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i THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY MAY 20 1910
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Yon Cannoi
Be happily married if your
feet are twitching with pain
Mich a beginning of married lift
is likely to result in marred hap
piness
Starl the wedded bliss com
fortably have US supply you
your footwonr for the main oc
casion of this Jifu rind bo on tin
tafe side as regards wedded hap
piness
Weve everything youll neod
us regards your feet = smart ele
gant dress oxfords and sturdy
strong oxfords for the honeymoon
for from 350 to 500
Watson Tanner
Clothing Co +
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376 24811
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j SLADE
Succescor to Allen Transfer Co
J C SLADE Lessee
VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
ONS PIANO FURNITURE AND
SAFE MOVING
408 25th St Both Phoncc 321
TilE
UrAD NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAB
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly PreSIdent
Horace E Poery ViceProa 711
Harold J Peory VlcePreo
Ralph E Hog Caohlor
A V McIntosh A ct Caohlor
U S DEPOSITARY I
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTA8
Capital and Undivided prom
275OOOCO
David Ecclea Pre
G H Trlbo ViceProa
John Watson VlcoPrea
M S Browning VlcoPren
i John Plngreo Cnshlor
r ins F Burton Asst Cashier
t
i 41st Class Paper
I hangers Employed
AT
Mullers
Try ono if you had poor work
I done before Painting in all its
i branches Paints Stains Jap
aide and Varnishes
I
PRICES THE LOWEST
Danderine worttBTfonlo ItprodllCC3
I 1 hAlr Jll5t M lIurcly flS MlO
and suojhlno ialjp
f orobs It produces Athlete
growth of Luxuriant hair when Ml JIIlt rcnS
flies mil Wo
guarantee Dandcrlno ill
II dmou
Klita Boll Itac bottle
M nod SI per bottlo 10
prove Ita Worth tend thU ad with loom stampl
or silver and wo mil mull you Tlanr S
Mpl raOWIAOM DAiDEBLKK CO
Cblceco 1U
ow u c
GGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
326 25th street
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Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
EXPLOSION FATAL
ijNANAIMO B C May 19FI
wen were killed today by mi oxplo
t 5prC in the Hamilton Powder Works
Igur miles from this city Ono of the
lead is Bart Hugh The shock was
foil hero like au earthquake
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SHIPPERS STRENGTHENED
CHIgAao May IS Strcnfcih of
snippers Landed together to1 combat
the proposed advance of freight rates
was augmented today when the Na
tional Wholesale Dry Goods associa
tion Joined the movement
II
RANDOM
REfERENCES I
Continued from Page FIe
If your time la worth something
ont at LlvlngstoHs Cafeteria
Asks for Dvorce Alleging that for
more than ix year past his wife hits ilc
netted him and failed to live with him
Jacob Schlllo hag brought suit for n
divorce In the district court agalun
Mary Kucklc Schillo The couple
were married at Cleveland Ohio No
vember 13 1007
Ogdon Auto LiveryT Y Nlckson
proprietor New Automobile for rout
day or night Bell 095 Intl 324
Sues Sylvan Park CoThe Ecclea
dumber company has brought Milt In
tho district court ofealnst the Syl
van Park Amusement company to re
cover SIGOll with Interest from
August 1 1908 for material delivered
to tho defendant for Its buildings
We anticipate your wan p and offer
D 8 G Butter and Creese
Sheep lrlngJoteph Ieery of
Salt Lake has his sheep herds at
Warren where they are being shorn
of their wool and dipped preparatoiy
to moving to tho summer ranges
Electric shears are being used and
about 1400 sheep arc being shorn each
day Mr Peery owns about 800
acres of land In the vicinity of War
roll which he uses every year for
shearing dipping and lambing
grounds He bus 10000 head of sheep
on the grounds now
Tho U A to 0 H C will give a
homemade Bread and Cake sale at
Richardson Grants Saturday May
21st
They Were DrunkThose brought
under the ban of drunkenness In the
municipal court yesterday were J R
Martin Frank A Smith and Thomas
Green They acknowledged that they
bad been Intoxicated and tho court
sentenced them to pay fines of 5
each
Genuine Mexican Chill Con Carne
at Urn Oxford cafe A T Woods
Prop
Reduced prices on all classes of
Millinery at removal sale of Stafford
Milllnary Co 3rd floor Wrights
FOR SA LEA modern 5 room
pre3sed brick residence Close In
Apply Dr Frelday
550 cash T > uys a ton of Best Rock
Springs on tho markeL Phone 27
John Farr
200000 carnations roses jessamino
buds calla lilies Easter lilies Peon
les pot plants all colors for Decora
tion Day Huro to please Send your
orders in early arneys 102 W 30th
Bell S13K Ind 1571A
AJ1 kinds of coal 550 cash dollT
crcd M L Jones Coal Co
Claims He Wac Robbed The till
it the ofllce of tho European hotel
was robbed last night of 17 F J
Van Ness Jr the night clerk at the
hotel states that two men entered
the olllco and taking the keys of
the money drawer from him opened
the drawer and took the money lie
says the men ran away as soon as
h y accomplished jLh lr purpose
100 round trip to Salt Lake ev
ery Sunday via D R GChoJcc of
sb trains Fastest time
Back From College Lelnnd Carl
son son of Joseph Carlson has re
turned from Northwestern university
whore ho has completed his first year
In pharmacy and chemistry with hon
ors
onSPANiS WAR
VtTERANS MEET
At the Armory last night the Harry
A Young Camp > > o 2 of the United
Spanish War veterans entertained the
following members of William Fitzger
ald Camp No 3 from Salt Lake City
AldedcCamp to the National Com
mandorlnChlcf George E Kelsah
Commander Frederick Woolman Past
Commander George Sayors Quarter
master C E honed Officer of the
Day 11 E Berry Trustee J G Mc
Cartney Comrades Mecnan Scho
enig Machen Stout and Bracken
After the plans for the Memorial
Day exercises were completed J C
Loughran was recruited Following
this the plans for the Department of
Utah Encampment to bo hold In Og
den in June and the National En
campment to be held in Denver in
September were considered A num
ber of addresses were made upon the
fraternal feeling existing between the
two camps It was also stated that
camp No was named after Sergeant
William Fitzgerald late 01 tho Flf
teenth United States infantry who
was killed in the battle of Mavltac
Luzon Philippine Islands September
15 1900 The members of the visit
ing camp are members of ho Fif
teenth United States infantry now
stationed at Fort Douglas
t OOl BROKERS WIN
FROM UTAH GROWERS
SALT LAlvK May 11Ppon the In
nlruotioiiB of Judge John A Marshall
In tho United States dIstrict court this
morning the Jury in the case of Theo
dore Justice and others In the wool
brokerage business against the Lind
sayBHton LIvo Stock company of Og
den returned a verdict in favor o
Justice The verdict was for 410931
Tho caM Involved tin shipment of
70000 pounds of wool In 1007 from tho
Ogdon firm to tho brokers III PhlladijI
hula Tho wool was paid for In ad
vance at the rate of 18 cents a pound
A failure on tho part of lie live stock
company to make prompt delivery nK
per tho contract caused the brokerage
firm to lose because of a slump Ini tHe
price of wool
MEMORIAL SERVICE
FOR KING TODAY
WASHINGTON May 19Mem ir t
services for KingEdwardwillUphold
at St Johns Protostant Epltfcopal
church tomorrow morning Rev Ro
land Cotton Smith rector of tho
church will conduct the service and
It is expected that Bishop Harding
will bo prudent
fJUMPS TO
fflSDEAT
Greek Leaps 300 Feet
From San Francisco
Skyscraper I
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San Francisco May 20ln low of
thousands of people In the downtown
section of this city today Nicholas
LichanklH a Greek leaped to his
death from the 18th floor of tho Claus I
Sprcckcls building fit Third and Mar I
ket streets His body was crushed In
to an almost shapeless mass on tho
paving stones 300 feet below On his I
person was found a card bearing his
name and an undertakers receipt for
75 in payment for his funeral ex
penses I
EXCUE 0 SALT LAKE
Sunda via Oregon Short
Line R 100 Trains at
GHO nI1 > 01540 a m 000
a m 1010 a m Jl2n a m 210
p in 100 p m IIO p m and 6i5
P m Returning heave Salt Lake
1010 a > m 100 p m 225 p m
820 p m 115 p m C15 p in COG
p in and 1115 p m City Ticket
Olllcc 2511 Washington Avenue
B A SHEAVE C P T A
FUNERAL OF EDWARD
ATTENDED BY KINGS
Continued from Page One
horse guards parade and thence along
tho Mall The embassies and prlv
vato icsldencos including those of
several Americans on Carlton houso
terrace overlooking the Mall were
heavily draped with mourning The
terrace was crowded with onlookers
From tho Mall the procession passed
Marlborough house emerging In St
Jahios street proceeding to Plcadllly
und along that thoroughfare to Hyde
Park corner where It entered the park
and passed along tho popular drive to
Marble arch
Emerging from the park the pro
cession followed Edgwaro road to Ox
ford and Cambridge terraces and turn
ed up those wide thoroughfares or
either side of which throughout their
length of half a mile were unbroken
stretches of temporarily erected stands
filled to their capacity with black
garbed humanity
By arrangements between the Wor
minster city council and the Padding
ton borough council tho official signs
of mourning along the route were mil
form Masts with laurel wreaths at
their tops had been erected at Inter
vais
alsThe
The route was lined with thousands
of troops behind whom were massed
countless thousands otpeople in deip
lack on the pavements below and
the house fronts above with the bal
conies windows and roofs crowded
Every branch of the defensive forces
of tho empire was represented In the
bug column which preceded the gun
carriage An officer of the head
quarters staff mounted headed the
procession with the bands of the
household cavalry The territorial
and colonial carriages behind the
lands then other volunteer corps I
hq honorable artillery company of I
ficers of the Indian regiment in their
ilctiircsquo uniforms and turbans
followed by detachments of infantry
ootgiiards royal engineers garrison
field and horse artillery cavalry of the
line and regiments of household cay
airy followed
Tho royal marine Infantry and ar
lllory and naval representatives came
icxt with the military attaches of the
foreign embassies the officers of the
headquarters staff of the army the
field marshals and massed bands play
Ing solemn funeral marches i Tho
great officers of the royal house of
England were headed by tho earl mnr
hal tho Duke of Norfolk and followed
owed by a noncommIssioned officer
of the household cavalry bearing tho
royal standard
The Icing rode between the German
emperor and the Duke of Connaught
all In brilliant uniforms and next In
line was the group of rulers heirs to
thrones princes of great states and
specIal embassadors
lJOCIEfY
i
GOETHE LODGE I 0 H S
Monday May 10 Goethe Lodge I
0 II S was duly organised with
twentyfour charter members Offi
cer were elected and on May 29 In
stallation ceremonies will take place
tn which all members with their fam
HOK and friends are cordially Invited
The following officers will be In
stalled President Mr De Julian
vice president Edward Flnklo chair
nan Henry Lot recordlug socro
ary Wllhclm Vaguer treasurer
Emil Dehn financial secretary John
The greatest thing in the
world is the plain truth
IMPERIALES
MOUTHPIECE I
CIGAQETTESI
have a great reputation because
they tell the truth about good
tobacco finely blended You
cannot buy a better cigarette for
the money and that is a fact
accetcverywncre as true
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO MEn I
r Eberlmrdt executive committee
r Messrs Drcraer Scheufle and
jSctiwartz
Meetings Will bo held every first
and third Thursday S each month in
Union Labor hall The German
speaking people of Ogdon and Weber
county are Invited to unite with Ibis
organization
NEBEKERS ENTERTAIN
Mr and Mrs Neboker sojourning
in the tropics gave a charmingly ap
pointed dinner Thursday evening at
the fashionable Uwnna hotel of Hono
lulu The table centerpiece a beau
tlful basket of golden blossoms and
violets were also Ifwd In profusion
Tho Royal Hawaiian band played
throughout the evening
Tho guests of honor were Mrs John
Scott NoM and Miss Blanche 11 Wen
ncr former Ogden residents
Miss Dorothy Westover of Suit Lake
Is the guest this week of Mlsa Myrtle
Kuhn
FACT CASE
fINALty
SETTLED
In the district court this morning
Judge Chldcster Issued an order that
the proceedings In the prosecution of
the case of tho Slate of Utah vs Wil
liam Howell Elliott W Konned
John Laron and George larson
charged with involuntary manslaugh
ter bo stayed and the defendants be
d
This Is the ending of the case which
was brought following the death of
Parker Faut In Ogden on the evening
of January 1 1010 who waa struck
by Howells automobile near the cor
ner of Twentythird street and Wash
ington avenue Accompanying the
filing of the motion for the staying of
the proceedings was Iho acknowledg
ment In open court by Cora E Faut
widow of the deceased that flhc bad
received 3000 as damages for lime
death of her husband
In the settling of the caso Dis
trict Attorney Harris stated that In
his opinion a complaint should not be
filed against tho defendants
Subsequent to the hearing in the
nboo case tho petition of Cora E
Faut for the Issuance of letters of ad
ministration to James PIngree In the
matter of the estate of Parkor Faut
deceased was heard and granted and
the administrators bond fixed at
GOO The heirs of the estato which
consists of 3000 as a settlement of
damages for the death of the de
ceased are the petitioner and three
children residing In Chicago
HIGH PRICES
The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish
Poultry company 252G Washington
INTERfERING WIT
OffiCER COST 15
In the criminal division of the
municipal court this morning Bernard
I
nard M Gougb failed to appear to an
swer the charge of drunkenness and
his ball in tho sum of 5 was order
ed forfeited S I
Charles Ross William Brcnow Jas
Washington John Sullivan and C D
Flower pleaded guilty to the charge
of vagrancy and were sentenced to pay
a fine of 10 each i
The bull of 10 of Daisy Munn ar
rested last night for vagrancy was
forfeited
Coloman Cook Balasko Kowatch and
George Kosmab who were arraigned
yesterday on the charge of trespass
but had their trial set for today fail
ed to answer to their names this
morning and their bonds of 5 each
were declared forfeited
A Torsek pleaded guilty to the
charge of petit larceny and was fined
10 rho complaint alleged that Tor
nek on May listole lumber from tho
Salt Lako Ogden Railway companys
yards on Thirtyfirst street
The trial of Fred Bobm for inter
fering with Officer Beast May 16th
when he was III the acl of driving Mr
Uohius cow to ho astray pound was
heard anti tho defendant found guilty
The court sentenced Mr Bohm to pay
a fino of 5 and costs of court
The evidence given was to the of
feet that on the day in question the
officer found Br Bohms cows run
ning at largo on Harrison avenue and
that whei he started to the estray
pound with them Mr ohm Intercept
ed him and look the cows
The defendant stated thaC ho did
not know Mr Roast was an officer
and that he supposed his children were
watching the cows as they fed on the
grass in the street
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PRAiE FOR
THE FIRE
I CUIIEF
The chief of the fire department cf
Ogden enters his field of labor with
tho best wishes of bin former railroad
associates ana bin appointment to the
position Is highly commended
For the past numbr of years Mr
Can field ha been employed by the
louver t Rio Grnnda and his resigna
tion has been accepted with high rec
ommendations from the superinten
dent
Members of Ogden Lodge No CS 11
of R T sent a letter of gratitude to
Mayor Glasmann for his appointment
of Mr Canflnld to the position of fire
chief of Ogden In the following com
munication
William Glasmann Major Dear
SirAl our last regular meeting of
Ogden Lodge No GS B of R Tf the I
following resolution was passed
Resolved That tho members of tIle
Ogden Lodge No CS B or It T ex
tend to Mayor William Glosnmnn of
Ogdcu City Utah a vote of thanks
for his kind consideration in the ap
pointment of Brother A B Canflcld
to the position of lire marshal Know
ing the honesty and integrity of
Brother Canflcld we believe his ap
pointment to the position will never
be regretted bj you Wishing you
Success during your term as mayor
we beg to remain Yours truly
Signed R A Irvine Chas B Doty
and F A Cobor committee
Mr Canfields resignation having
I
been received by tho railroad com
panyt the following letter was address
I ed to who It may concern by the
superintendent of the company
The bearer of this communication
I
Mr Amarlah Bradloy Canfleld en
tered tho service of this company on
October 1 Ith 1899 In capacity of pas < <
eager train brakeman and on this
date May 10th 1910 resigned to ac
cept service elsewhere
Mr Canficld as an employe bears
an excellent record always found
faithful In the discharge of his ditties
during his ten years service with this
railroad careful and considerate to
o r patrons which In the particular
branch of service employed is high
Iv commendable Signed S E
Burnhead superintendent
EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE
Sunday May 22nd via Oregon Short
lAne Round trip 100 Trains at
C30 a m 716 a m StO a m 900
a m 1010 a m 1125 a m 230
p m 100 p m 110 p m and 045
p m Returning leave Salt Lake
1010 a m 100 p m 225 p m
320 p m 115 p m 515 p m C05
p m and 1115 p m City Ticket
Office 251 Washington Avenue
E A SHEAVE C P T A
NEGRO DRIVEN OUT
Brook Haven Miss May OIl
was learned to < ay that following the
publication of alleged offensive arti
t cles In his paper E X Bryant a ne
gro was driven out of Brook Haven
yesterday and his paper plant and
residence were burned
TAil Will
6RAIE TiE
I
EARTiiI
J
A dispatch to the Standard from
Berkeley California Into this after
noon says
I According 10l statement today bj
Prof IvMischner bead of the astro
nomical depaitment of the University
of California the relative positions
of the earth and tho head of Baileys
comet have changed throwing the
axis of the tall about 150000 miles
above time earth The passage may
take place today at 517 p m Pacific
standard time The radius of the tail
at the point at which It will sweep
tho earth Is about 500000 miles and
the tall will barely JJTHZC tho earth
or miss It altogether
At 617 p m Ogden time accord
Ing to Leuschnerfi figures the earth
will he at Its nearest point to the
comets tall and perhaps grae tho ap
pendage
JEFFRIES NOW IN
I 600D CONDITICN
Ben Lomond Cal May 2oThe fact
that Jim Jeffries took another day elf
from training yesterday leads tho
camp to believe that the big fellow
Intends to rest on bis oars until Jim
Corbett arrives horo from tho east
At least nothing but perfunctory ex I
cise and sparring work Is looked for
from the former champion until Pom
padour Jlui comes to round off Jef
fries preparations for tho July fight
with fast scientific boxing
Jeffries has accomplished the hard
est part of bis conditioning process
already he Is considered by himself
and trainers to bo 11 splendid form
HayHai
Health
Never Fails to Restore
Gray Hair o its Natural
Color and Beaufly i
No matter how long it has been gray i
or faded Promotes luxurlantgrowlli
of healthy hair Stops its falling out
and positively removes Dnn
drull Keeps hair soft and glossy
Will not soil skin or linen will not
injure your hair la not a dye c
31 and SOc bottles at druggists
S nJ 2e for free bcnlI1bc Caroot tbcIlairnnJ I
Skin Phllo 1JJSIl = C nwnrkNJ1USA
Hays Darlina Soap unwiuiiwrm the
Complexion tollrt and bath rttlruucb cJiapjx > < l 1
bnudg Krti ftKin flnnandwU 25c dnwtfUU
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
CULLEY DRUG CO 2479 WASH I
WM DRIVERtL SONS 2453 WASH
BADCONS PHARMACY 2421 WASH
= c1 df
and his letup on gruelling work la
generally regarded ns a wine move
Xo boxing haw been done by Jef
frills since last Sunday but rOD this
lime on boxing probably will tonsil
tuto his main dally regimen Speed
and clovcruoHs will ho the aim of his
work henceforth and so the gloves
must como In for constant usage
All O K IB the camps nummary
of Jeffries condition
REWARD OffERED
BY LOCAL BANKR
James PIngrec cashier of the Tin
greo National bank of this city and
president of the Layton hank states
that some time ago he lold Cashier
Ellison of the Layton bank that he
had better leave a screwdriver In tho
vault BO that If any one should hap
pen to ho locked In he could remove
the lock from the Inside and get out
before suffocation This little screw
driver came in very hand this morn
ing when the cashier and nlghtwatch
man found themselves locked In the
vault Had It not been for the pre
cautionary measure suggested by Mr
Pingree there la no question but what
the two men would have died of suffo
cation before being rescued Tho
men were in the vault for about an
hour when they found tho screw
driver and liberated tbemseUes
Mr Pingree offers rcmard of 200
for the capture and conviction of the
parties who attempted to rob tho
banK
NEW WITNESS IN
TOE SUGAR FRAUDS
Now York May OAI Important
I new witness In the continuation of the
trial today of Charles R HelUe charg
ed with suRar weighing frauds proved
to be Henry H Falltensteln now a
hotel detective who said he was a
tally man or checker on the sugar
docks when Oliver Spftzor now serv
ing a term In the Atlanta penitentiary
for underwelRhlng frauds was dock
superintendent and Harry Walker
one of tho defendants at this trial
was Spitzers assistant Falkcnstcln
said ho assigned the checkers and
weighers under time direction of Spitz
er and Walker
After establishing the witness
knowledge of the conditions on the
docks Prosecutor Stlnson led Fall < en
steIn along to the day of the raid made
by Richard Parr a government In
spector on the docks In November
1007 when the false springs and other
fraudulent devices attached to ho
scales are alleged to have been discovered
I
covered
Falkensten said he was there thai
day and saw what went on ITii
connected Jean Voelker and James F
JIalligan Jr two of the defendants
with the proceedings on the occasion
They wore working as checkers he
said and he also testified tehlr en
tries of weights on a day In the pre
ceding April when the government
contends a sugar cargo was under
weighed Falkenseln said copies of
the record of weights taken on the
docks wcxe sent to Mr Benedict In
charge of the main office In Wall
street and to Cashier Dendernagols
office This Inst copy also went to
the office of Superintendent Ocr
bracht of the sugar refinery Benncr
naqol and Gerbracbt arc defendants at
this trial
Falkenstelns testimony gave the
first Indication of the apparent course
to bo taken by the government In try
Ing to show tho inner workings of tho
alleged frauds through the refinery
office to the main office In Wall street
of tho socalled Sugar trust
Falkcnsteln testified he was direct
ed by Walker In Splicers absence tu
pay full time to men checking the gov
ernments weighers when they worked
or were away because of Illness or
other reasons The city weigher
checkers he said were docked for
whatever time they lost
Falkensteln s testimony was not
shaken on cross examination
ACED MM SEEKS
DEATH fOUR TIMES
SALT LAKE May in Four times
George Crocheron S5 years old at
tempted suicide this morning by lying
down on the tracks of the Bait Lake
Ogden railroad on Third West
street between Eighth North and
Ninth North streets As many times
was he heroically pulled from his dan
gerous position by Mrs Sarah C
Simpson 1121 North Third West street
After dragging the aged man to
safely three times Just previous to
the passing of a train Mrs Simpson
flagged the fourth train wbnn It was
approaching only a few yards way
By Ibis time sho was completely e
hausted from her efforts at saving
the old mans life and a switchman
assisted her to her home and then
notified the police
Patrolman Tom Gillespie and Driver
George Moore wont out on the patrol
wagon for Croeherou whom the found
partially under the Influence of liquor
He was taken to time home of his
daughter Mrs Pettlt 523 East Sixth
South street wbeer he Ls living
The old man told the officers that I
he was tlrod of living and had ant
ed above all things to bo run over
by the train and crushed to pieces
I drank tho whisky he said so
that 1 would eel very strong when I j
lay down on the tracks and so that
I would be asleep and would not notice
the big wheels as they ground their I
way Into my old frame
Almost tottering from old age
Crocheron loft the home of his daugh
ter about 7 oclock thin morning and
walked up town whore be purchased
a bottle of whisky Then he walked to
the railroad tracks In the north part
of the city
After looking up and down the
tracks for a train anti finally seeing
one he drank deeply of thfe liquor
and then placed his gray head on A
rail
ailThe
The old man paid no attention to
the warning signal of tho train whloh
was approaching rapidly and would
have hon cut to pieces had not Mrs
Simpson noticed him lying loon thy
truck and In her stocking feet and
but partially clad rnn Ui hIm grabbed
him by tho ahoiildora and dragged him
from the rail only a few seconds be
fore he train thunderod bv The wo
man then assisted Crochcron to a j
place of safety and left him to sober
up
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SCIENTISTS ARE
fdORE BEWILDERED
YBRKES OBSERVATORY UTL
LIAMSHJKG Vls iMiiy J Follow
Ing close upon the vhol tpectcd
astronomical condition tf revalled
early this morning when the tall of
Hnlleys comet was plainly seen In
Iho east astronomers at the Yerkfs
observatory today were further bewil
dered by a startling apparition across
the face of the sun at noon lime The
broad spectrum of light extending
ncross and a considerable distance lo
each side of the sun challenge the at
tention of vigilant observers in no un
certain fashion For the second lime
In a dozen years the little band of
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scientists was aroused to excitement
Prof E B Frost who llrst sighted
the phenomenon said he had never I
witnessed Us like Hoping td scuro
an accurate check on the strange spec
trum Profceaor Frost at once tel
phoned to observers within a radius
of a hundred miles calling attention
to the peculiarity The apparition con
tinued for less than half a hour
Comets Tall Says Harvard
CAMBRIDGE Mass May i9Whnmm I
told about the spiclrum observed to
day by astronomeiR at the Yorkes ob
servatory Prof B C 1vcketlog of
Harvard observatory said tonight the I
only possible explanation of the phe
nomenon he could offer was that the
I sprectum might have been caused by
J the presence of the comets tall be
I tween the sun and the onrth An an
nouncement of lie observation of time
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spectrum probably will bo cabled to
Europe from Hararl olrerva tory
which Is the official reporter of astro
nomical phenomena III Ibis country
Today Last Chance
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY
PASADENA Cal May 10 George B
1 e director of the Carnegie observ
atory issued a statement tonight in
which he said that the latest observa
tions of the astronomers did not indl I
cate that the earth had passed through
the tall of Halloys comet and that
his computations led him to believe
that this planet would miss contact
with the wanderers appendage en
tirely
tirelyWo
Wo saw the comet at i3S this eve
ning Pacific time said Dr Halo
M that time It was ono degree above
the horizon and had the appearance
of a hazy nebular star The color was
reddish but that would not indicate
anything because It was so near the
horizon that surface dusts and fog
from the ocean would likely explain
the color
We looked carefully for the tall
and thought wo aw a faint Indication
i > iondlng upward nnd away from the
sun but we may have been mlUakon
I am not positive we saw tho tall
at all
I do not know whether the earth
passed through tint tall today or noL
I have soon no Indication of It Ob
servations taken today and carefully
computed load mo to believe that w
are likely tq miss the tall entirely
Certainly we will miss it if wo do not I
pass throughIt tomorrow
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Sun Snots
WASHINGTON May in A largo I
group of solar spot his formed on I
the Buns visible disc since vcslordnj I
noon as shown by thp daily solar pho I
tograph fakou by George II Piters of
IhoiiHva ohservotory Thov are In 1
south Iniltndo nml In a position cor
responding to a rotational displace
mont of two davs from the suns east i
era limb These together with tho I
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large groups observed at the obser
vntorj during the last week which
are also III tho southern hemlshphere
I It is stated form an unusual condition
for this period In the sun spot circle
In Far Cities
ADEN Arabia May 19 At 130
this morning the tall of Halleys
comet appeared as the rays of a gi
gantic searchlight The head was In
I visible
CONSTANTINOPLE May 191105t
of the Moslems spent last night on
the roof quaking with fear at the
disaster they belloved to be impend
ing with the passage of the comet
WILLEMSTAD Island of Curacao
May 19 Crowds congregated on the
streets witnessed between 1 and 5
oclock yesterday afternoon n chauco
in tho solar disc much like that ob
served before an eclipse The phen
nomonea was pronounced
PARENTS visit
SUBHIH SCHOOl
Pamnls and friends of students at
tending the Ogden subbight school
Wore entertained at a public reception
hold yesterday afternoon From 1
oclock until 4 In the afternoon
throngs of visitors found their way
to the class rooms where the work of
eighth grade pupils was exhibited to
admiring friends and relatives and
guests were shown the method of con
ducting studies
The morning was devoted to regular
Htudlos SOle excellent examples of
work were on display and the recep
tion proved pleasing to a large num
ber of visitors many of whom paid
their first visit to the school since
It was adapted to the use of eight
grades of tbl city
PAPKE KNOCKS
OUT JOE THOMAS
SAN FRANCISCO May 19Joe
Thomas attempt to reestablish him
self as a middleweight champion re
ceived a rude setback in his fight to
night at Dreamland rink with Billy
Papke the Illinois Thunderbolt It
took Papke sixteen rounds to relegate
the California to the list of fighters
that were A right swing high on tho
body sent Thomas to the mat and
after this several rights delivered
with crushing forco floored Thomas
for keeps
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