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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAP WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1910
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UNION LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phonetwo rings No M
Ball Phone two ring No 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone ono ring No 68
Bell Phone on rlnpNo 04
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REfERENCES
Advertisers IUKBI nave their copy Tor
tba Evening Standard tho ovonlnc be
fore the day on which tho advertise
ment Is to appear In order to insure
publication
New Auto Agent Angus Kennedy
of the Kennedy onfo Rthlu city ban
been appointed agent lav ebor coun
t > for the Ford AutdmobUo company
A H Morodith of Salt Lake City
drove down from Salt Lake In a
Ford car yesterday and lip reports a
good many sales In his territory
Cool call tip Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and Black
Collldco With AutoForeigners at
tempting to learn the art of bicycle
riding created excitement at 7
oclock last night when one riding on
the wrong side of the street collided
with nn automobile driven by Tobo
Tribe at the corner of Twentyfourth
street and Washington avenue Pa
trolman Al HerrIck helped to extri
cate tho foreigner but as he was nt
fault and suffered no damago other
than a broken bicycle wheel no ar
+ hosts wero necessary
Castlo Gate Clear Creek and Rock
Springs coal 5 60 por ton cash on
delivery Phono 119 RobC B Lewis
For SaleOld mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
General Superintendent J M Davis
of the 0 S L wont north yesterday
on a brief Inspection trip
COAL Call tip Parker k Co Tor
rates on lump nut and alack Parker
Coal Co
Call Allen pnonca 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
c specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage < 12 25th
Laramlo Men Her Charles II
Harris a prominent business man of
w yomlng and manager of the Laramlo
Grocery company arrived in Ogden
yesterday morning to visit his sister
Mrs Anna M Wright Mr Harris
is accompanied by his wife and son
Harold and may locate permanently
in the city and engage in business or
acquire fruit land adjacent to Og
dun
You can get your Spring Hat for
onehalf city prices at the Five Polnia
Millinery 238 Washington Ave
GRANTED A DIVORCE TO
ESTABLISH A LEGAL DEATH
Phoenix Ariz April 27Mrs Mat
tie McCormick formerly of Washing
ton D C was granted a divorce yes
terday from John P McCormick on
tho technical ground of desertion The
proceeding was part of a process to
establish legally the fact of tho death
of her husband who Is supposed to
liavo drowned himself at sea off Nor
folk Va In 1901
McCormick wrote a lettor before
boarding a steamer telling his wife
sIlO would never see him again lie
had become financially Involved ac
cording to her testimony and the pre
Gumption was that he Jumped over
board
JACK JOHNSON
EXPECTS ViCTORY
Jack Johnson champion heavy
weight pugilist of tho world passed
through Ogden yesterday afternoon
vn route to California where ho will
soon take up active training for his
fight with Jeffries
Tho big black appeared In excellent
condition and spoke confidently of 11h
coming struggle with tho invincible
Jeff
You can take It from me said
Johnson that Jeffries will never re
gain the form that tho fans expect
him to lies too old and has been
out of the game altogether too long
The fart that he has never boon de
feated Is a certain advantage which
will help any one Neither confidence
training or anything olse however
will restore to a retired athlete tho
form which was once his and Jeff
will be found no exception to the rule
I expect the fight to go no longer
than 1C rounds and I am confident
that I can stop hlhi before that I
shall enter the ring In hotter condi
tion that 1 huvo ever boon hoforo In
my lifo because I shall lime taken
more care in training for the fight
than for any previous battle I never
felt better havo not trained an hour
HS yet and expect to start active work
about May first
Johnson was accompanied by his
wife Henry Roberts Manager George
Little and wife Secretary SIg Hart
and wife Kid Cotton the welterweight
fighter Joe Cutler a heavyweight
boxer and others Training headquar
ters arc being arranged at Seal Rocks
Ocean Park near the site of tho old
Cliff house San Francisco
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Citizens Ogden I
Boost for your city by using OQ
DEN MADE FLOUR It costs you no
more and every sack you uso Is a
boost for your town
In that way you make a Chicago
of Ogden Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
MAY GUT lAGOON
INTO TOWN lOTS
SALT LAKE April 2Glf Lagoon
cannot bo made to pay with the rail
road faro at 60 cents the round trip
I will cut tho resort up Into town lots
and sell It said Simon Bambcrger
president arid general manager of the
Lagoon route this morning
The fare to Lagoon will be 60
cents this year he continued and it
will remain 60 cents for the round
trip as long as I own the controlling
Interest In the road
The Salt Lake Ogden railroad
will be run In the future for the ac
commodation of traffic along the line
and for the benefit of till the patrons
of the road
It does not appear to be good busi
ness policy to make the resort traffic
a big feature for only three months to
the detriment of the other business
that lasts the year around I might
put It In this way We are not going
to let the tall wag tno dog In this
case Lagoon is the tall and I dont
propose that it shall wag the road
Mr Bamberger stated that the busi
ness of the road between this city and
Ogden Is rapidly Increasing and that
there Is no reason to doubt that it will
continue to increase when the road Is
operated by electricity which he said
would be by May 16
Of course said Mr Bamberger
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CONVENIENCE SAFETY PROMPTNESS AND
COURTESY
These arc four important features for you to
consider when desiring to open a Bank Account
They arc all afforded you hero and we invite
your account and banking business of the most lib
eral terms consistent with absolute security
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
Ogden Utah
Capital or 10000000
Surplus and Profits 10000000
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Top and Automatic Windshield extra r
Roomy comfortable handsome powerful flftymilesan
hour fast on the hills off like a thoroughbred as soon as you
open the throttle
Quiet smoothrunning and
LIGHTWEIGHT Tire exponse and other upkeep costs
reduced to a minimum
The Reo is horo to provo itself to you
Becraft Automobile Co
I AGENTS OGDEN UTAH
we think that Lagoon la a beautiful
resort ono of tho finest If not tho
1 finest In the state We would like to
sco It a success not only tho coming
summer but In many seasons yet to
como but we are not going to try to
make IL a success at the expense of
the rest of tho business of the road
If people wish to yillll tho resort ai
tho added cost we will be glad to do
all In our power to make their visits
pleasant If they do not care In como
wo will do something else with tho
resort but wo will not reduce tle rail
road fare
I want to say as ponltlvely as I can
make the statement that as long as I I
am In control of tho road the fare to
Lagoon will not be lower than 50 cents
for the round trip
RAID MADE mJ
GAMBliNG HOUSE
A gambling house on lower Twenty
fifth street was raided yesterday aft
ernoon and a nuuibor of persons taken
Into custody Tho raid was conducted
by Detectives Pendor Chambers and
Burke who had been quietly tipped off
to the fact that a certain game wits
running with considerable money in
sight
Those booked at police headquar
ters charged with gambling gave the
following name Pnnk H Jones A
Stewart James C Taylor U S Bock
E J Foley J YV Caldwell B F
Ilynes and J L Saunders Nothing
spectacular occurred during tho raid
and tho men arrested camo quietly to
tho station where they deposited ball
to the amount of 100 each pod were
released
MADMAN CAUSE
OF PERPLEXITY
Sheriff Wilson IB perplexed as to
the proper disposition to make of Mat
too Vallano tho unfortunate Italian
who aroused considerable excitement
recently In the vicinity of the foot
hills east of town and who was re
garded by some as a wild man
A board of examines Investigated
his mental condition yesterday with
the assistance of an Italian Interpre
ter but little could be be
yond tho fact that the man was ap
parently out of his mind at times al
though nothing of a dangerous char
actor
It was learned that he had been in
New York for three years and had
walked from that city to Kansas City
and thence to Denver working here
and there for a time and then con
tinuing his stroll He explained his
adventures at the farm of Mr Horn
to the effect that ho was hungry but
could not make the people at the
house understand what he wanted
Despairing of communicating his
wants he proceeded to give them a
demonstration the fact that he was
hungry resulting In his being chased
into the mountains by Jailer Anderson
and Officer Lever and son
Tho sheriff stated last evening that
he would probably keep the man In
custody for a few days longer until
he has recovered hie strength and
then release him the board not having
committed him to the state asylum
The mans feet are still badly swol
len and covered with sores and blis
ters caused by his climb In the rocks
wearing but a pair of old rubber boots
IBrolfBch allf ubes
AU Stuffed Up
While a resident of Washington D
C I suffered continually and Intense
ly with a bronchial trouble that was
simply terrible to endure I would
have spells that 1 could hardly
breathe I would choke up fill up In
my throat and bronchial tubes and
the doctoring that I did and the rem
edies used were of no benefit to mo
whatever I heard about Booths Hy
omcl being so beneficial In catarrhal
and bronchial affections and procured
an outfit I received relief from the
first by its use I continued with It
and received a curo It Is about two
oars since I have Buffered at all from
my former troubleMrs R L Pan
nail 404 N Augusta Street Staunton
Va March 26 1009
Hyomcl guaranteed by BADCONS
PHARMACY to cure catarrh croup
bronchitis coughs colds and sore
throat or money back
A complete Hyomel pronounced
Highomc outfit costs 100 at drug
gists everywhere This Includes a hard
rubber pocket Inhaler and bottle of
Ilyomel extra bottles Hyornel cost
50c Free sample bottle and booklet
from Booths HyoracI Co Buffalo N
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STATES HEALTH GOOD
SAYS BOARD REPORT
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The March bulletin of thC state
board of health which was Issued jon
loiday shows the total number of
deaths during the month to ho 301
Including 21 not ported the month
boforo There wero 114 districts re
ported I
Localities free from contagious dis
ease numbered 78 The report also
shows 285 cases of scarlet fever with
5 deaths 112 cases of smallpox with
no deaths 3C cases of diphtherIa with
7 deaths 27 cases of typhoid lover
I with I deaths 275 cases of whooping
cough with 0 deaths 50 cases of
measles with no deaths 105 cases of
chickenpox with no deaths 106 cases
of pneumonia with 3F deaths u
cases of consumption with 12 deaths
COMMERCE COURT
CAUSE OF DISPUTE
WASHINGTON April 26Thf rail
road bill was the ono conspicuous fea
ture before both the senate and the
house today In the house the In
surgents Joining the Democrat
practically took charge of tho nioan
urt They succeeded In having adopt
ed numerous amendments one of
4cjhlcJti wonld remove from the pros
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reach Cut out the expensive foods for a while
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tain strength Make your meat
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m meat or eggs It is more nourishing costs much I
less It is always the same pricealways clean
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always pure always the same Your grocer sells it
ShreddedWheat Biscuit is made of the
I f I whole wheat steamcooked shredded I
r and baked in the cleanest finest food
factory in the world It is readycooked
f7 L readytoserve Two Shredded Wheat
Trt Biscuits heated in the oven to restore I
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for a half day s work If you like it for
breakfast you will like it for any meal I
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apples sliced bananas stewed prunes
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United States the authority for or
ganization of the court of commerce
Tim entire day way devoted to discuss
Ing and voting on tho commerce court
provision
A motion by Mr Hubbard of Iowa
to strike out the entire commerce
court provision was defeated by a tlo
vote
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In the senate Mr Clapp of Minne
sota hurled defiance at the adminis
tration and regular party leaders In
congress for the supposed effort to
rend Insurgent senators out of the
party Mr Clapp Intlmatod the peo
plo were not following the leaders
who he said were merely reading
themseles out of the party by tho
course they were adopting Ho took
especial exception to the recent speech
of Attorney General Wlckersham
Senator Hughes denounced the rail
road bill as a whole and Mr Heyburn
undertook to combaL tho contention
hat the CrawfordElkins provision nul
lified tho Sherman antitrust law so
far as It affected the railroads
Voting on the amendments CSf tho
railroad bill began fn the house late
today It became evident practically
all the Insurgents were voting with
tho Democrats
Cooper Amendment
The amendment of Rep Cooper of
Wisconsin to strengthen the provision
that the commerce court should not
have Jurisdiction exceeding that of
tho circuit courts wits adopted 13ft
to 90 Then by a vote of 143 to US
tho amendment of Rop Lenroot of
Wisconsin for the designation of the
judges of the commerce court by the
supreme court of tbt United States
Instead of by tho dUe justice of tho
supreme court was adopted
Mr Lenroot offered another amend
ment providing tho commerce court
should be organized In tho first in
stance by the supremo court instead
of by the president as recommended
by the Interstate commerce commis
sion in tho bill reported to tho house
This amendment was carried 135 to
131 the Insurgents voting almost
solidly to take this power from the
president
The house acting as in committee
of tho whole no record vote was tak
en the voting being viva voce by
division and by tellers
Hubbard Motion
Upon the motion of Mr Hubbard
of Iowa to strike out tho entire para
graph relating to a commerce court
Mr Bennett of New York In true chair
announced the vote Ions 131 to 130
and then announced his own vole In
the negative which defeated the mo
tion Mr Fltzssrald of New York
protested that the chair had not the
right to vote in such a case hut this
point of order waS quickly overruled
A demand for a vote by teller was
demanded While this vote was bo
ing taken Speaker Cannon came into
the house from his private room to
rote with the party organization The
vote by tellers wan HO to 1II9 Mr
Bennett again voting In tho negative
This tlo vote defeated the motion to
strike out the provision
file dnfoat of the motion wan ac
oompllehpd only uftor the greatest ac
tivity on the part of the majority to
summon regular Republicans Anoth
or spectacular feature of thin otc won
the hurried entrance of the speaker
without n collar He had boon called
unexpectedly when there was not a
moment to lose v
One Democrat Mr Russell of Tcxnu
voted with the regular Republicans on
every motion The Insurgents va
ried In their voting At times an
many as 25 voted with the Demo
crats while on other motions the
numbers wore reduced to about a
dozen
Macons Amendment
The amendment Mr Macon of Ar
kansas to reduce tho number of judges
on the commerce court from fho tq
three and that of Mr Wanger of
Pennsylvania to Increase their terms
of service on the court from five to
ten years were defeated
Another amendment Mr Lenroot
of Wltconsin insuring the right to
appeal to the supreme court of tho
United suitce In special cases was de
feated 134 to 135J
Rep Morris SbCPPard of Texan RUn
posing the important amendment bad
been disposed of went to the house
barber shop but no sooner had his
head rested on the chair his collar
removed wbenR nietsicnser rushed in
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vote With towel wrapped neck he
quickly made his way to tho floor ar
riving In tlmo to pass between the
tellers
Mr Madison of Kansas an Insur
gent offered an amendment reducing
from sixty to seen days the period
during which an order of the Inter
state commerce commission might be
suspended by the commerce court
pending application to the court for
Its Injunction in certain cases The
Insurgents very generally voted for
the amondment which was carried
138 to 121
The commerce court provision had
not been disposed of when Mr Mann
of Illinois in charge of the bill moved
to lay the measure aside for the day
When the railroad bill Is finally re
ported from the committee of the
whole to tho house any or all of the
amendments adopted today may again
be voted upon and a roll call on any
rote may be demanded
SI HOY MUST TELL
OFFICIALS ABOUT IT
Chinese Is Charged With IKcgal En
try Into United States
Salt lake April 2SI Hoy the
Chinese who was taken into custody
by the local United States Immigra
tion officials Monday for being In this
country illegally was formally arrest
ed Tuesday morning when a com
plaint was issued by United States
Commissioner Charles Baldwin The
Chinese was arraigned before Com
missioner Baldwin In the afternoon
and had his ball fixed at 500 which
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custody l
Hoy is saId lo have been smuggled
into the country from China since
the passage of the Chinese exclusion
act by congress and when he was
asked for papers showing that ho was
a resident of this country before tilt
law was passed or was born here
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could not show them Ho was first
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detected In this country three weeks
ago by V Yaatlmon Immigration In
spector at the local office Ho an
swors tho description of a Chinese
who Is supposed to have been smug
gled Into this country His trial was
sot for May 26 1910 and If he cannot
provo that he has a right to be In
this country he will be deported
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