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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAV MAY 18 1910 q
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Graduation suits suits for tJio
young fellow who is starling life
in earnestsuits Unit have a
smart business appearance hut
fit and hang well that give a well
dressed young business man ap
pearaucc hats the kind were
allowing now iu all wool or silk
find wool fabrics for from
i 10 to 25
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A suit bought here is guaran
t teed to hold its shape guaranteed
as to fabric workmanship and
1 style A Kiiil bought of us will
give full satisfaction and bring
I you back for another
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BROOM RESTAURANT
> REMOVED TO VIENNA
CAFE
522 25th at
Meals same price 03 Broom Pea
laurant Special Dinner 26ti
Lunch from 11 to 4 p m
Dinner from 4 to S p m
LEE FOON TOM Managers
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RATES ARE TO BE
ADVANCED BY RAILROADS
Washington May 1SNews reached
the Intorstnte Commerce Commission
that the transcontinental rallroadB
next August will advance the freight
rates on all forest products and per
haps on other commodities from the
North Pacific states to Eastern destin
ations On forest products the ad
vanco will probably ho about ten cents
a hundred pounds Tho Increases will
tnko effect on the execution of the
commissions orders In the North Pa
cific lumber cases
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Starting Sunday Eve
May 15
Orpheqm Players
PRESENT
REX BEACHS SUCCESS
The Spoilers
Matinees Wednesday Saturday
Evening Prices lOe 25c 35c jOe
Matinee Prices LOc 15e 25c
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NEXT WEEK
IN THE BISHOPS CARRIAGE
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RACES
Wasatch Jockey
Club
ANNOUNCES
TEN DAYS
RACING
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BEGINNING
May 25
And Ending
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Six Races Daily
230 p m Rain
or Shine
900 Purses Daily
Joy Shumway
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Manager
326 25th Street
I RANDOM
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REFERENCES
Continued from Page Five
If your time Is worth something
cm at Livingstons Cafeteria
Sunday TravelIn order to accom
modate tho ejicurslons between Og
dent and Salt Lake on Sundays In
the future tho Oregon Short IJno
trains beginning next Sunday will
curry extra coaches
Favor Seven Oclock We nre heart
Ily In favor of cloning at 7 clock on
Saturday and will do nothing to
cause tho movement to lose Its
strength nnd tUlle our customers 10
support UR bj shopping before 7
oclock Wright 2 stores
Converts Go Through Thirtytwo
converts of Uio Mormon church pass
ed through Ogden yesterday after
noon en route to Salt Lake from New
York where they recently landed from
Europe In charge of reluming mis
sionaries of the church
B G Butter is what we have
and what you want
Charles Henderson and Sam Ander
son business men of Superior Wyo
are In the city for a few days on
business
Genuine Mexican Chill Con Carne
at tho Oxford cafe A T Woods
Prop
C W Lund of St Louis T R Sam
sou of Seattle 11 B Welcome of
Butte Robert N Butler of Mlscoiila
Charles E Jensen of White Sulphur
Springs Montann A L Raymond and
wife of Helena and E S Radford of
Fargo North Dakota arc late arriv
als in the city
Reduced prices on all classes of
Millinery at removal sale of Stafford
Mllllnary Co 3rd floor Wrights
M Elkln of Chicago W Reams of
San Francisco C C Sloan of St Paul
A S Ilealy of Now York and T W
Shroeder of Chicago are late arrivals
in the city nnd registered at different
local hotels
FOR SALEA modern Groom
pressed brick residence Close In
Apply Dr Frelday
T D Johnson has been Invited to
deliver the memorial address for tho
Woodmen of the World on Sunday
afternoon June 5 anti has consented
to do so
WANTEDA solicitor for the Stand
ard in the city Call at Standard of
ttco after 5 p m
Soldier Trvi n Battery C United
States field artillery which has been
stationed at Fort Russell Wyoming
occupying a special train will pass
through Ogdon June 1 en route to
San Francisco Tne special will car
ry one standard sleeper two tourist
sleepers a kitchen car an enddoor
baggage car and a large box car
There are 125 men In the party and
they must reach San Francisco not
Inter than 5 a m June 5
550 cash nays a ton of Best Roclc
Springs on the market Phono 27
John Farr
Heavy FirstClass Travel In order
to accommodate tbo increased travel
on the Overland limited both east
and west an extra standard Iulimait
has been added which runs from
Oakland to Chicago The extra cars
alternate dally in running from Oma
ha to Chicago via the Chicago Mil
waukee St Paul and the Chicago
Northwestern lines
Blsmark Chile ana sandwich bar
Imported and Domestic Delicatessen
Sanitary Gas Cooking
Ogden In Flowers The landscape
gardener at the Union depot has ar
ranged a large flower bed on the
north side of the depot walk B
using varied colored plants ho has
spelled the word Ogden The work
is neat and much admired b > travel
ers
200000 carnations roses jessamine
buds calla lillos Easter lilies Peon
les pot plants all colors for Decora
tion Day sure to please Send your
orders In early Varneys 1C2 W 30th
Bell 813K lad 1574A
Piers for the Sheds Eight cemont
piers for the uprights for the umbrel
la sheds at the Union depot have I
been constructed The cement gang
Is building the platform and the piers j I
for the sheds on the south half of I
the Union depot platform at the
present time
Suite in Lower CourtIn the civil
division of the municipal court the
T B Evans company has commenced
suit against John Topouce to recover
10 alleged to bo duo for goods wares
and merchandise and against Thomas
Smurthwaitc for 2050 claimed to be
hip on an open account Alma Lang
lols is suing Samuel Whittaker to re
cover the sum of 59 < 5G claimed to bo
duo on an open account
Tho defendants in the case of Wil
liam Surrage VB the Southern Pacific
company have filed un appeal The
action Is to recover 5100 alleged to be
due for a horse uolonjring to the
plaintiff killed by one of tho defend
ants trains at West Weber Judg
ment for the amount asked was ren
dered tho plaintiff In the Municipal
court
Weber Academy Dramatics The
Weber Academy Dramatic company
will present the play A Scrap of
Paper at the Fourth Ward social
hall Friday night Thc play will next
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BEST SUGAR fOR TEA AND COFfEE
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In All The Vorld No Sate Like This
This world has seen many sales but no one will dispute the fac hat this is the most i
astonishing sale that this good world has ever witnessed i
I Its the greatest and most stupendous sale of Clothing Furnishings Oats and Shoes 1
for men and women ever advertised
Proofpositive evidence that TfII IS the most daring slaughter on prices is proved 1
by the thousands YES THOUSAND buyers who daily throng this store This sale
is opening the eyes of the people who are compelled by he values offered to open their
purses The JEJm ire Ogden and Salt Lake Stocks Now Selling at
50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR AND LESSI
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Loss 01 Profits L The Entire Stock 1 I
No Object Is Doomed Ij
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be presented at the Slate Industrial
school some day next week which will
conclude the presentation of tho per
formance for tho season The mom
hers of tho company otato that A
Scrap of Paper this year has netted
Iliem quite a neat Bum to ho used In
promoting tho bent interests of their
alma mater
Prefers OgdcnI 13 Best after
visiting Florida and chasing butter
flies there with the object of entering
Into business enterprises has rot urned
to Ogden and resumed business ac
tivities He says dial after all Og
den Is the place for him HP haw
purchased the Bank on Twenty fifth
street near Wall avenue nnd Is con
ducting the business there Ross Ad
ams Is associated with him
Estate orJ H Steveno In the pro
bate section of the district court a
petition for letters of administration
has been filed by Olive E Stephens
asking for the appointment of John
II llainnor us administrator of the
estate of James H Stevens deceased
Tho petition states tho deceased died
April 27 1910 nod loft an estate val
ued at 4750 of which the petitioner
and an adopted boy 3 years of age
arc the heirs
Made Administrator George H
Matson was appointed administrator
of time estates of Mary Virginia Mar
cus Benjamin Francis George and
Hays Matson In tho probate court this
afternoon The minors arc heirs to
100 each of tho estate of their pa
ternal grandmother Isabella J Mat
son I
Mrs F TV Burns formerly Miss
Agnes Maguire Is in Ogden on her
way home to San Diego California I
from a visit with her mother and sis
ters at Butte Montana whero she has
been for the past five weeks
RECAllS A
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Lieut Ames Is Ordered i
Court M artlaa at I
Ft McKinley
Manila May ISUpon instructions
from Washington Lieut Col Robert
P Ames was today confined to quar
ters and will be court martlaled on
charges of conduct unbecoming an of
ficer and to breaches of military die
clpJlnc
The action Is a sequel to the in
vestigation of the circumstances which
led Lieut Clarence M Jannoy of tho
Twelfth infantry U S A to take
his life following a dinner party at
tho homo of Ames al Port William Mc
Kinley The suicides wife remains at
the fort and probably will bo the
chief witness at the court martinI
A Filipino coroner and an army
board of Inquiry found that Janney
committed suicide and HO roportcd
to Major General William H Carter
commander of the Department of Lu
zon After examining lltu flndlira
tho general returned thorn to the
hoard with iiutructlone that It ob
tain additional testimony covering
certain features No further develop
ments were made public until tho re
ceipt of tho Instructions from Wash
ington today
Jnnnoyfl death occurred on tho night
of March 12th last On that evening
Janney and his wife attended a din
ner given by Ames Captain Win II
Jordan Jr also of tho Twulflh Infan
try completed the party
According to thn testimony of tho
witnesses as laken by tho board Llou
tennnt Janney and his wlfo quarreled
during tho evening It seems that Jan
noy recognized In tho homo of his
friend a champagne cooler which had
belonged to him but which Mrs Jan
noy had given to Ames Janney up
braided bin wife for making the gift
and harsh words followed
Finally Jnunoy demanded an apol
ogy from his wife and this was made
This ended tho quarrel according to
the testimony and the dinner was re
sumed i
A Htllo lator however Jannoy left I
the house returning noon with a re i
volvor with which U wag testified he I
shot himself In the presence nf his
wlfo and Col Ames U
was testified i
that Jnnncy rushed Into the dining
room and flourished the revolver
while he talked wildly Before the 1
others could interfere they said he I
placed the rcolvor to his head and
fired Death followed quickly
Following the shooting Ames was
placed under arrest Jnit the prelimin
ary Investigation of the special board
of Inquiry having cleared him he was
released
The only witness of tho tragedy
were Col Ames and Mrs Jannoy Mrs
Janney testified that her husband and
Ames had been good friends
ONYN
Aill SCARES
Somebody Profits by the
Chicanery and Graft
of Patriots
Mohonk Lake N Y May ISThe
sixteenth annual meeting of the Lake
Mohonk Conference on International
Arbitration began its three day ses
sion here today Diplomats educa
tors jurists and clergymen from many
parts of the world received the wel
come of Albert K Smiley the found
er and host of the organization
Dr Smile was followed by Nich
olas Murray DUller president of Co
lumbia university president of the
American Congress for International
Arbitration
Dr Smiley declared with greatest
force that International arbitration
was soon to be undertaken in the es
tablishment of a permanent interna
tional court at The Hague
The most striking feature ol Presi
dent Butlers address was his asser
tion that somebody makes something
by reason of the huge expenditures in
preparation for war and his sugges
tion that the same sort of ability
that has exposed other forms of po
litical chicanery and graft should In
vestigate the slncerily and disinter
estedness of tho lively types of pat
riotism which accomplish these mili
tary and naval debates the world
over
overMr
Mr Butler continued Just at these
times war people begin to see visions
and tho poor gullible people rush off
to their cyclone cellars and shout
timorously to their representatives to
vote ut once and as much as possible
In order that great ships and guns and
forts may bo built to protect them
from their fears
cJOCIETY
Tho members of Lincoln Circle No
2 Lodlos of the G A R invlto the
comrades of the Post and their wives
and the Spanish War Veterans nnd
their wives to a social at tho K of P
Hall Saturday May 21st at S oclock
St Josephs Sewing society will
meet with Mrs B D McCabe at SU
Josephs hall tomorrow afternoon
Mrs T H Lindsay Is among the
Salt ligo visitors today
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His Activities Called to
Attention of the
President
Washington May IS President
Taft today authorized several of the
administration senators to deny abso
lutely the stories that have been in
circulation during tho last fow days
that the President recently had de
nounced the Insurgents in unmistak
able terms and had used language to
which these stutesmen took offense
I Reports reached the White IIouso
that some of the Insurgents smarting
under what they had heard had been
said of them were determined to de
feat the railroad bill and other of tho
Presidents measures without regard
of what might happen to them or the
party
purtThis
This last phase of ho situation in
the senate was discussed today at the
White House at a conference between
the President Senators Aldrich and
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The one way to be without fear for your family is to save
your money Think of what might happen to them if you have
no money saved
We will pay you four per cent interest on the money you
put in our Savings Department and compound the interest
Quarterly I
OGBEN STATE BANK
Capital 10000000
Surplus and Profits 11500000
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Hoot and Attorney General Wlcker
sham
The President declared ho could
not recall having said anything re
garding the insurgents which could
In any way Justify the reports that
had been spread broadcast since Sat
urday last
He was told that the remarks at I
tributed to him were alleged to have
been made to a number of newspaper
men 1
The insurgents also are said to I
have taken offense at the general
tono of tho discussion the Satur
day night conference at the White
House
The President said ho had not
made any such remarks as were re
ported The President Is Raid to
I have told Senators Aldrich and Root
I that he was reluctant to believe Sen
ator Borah of Idaho had boon en
I gaged In the circulation of the re I
ports of the last few days that ho
I had always regarded Senator Horalis I
professions of loyalty as sincere and
that while he recognized the sena
tors Independence in the senate he
did not believe he was willing to at
tach all of the administration meas
ures simply hogaiiKc then Wore advo
cated by the White IIouso
WILL ENTER
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A dispatch to the Standard late this
afternoon from Carnegie Observatory
Mount Wilson California says
Calculations based on the latest ac
curate observations of Hallos com
et show that the earth will not en
ter the tall of the comet until shortly
after 7150 oclock this evening Paci
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fic time and that Its transit will not
i require more than two hours
The most important experiments
I that will bo made here are planned
with a view to determining whether
there will be an olectrilctuu of the
earths atmosphere
I There Is an hours difference In
time between tho coast and Ogilen > i
which makes the lime of entering the
I comets tail as IW this evening in
Ogden
CEREAL COffEE
I MADE IN OGDEN
T W Read proprietor of the River
side Bakery Specialty company
2003 Washington avenue has advised
the Weber Club of Ogden that he Is
manufacturing a cereal coffee In mil
city for which he was awarded at
the FourState Fair a gold medal Mr
Reed states that his product com
pares favorably with that product
manufactured In the East
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I PROCEEDINGS IN I
DISTRICT COURT
Tho hearing on the citation In rein
lion to the claims In the estate of
Sarah M Ivershaw deceased is be
row Midge Howell In the district
court this afternoon The citation IB I
on the final report and account of the i
former admlilfitrator of the estate
The case of Martin Pock agaliiHt B
IJ Wilson sheriff oC Weber county I
which was heard by Judge llowell j
yesterday afternoon In the district
court was taken under advisement i
In the threo cases of J J Larkin
Abe Rose and Sparks Brothers UH i
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plaintiffs against J I AKord de
fendant Judge Howoll rendered a do I
vision this afternoon in which the I
proceedings In till case were ordered
stayed until the defendant guts Ills
dlscJiajrgpTns barikjnipt from the fed
eral court
COAL MINERS ARE
FIRED ON BY OFFICERS I
Chicago May lSThlcO coal min J
irs who had Just arrived in Chicago
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from the village of Dlvcrnon lilts ml
took four detectives for rolmrs earh
today and fled The officers gave
chase and each fired a shot killing
onr of the men iiiHtantl and severely
wounding another A brother of the
man slain was arrested
Ii RUNAWAY
HORSE A D
AN AUTO
A horso attached to a delivery
wagon of the Wilcox Grocery com
pany ran away at about noon today
on Twentyfourth street between Jef
ferson and Madison avenues and In
passing tho residence of IJr Joyce
struck tho doctors automobile doing
considerable damage
The horses front foot became en
I tangled iu n wheel of the auto and
for a time It looked as though the
horse would have to be killed or the
I wheel demolished After some stren
uous labor the animal was extricated
ant what remained of the auto was
I saved for the repair shop
I Veishane Heating Broom Hotel
DENVER DECIDES
I TO HAVE SALOONS
DENVER May 17A II Eppstcin
I president of the Retail Liquor Deal
ers association at 10 oclock tonight
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I claimed tho city for the wets by
m majority of 15000 W C Williams
managing the dry campaign ad
mitted the returns Indicated the anti
saloon amendment had been defeated
STRIKERSMORE ORDERLY
HANNIBAL Mo May liAsldc
from occasional jeers and drunken
shouts by striking workmen of the
Atlas Portland Cool company order i
appears to have boon restored at
I Ilasco tonight
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that wont crack wont wrinkle
Brcnlin is the greatest improvement in any article of
house furnishing in recent years It is a new window
shade material that wars without ehatigc
It is made mall colors It wont fade f
In white ecru cream etc Brenlin gives a rich
even mellow light in green and dark colors it is abso
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Lot us measure your windows for Brenlin shades i i
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