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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 21 1910 a
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I LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two ringNo 58
Bell Phone two ringsNo 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo B8
Bell Phoha Ono ringNo 04
f RANDOM
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DEFERENCES
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If you cat cat at Livingston
Cafeteria
Invite Voter nGTho members or
Lincoln circle No 2 Ladles of tho
J
G A R extend an invitation to tin
comrades of tho 0 A R post am
their wives and tho Spanish war vet
erans and their wives to a social at
tho K Phnll this evening at 8
oclock
Advertisers mast nave their copy tor
t e Evening Standard tho evening be
Lori the day on which the advertise
ment Is to appear In order to insure
publication
To Violt LoganMr and Mrs J P
Aludus left Friday morning for Lo
gan Utah to attend the commence
ment exoreiHOs of the A C college
where their Ron Alfred has beer
awarded tho honors of n slx year agrl
cultural course
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
German Church Service German
Lutheran services will be held at tho
Reorganized chapel Sunday at 230
p m The Rev William J Lankow
of Salt Lake will conduct tho mooting
and all Gcrmana are specially wel
come
Castle Gale Clear Crook and Rock
Springs coal 560 par ton cash on
delivery Phone 149 RobL B Lewis
International Blbls Studontc Meet
ings under the auspices of tho Inter
national Diblo Students association
will be hold on Sunday ns follows
11 am at 302 Wilson avenue Five
Points subject Tho Now Creation
230 p m at Labor hall 363 Twenty
fourth street subject Will the Earth
Ever Bo Destroyed by a Comet or
Otherwise Isaiah 4615 Those
meetings and others which will be
held at various places aro open to
all who have an oar to hear or an In
clination to learn of tho truth
Call Alien phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
r specialty Also prompt delivery of
taKeiaso 412 2Gth
Funeral for Mrs Fcnner The fune
ral services for Mrs Sarah Helen Fen
ner will be hold at 2 oclock tomor
row afternoon at the Rlchoy funeral
chapel Rev John Edward Carver
conducting the services Interment
will lake place In Mountain View
cemetery
BIsmark Chile ana sandwich bar
Imported and Domestic Delicatessen
Sanitary Gas Cooking
Get your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Line tickets at tho office In the
l Opera House Block Dont force your
self to stand in line at tho Depot
Tho Commercial Club and tho Fruit
Growers association of Brigham City
have conilncnccd preparations for the
observance of their annual Peach
Day in September of this year
COAL Call up Parker Co tor
rrtcs on lump nut and alack Parker
Coal Co
Mrs Lorimer of Brigham City visit
ed friends In Ogden during the past
week
You can get your Spring Hat for
cuehalf city prices at tho Five Points
Millinery 23S Washington Ave
Mrs Rose Nooly and children of
Brigham City were the guests of Mr
and Mrs L L Mortonfion In Ogden
the past few days
Kodak finishing Tripp 340 25th
street
Clove Wednll of Ogden visited
frlunds in Tremonton Utah during
the past week
Mr and Mrs Hawley of Ogden visit
ed their daughter Mrs McDermott In
IJrlshnm City during tho past weok
For SaeOlo mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
See tilt Four State Fair premium
list on pages 11 12 and 13 Cut It
out nnd save It for it will not appear
In this newspaper aagln
WANTED Clean whllo raga at tho
Standard
Continued on Page Seven
I SHINGLE MILLS ARE TO
REOPEN IN WASHINGTON
Seatllo Wash May 21 Shinglo
mills throughout Western Washing
ton that have been kept idle since
April 22 to prevent a decline In prices I
will resume operations Monday About
2500 mrn are affected
AH a result of tho lldrty day sus
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ASKED THE MANINTHEMOON
YHAT MADE HIM RISE
SOUGHT
WHY HE SAID I EAT
A SACK OF
CECET
fLOlfJR
EACH NIGHT 11 H
pension shingle mon estimate be
I tween 2500 and 3000 carloads ot
shingles have been kept oft tho mar
koL Thus they assert the market
has been saved from demoralization
notwithstanding that priests nrc gen
erally about five cents per thousam
lower Uinn the scale for which tho
manufacturers stood
The West Coast Ife Insur =
ance Company
At the special meeting of the share
holders of the West Coast Life In
surance Company held Monday the
capital stock was Increased 100000
This thousand shares of new stock
was all subscribed for before the I
meeting at a premium sufllcleul tc
add 100000 to the capital und lfiO
000 Jo the surplus of tho company
thus materially adding to the secur
Ity of tho policyholders
Tine statement of President hour
L Crocker to tho shareholders was aa
follows
Gentlemen The action you have I
just taken In increasing the capital
stock of the West Coast Life Insur
ance Company la a stop taken to In
crease the efficiency and scope of the
company and is most commendable
I now take pleasure in announcing
that every share of stock In fact an
oversubscription of this Issue has al
ready been placed and the entire
250000 Is now suhect to the call of
the secretary This result Is most
pleasing to tho executive department
and 1 wish to thank every stockhold
er for his liberality and the evident
faith they have shown in my admin
istration
As every stockholder Is aware U
is no easy task to build up an Insur
ance company to tho point wo han
now reached Even In the develop
ment of an ordinary lifo department
years arc often taken to accomplish
good results but wo have now reach
ed a point In this department that Is
most pleasing Tho building up of an
Industrial business is even more diffi
cult but success Is always attended
by results that aro even moro satis
factory
In these two departments the turn
ing point has been reached by our
company and the drain of lnestlng
to build up tho company has now
been met and overcome With the in
creased capital and tho large surplus
wo now hno to meet tho future reserves
will
servos of our pollcyholderp wo
he enabled to broaden out on conser
vative Unes and extend our agencies
throughout the Coast
When you consider that our com
pany was organized but a month be
fore tho earthquake and practically
our entire equipment was destroyed
and that the intervening years with
their strikes and panics have been
somewhat of a struggle In our show
ing today of a combined business of
practically 10000000 in policies with
a premium income of about 450000
per annum wo feel we have cause for
congratulation
This company was formed for the
purpose of keeping these rapidly ac
cumulating funds at home for Invest
ment In local stocks bonds nnd mort
gages and In the next few years at
the rate our income is Increasing wo
should be a large factor In handling
such Investments
With the Increased prosperity of the
Pacific Coast this company has more
than a fair chance of Increasing Its
business here without fear of compe
tition In tho writing of ordinary and
Industrial life Insurance
During tho construction period of
this company it has been examined
by tho commissioners of various
stateH and a number of valuable sug
gestions have been offered by lion
E Myron Wolf Insurance Commls
sionor of California which have been
adopted and which have accrued to
the benefit of the company
TESTINfi OUT
THE MOTOR
CARS
Sidney Bamborgcr vice president
of the Salt Luke Ogdon Railway ar
rived In Ogdcu last night to superin
tend the making of trial trips of tho
new electric interurban cars Trial
trips will bo made dally In order to
enable the motormen and conductors
to become thoroughly acquainted with
the road Us curves crossings and
grades
gradeWe expected to have the cars In
operation between Ogden and Salt
Lake by Ute 2Sth of this month said
Mr Bainborger last night We will
until the completion of the ovorhead
cross of tho Union Pacific tracks
have a schedule of about an hour
and ten minutes but when the cross
over is completed we will be able to
maintain a schedule of fortyfive m m
ites between Ogden and Salt Lake
HP stated that until all the perma
nent bridges have been put In the
schedule will naturally be a little slow
The two river bridges and the over
head crossing on Wall avenue will
cost tho Bambergcr road about 100
000 At an early date Mr Dambcrgir
stated the company will begin the
construction of Its line north on Lin
coln avenue from Twentyfifth street
lo Twentysecond street as was the
original Intention
NOTICE
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There will be a meeting of tho
members of the German Evangelical
St 1auls church at tho Swedish Lu
theran Church corner 23rd street and
Jefforpon avenue on Sunday Juno
th at 11 oclock a in for the pur
pose of authorizing the Trustees to
dihpohf of lots 11 and 15 in Block one
Ii Hcrrlmana Addition In the City
of Ogden ttah
Dated Ogden Utah May 18th 1910
II G HESS Secretary
Citizens of Ogden
Boost for your city by using 00
DEN MADE FLOUR It costs you no
moro and every sack you usa la a
boost for your town
In that way you make a Chicago
of Ogden Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
HIGH PRICES
The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish
Pnnlf roipi rr Wmhncton
aft 1 i I 0 I 11 ii I a
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A Joy Ride for You 4ii > 9 r Auto Soon Awarded
I On tho 15th of next month we will send this t o r t I x = iteroemlx r that every UoUet you hold makes
dandy little machine up to some ones homo It nearer possible for yon to win the Unlck
why not poursThe tickets arc free with ev Ii which we give to some one next month It la n
I ery dollar purchaseand tho tlmo Is whorl oM GOOD TO TRADE good mnchlnr OARJ and Inexpensive to operate
ShOl t Saturday makes a
Boys Nifty B usy M on d ay Lingerie
StraW Hats Dresses
Those nifty little loafs which There are reasons why we should make You probably can buy a lin
which were on were sale soon at both sold stores oulto but the Monday following the short Saturday gerie for lean dress than on the onr garment second floor can
received of them be uinde you also will have
day we rcce more
and offer them on the second day busier than usual mainly that we must make up the advantage of trying on and
r jaunty floor al turnedup COirThojjc brim have and the the for the three hours during which the stores are closed showing of noting n the wonderful styles range We arc of
patent leather top and then we feel more like work on Monday SInce styles in white pink and blue
all sizts for the made of materials as fmo na
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little chaps MouWHHgfffl we have had the rest of Saturday night and Sunday you want themthe prices
d11 UngCfrom25t05000
I These prices are sure to bring many buyers Monday < I
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Boys Wash 9 5 c
Suits
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Boys Two Piece
Wash Suits2nd
floor of the
big store a
plain colors
Blue and
tan cham
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bry The
coat is a
stylish cut
little gar
I men tbu t
tons from the
shoulder on one fJ M
I side Ages 2 to lffi t l
G years belt col
lars and t
cuffs
knlckcrbocker
pants 95c
500 Girls 298
Jackets
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For girls of 6 to 14 yrs
those dainty little
jackets are
handy every
ki
r e ry season
of the year
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The mater
o f rials are all
wool a va
riety of col
ors The
nh regular val
ues up to 5
Monday for
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Half Price for Ladies Suits
Monday again we repeat the remarkable
sale of a few days ago when we offered
any suit in the stock for half of the r
regular priceThis offer is made again r °
for Monday and the suits offered are of
the very newest designs and materials
Regular 1500 Suits now Eegular 3000 ft 5 00 1
offered 4 7 O Suits for Jl I
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Regular x 12000 Suits now Regular 5500 i 7 50 v 1 l t
Suits for
offcred tI lJ
at i9OO
Regular 4000
Regular 425 r A 2000
1012 0 Suits for
Suits for JJ < 4f e pvU7 c
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Y f
Kilnonas 650 Long 0 Silk 398 1
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decidedly sty
lish luxurious
ti
r long silk kim I 1 tkt
ona b the handiest pJJ
garment a woman
can own these are I
of beautiful Jnp silk in
I Oriental dcsi usPink
light Blue and other col y
I ors shirred yoko which r t
d hangs straight and is very o
fallalSO the Empire r 1
style which is a very pret r <
II II ty style and hangs from l
1 t1 U the bust The price is er y f
650 Monday we offer
your choice nt X13 98 <
Fina1 Dress Goods Sal e
Heres what the man said of them the man who bought them and who will sell them to you
rr In all of the twelve years I have boon here this is th e best Dress Goods Item we have offered
In short it is our entire new stock of the bes t dress goodsgoods which we could not replace for the money we ask our customers to notice them in the
aisle opposite tho Silk Counter
Any of our 75c dress goods flCferj Any of tho 150 dress goods 98
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for I for Any of the goods from3 to 4 1 98
An of the 125 dress for 8
Any goods
79c Any of the 2 or 250 dress goods 11 8
for JlI
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SAYS TlMfS AR I
OUT Of JOINT i
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ATLANTIC CITY N J May 20 J
I cannot be a poBslmltit while God
s In his heaven hut I declare to you
that discredit the miickrackorfl and
the mock reformers as we will the
times arc out of joint Bald Rev
Dr James M Barkley of Detroit to
day In his sermon opening the 122nd
general assembly of the Prcsbytenlau
church
Sins that threaten the vory exis
tence of this Christian nation are tho
vulgar race for gain and the rotting
sin of social vita said limo speaker
The former of these evils tho in
ordinate love of money Is tho paren
tal and passionate root of sills that
have vitiated the whole world It han I
given us the grafter In office nnd the
white slave dealer In society those
twin vampires of civilization
SAYS BOYS NOW TAKE
WRONG VIJ OF WORK
WASHINGTON May 20 CharleB
Bookwaltcr former mayor of Indian
apolis speaking before the United
Typothetao of America today on the
siiblrrt of the futiiro of Wlnona Tech
ideal institute declared the tendency
of the average American tochnlcul
school was to educate boys away from
work and not toward it The aver
age American boy Is getting lo think
III IK dishonorable lo work with his
sleeves up Mr Bookwalter declared
I SEVERE STORM
SEEPS SOUTH
PAULS VALLEY Okla May 20
Maynvlllo a small town fifteen miles
northwest of bore was wiped out
by a tornado early this evening Sev
oral persons wore killed according to
the meager report received
Tho town of McCarthy near Mays
I vlllo was almost enUrrly swept away
and three persons killed All wires
aro down and details cannot he earn
ed Relief parties will probably bo
sent out tonight
One of the hardest hailstorms In
the history of this section swept over
a stretch of country near here thin
evening In places practically obliter
atlng all signs of vegetation
MADILL Okla May OW S
Lindsay an oil mill operator was
killed In a small tornado hero this
evening Ten houses wore blown
away
PROBATION OFFICERS MEET
ST LOUIS May 20A protest
aeilnst the scarcity of pmjartoi of
ctfJl1 1IJ
ficers In tho United States wns made I
by Rernard Flexner of Louisville at
the convention of the national proba
tion officers here today
CHURCH WORKfRS
OBSERVE TRUCE
LEWISBUUC W Va May 20
Hostilities which developed on the
floor of the general assembly of the
SouttuTji Presbyterian church In ses
sion here today resulting from an at
tempt to modify the business organi
zation of the church were suspended
temporarily tonight
The contention developed on the re
port of coordination of the executive
committee recommending reduction
of the executive commit toe from six
I to four mon tho reduction of tho as
sembly collection from 10 to 18 and
that the committee on beneficence he
made a permanent and more powerful
organization
HYDE DECLARESI
COURT ERRED I
KANSAS CITY Mo May 20Altor
nays for Dr B CKyilo hari filed n I
W J pll
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motion for a new trial for their client
Arguments on tho motion will he
heard by Judge Latshaw June I
The attorneys sot forth tho follow
II ing allegations
That Judge Latshaw showed preju
dice against the defendant and that
he acted Improperly toward Dr Hydea
counsel
That evidence other than that
touching dlrertl upon the death of
Colonel Swope should not ho admitted
Into tho record
That the Jurors were moved to con
vict tho physician more by passion
and prejudice than by reflection on
testimony
That tho court should have forced
the state to give to tho defense the
letters passing between the prosecu
tion and Its scientists
That incompetent evidence was ad
mitted and competent evidence was
barred
SEEK TO SHOW
HEIKES GUILT
NEW YORK May OIIcnrr H
Falkenstcln formerly a checker em
I ployed by tho American Sugar Refin
ing company was tho chief witness
called by the government today In the
trial of Charles II Heike secretary
I treasurer of the company who with j
five subordinates is charged with con
splracy to defraud the government by
I undcrwelghlug Imports of sugar I
i Through this witness tho proaeou
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350 Lingerie 398
Petticoat
Exquisite lingerie fmuslin
of the soft fire finish trimmed
with a deep flounce of the valen
ciencc lace insertions with an
edge of the same lace and of the
same patterna heading of fine
ribbon runs through the top of
the flounce This is our elegant
5 00 garment which is offered
at Jp39S
This Dainty SOC lUJ
Sacque
Just a little special fir Monday
a dainty dressing ui for
50c Polka Dots on into or
black ground has square
yoke with
a turnov
er fold in fm
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front 34 °
length
slop VPS
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turned
back cuffs
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belt in
thp baok k
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lion brought out that records of the
weights taken on the docks man ol
which are alleged to have been fraud
ulent were sent to tho main office ni
tho sugar trust in Wall street to the
onicc of lames P Pendernagel one
time cashier and thon to tho formoi
refinery superintendent Ernest P Gor
bracht both of whom arc defendants
Helkc must have known Is the claim
May Sale of
Undermuslins
Tho season for dainty well
made muslins Is hero Gradua
tion time tho summer gowns
all call for dainty muslins
Tho May special salo prices
65c values In Corsot Covers
Drawers and Gowns at45c
160 values In Skirts Gowns
and Corset Covers at95c
2 GO values in Gowns Skirts
and long Chemise195
100 values in skirls 295
5150 values In Skirts 335
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