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6 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 6 1910 I
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I VACATION SUITS I
Imagine what three months of Summer vacation menus to
I a Boy 1
r Months of freedom fishing baseball etc etc r
Weve special Outfitting for this strenuous period
Blouse Suits Wash Suits Extra Trousers
Shirts AVaisls etc
Suits a11001 150 to 900 i
Extra Trousors 50 to 200
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Shirts and Waists 50 to 150
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AVe not only understand the outfitting of these Little
Men but we offer special values as well
FRED M NYE CO
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2413 WASHINGTON AVE
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WEEK OF SPECIAL
VALUES
FOR LITTLE MONEY
SPECIAL NUMBER 1
To begin this week of values
w i startwith the entire stock
of millinery in three groups
l 450 values 175 GOO values
260 900 and 1000 values
500
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SPECIAL NUMBER 2
Fine ribbed summer vests
with fancy yokes C for 100
SPECIAL NUMBER 3
I Ladles flue quality summer
hose all sizes color black six
pairs for 8100
SPECIAL NUMBER 4
i Ladles Tailored Suits 50 per
i cent off
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ij I rODEN MEN
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Ifli PROPERTY
I Joseph Fife of Ogden who was In
J Nevada during the Goldfield excite
ment and who prospected over the
I i western part of the state says tho
Lucky Man Mining Milling com
I pany Incorporated with offices in
Ogden has one of tho most promis
I ing properties In Nevada Prior to
the time when F M Farrell of Og
den with others purchased the prop
city Mr Fife and five associates Ii
I eluding a mining expert attempted
to secure a lease and opUon on the
ground but failed owing to the re
I fusal of the owner to lease on any
terms or to sell nt leas than a figure
they deemed beyond reason Later
when the Nevada boom burst Mr
Farrell stepped in and taking advan
tage of the depreelonfl secured the
ground for what Mr Fife says Is a
songWhen
When the surface and underground
workings were examined by Mr Fife
nod the expert tho ore showing was
declared to be the most extensive
of any undeveloped property In the
country and samples taken from some
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of the reins In the tunnels tested GO
Wth the sending down of a cen
tral bbaft Mr Fife says the Luckv
Man company should open up ore bod
ies of groat extent and richness and
make possible tho extraction at a
profitable figure of the largo veins
of ore now exposed
The Lucky Man companys prop
i orty Is situated near Hawthorne and
on the same mineral belt as the Lucky
boy property which is today a bonanza
anza producer
RECOVER Nfi
ThE DEAD
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Advices received from Devils Slide
are to the effect that the Union Port
land cement company expects to be
able to reach some of the bodies of
the victims killed In the explosion of
last Wednesday by tomorrow noon
Since the day of the terrible accident
the company has been pressing the
working removing the thousands of
tons of rock that burled the men
when tho great quantity of powder ex
ploded
Jt is stated from a reliable source
that one reason the work of recover
ing the bodies had been so slow Is the
fact that the company had encoun
tered great difficult securing men
to cork In the quarry where the ex
plosion occurred on account of the su
perstitious fear with which the Aus
trlans Italian and Japanese regard the
dead The first night following the
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explosion when tho company sent
men to the quarry very few of the
foreigners remained at work very
long at the slide where the explosion I
occurred but slipped away to other
parts of the quarry and refused to
go near the haunted spot
Finally the company succeeded In
getting a large force to work In the
day time on that part of tho quarry
and now the work of recovering the
bodies Is expected to progress rapidly
LETTERS ARE BEING
SENT TO GILLETT
New York June C Governor Gil
lett and various other officials in Cali
fornia will this week receive several
hundred letters protesting against
the holding of the JeffriesJohnson
light Forty Brooklyn church organ
izations have banded together in plans
for opposing the big match They
plan to have each
member send sev
eral letters to persons In official posi
tions wbose Influence they btlleve
should be against the bout
l SPECIAl TRAIN
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Will Leave Ogden on the Night of July 2 Bound Forthe Big Contest
Will Be Occupied by Salt Lake and Ogden
People Going to the Arena + f
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The fight fans of Salt Lake and Og
dent have completed arrangements for
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a light special to San Francisco to
I see tho JoffrlcsJohuHon mill Tile
I special starts from Salt Lake on the
evening of July 2 and will leave Og
den about 10 p in The train will con
I sist of a composite car a diner and
foul standard Pullmans
I So many of the fans of Salt Lake
had expressed their Intention of going
to tho coast to seo tho flght thnt It
was decided to charter a train A
largo number of Ogdenltos have Indl
catcd their desire of Joining tho par
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j The leaves of many of the trees on
the lawns and parks In Ogden are
I curling and close Investigation will
disclose the cause Under the curled
I leave are countless llttlo flies the
product of the Nealy parasite which
I In Its attacks gives promise of de
stroying the beautiful shade trees or I
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at least making the trees most un
1 attractive by being robbed of their full
dress of verdure
Evidently something must be done I
To Wasnlch Lodge No 370 R R C
of A and the Public
Greeting While we deeply regret
that you did not attend out meetings
in person or by letter and there ex
press your sontlments we are still
glad to hear from you In regard to tho
7 oclock closing You find fault with
us for not being organized The
Trades and Labor assembly ma
chinists and other organizations did
business with our committee and I
backed up their advice to organize
with substantial moral sup mrL
It Is the carmen who are not going
after this thing In the right way It
seems to us that you have gone alto
gether too far on the strength of what
several merchants have told you As
union men why me you not in touch
with each other Why If the carmen
have a grievance dont they send their
committee around to the Trades as
sembly and get the truth of the mat
ter Why not invite the committee
from the clerks to give their side of
the story before the lodge instead of
waiting until the eleventh hour to
undo what has been done
No one thinks to kick the creeping
babe because Its muscles arc not or
ganized or developed to the walking
point We are sure you will be with I
us In spite of the inconveniences you
complain of after you have carefully
considered the matter from a union
standpoint Tho 7 oclock closing
movement has brought the majority
of the clerks together on common
ground and Ifi tho substructure of the
clerks union of Ogden if such there
Is to he
The history of organized labor in
general and railroad organization In
particular is a record of an armed
truce between capital and labor I
AUTO DRIVER
FINED BY
COURT
In the criminal division of the muni
cipal court this morning John Case
pleaded guilty to the charge that on
June 3rd he drove an automobile so
fast that the speed limit twenty miles
an hour was exceeded The speeding
was done on the count road near
eoeee ooO ecO G 8
ORACLE ISIS GLOBE JOIE
The Biggest Gift We Have Ever Made
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LADIES THREEPIECE SUIT 1
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR LACE I I
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AND RIBBON TRIMMED I
We purchased a limited I
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number of these beautiful
suits from RO1
Dr Goods House
one will be given a leading Ogden Dry and
bri at
at the ISIS Thursday away afternoon EACH performance in the ORACLE and GLOBE Wednesday afternoon and
i A coupon with each Ladies
and the ticket purchased drawing will be made before each performance closes
prize awarded
before
you leave thc house
I gEMEMBER WEVE ONLY A I
I FOR A SHORT TIME LIMITED NUMBER AND THIS OPPORTUNITY WILL BE ONLY
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Ju
ry and have made application for
berths on the train
This Is the fourth special train that
has thus far been arranged for to pass
through Ogden to the fight Tho
others are the Chicago special the
I Wall street special and the Oliver
Buckley special of New York
The railroad officials of the South
I ern and Union Pacific state that It IsJ
possible there will be ton special
trains In and out of Ogden for the
flght on July 4 Arrangements arc be
ing made to run several sections of
the Overland limited to accommodate
tho great Increase In travel that Is ex
pected at that time
NEALY PARASITE
IS DESTRUCTIVE
Beautiful Shade Trees Are Being Ruined by the PestSpraying is
RecommendedLeaves Are Made Unsightly the
AttacksCity Counoil May Take Action
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without day to check the spread of
the parasite The c7ty superintendent
of parks advises spraying with tobac
co a 30 to 1 solution but the spraying
must bo thorough and well directed
by an organized force
Those Interested in the subject
I should examine the cured leaves on
their trees and then they will be
eager to Join In a general movement
to stamp out the pest
Tho problem will be brought before
the city council this evening
I CLERKS REPLY
TO THE CARMEN
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broken at Intervals by strikes in
which both Rides disregard the publics
safety and convenience but expect
public sympathy J
The railroads are not run according
to the dictation or pleasure of any or
ganization of employes and that Is as
I far as the comparison between the
stores and railroads goes It ifl not on
record that any railroad labor organ
ization ever Interceded with the com
pany for reduced rates better equip
ment of more courteous treatment for
the public
The clerks have acted fair square
and above board They asked and got
public support for 7 oclock closing
They canvassed the city to find out
If their gain might not be a loss to
o
others The public said Go ahead
The merchants Bald In effect We will
close but you must not leave us at
the mercy of any unscrupulous com
petitor who may elect to keep open
As clerks we have not asked for
scats to sit on nor a half holiday We
asked for a shorter workday and got
It
rho Trades and Labor assembly has
acted logically and right in supporting
tho clerks To have don6 otherwise
would have given the lie to their
unionism There Is no alternative ex
cept a practical declaration that the
union Is for itself and to hell with all
the rest And If a union of that stamp
went on strike who would wait for
hunger to force him through the
picket line to the waiting job i
Be with us There will be no neces I
sity for actual starvation or naked
ness Shopping before 7 Is easy com
pared with no shopping at all on ac
count of strikes or hard times and wo
will all bo better for It in the end
THE COMMITTEE
Signed A D FOULGBK
North Ogden Mr Case was fined
10 I
Dennis Dunn pleaded guilty tp hav
ing been drunk on the Sabbatli and
he was sentenced to pay a fine of
+ 5 i
Charles Martell and Frank Wagner
alleged to have been begging on the
streets Juno lth pleaded not guilty
to the chargo and were placed under
a bond of 25 each pending a i hear
In
Albert Thomas a colored boy 18
years old pleaded not guilty to the
charge of vagrancy The testimony
not being considered by the court
I sufficient to warrant a conviction the
defendant was discharged The boy
staled to the court that when ho was
arrested he was simply passing away
a little leisure time In Lester park
and that he was not doing no harm to
nobody
The court refused to hear tho cast
of the city against William Kllburu
who Is charged with assault and bat
tort alleged to have been commit
ted June 2nd on the person of G E
Va ell until the matter could bo
looked Into by the city attorno The
court observed that the condition of
Mr Wadell this moinlng might ma
tci tally change the gravity of the ul
legod offense Tho case was contin
ued until such time as the attorney
for the city could take the matter
up The defendant was bold under i
Irond of 150
Wadell the man upon whom the
assault and hatter is alleged to hove
been committed Is the onelegged
limn who conducts a shoe shining
stand on the corner of Twenty fifth
street and Lincoln avouue It is said
that Kilburn struck him n vicious
blow without sufficient provocation
and that In falling to the ground r d
ell struck his face against the cor
ner of a building seriously Injuring
him
himHattlo
Hattlo Riley said she was not
guilty of ibofng iiiilawfullj drunk
yesterday and the ease was set for
heariuc for tomorrow worulnu Hat
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BUY DIRECT FROM OWNER
For a Few Days Only our Choice of the Cream
of the Lots in Beautiful
LA RE VIE W ADDITION
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Lots on Washington Ogden and Adams Ave
nues between 37th and 38th streets Sightly
location rapidly building up Close to car line
and city water No city taxes
Prepare flo own a homeBuy Ute lolls mow while they are cheap
and build when you are aisle
Call Upon or Phone
E H HALL AT REED HOTEL I
lrJoul
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tie stated that she would like to
make explanation Her bond was
fixed at 6 She did not have the
amount and the officers took her
back to her cell
William McCarthy was sentenced to
servo thirty days In the city jail at
hard labor that he might contem
plate the crime of petit larceny to
good advantage The court decided
od that he stole a sot of harness from
Joseph Demo last Thursday Mc
Carthy claimed that another man
gavo him tho harness and requested
him to sell It for whatever amount
he could Tho harness was dispos
ed of for 10 cents McCarthy will be
taken to the cemetery to assist In
Its beautification
BUilDING NEW
HOMES IN OGDEN
T A Swanson Is building a hand
some cottage on Twentyfourth street
between Quincy and Jackson avenues
to cost lr00 I
George Tlmmorman Is spending
700 Improving his residence on
Washington avenue between Thlrtl I
eth and Thirtyfirst streets I
John Walker Is building a resl
dcnco on Jefferson avonue between
Twentysixth and Twentyseventh
streets that will cost upwards of
1000
LAUNCtl EXPLODES
LIVES LOST
AND JLjl i Jw 3 IwvJ 1 I
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Now London Juno 6A launch ex i
plodod hi the Thames river a short
distance below the navy yard this af
ternoon and several persons were
afterward seen In the water and then
disappeared It Is believed four or
five lives have been lost
A launch of tho same description
as the one reported wrecked owned
by Clarence Thomas left the Vale
quarters a short time ago for New I
London I
Besides Mr Thomas the owner I
Charles Buclcingham Eliot Fritstnnd j
I and Samuel Newmon were on board I
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RELEASED FROM
PRISON AT 84
PUtsbitrg June 6AClel spending
a great part of his life in various
penal institutions each sentence be
ing imposed for horse stealing Peter
Zimmerman alias John Snyder aged
87 was today released from the West
ern penitentiary after serving a ten
year term
The aged prisoner stated as he loft
the Institution that he was too old
to work and would soon be back
PORTLANDS ROSE CARNIVAL
OPENS MOST AUSPICIOUSLY
Portland Ore June G1Vith vis
itors from all parts of the country to
the number conservatively estimated
at 100000 Portland yesterday gave It
self over to its annual carnival of
I roses which will continue through
I tho week
The main streets of the city have
been elaborately decorated chief in
the flchonio being a court of honor I
which occupies a booth along Sixth I
street and mainly of vases of heroic I
size filled with growing plants
The attractions will consist of dec I
orated carriage and automobile par
ades by day and lighted parades by I
night as well as a rose bud parade
by five thousand school children
The principal event as usual will
ho the allegorical electric pageant
Spirit of the Golden West Tues
day night
MAN FOUND HANGING TO
A TREE NEAR SEATTLE
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Seattle Wash Juno GTho body 01
an ijnknown man was found hanging
to a tree near Youngstown a south
west suburb yesterday and tho cor
oner and police believe It to bo that
of a man who has been frightening
women and children In that vicinity
I for the past week Tho mnn hung
vith his knees bent up from the
ground Tho mans pockets were
found stuffed with hay and It is be
lieved this forage has been his only
sustenance during his sojourn In the
roods I
Tills is the second body that has j
beau found In tho neighborhood wIth j
In the last two days
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PONEY MOORS IS
ABOUT TO CASH IN
C lcngo June GPono Moore
to use tho expression of the frater
nity of which ho for many years was
the leader In Chicago Is about to
cash In The onetime negro king
of gamblers is at a hospital where
since Saturday morning he has been
unconscious from the effects of a
paralytic stroke Physicians say he I
cannot recover
For the past five years ho has lived
In obscurity In comparison with lib I
onco great proininonco in the red
lizlil district
MEMORIAL
Of MODERN
WOODMEN
The first Sunday in June of each
year Is Modern Woodmen of America
I memorial rlay and the day was very
fittingly observed yesterday by tho
local camp of Modern Woodmen
Tho members Including tho degree
team assembled at the hall at 93n
and headed by Nichols band proceed
ed to march to tho City cemetery
where the graves of the deceased
L members wore decorated following
I Impressive memorial ceremonies
i of the order The following are tho
Neighbors graves which wore docorat
I ed at Iho city cemetery Isadoro
I tins Thomas Wlggln A It Hunter I
D C Dalton C H Maxwell Hyrum
McFarland and E P Brown
Tho ceremonies were held at the
I n rarc of Neighbor Ernest P Brown
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Judge A W Agee delivering the ad
I dross
j Directly upon the completion of the
I ceremonies at tho city cemetery the
march was again resumed and all
I went to tho Mountain View cemetery
I where like services were hold and
tho following deceased members
I graves decorated P T Farrls J1
Haxen O II Brown and Neighbor
Ebberson The lodge then marched
back to the hall and dlnbanded
This was one of the largest shov
Ings ever made by this lodge there
I being nearly one hundred members
In line With the pretty uniforms of
tho forester team and with the flow
i ers which were In the procession the
aspect was one to be remembered I
The line of march was as follows
I From the Eagles hall north on I
Washington avenue to Twentysecond
street thence east to Jefferson ave
nue thence north to the cemetery
Returning from the cemetery south
along Jefferson avenue to Twenty
fourth street thence west to Wash
ington avenue thence south along
Washington avenue to 31st street to
Adams thence south to the come
terrThe
The marshal of the day was C M
Kamcy district deputy head consul
NOTICE WATER CONSUMERS
Hours for sprinkling lawns will be
strictly enforced from Juno 1 1910
ac follows
East of Adams Avenue G00 to S00
a m 500 to GSO p m
Vest of Adams AseuiucS00 to
1000 a m G30 to 800 p m I
Inspectors are instructed to see that
sprinkling is confined to the above
hours and when
water Is found run
ning to turn oft without furthor no
tice C H KJRCHER
Superintendent Waterworks depart
ment
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OPEN iNG Of BUENA I
VOSTA TRAC I I i
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The Buenna Vista race track at Salt I
Lake City will be opened this after I
noon under the auspices of the Utah
Jockey club in n fortyday meet All
the horses that were at the Fair j
grounds track for the ten iaY meet
which closed last Saturday have been
shipped to Salt Lake Many of the
fast ones here have boon entered for
the opening handicap which will bo
run today
It is probable that a fifteenday meet
will bo held at the Fair grounds track
some time following the Salt Lake
meet but probably not until Septem
ber during the FourState fair I
THOMPSON TO
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I Cyclone Johnny Thompson baa
decided to take on Birdlog Collins
the colored boxer who met Pete Sulli
van In two 20round draws In Ogden
last January In place of Plcuto who
balked on account of weight The
match will bo hold at tho Saltnir hip
nodrnmi on June 1C Thompson han
bugiin training at lie Utah Hot
Springs for the match
I I might ho able to knock Collins
out In one round and I might meet
with a surprise announced Thomp
son last evening anyhow I am go
Ing to stick to my Ironclad rule which
Is to train hard for every contest I
have It Is these lighters who think a
man has no reputation to lone by the
ask of training and entering tho ring
In poor condition If I lose I will not I
make tho statement that I was not In
condition I am going to train at the I
Utah Hot Springs where I have
trained for many of my bouts I will
do road work In the morning and gym J
nasium work in tho afternoon
OPENINfi Of
NATIONAL
PARK
A special tourist car occupied by
employes for tho Yellowstone Nali
j
onal park from hotels In Southern
California arrived In Ogden from
I Los Angeles this morning The car
will be attached to a special trail
j which leaves Salt Lake this evening
j with other employes for the park
i The park opens June 15
j rho season bids fair to eclipse all
in travel through that wonderland
I Reservations are being made for
transportation lace In the summer
The tourist agencies have an
nounced that they will have morn
parties this year than ever before
The first Raymond Whltcomb
I part of eighteen occupying the spec
I tai Pullman car ° Dllthodnlo will ar
rive in Ogden Juno 1 Kb and leave I
I the same evening for the park 1
I COUNCIILMAN
OPERATED
UPON
Reports from the Holy Cross hos
pltal Salt Lake today arc that City
Councilman John Larson is Improv
ing and It Is thought he will soon be
able to return home
While In Salt Lake a day last week
Mr Larson was suddenly stricken
with appendicitis and was hurried to
tho hospital for a surgical operation
which proved a success The council
man had complained recently of a
pain In the right side but paid no
particular attention to It When he
was stricken In the capital city the
physicians called to the case stated
thnt It would be extremely hazardous
for him to delay an operation long i
enough to return home
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MANSON ONA
I SPEC tAL TRAIN i
General Superintendent E C Man
son of the Oregon Short Line In a
special train composed of private car
Yellowstone and a coach passed
through Ogden this morning on a gen
eral Inspection of the Montana and
Idaho divisions of the road Upon his
return from the north Mr Manson
will make a trip over the Salt Lake I
division of the Southern Pacific In
addition to Mr Manson the part in
cluded Auditor McNitt of the entire J j
system and Superintendent Brewer
Assistant Superintendent Harris
Roadmaater McEnlee of the Utah Ii
vision
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WHITNEY AND RAINEY I
ON ARCTIC HUN t
New Haven June 6HnJI Whit
ney the hunter of this city and Paul
J llalncy of Cleveland left New f
Ilavtn today for Sydney C B where
they will join the Arctic ship neo t
thlc which they have chartered for a I
hunting trip in the northern lati
tudes f
Before leaving Mr Whitney reit
erated that the trip was abjolutcly
for hunting purposes The men ex r
pect to bo In the Arctic regions about
throe months They will take no on
with them aside from the crow of tha f
Boothlc which will be commanded In i
Captain Bartlett who was with Pear
on his North Pole expedition
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