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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY MAY 31 1910 5
UNION 1JEL
STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rlngBNo 55
F Del Phone two rIngs No 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone ono rlnnNo 58
Bell Phono one ringNo 54
RANDOM
REfERENCES
If you eat eat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
Advertisers mHrt nave ttielr copy or
t e Evening Standard the ovonlng be
taro the Jay on which the advertise
ment Is to appear In order to Insure
publication
I
Coal call GtJ Father Co for
rates on lump nut and Black
Minor Arrects Harry Davis was
arrested last evening by Patrolman
Rnckhnnf on the charge of mendicancy
and J Farley hy Patrolman llearn
for drunkenness
Castlo Gate Clear Crook nnd Rock
Springs coal 550 per ton cash on
delivery Phone HD RobL B Lewis
Call Allen pnonea 32 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
r Epccalty Also prompt delivery of
Laggage < 12 25th
Get your Union Pacific nnd Oregorr
Shod Line tickets at the office In the
Opera House Block Dont force your
self to stand In lino at tho DopoL
Milton Howard Dead Milton How
ard the four car old son of Mr and I
Mrs G B Knight died at the family
residence 2110 Grant avenue at 800
last evening The funeral services
will bo held at Logan Utah on Wed
nesday uL 2 p m where tho interment
will be rnadd
COAL Call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and clack Parker
Coal Co
Kodak finishing Tripp 340 25th
street
For SafeOld mate Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard offico
Continued on Pago Seven
FREE BOOK ON PILES I
Tells How to Oure Them With In
ternal Medicine
1
Do yon know the cause of plies
la It internal or external
Will salves suppositories or cutting
remove the cause
How can ono be cured permanent
ly
Do you know how Dr J S Leon
hardl found the cause and euro
All these questions answered fully
in a booklet mailed free by Di Leon
hanlt Co Station D Buffalo N Y
or at BADCONS PHARMACY Ogden
Utah who sell the successful remedy
Hemrioldundjer guarantee at lliQr
larg < t bottle
TOOELE INVADED BY
PY PRESS ASSOCIATION
Elect New Officers and Take Inter
eating Trips About the
Place
Tooelc May 31Tlic luau Press as
fioclation more than fifty strong In
vaded the town yesterday Jn the
part wore many cdltor8 ot country
editors their wives sweethearts
and friends
One of the main Issues of the day
was the election of officers which
was held In the court house The
following officers wore elected
President Arnold II Schulthesu edi
tor of the Beobachtor Salt Lake first
vice president V S Peel of Inde
pendent Salt Lake second vice pres
ident C R Stroney of Tooele Times
third vice president Samuel L Rad
don of Park City Record correspond
Ing secretary I E Diehl treasurer
May Anderson editor Childrens
Friend
The visitors arrived on the morn
ing train In a special car which had
been placed at their disposal by of
ficials of the Salt Lake Route They
wore met at the station by members
of the Commercial club Carriages
I wore In waiting and the scribes were
taken about the town and later took
a motor car to the new international
smelter where a repast was son d
After viewing the finer points of ore
r refining the party returned to town
lames Dunn editor of the Tooclo
Transcript provided the visitors with
a box of oranges On tile trip back to I
Salt Lake confectionery was provid
ed by Mr Dunn for the women of the I
pnrty
110 SALT LAKE i RETURN 5110
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Account Y M Y L M I Asso
ciation meeting Tickets on sale via
Oregon Short Line June 2ud to pth
Inclusive good returning until June I
IGth Tickets on sale at City Ticket I
Oflico 2514 Washington Avenue
E A SHEWED P T A
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A
PEERYS
CRESCENT
FLOUR
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MAKE THE
I LIGHTEST
BREAD
I EXHIBIT OFRLCS I
WAS iNTERESTING I
Tho exhibition of war relics nnd
souvenirs of foreign climes held jes
terday nt tho Armory by the Spanish
War Veterans was largely attended
and proved most interesting and In
structive
The exhibition filled two aisles of
the drill hall and consisted of antique
I and modern aruiBp such as guns re
volvers blunderbusses words Unices
bayonctls mess outfits and other
equipment
Tho Philippine exhibit was especial
ly complete and consisted of knives
bolos smears cocoanutflbcr clothing
mats fabrics of silk and cotton Im
plements of tho chase and a greatly
varied collection of articles illustra
tive of the arts handicrafts games
worship and strange customs of the
Philippine Islanders A largo part
ot the latter collection was kindly
loaned by members of the ISth Infan
try stationed at Fort Douglas
l There were also gorgeous cotton
I handkerchiefs printed with illustrated
I Instructions relating 10 the proper
handling ofa Mauser rifle which were
I furnished to Spanish soldiers during
tho wnr with Spain that during a
moments leisure they might divest
themselves of that portion of their
equipment and proceed to study It It
was said that one of thn veterans
also had on exhibition specimens
hardtack printed with firstaid In
structions for dyspepsia and bullets
tagged with data pertaining to gun
shot wounds
Thoro was also n number of Jap
anese oxhfblt of art work lings etc
which attracted much attention Prob
ably tho most valuable article on ex
hibition was a carved Ivory head of
Christ which was taken from a des
ecrated cathedral at Caloocau by Com
I rade E A Grandpre proprietor of
the City hotel at WJllard Tho head
Is carved from a large elophnnt tusk
and Is an exceptionally fine piece of
work Mr Grandpre has been offered
1000 for the head and it Is said that
Gen Frederick Funston was recalled
to San Francisco following his return
to America and through the Influence
of tho pope was made to explain tho
circumstances under which the ca
thedral was despoiled of the head
mentioned together with the remain
der of the statute the robes and a
golden crown worth several thous
and dollars all of which were carried
away by the American soldiers It
was readily explained however that
tho cathedral had already been ties
ooratcd by the people of the country
Ihcmsolvos before the arrival of the
American soldiers
In telling of tho Incident Mr Grand
pro said that ho wax just emerging
from tho church when tho first of
Dowoys big shells from the Monniloc
struck the edifice the concussion
from which hurled him lo tho ground
and gave him tho scare of his life
The drawing for the silk flag wan
made and No 53US is quoted as tho
lucky number with No Stfi ind No
507S JIH second and third choice The
first number will be advertised for
IS hours and in the event of the
holder qf the corresponding ticket not
making a claim for lie prize the sec
ond number will be advertised for a
period of 24 hours If this also falls
tp produce the prize winner the third
number will be advertised fur 12
hours after which the disposition ot
the flag has not boon decided upon
The exhibition was closed last even
Ins but will be transferred to another
Iccation and reopened If a popular
demand for the same Is made evident
BRiGHTS
fI SEASE
People of open mind having Brights
Disease or having friends who have
can hear something to advan
tage Ii they will write to John J Ful
ton GIG Battery St San Francisco
Cal Helpful diet list mailed free
ORPHEUM ACTOR
ATTACKS WIH
Considerable excitement was arous
ed In theatrical circles last evening
tho trouble 11 was said consisting of
an attack being made by an Orpheum
actor upon his wlfo in one of tho
theater dressing rooms
At the close of the performance tho
woman remarked that the was going
to 11 nearby cafe for lunch The hus
band refused to accompany her and
upon her asserting her Intention of
going without him he proceeded to I
choke her severely
The woman hurried to the cafe and
called up the police department but
afterward returned to the theater for
her clothing accompanied by other
members of the company The matter
I was evidently patched up without the
assistance of the police
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They know thai Parisian Sage Is
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CURTISS HOLDS
THE LIMELIGHT
I NEW YORK May 30 Messages of
tAH f virInc i 1 fl
Glecn H Curtiss Since making tho T
10000 flight from Albany to New i
Yorkv Sterday ho has remained quiet
ly at his hbtl and has mndo no plans
except for an early return to bis
homo In Hammondport N Y
Mayor Gaynor will preside at a din
ner In Curtlss honor at tine Hotel As
tor tomorrow night to bo given by tho
New York World
S
NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE
Ogden People Should Learn to Detect
the Approach of Kidney
Disease
Tho symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt Sick kidneys ex I
crete a thick cloudy offensive urine
full of sediment Irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding
The back aches constantly headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and tho
victim Is often weighed down by a
feeling of languor and fatigue Neg
lect those warning and there la danger
of dropsy Brights disease or dia
betes Any one of these symptoms Is
warning enough to begin treating tho
kidneys at once Delay often proves
fatal
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You can uae no bettor remedy than
IDoans Kidney Pills Heros Ogden
proof
Mr3 William T Baker rear C26
27lh SL Ogdon Utah says II gives
mo pleasure to recommend Doans
Kidney Pills as they have proven to
he n good remedy for kidney and blad
der troubles I have taken Doans
Kidney Pills with good results and
oilier members of my family have
used them for weak and lame backs
with the same success Doans Kid
ney pms can be rolled upon to bring
relief from kidney disorders
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New York sole agents for the United
States Remembor the name Doana
and take no othor
PICNIC PARTY IN
IIEADaON COLLISION
OAKLAND Mav OAs tho result
of a hen lon collision between two
street cars of the California Electric
Railway near Lconn Heights today
C A Chrlslcnson motonnan Of ono
of ho cars Is dead and fifty pasaen
pers suffered Injuries which may re
sult fatally In several cases The col
lision occurred on a steep grade at
a sharp turn In the road
Believing that he had a clear track
the motorman of the Inbound car was
coming down the grade at a high ralo
ot speed when an outbound car load
ed wllh n picnic part crashed Into It
head on Half of each car was teles
coped by the Impact and tho outbound
car out of the control of Its fatally
Injured motonnan went hurling buck
down the track scattering the wound
ed victims along the right of way
The picnic party WHK planned in
honor of a newly engaged couple and
waN composed mainly of women and
children The prospective bridal pair
were not seriously Injured
By the telescoping of tho seals In
tho cars many of the passengers sus
tained serious injuries about the legs
Amputation will he necessary in
several cases Both legs of the dead
molormau were so badly crushed that
amputation was resorted to but too
late to save his life
The location of the wreck IB nine
miles from the center of tills cily and
some trouble was oxporlcpcpd In pro
viding proper hospital facilities for
th Injured but HQPU all of tho avail
able ambulances were Biimmonoj and
tho victims were removed as rapidly
as possible to private and public hos
pitals
The blame for tIm accident is gen
erally laid on the Inbound cur which
behind time was speeding for the
switch at the Bcllevuc curve where
the cars came together
The crash as the oars struck at
tracted a crowd pf residents of the
neighborhood and they assisted In
removing the injured from the wreck
age The victims on the outbound car
were thrown to tho side of the track
as the wrecked coach careened wildly
down the grade for a half mile before
it stopped at the foot of the grade
The scone about the wreck was
heartrending particularly so bocausc
of the number of painfully injured
children and women
SENATORS UNDER
HEAVY BONDS
SPRINGFIELD HI May JOStnte
Senators John Brodorlck of Chicago
and Stanton C Pembertoii Oakland
with Representative Joseph S Clark
of Vandalln accused In the recent con
fession of State Senator P W Hoist
law appeared before Judge Crelghton
in tho circuit court late toay and1 save
bonds
Senator Brodcrjck who since the
voting of an Indictment against him
charging bribery In connection with
the election of United States Senator
Lorimer has kept himself hidden ar
rived here on an afternoon train In the
custody of Deputy Sheriff Long and
was mot by his attornovs former
Slate Senator Dawson and former
Judge Thomas F Ferns
Senator Pombcrton arrived a little
earlier in the day front his homo in
Oakland
Representative Cliirk aleo a client
of Attorney Dawson had boon here
over night
The three with their attorneys and
bondsmen hastened to the court
house The bond of Senator Brotleriok
was fixed at 10000 and the bonds
of Roprcsentatlve Clark and Senator
Pmnberton at 5000 well
I While the Indicted legiilafors wore
giving bonds in the court house
I States Attorney Burke was hastening
to luka tho honm of State Senator
D W Ilolstlaw whose confessIon was
the bnsls for the charge of bribery re
turned against Senator Brodorlck and
for the chargo of conspiracy to commit
a felony returned against Senator
PembCTton and Representative Clark
It was rumored the visit to luka would
result In documentary evidence to cor
roborate tho confoflBlon of the luka
senator S
After thc bonds were signed and
the three legislators wore at liberty
they hastened from the court house
Tndcr tho advice of their oounsol
they contented themselves with aa
sorting that they wore Innocent
Send your guess on Ogden and We
ber Countyo population to the Stand
ard office You may win no high as
r a i Irf 10
WIFE OF CilURCi
JANITOR ARUESTED
LOUISVILLE Ky May 30Mrs
Jpnoph fondling was arrested tonight
charged with heln an accessory to
tile murdor of A1151 j filncr vhoso
mutilated body afpillih this morn
ing In a cistern Ju ono of tIne jiarochlal
buildings of St Johns Catholic church
Confronted with a gold ring nnd a
pin found hi her trunk and after the
pin had been positively Identified by
the mother of the long missing child
aR ono that Alma wore the day he
disappeared Mrs Wondllng maintain
ed a stolid demeanor and casually
vouchsafed the Information that the
pin and ring had been given hor by a
boy who found them In the streets
Mrs Wendlinp also admitted that
stains on some clothing which she
washed for her husband a short time
after the child dlfnppeared wore blood
stains Her admission was made In
advance of a chemical analysis of the
garments whloh arc In tho possession
of the police She declared Uie blood
stains came from accidental wound
on her husbands arni
Further than this three hours of
sweating elicited little Information
from tho woman whose husband the
police now seek as the murderer of
the mile girl
Solver Myctery
The discovery of the mutilated and
decomposed body of Alma Kellner In I
an old cistern under a parish house
of St Johns Catholic church today
solved part nf the mystery rfurrroiind
ing her disappearance 1
Alma was the eightyearold daugh
ter of Fred L Kellner and since hor
disappearance on December 8 Frank
Fehr a millionaire brewer her uncle
has span eul neither lime nor money In
the search for her Ho positively Iden
tified the body today
The body wart foil nil only a ro
n dR from the entrance to SL Johns
church where Alma had gone to at
tend services the morning of her dis
appearance
Looking for Wendling
The police nre looking for Joseph
Wondllng former janitor of St Johns
church who since January In little
moro than a month after the disap
pearance of the Kellnor girl has been
missing Mrs Lena Wondllng wife of
the missing man and housekeeper for
Father Schumann pastor of SL Johns
church Is under surveillance
In a sworn statement before Captain
Carnoy chief nf detectives thin aft
ernoon Mrs Wendling admitted wash
Ing muddy clothes of her husband
shortly after the disappearance of the
Kcllncr girl The detectives exam
ined these clothes trousers shirt and
hntantl declare there arc still blood
stains on them
A little more than a year ago ac
cording to the police records Wend
ling was arrested find fined because
of Improper conduct with a young girl
whom ho accosted mr the aIred
Parents Prostrated
Neither pareuls of Alma has yet
seen the childs hndv Both arC pros
trated Mr Fehr the uncle Is posi
tive of his Identification through the
comparison of a shoe found with the
body with one wont by Alma before
her disappearance Other means ot
Identification at this time seem Im
possible because oC thp lack of cloth
Ing found with the body and its hor
rible mutilation decomposition
The discovery of tho body was by a I
mere accident
Saturday thc janitor of the church
told Father Schumann that water
was collecting under one of the parish
buildings Plumber began to pump
out the water Tholr work was ro
sumed this morning
After pumping only a short time
the water began to smell badly and a
few minutes later a slimecovered ob
ject was discovered A childs foot
with shoe and stockIng on appeared
The police and coroner were notified
immediately by Father Schumann
DOllTCET HUH DOWN
Weak and miserable If you have Kid
ney or Bladder trouble Dull head
pains Dizziness Nervousness Pains
in tho hack and feel tired nil over
got a package of Mother Grays AUS
TRALIANLEAF the pleasant herb
cure It noer falls We have many
testimonials from grateful people who
have used this wonderful remedy Aa
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STICKS HATCHET
IN WOMANS HEAD
CHICAGO May 30Armed will a
hatchet Max Karlafine a real estate
dealer went to one of his houses here
today to eject Flora Smith a negro
tenant Flora refused to move Knrla
Excursions
From
Ogden and Salt
LaKe City
to
East and Return
Missouri River4OOO
St Louis Mo 4900
I St Paul e 5200
Peoria 5110
Chicago 5500
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Dates of SaleMay 614 June
4111827 July 729 Aug 4
Sept 1423
Return Limit Qct 31st
For further information ad
dress
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A T S F Ry Co 233 Jud o
Building Salt Lake City Utah
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fine It Is charged struck her on clue 1
head with n hnlcliut The hatchel
xMid quivering In Floras bend Flora
blinked a moment then kicked Knrla
fine uown stairs to tho street She
followed and before he could rise
seated herself on his body and drew
tho hatchet from her head an thought
It were a hat pin She was beating I
Klriaflne with the weapon when the j
pollc rescued him i
Karlufuiu was arrosted charged with
assault tc commit murder and tho wo
inin van takou to a hospital where
het condition Is reported serious
Sp rt1
Continued From Page Two
At Andover Harvard 7 Phllllpa
Andover 1
NAUOhTONS VIEW
Of JIM JEffRiES
Dy W W Naughton
San Francisco May 2 LTh big
fight is barely six weeks away and It
might be as well to engage In a little
stocktaking
One of tho questions most frequent
ly asked is How has Jim loffrlos
come along In his training The ms
vor I take It should be Very well
Indeed
Jim has thrown his whole heart and
soul Into his work and has proved a
good many things First of all he
proved that he was able to reach
fighting proportions without Incurring
any of the Ills prophesied if ho at
tempted such a wholesale reduction
of flesh after years of Inactivity
In tho next place he IUIB proved
that ho retains his oldtime strength
and endurance and that his wind han
no flaws in It
You have only to look at Jeffries
of course to know that he is down to
his fighting notch In weight As for
his endurance the tales brought back
to camp by those who have tried to
keep stride with him over miles arid
miles of mountain trail are convinc
ing testimony The endurance dis
played by Jeffries In trudging sprint
ing and running would be In evidence
of course If tho strain was of a differ
ent character for It Is his muscle
lung power and faultless heart action
that enables him to perform prodigies
of outdoor work and these same
qualities would stand to him in other
tests of stamina
For that matter Jeffries gym
nasium exorcises are generally of a
gruelling character and tho way ho
winds up his dally grind proves that
lie IB capable of sustalnH exertion
and that his breathing apparatus Is
In tho host of shape
As for Jeffries strength it can only
ho guessed nt but the way his spar
ring partners crumble when he rush
es playfully and uses his massive
shoulders is a battering ram suggests
that ho Is resistless from the stand
point of force as he was in past cam
paigns
I guess that is about as far us any
one can go for Big Jim at present
He has endurance strength and good
wind Some may claim that he also
has flpcod but many a man who has
been accredited with this attribute
has been made to appear as slow ns
an Ice wagon when he stacked up
against the man ho wont through all
his training for
Sam norger Jeffries manager
says that all Jeffries moods now is
plenty of fast work so as to accustom
him to hitting blocking and dodg
InS with his ohltlme rapidity True
Samuol hut there will be no way of
gauging whether Jeffries has regained
these faculties until he shapes up
with Johnson
Training camp standards and com
parisons arc unreliable A man can
extend himself to tho limit out on the
road and show all that he is capable
of in the line of exercise but he must
of necessity be under wraps when
boxing with his partners If he wore
to cut loose without reserve he would
find It hard work probably to keep
any help around him
Such a thing as hiring a human
punching bug who Is willing to endure
all the discomforts and rigors of a
private trout or pursoless prize
fight for wages Is talked of occas
ionally when men arc in training but
Is seldom put into execution There
fore the best wo get while watching
Jeffries in his daily spars Is tIne sight
of a human giant setting to In a halt
Ing way with men who palpably are
no match for him For an Idea as to
what extent Jim can ladlo out really
swift and punishing blows wo have
to draw on our imagination
This much can be said however
There is nothing about Jeffs Indoor
program which suggests that he IS
not ns active on bin feet and with
his gloves as ho was years ago There
Is nothing to hint that he does not
retain his fighting abilities that his
judgment of distance Is Impaired or
thnt he is not as quickbrained as he
used to he in dealing with emergen
cies By the same token nothing
short of the fight itself will prove
that he Is tine Jeffries of old In this
direction
That six years layoff is always a
wet blanket to those who have en
thused over Jeffs work and training
They may say they are positive ho
is the sumo old Jim but the possibil
ity that time nmy have slowed him up
and affected his fighting talents In a
moro or loss degree will Intrude It
tel t
In this connection one hears some
strange arguments and similes Dur
ing one discussion of thin particular
point I heard a man contend that five
years of disuse operated to the detri
ment of inanimate objects as well as
human beings
A railroad man once old mo hat if
a locomotlvo wns left In the sheds for
u yearIt acted as crazy an a bodhup
when taken out and put to work
again said tho fellow In question
I also know a man who kept his
yacht In the estuary for a couple of
years nnd ho swore to me ho never
could get ii to sail straight after
warda
TII conclusion if the cleancut Wit
Jeffries has rid himself of overweight
anti has Khnrponed his wind convoys
my liiiil as to what moro he may ac
Oinplihh In the work of restoration
lhos who are picking him and back
Ing him to win have reagon toted
cheerful over tho progpecj
FRISCO MAYOR INJURED
INDiANApOLiS May i011ayor P
it MrrpihT of Sin Frnnrlsco suit
T nJ
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ij I j XVIJM ULJ u I JiUIIIil YIr =
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Prices Shattered
To Atoms
at BARON9S
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Men and women who have an eye for
economy are buying their wearing ap I
parel at Barons and saving 50 per cent
and more
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We are doing a big business Be
cause we are REALLY selling honest
merchandise S cheaper than any one can
or will sell
Do Your Do Your
Shopping e Shopping
Early Wo Early We
Close Wednesday Close Wed
nesday 1 p L nesday 1 p
roClcrks m Clerks
HalfHoliday S HalfHoliday
IIS Mror r
COOn KitcheImP rie t Cooking
A The housewife with
years of experience the
woman who knows how to
4 cook finds after practi
Y J k cal tests and hard trials
1 2Y i the New Perfection Oil
2 Qsr CookStove is her idea of
what a good cookstove
S r3 really ought to be
I ° She finds it requires less
u attention costs less to op
5 S erate and cooks all food
C better than any other stove
she has ever tried
She finds the New Per
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roasts perfectly The
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ew
Oil CoktTe
has a Cabinet Top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot
I There are drop shelves for coffee pot or saucepans and nickeled towel racko
It has long turquoiseblue enamel chimneyo The nickel finish with the
bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental and attractive
Made with t2 and 3 burners tbo 2 and 3burncr stoves can bo bad with or
without Cabinet
CAUTIONARY NOTE Cc SON you gel Rid gore se that line namtplale reads NEW PYJUtCTIo1
Every dealer everywhere i If not at yours write for DeacilpUra Circular
to the Dearest agency of the
Conii1men Oil Company
Incorpornted
q a it
b < laI
fered a broken ankle In an automobile
accident here today Mayor McCarthy
was riding in the car of J 0 arson
national secretary of the Brotherhood
of Carpenters when the machlno col
lided with a street car at North and
Pennsylvania street Mr McCarthy
was akin to his room at the Clay
pool hotel
FOURTII OF JULY
MEETING CALLED
A meeting of the citizens of Ogden
IB hereby called for 8 oclock P M
sharp In the City Council chamber
May 31st 1910 for the purpose of
considering the advisability of cele
brating In It fitting manner tho na I
tions birthday
All citizens arc Invited to be pres
ent Signed
WILLIAM GLAS ANN
Mayor
FALLS DEAD OH DIAMOND
Salt Lake May OFall1ng 1m
tweon first and second base on Walk I
ers field Sunday morning Charles I
Larson 28 years of ago to the day
and employed as traveling salesman
bj the A L Simon Mholosalo Mil
linery was his
company picked up by I
companions and carried Into the
dressing rooms Ho died a few min
utes later Dr P P Musser was im
mediately summoned but pronounced
Larson dead from suffocation Heart
disease Is presumed to have been the
cause of death
Larson who was n momlior of the
baseball team of the L A Simon
Wholesale Millinery company which
team was engaged In a ball gnnio with
the retail clorks employed by the
Paris Mllllnory company also owned
hy tho Simon brothers had been en
gaged In the gamo Sunday morning
and had not spoken of not fooling
well While at the bat he started for
first and It was noticed that ho
scorned to be having trouble to
breathe SInn
In attempting to reach second base
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Larson was thrown out and started
back toward the bench Half way be
tween the bases he was seen to throw
up his hands and fall forward to the
ground His companions Immediately
ran to his assistance When turned
on his back it was noticed that his
ace had taken on a bluish tint and
his respiration had ceased
The police were immetimtely noti
fied that Dr Musser was also called
Everything possible was done for
Larson by his companions before the
arrival of the doctor but without
avail He tiled before tho arrival of
the physician The body was re
moved to the undertaking parlors of
ODonnell Co Larson was the sole
support of his sister and mother who
reside at 55 West First North street
No iirrangcmonta for the funeral have
been made
NOTICE
S
Thero will bo a meeting of tintS
S members of tine German Evangelical
I St Pauls church at the Swedish Lu
thoran Church corner f23rd street and
JOfforeon avenue on Sunday June
Dth at 11 oclock a m for the pur
poso of authorizing the Trustees to
dispose of lots 14 and 15 In Block ono
1 Horrimaus Addition in tho City
of Ogden Utah
Dated Ogdon Utah May 18th 1910
H G HESS Secretary
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and tissues It lessens tho pain and danger at the crisis and ossnrcs future
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