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i 5 1tE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 6 1910 ± L
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H i SpecialS
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iLndies Neckwear special 15
I SoeLadics Nockvenr special 25
65cand 75c Ladies Neckwear 50c
75c Kayser Short Silk Gloves special 50
100 Kayser Short Silk Gloves special 75r
17516button Long Eoyser Silk Gloves Jj125
OUR ENTIRE STOOK OF VEILINGS AT COST
OUR ENTIRE STOOK OF ALLOVER LACE AT COST
OUR IENTIRE STOCK OP FINE FRENCH EMBROIDER
IBS AT COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCILOF STRAW HATS AT COST
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I OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HAND BAGS AT COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF BRAID PINS AT COST
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON OUR NEW IMPORTED
HAIR PUFFS AND CURLS THE VERY LATEST FRENCH
STYLES
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL PARASOLSTHE MOST
UPTODATE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
35c Flair Barretts special 256
200 125 to 150 White Waists special 9S
160 175 to 200 White Waists special 149
OUR ENTIRESTOCK OF LADIES WOOL SKIRTS AT
COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SILK SKIRTS AT COST
i OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF PONGEE AND LINEN COATS
AT COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF RAIN COATS AT COST
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SPECIAL DISCOUNTON CELEBRATED NEMO COR
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250 LADIES SKIRTS rAT HALF PRICE
500 LADIES SKIRTS AT COST
250 2000 to 2500 TAILORMADE SUITS AT 1000
H LAST THOMAS
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I LITTLE GIRL WA TS
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SALT 1jAKE June 5ChIef oCPolice
1 Barlow is in receipt of the following
II letter from a little girl who Is seek
ing her mannna
Mt Vernon Jlune 1 1970
Chief of Police Sir
As my grandma Mrs Maggie
Robinson has wrote you the llth of
March asking you to please locate
my mother Mrs Merna Plerpont and
you have not answered nor sent the
picture I will ask you to please BOO
if you can find her I am a llttlo
girl 11 years old and I have a little
t brother that is S and we are afraid
mamma is sick The last time she
wrote me the 2Cih of March 1070
she said she was coming homo in
May She was then working in a
hotel she said In Salt Lake City
Mamma Is tall dark eyes and a scar
i I mi her cheek from a burn about 27
years of age Please find her If you
can for we arc worried for fear sho
Is sick aau oblige a little homeless
f girl Please lot us know soon
I I do hope you can find mamma It
matters not where she is or what she
I is doing Please let us know
LEATHA WATSON
Send your letter to Maggie Robin
son Mt Vernon Wash
Although tho police have done
everything In their power to locate
the missing woman they have met
with no success and Chief Barlow
stated Saturday night that the search
would be continued until all possible
means at hand had been exhausted
CURTISS TO MAKE A
LONG AEROPLANE FLIGHT
CLEVELAND June 5Glenn II
Curtiss will attempt an aeroplane
flight from Cleveland to PutInBay
and Detroit some time next month
according to a statement issued here
tonight by his personal representa
tlvci George Gibbs The night will
be made for u prize of 10000 offer
ed by the owner of a syndicate of
parks Additional money has been
offered by proprietors of pleasure re
sorts at PutlnBay and Detroit which
will raise the total amount It is said
to 25000 The light will be made
during the second week in July when
the Elks are holding their annual con
ventlon in Detroit A brief stop will
be made at PutlnBay
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Your financial interests are conserved by having an
I I aoconni with the Commercial National Bank Our
i r 1 equipment facilities and management afford eery
ll assurance of prompt careful attention to all busi
It ness entrusted to us
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1 BURPLUS 811500000
I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halvcrsoa Asst Cashr
fJI G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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Removal Sale
Now is the time to hat We
buy a cheap move to our new
store 2438 Wash Avo June 15th We remain in our present
quarters until that time
i COME EARLY NOTHING RESERVED
LA MODE MILLINERY
I 339 24TH STREET
ECO Of TE I
GARTNEY WRECK
The supreme court of Utah has
handed down a decision of consider
able Importance In tho damage suit
of James A Schuyler vs the South
ern Pacific Railroad company The
Judgment rendered by a Jury In the
second district court in favor of
Schuyler in Iho sum of 9000 la af
firmed It will be remembered that
Schuyler was assistant chief clerk
of the railway mall service and as
such held a commission issued to
him by the postmaster general con
taining a request that all railroads
In Utah Nevada California Oregon
Idaho and Colorado give him free
transportation
Early in January 1907 Schuyler
was called to Oakland California
where his family resided on account
of the death of one of his children
He started to return on January 13lh
1007 on the fast mail train known as
No 10 which was wrecked near Gart
hey Utah and ho and several others
wore killed in the wreok In going
to Oakland and returning to the place
of the accident ho used his commis
sion as a pass and the company rec
ognized this commission as entitling
him to transportation His widow
and children brought suit to recover
damages for his death and obtained
In Judge Howells court a verdict and
judgment for 9000 The com
panys main contention was thai the
act of congress known as Iho Hep
burn act made it unlawful for a rail
way company to give or a railway
mail clerk to receIve free transporta
tion except when actually on duty
and that In his Instance Schuyler
was not on duty but had gone to
California solely on account of the
death of his child Tho company In
sisted that It was unlawful for
Schulyer to accept free transportation
and that he was a trespasser and his
widow and children could not recover
damages from the railroad company
on account of his death
The supreme court on the first
hearing hold thai all the evidence
Hhowed thatSchiuyer was not on
duly and reversed the Judgment
Thereupon Messrs Agee McCrack
en and Bert Schlesinger Esq attor
neys for tho widow and children filed
a petition for a rehearing which was
granted and the case was again
argued before the supreme court
where It was contended by the at
torneys for Mrs Schujlor that It was
not unlawful for railways to furnish
free passes to mail clerks and fur
ther that it made no difference
whether Schuyler wan on or ort duty
nor whether he was or was not rid
ing in violation of the Hepburn art
since the undisputed facts show that
he was riding with the knowledge and
consent of the company and lhat In
either event he was a passenger and
entitled to protection as mien Both
these contentions are now sustained
by the supreme court the former
opinion 18 set aside and the judgment
of the district court Is affirmed It
Is said to be the first time the court
has granted a rehearing and com
pletely reversed Its former decision
anti is therefore Interesting to the
bench and bar of the state and Is of
great Importance to railway mail em
plo es since it is held that railways
may lawfully give free transportation
to railway mail service employes and
that oven wore It umawrul that fact
would be no defense In an action for
injuries received br a person whom
the railway company had undertaken
to carry and who has been injured
through Its negligence J
HIGH PRICES
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The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish
Poultry company 2526 WashIngton
MACHINISTS fOR
EARLY CLOSING
The following communication has
been received from the local Ma
chinists union showing that the rail
road people do favor tho early closing
movement In Ogden and will support
the same by patronizing the stores
that arc cloned I
To tho Retail Clerks of Ogden
The clerks of this city having
succeeded in convincing both the peo
ple and the merchants of Ogden that
the early closing would benefit nil
concerned and would also increase
the pleasure derived from a shorter
work day and to show our approval
of the movement resolutions were
passed ai our regular meeting Tues
day evening May 37 of Ogden lodge
No 127 International Association of
Machinists heartily commending the
clerks in their movement for better
hours and congratulate them on the
success attained which demonstrates i
what can bo done by united action
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L C STTZER
Committee
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Account Y M Y L M I Associ
I ation meeting Tickets on sale via I
Oicgon Short Line June 2nd to 5th
inclusive good returning until Tuno
10th Tickets on sale at City Ticket
Olllce 2511 Washington Avenue
E A SHEWE C P T A
Clip the coupon In the Standard and
guess on Ogdcnc population
MOTION CAlENDAR
HEARD SATURDAY
The following motlnii calendar was
heard by Judge Kowoll in the dis
trict court I
Norman I II Ives vs Ralph Orange
ol ah motion for leave to nj0
amended complaint granted > t
American Antiseptic Co vs Inter
Mountain Sheep Co demurrer con
lmloil Ono week
I t AUco E Klslinbury VB Joseph I 13
Evans administrator motion for nov
p trial continued ono week
The H Lautcr Co VB Ogden Fur
V1
alLure Carpet Co motion to
amend granted
Flora M Maloney vs E II Klneoy
ct al demurrer overruled
Ogden Savings Bank vs Bela Ka
dfsh et fil demurrer overruled
First National Bank of Ogden vs
Uramwell Grocery CO el al demur
rers taken under advisement
James Johnston deceased demur
rer withdrawn
Martha H Goddard vs H H God
dard order to sh9W cause continued
one week
HIGH PRICES
The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish
Poultry company 252G Washington
HEAVY LOSS
BY A fIRE
th CU11fl A T
i SUNDAY I
The Griffith Ice5 Cream companys
plant 1210 Twentyfirst street con
sisting of several Ice houses barns
stables ice cream plant and other
buildings was destroyed by fire last
night entailing a loss of nearly
10000 i
The flames werei discovered about
11 oclock by G GJGrlffitb owner of
the plant and an alarm was immedi
ately turned in The department
from Station No 2Jresponded at once
but as the water presurc was very
low owing lo the proximlly of the
reservoir a secondalarm was turned
In to Central station
By the time the department got to
work on the ice houses they were
practically destroyed and attention
was then given lo saving adjoining
buildings Including the Griffith home
Several horses wore rescued from
the stabloH which immediately caught
fire and were consumed together with
a number of wagons and the entire
equipment of harness etc The Ico
cream plant was ajao practically des
troyed Its valuable contents includ
ing an electric motor Ico cream ma
chinery and packing outfits being
ruined by the heat and water
Mr Griffith said that he bad no
idea how the flrej started and esti
mated his loss at 10000 with no In
surance J
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DRINK COSTS A1
MAN HIS LIFE
Alfred Griffiths Ii Found Dead at
Second South did West Temple
Streets
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Salt Lake June GAlflell Griffiths
of 343 West Sixth South street 45
years old was fodnd dead against the
wall of the F Richmond Machin
ery companys plant at tho northwest
corner of Second South and West Tem
ple streets Sunday morning Death
was due to alcoholism
Griffiths when found was sitting
with his back against the wall His
hands were claBjIed around his knees
and his hat was Bulled down over his I
eyes The pollde were notified and I
Patrol Driver GBbrge Moore accom
panied b > Patrolmen Glllespie and
Crlsburg responded When tho pa
trolmen attempted to awaken the sup
posed sleeping man they discovered
that he was dead Dr F B Steele
was notified and pronounced death due
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In all probability to alcoholism Grif
fiths had been dead for some hours
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There was nothing on the body to
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identify it and for a considerable
period of time some difficulty was ex
perienced to discover who the man
was He was finally identified as
Griffiths and his wife who runs a
small grocery store at 343 West Sixth
South street was Informed of the
lentil of her husband She sent two
of her soils to the undertaking es
tablishment where the body was pos
Itively identified
NOTICE
June r 1910
T will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by Ella Wonders or
Mrs Chas Wonders from this date
Signed CHARLES WONDERS
STAMPEDING FOR
GOLD DISTRICT
Idltarod City Alaska June 1
via Kaltag Alaska Juno 5hrec
hundred and fifty prospectors the
first part of sUtmpodors to reach the
New Idltarod gold fields arrived hero
from Fairbanks after a thrco weeks
trip down the Yukon river AI agree
that the stampede will be tho great
est since tho famous rush to tho
Klondike thirteen years ago but
many of tho old limo goldsoekors are
pessimistic over the prospects for
getting sudden wealth from the grav
el along the bunks of tho Idltarod and
lunoke rivers Conservative inti
mates place tho number of prospec
tors who will arlVo here during tho
eaily summer at 5000 Many men
now on tho ground express the opin
ion that the summer camp will not
support more than 1000 minors and
that largo numbers of the late comers
are doomed to disappointment They
say that only soveu miles ol pay dirt
have been located and none is ex
traordinary H is believed that at
least half of those in the main camp
at IdItarod City will turn back to the
Kuskokwlm where they expect to
locate a camp fifty miles across the
divide
At present Idltarod City Is hut a
small camp consisting of a few cab
ins No wharf has been built and
freight Is being dumped on the
ground During tho present high
water steamboats from Fairbanks en
able to reach here bul later It will be
tho smallest
Impossible for any but
steamers to get above the mouth of
ho Iditarod i
NOTRE DAME WILL
LOSE BASEBALL STAR
Noire IauiioJnhJtlfle 0 Pete
Vaughn captalniMent of next rears
football team it Notre Dame hag left
school and It Is said that ho will not
rotiirn next year Vaughn has had
considerable trouble with bib kneo
over since h Injury last fall and was
the bas
uiiablo to work at all during
ket ball season It Is believed that
ho will not bo able to play next year
of which ho
or at least not tho game
was formerly capable and this it Is
said may cause hint to quit college
PARTY LINES WILL
BE DISSOLVED
WASHINGTON June T Conser
vative legislation in the senate find
the postal Ravings bank hill In the
house constitute the features of the
congressional program for the coming
week The general opinion is that
both measures will be voted upon be
fore Saturday rtlshl nnd that they
will be sent to conference
Party lines will be dissolved and
now lines of insurgency developed In
the senate In connection with the pub
lic land withdrawal bill which It la
expected will be taken up tomorrow
Some of the western members arc
preparing to make vigorous assaults
upon the RoosevellGarflcld adminis
tration of tho public domain especial
ly as regards the blanket withdrawal
of large areas It IB not Improbable
that this course will lead to some
bitter criticism of the more conser
vative policies of the TaftBalllnger
administration
The disoussloiiB will arise over the
consideration oC the administration
bill which already has passed the
house to authorize the president to
withdraw public lands for purposes
of classification for the protection of
water power sites for forest reserves
and to prevent mineral lands from
falling into the hands of monopolies
Many western members notably
Senators Varren and Clurk of ly om
ing Hoyburn and Borah of Idaho
Curler of Montana and Hughes of
Colorado express fear that the en
actment of this measure would marl
the return of the policy of locking
up great tracts of land and that the
western stairs might be deprived of
the benefits that would accrue from
their development
On the other hand the more radical
program carried out in the regime ol
former Chief Forester Plnchot Is
favored by such members as Senators
Dixon of Montana Flint and Perkins
of California Piles of Washington
Chamberlain and Bourne nf Oregon
Smoot and Sutherland of Utnh and
other senators Administration lead
ers are committed to the conserva
tion Irglslatlon advocated by Presi
dent Taft and It IB not doubled that
tho house bill for the withdrawal of
public lands for conservation pur
poses will be passed at an early date
and that the measure will emerge
Ruccofisfulh from conference
Supporters of statehood legislation
are willing to give the administration
conservation measure the right of
way if the Republican lenders will
give their pledge that a vote shall be
taken upon the ArizonaNew Mexico
bill before adjournment At one time
there wore Indications that there
would be a serious clash over the
question of which should bo taken
up first
rho Democrats wore inclined to op
pose the taking up any otner measure
in advance of the statehood bill but
at an Informal conference yesterday
they decided their cause would not be
advanced by precipitating such a
controversy as long as there Is nc
time fixed for the present session to
adjourn They argued that they
could force action before adjourn
mont In any event The house com
mittee on post office and post roads
meets tomorrow and probably will re
port to the house the postal savings
bank bill perfected last week In the
Republican caucus It Is expected
that the committee on rules will meet
on Tuesday and report out a special
rule that the postal bank bill be
given the right of way through legis
lative channels This rule will pre
cipitate a hot fight in tho rules com
mittee and on the floor of the house
Both of those committees were or
dered by a majority of tho Republican
caucus to take the action outlined
Republican leaders of the house say
there will bo no difficulty in putting
the bill through without amendment
Thor estimate that not more than H
Insurgent Republicans will vote with
tho Democrats against the measure
The Democratic members of the
house have made no prophecies have
held no caucus and have planned
none hut Informal discussions have
indicated that the vote will he along
party lines except for the limited
number of Insurgent Republicans who
refuse to be bound by their party
caucus on this question
Unless some agreement Is reached
by which a conference can be avoid
ed both the house and senate will
name conferees on the railroad bill
tomorrow The suggestion made Sat
urday that the house accept the sen
ate amendments to the bill met with
favor in some quarters and for that
reason no action was taken in the
house Speaker Cannon alow ing the
question of naming conferees to go
over until tomorrow
Even though objection is made to
the acceptance of tho senate bill the
fact that the proposition was not re
jected outright Is taken as an Indi
cation that it will bo comparatively
easy to harmonize the differences in
tho two measures
CAPTURE OF YOONfi
AMERICAN DOUBTED
WASHINGTON Juno 401 Luis
Cor n representative in Washington
of the Madrlz government of Nicara
gua today made public the text of a
dispatch which ho said ho had re
ceived by cable from President Ma
drlz to the effect that tho govern
ment forces at Bluefleld and at Rama
retired upon orders from Mardrlz and
rcconcentrnled elsewhere
Dr Corqa expressed doubts of the
reports that tho retreat of the govern
mont troops from their places was In
fact a flight from the Insurgents
The text of the message follows
Managua Juno ICorea Washing
ton Generals Lara and Godoy
commanding tho government troops
which were before Blueflolda recon
centrated their forces by my orders
at Almoudro In accordance with your
cable advice
With your cable adlcc < this week
that they Hhould not fight III the city
of BluofieldB Thoy withdrew with
perfect organization and with their
arms and ammunition I ordered
Gonoral Chovarrla commanding tho
government troops in the vicinity of
Rama also to reconcontralo at
Muolcs Dc Los Buoyes and ho has
lone so without haying an engage
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Signed Madrlz
I Dr Corea said he had received no
word regarding the capture of Will I
Jam P Plitman correct the young
Hontonlan who ycnterdny was re
ported to have been taken by General
Irlaa troops while be was mining the
outposts ot Ulueflelds for the Estrada
forces S
For thin ecason the Madrlz repre
sentative doubted the irutu of Pitt
mans capture If he had boon taken
however Dr Corea said he felt Bur
that no fato would befall him that
would cause tho United Stales gov
ernment any apprehension
Corea points out lhat General Irian
Into whose hands PIttman apparently
has fallen fell out with the deposed
picsidont Zolayji because he did not
approve of the execution by Zelayas
order of the Americans Groce and
Cannon
With General Irma Is Francisco I
Altsclmlc who was Nicaraguan con 1
sul at New Orleans and who accord I
Ing to Dr Corea well knows the at
I titude of the American government In
such matters Assurances have been
given the state department by tho
I Maclrl faction however that Pitt
man will be treated considerately
These advices came to Secretary
Knox In a dispatch from American
Consul Ollvarex at Managua to whom
thc secretary had sent the news
paper reports of the fate that had
befallen PIttman and pointed out that
this government ivoiihl zealously
scrutinize the treatment accorded
him The dispatch also contained
the statement hint a court martial to
try the prisoners had not been or
dered The state departcment today
sent a paraphrase of the telegram lo
Edwin PIttman of Cambridge Mass
a relative of the man In custody
After referring to the departments In
structions Consul OHvarez said
HDr Madrlz has Just assured mo
through General Toledo that a cour
martial has not been thought of
much less ordered and has further
assured me that PIttman will be
treated fairly and considerately and
that telegraphic instruction will be
dispatched at once to General Jiayns
at Grcytown He has also informed
me that the report hitherto received
from Irma relative to Plttmau Is
vngue
The information received from Con
sul Ollvnrex is satisfactory to the
state department and for the moment
there is nothing more to be done A
copy of his dispatch has been sent to
tho consul at Blueflelds
Estrada for Peace
BLUEFIEUiJS Nicaragua June 5
General Estrada leader of the provis
ional government has repeated the
offer that ho made last March to
Madrid looking to the establishment
of peace
The conditions of his proposals pro
vided for tho friendly mediation of the
United States that country to desig
nate the NIcaraguan whom it consid
ers most fit to occupy the presidency
provisionally neither Dr Madrlz nor
General Estrada be eligible the pro
visional president to convoko elections
for a conatltutionnl president I
These conditions Madrlz refused to
accept when they wore first offered
while expressing the fullest confi
dence In the government of the Uni
ted States but in view of his latest
reverses the difficult conditions un
der which his military forces have
been compelled to assume tho aggres
slve the lack of supplies and tho de
bilitated condition of his soldiers It
is expected by the provisional leaders
that that he will now give the propos
als more serious consideration
Conditions at Blueflelds are giving
the diplomatic represeatalives con
slderable anxiety as all business has
been Interrupted and there arc man
wounded and helpless persons to be
taken care of
HIGH PRICES
The highest prices paid for live
or dressed poultry Ogden Fish S
Poultry company 2526 Washington
SUIT lAKE VJOWJArij
DIVORCED I DH VER
DE VER June CMrs Mattie
French was divorced from Frank D
rench of Salt Lake City Saturday on
the ground of desertion She askci
for 5000 perman ° nt alimony from
her husband but compromised on 2
SOO and payment of attorneys fees
court costs and other expenses
Mrs French obtained a decree of
separate maintenance from her hus
band in this city something over a
year ago
Send your guecs on Ogden and We
ber Countys population to the Stand
ard office You may win as high aa
S15 In gold coin
INEZ GAR HillS BODY
lAiD U FfNAlRESJ
SALT LAKE CITY June GFollow
lag brief and simple funeral services
at the ODonnell funeral chapel Sat
urday afternoon tb0 body of Miss
Inez Carhlll who committed suicide
by drinking carbolic acid Thursday
was laid at rest In the City teractcrv
The services were well attended the
llttlo funeral chapel being filled to its
capacity with friends and relatives of
tho departed girl The casket had
been placed at the east end of tho
chapel and It was banked high with
llornl tributes among which were
several pretty set pieces
Tho Rev P A Simpkin was tho
only speaker and during his brief ad
dress ho cited ninny little Incidents I
of the young womans life
At the cemetery a brief address
was made by Mr SImpkin and follow
ing this tho body was consigned to its
last resting place The pallbearers
were J A Elton I L Wllkous D J
Williams G W Floyd G H Woua
cott and S M Lockbart
RINGHUST MAY BE
ARRAGNfD TODAY
Prosecution Confident He Will
Be Identified as the
Right Man
oLT LAKE CITY June 6WIl
lam Drlnghurst still is to ho arraigned
before Justice Bishop and In all prob
ability will be arraigned Monday
Brlughurst was arreated on a com
plaint charging him with complicity in
the holdup of the Clift house sam
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This season the
stout man has a big
show all our shop
Never before such a
gafiheriHig of becom I
ing patterns for liberal
bodied men
Dark greys wiflh self
sflrapes Oxfords with
grey lines the embodi rPI
ment oi good Haste for
the Embonpoint T
RUtINS
Modern Clothes i
SUOP
It COME ON IN
WASHINGTON AVENUE
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bllng room recently Deputy sheriffs
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still are busy gathering evidence tend
ing to connect him with the robbery
The prosecution is confident thai
Brlnghuret will he identified as ono
of the men who committed the roh
bery as soon as he Is seen by William
Warner formerly of Butte Mont who
Is known among his associates a
Whito Shirt Rllly and who saw
three men standing In the stairway of I
the Clift houso a few moments be
fore the robbery occurred Warner J
had left the Clift house rooms and
gone for a bottle of whisky As he
was leaving the doorway of the build 1
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fig ho overheard the three men con 1
versing In low tones and looked at it
them closely as ho left the building
Returning with the bottle of whisky
a few minutes later ho was followed
to the rooms by the three men ho
had seen a few moments before As
soon as they entered the room they I
were seen to be masked with hand I
kerchiefs and the holdup followed
K R Smith who lost the diamond
ring alleged to liae been pawned by j
Bunghtirsl returned from Ogden Sat
urday afternoon where he had gone to J
t locate the jewel lie said that he had
r not found the ring but had dlscov
ered the man who took it out of the
pawnshop Smith said that he bad I
gone to the county jail the first part
of the week but had not been allowed I
to see tho prisoner Ho also said that
he IB not positive as to whether he f
can Identify the man who took the i
ring
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NORMAL WEATHER
IS FORECASTED I
WASHINGTON June 5lor nor H
mal weather conditions will prevail J
over the United States during the
coming week according to the fore
cast of the weather bureau The week
will open with showers In the lake i
region and the Atlantic states and
generally fair weather elsewhere To I
morrow and Tuesday a disturbance I
will develop over the western plateau Ii
region moving to the eastern states
by the end of the week Cooler weath
er will prevail over the region west
of the Rockleu In ho latter half of
the week 1
NATIONAL ART SOCIETY Iii
Miss Anna L McNulty secretary of I
the National Art society Miss Elln If
Odman and Mrs Ethel Decker who I
have been in tho city for the pssl
three weeks In the Interest of the so
cloty leaves today for other cities oi I
tho state to continue tho work Wlulo
In this city they have meet with great
success In the organization of a league
with seventylive paldIII1 members J
who Include some of the most prom 1
nent people of the city who arc inter
ested in art S t
J
OFFICERS AND MOON
SHINERS FIGHT
WINSTON SALEM N C June 5 I
encounter between revenue
In desperate
a
ernie officers aud moonshiners lu
more than a
Wilkes county yesterday
hundred shots were fred and several
were injured according
of the moonshiners
received here
to information
tommy cording The ofllcerB hnd Just destroyed
illicit distilleries nail 1000 gal
three were flied I
when they
louis of beer
officers were hurt
the
upon None of t
Only one arrest was made 1
JUVENILE OFFENDERS
GLOBE Ariz June 5A uOIHltlOn
offenders will 10 j
for juvenile
established camp next week in the Plna
Gila
of
Mountains by the officials 1
count Under the supervision of an officer
the boys will be permitted to govern I
th
to work on
themselves They aro
Those who
at small salary
road a
th
during the
acquit themselves well
summer will be permitted to return J
to their schools next fall while those 1
who are dclliniucnt will be sept to
the reform school
ft any Mi k T Ul I
Tho Original and Genuine
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For Infants lnvalid and Growing chi l
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