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6 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1910
Childrens
STRAWS
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WE have not overlooked the
1 I Children in providing Straw
Hats for everybody
I For Boy we have School
I Straw hats at 50 to 125
Hals that will stand all that
can be expected of them and
I I More
For Little Men nnd Children
1 I we have play Plats and Dress
Hats in very handsome styles
Milan Braids Leghorn
I Split Straws etc
i Sailor style or Medium hrlm
IIATS AT 50rf 1 9250
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WEEK OF SPECIAL
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FOR LITTLE MONEY
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To begin this week of values
we start with the entire stock
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of millinery in three groups
i tCO values 175 GOO values
rl t 250 900 and 1000 values
500
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FIne ribbed summer vests
with fancy yokes C for 100
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f ladles fine quality summer
hose nil sizes color black six
I pairo for 100
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Ladles Tailored Suits 50 per
I cent off
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1 either lady or gentleman or both
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J ml licitors good salary Apply room 103
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MOVIN 1 G TRAIN
Hyrum McFarland Prominent Sheepman of Ogden Accidentally
Killed in the Yards at CarlinHe Was One of the Most En
ergetic Workers For Success of Woolgrowers Convention
Hyrum McFarland the wellknown
ehecpman was killed while boarding a
freight train at Carlin Nevada at 11
oclock last night Tho Information
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concerning the death of McFarland
was received In a dispatch at the office
of the superintendent of the Southern
Pacific this morning
McFarland had several cars of sheep
In the freight train which was leav
ing thp Carlin freight yards While
attempting to board the train he fell
beneath the wheels and was instantly
killed
A coroners jury Investigated the
LOCAL MENi
SUFFER A I
LOSS
Portland Ore June lThc village
of highs about sixty miles down the
Columbia river from here was prac
tically wiped out by fire late last
night The saw mill and yards of tho
Oregon Lumber company were de
stroyed and six houses had burned
when trains which brought the news
here succeeded In getting by tho vil
lage
When shown the above dispatch this
morning President David Eccles Vice
President William II Eccle and Sec
rotary H II Holapp of the Oregon
Lumber company stated thai It was
the first information they had received
In relation to the fire
While details of the lire arc lack
Ing the loss Is estimated at from 100
000 to 3150000 The property of the
company consists of a sawmill and
yardo a store and a number of houses
occupied by the employes of the com
pany I I
NOTICE WATER CONSUMERS
Hours for sprinkling lawns will be
strictly enforced from June 1 1910
as follows
East of Adams AvcnueGOO to S00
a m 500 to 330 p m
Wesl of Adams Avonuo S00 to
1000 am C30 to 800 p m
Inspectors are instructed to see that
sprinkling Is confined to the above
hours and when water Is found run
ning to turn off without further no
tice C II KIRCHER
SuperIntendent Waterworks depart
ment
TRIBUTE TO
SIDNEY
STEVENS
Appreciating the unusual ties of
friendship stretching across the gulf
of two score years that existed be
tween Mr Sidney Stevens and mysolf
the family honored that friendship by
requesting that 1 come to the funeral
and tell briefly the glory of his event
I ful life since I knew him and loved
him for his sterling manhood and tho
reciprocating sympathy that put me
under many an obligation to him I
It was my purpose to comply with
that request but Imperative duty to I
the living elsewhere prevented and
f hence this is my excuse for a more
i public expression of my high regard
I for him whose earthly ears are deaf
to my halting words and also to keep
faith 50 far is I now can will the
mourners in the desolate home and
Its one vacant chair
When I realized that the death of
my friend was inevitable 1 felt it to
ho one of the saddest moments of my
life and I am admonished by the
gathered throng and the sombre faces
and the dark hablllaments of mourn
ing that filled Gods sanctuary that
beautiful Spring afternoon that other
hearts were touched by the finger of
sorrow
Mr Stevens was one of the early
settlers of this state He had seen
Ihu Indian disappear
and the white
man occupy his place He had seen
tho wolf and tho coyote follow the
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It is the little things
in life that make us
happy
IMPERIAEES
MOUTHPIECE
CIGARETTES
are created for pleasure to give
a man a rich smoke and a mild
smoke a pure smoke and a good
smokethey fill the bill always
10 for 10 cents
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death this morning and rendered a
I verdict that McFnrland met with ac
I clflental death
The body will be brought to Ogden
for burial Brothers of the deceased I
left today for Carlin to take charge
of the remains
Hyrum McFarland for many years
has been prominently Identified with
the sheep Industry of Utah Ho has
been an ardent worker In the Inter
ests of the wool growers and at the
national convention held In Ogden last
January he was one of the most prom
inent workers of the general commit
tee
echo of their own discordant voices
Into the wilderness beyond the moun
I lalns and the sagebrush hidden by the
plow of civilization Ho had seen the
dull oxteam transformed Into a ma
chine driven by the lightnings of hea
ven IIe lived to speak directly Into
the human car a thousand mile away i I
When he left tho place of his birth
and came Into this valley to manifest
his sturdy worth It consumed many
many weeks of constant travel and
hunger and unresting toll A little
while ago he revisited the sacred spot
and the journey counted In days what
the other had counted in weeks
He had seen his adopted country
grow from less than thirty millions of
people Into tho foremost nation of the
world ruled by ninety millions of free
men and he had seen the barren
wastes of an unsurveyed territory
blossom into a prosperous and thrifty
state covered with cities and villages
anti farms and in It all he has been
a mighty and resourceful personality
standing shoulder to shoulder with
the great captains of Industry wher
ever he met them
His convictions were honest In
every relation of life the devoted
wife and the grand family now grown
to manhood and womanhood testify
to this In their lives and time great
respect shown them by others In the
realm of business he had few equals
Personally I have had financial deal
ings with him and found him always
I prompt to keep his word nnd he was
ever kind and obliging I shall miss
beyond words his kindly greetings
I and the warm grasp of his hand and
I may the Infinite God pity with His
great love the stricken ones of tile
fireside
Three thousand years ago the de
spairing cry went up If a man die
will be live aain and from that
day to this no answer has come back
from the unreplylng dead But lu
the night of death hope sees a star
and listening love can hear tho rustic
of a wing
Farewell my friend whon thine
eyes closed on the transitory scenes
of this life may they have opened on
other scenes whose beauty and glory
will never fade Signed
A S CONDO
HIGH PRICES
The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish t
Poultry company 252C Washington
CONTRACT lET
fOR i NEW SCOOl
At a special meeting of the board
of education yesterday afternoon the
contract for tho construction of thc
Washington school addition was given
to George A Vhl till CCI and the con
tract for the heating and plumbing for
the addition nnd also the main build
ing was awarded to the Halverson
Brothers company
The addition will contain four
rooms It Is planned to have tho
rooms ready for the opening of tho
school year next September When
completed the building will have cost
about 10000
Contracts for the furnish lug of sup
plies of even description for the
schools of the city were awarded at
the meeting the accounts being dis
tributed to the arious parties bid
ding The supplies for the school for
the year will cost H500 This In
cludes everything In the line of sta
tioner
SMAll CASES IN
MUNICIPAL COURT
In the civil division of the municipal
court this morning C A Mosman
commenced suit against W B Baker
for 11 alleged to be due for profes
sional services
Fred Slater has commenced suit
against the Christensen Shoe com
pany to recover 5GO alleged to be due
on au account
Tho RuBselIamce company Is suing
J D Smith for 2905 claimed to be
duo on a certain promissory note
The Utah National bank of Ogden
has commenced suit against John W
Owen for G5 claimed to be due on a
promissory not
ASPARAGUS CROP
IN WEBER COUNTY
The 1910 asparagus crop of Weber
county Is now in cans ho Wasalch
Orchard company having just finished
a successful run and a good deal of
It has already been placed on tho
market
Manager 1F1 Parker of tho com
pany tats that somelhlng OVer 0000
cans or asparagus have been put up
moaning 150 tons and thccrpp from
120 acres of farm land They crop is
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not an lame as It was lust year says
r Air Parker because of the early
spring He states that the ground
has been too dry for the successful
raising of asparagus and that the sum
mor heal came qn too early
Tlie factories will next begin the
canning of peas the Star factory to
begin operations tomorrow and the
Wnsalch cannery Is expected to begin
work Saturday Tho weather condl
dons this year hruc not been favor
able for a large pea crop and the
canning will begin about 15 days
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earlier than usual
REPORTS VERE MADE
TO HoO HAVEMEYER
New York June IOliver SpiUer
the former dock superintendent of the
American Sugar Refining company
upon whose shoulders the three re
maining defendants of the sugar con
spiracy trial declare that the blame
for the undorwclghlng frauds rests
was an Interested listener In the Unit
ed States circuit court today where
the trial was resumed Spitzer was
released from the Atlanta peniten
tiary on a pardon and testified for the
government rnest W Gcrbracht su
perintendent of limo Sugar companys
WIIlIamGbiirg refinery at the time the
frauds were alleged to have been com
milted testified further In his own de
fense
Gerbracht testified that up to the
time of the death of 0 H Havemeycr
president of the company Gcrbrachts
reports of refinery operations were
made to him In person
Gerbracht testified that ho devoted
his entire time to ithe supervision of
the sugar refining operations and
never hnd nnvthlng to do with the
weighing of sugar
BRAKEMAN
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W 2L HardwickJo head brakeman
In the employ of Ithe Union Pacific
company wns killed nt 70 p in yes
terday by striking bridge at a point
two miles east of Black Buttcs Wyo
ming 227 miles east of Octfon
Details of the accident have not
been received at the office of Super
intendent Teffors The body was re
moved to Rock Springs where It will
be held pending an investigation by
the county coroner
The father of the young man Is Wm
P Hardwick of Bcndelman Neb
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The State of IJtah has commenced
a criminal actiou against Splros Vege
nos a Greek ch rging him with pro
curing intoxicating liquor for minors
This Is alleged to have been done
May 30th Vcgnos was arraigned be
fore Judge Murphy of the municipal
court this morning and the tlmo for
trial was set for tomorrow The bond
was fixed at 200 and the defendant
not being able to furnish the same
wan remanded to the custody of the
Sheriff
Another state case wad called in
the municipal court today in which
Nels Higgins Is charged with hay
ing threatened to kill CC Richard
son of Plain City Mr Richardson is
the complainant in the case and he
asks that HIggns bo placed under
bonds to keep the peace tho com
plainant alleging that he thinks lllg
gins jvlll carry out his threat if he
Is not restrained by the strong arm
of the luw The defendants ball was
fixed at 300 and the hearing on thc
mailer will bo held Friday
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RrST AND
PLACE
Fall upon distracted
households when
Cuticura enters
All that the fondest of
mothers desires for the
alleviation of her skin
tortured and disfigured
infant is to be found in
warm baths with
CUT CURA
SOAP
And gentle anointings
with Cuticura Ointment
RESISTIJfi
MERCHANT
LICENSE
There arc two cases before the
Judge of the municipal court that
promise to lead to the testing of the
merchants license ordinance pass
ed by the council a short time ago
It is said by the defendants In tho
cases that It they are found guilty In
the Ogden City court they will appeal
to the district court and If defeated
they will again appeal nnd bring the
matter to the attention of the supreme
court of the slate for the purpose of
determining the question of tho con
stitutionality of the ordinance
The cases are those of the city
against G G Grllllth an ico cream
dealer and W A Stark a photograph
er Both are charged with operating
their business without first procuring
a license Mr Griffith refuses to pay
a license for driving his Ice cream
wagon through the residence part of
the city for the purpose of selling his
product lie maintains that It is aa
accommodation to the people and
that to license him as the ordinance
provides is au unjust discrimination
Stark operates a photograph gal
lery OH wagon wheels and ho thinks
tho proposed license against him is
unjust and discriminative Both men
have employed attorneys to look after
their interests
Tho cases were called In the minl
clpa court this morning both being
continued until such time as they ma
e attended to by the lawyers and the
court It was practically agreed that
I the Grlfllth case will be tried next
I Friday morning Both defendants wero
released on their own recognizance
Bail for Mr Stark was fixed yesterday
by tho desk sergeant at 100 and the
amount was furnished It Is not con
sidered a continuing bond however
and the court today did not deem It
necessary to require a hand
I Send your guess on Ogden and We
I ber Countys population to the Stand
ard office You may win as high as
45 In gold coin
IN POLICE COURT
In time criminal division of the mu
nicipal court this morning the last
day of May drunk list showed un in
rather large proportions It was as
follows
Mike ONeill George Calliper Ar
thur Miller f Farley and Charles
Peterson who pleaded guilty and were
each sentenced to pay a fine of 5
or serve five days in thc cit yjall
John Colbert and Charley Ryan tho
latter being the former Catholic
priest who han been In the limelight
in time Intormountaln region for some
tlmo over his attitude toward his
wlfo failed to appear and answer
the charge of drunkenness Their
hall lu the sum of 5 each were de
clared forfeited
George Bright and George Williams
failed to appear an danswcr the charge
of vagrancy preferred against them
and their bail In the sum of 20 were
each forfeited and the amount turn
ed to the credit of the city excheq
uer
Grant Lawrence pleaded guilty to
the charge of vagrancy and the court
Sentenced him to pay a fine of 99 or
serve 99 days In the city bastile Be
fore sentence was passed Detective
Pen or stated to the court that Law
rence is a parasite of Electric Alley
living on the hard earnings of a wo
man of the underworld and that he
made no pretensions toward making
a living for himself The detccthe
designated him as a secretary vag
In pnsnfng sentence the court stat
ed that heretofore he had assessed
a jqll penalty but that In this case
ho felt to deviate somewhat and the
man would be given the alternative
of paying a fine If he desired to
do so
Witnesses for the city not being I
on hand Deputy City Attorney Willis
asked that tho case against Thomas
Kelley be dlsmlnecd and It was so
ordered Kclloy was charged with
having committed an assault on H
Husman The same action was tak
en in tho case of the city against
Harry Davis charged with mendi
cancy This case has been continued
I from last Saturday and no witnesses
had appeared
Upon the recommendation of De
tective Ponder the case against John
Monzle wan dismissed Mcuzlc was
charged with vagrancy
Edith Cothcart who Is well known
In police circles and who has been
before the municipal court a number
of times for various offenses plead
ed not gilllly to the charge of vag
rancy and Detective Ponder was call
ed to testify Mr Ponder stated that
Edith had been In the city for a num
ber of years and that as a rule she
had no visible means of support Her
greatest falling though said Mr
Pender wItS her persistent rushing
of the can and gelling drunk on
beer
In disposing of the matter the court
stated that ho would let Edith go once
more if she would promise to ke p
out of sight for awhile
ADMiNISTRATOR
KILLS flIIHSELF
Kansas City Tuno 1It S Crohn
former public administrator and sllll
administrator for estates not cleared
up during his administration shot
hlirjBolf today His physicians stated
that thewoutd would prove fatal
Crohn who Is 50 years of ago and
prominent In local politics had Just
ha < a conference with attorneys for
the estate of Adolph Uuutinann Hunl
Crohna adnilnlalra
mann died during I
tloi leadng an estate valued at 32o
000 of which 60000 was personal
property Claimants to the Hunt
mann estate have appeared from HIl
nols Massachusetts and other eastern
states
Atlornejs for Ute estate delred that
its affairs be wound up and they de
manded that Crohn finish the work of
probating Crohn Is bonded by a sure I
ty company whose affairs are now in
litigation I
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equipment facilities and management afford every
assurance of prompt carcfufattcution to all busi
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YOUNG MAN dont you want to carry the girl of your
choice
Put in the bank some of your money each week before you
wed Then youll have a right to ask your sweetheart to marry
you And you can have something to start in on too
We will pay you four per cent interest on the money you
put in our Savings Department and compound the interest j
quarterly
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier
J rI Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Cashr
G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmloy L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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HEAVY DROP
N STOCKS
Enjoining of Railroads
Has a Depressing
Effect I
Nlew York June lActlo unload
ing of stocks was resumed with the
opening of the stock market today ro
suiting In violent declines tIle higher
range of the London quotallOMs afford
ing no advantage here The West
ern and Pacific railroad stocks were
the moat affected
Liquidation continued In the roar
Ket and prices yielded steadily without
rut effect from the occasional SUB
porting orders The railroads while
are enjoined from putting advance
freight rates Into effect today sll
led the decline but the whole list wa
acutely weak
Before noon there had been show
such declines as 7 11 In St Pan
4 3S in Union Pacific and Reading
Pullman Promotions R Conic
formerly nsslslant to District Age
J M Kimcl of the Pullman com paw
has been transferred to Denver in th
same capacity C E Gansko assls
ant ticket ugont has been promote
to the position E C Bader of De
vcr has been named as assistant I
the office of Ticket Agent C A Ode
matt The changes were effective U
day
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