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I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JUNE 7 1910 r I
f TIIE OPENING OF HUDSON
I S AVENUE
On account of the opening of Hudson av enue AVG arc compelled to vacate our present
premises by July Jst And as it will be som c time before our new store is ready we will
offer our entire 40000 STOCK AT LESS T RAN COST
This is an opportunity the people of Og den have never had before and possibly may
notoccur again
REMEMBER WE ARE NOT GOING 0 UT OF BUSINESSAnd we have put no cheap
i j goods in to make specials Our wellknown g uaraulec will go with every article purchased
And any article not as represented will be re placed or money returned
This sale of DIAMONDS WATCHES J JEWELRY SILVERWARE CUT GLASS
HANDPAINTED CHINA NOVELTIES and ART GOODS WILL COMMENCE
A MONDAY JUNE 6th
I AND CONTINUE UNTIL THE END OF TH E MONTH
Ve will sell you goldTIlled openface L adies watches warranted 20 years from 500
Ladies and Gents rings ALL SOLID GOLD at prices you have paid for filled rings
Eightinch Cut Glass bowls from 200 5 6 a ud 7inch Cut Glass Nappies 70e 90c 120
each ThreeStar Cut Glass Tumblers Bell S hapc 180 per dozen Pitchers to match DOc
Come mid look and make your money g o a long way
SMALLEY 346 25th St
I The Peoples Jewelers
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PLAIN CITY LEADS
COUNTY lEAGUE
Won Lost PC
Plain City 4 0 100C
North Ogden 3 1 750
Liberty 2 2 500
Hooper 1 333
Eden 1 3 333
Huntsville a 3 333
In the game of the county league
between the Plain City and Hooper
teams at Plain City Saturday after
noon the homo team won by a score
of 3 to 7 The topliuers put up a
strong game and at no Limo were they
in danger of losing Pitcher Thomas
of Plain City and First Baseman
Bous of Hoofer Mil fine work Pitch
er Jones of Hooper worked hard for
his team to win hut to no avail
The lineup follows I
PLAIN CITY HOOPER
Poulson c Moore
G Thomas p Jones I
J Thomasll Bens
Jlhead 2b Flinders
Taylor 3b C Jones
Hunt ss BybPe
Singleton rf Williams
Ilcmrdson cf Bolnnp
C Thomas If Rhoad
NELSON CAUSES
I
p SENATE SENSATION
WASHINGTON June Declaring
I that Alaska had been placed in a
straight jacket by the withdrawal
r of the public lands Senator Nelson
I I today sbarply criticised the policy of
conservation as practiced in that ter
ritory The Minnesota senator was
I discussing the bill authorizing the
President to withdraw from entry
lands for public purposes which he
i advocated The measure IB one of a
r series of administration conservation
J bills and was taken up on motion of
1 1 Senator Smoot
JI I I Mr Nelsons declaration attracted
4 special attention because he is chair
1 man of the BallingerPlnchot commit
f i tee and also of the public lands com
I j mlttee of the senate He said it
1 should beunderstood that he did not j
mean to criticise either the present
I administration or the preceding one
e 0 I Ho thought congress was as much to
a1 I blame as anr one
s 1 Mr Nelsons address followed a
speech made by Senator Clark of Wy
I oming sharply criticising the bill
The Wyoming Senator contended tho
bill would conferan authority entirely
too wide as It would supply a legis
lative interpretation of tho words I
public purposes fnr more compre
hensive than ever had been given it
He presented an amendment restrict
ing the phrace to the ordinary accept
ance of its meaning Mr Clark con
tended that the President never had
authority for the suspension of thp
Iubllc land Saws lie believed llioro
might to be some legislation giving
Kioh authority but he would have it
proporly limited Advocating the pas
page of the bill as reported Senator
Nelson contended that It Imposed a I
restriction instead of granting new
authority Never had tho president
right to withdraw the public lands
iiceti questionnd he said until excep
tion was takon to the excessive with
drawal made by Secretary Garfield
ilurlng the ilrst month of President
Roosevelts administration Mr No I
on found justification In existing law I
for the withdrawal of the public lands
from entry However he favored
conservative action on tho part of tho
executive In depriving the public of
the opportunity to avail Itself of tho
public resources Ho thought that the
present generation should have full
access to these reservations As lllus I
trativo of his contention that cxccu
tivo action might go too far Mr Nel I
on Instanced the course of Secretary I
Garllcld in withdrawing for water
power purposes about 3000000 of land
In tho west during the last month of
President Rooaevclfa administration
Mr Nelson said thai while ho gave
his adherence to a conservatism poll
ff ho did BO only when It was ra
Uor > < He would have the public ro
forces administered KO as to afford
the living generation tho opportunity
af tho full and proper use of them
There will bo plenty of water hun
dreds of ycare after wo are dead ho
RaidNo
No man can atop It unless he can
stop precipitation from the clouds
Why mould our supply ot coal bo tied
up and the people prevented from
utilizing that fuel
Dlnciisslng the application of the
iotioGrvntlon policy to Alaska he
dwelt upon the fact that except In
the extreme southern part of that ter
ritory there was no tiber consequent
ly tho people wore without fuel unless
they were allowed to use the conI of
that region
In face of the fact that there arc
valuable coal fields in various parts of
the territory the people have not been I
given opportunity to use a ton of It
with the consequence that they are
compelled to bring their fuel either
from Australia or China or around
the Horn from our own eastern states
Thus thoy are compelled to pay from I
I
12 to 20 per ton when they ought tQ
I
got It for 2
I
This he denounced as conservatism
I
run riot Between the withdrawal
for forest reserves and on account of II
the coal deposits he declared Alaska
had been placed In a straight jacket I
and Its development greatly restricted
I
stricted
I
Mr Nelson was interrupted several
times by Newlands who called atten
tion to the fact that one of Mr Nel
sons constituents Mr Weyerhausor
the lumber king was the owner of
a million acres of timber lands that
the Nevada senator said he had been
able to acquire under our misfit land
laws
lawsMr
Mr Nelson replied that Mr Wcyer
hauser had become one of the most
ardent conservationists
He outHcrods Herod he added
Mr Newlands also fell into a con
troversy with Mr Hughes of Colo
ado over a statement bj the former
to tho effect that one concern in
Colorado had been enabled to procure
immense deposits of coal contrary to
the general public inctrest Mr
Hughes denounced the statement as
an aspersion upon the state and de
clared It to be radical and unwar
ranted
Send your guess on Ogden and We
ber Countys population to the Stand
ard office You may win as high as
45 In gold coin
CONGRESS Of
REFRIGERA TION
Mr E F McPike refrigerator ser
vice agent Illinois Central Railroad
Chicago who Is also secretary of the
Railroad Refrigerator Service associa
tion lias been selected by the latter
as Its official delegate to attend the
Second International Congress of Re
frigeration to be held In Vienna Aus
tria October nth to llth 1010
The railroads evidently intend to go
nfter and secure all the good things
they can find about refrigeratIon worl
hi other countries There Is an enor
mous volume of fruits and vegetables
produced in America requiring special
care and attention by the railroads as
to refrigeration While the Railroads
of tho United States and Canada have
in service about 100000 refrigerator
cars equipped with ice tanks and new
cars when constructed from time to
time arc being improed nevertheless
it is gratifying to see this additional
manifestation of a desire to leave no
stone unturned to improve the ser
vice still further If possible by study
Ing closely the methods used in other
lands and getting tho benefit of their
experience
such n progressive spirit by Amer
ican railroads will do much to win
tho approval of tho shippers and re
ceivers of perishable commodities
MEMORIAL DAY
IN Ttlt fUTURE
In bohalf of the Harry A Young
Camp No 2 Department of Utah
United Spanish War Veterans who
had In charge the parade of the day
and the Grand Army of the Republic
who wore our guests I wish to express
our hearty appreciation of the splen
did response nmde by the owners of
automobiles It Is appreciated that
we wore able to accommodate those
who were the most Infirm of the vot
orans and nil of the women uf the
patriotic orgnnintlona The large iu
torchl tnKun by tho citizens In the
exorcises of the < Uy Is also fully ap
Predated Our deslro Is that each
year may add to the Interest taken
in the observance of the day
Recommendations fIt T
It will not be out of place I at Ibid
time to make some HUggoBtlons for
tho next yrar believing Unit t 15 nqt
too early to think of the same We
suggest the following
1 TInt this years exercises be
rondo lie basis lou future years and
llioi each year may add some In
terest The citizens will gladly turn
out with their automobiles each year
and we should have them
2 That the drill teams of thefra
tornal organizations bo asked to Join
in tho march
3 That a place in the line of march
be arranged for tho children and the
he thus recognized sharing with us
the honors of the day they will
thereby learn patriotIsm
L That any games and public
amusements be strictly prohibited
0 That some means be found to
secure a band Signed
G W McCREERY
Marshal of the day
CITY MAY ENTER
WATER RIGTS
Decision of United States Land Of
fice Cancels Entriec of Former
Owners
The Suit Luke United States land
office Monday received a decision of
the commissioner of the general laud
office at Washington by which the
city of Salt Lake It is believed may
proceed to onter upon the water
rights In the Twin Peaks reservoir
site The commissioner holds for
cancellation the claims of P J Anson
Henry Uarnos and W L Dykes who
sold their title to the city some time
ago There Is said to be an adverse
claim held by the BrownStanford
I company If this claim Is not legal
and Is not sustained the city now may
enter upon the wator right Three
lakes are included the Martha Phoebe
and KatherIne In addition to Ihesc
principal bodies there arc also Twin
lakes and others
Lakes Arc Involved
Several years ago the city pur
chased a series of lakes in the Cot
tonwood district from Anson and the
others Included In the purchase
were lakes Martha Phoebe Kathe
Hue the Twin lakes and others The
Twin lakes were claimed by Ansou
and others though their title won
doubtful A sum of 2000 was paid
for the lakes Including the Twin
lakes The land was nil unsurvo > ed
It later developed that the rights
to the Twin lakes claimed hy Au
son and the others were not avail
able for the city because the ap
plication made by Anson called for
tho use of the water for Irrigation
and tho city desired to use It for
augmenting Its water supply
October 21 1909 a special agent of
tho land office reported to Commis
sioner Dennett that Ansou and the
others had not constructed the reser
voirs for which plans had been filed
and a right of wa > asked and Mr
I
Dennett directed the register and re
ceiver of tho land office to notify
the city which had in the meantime
succeeded to the rights 01 Ansoa and
the others that sixty days would be
allowed in which to show cause why
the application for the reservoir
should not be revoked
The register and receiver on De
comber 27 11109 transmitted the ans
wer of Mayor Uransford on behalf of
the city in which It was petitioned
that the application of uson and
I others be permitted to stand and thn
citys rights cs the asslgmo of those
persons be protected On Fobruarj
12 the commissioner considered the
citys petition Au examination of
the statutes coupled with tho allega
tions in the mayors answer clearly
determined that Inasmuch as the
reservoir wan never constructed by
Anson and the others even in the
event thai the city did construct it
no right of way could be obtained
lawfully because Ansou Iind made
tIn application for tho purpose of
irrigation
City Relinquished Rights
The commlHBioner accordingly held
that If the city relinquished Its rights
acquired from Anson and others It
would then be permlttnd to file appli
cation under the act of February l
1905 but that the application would
not bo considered while Alisons ap
plication wan on record The regis
ter and receiver notified the com
missioner that a notice had OCQH s r
ed upou the city and no action had
been taken
By the decision the coiumlsslonor
revokes his prior action in nccopt
lug Alisons application and lojects1l
so that am and all rights which thy
city Huccc led to through Alison are
canceled This leaves tho cRy free
tIJ make a now application on Jits
ownbehalf under the act of February
I 1905 which concerns rights of way
through national forests II
l
Send your guecs on Ogden and We
ber Countys population to the Stand
ard office You may win ac high n3
345 in gold coin 1
1IaI
BUSY EVENING <
OF THECOUN t
9TI1COUNCW
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I I
Mayor Says HisLife is Made a Burden by Complaints of Sprinkling
Veto of Bxtf Expenses in Sanitary DepartmentMoran
f t6be Paid For Repairs to Paving
A communication rfroni tho mayor
appointing J Vr Hoyt tho present
purchasing agent for tho city food
and provision inspector was accept
ed and the appointment confirmed by
the city council last evening The
ordinance fixes tho salary of the food
Inspector at 100 and the adoption
of tho communication last night made
a further allowance Jr 30 per month
for home hire and Incidental expcns
Oh as purchasing agont Mr Hot
will be required to attend to the du
ties of both food Inspector and pur
chasing agent on the same salary
By consolidating ttiq offices the city
Is virtually being saved 100 per
month
The mayors communication veto
ing that part of tfig pay roll of the
sanitary departmenttyrovidlng for the
payment of the snlary of Nets Me
Carty an aBsIstnntJin the health de
partment was received and the veto
was not sustained The vote being
7 to 1 against the veto as follows
For the veto Daua
Against the veto Browning AUH
tin Flygare Peen J Wilson Dickson
Barker i
Larson and Huiuphrls being absent
The reasons given by the mayor
for exorcising tho veto power In this
Instance were that he did not con
sider It a proper charge against the
city but a matter belonging purely
to the health department After the
action in passing the salary over lie
veto the council by a unanimous
vote referred the question to the
sanitary committee for Investigation
The recommendation of the mayor
to lake up 5000 worth of outstand
ing improvement bonds each year
rather than creating a sinking fund
for that purpose was unanimously
adopted by the council ana It was au
thorized that throe o bonds offered for
sale by D Joseph without a premium
bo purchased at once This will re
duce the interest on the bonds and
remove the money from the banks
Upon tho recommendation of the
police committee Jt was unanimous
declared that beginning June 1st the
patrolmen of the city he paid 90 per
month Instead of 80 The police
men petitioned fQpthe raise In thoir
salaries some time ago bill the com
mitten did not report until last night
A communication was received from
the mayor stating1 that his life had
recently been marte burdensome be
cause of complaints from citizens
over the street sprinkling and he
urged that some definite action be
taken to remedy the present defects
The mayor recommended that the city
be divided Into sjiriiiWInp districts
in charge of competent persons The
communication was ordercc filed but
later on In tho proceedings the rec
ommendation s of jhe chief executive
were incorporated jn a provision that
the street supervisor take charge of
the sprinkling of the streets
Contracts for city improvement
work aggregating 13296 were award
ed to the Moran Contracting company
by the city council last night These
Improvements consist of the install
ation of a sewer extension in Dis
trict 103 comprising Moffatts lane
and Capitol avenue the paving of
Canal avenue InDistrict 101 and a
sewer extension in District 104 which
compilses a portion of Harrison ave
nue and vlclnllyi r
The Moran companys bid was the
lowest received The following bids
were opened and read by the city re
corder Sewer District 103 Moran
Contracting company 3550 J P
ONeill Construction company 3730
Wheelwright Construction company
1585 This work will be completed
in 45 days The bids for the work in
sower district 104 were Moran Con
tracting company 0297 Wheelwright
Construction company 7791 50 J P
ONeill Construction company 8210
The contract requires the work Lo
be finished in G5 days
For tho work in paving district 101
tho bids were Moran Contracting
company 3439 J P ONeill Con
struction company 3920 Wheel
wright Construction company G700
The work to be completed In sixty
days
Tho conference held with the of
ficials of the Utah Light and Railway
company by the city officials last week
looking to a reduction of the present
excessive lighting rates in Ogden did
not bear fruit aa evidenced ut the
city council mooting last night when
on motion of Councilman Austin an
adjournment was ordered until tonight
when the members of the council
with the mayor and city attorney will
meet for the purpose of discussing a
proposed ordinance to be prepared by
which the rates can bo adjusted I
Buy Spraying Apparatus I
It was derided last night upou the
recommendation of J AV F Volker
and F M Driggs of the board of park I
commissioners to purchase a spraying
apparatus to be used on the lawns and
I
trees of the city parks for the destruc
tion of Insocts An appropriation ot I
500 was ordered for this purpose
Councilman Austin and Barker voted
against the appropriation
A committee composed of Oscar B
Madson and A L Brewer appointed
to handle tho financial end of the G
A R encampment held several months
ago leportcd that all claims and ac
count had boon paid and that there
remains 27240 Tills was ordered
turned back into the city treasury on
motion of Councilman Flygnre
Create Sprinkling Districts
How to best handle the sprinkling
ot the streets of Ogden city wag the
occasion for considerable debate A
communication was read from tho ma
yor recommending1 that the city be
divided into sprinkling districts Coun
cilman Flygaro expressed himself In
favor of tho bid 8VSttn and the em
plovmunt of a sprinkling superintend
ent to look after tho work The
sprinkling of the city streets costs
S2500 ever month yet there have
boon numerous complaints lately that
tho work was only being half lone 1
It was Jlnnlly agreed on motion of
Councilman Austin that the street
supervisor be instructed to divide tho I
city Into sprinkling districts and re
quire the driver of each sprinkling
cart to see that the dust Is quelled In
his district
It now looks as If Pot J M ° < an the
Salt Lake contractor will bo paid his
bill of 221233 for repairing the as
lihaltum on lower Twentyfilth street
despite the veto of the mayor to the
nctlon of the city council iwo weeks
ago vlien the claim was allowed
The council reversed Itself last
night after a communication had been
rend from Frank B Gowan Morons
superintendent threatening suit if the
claim is not settled when n motion
to allow the hill made by Councilman
Flygaro passed unanimously with
the exception of a contrary vote by
Councilman Barker Councilmen Lar
son and Humphries were absent
It was shown last night that the
Salt Lake contractor was engaged to
patch up the osphallum which had be
come worn at several places on lower
Twentyfifth street The work was
done rmd the city engineer recom
mended that tho bill bo paid The
council approved the claim but the
mayor vetoed It because ho declared
that when the original paving was laid
by Moran during bin last administra
tion the contractor oflteI Into an
oral agreement to keep It In good re
pair for nine year3 A vote was taken
en the veto last week and it was sus
tained Monins superintendent then
demanded payment or threatened suit
and the council last night approved
it for the second time
Councilman Flygare said that the
attempt to hold up the claim and re
fuse to pay Moran looked like a bluff
to him Councilman Barker who
voted In tho negative Hold that the
work of repairing the aspnaltum hns
not been completed and that there
are several patches which were mark
ed out by the city engineer near lie
Salt Lako and Ogden Railroad com
puny which were overlooked by the
contractor
Upon the recommendation of the
mayor it was decided to take up 5000
worth of outstanding improvement
bonds each year Instead of creating a
I sinking fund for this purpose Three
bonds which have been offered for
sale by D Joseph were ordered pur
chased
A report from the street committee
recommending the narrowing of
Thirtysecond street between Wash
ington and Adams avenues from SO
to 50 feet was adopted This was do
elded upon owing to cqmplalnts of
several property owners on this street
against the change of grade which fol
lowed when the street was widened
some time ago
Routine Matters
The city recorder read a numher
of protests from properly owners
against mo sidewalk and sewer dis
tricts in different parts of the city
They were ordered referred to tho
city engineer and the proper com
mittees for computation t > ascertain
If tin city has gained jurisdiction
Upon the recommendation of the en
grossing i committee the city auditor
was authorized to employ additional
help In her office at an expense not
to exceed 8 a month The city treas
urer reported cash on hand at the
uose of the week n ad lands to bt >
4345190
J J Urnmmitl appeared boforo thp
cciinci and asked for an extension of
iuy city water mains ra Cljltol ave
nue between Jackson and Van Buren
avenues Mr Brummitt said that
there arc a number of residences bc
big constructed along this thorough
faro and that hue vater extensions are
250 feet from tho nearest house A
further extension was ordered by the
coiMicIl and the water won5 commll
tee given authority to determine how
far It shall he made
SAN PEDRO ROAD
NOW m
All Is ready for the reopening of
the Salt Lake Route The connection
w III be nmde Tuesday and dead
freight Is being accepted on and nft
er this date Perishable freight will
be accepted on and after June 10 and
In ti short time the Overland train
can go through The Limited will
leave Chicago Juno 12 and Los An
geles June 14 both to pass through on
the 14th and 10th respectively
General Manager R B Wells loft
for tho front Monday by special He
stopped at Mllford over night and
today will leave for the scene of op
erations and bo present ut the final
work of connecting the rails through
and toulght will move through to Lon
Angoles thus being the first train lo
go through from Salt Lake to Los An
geles since the washout of December
fAST 1 f IGT IN
SAt lAKE CITY
Jimmy Reagan oxchnmplou ban
tamweight aud Voting Brlenborn of
Denver went six fast rounds to a draw
at the Manhattan club show Monday
evening at the Salt Palace Tho card
throughout was one of the best Man
ager Hardy Downing has handed out
to the local boxing enthusiasts and
Ihe capacity house was highly pleas
ed
Rougan had a shade tho better of I
the contest but Erlcnborns willing
ness to come back after be had wpitli
oroil a storm of wallops earned him a I
draw In tho opinion of Referee WIN
lard Bean Although the milling was
fast neither hid was particularly dis
tressed at the conclusion of the mix
I up Reagan surprised Krlenbnrn at
I the opening of the fourth and sixth I
rounds by charging from his corner at
I the tap of the boll catching the Den
ver lad unawares Erleuborua sec
onds WON oven slower than their pro
tego in the sixth session and Krlon
born was forced to box from a sitting
posture for a time until Referee Bean
chocked Reagans onslaught and gave
the Denver boxers attendants a
chance to remove his chair Tho ox
champion ought viciously at times
and proved conclusively that he Is a
Ick < Infighter
Eddie Johnson earned a decision
over Ivld gchlllo In four rounds but
the latterH gmneucsa won him a
home with the crowd Schlllo was
smiling and willing and was not par
ticularly worried at the finish It was
a fast bout
Young Forbes and Jlm Crawlcy
went four lively sessions to n draw
Crawlcy IB a slight youth with a sad
face and a wonderful appetlto for pun
ishment He also has an excellent
punch The boys were evenly match
ed Kid Smith put Ed McGlilis away In
the opening round while Young Ed
die Hanlon lost to Young Lugan in
the third session
RAGING AT THE 1
BUENA VISTA TRACK
I
Five Longshots Upset All Calcula
tions Favorites Being Also
Hans
I Stilt Lake June 7Th opening
meet of the Utah Joclcey clubs sched
uled forty doys race mooting proved I
1 a big success from a racing stand I
point nt the Bucna Vista mile race
track Monday afternoon There wore
about 1500 people present which wat
somewhat of n disappointment for the
opening day but those present seem
ed to have plenty of monc > and
eight bookies and two field book
wore kept hustling and writing out
tickets It was a bad day for the
bettors the layers cashing In on fine
outsiders one one favorite coming
across
Being the opening day a great many
people had conceived the Idea that
favorites would win and accordingly
played heavily The bookies took
all the money and quit the day big
vinuen
Orbicular stood out In the onemile
race the feature event of the day
and while ho opened at 3 to 5 and
closed at 1 to 3 there was a general
rush to get on Starter Dwer sent
the field away with a good start
Orbicular leaving the post In fifth po
sition but before the half was reach
ed Jockey Singleton rolled to till front
and came home an easy winner by
five lengths Fred Mulholland a 100
to 1 shot boat Sylvia U by five
lengths for place Rather Royal a
local favorite was backed heavily
and came strong In the stretch but
was short The time of the race was
142
STATE AUDITOR MAKES I
SEMIANNUAL REPORT
State Auditor Jesse D Jowkos Mon
day filed with Governor Spry a semi
annual report an required by law
showing the condition of the state
treasury for the six months ending
May 31 and also showing the amount
of the outstanding warrants against
the state on that date
The net balances in the various
state funds amounted to 570583
and the outstanding warrants to 3G
92S3S distributed as follows
General fund 2333242 extermina
tion of wild animals 8750 forest
reserve 429 district school 597207
fish and game 275558 land fund
principal and Interest S84SC53 state
bounty 1200
The net balances over the amount
required for the redemption of out
standing warrants were General
fund 488752 district school 12
09803 redemption 4049155 trust
S1C5273 forest reserve 39493 ex
termination of wild animals 52483
fish and game 1074401 suspense
account 391 state roads 219550
state bounty 37331 Agricultural col I
lege S227C037 Deaf and Dumb asy
lum 1512970 Insane asylum 22 I
37SS7 Institute for Blind 837001
Miners hospital 2942912 State
School of Education 193777 Re
form school 1657020 public build
ings 2015024 reservoir 2732033
State school 30203879 School of
Mines 70228C university 1C090
90 I
OFFICERS ELECTED BY I
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS 1
Salt Lake Juno iUtah castle No
338 Royal Highlanders met at Feder
titian of Labor hall Monday night and
among other things elected officer
for the ensuing year Those chosen I
were Illustrious protector Mrs
Mary L Hubbanl chief counselor
Miss II K Smith fair evangel Mrs
W A Wallace warden George Hors
pool manager for the eighteen
months term Ray Gardner
Preparations were completed for the
initiation of a class of twentyfive
next Monday night Ogdou castle has
been invited to attend and refresh
ments will be served Both the con
test teams of Utah castle will close
their work next Monday night and
the contest will than bo decided
Six applications for admission to
the order were received and passed
upon favorably Monday night
ELECTRICIANS CALLED
OUT BY THEIR UNION
Salt lake June 7Ihe Electrical
Engineering Construction company
one of the corporations that signed
the agreement presented by the local
branch of the International Brother
hood of Electrical Workers last week
has withdrawn from the agreement
and the union men who were working
for the company have boon withdrawn
from their jobs by the union The con
tractors say that the agreement was
ulgncd without due authority A meet
ing was held at Federation of Labor
hal Monday evening and about fifty
strikers wore In attendance They ex
press themselves as being confident
lucy will win the strike
HENRY HILL TOOE1
FOUND DEAD IN BED
TOOELE June Ctli Harry Hill
aged 51 years was found dead n hip
roomroom in the Hotel Tooele this
afternoon Hill had been a sufferer
for some time from a tumor over the
right eye Dr Logan was called and
gave out the Information that tho tu
mor must have eatou into the hralft
causing death The deceased came
here from Minnesota where ho was fa
conductor on the Northern Pacific
coronora jury has been empanel i < l
and will hold an Inquest Tho body
will probably be burled here
Patent Contest Case
PROVO June 6The case of tlie
Mountain Lake Extension Mining Co
vs PIttflburg Consolidated Mining and
ane
Milling company came up for a heav
ing today In the Fourth district court
before Judge Booth The plaintiff
opposing the defendants application
for patents for Pittsburg sos l2 3
0 and 5 and Little Rock and Little
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stout man has a big
show at our shop
Never before such a
gathering of becom
ing patterns for liberal
bodied men
Dark greys with self
stripes Oxfords with
grey mines lie embodiment
ment of good taste for
the Embonpoint
HUINS
Modern Clothes
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WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT 2365
Rock No 2 mining claims In Ameri
can Fori mining dlstrlsc alleging
thai the survey of the claims in puos
tionconflict with the plaintiffs claims
Good Hope Nos 1 i I 7 and 8 After
come of the evidence had been heap
a continuance WHS granted until Juno
20 for tho reason that plaintiffs maps
were found to ho defective
Dry Farms Drying Up
Tooele June GThe dry hot
weithe continues In Tooele county
There hag been no rain for more than
twomonths and with the exception of
a few fields up next the mountains
the dry farm are a complete failure
The fruit in and about town where
there are irrigation ditches Is pultc
abundant Al kinds of fresh vegeta
bles and small fruit are on the mark
et in large puantltics yet the vege
tation in all parts of town Is affect
ed by the drouth
Deceret Bank of Tooele
TOOELE JuueC Articles of incor
poration of the Deseret bank a filed
In the county clerks office June 1
Eugene T Wooley Is prpcldent Lee
Johnson Is vicepresident R T
Brown J A Ellason C Le Roy An
derson W J Clark and Charles S
Burton constitute the board of direc
tors
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following real estate transfers
have been filed for record with the
county recorder
0 J Stilwell and wife to 1 J
Brurnmitt lots 13 and 14 block 22
Nob Hill addition Consideration 75
0 11 Eaton to Susan F Eaton part
of lots S 9 10 1 und 12 block 7
Brooklyn addition Consideration 1
George H Tribe and wife to Arthur
H Tribe part of lot 2 and 3 block
15 plat B Consideration 1
RelnharL Tugebretscn and wife to
ManguB Ingrebrctsen part of lot 9
block 10 plat A Consideration 550
William AV Browning and wife to
George T Stephens lots 17 IS 19
and 50 block 22 Consideration 100
ROBBED A POLICEMAN
New York June 7A policemans
uniform with a shining shield blazon
ed on the breast of the coat spread
1 out on a chair carried no fear to a bold
thief who visited the home of Gndlla
Kranis patrolman of the New York
department last night Tic extracted
40 in bills from the trousers and n
gold watch and chain from the vest
and oven took a revolver from the hip
pocket Then he ransacked the whole
apartment at his leisure
Finally just to show his contempt
for authority the thief removed the
shield from the coat and left It on
the table with a fivecent piece beside
It for Krams use In getting to the
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Chicago June iPitcher Sutor has
been released to San Francisco the
club from which Comlskoy secured
him a couple of years ago Sutor Is
the second southpaw that the Chi
cago American league team has let
go in the last two days Bill Burns
was sold to Cincinnati Sunday This
loaves Coinlskey with two lefthand
ers White and Young Sutor never
has done well since Joining tao Ameri
can league and has not been worked
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