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6 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY MAY 21 1910
t I EXTRA TROUSERS 1
EVER try the extra rouser
w Suit Proposition
If not you Have been missing
a great stroke of economy
a lime extra pair of Trousers costs
4 but little more and they will
J I T3 I double the life of the suit
r Every boy wears out two or
rtr4 s r 4rv three pairS of Trousers to one
Coat
r c Suits of durable Cheviots and
r r Worsteds In Reefer or Nor
I f h folk style with two pains of
I Trousers 450 5 6 to 750
s dry
This little additional cost will
cOllie back in a great saving at
the end
endNYE
FRED M NYE CO
2413 WASHINGTON AVE
fIfTY DAYS
Of Df NESS
Gives Serious Aspect to
Coal Strike in
Illinois
Peoria Ills May nWlth fifty
days of idleness already Incurred and
with a prospect of a prolonged Idle
ness In the future the coal situation
in Illinois has reached a serious point
for both the ToOOO minors and the
operators The mountains of coal the
spvoril industrial establishments had
on hand prior to the joint convention
are diminishing rapidly
Thorn Is said to bo actual want in
many families The strike fund is
paid to be about 730000 or 10 per
man
President Moorhend of the company
predicts the strike will be of short
duration but the miners say they are
out until snow flies
CLERKS PRfSfNT
NEW ARGUMENTS
Do you want to stop the wheels of
n Greater Ogden The merchants
md clerks held a mass meeting at
the court house Thursday evening to
y definitely decide on the matter of
y
J closing the local stores at 7 oclock
Saturday evenings It was voted
unanimously that all the merchants
would close their stores according to
this schedule 87 merchants signing a
0 petition to that effect
i Vc are very sorry to find that Mr
Daron of the Uaron clothing company
r absolutely refuses to sign this 7
oclock petition Last Saturday night
the clerks visited Mr Baron and the
gentleman positively slated that he
4 would close his store at 7 oclocl
Saturday evening May 21st
± In dealing with the merchants of
I i Ogdon we find that they me men of
their word They signed the petition
I I and they keep their word
I Now dear public you can see how I
I far Mr Karons word goes It was
I stated Thursday evening at the mass
i
I mooting that closing the stores at 7
J t oclock on Saturday nights was a
move for a Greater Ogden One 1f
I I the merchants stated that in his
jJ I opinion it was a crime to work clerks
fourteen to fifteen hours a day I
Gentlemen and ladies said he
what kind of wives do you expect I
t j these girls to make with their health
4 broken down and their vitality gone
ag a result of standing behind a coun
ter fourteen or sixteen hours
Vo do not thinl it Is fair to the
merchants and clerks of Ogden to
I bo forced to suffer for one mans stub
bornness Vo do not think It Is fair
or Just for a store to try to cause
throe or four hundred girls to go back I
to work until 10 oclock on Saturday
nights
nightsWe I
We would state thai the working
men havo signified their willingness
to do their shopping before 7 oclock
on Saturday nights and that they will
stand by this movement better their
follow beings
Mr Baron staled in his advertise
ment last evening Why dont some
of you people who started this early
closing movement compel the Western
Union to slop all messages at 7 p m
or why not compel all railroads to stop
all trains at that hour
In answer to this wo would say
that any broad minded person would
know that railroad employes only
work nlno or ten hours per day and
that at tho end of tho day there La
another force of mon to come to
work to relieve thorn This applies to
th + Western Union boys as well 31 r
Baron forgets that tho interstate com
merce commission regulates the hours
that the tralnmon shall work He
forgets that these men had to have
I heir hours shortened He forgets thai
I when these men worked from sixteen
to twentyfour hours straight there
were a great many more wrecks on
i the various railroads
I lust so It is with the clerk He
works ten hours then on nerve en
ergy works three or four hours more
What does this mean dear public
It means that these lives may be
wrecked It means that these girls
and boys would bo the picture of
health were tho stores closed at an
earlier hour giving them a chance
for a rest Saturday nl t
On Sunday mornings when they
should he up and ready for church
those clerks are In their beds trying I
to regain that which they lost during
j thy long extra hours of the evening be
i fore
I
In conclusion we will state that
it is your duty as citizens of Ogden
to give the merchants who close their
stores at 7 oclock on Saturday nights
for the betterment of their clerks
your consideration and patronage and
In so doing help push tho wheels for
a Greater Ogden
Signed TilE CLERKS
I By a Committee I
Asacl Farr
I POSTMASTER BACI
FROM WASmNGTON
Postmaster L W Shurlllff has Just
relll end from New York Boston and
Washington lie happoned to be In
Washington during the time tho rail
road bill was being discussed and I
heard the senior senator from Utah
deliver a threehour speech Inter
spersed by questions and explana
tions on the long and short haul
amendment to tho bill and he was
profuse In his praise of not only the
ability and influence of Senator
Smoot but the strength of the entire
Utah delegation and stated Utah citi
zens should feel proud of their repre
sentatives In congress
lie had a err pleasant meeting
with Postmaster General HftchcoeK
First Assistant Post master General
Granficld and Supervising Architect J
K Taylor His leave of fifteen das
was very pleasantly and profitably
spent but he says he is always glad
to be back home again
WEBER CLUB TO
ISSUE BULLETIN
At a recent meeting of the board
of directors of the Weber club a new
mode of advertising Ogden City and
Weber county was adopted
I The club proposes to Issue a
Monthly Progress Bulletin starting
out in a small wax with the Issuance
of an insert Later however it may
grow into a real magazine Tho mai
I ler has been placed in the hands of a
publicily committee who will In time
firsl Issue show Ogden as a railroad
manufacturing and warehouse center
Subsequent Issues will deal with agri
culture horticulture financial min
ing Ogden canyon real estate Ogden
Lucin cutoff educational climate
health and current topics
The circulation of this Bulletin
tho club desires to accomplish through
I tho business houses of this city it
will ho Issued at the close of each
month and a supply furnished each
business house for enclosing with
their monthly statements correspond
once Invoices etc
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O Washington May 21The c
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A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE u r
No woman who bears children need suffer during tho period
V
of waiting nor at tho timo of babY coming if Mothers 1 I
Friend is used as a masago for tho muscles tendons and glands
of the body Mothers Friend is a penetrating healthful lini
ment which strengthens tho liftamcnta lubricates and renders pliant thoso
orasclca on which tho strain is greatest provents caking of tho breasts by keop
Injj tho ducts open and relieves nausea backache numbness nervousness etc
Ita regular use will propara every portion of tho system for tho safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and dancer when the little ono
comes Mothers Friend is sold at drug sttvcs Write for our froo book which
contains valuable information for cspcctant mothers I
THE BRADFsELD CO ATLANTA GA
MAKE YOUR
IMAKE GUESS NOW
l
Ogden and Weber Countys Population Should be Announced With
in Fifteen DaysThat Would Give You Fifteen More Guesses
Write Out Your Guess and Win Money for Yourself
I
Now is the time to guess what the
population of Ogden Is It costs sub
scribers nothing to guess and you may
win a cash prize You can win an
other cash prize by guessing the pop
ulation of Weber county Cut out tho
I
OGDEN SHOTS ARE
BEST IN THE WEST
They Win the High Average Medal and the Globe Trophy at the
Northwest Shoot Held at Walla Walla Remarkable Rec
ord Made by Archie Bigelow and G L Becker
I
In times past the citizens of Ogden
havo boon justly proud of tho success
of its baseball team and the busfncsn
men havocontributed generously to
the support of that organization but
they are also Interested in the success
of the members of the gun clubs who
go away to shoot In tournaments
where there are gathered together
the most expert shots Such an event
has Just closed at Walla Walla Wash
ington where there was held the
twentysixth annual tournament of tho
Sportsmens Association of Ihc North
west The Ogden Gun club was rep
resented by G L Becker A P Blge
low and Moroni Skeen
There were in attendance seventy
seen of the best amateur shots from
the states of California Oregon
Washington British Columbia Mon I
tana Idaho and Utah and eight pro
fessionals representing the leading
gun and ammunition firms of the
country The program consisted of
200 targets per man for each of the j
MILKMEN TO
OBEY THE
LAWS
It was originally intended to enforce
the now milk ordinance on June 1st
but as so many of the dairymen have
failed or neglected to put In their
proper heating apparatus and prepare
for the bottling of milk the tine has
been extended by tho mayor of the
city until Juno Kith
On that day if the city ordinances
in relation to milk are not fully com
plied with arresls will bo made The
lime to dillydally in this matter Is
past The dairymen must either go
out of the milk business or comply
with the law
VAGRANTS ARE
ORDERED OUT
Tn the police court this morning
Flora Wilson Grace Ray and Emma
Thompson colored women failed to
make their appearance on the charge
of vagrancy and their bonds in the
sum of 10 each wore declared for
feited
John Cox TJ J Logan James Bron
nan M LMay George Shcphard
James Burnes J McCarthy C J
Burns and John Stevens were ar I
raigned on the charge of vagrancy
Some of tire mon pleaded guilty and
others stated that they were not
guilty
Testimony was taken In the cases
where the plea of not guilty was en
tered at the conclusion of which the
court decided that the men wore all
guilty of having no visible moans of
support and he sentenced them to 90
days in the city jail but stated tbat I
time sentence would be suspended pro
viding the parties leave the city at an
early hour This plan was readily
agreed to by the defendants and they
were soon on their way out of Ihc
city
I
John Riley also was given a sits I
j
pended sentence of 99 days ho hay I
Ing already spout seven days In jail I
W Ward pleaded guilty to the i
charge of drunkenness and was re
quested by the court to pay a fine of
5
James Lain stated that ho
was I
guilty of vagrancy and that he could
live no other life under his physical
condition He walks with a cane an d
a crutch Tho court told him to leave i
the city or it would become necessary i
to send him to jail The old man II
Started on his journey out of tho city
MOTION CALENDAR Il i
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IN DISTRICT COURT
The following motion calendar was
heard by Judge Howoll in the dis
trict court today
Emma Haloy vs Thomas Hale
demurrer Overruled 20 days to ans
wer Walter Richey vs J B Ellis ot al
demurrer of defendant Ellis Over
ruled 20 days to answer
Ellhu G Neighbor vs Pacific Really I
Association motion to strike De
nied
niedFirst National Bank of Ogden vs
The Uramwell Grocery Co et a 1 de I
murrer Continued
John Undstrom vs Diamond C > al I
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coupon and wrlto your guess Th
r coupon will appear every day until the
government announce the result You
may have 15 chances to guess yet
The only condition is that your sub
scrlpilon shall be paid one day in ad
vance when the result Is announced
three days The lust three events In
each day were for the association
trophies and wore shot from a handi
cap the better shots being placed at
a greater distance than targets aro or
dinarily shot 3 t
In former tournament Ogden shoot
ers havo won signal honors and thIs
year they were even more successful
than heretofore
G L Becker won the Globe
troph making a score of 4S out of
oO targets this trophy never having
been won on so high a score but once
before
A P Blgelow won the Dayton
medal on a score of 39 out of JO
I targets and tho high average medal
the coveted prize of the tournament
I awarded to the man making the high
est score for time entire three days
Mr BlgeJow broke 5ol out of GOO an
average of 9312 per cent McLaugh
tin of Seattle and Dryden of Wall
Walla tied for second average with
557 targets broken and G L Becker
was third man with 555
Coko company demurrer Overruled
1
ruled 20 days to ansker
Annie Jensen vs Christian Jensen
motions Granted
C II Anderson ct al vs W W Gar
cr motion to strike and for judg
ment Advisement
In ro estate of James Johnston de
ceased demurrer Passed
Martha W Goddard rs II II God
third order to show cause Passed
RECEPTION
HELD FOR
TEACUERS
i
I As a fitting close of a long year of
hard work In the school loom and to
express In a measure their apprccia
linn of the good results obtained and
the loyal support given the schools by
the teachers during the past year Su
perintendent M Mills the principal
and supervisors of the schools and the
office employes of the Board of Educa
tion gave a reception In honor of tho
I Ogden teachers nt the Central school
last Thursday afternoon Tho mem
bers of the Board of Education were
also guests of the occasion
In addition to the lawn flower S
and trees which have always made
this school very attractive a largo
arch of roses was built over the gate
baskets of cut flowers were suspended
from trees and bushes giving a pretty I
effect The national colors were used
In decorating a large flag being hung
across the front door of the building
and smaller ones among the treos The
lawn was dotted with small tables dec
orated with cut flowers and as the
guests arrived they were served with
appetizing refreshments
Music was furnished bY the High
school orchestra under the direction
of Miss Hunter and vocal solos were
rendered by several High school stu
dents Over one hundred and fifty
guests wore present and teachers and
principals were given an excellent op
portunity of becoming acquainted wIth
each other and of cultlvallng a social
side of their work
The following were the persons who
gave tbo reception
1 M Mills superintendent of
schools
J 0 Cross principal High school
J J Harris principal Grant school
T W WIntle principal Lewis school
W L Underwood principal of Mad
Isun school
John A Junk principal of Washing
I ton school
Mrs T R Maguire principal of Cen
tral school
Mrs Ilattie E Wade principal of
Quincy school
Miss M Juno Pierce principal of
Mound Fort school
Miss Ina E Craven principal of Pin
sroe school
Mrs D H Adams principal of Sub
High school
Mr Henry Barker principal of Dec
school
Miss Josephine Seaman principal of
Fic Points school
Miss Wllla Spurgeon primary su
pervisor
Mr Donald Beaurcgard drawing su
pervisor
Miss Lillian Royce sewing super
visor
Miss Marllla Beater music super
s blor
Miss Alice Bowen superintendents
secretary
Miss Ivy Williams clerk of board
of education
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ROCK SPRINGS MAN
INJURED BY FAll
SALT LAKE Ma 20In an un I
conscious condition Ludwig Anderson
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of Rock Springs Wyo jtf years old
was picked up by Patrolman HInton
after ho had fnllon downstairs at 62
East Second South street last night
and was taken to the emergency hrfi
pitnl at the police station where ho
was attended by Dr F B Steele po
lice surgeon The mans right arm
above the wrist had been fractured
and he sustained a deep gash over the
right ee Anderson was removed to
St Marks hospital where lie was still
unconscious at 1 oclock this after
noon
TO DISCUSS
THE EARLY
CLOSING
The act that seven oclock closing
Is drawing more then unusual atten
tion IH evidenced by the fact that to
morrow morning nt the Sixth Ward
Sunday school the time In the Par
ents Department will be given over
to a discussion Of the subject Many
of those who have been prominently
connected with the movement have
signified their Intention of being In at
tendance
It is desired thai all people who arc
Interested In the subject shall attend
Those who belong to these parents
classes which are organized In every
ward In Weber county are the parents
of the girls and boys effected by this
movement and therefore the subject
will doubtless be one of considerable
Interest to them
The supervisors of the class in time
Sixth arc especially desirous of a full
attendance of regular members as well
as others
Elder Samuel Dyo will be the speak
er at the regular session In the even
ing Mr Dye has not announced his
subject but he never fails to entertain
and edify his hearers Some special
music has been arranged for the even
ing session
AGENTS WANTED
FREH SAMPLES Agents only Fau
cet Strainer Splash Preventer Send
2c stump mailing cost 5 profit
iailv and upward Let us provo It
FRANK SEED 93 Reade St N Y
52111
I PROBATE CALENDAR
INDISTRICT COURT
Jibe following probate matters
wore held by Judge Howell In tho
district court today
Estate and guardianship of Frank
Almon While et al minors Peti
tion to sell real estate Granted
Estate of John Usher deceased Pe
lition for letters of administration
Continued ono week
Estate and guardianship of Dor
ris E Ford minor Petition for let
ters of guardianship Granted
Estate of Cra ton M Lccdom de
ceased Petition for partial distribu
tion Granted
Estate of Knud Emmertson de
ceased Petition for letters of ad
ministration
AHHl DEFEAT
TOMMY MURPHY
NEW YORK May 20Abo Attcll
the featherweight champion easily
hosted Tommy Murphy tonight In a
tenround bout at the National Sport
lag club The first six rounds were
all Attclls lie was faster cleaner
and cooler In particular his left jab
to the face was puzzling and dama
ging
In the seventh and eighth Murphy
worked to close quarters and did some I
wicked Infighting They were his only
rounds With a burst of speed Attell
let looso all he know In tho ninth
and made Murphy look almost lIke an
amateur In tho tenth the champion
was content to hold a safe lead
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CONFERENCE WOULD
HELP THE INSANE
ST LOUIS May 20 Problems In
volved In the committing of insane
patients to hospitals and tho early
treatment of persons who show a ten
dency to unsound mind were consid
ered by the National Conference of
Charities and Corrections today
Oklahoma City May 21Xo addl
llonal casualties were recorded today
as a result of tho tornado which late
yesterday partlall wrecked the vil
lages of Maysvillo McCnrty and Paoll I
Mr Dubcrry the wife of a minister
was killed
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
GOOD GIRL for housework No bun I
derIng Good wages 2322 Jefferson
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FIVEROOM furnlsed house modorn
and complete Enquire 2 556 Jeffc
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ORPHEUM THEATER
Starting Sunday and Ail Week
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday
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Evening Prices 10 25 35 and 50c
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VERNE LAYTON AT THE ORPHEUM NEXT WEEK
SNOW fAll
N WilN6
Five Inches of the
Beautiful In Chey
enne
Denver May 1A heavy snow
storm prevailed today all the way
from northern Wyoming into southern
Colorado The weather ia compara
tively warm and most of the snow
melts as it falls In Denver the Snow
storm was as heavy as any of laot
winter The storm will bo of great
benefit to ranchers and stockmen
Five inches of snow fell at Chey
enne Wyo and the storm was said
to be general over that stale Tele
graph service wost of Denver was ee
rlously crippled for a time the wet
snow pulling down the wires in many
places
Bluff City Kos May 21 A tornado
destroyed several farm houses barns I
orchards and crops In the eastern part
of lost Parker last night No lives were I
I Houston Texas May 21 Heavy
rains accompanied by aovoro winds
hall and electrical displays again vis
ited southwest and central Texas last
night More than 20 towns report
houses blown down and In some In
stances people were slightly injured
At Gonzales a well known Mexican
was killed by lightning
The streams are rising rapidly Rod
many levees in rice fields have been i
washed away The crops In many sec I
tions however have been greatly ben
efited by the downpour
CAMPBELL BROS
Campbell Brother Consolidated
Shows will appear In Ogden Friday
June 3rd The
performers arc so nu
morons the enlerlalnment so varied
the horses and trained animals so
wonderful and the wild beast of tile
menagerie BO strange and curious that
ono Is kept busy to son all that Is
going on before them eo come early
and take it all In
EPIDEMIC OF
COMET COLDS
New York May tThe comet
cold Is epidemic In New York A
marked Increase In the number of
colds and cases of grippe in tho last
few days said by physicians to lift
the outcome of thousandsof roof part
ics watching for Ilalleyjj comet
When asked about tho comet cold
epidemic Health Commissioner Lted
orle sold the health department had
received no official notlco of its pro
alence but he had received a pro I
I tst from a citizen asking him in I
i stop the newspapers publishing scary
j stories about the cornel because it
was frightening oversensitive per
sons Into illness
TiilEY WOULD
LAAVE NO
ALLEY
The local Womans Christian Tern
pcrance Union at Its regular moot I
Ing lest Wednesday passed the fol
lowing resolutions
Resolved That thc W C T U ol
Ogden heartily commends the action
of County Commissioner Frank Moon
In refusing to vote for the sale ol
liquor by the resort owners In Ogden
Canyon and that we hereby call upon
tbo citizens of Ogden and Weber
county who are opposed to Its salt
there to givo their voles this fall re
gardjcss of political affiliations only
to those candidates for commission
er who will properly represent them h
and their wishes In this matter 1
Resolved Thai wo deeply doplora
the partnership existing between the
munlclpalily of Ogden and the di1
graded woman who Irafllcs In the vir
I tue of her sisters and that we cou
udder It demoralizing to the whole
city for our policemen to be aaslgne1
I In the task of maintaining order la
the socalled restricted district an1
i collecting debts for Ibo Inmate ll
thereof
Resolved That we understand per
fectly who Is responsible for this in
fnmouH condition and that the offi j
cials responsible arc nol representing 1
us when they take revenue from that
source or harbor such a dIstrict an 1
that wo arc willing to pay higher
taxes If necessary to replace such rev
enue
Resolved That wo favor the same
firmness and Impartiality In dealing
I with undesirable women that Is exer
cised In dealing with undcslrabl
menResolved
Resolved That wo believe lint ail r
efforts to restrict or reform the SA j
loon Is a waste of time and energy on
tho part of good men and women i
and that we hereby reiterate our firm Y
belief in stale and national prohibition
wfth the necessary senators and rep
rcdontatlvcs to enact the law and tin
necessary olllcers to enforce it nfl bp
Ins the only remedy that will effect
ually remove tho liquor traffic and the
vices that always attend tho sale of
liquors
VERY PARTICULAR
Llttlo Charles aged four s very
fond of chickens and whoa ho saw th i
chicken pie brought In for dinner said
Please Papa I wanl some of the
chicken but not any of the coop
Full Inalnictlone for the pasteuri
zation of milk at homo are given h
the June number of Popular Iectia
ICE Tho process Is simple and r
quires no special apparatus
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