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44 a THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY JUNE 9 1010 T
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j cessitates oxfords of the best type
a 11 for those trousers that arc eut n
1 rifle short show the feet at their
bestor worst
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Our WATSONTANNER Ox
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S 1 fords for particular young men
I I are unquestionably par excel
lence in last finish and durabil
ity they will find merit in the
eyes of the most critical dresser
j I A low shoe with sriappv st vie I
I and with comfort thai
doesn
snap your temper for > 350 to
500
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L REfERENCES I
Continued from Page Five
JstUUKE YOUR SEATS EARLY
FOR ROBERT EDSONS GREAT
COLLEGE PLAY STRONGHEART
AT THE ORPHEUM ALL NEXT
WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY
NIGHT
If you cat cat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
The children should not miss it
Let the parents take them to Lagoon
on the 14th
Paul Lynde formerly In tho Union
Pacific superintendents office at
Ogden and later with tho Oregon
Short Line at Pocatello is In the city
on his way to Fresno California
where he will make his future home
Walt until the llth and enjoy a day
with the ladies of the Child Culture
club
V Anthracite thu best delivered in
good condition at 1000 per ton dur
ing June ShurtlIff Company
Phones 18
Go to Lagoon on the 14th with the I
Child Culture club
Scandinavian Reunion at Salt Lake
June 11th and 12th 110 round trip
o
via tho D R G Good returning
until June 15th
Superintendent W M Jeffcrs of the
Union Pacific and Superintendent T
Rowlands of the Southern Pacific
left on Inspection tours over their re
spective divisions this morning They
will probably bo gono two or three
days
Tho official train to the state on
1 campment of the G A R leaves Og
den at 9 n m on Saturday tho llth
over tho Bamberger line
110 to Salt Lake and return via tho
Denver Rio Grande Juno 11th and
12th account Scandinavian Reunion
Tickets good returning until Juno
15th
15thA
A tourist car containing fifty Maoris
will pass through Ogden tomorrow
morning en route from Now York to
San Francisco
The G A R official train ocr tho
JJamberger road Fare 100 the
I round trip Saturday llth Every
body Invited
COO horses marcs colts and mules
at auction sale Stock Yards June
J Hth
I
Millinery Sale Big reductions on
all trimmed hats Now midsummer
stocks W L Spurgeon Millinery
Co 2372 Washington
Vice President and General Man
ager W H Bancroft of the Oregon
Short Line will return from his east
ern business trip tomorrow morning
REMOVAL SALEA new street for I
Ogden forces us to vacate 0111 build
ing 339 24th GtrecU We must moo
before June 15th Our stock must
bo soldgreat reductions on every
I hat in the store La Mode Millinery
Wanted Young men to work In bol
I lllng department Decker Brewing
Malting Co
Two tourist earn occupied by sixty
six soldiers passed through Ogden
this morning en route to San Fran
cisco
3 and 6 Anthracite 1000 per ton
Delivered during June Puouea 119
Lewis Good Coal
Dentists at LagoonThe Utah State
Dental association Is holding Its an
nual session at Lagoon today Most
of the leading dentists arc attending
the outing
i mack leaf tobacco spray kills all
insects on Rose Fruit Shade Trees
and all vegetables at J G Read
Bros Co Harness Saddler Agents
Young DoctorWalter ViYialen
who has completed his studies and
has had hospital practice In Phila
delphia Is now a doctor In the full
HGOBO of the word He may practice
In Salt Lake City The young man in
said to have obtained his dcsrce with
high honors
Dr Condon will be out of thc city
until Juno 15
Caoe Under Advisement Thc case
of the City against fL Sakaml charg
I ed with assault and battery on John
Nash a boy sixteen years old was
1 rcsunlcd before Judge Murphy toduy
i The court took the case under ad
visement and will not render a decis
ion earlier than tomorrow morning
I Carpenters Union Thc differ
ences between the Carpenters union
nnd tho builders and I
of Ogden con
tractors have not yet been adjusted
g
I hut It Is anticipated that a definite
conclusion will be arrived at at a
meeting to be held this evening
The matter of arranging a scale that
Will be acceptable and fair to ull has
been considered nearly every evening
this week but It seems the question
Is rather a knotty one Jt Is stated
today though by both the carpen
ters and the contractors and build
ers that It Is almost certain that the
meeting tonight will decide upon a
definite course
Wanted Elevator boy Reed hotel
Pays 3400 fop Home Mary Mor
rleon has purchased tho Peter Ern
strom home of west Seventeenth
street for 3400
WANTED Clean white rasa at the
Standard
Buys Country HomeThe Johnston
farm at Huntavlllo 04 acros has been
sold to exMayor Anderson of Hunts
vllle for S000
Genuine Mexican Chili Con Came
at the Oxford cafe A T Woods
Prop
Marriage Licenses Marriage II
censes have been Issued at the of
fice of the county clerk to the follow
Inw William W Jones of Pocatello
I and Nellie E Hell oT Ogden Uay
aloud W Browning and Lucy Afton
Greenwell of Ogden
For SaleOld mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
From Idaho Falls Mrs G G
Wright of Idaho Falls Idaho Is In
the city visiting with her brother
Superintendent Joonph W Bailey oi
the Ogden Rapid Transit company
Reduced prices on all classes of
Millinery at removal sale of Stafford
Milllnary Co 3rd floor Wrights
Superintendent W L Wattls of the
Utah Construction left
company Og
den this morning for Oregon where
he will spend a number of days on
business connected with thc company
AJ1 kinds of coal 560 cash deliv
ered M L Jones Coal Co
Vlclted State Inotltutlonc Superin
tendent and Mrs E G Gowans of
tile State Industrial school have re
turned from a ten days visit to other
state Institutions They visited tho
stato penitentiary at Salt Lake the
State Mental hospital at Provo and
I the Agricultural college at Logan
VVMI Addrecs the StudcntsDr
George Mlddleton of Salt Lake will
address the students o the State In
dustrial school this evening His suh
Ject has not been announced but it IH
expected that he will give his ex
periences of a recent tour of Europe
Dr Cowans superintendent of the
State Industrial school addressed the
graduating high school class of Tooelo
last night
Addressed Betterment League
Joseph Peony addressed the Better
ment League at a meeting In the
court house last evening He con
demned saloons and Immoral houses
and advocated a campaign against
those places
The many friends of Dr John D
Carnahan will be pleased to learn that
he Is recovering from his recent Ill
ness During the past two days the
doctors condition bus greatly Im
proved Ho is also regaining his
strength
Dispute Over Royalties case that
Is of great Importance Is that of Nelllo
Bennett tStewart against James W
Pederson to recover onehalf the roy
alties upon a shotgun which was per
fected by Pederson and thc former
husband of the plaintiff According to
the plaintiffs allegations her former
husband and Pederson perfected and
Invented a pump gun which was
sold lo the Remington Arms company
for COOO and a royalty of 35 cents on
each gun The plaintiff alleges that
the defendant received the royalties
and never made any accounting of
them Tho hearing of tho case was
commenced In the district court be
fore Judge Howell this morning and
will probably occupy two days
MOBCS Morrison has purchased from
NIcvholls Perucca a 29acre farm at
Slatcrvlllc for 3000
Fred J Vanco of Plain City has pur
chased a home on Ogden avenue from
M Skoen the consideration being
2000 and will make his future home
In this city
Don Magulro has returned from an
extensive visit cast tie says he arranged
ranged for Important improvements
at his mines north of Ogden
Buys a HomeEnoch Madscu of
Idaho Falls has purchased a home of
Julia Parker at Five Points and intends
tends to make Ogden his home
Farm Purchased Moses Morrison
hums sold to Pcnecca Brothers of Rock
Springs Wyoming 220 acres of land
at KaueBvlfle for 15000
IRFNF IIITTRIM
I
The Girl of the Golden West
which is the offering at the Orpheiiru
this week continues to attract and
please largo audiences Thc scenic
nnd electrical effects used are better
ban any which have been produced
by a stock company In Ogden for a
long time Miss Irene Outtrim as
The Girl performs the part ad
mirably and Is becoming a popular
avorlto with the Orphcums patrons
Noel Travers Is another member of
he company worthy of special men
Ion His interpretation of the role
of Jack Ranco the sheriff is some
thing out of the ordinary and would
be hard to beat
The appreciation of tho people for
th companys efforts Is manifested
In tho steady Increase In thc num
b er of patrons during the last few
performances
FISHING SEASON CLOSES
WITHOUT DISTURBANCE
Victoria B C June tmAdvices re
cult d here today say the fishing
season in the Gulf of Pccliili closed
without any trouble arising between
the Japanese and Chinese warships
sent to the grounds the fishermen
completing their work under the pro
tection of the Japanese gunboats The
Chinese persist In regarding the Gulf
of Pechlll as territorial waters The
question Is being taken up bj Toklo
officials with tho Peking govern
ment
LOCOMOTIVE STRIKES FUNERAL
llavorstraw N Y Juno 3Four
worn killed and several seriously in
jured hero today when a locomotive
struck a coach returning fro ma fune
ral
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Of TIUS OTY
I The following message Is selfex
planatory
Washington June 9Wm
Gin I
manu Ogden Utah
Population of Ogden has not yet
been announced by thin ofllce
Signed IURAD
Census Director
Evidently tho Salt Lake Republican
misrepresented he source of Its In
formation when It said tho figures 01
Ogdens population were obtained in
Washington
I
STILL CtiN6S
TO15
FAITh
The former priest J S Ryan In
a communication to the Standard
answering thc question an to his pres
ent religious belief says
Editor Standard With regard in
tho great church established by
Christ In all Its primitive purity and
supenral splendor 1 have nothing lo
offer except the most profound re
spect and admiration There may ho
and thcro are some side Issues which
have crept Into the church since the
day of Christ and tho twelve apos
tles which I cannot mention Pei
haps It Is because I never thorough
ly comprehended them But I may
also add that side Issues do not de
tract from the Integrity of the whole
Of course there arc Issues in all
churches which cause turmoil from
time to time yet those Issues do not
destroy the organization Again
some men are strong minded enough
to do their own thinking and reason
Ing Others have people thing for
thorn I bellevo absolutely In the
infallibility of the church established
by Christ But I do honestly confess
that I cannot believe In the Infalli
bility of any mortal man I also ad
mit that here again I may be wrong
In all probability when great and
grand archbishops such as tho far
famed John Ireland of St Paul the
orudlc John Lancaster Spauldlng of
Peoria Jas E Quigley of Chicago
an dlast but not least the man whom
all love Cardinal Gibbons > when I
say such mon get a chance to sit In
Peters chair by the Tiber then in
all probability I may sec my way
to accept tho Infallibility in the hu
man clement I cannot see for time
life of me how It can be concentrat
ed in a certain race of people
With regard to the church as
founded by Christ and his twelve its
Infallibility Is as clear to mo as the
noonday sun In that church I was
born In that church I will live I
may hero mention by way of explan
ation that though I may not at pros
ant belong to tho body of the church
I do belong to Its soul In fine In
that church I will die
Signed J S RYAN
cJOCIETY 1
CHILD CULTURE CLUB
The ladles of the Child Culture club I
held their last meeting before ad
lournment for the summer at the I
home of Mrs Orson Riser on Tuesday I
afternoon An interesting program I
was given tho lending features being I
the debate on The Luxury of Chil II
dren and a paper Pure Food Mrs
H M Barrows and Mrs Kate S HII
lard very ably discussed the question i
Are Children a Luxury and many
forcible points on each side were i
brought out in the debate the ladies
of the club being much impressed by I
ho value of tho thoughts presented I
The paper on Pure Food by Mrs
Frances Kahn was an Interesting and
practical one and was much appreci
ated During the business session
matters of considerable importance
were presented the annual reports of J
the president and treasurer were read
showing very satisfactory results of
the years work It vas decided to
give an excursion to Lagoon next
Tuesday June 14 the proceeds of the I
da to be added to the fund for the I
hIgh school The ladles of the club I
lave decided to provide two casts
three friezes and an original picture
jy some well known Utah artist for
HIP art nollnrtlon of hn firhnf lnr
KSt work is being done by the club
ladles and in their efforts in the In
terests of the high school they hope
for the hearty cooperation of the pco
Ille The ladles consider that the art
collection at tho high school will be a
Benefit lo the whole community and
from that standpoint urge the patron
age of all Tho excursion day will also
be the fluid day for the club
BANQUET AT IDLEWILD
I
At 3 oclock this afternoon the rail
way mall clorks with their wives
sweethearts and friends loft on spe
cial cars for the Idlewlld resort In Og
don canyon Boat riding and various
other diversions will bo enjoyed until
j30 when a banquet will he given In
ho spacious Idlewlld dining room
Following the banquet M dance for
which an especially fine program has
been arranged will be given J C
LIlngt > lon and T C Wads worth ar
rangement committee have planned
for thu star event of the railway mall
clerks
LUCKY 13
The members of tho Lucky 13
club and guests were entertained at
the homo of Mrs R A Moyos yester
day afternoon Five hundred was In
dulged In Mrs W A McGnw Mrs T
H Davis ami Mrs Wm Douglas win
ning tho prlzos Tho rooms were prot
thy decorated with Juno roses and
other flowers and delicious refresh
ments were served tho Misses Eva
and Mabul Moves assisting In the ser
Ing Mrs P T Wright Mrs Wlllam
Douglas Mrs W Dn Brown and Miss
Ella Ballard were gursts of tug club
SURPRISE PARTY
Mrs S L Brick was pleasantly sur
prised by her lady friends on Tuesday
evening Five hundred was indulged
In Mrs Hamlet making the high
score
CLUB MEETING
At thc regular monthly meeting of
time Ogden Womens club at the resi
dence of Mrs Thomas Bradley Wed
nesday the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year
slclcntIrs Thomas Bradloy
VlcePrcsIdcnt Mrs George Prout
Secretary Mrs 0 Lemon
Trcasurer Mrs Arthur Jensen
After thc business meeting was ad
journed some music by Mrs Albert
Smith was enjoyed after which tIme
ladies were Invited Into the dining
room where n delicious luncheon was
enjo > cd by all
Tho club will moot with Mrs lean
Dimsmorc next month
Mr Charles Knudson of Brigham
was the guest of Dr and Mrs s L
Brick last Saturday
Mrs Gordon Lawrence left lol
Evanston Tuesday morning to join
Mr Lawrence whose headquarters
are at that point
The Missionary circle ot the Con
gregational church will meet at tho
parsonage at 3 oclock tomorrow aft
ernoon
Mrs J E Skinner of Valparaiso
lad and Mrs H J Larson and son
Edwin of Minneapolis Minn are the
guests of II A Sims at 2348 Jefferson
Doth Mrs Skinner and Mrs Larson
who was formerly Miss Leila Sklnnor
have made several previous visits to
Ogden and have many friends In the
I city
I The Child Culture club excursion to
Lagoon will be given over Iho Bam
berger line on Tuesday next Thc in
I dIes extend a cordial Invitation to tho
public
I
Mrs J H Hubbard of LaG rand
I
Oregon Is visiting with Mrs S P
Pierce No 2C71 Twentyninth street
I
Loulso Pierce will leave for Oregon
next Saturday
I
I Mr and Mrs II C McQuarrie and
daughter Mildred left for Denver
i Monday evening Mr McQuarrie will
spend one week of his vacation In
I Kansas visiting his mother and other I
relatives and Mrs McQuurrlo and
I daughter uill spend some time at Ida
ho Springs
Dr and Mrs S L Brick with Mn
Charles Knudson motored to Brig
ham Sunday morning where they
spent the day A trip to the can
yon and the cement plant was among
the pleasant features of the day
IIN POLICE COURT
Ira Stewart W A Stewart and J
Pearson wore arrested last exenlng
on the charge of trespass alleged to
have been committed In the Southern
Pacific railroad yards but they fail
ed to put In an appearance In court
this morning their ball In thc sum
of 5 each being declared forfeited
When Io Murphy was arraigned
for drunkenness alleged to have been
committed last night tho man stated
that he was guilty but that he would
like to explain that he Is subject to
periodical attacks of asthma at which
time he cannot resist the temptation
to drink a little excessively
The drunk ought to he worth 5 to
you said the judge give the mail
a fine of 5 or let him serve five days
In the city Jail Mr Clerk
Peter Knowles was charged with
tho offense of driving a horse and
buggy in a reckless furious and Im
moderate manner June 8th along
Wall avenue but when the case was
called this morning the defendant was
not In neither was there any ball
for his appearance
John Devlna was arrested last
evening on the chargo of drunken
ness nail at that time he furnished
ball In tho sum of 5 for his appear
ance In court this mourning When
his namo was called he did not re
spond and the ball was forfeited
OGDEN STUDENT
RECEIVES HONOR
I Of the large grauatlng class at the
I University of Utah in Salt Lake yes
terda Frank William Bccraft an
Ogden boy was distinctly honored
when President J T Ivlngsbury an
nounced that ho with Robert B Dai
Ion of Wlllard had been awarded the
Utah School of Mines fellowship
Nells Christian Christensen of Salt I
Luke whs awarded the Wall fellow
ship One of he meatures of the com
mencement exorcises held in the cot
logo gymnasium was tao conferring of
Ihn Aatrrrta nt llorlnf of laWS on
I Joseph L RawIIns former United
States Senator from Utah Governor
j Wllllab Spry delivered an elequent ad
dross to the graduating class
J
I mm Fin
Ifj SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKE Juno SThe Descret
News says Between 3000 nnd 40i j
people embracing not less than 1000
homes located on thc bench north of
Eighth avenue are crying for more
wator as for somo days past part of
each day the pipes are empty through
I out tho houses leaving not a drop of
water for lawn culinary baths and1
I othiT necessary purposes working a 1
hardship which those never subjected
to this condition of things can hardly 1
I understand ii
Accordingly a meeting of all Inter
ested hnu been called for Thcrsday at
730 p m at the office of the God
dard Investment company 50 South
I Main street where the matter will bo
I thoroughly discussed committees ap
pointed aud If possible the unpleasant
condition of things remodltd forth
with An attempt nan boon made by thc
fir 1 It
Tell officials to ameliorate the concH
I tons solnowhat by restricting tho liSt
of water for lawn purposes to real
dents south of Eighth avenue but this
has prood Incfrorlual as tho ftKuu
lion remains practically itgbttd as be
fore those restrictions wor iMBUdd It
s claimed that residents in tho re
stricted districts am falling to observe
tbo order bovo Eighth
avenue prop
ortv owners havo received similar no
Uccs limiting them to thc hours from
C to S oclock evenings hut during
those hours they declare there is no
waterIn the pipes not only for their
lawns but for household purposes as
well
wellThe
The nortj bench people also claim
priority right to tho high line water
for the reason that thoy put up a
bonus of 4riOO donated a reservoir
Rite and assisted in tho construction
of a main They think the recent act
of Superintendent Hobday In tapping
the upper maim In order to supply
Tenth South was to put It mildly
wrong and unustlfJablc
Then again the Jeopardy from Ire
In which this condition places the
residents of tho north bench is made
doubly hazardous tho recent act of
the watermaster In taking away tho
water
The gathering this evening prom
lImes to bo one of tho warmest gather
Ings of citizens mom bomo time
CHILDRENS DAY AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
The annual childrens day evorcls
os will bo given at 11 oclock Sun
day at tho cMthodlst church and will
consist of songs recitations and ex
ercises of Interest to all A class of
scholars from the Sunday school will
be received Into time church and sev
eral Infants will bo baptized The
church will bi decorated with flow
ers and beautiful canaries will add
their notes of praise Tho members
of tho school arc asked to bring
flowers either wild or cultivated by
3 oclock Saturday afternoon and au >
who arc willing to do so are asked
to bring tholr canary birds on Sunday
morning
INJURED ON PURPOSE
TO BEAT RAILROAD
SALT LAKE June SThe claims
department of the Short Line Is In
receipt of Intelligence that a suit for
damages against the Harriman lines
and time Denver Rio Grande for In
juries alleged to have been deceived
in the Ogden yards last winter was a
put up job and It is expected that tho
confession of the jobbers will be suf
ficient to have the caso thrown out of
Court says tho Desert Nows
IIt seems that a woman named
Maud Johnson has been traveling
around the country purposely Incur
ring Injuries on railroad properties
for which she promplty used tho com
panies Interested and in most cases
realized on her claims She was ar
rested some time ago by the Northern
Pacific people for working this game
and was taken to Seattle whore she I
was convicted and sent to thc state
prison at Vancouver During Impri
sonment Mrs Johnson has been seiz
ed with qualms of remorso and has
confessed She says she was the
agent of a gang of attorneys and
doctors who were sending women
about the country getting themselves
injured and then suing thc railroad
companies while the promosslonal
absorbed the bulk of the profits
While In the Ogden yards last win
ter Mrs Johnson now acknowledges
that she intentionally put her foot In
to one of timed steam boxes and did
scald her ankle on which she Im
mediately Rued for damages the casa
being still In the courts She tells
how one of her fellow conspirators
after being hurt would swallow a
red powder and then throw up thy
powder making the ejected matter re
semble blood It was not until the
stuff dried on her handkerchief and
was examined that the dogo was dis
covered
AUTO SKIDS I
GIRLS INJURED
SALT LAKE June SMlss Mario
Odell daughter of George T Odoll
manager of the Consolidated Wagon
Machine company was a sufferer
In an automobile accident last night
which resulted In her sustaining a se
verely wrenched ankle The accident
occurred alhost opposite the AHa club
on South Tomple street when an au
tomobile driven by Miss Vera Ed
wards and carrying Miss Odell and a
part of girl friends crashed Into iho
standing machine of Dr D M Lind
say
sayThe force of the collision throw
Miss Odell In such a way as to severe
ly sprain her right ankle but none of
tho other occupants of the car was
Injured Miss Odell was taken into
the Alta club where sho was attend
ed by Dr J F Crltchlow and later
removed to her home
Dr Lindsays auto it Is said was
left standing In tho shadows without a
rear lamp and In the darkness Miss
Edwards could not see tho machine
until too Into to avoid a collision
I FIGHT TO FINISH
FOR 100 SIDE BET
SALT LAKE Juno STony Arnold
tho hack driver Is the latest match
maker In a prizefight for a 100 side
bet between Kid Irish and Patsy
Smith Tho mon agreed to mako 136
pounds at ringside and tho fight Is
scheduled to go until one of the men
Is knocked out Tho date has not
been arranged and no place has been
secured to pull tho match off It is I
probable that Arnold who dOsircs to
I break Into the prizefight game with
the consent of County Attorney Job
P Lyou will attompt to have tho
slugging match come off In one of the
prizefight clubs In the city
The Salt Lake Athletic club has
Manned a program for Thursday
night Seven negroes arc to enter the
ring and fight a liun loyal Thc
last man to stand on his feet set tho
monoy Besides this there aro four
other bouts which will be pulled off
Were It poi f rllie fact that they
minded their neighbor business
many peoplp would have nothing lo
worry about
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i J ow
LZJ EInfd
6RAYJTYOf
AN OfFENSE
LESSENED
Tho preliminary hearing of Charles
J Van Ilorliort vns held In the mu
nlclpal court nnd ho ilofcndanl re
I leased It Is stated by the prosfrut
lag officers that Van Herbert will he
rearrested on the charge of a misde
meanor
In the original case the defendant
was charged with the embezzlement
of a diamond ring belonging to G IL
Wooloy valued at 75 hut the testl
mommy proved that tho ring was worth
only 540 rime value of the ring be f
ing loss than JO reduced the gravity
of the offense from a felony to a
misdemeanor the trial of which may
he had In the municipal court The
embezzlement of the ring Is alleged to
have been committed In this city but
Van Herbert was arrested In Sail
Lake and returned here for a hear
BINGAM ing HELD
TO HIGHER COURT
C BIngham was arraigned In the
municipal court this morning on the
charge of burglary In the third de
gree and upon waiving preliminary
hearing was placed under a bond of
500 for his appearance In the dis
trict court for trial Not belli able
to furnish tho bond tho man was re
romaudcd to the custody of tho sheriff
of the county
The complaint In tho case alleges
that on June 7th the defendant en
tered the residence of Mrs S H Cave
2202 Adams avenue this city and
stole a suit case filled with articles
of wearing apparel jewelry and other
things of thc value of about 100
COUNTRY HOME
IS DESTROYED
H W Marriott states that Monday
evening his bountiful home at Mar
riott burned to the ground The or
igin of the fire is a mystery
A bucket brigade made up of near
ly live hundred neighbors did splen I
did work In a aln endeavor to stop
the fire They succeeded saving I
other buildings near the residence
Mr Marriott estimates the loss at
about 2200 partly Insured He
states that he will begin the erection
of a now home
TAFT OFFENDS A
REPRESENTATIVE
Washington Juno Representa
tive Francis Harrison of New York
said today that he had received a re
buff at tho White Houso from Presi
dent Taft
In company with Representatives
Goldfogle his colleague and Kclll
her of Massachusetts Mr Harrison
escorted a delegation of Jewish rab
bis to the White House to talk with
tho president about using his good
offices In preventing the massacre of
Jews in Russia
After the party had waited some
time It is said Secretary Norton pri
vately Informed Mr Harrison that
the President declined to see him
There was a general disposition lo
connect the affair with Mr Harrisons
resolution Introduced in tho house
several weeks ago and later with
drawn calling on the attorney gene
ral for Information In regard to his
summary of thc Glavls charges
against Secretary Ballinger At thc
White House It was said a state
ment would be given out later
When I reached the WhIt House
with the delegation said Mr Har
rison I Informed Secretary Norton
that wo desired to see the President
The secretary went to the Presidents
private office and returned with tho
Information that the President could
not seC mo I then told Mr Norton
that 1 had made an appointment tn
days ago for tho delegation accom
panying me to see the President and
again Mr Norton conferred with the
President
When ho returned he Informed
me that the President would see tho
delegation accompanying mo but
would not sec mo
Mr Harrison Is n Democrat and Ib
serving his second term
RAGE HORSE IS
BASIS OF SUIT
The ownership of a specdv race
horse which has won a number of I
purses on local and Salt Lake tracks
known as Altonberg will bo de
termined in the district court when
an action began yesterday by C F
Dye against M B Arterbcrry Is j
heard
Dye claims the animal and says I
I that it Is In the possession of Arttr
berry at Salt Lake City Demand
was made for thy return of the racer
I on June 1 according to his com
plaint but the defendant refused to
release it Dye asks for tho return
01 tno animal or Its value which is
200 Damages in the sum of 25 for
the detention of thc animal is also
demanded
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QUAKE SHOCK CAUSES ALARM
REGGIO De Calabria June 8A
severo uudulalory shock was folt this
evening at Gallina This place was
greatly damaged by the earthquake
In lbs and the present disturbance
has caused great alarm I
PeoPlo may not know what theIr I
rights are but thny want them
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Few men have the courages to ad
mit that they arc cowards
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Removal Sale
Now is the time to buy a hat cheap We move to our new
store 2438 Wash Ave June 15th We remain in our present
quarters until that time
COME EARLYNOTHING RESERVED
LA MODE MILLINERY
339 24TH STREET
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
I H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier I
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Cashr
G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
i 0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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CHEERS GIVEN
NAME Of TAfT
MILWAUKEE WIs June S
Every mention of thc name of William
II Taft at the Republican state con I
vention here today provoked warm
cheers for the president Denuncia
tion for the Insurgents and commend
ation of thc National administrations
were keynotes of the speeches
The leading address of thc conven
tion was that by VicePresident Sher
man tonight when he urged party reg
ularity upon his hearers and rehears
ed the history of the party
The matter of naming candidates
for a state ticket probably will lie de
ferred and left for the primary elec
tion In September to decide
It scorns likely that the platform to
be presented tomorrow will deal en
timely with national Issues endorsing
President Taft and criticising Repub I
lican office holdiTs not In sympathy
with his policies
Gathered In the convention wero
several former artheirnts of United
States Seaatoi Lu Foil Ctll
HDERAt CENSUS
IN DIVORCE CASE
DENVER Colo Juno BThe gov
ermwnt census llgiiml in n divorce
trial hero today Mrs Etta M Green
was granted a divorce from Aubrey
S Green A detective employed by
Mrs Green testified that he engaged
a hotel room opposite to that oc
cupied by a suspected affinity He
heard some one knock at the door
and when It was finally opened Gre n
appeared he said partly dressed
I am the census taker the caller
said
IdI
I dont live here you have already
I
ready taken my name at another
place replied Green
Is anyone else here asked the
persistent census man I
After some hestitatlon the alleged
affinity came to the door and ar
ranged for the census taker to return
later I
Mr and Mrs Green came to Den
or from Oklahoma In 1001
ATTORNEY ASSAilS
SPOTS TESTIMONY
1
NEW YORK Juno SWith all time
evidence In the government summed
up today in the prosecution of Charles
R Helkc secretary of the American
Sugar Refining company Ernest W
Gerbracht superintendent of the Will
lamsburg docks of the company all
of whom are charged with complicity
In the weighing frauds uncovered by
Special Agent Richard Parr The case
It expected to go to the jury tomor
row afternoon
ntornoon
The testimony of Oliver Spitzer
was bitterly assailed by Clarence I
Lcxow counsel for Gerbracht
I regret more than any other om
cent In my life said Mr Lexow II
the fact that I was once counsel for
that thief scoundrel liar and double
d > ed vllllan i
UNIFORMS FOR
THE OGDEN BAND I
The Ogden City band i > to liavr
now uniforms and according to tin
present calcudations a series of Sun
day afternoon concerts will Ix given
as soon as the new togs arrive
The order was sent l < y Director 1
Arthur Agec yesterday for 12 new uni
forms The coats will be of a dark
u blue material with black trimmings J
I tnd gold thread shoulder straps Thi
trousers will be of a lighter shade of 1
I
blue with a heavy double gold strip 1
down the sam The hcadgoar will
consist of regulation caps bearing the
name Ogden over the vioe 1
The suits will cost HO which has
ben raised by popular subscription
among thc business men Aa a sliut
return it Is understood that th band
will give concerts in City Hal par j
eedy Sunday afternoon during tin I
bosean >
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