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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY MAY 41 1910 7 l
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Good Picking
Indeed A t
What we nre referring to is
I OlR stock of shoes for men and
boys wear
We arent given to blowing
tour bornbut these stocks of
i ours when vre look them over
wake us feel so enthusiastic that
iwo cannot Help but Vifch YOU
t to know nboufHhem It S
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Would YOU drop in and sec
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Watson Tanner
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Yourself Interview your gro
t cer and Insist upon having
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
sent to you for all making purposes
If you do the baking younfelf youll
nato the instantaneous Improvement
that follow the ntroductloh of
Peorys Crescent Flour Into any houle
Suo your grocer about it today
PEERYS CRESCENT FLOUR
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REfERENCES i
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Continued from Page Five
WE HAVE Installed a new uptodate
dyeing plant and are now
PREPARED TO DYE nil classes of
garments
COME AND HELP BURY US with
work
Ogden Steam Laundry Dyers and
Cleaners +
Former Nurse MarriedMiss Kel
ler for the paSL throe years chief
nurse for Dr J K Ainswbrth chief
surgeon for tho Southern Pacific syc
tem was recently married toDr D L
Pardee of Icxfco and the couple will
hereafter bo denizens of tho empire
under tho control of President Diaz
Mis Stella Fenner of San Francisco
has been appointed chief nurse on the
staff of Dr Alnsworth
Has tho Census Enumerator seen
you If not telephone to the Weber
club either phono No 11 and ask
for Mr Reynolds the secretary IL
means much forOgden to have every
man woman and child enumerated
at this time
Freght Blocks Road Another
freight train wreck in the vicinity of
Tnnnessce Pass oat of Grand Junc
tion on the Rio Grando system tied
up traffic along that rood last evening
1 for several hours and trains duo In
tills city late Tuesday afternoon were
delayed between five and six hours
The track has been cleared however
and train service has been resumed
according to schedule
Maude Adams at the Salt Lako the
ater Saturday May 7th afternoon ahd
oxenlng Special train via the D R
G at 700 p m returns at 1130 pm
Round trip faro 100 Six other
trains
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Accommodation of A I
new writing desk has been placed In I
the waiting room of tho Union pas
senger station for the accommodation
of passengers on tho Harrirnan lines
converging here
The mesh brilliant musical event I of
tho season will be the childrens May
day festival at the Tabernacle Friday
evening and Saturday afternoon
Dont miss It Watch for tho pro
gram
A B Stevenson superintendent of
tho Idaho division of the Shot Line
stomcame down from thsnorlh In
his prlvgtocar Teton this mpjnjng
and after confercnce with local rail
road men continued on tothe capital I
city In response to an order from Gen I
eral Manager Bancroft
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Dont fail to ceo tho May Queen
with her dancing falrlesjind hear the
chorus of 200 voices next Friday and
Saturday at tho Tabernacle Take the
family
Union TJepot Matron Mrs i Anna G
Van Names widow of a former en
gineer of tho Southern Pacific rail
road has boon selected for chief ma
tron ot the Union Depot at Ogden and
will bo Installed in the position by
Depot Master John Shields In a few
nays Tho position of second matron
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MOST FORTUNES
i have originated from the first dollar saved and the
starting of a hank account has started many a man
on the mad to success
Why let your money remain idle Put it in the
Commercial National Dank where it will grow at
Compound interest
1 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
Capital 10000000
Surplus and Profits 10000000
PERCHERON STALLIONS
J j For the past thirty years I have been engaged in import
ing and breeding Percheron stallions and mares I make per
sonal visits to France every year and as a result my horses arc
the best that can be procured in the natural home of the Perch
crons
When buying for my farm the quality of the animal both
physical and from the standpoint of ancestry are determining
c factors and cost to me is a secondary matter The natural re
sult is that I import the best stallions that come to America
and the offspring of my importations include as good individ
uals as are to be found anywhere
The opening of this season finds me with not less than a
hundred head of splendid animals ready for sale all of which
are sold or a genuine representation all flaws and faults being
carefully disclosed to intended buyers
i If you are interested in the breeding of Percheron horses
a visit to our branch barn at Ogden Rear Badcons
I Pharmacy where we always have a stock of stallions on hand
w will be both pleasant and profitable to you
t We are glad to have prospective purchasers investigate as
to our standing and square methods of doing business A most
liberal guarantee is furnished with each horse
We absolutely guarantee to furnish you a stallion cheaper
and on bettor terms quality considered than any other firm in
America
M hr AYRES SHENANDOAH IOWA
C RATLIFF General Manager Ogden Utah
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OGDEN UTAH
1 Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates I
of Deposit
CAPITAL 10000000
SURPLUS 11500000
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r OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
I H C igelojvr President A P Bigelow Cashier I
J M Browning Vice Prest J E Halverson Asst Cashr
G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmloy L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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1 r e uoOcae
has not yet been filled but since the
r announcement Jh the t Sudaijof
Tuesday veveihig th tneM Mnatrob s
j would be appointed Colonel Shields
has been surrounded by applicants
1 for the place As far as possible se
I lections of tibia character are nlndo
from the families of railroad men wjio
have passed away while In the ser
vice of the Southern Pacific company
Has the Census Enumerator seen
you If not telephone to the Wqber
club either phone No 11 and oak
for Mr Reynolds the secretary It
means much for Ogden to have every
man woman and child enumerated at
this time
Land Seekers A party of fifteen
people in search of desirable agricul
tural lands will arrive atOgden Friday
day morning In charge of represent
atlvea of tike Luce Land company ot
Minneapolis Tho land hunters mute
en routo to Oregon and will remain
over at Ogdcn and Salt Lake one
day leaving for Portland Friday even
ing This Is tho fifth party of home
seekers escorted to Oregon through
Ogden this spring and tho Luce com
pany management Is establishing an
enviable reputation for Increasing tho
population of western states with n
desirable class of settlors It is un
derstood tho Luce people will direct
their attention to vacant lands In Ida
ho In he near future and will colon
ize several districts along new and
projected lines of the Oregon Short
Line system
Grand May day musical festival by
Weber Stake S S children next Fri
day S pr m and Saturday 230 p m
at Ogden tabernacle Adults 25c
children under 1U 10 cents
In the divorce caso of Myrtle Hut
chinson asuiust Fred Hutchinson
which is now pending jn the district
court tho defendant has filed an an
swer In which the allegations of the
plaintiff except that they aro husband
told wife are denied Ho asks for a
dlamlsaal the action
For rent four room modern iious
2935 Grant Inquire 472 27th
Johanna Emmertson and Mary Em
mertson Mires have tiled a petition
In the probate division of the district
court for the Issuance of letters pf
administration tcr jho Jane Ju estate
of Ktind Emraortson rlercjiged The
deceased died at jHunts U10 June 20
1909 and left an ostatg Vftlued at 1
000 The her arc tbe vvjfo and four
children
Call for B 0 Butter if you want i
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tho be t
AG 15 for Dlvorcci Klounor Brush I
has brought stilt for divorce inrtho
district court n ln8lRO crt Brush
upon tho grounds of nonsupjport ChI
couple were married at Kemmerer
Wyoming in December 1309
Removed T D Johnson has moved
his law office to Booms 51920 First
Natlonnl Bank Building
Planllng FryIt is stated by State
Fish and Game Commrssloncr Fred
W Chambers that during the week
there will be planted In Emery and
carbon counties 17fT000 trout fry and
Rich County will be given IHOOOn Thin
is tho first planting In Rich county
streams
Suit for S49J S Carver Sons I
have commenced suit In the civil dl
vision of tho municipal court against
C E Mayo to recover g49 alleged
to be due on an accounL
1 00 round trip to Salt Lake ev
ery Sunday via D K G + Choice of
six trains Fastest time
Advertising Ogden CanyonThe
Ogden Rapid Transit company has
Just finished the publication ota neat
window card advertising Ogden can
yon and its resorts Tho card is
embellished with ulna half tono cuts
of canyon views and the reading mat
ter calls attention In red letters to I
the Scenic Line of Ogden Canyon
and tho Hermitage Idlowlld and
tho Oaks It also speaks of the un
rivaled majesty of tho canyon scen
ery and the 5000 feet abovo seadoveh
mecca of Utah Tho cards Will not
only be used In Ogden but In other
cities of Utah and adjoining states
WANTEDA solicitor for the Stand
ard In the city Call at Standard of
fice after 5 p m
The fruit growers of Ogden and vi
cinity look upon the storm of today
with uncertainty They ore fearful
that there will be clearup and
freeze after the storm that will dam
age the fruit Tho asphalt workers
on Twentyfifth street also have a
grievance over the storm They were
retarded in their work this afternoon
New Buildings J S Burrows Is
erecting a residence on Herrick ave
nue between Twentyslxth and Twen
tyseventh streets that will cost up
wards of 2500 Mrs George Maulc
has begun tho construction of a dwel
ling house on Adams avenue between
Twentythird and Twentyfourth
streets The building will cost ovor
1000
Finest carnations Ogden fresh
cut every day Cauliflower plants
cabbage plants and tomato plants In
fine shapo Either hundred or thous
and lots Varneys Bell 813I Ind
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Health LawoAl a meeting of tho
city board of health yesterday after
noon It was decided that stops be
taken toward the enforcement of the
health laws of the city regarding tho
cleaning of yards and public places
and expectorating on the sidewalks
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Life is the art of giving
pleasure v s I
IMPKMLES
MOUTH brzce
CIGA rTTES
have added much to life for they
arc pleasing thousands of discrim
inating smokers who appreciate
the art of good tobacco well blend
ed They will please you too
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO Mfr
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TONIGHT Nlson WolgastFight Pictures TONIGHT
OGDEN THEATER
I I Prices i e aid 25c A Few Reserved Seats at 35c I
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and Irustorcs The health of tho com
munity was reported to bo good huts
as a matter 9 precaution and tho
maintenance of good health It was I
thought beat to enforce the sanitary
regulations of the city as prescribed
by the revised ordinances
You can get your Spring Hat for
onehalf city prices at tho Five Points
Mllllnory 23S Washington AYe
550 cash butS a ton of Best Roclc
Springs on the market Phono 27
John Farr I
100 to Salt Lake and return via
the D R 0 Saturday May 7th
Special train at 700 p m Returns at 1
1130 p m In addition to six regular
trains each way Account Maudo
Adams performance at the Salt Lake
theater Got your tickets early
ANTEDClcl whJto rags at tho
Standard
All kinds of coal 550 cash deliv
ered M L Jones Coal Co
Kodak finishing Tripp 340 20th
street
FAUT CASE
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The preliminary hearing the + cneo
of the State of Utah vs WllllnnvC
Howoll John Larson Elliott Ken
nedy and George t Larson was cabled
In tho municipal court this niqrnln
biitPtho de enso not being rencly to
procpod the hearing was postponed
until 2 ocloc thIs afternoon j
The defendants arecharged with in
voluntary man Iall1llr alleged to
hAY been committed January 1st
1910 when Parker Hlwood Faut was i
run over by an automobile at the ln
tersectlon of Washington avonue and
Tweet thlrcl street and Killpfl fi
Jt 1 will remembered that iIc
Faut was killed on that day and at
the place designated and a coroner b
jury after hcarlnBvtho testimony reii
I dciotl a verdlot that tho man came tb
Ills death by b61ng run over by an
automobile belonging to William q I
Howell and operated by him at the
tuno Tho evidence at the coroners I
Inquest also showed that the other dtt
I fendants Messrs Larsons and Ken
nedy were riding In tho machine the
guests of Mr Howell I
Mr Fauts body was taken to Et
wood Illinois where It was burled li
the cemetery of his old home tho re
mains being accompanied to their fin
al resting place by the widow MTK
Fad was in tho court room this morn
Ing as a witness In the case she bq
Ing represented her lawyer H II
Honderson County Attorney David
Jensen Is conducting the case for th <
slate Attorneys T D + Johnson John
E Baglej and George Halvorson auj I
pearlng for the defendants j
At the opening of court at 2 oclock
this afternoon County Attorney Jei
Hen asked that the caso bo held ovpr
for resetting and tho order was
mndo
It is understood that a compromise
as to damages has been entered Into
between the defendant and Mrs Faut
she to receive 3000 and the case
not to be brought to Issue In the crim =
inal courts S
County Attorney Jensen states thai I
the offense charged is a misdemeanor
hnd may be compromised by the par
ties immediately aggrieved
Mrs Faut is the complainant in the
case and tho presumption Is that ac
cording to tho terms of tho comprom
ise silo will notInsist on a further
prosecution
NOTICE OF SALE
All buildings > and appurtenances of
Sylvan Park will bo sold at public auc
tion May 9 10 oclock a m at the
park grounds
fOUR INCES Of
SNOW AT WEllS I
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The present rain storm is almost
entirely of a local character and lit I
tie rnolsturo Is reported from districts
any considerable distance removed
from Ogden Telegraphic advices re
ceived at local railroad headquarters
state a little rain Is falling between
Ogden and Evanston and tho weatbeif
Is clear cast of the latter point
At Brigham City a light fall of
rain is reported and considerable mois
ture exists along the Oregon Shbrt
Line until that font Is reached Up
until 3 oclock no rain has fallen
north of that city
The storm has extended over the
Southern Pacific and at Lakeside a
heavy rain Is reported from that point
with ho wind blowing Four Inches of
snow fell at Wrlls thlJ rooming
Telegraphic advices received at the
Rio Grando office shows rain between
Ogden and Salt Lake and a little
molstur > along the road ns far as
Provo and SprlnyIHI > JUl no + stornl
beyond tho latter point
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O Urbana Ullf May ITwo O
O men were > > llJCIJ file others Q
O were sfJridiiSV lrlJ fired and 0
O cloven received minor hurls 0
O early today whop u freight C
OH car 011 thc Ohio Kloctrle rail O
O way collided head on with a 0
O passenger oar on a hill just 0
C mouth of thlsclty 0
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THE CLASS ADS
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DQUBtE TRACK ON I
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Ten More Miles Added to the Main Line of Overland RouteSoon I
fi i rthe Utah Division on the West End Will
I Be DoubleTracked
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Ten miles of now double track Un
Just been cut Into service between
Green Bivcr rind Rock Springs on the
Utah division of tho Union Pacific and
five additional miles will be added as
soon as the new bridges arc complet
ed This will make seventy miles of
double track between Green RIVor
and Rawlins and a total of one hun
dred and forlyllve miles of double
track on tho division under Superin
tendent Jeffcrs
It Is expected that authority for the
construction of fiftythree uddlUona1
miles ot tlouhle track on the Utah dl
luU 6RANDE
SELECTS
OfFICE
The Rio Gtndo management has
leased the billiard room on Washing
ton avenue in the Reed Hotel block
and will take possession of the same
for all uptown office for the Rio
Grande system Tho location Is cen
tral and Local Agent Fonts of the
ARJp Grande road says the new office
will bo elaborately arranged for the
reception of patrons of that qyalcm
The fixtures for the new office will be
simple and yot elegant In design and
will be neat attractive and comfort
able A ticket agent clerk and
stenographer will bo established there
and everything will he In readiness
for occupancy on or shortly before tho
first of next month
PARENTS DAY
AT MOUND FORT
Parents day at the Mound Fort
school yesterday was an cent of
much Interest there being n largo
attendance of parents during thoday
particularly In the afternoon
The school work of tho students was
hauUsomoly displayed In the various
rooms anU the visitors were consider
ably surprised at the splendid work
accomplished The art work of the I
sixth grado and tho clay modeling
ot the lower grades were especially
meritorious and received high com
m from parents i
Regular class exorcises wore con
ducted during the day which gave tho I
patrons of the school an opportunity
to sec the children Jn their school
work and understand something of
the efforts that aro being put forth by
the teachers of tho different grades
There are D75 students In the
school the teachers having charge of
tho same being Miss June Pierce
principal Ethel Butterflold seventh
grade Josephine Monk sixth grade
Anna Hart fifth grade Grace Cassatt
and Rosa Maddock fourth grade
Mary Adamson third grade Josle
Dune and Luclle Farr second grade
Mabel Harroun first grade and Hat
tie Waples kindergarten
The teachers express gratification
at tho admirable showing made by the
students In tho regular work of the
school The children made no prep
aration at all for tho vIgit of the par
ents and In their drill work and
everyday exorcises they conducted
themselves as they usually do so that
tho parents had the opportunity to
see the little tots as they may be seen
every day In school
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vision will bo issued after July 1 the
beginning of the new railroad year i
and this will aegregato nearly two
hundred miles of double track be
tween Ogden and Rawlins I
The tralllc on this Important dlvls I
Ion of the Union Pacific Is now heat
her than ovum before and about fifteen
hundred cars aro being handled dally
Trains are following each other an 1
fast as they can bo sent out of the
different freight district terminals and
a doublotracK between Rawllns and
Ogden is absolutely essential to handle
tho ocrincrea8lng business I
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I YOUNG PEOPLES BIBLE CLASS
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A business moetfr of the Young
Peoples Bible class was held at the
J pnnty home of TMr and Mrs Wads
i worth on Horrlck avenue Monday
1 evening with the following lu aL
I tendance
j Mrs Edna Mlddloton Dhey Kgcler
j ton Viola Clancy Rertha Laird Mm
tha Boulger and Mrs Fletcher and
I Messrs Selp Drowdor Griffin Trous
daleAfter
I After the usual reports from com
mittees It was decided that tho class
would entertain the members of the
Sunday school on May 17tb In the
i lecture room of the church Wh + n
thc mooting adjourned n pleasant so
cial hour followed with the serving
of dainty refreshments bj Mrs Wads
I worth and her mother and at 1115
txe party dispersed declaring Mr and
Mrs Wadsworth splendid entertain
ers and unanimously njjroelus that
tho evening had been one of tho moat
pleasant recordt
> TOLSTOI CIRCLE T
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I The meSnbcrs of the Tolsto 1 circle
were tho guests of Mrs I Farrell at
j the home of her daughter Mrs D R
Johnston 751 Twentyfourth street
I yesterday afternoon In the absence
of the presldont Mrs Nathan Kuhn
Mrs F H King presided The sub
I ject for the afternoon study was
Whittier Mrs George Mole read I
the poem + The Light That Is Felt
other selections from Whlttiers
poems were read an autobiography of
I his life was given and a general dis
cussion of the favored authors life
and writings was held Timely topic
A Sane Fourth of July was led by
Mrs F II King and an interesting
and animated discussion followed but
no decision was reached
Following the program tempting re
freshments were served by Mrs Far
rell assisted by her daughter Mrs
Johnson at which time a pleasant so
cial hour was spent the meeting ad
journing to meet again Tuesday May
17
FOR ARTHUR BINGHAM
Miss Azalia Goddard was hostess at
a delightful dancing party given last
evening at tho Ogden Music Co con
cert hall In honor of Arthur Bingham
who IK soon to depart on a mission
to Australia A fine dancing pro
gram with the latest and most popu
lar numbers by Reed Bros orchestra
was given and a number of selections
from noted composers were given on
tho VIctrola and Ambrola that were
much appreciated between dances by
tho guests Following the program
a tempting repast was served Miss
Goddard being assisted by Miss Beat
rice Farr Miss Ruby Cross and Miss
Beatrice HorrocKs Tho tables wore
beautifully decorated carnations
bridal wreath and panzles being most
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FOUR CYLINDER
REO 125O
Top and Automatic Windshield extra
Roomy comfortable handsome powerful fiftymilesan
hour fast on the hills off like a thoroughbred as soon as you
open the throttle
Quiet smoothrunning and
LIGHTWEIGHT Tire expenso and other upkeep costs
reduced to a minimum
The Reo is here to prove itself to you
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KID CONNOR FRANZ THE SHERIFF and Con Kidder in
the Magnificent HerbertBlossom Opera liThe Red Mill at the
OGDEN THEATER on Saturday night
artistically arranged The affair prov
ed to he one of the most onjojnhlo
given by the younger social set dur
log the season
ENTERTAINMENT POSTPONED
The regular blraonihly entertain
nipnt given under the auspices of the
local club ladles aL the Industrial
school will not be given tomorrow
evening as scheduled btitls post
pored toJTjiursday eyeainglay 12
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Mr and Mrs fA Lewis of Oak
land Utah wro the nests of Mrs
Mary Cottlo of Plaid City for the past
numbers day t
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1 curl Ioi to Salt Lake via Bam
bore r HueMaude damsat Salt Lithe
theater Mgj i i < T 110 round I
trio Sec local agent for particular
I CEMENT PLANT IS
TO BE VISITED
The mayor and members of the
city council and other Ogdenltes
have been invited to inspect tho Og
denPortland Cement companys plant
hear Brigham City and on Sunday
next several auto parties will leave
from In front of the Utah National
bank at 10 a in for tho purpose of
complying with tho Invitation They
will return at 6 p m
Tho plant near Brlgham City Is now
turning out an excellent quality of
cement
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Weber County is at this time The United States
Census is now completed A coupon appears in
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