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SO THE DAILY STANDARD vGDEN UTAH TUESDAY MAY 31 1910
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SALT LA < < E AND
STATE NEWS
CONTROVERSY OVER
GOST OF COPPER
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SALT LAKE May OThare con
tinues to be considerable agitation
over the cost predictions which arc
v bolng made for some of the new low
Gfado porphyry producers It is well
Itnown of course fnat the Amalgam
ated people will not admit that these
low grado mines can for aJiy lon lh
of time inako copper for anything Into
tho figures which are being claimed
and further assert that tho low costs
now being shown arc mado possible
only by eliminating from tho expense
account Items which should by right
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he Included says tho News Bureau
Dut then say some the Amalgam
ated people arc prejudiced and by
reason of their animosTy toward the
GuggenhelniB who have enormous In
vestments In the porphyry mines
their position is not rev from bias
but now the Engineering and Mining
Journal lakes up the controversy and
in a recent article vigorously assnlls
tho deductions made in a recent mar
ket letter of Hayden Stone C Co as
to porphyry costs particularly those
of tho Miami Copper company
placed at 7 12 CQiits anc takes Issuo
with other statements appearing In
tho loiter concerning net values In
those mines which have demonstrated
a definite ore tonnage on the ground
that much of this ore will not be ex
tracted for years to come and for this
reason the attempt to use these re
serves as a basis for computing pres
ent not values is all wrong
J Parke Channing vice president of
the Miami Copper company takes a
hand in the discussion and says
I It Is foolllshy rldlcuious to put
down thp costs of most of the new
copper properties that have never yet
turned a wheel to 7 12 cents a pound
Yet this very thing is bolng done on
all sides and it looks to me as if tho
indiscriminate use of such low cost
figures is mostly responsible for the
present lack of buying In our copper
market Largo consumers take the
view that if so many properties aro
going to produce copper for 7 12 cents
a pound they might as well bold them
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I salves aloof from the market until
such n time as the metal sells lower
than Us current quotation
TRIBUTE IS PAID
TO SilENT HOST
SALT LAKE May O1he nations
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dead were remembered and touching
tributes wore paid to their valor and I
fidelity to a noble cause by Salt Lake
City today Thy graves of tho men I 1
who fought for the Integiity of their
land wore heaped high with the most
beautiful flowers of spring by loving I
hands and the mournful salute to the
dead was fired by those who live to
enjoy the trolls of the valor of these
men Loving hearts paid tribute of ten
derness to tho memory of those whoso
loss had bereaved them and left their
hearts desolate Blossoms of spring
the symbols of life were strewn upon
the low mounds and memory fondly
lingered on the days when the family
circles were complete and there were
no empty chairs at the family hearth
stones
The official observance of the day
was led by the Grand Arm of the
Republic and tho old soldiers and
their friends did all that was in their
power to keep green in the memory
of youth the lessons of patriotism in
spired bj ° the sacrifices that were
made in the nations greatest conflict
for unity and liberty
The services at Fort Douglas were
conducted by the Spanish war ester
ans Oliver 0 Howard post G A R
tho Sons and Daughters of Veterans
Reynolds circle G A R and the La
dies auxiliary of the Sons of Veter
ans Marching from Odd s
hall In Postofilcc place to Main and
First South streets cars were taken
and at Fort Douglas the organizations
were headed by the Fifteenth infantry
band nnd marched to tho cemetery
Tho same organizations conducted
the services at Mt Olivet cemetery
hero they were Joined by other G
A R posts The services at the city
cemetery were of similar character
though not so elaborate as at Mt 011
vet
Services were held at Bountiful by
Rico circle Ladles of the G A R
who went up to the little graveyard
on an early morning train Judge J
M Bowman delivered the eulogistic
address
At noon the flags mat had floated
at half mast on many of the buildings
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ing furnace that sits on your table and cooks while you eat
A Griddle cake cooker a square frying pan for ham and eggs
1 and a wire mat for making toast The only perfect novelty
t I have Seen in electrical cooking devices It has a plug and
1 t cord attachment which can be connected to the lamp socket
over your dining room table
II The cost for making toast frying two eggs and two slices
of bacon is guaranteed to bo 500
watts
per hour Wo will
allow throe minutes for the eggs and bacon and two minutes
for the toast This little furnace will cost 6 l2c per hour
fart current used but since it
ifo RTont only takes five minutes or
1 112 of 6 l3c which in practice will cost 12 cent for cooking
I ham eggs and the toast while you eat The novelty is worth
I the price say nothing of the comfort
This wonderful little cooking machine is sold at a reason
able price and can be seen in the window of Snively and
Hendry Electric Supply Dealers N o 2450 Wash Ave
INSTRUCTIONS TO THOSE
who water have recently commenced using gas for heating balk
waterY
You mist not store water in the boiler tank when using
gas Tho waste heat in the coal range is constantly heating
watPr in the lank because most of the time you have a fire I I
in your stove
The gaswater heater is for the purpose of heating water
only when wanted and in such quantities as is required Do I
not heat more water than you need for your immediate wants
Our kitchen boilers are so connected that the first water
heated in the coil is stored in tho top of the boiler and is
the first to be drawn off After the heater has been turned
on for 4 or 6 minutes put your hand on top of the boiler and
determine if there is enough hot water to do your work If
1youneedonly gallon turn off your heater and savetraa I
Arx gas
A little gas with good management will make the use of
I aD1casure gas
UTAH LIGHT RAILWAY CO i
D DECKER Local Manager
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of the city wore raised to the mast
head and the formal ceremonies being
concluded the remainder of the day
was given over to the holiday spirit
WORK IN THE r IAMI
PERMITS SBIPMtNTS
SALT LAKE May JO1he drifting
and raising above tho 420 foot level of
the Miami mine is far enough ad
vanced so that production could be
commenced today If It was necessary
The entire interior of the ore Is
blocked out and the only work nowljc
Ing done above the extraction level
Is In places where tho irregular shape
of tho ore makes necessary additional
drifts and raises
A force of minors is now al work
putting up the main raises from tho
first hauling level which will servo
as chutos for the ore when extraction
is begun on tho second haulago level
570 feet from the surface A main
drift from the shaft to the oro body
has been driven forty feet
The second extraction level will be
established and equipped In exactly
the same manner as the first one
above The companys miners are
completing about 00 feet of drifting
und raising each week The aggre
gate advance footage for tho last
week was 950 Jeet
This underground work IH done at
an average cpst of approximately
3GO a foot by contract labor Tho
company expends about 25000 n
month iu mining operations
SALT LAKE RESORTS
ARE THROWN OPEN
Formal Opening of Summer Amuse
ment Places Attended by
Thousands
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Salt Lake May SI Never In Salt
lakes history has there been a more
auspicious opening of tho canyon and
suburban resorts The day was Ideal
and early in the morning the crowds
began to make ready for tho first trip
to the country Salt Lake Is especial
ly favored with cool shady retreats
mid probably there are more uearbj °
places whore one can go for a picnic
than at any other place of tlig west
Automobiles and carriages early were
seen moving along the county road
one for Parleys the Country club
Knudsens Holllday Mill Creek one
of the Cottonwoods or the various
farms lying In the basin at the mouth
of those canyons Beside the purling
streams or high in tho mountains the
luncheon was onjoyed and the pleas
ure seekers were seen returning far
into tho night
The now electric system of the La
goon Route attracted an immense
number to that line Lagoon smiling
under the warm sun and brlcht with
tho profusion of flowers brightly
greeted Its hundreds of visitors Oth
ers went to Ogden and Ogdonllcs
came to Salt Lake and Lagoon so
the new scrylcc was taxed I > agoon
has been cleaned and burnished and
with the man attractions the pool
and boat course tho flno cafe and doz
ens of attractions is an Ideal place
for an outing J Bergerman Is lessee
In charge The cafe is under the di
rection of Mrs Joseph Sands with
Earl Baughman as heaa waiter The
service and music are flue The day
was passed in the usual sports
amusements and dancing and the
crowd was large
TICKET OFFICE IS NOW LOCATED
Oregon Short Lino Leaves Room It
Occupied for Quarter Century
Sail Lake May ° 1After a quarter
of a century the Union Pacific ticket
ofllco has muted from the old corner
201 Main street It Is said Union
Pacific as that road was the first lo
rent the room from the Wasatch Drug
store who leased from Nicholas
Groesbeck but the name has been
changed man times In the long per
iod of occupancy although the famil
iar shield has ever been displayed up
on the windows The Oregon Short
Line however Is the name of the
parent system now as far as the local
representation goes but that Is an
other story
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VALEDICTORIAN OF
PARK SCHOOLS DIES II
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Fourth Death in the Class Since It i
Entered the High School
Park City May W1l1e people of
our city were shockea early this
morning by the startling intelligence
of the death cf Miss Clara Eleanor I
Stine the president and valedictorian
of the high school class that was
graduated hore just last Thursday
evening While she had been Indis
posed for several days no serious re
l sults wore expected until yesterdav
when sho grow worse an 1 died sud
denly this morning about G oclock
Her sudden death has cast a deep
gloom over the whole community and
over the graduating class now in lhr
midst of the concluding exorcises of
commencement
The ulumnl banquet will bu post
poned on account of her doatb Tho
class Intended to have the class pic
ture taken yeatordaj hut on account
of her sickness It was deferred to
another time This makes thq fourth
death that has occurred within tho
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ranks of this class since It entered
the high scholl four years agj
Claras death occurred at the homo
of her mother curs Tugglf on Sec
ond street and wWdsldc nvcuuc The
time of the funeral has not been an >
nounccd
Johnnie Canty the 11 ycar nld son
of Mr and 1rs Jolla Canty waa
found dead in Ills heft about IT oclock
this morning Ho had been sick but
a short time and the parents leaving
him tvhlle rp3tiug easier returned to
find him dead
PAIN CUV WINS
fROM lIBERTt
In a nineInning gamo at Liberty
Saturday afternoon the Plain City
nine of the County league beat the
Liberty nine by ascore of 7 to 5 in an
exciting game Singleton of the vis
iting team made a three basc hlf
Thomas of Plain City allowed fho
hits while Montgomery of Liberty al
lowed seven hits C Clark of Lib
erty did excellent work In left Hold
The home team had a bunch of real
live rooters and they were in the
game all the time The Plain City
team was accompanied by about thirty
rooters
The lineup was as follows
Plain City Position Liberty
Poulson lc Rhodes
D Thomas jp Montgomery
J Thomas lib J Clarfc
Rhcad Kb cirk
Taylor Jb haw
Hunt BK EShaw
P Thomas ylf G AClark
Rich It 111 ilOn cf 1 u Clark
Singleton rf J A Rhodes
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PIOCHE WORK ISTO
TO BE STARTED
Salt Lake May lilj Now that HIP
resumption of railroad facilit Ics n Pi
oche Is so near tho officials of tile
Consolidated Ploofio company are
making preparations to reseals de
velopment workn a large scot This
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owPay Taxes
00 Why roar No Lei
Tft e City Do
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YOST WASHING MACHINES
HAVE STOOD THE TEST
IN THESEDAYS WHEN IT
IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO
GET HELP DONT LET
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YOUR WIFE SPEND HER
BEST YEARS OVER A WASH
TUB AND BECOME AN OLD
WOMAN AT THIRTY
WASHING IS A PASTIME
WHEN YOU HAVE A WAT
ER MOTOR LIKE THE YOST
For Sale by
GEO A LOWE
COMPANY
is the company owning man fine
groups of the camp across wmch tX
lends the big Raymond C EIj baclc
ledge
This ledge wag dlsroveied ai far
bock as 177 01 1875 ana It waa le
vclopod to a good depth The oro
was found to contain an average of
about 4 to 35 gold 3 per cent copper
10 per cent lead 50 ounces of slJe
and 20 per cent zinc Repeated efforts
were made by tho original owners to
properly treat this ore for the market
and a mill was installed Shipments
were made to Swansea and other
points points but no successful meth
od of treatment had been evolved up
to the time the Ploche district was
abandoned
This ledge prospected to below tho
1200foot level therefore Is absolute
ly virgin oreIt has never been
sloped lt any place and extends clear
to tho surface Tho Consolidated Pi
I oche company for several months has
had numerous experimental runs
made at various orotcsting plants of
the country and It has been fully
demonstrated that this ore tkt be
brought down to a commercial basis
and that its metallic contents aro not
so Intimately associates but what a
separation can be mado and tho vari
ous necessary products eccurcd for
the smelters
It rn the plan to roach this black
ledge Immediately and to get It In
shape for large production Iry the
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NEVER FAILS TO
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
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Sale h Yeumlfh Sn J fns Nom ira
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
I Cut this adv out on J mall with your
name and address rod I0 cents to
PHIIO HAY SPECIALTIES CO
o Clinton St MewarLN JU 3 A
pTiinmmLM i MI i i TTM
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CULLEY DRUG CO 2479 WASH
WM DRIVER SONS 2453 WASH
BADCONS PHARMACY 2421 WASH
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r time this development work la In hand
j the plnnH for the big mill will be
ready and Immediate Installation of
the mill cnn be looked for ° he Salt
Lake Route completed the rovpnlr to
the main line north Into Calleutc last
Saturday and the line will be open to Ii
traffic by Tune fir The working crews
can then be placed or the PJoche
branch and this tank is not expected I
to take more than a week The fact
that the Consolidated Piochc company j
anticipates a resumption of develop J
ment without delay will be good news
for the camp I
3000 PORTLAND ORE AND 1 I I
RETURN 3000
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Tickets on sale via Oregon Short I
Linn May 28th to June 3rd Inclusive I
Final return limit ninety days stop
overs either direction Reserve bertha I
City Ticket Office 2511 Washington
Ave I1 S1IBWB C P S T A
CAMELS AND
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DROMEDARIES
fnnipbcll Brothers Great Consolid
ated Showsthat will exhibit here on
Frldaj lrnc 3rd carry the largest
herd ofCamels and Dromedaries of
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SPOKANE WRshSpeclal to tho
I Examiner Probably no other econ j
omic subject are the armchair critics I
In eastern and KPW England elates so j
wholly uninformed an that pertaining I
to government Irrigation projects I
They have worked themselves Into a
fine frenzy In their Ignorance saying
in conceit that federal aid In reclaim
ing otherwise worthless lands will re
sult In bringing vast areas of west
ern iud Pacific coast InnJ mlo direct
comp + ttrion with ostnlilltheci eastern
funning communities They also nurse
the Impression that the cost of west
cm reclamation work Is a tax upon
the entire country
n JnHlngcr manager of the Nortli
Western Pacific Hypotheck bank of
Spokane and chalrmail of the board
of governors of the ISth National Irrl I
gallon Congress who has studied ago
rultiiro In all Its branches In the
erthn est for years said this In dis
cussing certain objection to the pro
posal that the vfederal government
Issue bonds to complete Its Irrigation
projects In course of construction
The two chief arguments ndvanc
et1 by eastern critics agnlngt federal
Irrigation work he continued arc
First that the farmer who tills the
lamia without Is std Is taxed for the
reclamation of arid and semiarid
lands and second that the Irrigated
farms provides n fatal competition
against the farmer who depends upon
tho rainfall The llrst Btatomont Is
absolutely false as no farmer or other
person Is taxed a penny for reclama
tion rr crk Instead of being a menace
to the nation ag charged tho Irrigat
ed farm In a benefit and blessing to
tho nation
The bonds Issued to raise funds
to reclaim sagebrush and other lands
are purchased by capitalist who re
ceived a first mortgage or Its cqulvel
out on the land to ho Irrigated It
Is part of the contract of any per
son who enters upon such land that
he repays Ina certain number of
years the amount advanced Tho
funds of the United States Reclama
tion Service which are entirely separ
ate from the bonds arc raised from
the sale of public lauds In the state I
where the project IB located This
money is repaid bv the landholder
In 10 annual Installments
Qraiu farmers In the western
states generally do not Irrlgater tholr
lands There la not a single acre of
grain land under Irrigation lu the In
land Empire of the Northwest wnero I
more than 00000000 bushels of whaet
was produced In 909 the average
yield being 22G bushels to the aero
Irrigated lands In Washington Idaho
Oregon and adjoining states Is too I
valuable for grain prowlng It is used
for fruits and vegetables Including
sugar beets which yield larger and
morn profitable returns
Wheat barley oats and potatoes 1
grown on far western lands have not
been and cannot be placed in com
petition with eastern products at tho
present time because of the big ex
p nsc of transporting them to the At
lantic seaboard The same Is true of
hay and other bulky products of the
farm No castcin fanner will he driv
en out of business because of this com
petition
Irrigated lands planted to apples
pears plums prunes chorrlcs ber
ries and melons have enormous ad
vantages over the nonirrigated lands
In the eastern states Tho ylolds are
far greater and the fruit commands
bettpr prices This Is because of tho
superior quality color and appnrance
Greater core is given to orchards
In thr western states The crop Is
carefully picked and graded and the
buyer is assured of clean wholesome
fruit and an honest pack In fact
tho western growers boast that ion
can eat our fruit In the dark
The othor argument Is answered
by the btalfpiont that though there
Is a big increase In the production
of apples In the western slates there
will never be enough grown to causo
an overproduction Such a thing Is
outof the question for generations
to come In proof of this I might
point to lbe fact that the prices of
apples grown In Massachusetts New
York Ohio Missouri and other east
ern states arc Increasing Instead of
declining
The supply Is constantly decreas
ing nA IR shown by the statement that
the growers of the United States pro
duced IPSB than 30000000 barrels of
apples In 1905 as against more than
64000000 barrels In lOG also that
If it had not boon for the large crop
hi the western states In 1907 IflOS and I
1009 there would have been apple
fnruncs In the country I
In this connectIon is might also
be meutlonod that more land In the
pstern stoles Is tilled by modern I
methods or so called dry farming
than by Irrigation In the Inland Em I
plre alone more than 5000000 acres I
are garroted to ralnwoter farming and 1
there arc fully 200000000 acres moro
adapted to that method About 2000
000 acres are under Irrigation canals
and ditches in Washington Idaho
Orogon and Montana where much of
the land was developed by private
capital It Is also true that some of
the best orchards In the district arc I
not dopendont upon Irrigation There
Are several largo orcas m eastern
Washington where tho only waten1sed i
ls that which comes from the clouds I
tho growers conserving the moisture I
by working tho soil after every rain I
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any show on the road Few people
know the difference between the
Ci tel and the Dromedar so that a
d < > JcrIi > loll of thcso animals will be
olfiinteriflt
Tho roal Ca mel possesses two
humps while the Dromedary has but
one the camel Is tho larger of the
two and In capable of carr Ing the
heavier burden The Camel Inhablr
a dr > hot cllr and can carry i ir
den of 3 OUO pounds 12 miles a dm
The Camel Is forced to kneel wliil
being loaded and when oveoailti
Avlll make a plaintiff cry ant refac
to rise until part of the marl H tr
moved Tho Camels knees nro cov
ered with a hoar callous substance
for protection while kneeling to re
rolve his burden Nature has given
he Camel a Itch stomach or reser
voir that Is capable of holding several
gallons of water this water can be
carried for a long time and In case
of need can by the action of the
muscles he utilized to dilute the dry
foodWhen
When the Camel become vicious
ho is very dangerous their chief mode
of warfare being to bite and when
they once get n good hold they arc
very tenacious and oftlmcs their
jaws have to ho pried open with an
Iron bar It will pay you to see
these animals when you Islt the
menagerie of Campbell Brothers
Great Consolidated Show when tho
exhibit here on Friday Juno 3rd
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I Easterners Do Not Understand Irrigation
ant opposition to intensive fanning as
practised In the west Every spe
cialized Improvement for nil produc
lion of wealth ban encotuiteml It In
Its time but thore Is no excuse for
tlellbpnuo misstatements as all the
Information on the subject Is available
and can be had for the nuking The
fnct thnt the most progrcssKo iast
ern and southern farmers and orchard
Ists continue to come Into tho western
and Pacific coast states to till Iho
lands Is Ihe best answer to the ridi
culous arguments of the critics In their
attempts to stem the irrestiblo tide
of emigration to what was one lho
Great American Desert which Is be
ing developed as tho home of the high
est agricultural civilization In
America
5110 SALT LAKE RETURN 3110
Account Y lC Y L M 1 Associ
ation meeting Tickets on sale yin
Oregon Short Line June 2nd to 5lh
Inclusive good returning until Juno
15th Tickets on sale at Cily Ticket
Office old Washington Avonuc
E A SHEWE C P TL
WESTERNERS
MAKE PROTEST
WASHINGTON May 30 Vigorous
representations worn made to Attor
ney General Wickoreham by interests
representing territory on westrn traf
fic lines today asking that the gov
ernment enjoin the railroads from put
ting Into effect a general Increase
on freight rates on Tune 1 Notice of
which was given by tho railroads a
month ago It wris argued the pro
posed Increases were unwarranted and
unjust and the opinion was expressed
Iti vore the results of combination
or agreement among the railroads In
contravention of law The attorney
general told his callers ho would do
the best ho could for them Further
than that ho declined to outllnr what
his course might be The hearing
was hold In the office of tho attorne
general where a dclogation of about
thirty pursons called to take cellos
protosllng pgalnnt the advance The
committee was accompanied by Sena
tons and members of congress In the
territory rffected
Tn a general way tho case of the
niotcstants was first preHonted by
WIlHnm D Ilaynle counsel for the
Illinois juufacturers association who
presented a memorial prepared nt the
rciccnt rifliig of shippers at Omaha
It asked a snit be brought to enjoin
the iiicrcaseed rates from becoming
operative until such time as the
courts could determine whether an II
itgal combination existed
The general burden Imposed by the
proposed rates on manufacturers pro
ducers and consumers was too great
the memorial declared aDd should be
resisted Other methods were too
slow to stop their becoming effective
and the interests affected suggested
that the Interposition of the Sherman
antitrust law bo Invoked
The memorialists took the ground
that the action of the railroads In
tcokins to increase rates at this time
tr ns to forestall legislation giving the I
interstate commerce commission au
thority to set aside rates In advance
of a complaint of a shlppoi it being I
admitted In response to n suggestion
of the attorney general that It would
bo easier to drop from a higher than I
to Increse a lower rate
At this point tho attorney general
told his hearers he would glvo the
matter careful attention Tho sug
gestion that the Suormaii law be in
Coked he said uis a novel om Mr
Wicltersham pointed out that tho de
lay In presenting the request for ac
tion by the government was n serious
hndicap
BRAVE FIREMEN
ALMOST KillED
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rescoo pconlo from a burning building
a score or more firrinm and ohm
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June is the popular month
There Is more doing more busi
ness enterprises more building
more travel more weddlngu more
I new clothes than In any other thir
I ty days of the year
I This shop is pre
I pared to give every
man just what he
I wants and just when
I he wants it in the line
of clothes
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Everything for man
and boy from hats to
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the correct frock coal
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Modern Clothes
SUOP
COME ON IN i s
WASHINGTON AVENUE
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j tours were overcome by smoke and
I wcro with difficulty llienidolves res
cued alive
Tho most seriously affected Is Ches
ter Campbell a truck driver who suf
fered from convulsions caused by
smoke Among the firemen who were I
I overcome were Chlof Terry Owens
Assistant Chief Halloy and Captain
Louis Goodman I
E R Copeland who was aiding the
firemen fell Into the burning build
ing and crag carried out barely In time + I
to save his life
The fire which raged for more than t
an hour la the wholesale grocery
house of Spratlln and Anderson paus j
ed 100000 damage Tho uppor floors >
of Iho building were used aa a store
house by the International Harvester
company I i
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HIGH PRICES
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The highest prices paid for lJte i
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish 8
Poultry company 2520 Washington j
CHINeSE Will
WORK BOYGOn
SAN FRANCISCO May 3tIocal
Chinese arc very reticent concerning I
ithc reported organization of a general I
I boycott against American goods None
of tho powerful six companies officials
I
clnls will discuss tho movement but I
It 7s learned that It bad Its origin In I
ChInn and not hore
Tho organizers are said to be well
todo Chinese who either have been
refused original admission or who has
been sent back on ntlempting to ro
cnlor tho United States after previous
residence
Another source of complaint seems
to be the rigid system of examina I
tions of Chinese entrants at Ihla port
Wealthy local merchants on reen
trance after visits tu China are said
to have complained bitterly of tlieo
mlnuto physical examinations parti
cularly the now tissue test to de
termine age and general condition of
health
The general opinion among thoso In
touch with the local Chinese business
world Is that the movement primarily I I
Inspired to bring about the restoration I i
lion to this city of tho Chinese Imrai I
which was
ration detention depot
I s
and
recently removed to Angel Island I
to effect an abatement of the physical
calm
Chinese
examination which the I
to be both debasing and humiliating
I
I PlUMBRS ADMIT 1
MANY l1M fRS 1 r
SALT LAKE CITY May 30Tnc
Colorado association of master plumb
ors today became the Intermountain
States association of Master PlumbcrI
Thi change and the admission of me f
Idaho Master Plumbers to the organ
ization wcro the chief facld ants III
In
which oponed
tho convention
I Knights of Pythias hall today
delegates from
Thorp > present
were
rolorado Vomlnfr Now Mexico and i
of
all Thr report
Utah about 100 In
recrh > d
the crrtarjtreasurer was rec <
Cfntrrs will be elected tomorrow
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OGDENo STATE BANK r r
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Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates s I r t
I of Deposit j rr If j
CAPITAL S 100 00000 d
SURPLUS S 11500000 j
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
I H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier t i
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Cashr
G L Beckor E L Van Meter John K Spiers I
0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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