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I 4 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1910
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Published Daily Except Sundays by Wm Glasmannu
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BULLETIN ON OGDEN
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I I Progress Bulletin issued by the Weber Club the business
mens association of Ogden has appeared and is being distributed
on the trains and through the wholesale houses of this city to the i
territory tributary to Ogden j
The first issue in the salutatory says
In the early settlement of tho far West Ogden was the central
trading post holding the key to communion with the East which
enviable position she still retains The strategic advantages of loca I
tion were first recognized in a substantial way by the builders of the
Pacific Railroads in making Ogden the terminal of these two great
lines and the consequent building of mammoth foundries factories
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and machine shops which now employ an army of men
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Next came the Rio Grande Oregon Short Line Salt Lake
Ogden Ogden Northwestern and two Rapid Transit Interurban
lines with the Northwestern and Burlington lines headed this way
A glance at the map will therefore convince the most casual ob
server that Ogden is the natural railroad center of this intermoun
tain empire On the tracks of these various lines are many ware
houses and factory locations that can be procured at a moderate
price i
The Weber Club will gladly aid in getting satisfactory loca
tions for new enterprises I
A map showing Ogden to be the railroad center of this region I
is presented After close scrutiny Salt Lake may be discovered I
in small type the small size of the letters indicating we presume
the relative importance of that city as a railroad point
These bulletins with a little persistent effort in that direction
should be productive of much good in calling the attention of the I
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outside to the commercial importance of this city and its industrial I
possibilities I
ROOSEVELTS LONDON SPEECH I
Our former President not content to make Rome howl has i
stirred up all London His speech of yesterday offering criticism
of British rule in Egypt has brought forth a storm of protest from
the London papers condemning the American for his laying hands m
on one of the nations private and political subjects I
Roosevelt has overstepped the bounds of the conventional and I
Rooseveltlike has dared to do what men equally great would have I
considered prohibited and therefore unthinkable i
England is passing through a political crisis the most momen I
tous in a hundred years and one of the questions involved is the
control of Egypt For an outsider to dare to take sides in the con
troversy is undoubtedly looked upon as presumptuous and without
good taste
We know what happened to the Englishman West who under
took to inject himself into the first Cleveland campaign
Roosevelt may be right in his views on English rule in Egypt
but he should leave that problem to be solved by Englishmen them
selves at least for the present while the issue is political We ques
r tion our former Presidents ability to have gained a better grasp of
tho intricacies of government in Egypt than is possessed by the men
who for years have devoted their best energies and deepest thought
to making British rule successful >
Mr Roosevelt has certain fixed ideas of government of superior
and inferior races and of the inability of untrained men to govern
themselves and his attempt to make this invariable rule of his ap
t1 1 ply alike to all governments and all races may have led him into
If grievous error
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AT OGDEN FURNITURE CARPET COMPANYE VERYTHING CHEAPER THIS MONTH THIS BRASS BED SPRINGS AND MATTRESS GIVEN AWAY i
FREE JUNE 30TH
+ tr BRASS BED SPRING AND t
I r I MATTRESS GIVEN AWAY
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FROM NOW UNTIL JUNE 30th
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I I L I EVERY DOLLAR PAID US EITHER F OR A NEW PURCHASE OR PAID ON AC
1 I COUNT ENTITLES YOU TO A CHANCE ON THIS BEAUTIFUL BRASS BED SPRINGS
V 1 AND MATTRESS IT IS WORTH WINNIN
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JUST FOR FUN
Expensive Economy
The late Senator Platt discussing
one day In Washington an economy ho
had no faith In said
Such an economy reminds me oC
old Smith and his keg of beer
Smith and his wife used to drink
i quart of beer every night before
retiring This Indulgence cost him
10 cents But Smith came home ono
day In great excitement and said
Heres a man with a barrel of
beer It will only cost us 4 cents a
quart this way An economy of G
cents IIuldah
That evening the Smiths sampled
the new barrel and they found It good
After the pitcher was finished Mrs
Smith said slowly
II George wcvo saved G cents on
our beer tonight
Wo have so George answered
and G cents saved Is 6 cents earned
Well George said his wIfe shall
wo have another quart and save 12
cents Washington Star
Seeing Her Homo
HogenI think Miss DC Blank Is
very rude
JonesWhat causes you to think
that 1 never thought her so
HogenI met her out for a walk
this afternoon and asked If I might
see her homo She said yes I could
see It from the top of tho high school
building and that it wasnt necessary
to go any farther United Presby
terian 1
Worse and Worse
Traveling Inspector of Schools aft I
er severely crossquestipning the ter I
rified classAnd now boys who I
wrote Hamlet
Timid Boy PPpplcnso sir it
wasnt me
Traveling Inspector the same even
ing to his host tho squire of the
villagedtbst amusing thing hap
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ptned today I was questioning tho
class and asked a boy who wrote
Hamlet and he answered tearful
ly ppplease sir It wasnt mo
Squlro after loud and prolonged
laughter Ha ha I Thats good and
1 suppose the little devil had done It I
all the time Tatler
I The Servant problem I
Mistress to newly arrived Norwe I
gian Can you cook
New
Can you do washing
Naw i
Can you wait on table
Naw i
I Well what cnn you do
I Ah can milk reindeers Metro
politan Magazine 1
OneSided Affection
I punished you merely to show
my love for ou6mld the father
Tthats all right sobbed tho lit
tle follow Its a ggood thing I
aint b big enough i to return your
IIlocTllBlls
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Beware of people who pat you oa
tho back They may be looking for nn
opportunity to kick your feet from un
der you Chicago News
RAilROAD
MEN S lENT
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Refused to Be Quoted
On the Restraining
Order
St Louis Juno lTho temporary
restraining order which Federal Judgo
D P Byor issued last night at Han
nibal Mo prohibiting twontjflvo
railroads from advancing freight
rates was certified to the United
States circuit Court here this morn
ing
I Tender orders of Attorney General
Wickersham an expediting certifi
cate providing for a speedy deter
mination of the Issues was filed A
cupy of tho expediting order was mail
ed this morning to Circuit Judges
Hook Sanboruo ran Devanter and
Adams
Railroad officials hero generally re
fused to bo quoted concernln the suit
today Tthoy said It wus too nearly
to express opinions and explained
that they would prefer to keep silence
for a while becauno interviews could
not benefit their cuuso The action
of tho government however was a
surprise to them
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RUSSIANS OUT OF
WORK IN HONOLULU
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Honolulu Tune IAs a result of
the complaints of the Russians Im
ported from Siberia to work on the
sugar plantations that they had been
lured to tho Islands by false repre
sentations and since their arrival here
had been maltreated by the police be
cause they refused to go to work
United States Attorney R W Breck
ons has been Instructed from Wash
ington to make an Investigation
I The federal grand Jur recently
made a similar Investigation of tho
charges of Illtreatment made by tho
Immigrants and upon the conclusion
of testimony given decided thnt there
was no truth In the complalntn and
dropped the matter Three of tho
leaders of the Russians who counsel
ed their followers not to go to work
are In jail serving sentences for vag
rancy Nearly all the other Russians I
have accepted work on the plantation
STRIKE ON TilE
UARR alAN ROADS I
Houston Tot Juno 1 President I
Lowe of the International Brotherhood I
of MalntenanceofWay Employes who I
last night ordered a strike of all mom
hers of the order m tho Harriman
lines In Texas said today that the I
men were responding promptly at all
points and practically no track work
uas being done The railroad officials I
claim the places of the strikers will
bo filled easily The union mon claim
90 ppr cent of tho 3600 men Involved
5110 SALT LAKE RETURN 110
Account Y M Y L M I Associ
ation meeting Ticket on sale via
Oregon Short Line June 2nd to 5th
Juno
inclusive good returning until
15th Tickets on salt nt City Ticket
Office 2514 Washington Avonuo
K A SHBWE C P T A
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SPEECH IS
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London Papers Agree
That Roosevelt Com
mitted a Blunder
London Juno IMr Roosevelts I
npeech at Guild Hall yesterday con I
tinued today to be the sensation of
newspapers throughout the country
The editorial comments on his start
ling utterances concerning British rulo
In Egypt were Influenced as a rule
by partisanship The conservative
press defends tho conclusions drawn
by tho American statesman while tho
liberal papers uphold deducUons with i
equal seriousness
The newspapers almost without ex I
ception challonge the propriety of
a foreign guest of the city criticising l
tho colonial policy of the empire I
Of the comments of the Conserva
tive press the following are samples
The Globcn was not the tlmo I
nor tho place nor was the expresident I
tho person to display this particular
form of Interest In tho business of his I
hosts
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Tho Pall Mall Gazette The uncon
ventional Is Justified only by success
If he prefers realities to the proprie i
ties where vital Interests are concern
ed HO does tho Judgment of tho Brit
ish people
Tho Standard That no should lay
hands on ono of the nations private
and particular political subjects scorn I
ed a social crime not far from sac
rilege but In reading the speech care
fully there Is found nothing of which
to complain
Tho Westminster Gazette questions
the necessity and disagrees with tho
conclusions of the speech
The Star says that Mr Roosevelt I
should loam that ho Is not exempt
from the customs of civilized nations
Mr Roosevelt passed today quietly
Ho visited the national gallery dur
ing tho forenoon and had luncheon
with several mon prominent In tho
Iilsh Nationalist party The former
president will be a guest overnight
at the country home of Frederick C
Sclous
I RAILROADS ACTED
ARBITRARILY II
Chicago Juno Explaining the
manner of formulating railroad tar
iffs and the proposed Increase of rate
on western railroads W H Hosmer
chairman of the Western Trunk Line
committee yesterday said I
I do not know how the railroads i
arrived at their conclusion to Increase
the commodity rates I was not as
has been stated tho chairman of a
committee to go through the commo
dities and make a list of them with
the rates and recommend such In
creases as were thought Just When
the matter reached me it was In the
form of Individual Instructions by tho
various railroads Interested to Ho for
each a tariff In Washington that would
provide for the Increases know there
was no Joint agreement with respect
to tho matter I
Story of tho Injunction
Hannibal Mo Juno ITht
chambers In which Judgo D P
Dyer of the United States circuit
court last night granted the tempor
ary restraining order agarnst tho
twentyfive western railroads to pre
vent thorn from Increasing freight
rates today was a room In the his
toric Mark Twain hotel I
Judge Dyer was presiding at a sea I
slon of tho United States district
court when he received a longdin
tance telephone message from Fred
erick X Judson of St Louis that tho
latter had urgent business to trans
act i
When Judeo Dyer reached the hotel
upon adjournment ho Immediately
wont to his room Mr Judson and Ed
win P Grosvonor of Washington spe
cial attorney from the department of
Justice arrived hero about 530 They
wore met at the train and escorted
to the hotel whore a few minutes
Inter Judge Ryor received them In his
room and affixed his signature to the
restraining order
I Mr Judson during the Roosevelt
administration was engaged with Jud
son Harmon now governor of Ohio
In an Investigation of railroad condi
tions He resigned after becoming
KfitlsflPd that certain influences woro
blocking the Investigation
JUDGMENT FOR 25000
Juneau Alaska J1nelJudo Ov
ertleld in tho United States district
court yesterday award C IT Ppnrf
I Judgment in the sum of 25000 against
Colonel W 1 Sutherland London
his former partner in mining ventures
hero The case arose over a claim of
ownership in the Persovoranco mine
in the Silver Bow district back of
Juneau and has been in the courts
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several years
ENTRIES PO
ThURSDAYS
RACES
FIRST RACEThree furlongs soil
ing Chanato 109 My Nurse 107
Salomy Jane 107 Dora Payno 103
Graascuttcr 111
SECOND RACE Sis furlongs sell
Ing St Joe 111 Moyen 111 Wolf
vlllo 111 Dr Sherman lOG Scbado
lOG Lancashire Lad lOG
THIRD RACESix furlongs sell
Ing Aquiline 103 Merlfngo lOG
More 109 Seasick 109
FOURTH RACESix furlongs soil
ing Carmisa 105 Knight of Ivan
hoe 109 Swagorlator 100 Lady Ade
laide 107 Frank Lubbock 109 Gono
Russell 109
FIFTH RACK Four nnd onehalf
furlongs belling All Alone 109
Usurper 104 Byron JOG Silver Leaf
109 Joe Wells lOG Quickly 93
SIXTH RACE One mile selling
Dorothy Ann 104 Ltborto 109 C J
Cox lOG Yolo 9S
FRISCO GRANTS
fIGHT PeRMIT
SAN FRANCISCO May UWlth
but two dissenting votes and without
preliminary discussion the permit for
the fortyfive round battlo on July I
between JefCrlcs and Johnson was I
granted late this afternoon by tho
board of supervisors
The board room was crowded with
representatives of various church und I
civic organizations who camo primed
with protests but thoy did not get a
chance to voice them as the permit
was advanced on tho boards calendar
and passed before they realized what
had taken place When they learn
ed that tho permit had been granted
they protested Indignantly and left
the room In a body
By their action today the board of
supervisors removed the last obstacle
In tho way of the promoters who may
now proceed with the erection of tho
arena with little fear of Interference
as District Attorney Elskert has al
ready announced that he will not seek
to prevent tho contest
Send your guess on Ogden and We
ber Countys population to the Stand
ard office You may win ac high ao
545 In gold coin
6O1cu AND
ZBYSZiOi
They will Struggle For i
the Championship I
Tonight
Chicago Juno IFrank Cotch and
Stanislaus Zbyszko will baWl for the
I wrestling championship of the voI
at the Coliseum
um tonight critics >
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diet that the American will have i
hard fight to pin tho giant Poles
shoulders to the mat twice His en
thusiastic countrymen hope 7byeo
will wrest from Gotch the honors he
won In defeating George Hacfcen
Schmidt In 190S and which he has suc
cessfully defended since then
Jibyszko Is admittedly the lcpM
opponent for Gotch as he hu
emerged successfully fro mtho elimi
nation contests He has defeated Yes
sift Mahmout the challenger ngnlsr
Gotch last year and practically all of
the Important wrestlers of the coun
try
tryGotch
Golch and his opponent tonlfiU
have met once before but In a handi
cap match It was In Buffalo nnd lit
terms of the match called for the
American to throw the Polo twice la
an hour Gotch failed to got ovon O t
Jail In tho allotted time
OMAHA MUST PAY
CITY WATERWORKS
WASHINGTON May JrTbo ell
of Omaha Neb will hn required U
purchase tho water works system A
the Omaha waterworks company fti
C2C320540 under a decision of 1M
supreme court of the United Stitfl
today The court affirmed tho judgment
ment of the circuit court of appeals la
the matter
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their garments as in the more obvious drttails Such
women are quick to recognize the inner dIiMC of
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soft as a glove the inside of PATRICIAN Shoes offer no in
jury to the foot and least soil to the hosiery The tongues are
sewed in o graduated overlap and double stitched to make
them perfectly smooth Two linings arc uS dU1 inner whjrh
protects the shoe and helps in retailing its shape an outer
which presents a smooth even surface to the footboth lin
ings are of the highest grade used in the manufacture of shoes
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