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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 13 1910 7
miTiff
Have Tin SHOW YOUdrop
In today and see underwear
Union suits and shirt and draw
Irs of balbriggnn lisle thread
silk mercerized lace mesh cross
bar muslin nainsook soisette
r silk and liner and lightweight
wool shades and combinations to
suit every one shorts and stouts
regular or athletic styles50
to 250 per garment
See our summer shirts loo
theyre all PEACHES of the
ripest finest kind 91 to 5
I
WatsonTanner
Clothing Co +
372 24th St
MULLERS
2582 WASH AVE
PAPER
HANGERS AND CLEANERS
PAINTING AND DECORAT
ING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Paint your residence now Tho
dry season Is the boot tlmo for out
side painting We guarantee our
work for 6 years
RANDOM
REfERENCES
Continued from Pngo Five
If you eat cat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
Graves of Trainmen Decorated
The memorial services of the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen Ogden
lodge No 08 were hold Sunday after
noon at 230 In the Odd Fellows hall
After tho services by the lodge and an
address by Rev J E Carver tho mem
bers were driven to tho cemeteries
where the graves of the departed
brothers were decorated with beauti
ful wreaths of flowers
B G Butter will please you of
course
A fire at Basin Wyo Sunday morn
Ing driven by a strong wind wiped
oul three business houses Loss SCQ
000
Lowest prices at removal sale Staf
ford Millinery Co 3rd floor Wrights
En Route to China Rev C W Mc
Kee n young Presbyterian minister
who has been assigned to Hunan Chi
na a field 1000 miles Inland spent
yesterday In Ogden participated In
the Sunday evening services in tho
First Presbyterian church
The children should not miss it
Let the parents lake them to Lagoon
on the 14th
morning u well appearing man hired a
tenm of creamcolored horses from
Wilsons Livery stable to return the
same that evening Nothing was heard
of team or driver until this morning
when It was learned that the team
had been exchanged at Tlbbets livery
of Farrnlngton for a horse chaps and
3rr Deputy Sheriff HutchIns depart
ed at an early hour to locate the
party In Salt Lake City
The tickets for the Child Culture
club excursion to Lagoon on the 1Hh
may bo obtained at WrIghts dry
goods store Dud onli pharmacy and
Culleys drug store
L J Thomas a stacIe man from Ma
lad Is registered at tho Arlington
Walt until the lath and enjoy a day
with the ladles of tho Child Culture
club
John Smuln of Rexburg Idaho is
In the city to attend tho funeral of
Ills oldtime Friend and business part
ner T C Thomas
Anthracite the best delivered in
good condition at 1000 per ton dur
ing June Shurtllff Company
Phones 18
The Pacific Ilotul Co Is to build
In the near future a modern brick
Ito house to take tho place of the old
and unserviceable wooden structure
Tho ladles will glvo you tho glad
hand at Lagoon on the 14th
The State Industrial school lUll
arranged a program for Flag Day to
morrow Patriotic exercises will be
given In the forenoon and In tho after
noon interesting athletic sports will
be had on tho campus
Millinery SaleI31g reductions on
nil trimmed hats Now midsummer
stocks W L Spurgeon Millinery
Co 2372 Washington
Chicken Case Ralph Harrison has I
filed a complaint against Albert Mal
an In tho municipal court charging I
him with permitting his chickens to I
run at large The ordinances of
the city prohibit the running at large I
of chickens and It also grants the
privilege to aggrieved persons to kill I
the chickens If they arc at large 1
But says time city attorney how
are yopu going to kill the chickens
without violating the ordlnanco prohibiting
pro
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Go to Lagoon on the 1lthwilJJ the
Child Culture club
League Teams Murray and the Oc
cidentals now lead tho state league
with Ogden and Salt Lake tied for
third place
Tho Plngreo National bank has
filed a complaint against Robert Me
Garland to recover ou u promissory
note amounting to SOO together wjth
attorneys fees and Interest tothe
amount of 30
3 and 5 Anthracite 1000 per ton
Delivered during June Phones UD
Lewis Good Coal
DelinquencYA complaint has been
flied against Clarence Wansgaard
aged 11 charging him with delln
fluency the misdemeanor being that
of fishing In holly Watch creak con
trary to law and the dignity of the
state
Dr Condon will bo out of the city
until Juno 16
Suit for 11850 A complaint has
been filed in tho district court by C
E Coulter vs Tho Utah Canning Co
and Herbert L HeiTington to recov
er fees for professional services
amounting to 11950
ANTEDCloa wnlto rags at tho
Standard
Marriage Licensee Marriage li
censes were Issued today to Arbund
A Pike of Park City and Bertha
Baync of Grangcvllle Idaho I
Genuine Mexican ChIlI Con Carne
at the Oxford cafe A T Woods
Prop
For SalcO11 mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard ounce
AJI kinds of coal GGO cash deliv
ered M L Jones Coal CoIN
6UOP UEADS
IN POLiCE
COURT
In Judge Murphys court this morn
lag Car Crosby charged with burg
larizing the Woodmansce rooming
house on Twentyfourth street May
25th waived the privilege of prelim
inary hearing and under the consent
of the county attorney lIe was held to
await the action of tho district court
his bond being fixed at 500 The com
plaint in the case alleges that Crosby
entered one of tho rooms of the Wood
manseo block and stole bedding
which he afterwards sold to one of
the secondhand stores of the city
The preliminary hearing of George
Stratton was held and the case tak
en under advisement His bond was
heretofore placed at 500
It Is stated In the complaint against
Stratton that on May CSth he en
tered the office of Dr Ingebrotson In
the Kccles building and stole 35 in
cash Ho afterwards spent part of
the money for clothing
The defendant denied having stolen
the money or that he entered the doc
tors office on the day In question but
that he came by the money with
which ho purchased clothes honestly
Both Stratton and Crosby are hop
heads
60ULD ROAD
IS AGAIN
DAMAGED
The wind storm on the lake Satur
day night again crippled the track
of tho Western Pacific company
around the south end of the lake
While the extent of the damage can
not be learned It Is stated that It is
such as to necessitate the dispatch
ing of a stock train over the line of
tho Southern Pacific
One report Is to the effect that four
miles of the roadbed of the Western
Pacific was undermined and part of
the ballast washed away and that It
will take several days to repair tho
damage
No damage was reported to have
been done on the Southern Pacific cut
off across the lake Owing to the fact
that slnco tho last storm on the lake
the roadbed on the fills has been rais
ed from two to five feet in places
tho cutoff Is undisturbed by the
waves
06DEN WINS
CONTEST
ELENA
By Associated Prcsa
Helena June 13Il is generally
conceded that tho annual convention
of the Drummers association will be
hold In Ogden in 1911 The claims
of that city were pushed so vigor
ously today at the convention meet
Ing hero that Boise and Billings re
tired from tho contest
HOLDUPS SHOOT DOWN
DEFENSELESS JAPANESE
Continued from Page Six
this man was tho lookout who had
been scared away from the scene of
the holdup by the shooting
Mrs Mary Larsen who lives In the
same building says she heard some
one climb down from the roof leading
to the boys window at about 4 oclock
I
and that she Is certain that neither
sho nor tho boy can possibly be mis I
taken In tho matter Mrs Larson also
states that at about 1 oclock in the I
morning sho saw a man run across
the lot from tho Mission house to a
point within a few feet of her win
dow and thoro hide behind a clump
of shrubbery From ills hiding
place he stepped to the pavement
and after looking in different direc
tions for a moment ran as fast as
ho could toward Twenty second street I
along Grant avenue Ho wan rathor
tall wearing dark clothes and n white
hut
AUTO RECOVERED
BODIES MISSING
PORTLAND Ore Juno 12The
wreck of tho automobile which went J
1r
Into tho Columbia rlvor Friday night r
at tho entrance of a truss brltkrn on
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Tickets With a J ri l t Next Wednesday the >
Dollar v
Auto Awarded
Ii AGOOD YO rRADE l
A rlimely Suit Sale Began i
Today 25 Linen uits the Last Models
495
to Arnve AU at
The most wanted article in the line of Ladies
ReadytoWear Garments to day is the linen suit Swell elegantcool
r r comfortablenot a day old in styleeconomical beyond all materials
These are the suits we offer tomorrow at near a half We will sell any
4J of the 9o stock at just half Please note that each suit is a new onejust here they repre
sent the last word from the fashion makers Here is a word of description
t 1 The materials are of pure Irish Linen and French Ramie Colors are
rer p Natural Repp Oyster Champagne Hclio White Dutch Blue Old Rose The coats are
tT 34 nnd 30 inches longthe skirts are made in the newest styles The collars and cuffs arc of contrasting colors neatly i
ifat li r set in Toil nmvsce these suits m the corner WIndow e r
9j
q or Final Oxford Sale SU ltiRoFCUR T Alt S 1 1
1 ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED
7 5It
The strongest argument for this
Y 1 Heres a remarkable sale for two curtain sale is the price reduction
I i c4 reasons that the stock represents the the selling begins on tomorrow in the
c 4F newest of the best makesthat the basement
oxford season is just beginning
NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS RUCAISSAINE
r See llicm today or any day during the week weve men 300 Curtains r r 1 198 875 Curtains 525
i tioned only the four prices but every pnir of oxfords in tho 200 Curtains US 160 Curtains 27S
t j store is now cheaper 10 Curtains r r r nS CLUNY
3JO Curtains GS i
A N 1 tt Mens Tan and Black Oxfords 275 Curt n ins 1S9 JOO Curtains 378 i
1 h t including Walkovers v 2 6 5 200 Curtains 138 1250 Curliiins GDS
y sM00 Values r J W e 275 Curtains LSD 3150 Curtains G7S
I Ladies Sonic excellent styles CURTAINS GOO Curtains JAB
NET BRAID CURTAINS
anti good values worth 2 6 5
c 350 for f ° 4 7f Curtains 280 COLORS
r i BoysA GOO Curtains JUS ti S50 Curtains 498
i Boys variety of thl values which 200 Sl1rtll
sell ordinarily at 200 1 i5 700 Curtains 393 GaO Cur Ii ins 37S
Obi and r 225 e 1000 Curtains 59S 700 Curtains 398
x 1200 Curtains G4S 800 Curtains 49S
I lcn 1 Irs Oxfords which have been in the fb J fr I
j fi50 Curtains 37S
stove since last season perhaps 1 0 0 3400 Curtains 79S ECRU AND CREAM
two seasons 375 Curtains
rrf y50 Curtains 227 lIrtll 248
500 Curtains 348
VVrigIitsShoeDepartnient 850 Curtains IRISH POINT 498 900 GOO Curtains Curtains r 535 3GS
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COOL KNIT UNDERWEAR AT SMALLER PRICES
An exceptional value o Ladies low neck nosleeve
Children Knit Waists 2 Sizes 2 r 42c
1 nlt 8
ren s J n alsts IZCS to years C
in a light ladies vests 25c value 2
vest ° 1 0 C to 13 years two for 25c Sizes 8 to 14 years 52c two for 3 5 C
1
V 1e MIS
z
HH elevated roadway between Port
land and the Oregon landing of the
Vancouver Washington ferry was
recovered today
Tho speedmeter which had locked
at sixty miles an hour on the front
axle was bent under the car at al
most right angles with the body tho
crushed buck of tho tonnoau and the
shreds that remain of hood tell the
crash that hurled Mrs Mabol Monte
of Vancouver and Frisco Day to their
death
Neither of the bodies was recov
ered and It was not until late today
that It appeared practically beyond
question that Day and Mrs Monto
wore tho only occupants of the car
A singular incident in connection
with tho death of Mrs Monto Is a
visit paid her former husband In Port
and the day of tho accident Sho
told him sho had nothing to live for
and saying that he would never see
her again naked that she be burled
beside their baby
I
do GlEn
MARRIED SATURDAY EVENING
Saturday evening at the homo of
Mr and Sire J H Knauas the mar
riage of their daughter Mabel to C
E Ganzko was solemnized by Ro
W W Fleetwood of the Episcopal
church Only Immediate relatives of
the families of tho contracting part
ies were present Miss Knauss Is
well ltnown In Ogden where sho has
resided for many years For the past
two years site has been an Instructor
of the blind In the State School for
tho Deaf and Blind Ganske Is a pop
ular employe of the Pullman company
at Ogden Ho Is the assistant district
agent of the company and Is well
known as a genial employe with n leg
Ion of friends among the boys who
are now sending congratulations to
the happy couple
TEACHERS ENTERTAINED
The presidency of tho Relief soci
ety of the Sixth ward entertained the
teachers of that organization nt the
Sixth ward meeting house last Wed
nesday afternoon An excellent pro
gram was rendered songs Instrument
al music recitations and short speech
es being much enjoyed A tempting
luncheon was served and a delight
ful social hour followed Congratula
tions wero offered to the officers who
had so well planned the pleasant af
fair
Many friends of the Child Culture
club are preparing for tho outing at
Lagoon tomorrow
Mrs Emma Kelly of New York ar
rived on the Overland Limited Satur
mow T r 7 ry
day afternoon She will make an
extended visit with her son W A
Kelly i
Miss Lila Eccles Is visiting In Salt
Lake City
Commencement at Sacred Heart
will be celebrated next week The
Junior class exercises begin at 10
oclock next Tuesday morning
Miss Gorturde Graushaw formerly
of London but now residing Iu Ogdon
left this morning for a two weeks
visit with friends in Idaho
W n Brown who has been attend
ing the University of Illinois for two
years has returned to his home in
Ogden
Mr and Mrs Georgo W Rowley un
nbunco the engagement of theIr
daughter AHa to B S Beck of Salt
Lake The wedding will take place
at tho brides home 2113 Grant aver
nuo June 22
Mr Walter AKerr leaves this
week for Mexico whero he will do ad
vance work in Spanish during the
summer months
COUNTY lEAGUE
The result of the county league ball
games Saturday was as follows Hoo
per 6 Plain City 12 at Ogdon Fair
grounds Huntavllle 7 North Og
den S at North Qgden Liberty G
Eden 7 at Eden
The standing of the teams today
Is
Plain CltLost none won G
North Ofiden Ix > st 1 won 4
Hooper Lost 4 won 1
Llterty Lost 3 won 2
denLoJl 3 won 2
Huntsvlllo Lost 4 won 1
OVER SIX HUNDRED
SMALLPOX DEATHS
EL PASO Texas June 12An
epidemic of smallpox bus boon raging
in the district of Ozumbla northern
Llhuahun Mexico for nevcrnl months
and tho people have been dying by
tho hundreds This has been known I
for some time but thu extent of the
epidemic was not Known until todoy
when the people made nn appeal to
the government at Mexico City for
medical officers and soldiers to en
force quarantine laws H was stated
I In the anneal that thy civil register
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of Ozumbla shows GOO deaths from
the disease in six months
The Mormon colonies are located
in this region but not u single Mor
mon has died showing the results of
proper treatment and sanitation for
many Mormons have had the disease
during tho epldunlc
LIGHTNING KillS
EXCURSIONISTS
BERLIN June 12Slx persons
wore Hilled seventeen severely and
eighty slightly Injured by lightning
I that struck among a party of excur
elonlsts tonight The excursionists
had taken shelter In an Ironfenced
building In the Jungfernholde from
the most violent thundrcstorm ex
perienced In Berlin for many years
Many telegraph and telephone wires
were leveled and many homos dam
aged
BRESLAU June 12Seon deaths
occurred from lightning here today
which brings the total fatalities In
tho provinces of Silesia up to eighteen
In three days
BLOODHOUNDS
TRACK CONVICT
SAN LUIS OBISPO Calif June 12
After a nine day chase over a troll
tracked by blopdhounds John Hod
nett an xconvlct who escaped from
tho county Jail June 3 was captured
today Iu Santiago Calif 65 miles
from Bakersfield
llodnott escaped from Jail In com
pany with John Harrison another ex
convict with whom he was being held
awaiting trial for the shooting of
Policeman John RUde ofPaSo RObes
OFFICER KILED
I MAKING ARREST I
LAHAM1R Wy tj Tub 12 John 1
Johnson a policeman VIIA fatnlly shot
here early today while In the Custer
hotel cafe Ho tiled tonight C E I
Ycagor manager of thu cafe who I
was arrested immediately after the
Ta
shooting Is In Jail hero and lynching
I is threatened The cafo was closed
late yesterday on an attachment for
debt About midnight Ycaker en
tered It and drawing a recover
threatened to kill Constable Wallace
who was In charge Johnson was
summoned by telephone and was shot
down as he entered the door Two
shots Bred by Yeager at men who
sought to overpower him went wild
CHORUS GIRLS
SKULL CRUSHED
INDIANAPOLIS Ind June 12in
the wreck of an autombblle north of
this city today Lonnle Alberts of
Plttsburg a chorus girl was Instantly
killed The car containing a party
of five plunged Into a ditch and Miss
Alberts was pinned under IL Her
companions were only slightly
bruised The young womans skull
was crushed and she was dead when
I the others of he party took her body
from under the car The car was
driven by Frank Clemens an auto
mobile salesman
I
New York June 13Tho latest re
form document of Popo Plus X as In
I terpreted in the Ecclesiastical Re
view tho official organ of the Cath
olic clergy in this country will do
away with the existing practice of
collecting a fee at church doors at ser I
vice in this country and others The I
popo has also demanded a report
from tho bishops of tho zeal with
which priests answer sick calls and
whether thoy shirk confessional or
other duties
INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PAY
SAN FRANCISCO June 12Artcr
4S hours deliberation a Jury In the
United States circuit court reached
a verdict giving a judmont of 25S I
41C to sixtyone claimants against j
three insurance companies that I
sough to escape payment on 15 poli
cies held by property owners who
I lost heavily In the fire on April 18 I
I IUDS A legal interest of S5GC1C Is
added to this amount The defend
ants are the Commercial Union As I
surance company Alliance insurance
company and Palatine Insurance com
pany
ESTRADAS NEW REPUBLIC
NEW ORLEANS Juno 12Atter I
Issuing a proclamation setting up the I
I
Independence of an cast coast repub
lic in Nicaragua General Estrada the
Insurgent leader has dcllnilely fixed
I the boundary of this division accord
Ing to tho last edition of the Blue
fields American here today Tho
American Is Estradas official paper
The bounds of the proclaimed repub
lic extend the entire length of Nica
ragua north and south and from the
Caribbean sea to the Solh meridian
This would practically divide Nica
ragua in half
CORPORATION TAX RECEIPTS
WASHINGTON June 12lorc
than a million dollars has boon paid
into the treasury this year on account
of tho corporation tax Twentyseven
million dollars liavo been levied i
against tho corporations of the coun
try Tho tax Is payable on or before
June 30
I
I Ogden Theater I
One night only 1I
THURSDAY JUNE 16
A JLJLJ JLC3PJLyTL JL eJP U l il Ai JL J >
MARGARET
ANGLIN
IN HER SUCCESSFUL PLAY
The Awakening of Helena Richie
Adapted from Margaret Delands Novel
v O By Charlotte Thompson
LOUIS NETHERSOLE MANAGER
SEATS NOW SELLING

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