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7 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY APRIL 18 1910
Shirt Waists
The new models in the
< Spring Waists are particu
larly smart and attractive
Dainty Lingerie Waists in
fine embroidery and lace
Net and Silk Marquisette in
j white and cream
Smart tailored waists in
Persian Silks Pongees and
fancy Plaids and Checks
Lingerie Waists 100
and up
Silk Waists 400 and up
A large showing of New
Spring Skirts in Voiles and
fine cloths
The
M M Wykes Co
2335 WASHINGTON AVE
I I
4 1st Class Paper
hangers Employed
AT
Mullers
Try one if you had poor work
done before Painting in all its
branches Paints Stains Jap
i alac and Varnishes
PRICES THE LOWEST
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTEDShoo man Christenscn
Shoe Co 2309 Wash 418lt
iMODERX housekeeping rooms 227
27th st 4lS2wks
loSTAn amethyst cross and heavy
woven chain Reward Care Stand
ard 4 IS Iwk
T RANDOMJ
I Rf RNCSJ
WE HAVE Installed a new uptodate
dyeing plant nnd are now
I PREPARED TO DYE all classes of
I garmente
COME AND HELP BURY US with
work
Ogden Steam Laundry Dyers and
Cleaners
Funeral For Nathaniel Vllaon Fun
oral services over the body of Nathaniel
I
thaniel Wilson were held at 3 oclock
yesterday afternoon at Lindquists
funeral chapel Hyrum Belnap and
Albert Stratfordoffered words ofbopc
and consolation to the bereaved fam
ily and appropriate musical selections
were rendered by Orson Griffin In
terment was made in Ogden City
cemetery
Sharpen Your Lawn MowerThat
poor old lown mower where is it
Dig it out and telephone L H Bccraft
the Repair Mnnwe will call for and
deliver It
From Sugar City Id hoR Tcra
zawa superintendent of Japanc8e la
bor for the Utah Sugar Co at Sugar
City Idaho is in Ogden for a few
days Mr Tcrnzawa says the beet BU
gar crop at Sugar City IB goIng to bo
a big one this year and that the of
liclals of the Utah Sugar Co expect
t n prosperous season Sugar City Is
t growing ho says and in fact is be
I coming QuIto a little ell
I 550 cash Buys a ton of Best Rock
Springs on the market Phono 27
John Fnrr
I
Athletic Association Tho little
town of Ulntnh has a live athletic as
sociation says R O Bybee of that
place and much interest is being tak
ou In It by the young men taore The
f association holds meetings weekly
Ulntah Uoceo Fruitn O Bybee
states that practically all the peaches
apricots and cherries of Ulntah in
orchards that were not smudged dur
ing the recent frost have been do
stvojed The temperature there dur
ing tho cold snap vas n number of
degrees below frcerin
Kindling wood for sale at 5100
per wagon load Becker Brewing f
Malting company
Asks for Divorce Marie Adams has
commenced divorce proceedings
against her husband Philip Adams
The alleged ground for divorce is
cruel treatment Mrs Acams elates
i In hor petition that upon various oc
i caelons sho has been badly treated
t by her husband ho at times going so
I far an to strike her Sho also states
I that Mr Adams has left the country
nnd thae 6ho does not Know where
ho Is at this time The parties Wore
married In St Paul August 2Dth
1908 Tho plaintiff asks ror a com
f photo separation restoration of her
TLjildon name and 50 attorney fees
Dance at the 8th Ward hall Tues
day April 19th Come good time as
sured
Operated on a ChildDoctors Rich
and Condon have successfully iv > >
orated on Clarence O Bybco tho six
carold son of Mr and Mrs R O
Brhec of Uintah The child has boon
troubled since early babynood with
enlarged tonsils The child with i
I stood DIP operation nicely and is now
on tim road to rapid recovery
Quality conquers in 13 t G But
ter
Incpectlng OH Stallone Engineer
A Q Campbell left this morning for
Carlln and other points on the Salt
Uike division of the Southern Pacific
lo inspect the fuel oil stations now In
course of construction on the freight
dlstrlclo cast ot Sparks
Mrs Louisa Johnson Dead Mrs
Louisa Johnson succumbed to a long
illness of stomach trouble and other
complications at 830 oclock this
morning at the home 212 Ilarrlsvilic
avenue Mrs Johnson was born In
Sweden June 13 1SG1 and emigrated
to Utah cloven years ago where she
has since resided She Is the wife of
Andrew J Johnson who with six
daughters four sons and six grand
children survive her Funeral an
nouncement will bo made later
Funeral For Mrs Martha Summers
The funeral services for Mrs Mar
tha A Taylor Summers who died at
the Ogden General hospital on Sat
urday of spinal meningitis will be
held In Farr West at 1 oclock tomor
row afternoon Interment will take
place in tho Ogdcn City cemetery
From New York E C Hales rep
rroomlng a New Yorx house whlcli
manufactures readytowear goods Is
in Ogdcn calling upon the local trade
and incidentally visiting his brothers
Hell Hales of the Rood hotel and Harry
Hales o the county clerks office
Grant Y Bullock of Coalvhle Utah
is in Ogden visiting friends
Nels Flygaro employed by the Un
ion Portland Cement company nt Dcv
llp Slide Is In Ogden Visiting rela
tives
E V Schneider of Garland Utah
Is In tbe city for a few days
West End Engineer W U Counts
a locomotive engineer of the South
ern Pacific at Sparks Nevada arrived
In Ogden this morning from Little
Rock Ark where he wns called by
the death of his mOlherHe will
leive for the west tomorrow to re
sume his duties with the railroad
company I
Sale of Estate In the probate divi
sion ot the district court this morn
ing Judge Howell Issued an order
granting Clara Leedom administra
trix of the estate of Crayton M Lee
dom deceased the right to sell the
personal property of the estate The
administratrix in her petition to the I
court stated that a better price for
the property of the estate which con
sists of the Falstaff Cafe In this city
might be obtained if It wns sold im
mediately The petition for tho or
der of the sale was confirmed and
the notice of the sale was ordered
published
Depart for OmahaF K Lewis
superintendent of the Union Pacific
dining car system accompanied by
Mrs Lewis and her father L C Pier
son left for Omaha this morning aft
er a weeks visit with Ogden friends
Mr Lewis Is a firm friend of Ogden
and saysjhc present activity here in
the way of Improvements looks good
to him
On a VI6itD C OlmEtoad chiC
clerk in the office of Superintendent
Jeffers of the Utah division of the
Union Pacific accompanied by Mi <
Olmutead left for a months visit in
New York Sunday morning
Fast Special TrainA special train
of tilx cars of silk from China and sev
eral cars of California fruit from San
Francisco arrived over the Southern
Pacific last night and was whirled
east over the Union Pacific on pass
enger train schedule at an early hour
this morning
Passenger Taken iiilrs F K
White a lady passenger ou Oregon
Short Lino train No 2 from the
north was taken ill this morning and
removed to the General Hospital in n
ambulance on the arrival of the train
I
In this city The patient Is reported
as improving under treatment from the
local railroad physician
Building the San PedroH A
Wells vice president and general
manager of the Los Angeles San
Podro road arrived from San Frail
cisco this morning over the Southern
Pacific and shortly afterwards left
for Salt Lake Manager Wells sas
the work of rebuilding the San Pedio
lord or at least that portion recently
wiped out by floods Is progressing TS
ripldly as possible under present
condiltons He added that Senator
W A Clark president of the road
would make a trip of inspection over
the route during the latter part of tho
present month with a party of east
ern stockholders and VicePresident
Bancroft
Will Recover Gcorgo V Ewald tho
Southern Pacific switchman who had
his leg cut off in the local yards last
Friday morning Is improving nt the
General Hospital and wllJ recover
Although he Is 55 years OE age Mr
Ewald Is recovering nicely rrorn thy
Rhode Incident to the accident and
operation and ho will be moved to
his residence as early as practlctble
Enjoy New YorkA B Moeolcy
formerly traveling passenger agent of
ihe harriman hues with headquarters
at Ogdon Is now In New York City
and will spend a part of the summer
iu Europe Mr Mosuley IB tho for
tunate possessor of a nice nnd healthy
private Income and will devote a year
to enjoyment before returning to ac
tive railroad work
Mr nnd Mrs E W Rodgcrs of
Green River Wyoming aro spending
n few days In the city visiting rela
tives nnd friends They are the
guests ot their nephew Alonzo Rog
ers and his wife
Fruit Damaged Marlon Clinger of
Vineyard near Provo is in the city
attending business matters Vine
yard Is a fruit growing section and
Mr Cllngcr states that tho crop wan
severely damaged by the recent frost
except where Jfho oil smudge was
lIoed
A YEAR IN COLLE E
1250 cash or a rear In College can
bo easily warned by one young man or
one young lady In each county in the
United States Plan easy and does
not interfere with other employment
State name of Institution you wish to
attend No money required For par
ticulars address JL H Pcmberton
Columbia Mo
SUING FOR
209000
DAMA6ES
The case of Frank B Harris a min
or by Leila D Harris his guardian
ad lltem against the Ogdcn Steam
Laundry to recover 20000 damages
alleged to be duo for tho loss of an
arm IB on trial In tho district court
today before Judge Howell Tho case
will probably occupy trie attention of
the court for two days
The plaintiff alleges that on May
10 1000 Frank Harris was given em
ployment In the dry cleaning depart
ment of the defendants plant In this
city It Is further alleged that on
May 11th the said minor was put to
work upon a machine that was used
as a clothes cleaner having a wheel
or extractor which made 900 revolu
tions per minute that while engaged
In the work the plaintiff alleges that
the gaseous fumes arising from tin
gasoline tank made him sick and diz
zy and that ho fell into the machine
thrusting his right arm Into the wheel
which so badly twisted it that it was
necessary to amputate It four inches
above the elbow
Tho complainant alleges that the
defendant company was negligent in
not fully Instructing the plaintiff In
regard to the operation of the machin
ery nnd the work connected with it
Damages In the sum of 20000 are
asked
The entire morning session was
consumed in securing the Jury The
taking of loatlmony began with the
afternoon session
MEALS CHARGED
TO WEBER CLUB
George E ElllH was arraigned in
the municipal court on the charge ot
obtaining food and drink at the Pot
ter Cafe uuder false pretenses Tho
complaint alleged that on April 15th
the defendant entered tho Pottor
cine and ordered 3 90 worm of edi
bles for himself and u friend repre
senting that the Weber club of this
city would be responsible Jar his ac
count and that on other occasions he
cured board from the cafe amount
ing to 580 under the same pretens
es but that It was afterwards learned
that the Weber club had not author
ized the man to secure food on Its
account
The defendant stated that ho had a
lawyer to defend him but that he was
not in the city lie asked that the
matter bo held over until his attor
atrn cuuld appear No plea was enter
rd and tho caso was set for hearing to
morrow
The casn of Frank Donnlsoii
charged with disturbing me ipoacn
was set for hearing Friday moining
STRIKE IS ENDED
Philadelphia April 17 Although
tho 9ompolte count of the referendum
vote of the striking carmen showed
the motormen and conductors had vot
ed against accepting tho terms offered
by the Rapid Transit company and
returning to work the local executive
committee of thc Amalgamated As
elation of Street and Electric Railway
Employes tonight adopted a resolution
declaring the offer of tho company
had boon accepted
m M Mm m MHNg = J
H OEACLEISISSGLOBEJOIE
This is the day vre open with the greatest feature picture ever made
i j Globe ROOSEVELT IN AFRICA Theater
j
i fL The selection of pictures for this week is above the avorngc in all our houses including Essamivs
111ra big feature pictureTHE HAND OF UNCLE SAM
i raui
ut Several scenes of this picture were taken iu Mexico the Isthmus of Panama and the West A
I U S torpedo boat destroyer was especially procured for this famous picture and plays an important
J part in it
I Ina
a LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEEORACLE
ORACLE AND GLOBE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
u ISIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Itln
06 HAT PINS
HAT PINS
HAT PINS
hInt
mo rcq We bought 800 dozen lInt Pins to ho distributed among our outoftown houses and some of
Um them were so pretty we saved a number for our Ogden houses and hey will be given to tine Ladies
1 Wednesday and Thursday afternoon Thc ladies who Them
a < prefer the dishes may have them but we arc sure
Ind when you sec the Hat Pins you will want them I his is not a cheap shoddy lot of Hat Pins hut are as
ILrc good as those you pay 25 and 50 cents for We go t a bargain on this lot and can afford to give them
lire us souvenirs
foci
but THE CROWDS WILL
BE BIG THIS WEEK COME EARLY
I itiThi
citl R aa
RAilROAD MEN
MAKEPROTESI
They Object to Being Transferred From Ogden to Green River
WyomingChange of Headquarters of Utah Division of Un
ion Pacific is a Source of Much Discontent
Although it har been currently 10
ported In local rallronl circles for I
some limo that Superintendent Jot
fers headquarters would he removed
I from Ogden to Green JHvcr In tilt
ncnr future the formal announcement
made In the Standard Saturday lust
by General Manager Mohler that the
change would be made as soon as
the new depot at Green River was
completed and ready for occupancy
camo as an unpleasant surprise to at
taches of the Superintendents office
in this city Almost without excep
tion the members of Mr Jeffers loc
al staff are protesting at the re
moval and In conversation with a
Standard representative this morning
an old Union Pacific employo said
That Interview with General Man
ager Mohler regarding division head
quarters being removed from this city
to Green River and published In tho
Standard of last Saturday was a
corker and has been the subject of
discussion by local Union Pacific em
ployes ever since The change will
effect about twentyfive clerIcs and
many ot theso have families residing
at Ogdcn Some of these may bo for
tunate enough to he transferred to
thc assistant general superintendents
office when that official position Is
created and the appointment Is made
and the general office Is located here
but the change of Mr Joffers office
to Green River Is not a popular move
in any sense of tho term Tho trans
fer will simply dlsorpanl7o tho offlco
force as they will not go If they can
fitcure other positions here Green
River is a little hamlet of perhaps one
thousand people and pcraaps nino
hundred of these are directly or iu
dlnjctly connected with tho Union Pa
cific company There are no vacant
liouscH there at present and qua
terp for Mr Tcffcrs force will have
to bo erected before the move oc
curs Tho water Is horrible and there
Is nothing modern or inviting about
tho town All tine eating houses or
restaurants are owned and operated 1
by Chinamen except the railroad nv
taurnnt mid it Is practically imposs
ible to keep anybody but chinks and
Japs there As Boon as white em
tploycs can get a fairly decent stall
ahead they leave the town and it will
ho the same with clerks and emplo
es of Superintendent Jeffers office
Think of being cooped up In a ham
let of that character
It will probably bo several months
before Ihe contemplated change 1ft
made and we arc hopeful that Presi
dent Heywood and other business men
of Ogden may jncvall upon General
Manager Mohler to change his pur
pose and allow the division snpcriu
lendents office to remain hero where
It properly belongs and where the
employes are more than satisfied and
like to live It will cost 15 per cent
more to live in Green River than In
I Ogden and this consideration alone
ought to have some Influence with
tho Union Pacific officials
We realize that tho Standard wil
be a willing factor in trying to In
I flucucc Mr Mohler to change his
vlows in the matter and hope the ef
I forts of tho Standard will be on
donned by the business men of the
city in protesting against the change
VALUATIONS IN
CITY AND COUNTY
Property in Ogden and V eber County is Placed at 18500000
City Real Estate Assessment is Increased 684578
For Purpose of Taxation
At the session of the board of
county commissioners this morning
County Assessor Edwin DIx submit
ted tho tax roll showing the assessed
valuation for Wobcr county for the
year 1010 On total valuation theie
is a nincrcasc over last year of
1303031
With the assciliohts by the stare
boprd WQbef countys total valua
tion will bo approximately 1S500000
Tho total for Weber county ror 1910 i
is 15GS31SS to which must be add
ed the assessments by the state board I
II
These assessments last year amounted
to 27G1G27 As the assessments of
the state board will be increased about
jO000 It will bring Weber countys
grand valuationf6f 1910 up to the
eighteen and a half million mark
In tho schedule below which is
made in a comparative form the in
crease In valuation Is shown The In
crease In real estate in the county
outside of the city Is light this year
on account of the Increases that wore
rondo last year The Increase in real
estate In tho city is GS578
The following Is the schedule of tin
assessed valuation in Ogden CIO and
I probably what caused Frank Hyde
formerly chef in tho Fifth East hotel
of Salt Lake City to take his life
by drowning in Ogden river at a point
between the Hermitage and the Lewis
property sometime during the past few
days The body was discovered Sun
day afternoon by two boys who 1m
mediate advised Sheriff Wilson who
with Deputies DeVise and Murphy
removed the body from tint river
The various marks upon it and the
fact that nothing which might lead to
tho Identification first led the officers
to believe that it was a case of mur
der
derThe
The theory is advanced that the
man went to the canyon at a point be
low tho Hermitage drank the contents
of a poison bottle and then threw him I
self Into tho river after balnp fully
destroyed c cry tiling In Ills pockets
that would lead to his Identification
Tho fact that tho river Is very high
and rough and filled with many rocks
between tho point where Iho man is
supposed to have entered the river
and where his body was found nc
counto for the number of ugly wounds
and bruises on his body
It was learned that the man came
to Ogden about ten days ago and reg
istered at tho Reed Hotel lIe ar
rived at the hotel ou the evening of
April 1th and left on the morning at
April 12 AB ho UHS leaving tho hotel
ho told Chief Clerk Hell Hales that
be weu expecting u letter and for him
to hold It until ho was heard from
Weber county for the years of 1909
and 1910 showing the Increases
Ogden City
Real estate 1910 lS43121
Real estate 1909 4158513
Increase 5 C4S57S
Improvements 11UO 415427
Improvements 1909 3905122
I Increaso 249151
Merchandise J910 41310411
Merchandise J003 12972ij
Increaso 43131
Total personal 1910 52920210
Total personal 1909 2065339
Increase 5 2GOS77
Total assessment 1910 11923C10
Total assessment 1909 1072900
Increase 1194MI
Weber County OutSIde Ogden City
Real Estate 1910 21319yi
Heal estate 1909 2126819
Increase 5177
Improvements 1910 7SIG27
IiTjprovemcnts 1909 7o20r
Increase 5 29571
Personal 1910 85195
Iorfional 1909 771077
Increase 71275
Grand total valuation en
tiro county 1910 15GS31SS
Grand total valuation en
tire county 1909 11379551
Increaso 1303034
I
DEAD MAN HAS A
BROTHER BOS
Frank Hyde Whose Body Was Taken From Ogden River Sunday
Afternoon Had Been a Chef in Salt Lake De
spondency Causes SelfDestruction
Despondency dune to illhealth Is Hyde suuent thr rnrnnnn nm1 11
I hotel and then left It Is presumed
that ho went to the canyon on tho af
ternoo of the 12th and committed
suicide as his body bears evidences
of having been in the water a number
of days
Pine letter that Hyde was looking
for arrived about throe days after he
left The card in tho corner of the
envelope shows hat It is from Win
Held S Hyde Boise Idaho From tho
people at the Fifth East hotel it was
learned that the brother of the dead
man was formerly a banker in Fargo
North Dakota nnd is wealthy He
left Farso a number of months ago
and went to Boise Idaho where ho is
now engaged In business Undertaker
E A Ijirkiu who has charge of the
I remains of tho dead man has tele
graphed the brothar at Boise
The dead man was about forty
years of ago and bolo tIll appearance
of a man who was physically infirm
During the week be was nt tho Reed I
Hotel hue complained of illness He
appeared as a quiet and unassuming
man and did not seem to caro about
mixing with the guests ot the house
The body will bo hold pending Ito
receipt of advices from the dead mans
other
I THE DOCTOR DIDHJ
I SAY AS QUOTED
A Salt UiKe paper charges that Dr I
Condo last night at thu CongreLn
Jonah church attached tho city coun
cil for not being moro generous with
city funds for the city parks and
croundB when the facts are that
every one who heard him declares that
he did not mention the city council In
or
suggestion
neither by
any way
otherwise
In talking with n Standard reporter
this morning the doctor nays he paid
a hiRh and deserved compliment to
the park board and as for the money
allowed by tho city council he says
that considering our financial condi
I tion and the great need of urgent
I work In other directions and the com
pelont anr resourceful ability of thc
I I park commission they may bo able to
I Ret along very well on what tho city
council voted though It Is a pity more
money is not available nut as for
condouininK the cIty council or thc
park board ho had not reason for do
ing so and never dreamed of such a
thins
BOYS HaD ON
IBURGlARY CHARGE
The police have solved the mystery
of tho ShupeWilliams burglary which
occurred Saturday night and a whole
sale arrest of Ogden youngsters will
probably result during the day
Vine candy factory was entered
through a side window some time dur
ing time night mentioned and a quan
tity of sweets stolen the Intruders
leavliiK by the front door
yesterday two Ogden boys Law
romeo Molding and Jim Johns were
arrested iu company with a colored
youth from out of town who gao thc
name of Albert Thomnn Investiga
tion developed the fact that Thoman
was the Instigator of the theft and In
his confession he Is said to have impli
cated a local boy known ns Pug
Couroy
A large quantity of candy was lo
cated on Pacific avenue between
Twentyeighth and Twentyninth
streets and the four boys together
with some live others repaired there
yesterday and proceeded to Indulge
in a royal feast of prize chocolates
Further developments arc expected by
the police
cJOC1ETY
GARLHUNTER
At the cozy homo ot Mr and Mrs
Paul M Loc 719 Twentyseventh
street at C oclock Saturday evening
Melvin A Hunter a popular young
employe of the Utah National bank
and formerly of Elkhart Ind and
Miss Elslo M Gnrl of Elkhart were
united In marriage with Rev J 13
Carver officiating and a few of
the Immediate relatives and friends
in attendance The home was attract
ively decorated and while the cere
mony was conducted along the lines
of simplicity It was most Impressive
The bride wns charming in a siuipo
gown of white embroidery a cluster
of spring flowers adding 10 her at
tractiveness Mr and Mrs Hunter
will mftke their home at 27G1 Jcffer
tout avenue
THOS E REEN AT
WEBER ACXOEMY
Thc Vebcr Academy lecture course
committee Is pleased to announce
Its next number Dr Thus E Green
Wednesday evening Aiprll 20 Dr
Green Is an orator of national repu
and always holds his audience spell
bound Ills descriptive ability Is lit
tle sinortof n marvel and hla voice die
tlon thought and manner make him
0110 of tho greatest speakers now be
fore the public Those who heard Dr
Grooms three years ago are lavish In
their praise
TOLSTOI CIRCLE
I Mrs R Mole entertained the mem
bers of Tolstoi Circle last Tuesday
I afternoon at her home 2571 Lincoln
avenue
Tho topic for study was The Sim I
ple Life Mrs A Howe leading tho I
discussion Mrs Allco Edwards read I
tho beautiful poem An Hour With
Whlttler anti timely topic Roose
velt Versus tine Pope wns taken up
by Mrs C H Gosling a most in
teresting discussion following
During thc social hour delicious re
freshments worn served after which
the meeting adjourned to moot April
19 with Ilrs T W Clancy at her
home 2325 Child avenue
UNITY TRUTH CENTER
The Unity Truth Center oC Op
den aNew Thought society was
organized ono week ago at time homo
of Mrs T j Sharp 771 Twentyfourth I
street Yesterdays meeting was bold
at the same place the loplc of the
session being In Tune With tho In I
finite A lady
speaker of sonio note L
fiom Salt JaUc addressed the society
and a very Interesting meeting was
had
Thc Halcyon club will moot next I
Saturday afternoon with Mrs D J
atone
Mrs Ezra Rich
ra will entertain nt a
card party at her home 2C52 Wash
ington avenue next Thursday after
noon
Mrs H II Spencer will entertain
a number of guests at Bridge and Flvo
Hnudred tomorrow aftcinoon
Mrs R E Bristol will entertain a
large company Wednesday evening
THEATRE
Both Phones 323
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1
GORDON ELDRID CO
PrrCntliiB thc himioroun sketch Won
by n 1t cv by Jlncoln J Carter
LAVINECHYIARON TRIO
Groqu comrdj ami dancing travesty
ImtiKlnutlin
CHARLES W BOWSER
EDITH HINKLE
Ana their company In Supor tltlon1 a
modern plnylot by Oliver White
THE DEED BROTHERS
Lnlnnf1 KxmnnpiH a combination of
strength skill and comedy
FRED WATSON
Tho Student
Harry FIDDLER and
SHELTON Byron
Who wltif play and Impersonate
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES
LATEST NOVELTIES
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
the affair being In honor of her fath
er and mother who are here from Chi
cago
BEAUTIFULLY ARRANGED AFFAIR
One of the largest and most beau
tifully arranged affairs of last week
was the tea given by Mrs Abbot R
Heywood and her mother Mrs John
WllUain Guthrle lo 125 of their friends
nt their iiorne Saturday afternoon
Mrs Heywood and Mrs Guthrie were
assisted In receiving by Mrs Fred J
Kiescl and Mrs Phillips of Salt Lake
Mrs E W Matson and Mrs George
McCormick assisted in thc dining
room and Miss Mathllde Phillips and
Mrs Henry E True poured Punch
was served by Miss Daisy Maglnnis I
and Miss Loretta Whalen Pink and
silver were used in the decorations
throughout tho house and carnations
adorned the dining room hall and den
The table looked beautiful with a bas
ket of pink roses and a cloth of cluny r
lace The cello mandolin and guitar
music furnished by Mr Stowcll of the
Mandolin and Guitar club was one of
tho most enjoyable features of thcnf
ternoon
Thc Halcyon Club will meet next
Saturday afternoon with Mrs D J
Malone
I
Mrs Ezra Rich will entertain at a
card part at her home 2C52 Wash
ington avenue next Thursday after
noon
Mrs II H Spencer will entertain
I a number of guests at Bridge and
i Five Hundred tomorrow afternoon
Mrs R E Bristol will entertain
largo company Wednesday evening
the affair being In honor of her father
and mother who arc here from Chi
ROBD cago TRAIN l
ARRIVES IN OGDEN j
1
Southern Pacific passenger traIn
No JLO held up and robbed by ban
dits at Port Costa early Sunday
Morning arrived at Ogden this morn
Ing three hours Into The mall ca >
gave little evidence of tho Incident
and passengers arriving on the de
layed train say they wcro not material
ly annoyed or seriously disturbed
the train robbers
The holdnip occurred on Superin
tendent W A Whitneys division be
tween Oakland and Sacramento and
local railroad men express the belief
that tho trick was turned by Butch
Cassidy and coterie of Wyoming
desperadoes They also maintain that
during Superintendent Whitneys mil
ioad experience through Wyoming ho
entered into an agreement with
Cnssidy and his gang of outlaws to
leave Union Pacific trains alone in
his territory and that this compact
was kept religiously during Whltuoyn
oflclal career on the Union Pacific
Tho boys ear however that tine
agreement did not Included Southern
Pacific trains and the toughs now re
gard Whitneys division as open to in
vasion from big former friends and
admirers of the Big Hole country
VIOLATiON Of
PURE fOOD LAW J
1 W Norton appeared in police
court and pleaded not guilty to sell
Ins soda water containing saccha
rine and the time for bearing thc
matter was loft with thc city attorney
and counsel for Mr Norton The com
plaint Is sworn to by the state food
and dairy Inspector Willard Hanson
charging that the ndultoritlnn nf the
I soda water occurred March ISth of
this year Mr Norton was released
on his own recognizance pending the
time for the hearing
i
IN MEMORY OF GRIGGS
Washington D C April ligulo
gles wore delivered In the house of
representatives today in honor of the
memory of tIne late Representative
James Gri gs ot Georgia who died In
January
I
THOUGHTFUL INTEREST
lie who Inns his
own interest
interest at heart or the
of those near und dear to him
will give
careful
consideration to the matter of security for
hk f
interest and tho increase of same at compound
III no better isny can this be attained than by S
hU1ug an accomll with the Commercial
National
Bark where j
for you will receive absolute protection
our
Vn money and a lilpral rate of interest I
lour L
account is invited
Pour per cent Interest I vi
> t Paul on Savings Accounts
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