseless wagon they whirl
Like a leadless bullet from hammdr
less gun
ny smokeless powdor driven
They fly to taste the speechless Joys
By endless union given
rho only luncheon his colnloss purso
Affords to them the means
Is a tasteless meal of boneless cod
With a dish of stringleBa beans
lIe smokes his old tobnccoloas pipe
And laughs a mirthless laugh
When papa tries to coax her back
By wireless telegraphMotor
Motor Record
Direct Teotlmony
You said you made a personal ex
amination of the premises Interrupt
ed the rural magistrate What did
you find
Oh nothing of consequence an
swered tho witness i 1a beggarly ac
count of empty boxes as Shakespeare
says Nover mind what Mr Shakespeare
said rejoined the r m He will he
summoned to testify for hlmeolf If he
knows anything about the case
Chicago News
It Wan to Laugh
Jano said a lady rather sharfly
to her cook I must Insist that you
keep better hours and that you have
less company In the kitchen at night
Last night you kept mo from sleeping
because of the uproarious laughter
of one Qf your woman friends
Yls mum I know was the apolo
getic reply but sho couldnt help It
I was atcllln of her how you tried
to male cake one darLadios
Home Journal
How He Got Out of It
I finds you said Brother Dlckoy
to one of the lay members I say I
finds you lot tin down befo one cr de
biggest dinners T over seen an I
wants tor ask you plain an simple
did you como by it honest
Drcr Dickoy replied tho lay mem
ber dls is one time In my life dat I
Is too full fer utterance
Blarney
Norah Why do you call mo your
Jewel Patrick
Officer Clancy Bckase your eyes
sparkle bike diamonds your teeth
are lolke pearls nnd oven your voice
has an emerald ring to ItBro1n
Ings Magazine
A Guess
School Teacher Tommy what IB
tho feminine corresponding to the
masculine stag
Tommy whoso mother IB a society
leader Afternoon ten maam Ev
ening Wisconsin
A Dire Failure
Mrs GayMaud says she dresses
entirely tb please her husband
Mrs Kay Then she doesnt succeed
Her dressmakers bills make him
swear horribly Boston Transcript
Where She Dungled
Tho rabbit and the rooster show
That Natures way arc quoor
Ono has hair without a comb and one
A comb without the hair
Boston ranscrlpt
The Usual Thing
Doctor Is absolutely necessary to
operate on mo
N no But Its customary To
ledo Blade
PRIZES FOR POTATO
GROWERS ON 0 S1
The Oregon Short Line offers prizes
this year amounting to 5725 divided
Into two parts for the best production
of potatoes raised on an aero of land
In 1910 The first prize is 5500 and
tho second S22G The crop must bo
confined to one of four varieties viz
Peach Blow Rural Type Netted Gem I
or Dalmeny Challenge and they must
be produced within the territory on
the Short Une and on the Pacific S
Idaho Northern on the Idaho North
ern the Idaho Southern and tho Pay
otto Valloy railroads
Persons desiring to enter this con
test should write to D E Burley Gen
eral Passenger Agent Oregon Short
Line Salt Lake City for further In
formation and rules governing the
contest
GOVERNOR ON A
LONG JOURNEY
Governor William Spry and Col D
C Jaokllng and their wives who are
making a tonr of the southwest are
having a fine time accordltg to a tel
egram received by John K Hardy
tho governors secretary The party
arrived In Phoenix Ariz April 10 In
Colonel Jackllngs private car Cyp
rus and were met by Governor and
Mrs Richard E Sloan and Mr and
Mrs C J Adams who will accompany
them on a visit to Kelvin to Inspect
tho mining dl trlct After a stay of
four hours in Phoenix the party made
a trip to various acctions of tho Salt
river valley end left last night for
New Orleans From that city they
will so to Chicago and then return
to Salt Lake
A special feature of the trip was the
first standard passenger car to bo run
over tho now road between Ray and
Kelvin This road has recently been
converted to a standard gauge
HARRY JOSEPh
IS ThREATENED
Stating In effect that his life would
bo forfeit unless all the boys and girls
In the State Industrial school were
released before April 30 Harry S Jo
seph president of the State Industrial
school board Is In receipt of a letter
from some unknown person which In
not exactly conducive to a contented
frame of mind
The letter Innocent looking enough
was received by Mr Joseph in his
regular mail Thursday From all ap
pearances tho letter was mailed in
Salt Lake City Ono unique feature
of the envelope was that It had on It
two 1cont stamps one placed directly
above the other
Tho chirography showed more Intel
ligence than the wording of the letter
would Indicate You must leave your
hands off tho boys and girls who aro
able to take care of themselves tho
letter began If something dont
happen to you soon we will take tho
I same course with you as we did with
e that pretty darkeyed Mr Sperry and
rr take care that you arc well armed
after dark for we intend to got you
Things will opon to you before long
I want you always to know that It way
done for revenge and any one that
IrNUUii lu
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Dont live on the reputation
of the reputation you might
have made
IMPEPIALtS
MOUTHPJtCC
CIGARETTES
first made their reputation Now
theyre keeping IL Choke tobacco
well blended A mouthpiece to keep
It out of the mouth A mail paper
wrapping The wboka cigarette
unequaled
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO MIra
f
speaks will bo shot You are to
fresh and beware for something will
happen soon We attacked one of
jour city friends pretty and MC wll
i how you that we arc not afraid to pet
you not only you but you arc the
only man we want and whatever we
wanted we got M tar
Notice if evenuodv In tho Ogden
school gIrls o 11 an not out by
April 30 yo < ind the whole
bunchs days ftl < numbered to take
notice
Mr Joseph said Thursday that he
had no Idea from whence the letter
came So far as he know he did not
havo an enemy who would threaten
hla life because of his activities In the
State Industrial school uoard
I hmo advised the sheriff office
of the contents of the letter and a de
tprmlned effort will be made to find
tho author Afraid Not ia tho least
though it mAkeR me feel Just a little
uncomfortably to know teat there Is
some one who IB holding a grudge
against one sufficient to cause him to
stab you In the back or to shoot you
If the opportunity presents Itself
LOVETT IS
BOUND fOR
EAST
President Lovott and members of
his personal staff of tho Harriman
system left San Francisco at noon to
day for Ogden and will reach Sparks
tonight on a special train with a fast
schedule At the latter point he will
be met by General Manager Bancroft
General Superintendent Davis Super
intendent Manson Assistant Suporin
tendont Fitzgerald Chief Engineer
Ashton and Superintendent of Motive
Power Dunn and escorted over the
Salt Lako division to this city
The trip will he made leisurely In
order to allow President Lovott to
Inspect portions of the road recently
washed out and the party will prob
ably reach Ogden Saturday afternoon
After Inspecting Improvement now
being made in this city and sizing up
local railroad conditions Amorally
President Lovett will visit Salt Lake
briefly and return to Ogdon en route
next Sunday morning
Vice President and General Man
ager A L Mohler of tho Union Pa
cific system is now en route to OK
don to meet President Lovett and will
escort the latter to Omaha on a spec
ial train Mr Mohler IB accompanied
by General Superintendent Ware and
these two officials will arrive in Og
den Saturday morning East from Og
den the visiting magnates will be es
corted as far as Rawlins by Superln
tendont Joffors of the Utah division
PINGREE NEW BOOM
CITY ON SHORT LINE
Pingrco Is tho name of a new town
on the Oregon Short Lino that will
prove a record breaker for activity
and rapid upbuilding The railroad
has not been but thoro yet but the
hotel and store havoalroadj been com
pleted The new branch from More
land down through rue fertile valley
to the south and west has been grad
cd and will bo laid with steel by Juno
first and already Pingree has been
established In the center of this rich
valley about midway down on the
now line It Is destined to bo one or I
the liveliest towns In Idaho for the
next few years taking place with Twin
Falls and other boom places of the
newly Irrigated districts Morclam
Is on the Salmon river branch a short
distance out from Blackfoot and the
now line runs from Moreland on this
branch southwesterly to tap this val
e that will be watered from the
Snake by the American Falls company
Pingrco therefore can be better locat
ed by showing that It will be about
twenty miles tq tho southwest or
Blackfoot Idaho has performed some
wonderful feats In railroading irrlga
thin and town building but the way
P ngree is being built up to await the
railroad is truly wonderful
DAILY BULLETIN OH
THE BIG COMET
April 1C Halleys comet rose at
351 u m today Will rise at 345 a
m tomorrow Sun rises B60 a m
Now distant from the earth about 100
000000 miles and will soon bo only
cce eighth of that The suns cJI
tance from the earth is 93000000
miles Comets speed today about
105920 miles per hour
for Dyspepsia
You Risk Nothing by Trying
This Remedy i
to want every one troubled with I
Indigestion and dyspepsia to come tour
our store and obtain a box of Rcxa
Dyspepsia Tablets They contain Bis
I muth Subnitrato nnd Popaln prepared
by a process which develops their
greatest power to overcome digestive
disturbance
j Recall Dyspepsia Tablets are very
pleasant to take They soothe the Ir
rltable weak stomach strengthen and
invigorate the diestlo organs relievo
nausea and indigestion promote nu
trition and bring about a feeling oC
comfort
If you give Roxall Dyspepsia Tab
lets a reasonable trial we will return
your money If you are not satisfied
with the result Three slzos 26 cents
60 cents and 100 Remember you
can obtain Rexall Remedies In Ogden
only at our store Tho Rexall Store
T H Carr corner Grant and 25th
INSURANCE MEN IN
SALT LAKE CITY
Salt Lako April 15H J Rosen
feldt assistant to Paul Morton prosl
dent of the Equitable bite Insuraxe
company of New York arrived In me
city Thursday afternoon from the
northwest where he has been on a
trip of inspection of the various agen
cies Mr Rosonfoldt gave a luncheon
to a number of friends and represent I
utlvea of the company In the red room I
at the Knutford hotel Wednesday af
ternoon At the luncheon various sub
jects pertaining to the affairs of tho
Equitable were dlncuesed while tho
work which has been accomplished by
the company In this we torn country
In the past year was gone over
READ THE CLASS ADft TODAY
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OGDEN THEATER 1
One Night Only f Monday April 1 8
Ethel BRtrymoros great
est London and New York I
comedy triumph
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Original Hudson Theater
scenic production
Popular Willard Mack especially
engaged by Joanne Russell Al Prices 1 76c 60c 25o
ford to rapport her in Ii Cousin
Kate at the Ogden Theater gale Saturday 10 A M
Monday April 18
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FOUR CYLINDER
REO 125O
Top und Automatic Windshield extra
Roomy comfortable handsome powerful fiftymileaan
hour fast on tho hills off like a thoroughbred as soon as you
open the throttle
Quiet smoothrunning and
LIGHTWEIGHT Tireexpense and other upkeep costs
reduced to a minimum
The Reo is here to prove itself to you
Becraft Automobile Co
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OGDEN STATE BANK
OGDEN UTAH
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
I H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier I
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Caahr
G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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PRESIDENT IS A
BASEBALL FAN
Plttsburg April 1C President Taft
confirmed fan wants to sit where
he can best see the flying Dutchman
Wagner play In the game between
Chicago and Pltteburg May 2 which
the President has promised to at
tend After a careful survey baseball
engineers have decided that box 125
directly over the Plttsburg players
bench was tho midway between the
plate and first base the best vantage
point for an angle on Wagner
Though this choice Beat had been
Fold for the season to a prominent bun
IncDEman he has given It up In def
erence to the President through the
negotiation of Mayor Magee He has
done BO with the a etmcnt that after
the presidential fame the box will
be marked with a silver or bold plate
to set forth the fact that U did on
that memorable day May 2 1910 hold
the mighty and distinguished figure
of the then President of tho United
State
TRACTION ENGINE
ON A WILD RUN
Portage Des Sioux Mo April 15
This peaceful village has been treated
to mAny rare sights In the way of Joy I
riders from SL Louis a few miles
away but It remained for a ICyear
oM boy to Zice the staid citizens
some entirely new thrills
Carl Stein took his fathers new rod I
traction engine out tor a trial spin
yesterday afternoon Under a full
head of steam the machine chanced
the main street skipping and Jumping
sideways under the inexperienced
handling of tho amateur chauffeur
All went comparatively well how
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ever until the village blacksmith shop
got in the way The machine pur
sued its way through the hop emerg
ing from the wreckage minus a flaw
trimmings but otherwise undaniiv1
A maple tree a half a mile away
proved the undoing of Stein a few
minutes Inter and his rldo cnm
came to a
sudden end tho machine refusing to
climb the tree
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