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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY MAY 20 lOla
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Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmann
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AMERICANS ARE DISLIKED 1
Queen Mary of England has classed Americans as spendthrifts 1
vulgar and undesirable and she has expressed a dislike for their
company i
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This is not altogether to the discredit of the new queen The j
Americans who have been courting royalty in England are in
I nearly every instance exactly as described vulgar and undesirable I
I They are grovelers creeping at the feet of royalty begging for n
nod of recognition and aping everything Eriglis They are the
snobs of this country who suddenly made rich crave prominence
and seek the attention of king queen prince princess or any other
f person of title in the old world
r They are not reprcsentaativo Americans but they arc the people I
with whom tho English have come in contact and it is little wonder
I that sensible English men and women come to look on themand
i through them on all Americans undesirables
I Tho parvenu is as offensive to the plain people as to a queen
t and that this country has contributed liberally of that class asa
i fringe to tho society of European courts there is no doubt which
I explains the prejudice expressed by Queen Mary
WHEN CRIMINALS GROW ACTIVE
This is tho season of tho year when tramps and other vagrants
including tho vicious element of society wander over the country I
out of mere curiosity and this is the time of year when the crim
inal element commences to reconnoiter for loose change
The police force already has commenced a cleanup among the
men about town who have no visible means of support and who too
often include the thug and highwayman
All strangers without money or friends and poorly clad are not I I
holdups or criminally inclined but the honest fellow found stranded
is invariably able to convincingly explain away his predicament to
the officers of the law The slinking sneaking slippery fellow with
evasive eyes who grows bold and loud when questioned is the one
the police should not lose sight of nor fail to overlook in their
round ups
These clean ups of the floating population arc as necessary to a
citys security as are house cleanings essential to sanitation in the
homes
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The jungles should be searched for the haunts of the derelicts
with tho same energy that Bwana Tumbo went into the lair of I
the lions in Uganda and when the hobo is met with he should be
haled before the police magistrate to explain and failing to explain
made to do some useful work either on the streets or on a rock
pile
Wo do not sanction harshness or brutality or highhanded po
lice authority but there are times when vigilance is demanded and
the rough clement must be handled without false leniency
Keeping all hoboes in restraint and under surveillance limits
the chances for the criminal element to commit offenses against the
peace of the community and therefore the police should be en
couraged to demand of all vagrants an accounting
SAVED TWO LIVES
A little foresight is sometimes a life saver The attpw frd rob
bery of the Layton bank south of Ogden proves this V su s
vault at the bank was built the Ogden banker who is the Jiiuriial
sponsor of the institution advised the cashier to place a screw
driver at a concealed point within the steel doors so that in the
event of robbery and an attempt to hold him prisoner behind the
iron walls he might unhinge the doors and regain his liberty At
the time the precaution must have seemed unnecessary as bank
robberies are few and far between in Utah but now the foresight is
shown to have been wisdom and prudence as it has saved two men
from possible suffocation
Paying attention to details is at the foundation of success and
hero we have an illustration of the importance of looking after the
little thingsthe seemingly nonconsequentialsin business The
small incidentals often become of overshadowing importance
OUR FARMERS ARE MOST FORTUNATE
The Amalgamated Sugar company officials report the outlook
for the sugar beet crop to be most encouraging This is early in the
season to attempt to say what the crop will be but the conditions
so far have been favorable for a bumper crop which with the in
creased price will add materially to the prosperity with which the
farmers have been favored the last few years
There is one most pleasing side to this beet industry and that is
the farmer regardless of the financial storms which may rage in the
nation is certain that the slump will not strike him or affect the
price to be paid for his beets Early in the year he signs his contract
and then estimating the tonnage to be harvested in the fall he
figures the size of his bank deposit nearly a year hence No other
farmer is so insured against adversity and no other farmer can rest 1
so assured of ultimate success even before the seed is planted
The beet industry as related to the business of this community
means great stability and a freedom from tho most adverse condi
tions of periods of depression
THEA TD = D WM AlliSON
OGDEN LI Manager
TWO NIGHTS
Monday and Tuesday May 23rd 24th
SAY BEAT IT Shes Coming WHO
MAY Irk i r n
ROBSON 1 r
In her play of a Thousand
Laughs and a few tears l
The a t e r
Rejuvenation of u A
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t By Anne Warner
IT
SEAT
SALE SATURDAY
ht
JUST FOR FUN
Sot
Mayor Mngoe of Pittsburg was
talking about an obstinate man
Ho Is sot In his ways said the
Mayor He Is nsrbau astho old planter
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vAn
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er of history I to
An ouLplnmerMn the palmy days
before till war was blown up In a I
I leamb6ntaccldcnt on the Mississip I
pi They flahcd him out unconscious
I At lhoend of an hours manipulation
I ho came to s
I Where am I he asked lifting
I his head feebly
t Safo on shore the doctor told
him
Which side of the river he In
oulred
oulredThe
The Iowa aide the doctor replied
The planter frowned He looked
at the turbid yellow stream Then
he said = r
Just my luck to land In a pro
hibition State Chuck me In again
Philadelphia Record
Three Telegrams
Ir
William J Blnks New York
Plcusc send mo 500 at once TOM
II
Thonias Bunks Yale College Blue
Haven
You must economize Send me your
bills FATHER
HI
Blue Haven May 5th
William J Blnks New York
All right Am economizing Have
forwarded bills by freight Cheaper
than express Lon to mother TOM
Harpers Weekly
Almost Assassination
The dejected suitor was telling his
troubles to tho Incorrigible Joker
I have never received such a jolt
In my lifo sighed the lovelorn swain
I proposed to Clara while sho was
hemming ti gown She gave me the
laugh
Ah I see chuckled the Incorrig
ible Joker She didnt hem and haw
but she hemmed and haw hawed
And two minutes later a policeman
arrived Just In time to prevent a homi
cide Chicago News
Excusable
Tho tram was almost crowded and
the poor mother was gently tossing
the baby up and down In her arms
In a vain endeavor to stop Its crying
As the car slowed down at the stop
ping place the conductor looked In
at the door and shouted
Georges Cross
Yes and perhaps if you were cut
ting your teeth youd bo cross too
tho lady with the baby replied sharp
ly TltBlts
Application Refused
Upon a bet the damsel wed
Ere many weeks of course
She went before a judge and said
She wanted a divorce
The Judge evinced but slight regret
And told her with a snort
That ono who married on a bet
Should ho a gamer sport
Kansas City Journal
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that George
F Vanco was on the 19th day Vurll
191D by the federal court at Sac Lake
City adjudged a bankrupt I
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STORES WILL
CLOSE AT
i SEVEN
At the county court house last even I
log nn Important mass meeting was
held at which several hundred lead
ing merchants clerks and representa
tives of labor unions and womens
clubs were present to discuss the 7
oclock closing law and the 9 oclock
plan as submltt by n few dissenting
merchants and their clerks Earnest
speeches wore made and the final
vote resulted In placing the represent
atives irrevocably on record In favor
of the 7 oclock closing
Representatives of tho original
movement were out In full force as
were those responsible for a second
petition favoring a Wednesday half
holiday and extending the Saturday
nighthours to 9 Instead of 7 oclock
Delegates also were present from the
Child Culture club Historical society
Tolstoi Circle Ladies Literary club
and other organizations Theodore
Glerdo representing the local federa
tion of labor was present as well as I
Frank Welsenbargcr who represented
tho Machinists union and was on
hand In behalf of railroad and labor
ing men with a reply to the state
ment that for tholr benefit stores
should keep open until 1 oclock Tho
machinists and all other working men
can and will be glad to do their shop
ping before 7 p m was the sub
stance of the message he brought to
the massmeeting
Able speeches were made by 1 L
Clark John Watson Arthur Kuhn S
H Browne and P T Wright and
while all spoke straight from the
shoulder there was nothing to Indi
cate bitterness In any direction but
rather n feeling that tho business men
hnd not associated closely enough In
the first place and that tho slight dif
ference of opinion was the outgrowth
of this lack df unanimity
I It was decided after brief dlsctu
Ion that n committee should be
I ap
pointed to approach the merchants on
lower Twentyfifth street with an ap
peal to Join in the movement Arthur
Kuhn S H Browne and Mr Herrick
were named to act in this capacity
and they will endeavor to secure the
names of the Twentyfifth street mer
chants on the petitions
Attrition of those present er <
r lcd to tho fact that Roscnbluth
Opnman hnd offered no opposition to
the plan that they had entered will
Inglv Into the original agreement and
had remained staunchly by the plan
I and that for these reasons their firm
should not he classed with thoso of
lower Twontyflfth street In discussing
the refusal of others to meet tho
agreement
It was reported that many of the
merchants of lowor Twent fifth street
are responsible business men and will
lug to enter Into the plan and stand
by It if they can bo assured that their
neighbors will do likewise
A petition representing 39 clerks
who favored the 9 oclock plan with
Wednesday halfholiday was read fol
lowed by another In favor of the 7
oclock closing law
to which WAg at
tached the names of 22o dorks
Store Closes Store Closes
700 P M For Saturday Shoppers 700 P M 0 k
I ii I COME EARLY r I E I
This we consider one of the greatest opportunities to pick up
the finest merchandise at the price of ordinary goods
At a Time When Every Woman Is Ready
7 lor Summer Merchandise
WOMENS CLOTH SUITS WOMENS SILK DRESSES SILK PETTICOAT SPECIAL
A Clearance of Suits formerly price at 1750 Seventyfive Handsome Dresses J 1000 to Ion Skirts all crisp and new black and all col rj
up to 15000Entire stork 3500 Placed on sale ors 500 600 and G0 values r
Saturday Just Half Saturday Just Half Saturday 389
Saturday Sale of Shirt Waists Extraordinary
98c 119 148 198 Boys Waists worth almo t double I t
ALL NET AlJD LACE WAISTS 3313 PER CENT OFF
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GREAT OUT IN THE PRICE DOMESTIC SPECIALS EXTRAORDINARY MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Of Dress Goods and Silks for SaturdayThe entire 5000 yds Imported Zephyr Ginghams 25c for 15c J mt Underwear and Hosiery Do not miss th
3500 Y cIs Best 12 l2c and 15c Dress Ginghams lOc n
> two stocks at Ibivest prices ever quoted in Ogden Hyde Grade Galatea Cloth best made 20c for 15c prices made in these Departments Saturday a
500 yds Black and Cream 60c Damask for 48c
81x90 Heavy Muslin Sheets special 50c
50 pieces Black and Brown Linen Crash 15c for lOc 7 7
50 dozen lluck Towels 15c value for 10c
SA TLJRDA VS SHOa SPECIALS EVEN BETTER THAN THE GREAT SPE AL
r
Of THE PAST VEEK
The Worlds Best Shoes for Women Misses and Children at Special Sale Prices n
STARTING MONDAY WE WILL HAVE AMERICAS FOREMOST CORSET FITTER WITH US AND WE EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION
TO THE LADIES OF OGDEN TO CALL AND FIND OUT THE TRUE MODEL CORSET BEST SUITED TO THEIR FIGURE
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50 J BURT to BROS I 4i t
T 5 > 20 17 o K v Tr > T r > i n 1 l
At the conclusion of tho meeting the
question was put to a vote and al
though the gathering was rqpresonUi
Uvo of all sides there was not one
dissenting ballot and the 7 oclock
law will bo enforced next Saturday
night and In the future I
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CORPORATION TAX IS
NOW BEING PAID
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Washington May 20Total assess
ments made by tho Internal revenue
bureau on account of tho corporation I
tax have amounted to 20020000 The
returns from the corporations affected
on which the assessments Ire based i
are now practically all at hand those I
from Hawaii having been received yes
terday
Notwithstanding the tax is not pay
able until June 30 4342G1 already has
been turned into tho treasury on that
account
TESTING TilE
ELECTRIC
LINE I
With tho electrification of the Bam
borgor line uetweon Salt Lake and
Ogdon Utah receives Its first real In
terurban railroad When the electric I
I power was turned Into the line Wednesday
nesday there was not a hitch the
snapping a Joint or the cracking
of an Insulator Yesterday the run
ning of cars was tested aud found
satisfactory
The Idea to bo carried out event
ually Is the establishing of a train
every hour on the hour and within
the hour from Salt Lake to Ogden j
stopping at all tho Intermediate sta
tions along tho way This Is easily
attained Mr Bamborgor says be1
causo the cars are capable of making i
60 miles per hour and It Is only 30
miles to Ogden over the line t
FortyFive Minute Service
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For the present however It Is in 1
tended to establish fortyfive minute
service commnoclng at 6IQ In the I
morning the second car leaving at I
730 and after that ovory fortyfive i
minutes The earn will be run singly I
or In trains according to tho amount I
I of traffic The cars arc arranged HO j
that they can all be controlled by one
motorman on the front car A feature
I ot the service will ho a theater car
leaving Salt Lako at 11i5 In Ute
evening after the theaters let out
I Another feature will be the charter
ing of cars to private parties for trips
to Salt Lake and Lagoon
I Of Special Design
The cars are of special design CO
feet long and built similar to regular
railroad cars Expert opinions state
that tho cars art equal to the finest
built for any service They weigh 3S
tons A new power plant Is now un
der course of construction at Lagoon
i and will be completed within the next
six months Until that time power
will be furnished by the Telluride
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Light Power company which sup
plies 15000 volts of electricity for run
t ning the cars
All freight will bo transported at
night It is proposed to keep the line
free from all construction trains un
I til tho end of tho busy season when
the double tracking will be completed
A block system Is being Installed and
at all danger points already Is ready
for use The meeting places of trains
are provided with long sidings and
these will bo extended with the end
of the season For the present the
freight trains will bo hauled by a
alga mlocoraotlvc After May 28 how
ever only one of these will bo used
for this purpose All other steam lo
comotives will be banished from the
line On the arrival of the new elec
tric locomotive this also will be tak
en off the line and the big new ono
put Into service
J L WelshanoHcatlngBroom Hotel
I RUBE WADDEll
MUST RETIRE
Edward Rube Waddell moat ec
centric and one of the greatest south
paws that baseball over produced to
day faces retirement from the diamond
as tho result of Injuries sustained
to his pitching arm when Eddie CI
cottc hit him with a pitched ball in
tho St Louis BrownBoston Red Sox
game last week
The elbow of the pitching arm was
broken and the acoond mishap in
tho career of the man whom many
I consider as the greatest loft hand pit
cher of them nil
Waddell has boon strangely unfor
I tunate In tho year 1905 ono of the
i best he over had when he practically
won a pennant for the Phladelphla
Athletics ho wa Injured in a bit of
horseplay on September 1 and many
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The security this hank offers you is unquestion
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of the baseball critics believe that his
downfall dated from that day
Out of Big Series
It will bo remembered that Wad
dell was so badly Injured that he was
unable to participate In the worlds
series between the Athletics and the
New York Giants And slnco then
I Rube has never been the same
pitcher
I Andy Coakley the dentist fellow
who later played with the Cubs was
i unwittingly the cause of tho first
i Injury and the story one of the bent I
I of the baseball storlos has never
been told
I You know that baseball players have
i a custom that gives them the right
to smash all straw hats worn on September
I
tember 1 It IB the dead line for tho
hats of straw and any athlete who
wears ono upon that date Is liable
to RO home bareheaded Well upon
that particular September 1 tho Ath
letes were making a railroad Jump
Plan on Little Fun
They wero nearing Philadelphia and
Coaklej expected to leave the team I
near the city and visit some friends
As tho train came to a halt at tho
station where Coakley was to depart
be still woro his hat of straw Wad
I dell and a companion had conspired i
to catch Coaklqy between them just an
I the train pulled out smash that hat
i and Jump aboard the train leaving the I
I dazed Coakloy standing upon the pint
form hntloss
The train began to move The
Ilubo rushed upon Coakley from ono
direction and his fellow conspirator I
from the other Conkley realized
what was to be done As the big I
southpaw pitcher neared him ho
threw his suitcase In front of him
I Down wen Waddcll nnd upon his
left side Ills shoulder was Injured
His elbow was hurt He rose and
swung aboard the train But never
again was ho the same Rube Ho
did not pitch In the post season series
And never more could he pitch as
ho had pitched Occasionally he
would show a flash of the old speed
But It was merely n flash
Career Is Over
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Then ho Joined the Drowns Sev
eral times ho was slated for tho min
ors Then he would show Just enough
of that wonderful pitching ability to
win back his Job But this time It
seems ho Is doomed For should he
recover It Isnt likely that he will he
even as good as he was when this
season oponed And as for being as
effective as ho was In 1905 It seems I
Impossible For In that year li °
pitched In 1C games and finished with
a percentage of 730 leading all of
Connies Macks pitchers
A BRUTAL MURDER
I NEAR ROBERTS IDAHO
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Timothy Browns Body Found With
Head Nearly Severed From
Body
Idaho Falls Ida May OSOIlJf
time early on Monday morning last a
man named Timothy Brown was brut
ally murdered on the dosert about
fifteen miles west of Roberts former
ly known as Market Lake Parties
fuming In from that direction discov
ered a wagon standing beside nil
rand with no one around An Investi
gation led to tho finding of Mr
Browns body lying on the ground
his bond nearly severed from the body
and u bloody axe lying near The
team had gone and no one could be
soon In that vlrlnlti During the fore
noon Tohn Hanson who was going
from Roberts over to Mud Lake
about thirty mile distant met a man
who seemed to be wandering around
nnd talked with him Hp do crlbe l
him as thick set with n sandy beard
ROIl noticed that his hands wero
bloody Not having heard of tho mur
derer he gave It little thought
Mr Brown the murdered man ami
his son some 24 years of ages had
been aeon together and had boon om
ployod In that vicinity freighting but
at that time there was no suspicion
of the son having committed the deed
although he hnd not been seen since
he was with his father Searching
j parties started out to hunt him and
I the coroner went anti brought the
body to Roberts Shortly aCtor goon
the son was found only a few miloa
from Roberts nnd seemed to be In
a dazod condition as he had boon out
all night without food or water It
was concluded that had something to
do with his condition It was known
that ho was subject to oplloptle ills
Ho met his mother who had arrive
there nnd Is said to have remarked to
her Ill toll you after a while what
I did It for Some other remarks
made by him lead to tho conclusion
I thnt ho knows more than he will tell
at this time
Mr Drown lived nt Lorenzo Fre
mont county and was a hard working
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man about 50 years of age
Blsmark Chile ana sandwich bar
Imported and Domestic Delicatessen
Sanitary Gas Cooking
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Every Day 11
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Bargain Day I
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Come with the crowds to f
Clarks clothing and dry goods i
store for genuine honest val
ues Everything marked for i
the purpose of making room t i
We must have our new store
I ready for business as soon as
possible
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For SahrdayG >
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WomenV Skirls in Voil 125 to h5D Womens
and Panama Rood shadow
Wrappers
and nearly all sixes
12 price 4 98c
175 Victor MothProof Trimmings Laces and Embroideries
Bags
broideries at
75c less fban half
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CLARKS CLOTHING STORE
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