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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY APRIL 16 191C
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Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann
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MOVING OF THE HEADQUARTERS
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Again there it a welldefined rumor that the Union Pacific is t < 3
move its headquarters to Green River Wyoming at the end of the
I fiscal year
In this connection wo arc reminded that the Southern Pacific
officials are talking of making Utah the companys legal home be
d cause this state has been more friendly to the great corporation thai
f I Kentucky
If Utah is to be made the custodian of one of the Harriman com
i panics it would be well for all Harriman companies to begin to cul
tivato the good will of the people by eliminating as much as possible
discriminations which look peculiar We arc told the Hine system
calls for the establishing of operating headquarters at the center of
railroad activity which on the Utah division of tho Union Pacific
I is said to bo Green River Then logically the headquarters for all
I the Harriman roads in this region should be Ogden But we are in
formed that the Hine system is to be disregarded when conditions
1 favor this city
1 Heretofore the Union Pacific management has been friendly to
j Ogden and the presumption is the road is still our friend yet thu
careful regard for om
I latest move looks very much aa though that
to bo in the minds of mutual
uppermost
i welfare which is supposed
friends has been allowed to be displaced by indifference
I Since tho foregoing was placed in typo we have learned that the
I Union Pacific is to increase rather than decrease the importance of
I Ogden as a terminal point by placing an assistant general superin
tendent here So that after all is said Ogden and the Union Pa
i cific have reason to rejoice in their mutual confidence
i VETERANS TO RIDE IN AUTOS
1 The last march of the veterans of the Civil War is approaching
in the arrangements for the observance of
I Of that we have a forecast
I Memorial Day this year in Ogden The Spanish War Veterans are
to have charge of the parade and they have planned to take the
survivors of the mighty struggle of 45 years ago to tho cemeteries
in automobiles
I Somo of the I old boys continue to retain much of their youth
with and they require the
but a majority are heavily weighted years
helping hands of others so they all are to ride in the very latest
machine that man has fashioned for making travel easy
We presume some of them going back in memory to the
bivouac on Southern fields will feel a heart throb as they note how
have been the transformations
the years have hurried by and how great n
tions in their lives from the strife of the past to the smoothly mov
ing orderly conditions of today
The automobile is really symbolic of the changeso radically I
different from the means of transportation of half a century ago I
and as tho boys in blue ride to the cemeteries on Monday May 30
we all will observe how the early sixties and 1910 have joined in do
ing reverence to tho living and the dead of our soldier heroes
MIXED TRAINS ARE DANGEROUS
Not long ago a wreck occurred near Ogden in which two mail
cars wore hurled over the rails and landed at some distance Sev
eral mail clerks were injured but none seriously The explanation
is that the cars wore made of steel so that when the force of the im
pact acted on them they did not splinter and give way but held in
tact Pullman cars are constructed like these mail cars and they too I
resist the blow of a collision But when heavy Pullmans and steel
mail cars are placed in a train with light day coaches and there is a
sudden stopping as in a collision the Pullmans and mail cars be
come butting rams and crush the day coaches to a mass of inextric
able wreckage This mixing of heavy and light cars is causing an
I I agitation for legislation to prohibit the forming of the death traps
made train the force of a collision is
In a uniformly up passenger
i distributed to tho entire train and no one car isliable to complete
destruction while the others are saved Some railroads are ob
serving this rule of uniformity and are not waiting to be compelled
Y the traveling public The Overland Lim
1j by law to thus safeguard
ited and other trains of that class out of Ogden are made up of
cars of similar construction and equal strength but there are trains
l moving out of here in which heavy Pullmans are back of compara
tively frail coaches and that method of now assembling cars should
be avoided whenever possible and eventually should be entirely done
away with
MRS MARY E BURK
LAID TO FINAL REST
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Impressive funeral services over
Iho mortal remains of Mrs Mary
I Elizabeth Burk were held Friday nt
tornoon at 2 oclock at the Lynne I
Ward meeting house The church was
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crowded with sympathizing relatives
1 and friends who gathered to pay a
I tribute of lovo and esteem to one who
hal spent her life In devotion and ser
vice for others
other
A wealth of beautiful floral tributes
also silently told of tho tender sym
pathlofl tho deceased had awakened
through hor hind and unselfish llfo
Bishop James Taylor of tho Elglith
ward conducted the services Tho mu
sical part of Lho services was unusual
ly oweet and comforting consisting of
tho following selections
QuartetteNenror My Gad to Thee
Solo Ono Sweetly Solemn Thought
by OUR plunders solo Resignation
by Miss Pauline Maddock solo 0
My Father by Fred Tout solo
Calvary by Mrs Emily P Mad
dock solo Tho Christians Good
Night by Mrs Mary Farley
Tho life oi the deceased was eulog
ized and many words of comfort worn
spoken by President C Mlddloton
Wm Lowder B A Larkln and BUhop
James Taylor 1
A largo funeral cortege followed
the remains to tlielr last resting plA
In tho Ogden City ComMi r > rldlr
David Jensen dedicated the gray
BIG INVESTMENT
A short time ago a uumbor of Salt
Luke mon Investigated the vast coal
field at Miller Creek In Carbon coon
ty tblR state and were so Impressed
with the high Quality of the coal that
they Invested n half million dollars
of Utah money This coal la now upon
the local market and Is called HIA
WATHA It Is very hard and does I
not slack and for storage purposes
bas no equaL
LIFE BEYOND
THE GRAVE
SERMON
Tho rewards and punishments
which the biblical passages that
speak of progression and retrogres I
sion beyond death Imply together
with tho nature of existence In the
eternity will constitute the theme of
tho Sunday night sermon In tho FIrst
Presbyterian church In the scries on
Life Heyond the Grave The thought
of an eudloas life of song and palm on
tho one hand or of fire on the other
In not tho only one suggested by tho
holy book The munlc of the evening
will bo furnlflhed by Mr Ernest Tur
ner singing Cum llnla From Beyond
the Depths as a bass solo and Mr
Saunders singing Oh Divine Re
deemer as a tenor solo Miss Blddlo
will play Schurmanns Aboud Sled
and Schuborla Serenade
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On Tuesday evening April 5 tho
local camp of Modern Woodmen In
cluding tho forester tram and moni
tors made a visit to Excelsior camp
Salt Lake for the purpose of deliver
Ing the prize state banner to tho
above camp they having won It by
adopting the largest number of mem
bore during the year 1909 Dr E P
Mills mado the presentation speech
which was followed by a very enter
taining program consisting of
speeches songs and music after
Ahloh refreshments were served The
glen boys returned homo on a late
rain and all agreed In pronouncing
Excelsior camp good entertainers
As tho 1905 head camp directed that
a new ritual be published and this
has been done every camp must now
Ise It As the secret work signs and
words have been changed ouo cannot
become a real upto date Modern
oodman until he receives the new
work all old members should attend
the next meeting of his camp and rev
celvo the new words now signs and II
ace the new work
The society has established one of
be most uptodate sanitariums In the I
world for tho euro of tuberculosis at
Colorado Springs C61o comprising
1380 acres of land stocked with cat
tle horses sheep and chickens sum
lent to supply tho needs of the sank
arluin and has already expended
3ver S 250000 on tho same During
Lhe last year and a half this instltu
Ion has sent sixty men who had death
stamped on their brow back to tholr
homes able to tako care of tholr faint
log and enjoy lIfo for years to come
The Ogden camp has sent much more
limn enough to build and equip one
3f tho tent cottages on tho grounds
tad If anv of Ita members become af
flicted with this dread disease they
can bo sent there and be treated free
of charge and restored to health and
happiness Wo havo Just received
sonic valuable literature on the nature
of this disease and how to prevent
contracting same also how to care
for It etc Any one desiring any of
the above literature can secure It by
calling on the clerk J IL Shafor
22C4 Washington avenue
Tho booster committee IB working
overtime to secure a large class adop
tion In the near future at which time
tho new ritualistic work will be exem
plified which is pronounced by those
who have Been It to be most beautiful
and Impressive
Tho entertainment committee has
also promised to give us something
I new along their line at each meeting
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SUIT SALE
Monday we place on 95
sale 175 sample wool J
suits from 1500 to L
3500 your choice
ALTERATIONS EXTRA
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ttYou ladies have no doubt planned for new carpets in the parlor library or dining foomor
matting upstairs or in the hallor lin oleum in the kitchen and bath room And rugs
everywhere t
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Vin our rug department
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You have already arranged no doubt to see the remarkable col i
i lection of low priced nice things in our rug department
But if you havent considered this yet listen t The greate
shipment of floor coverings that has ever come to Ogden arrived a I
few days ago We received some truly remarkable prices from the
manufacturer and we are giving the benefit to Ogden ladies
Therefore think about your floors nowearlyevan if the old
carpet or rugs or matting or linoleum will DO a few months iti j
will pay you to make your selection and have it laid aside now
At least to do yourself justice look at this display before the K
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There is absolutely no charge at this store for 0 arpet Paper sewing them together and tacking it
them down on your floor 11
Think of what this means a
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Then add to this the remarkable opportunity of long liberal terms
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Ogden Furniture Carpet Co r I
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Including the Famous Hoosier
Xitohon Oabineta r
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nlguLPR2SS COMMITTEE
10000 REWARD
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For Information leading to tho con
viction of persons Interfering with or
destroying BONDS INSULATORS
WIRES SIGNS OR OTHER PROP
I ERTY belonging to the Salt Lake
Ogden Railway Company
5000 REWARD
For Information leading to tho con
viction of persons PURCHASING
COPPER WIRE BONDS BRASS or I
I other property belonging to the Salt
Lake Ogden Railway Company
SALT LAKE OGDEN RAILWAY
COMPANY
SIMON BAMBERGER PRES
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THAT BUll BROKE
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LOS ANGELES April 15Th
oral surgery department of the LOH
Angeles count hospital Bald to be
the first of Its kind In any county I
Institution In tbo country a oa In
augurated today with an unprecedent
ed operation which supplied John
Schllheliner a Long Doach rancher
with part of a calfs lower Jaw to re
place the maxillary bones that were
destroyed whon the calls father a
Jersey bull gored the man and butted
him In the face last November I
Dr Carl Dolchmlller head of tho
new department performed tho opera
tion assisted by other surgeons
Dr Dlechmlllcr first picked out a
sheep to supply the needed front por
I tion of the lower Jaw but Schllholmer
who had ordered the bull slain Im
mediately after It had cored him
carried his revenue on to the offend
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ing animals offspring He could not
talk but mado Ills wlah known with
pencil
Let tho sin of tho father bo visited
I on tho son ho wrolo Kill tho
Jersoy calf
It was slain this morning an hour
before tho operation Three hours
later Schllholrner emerged from tho
anaesthotlc with everything under
the flesh of his chin made of calf
and his face bound In a cast to hold
his toothless rums articulated
In two months It Is expected he
will be fully rocdorcd and bIo lo
cal without tho tube ho now uses
DR CO nOON AT THE
I CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
The pulpit editorial at the Congrega
tlonal church Sunday evening upon
The Parks of tho City will be read
by Dr Condon who Is well known
throughout tho state for his Interest
In all public questions His editorial
tomorrow night promises to be of
practical bearing The special mu
Hlcal service printed In tho church
column will appeal to nil
Citizens of Ogden I
Boost for your city by oslng OG
DEN MADE FLOUR It costs you no
moro and every sack you use Js a
boost for your town
In that way you mako a Chicano
of Ogden Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
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Hiawatha
fireplace
Try It In your
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Blrerfioos for falls b irusCntmta I
of mall bottle Painkiller Perry Data In
1t wRna or cold water
quart bottle add pint
fboke well until aU
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sweeten with molasses
half nt onco then
mixed Givo about
minute iC ant doe w
balance In fifteen I
will bo found a never
not suScient This
bottle
for lArgo
falling remedy 35c
ALo in 25i and 50a mHo
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Shoe Worth
THE constant advance in the cost of leather has caused n
similar advance in the prico of most shoos In many instances
where the price has not been advanced cheaper materials art
being substituted Unless the manufacturer or tho retailer f
hear the burden of the greater cost of production the consumer
must pay more for her shoes or wear less durable less stylish
less comfortable shoes
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350 and 400 were tho original prices of PATRICIAN
Shoes and these paces have never been changed Unless the I
cost of leather shall still materially advance PATRICIAN
prices will remain thp same so will the materials The name
excellent quality and workmanship will bo maintained through
out in PATRICIAN Shoes Accept no substitute
PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME
350 and 100
CLARKS SHOE STORE i
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