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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY JUNE 17 1910 5
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two ring No B9
Dell Phone two rln jsNO 66
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phono one rlnpNo CO
Bell Phono one ringNo GJ
a 1 RANDOM
S REfERENCES
t L H Carver who haa been uctln g
as desk sergeant at the police statlo
for several months bus accepted a pr
slllon with the Studebuker company
his place at the station being takci
by Patrolman Robert B Paine
Advertisers mum nav th e ire cope tor
t t > e Evening Standard the ovcnlnc be
fore the day on which the advertise
mont Is to appear tn order to insure
publication
Coming After His Family J M
Davis recently appointed general pu
pcrlntemlont of the northern district
of tho Southern PacIIlc company with
headquarters at Snn Francisco pass
ed through Ogden this morning en
route to Sat Lake City In private car
San Jose Ho will tako his family
back to San Francisco with him
Coal call ap Parker Co for
1 rat ox on lump nut and clack
MacMlllan Demurs H R MncMIl
Ian demurs for the firm of MacMlllac
and Henderson and denies each and
1 every allegation In the complaint
brought against the firm by Daniel
Durch In tho district court
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Call Allen pnonea 22 for carriages
for funerals and oporas Private cain
c specialty Also prompt delivery of
t fcaccauo 412 26th
t Supervisor C J Huddle of the Lcm
hi Idaho national forest Is in Ogden
for it few days detail work In the
home office of the forest service
Get your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Line tickets at the office In the
Opera House Block Dont force your
self to stand In line at tho Depot
Employing Clerks Charles L
Scribner Is stopping off In Ogden a
1 few days whllo on his way to McCall
I to take a clerkship in tho forest ser
I vice there He Is accompanied by
his wife and child District Forester
Sherman states that the employment
of clerks In the ofllces of tho various
forests has just been inaugurated and
that It Is expected to greatly add to
tho efficiency of the work of tho sup
crlBors Ten clerks have recently
been employed by tho government and
sent to the different forests of the
I western country Mr Scribner being
among the first to bo assigned to a
division
COAL Call up Parker r Co Tor
T > tC8 on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
District Engineer A T Michclson
has been called to Baker City Oregon
to confer with Engineer Herring re
garding railway rights of way and
water power projects in the Oregon
territory Mr Mltchelson will be
away from tho city about ten days or
two weeks
Kodak finishing TrVpp 340 25th
etrcot
G G Benlz assistant district fores
ter of the grazing department of the
forest service in Ogden will go to
Ely Nevada tomorrow to make Inves
tigations regarding the grazing situa
tion In that vicinity Mr Bentz docs
not expect to return before the first
of July
For SaleOM mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
Ed Braddlsh of Wells Nevada is
an Ogden visitor
ANTEDClcnn whllo rags at the
Standard
Continued on Page Seven
SCUOOl NOTES
The remodeling of the city school
buildings is progressing nicely under
the direction of tho building commit
tee of the city board of education and
Superintendent John M Mills
Miss Williams clerk of the board of
education Is now busily engaged pre
paring the annual school board report
It will be ready for publication by
July 10th The fiscal year of the
schools ends Juno 30
Superintendent Mills will attend the
convention of the National Educa
tional association at Boston from July
1 to 4 He will leave Ogden for the
cast In the course of a few days
LARGE AEROPLANE
Perth Amboy N J June 17 Ed
ward CleaT the aeronautic Impres
sarlo who brought Paulhan to Ameri
ca Is building an aeroplane seventy
two feet wide at n machine shop here
The big aoroplane Is designed to car
ry six passengers
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I STATE NEWS
CHilDREN IN A
DRUNKEN ORGIE
Boys and Girls Intoxicated Give An
Awful Exhibition at Saltair
Salt Lake June 17The Tribune
says
If there over was need of an off
clal of the Juvenile court at Saltali
that official was needed there Wed
nesday night Boys and girls In ai
Intoxicated condition and lost to all
sense of shame were on the pier reel
Ing and staggering through the crowd
of people Their conversation and
ribald gongs wore something awful
This lake resort Is under the Jude
diction of Salt Lalto county No at
tempt was made by deputy sheriffs
who are detailed at the resort to ar
rest any ono or stop the exhibition
of the drunken pcoplo there on Wed
nesday night
Happens at Other Times
And what happened Wednesday
night happens on other occasions
Beer and booze apparently can be had
by all and It is secured without dif
ficulty
A gentleman who came In on a
nte train Wednesday night declared
that the exhibit of drunken boys and
girls at Saltair was the worst that
he has ever seen and lit has boon
around tho world a great deal He
could not find words to express his
Indignation and said that If there
were officials there whose business It
was to preserve order and to sec that
liquors were not served to children
that those officials were derollct In
their duty for no attempt was made
to stop IL
Reputable people men women and
children were outraged beyond meas
ure at tho conduct of the drunken
boys and girls and declare they will
never again go to the resort unless
there Is a change In affairs
Insulted by Drunken Women
Thursday afternoon a well known
citizen who took some women friends
to the resort had his party Insulted by
drunken women at the resort In this
case he called an official he knew and
demanded that something he dono to
protect the party from the appeals of
a drunken woman His demand was
hcede and the woman was taken to
the train and brought into the city
and was sent home from the station
Saltair has been a great resort for
Salt Lake City but the methods In
voguo this year the fact that liquors
arc dispensed to young people In their
I teens as well as to those older has
so disgusted the people that they arc
staying away and the resort Is faIl
ing into disrepute
COOPS PUPilS IN
ARTISTIC REUTAL
Salt Lake June Representative
advanced pupils of Squire Coop ap
peared In a piano recital at the Salt
Lake theater Thursday night and scor
ed an artistic triumph that was an
honor to themselves and a credit to
their talented teacher
In the beginning It should be said
that the program contained nothing of
tho light frothy evanescent socalled
popular music Every number ren
dered was classic the work of a great
master one who knew and under
stood the last appeal to man the
cry of the Ideal So excellent and
comprehensive was the interpretation
of theso hip works by Prof Coops
pupils that It may truly be said they
ire near the professional class and
their future musical careers are as
sured of success
Miss Rachel Farley opened the re
cital with BaTIado Op 47 Chopin
showing splendid technique and a flue
comprehension of that dreamy com
posers wealth of melody
Miss Alberta y clfiht then played the
weird GenomenrelRon Liszt full
of suggestion of fairy lands Sho
gave It with a true poetic spirit and
with almost faultless execution
The Carnival Op 9 Schumann
gave Mine Ruth AVehslgr opportunity
to display great talent In sudden
transitions of thome and the whole
difficult composition was clearly and
firmly grasped by the artiste
Lester HlnchxlnVs offering was the
March Milllalro SchubcrtTauslg
His rendition proved that he had
caught the vibrant thrill and spirit
of this warlike classic
The Immortal Scherzo B flat mi
nor Chopin rendered by Miss Muudc
Ziemer proved the player capable of
bringing out the spirit speech and
passion that add to Its wealth of beau
trA
I A vocal solo Paula Ardita by
Miss Edith Kinssbury was one of
the oveniugsTjEfms and In the realm
of voice up to the high standard set
by the Instrumentalists
The playing of Rhapsody No 4
Liszt by Mrs1 A Forrarc could
havo been excelled orrVyy It would
seem by one who with natural gen
Ius had given years to the study of
the selection The tone pictures that
reflected the wildness of the compos
ers mood were admirably caught and
displayed
Tarantella Liszt full of fire
passion abandon and bordering on
the suggestion of mental unbalance
gave Miss LillkmAVrlght her oppor
be said
As a finale to thin great program
Miss Carrie Browning played Pas
aulnadoTGUtt5CTralkJoBoffy It wa
a fitting climax to a wonderful recit
al Miss Tiiowning has the temper
ntnont touch technique and breadth
that make tho great artists Salt
Lake and Ogden may well be proud
of those who received the plaudits of
the large audience
IMPORTANT ARREST
MADE BY POLICE
Tracy George Alleged Notorious Out
law Captured by Local
Force Friday
Salt Lake June 17Trac George
the alleged notorious negro outlaw and
leader of the TracyGeorge gang of
California was arrested by Patrolmen
Cleveland and Burton on Commercial
street this Friday morning at 213
oclock Ho Is suspected of being the
I man who fired one of the shots at
Patrolman Egbcrt In the American
house a few days ago when Patrol
man Egbert was struggling to over
power Frank Woods a cocainecrazed
negro who had shot J Allor
George was positively Identified by
John Stewart the bartender of tho
Lion bar as the men who attempted
to hold up that place a few nights I
ago and who when foiled In the at
tempt smashed out the plateglass
door In making his escape
George was seen on Commercial
street b > Patrolman Cleveland and
I followed to the corner of second
South and Main streets and then
back to Commercial street As he
ns about to start up Commercial
street Patrolman Cleveland called
Hello Tracy and the negro turned
and answered Hello As he did
o he looked In the revolver of Pa
trolman Cleveland who was Joined a
moment later by Patrolman Burton I
At the station George gave his namo
as George Carter
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SHERiffS VISIT
OGDEN TODAY
SALT LAKE CITY Utah Juno 16
The intermountain association of
sheriffs at a business session today
resolved to invite Into tho organiza
tion the sheriffs of Colorado Cali
fornia and Arizona Those ot Utah
Nevada Idaho Wyoming Montana
Washington and Oregon are already
affiliated Discussion today turned
upon the difficulties encountered by
sheriffs In securing official Interviews
with governors on extradition mat
ters President Sharp said that on
ono occasion ho had to pay an at
torney 25 to secure an audience with
the governor of Pennsylvania Mom
bora of tho association urgerl each I
other to he more prompt in answer
ing official letters Visits were made
by the delegation to the states prison
and tho new Salt Lake county jail
The following vice presidents were
elected
Montana K ORourke Silver
Dow count Idaho J A Bennett
I Ada county Oregon T S Taylor
Uirmtllla county Washington Mc
Pugh Spokano county Wyoming
Jonathan Jones Ulntah county
NevadaL G Clark Elko county
Utah M M Bush Toolo county
The sheriffs will inspect the Lucln
cutoff and the slate Industrial school
In this city
KARTM UNDER ARRtST
ON GRAVE GHARGf
SALT LAKE June lGM Karth
tho butcher who a week ago Monday
attempted tho murder of his wife
Eva Karth by shooting her and then
attempted selfdestruction by cutting
his throat will be placed under ar
rest this afternoon while he IB still
lying at St Marks hospital
When tho day after the almost
fatal tragedy It was believed Karth
would recover from his self innictod
wounds two complaints were Issued
against him one charging assault
with Intent to commit murder and
the second assault with a deadly
weapon
At the hospital It Is reported that
Karth Is now out of danger and pro
fessing favorably and that ho will
ho able to be removed from the hos
pital within a few days Tho war
ants for arrest have been held by
the police since their Issuance and
will be served today after which
ivarth will bo placed under guard un
til his removal from tho hospital
Mrs Karth the victim of her hus
bands maddened act left the hos
pital last week and returned to her
ionic on Edison street
SERVE SUMMONS
AFTER EiGHT MONTHS
SALT LAKE June lOAfter close
to eight months evasion of the ser
vice of a warrant for his arrest on a
charge of having assaulted his wife
with a deadly weapon Clifton II
Place was arraigned before Judge i
Bowman this morning After his pica I
of not guilty the tlmo for his prelim I
nary hearing was set for July 13 and
In default of ball he Is in the custody
of the sheriff
Place who la engaged In the Insur
ance business Is accused of having
threatened his wife Margaret E
Place with a revolver and also of
having fired a shot at her on the
light of September 25 1909 Place
Is said to have been under the Influ
ence of liquor al the time of tho row
and assault but before the complaint
was Issued he loft the city and did
not return until u little over a wcolc
ago When he was told by friends
that a warrant was still out against
him he went to the sheriffs ounce
yesterday and voluntarily gave him
self up
ATTEMPTING TO BRING PEACE
Chicago June 17 George W Per
kins of J P Morgan Co of Ucw
Yorlc was In Chicago yesterday re
newing his efforts to bring about
peace between the shippers and thy
railroads Mr Perkins also hold a
cimlerencc with a number of rail
roads
roadsHay1sH fJl i
HIth
Never Fails to Restore
Gray Hair Soils Natural
Color and Beauty
No matter how tong it has been gray
orfadcd Promotes a luxuriant growth
of healthy hair Stops its falling out
and positively removes Dan
drnif Keeps hair soft and glossy
Will not soil skin or linen Will not
injure your hair Is not a dye
1 and SOc bottles at drufiflfsts
Scud 3c for trea book ThcCaroof tbolUlrani
Skin lhllo 111 Spec Ca1hrra rkY J UsA
Hnyw Barilna Soap uooquau IOTtb
Complexion toUct and bath rouijhchapel
band Kccpreklaaueandktt2S druifLbu
REFUSE ALL s o tfuEJrhu
CULLEY DRUG CO 2479 WASH
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WM DRIVER SONS 2453 WASH
BADCONS PHARMACY 2421 WASH
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I SPORTS 1
SACRlf ICE HiT
NEEDS PRAC11CE I
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Sacrifice hitting Is an art acquired
perfectly only after months and
mouths of practice Bald Jimmy I
Sheckard of the Chicago Cubs recent i
ly to a Chicago critic No player
can walk out to the plato and lay I i
down a bunt which will advance an i
other runner unless ho has tried his
skill along that particular Hue nun I
circus of times The big leagues today
number more successful sacrifice hit
ters than In any previous season
AH this goes to show tho grow
ing tendency among managers to bol
ster uj the Inside forces of their
teams Many a ball game has been
won with the aid of a clean sacri
fice nudging a ruimor or possibly
two around the base lures In advance
of n heavy hitter who at the proper
moment comeS through with tho need
ed single
The champion long distance sacri
fice story comes out of the Southern
association Here It Ifl
It scents that there was a man on
first In a particularly close game and
the batter going to the plato was In
structed to lay down a bunt He put
a roller toward third the first base I
man was drawn In and the second
baseman rushed over to cover first
Tho third sacker picked up the bull
and pegged away to first Everybody
saw the ball on the wa
It hit the basemans glove and dis
appeared When the hunt for the
ball began the first runner was hug
ging second while the batter overran
first and stumbled and fell out In
right field Ho quickly arose re
touched first and sailed down to sec
ond and persuaded the other man to
hustle along ahead of him homo with
tho winning runs I
The fans and players thought the
ball was lost in tho grass and finally I
It was found In right field How It
got there was a m > story until tho
man who hit the bunt explained It
appeared that the ball bounded from
tho second basemans glove up un
der the runners arm as he sprinted
past the bag
The runner closed his arm down
tight kept on running gave a stage
fall out In right field and at the same
limo let the ball roll away from him
Thy right fielder wasnt wise to tho
Inside piny and no one woke up
until the hitter waked out to the
right field dug around In the high
grass and finally located tho ball
JOHNSON IN
MORE TROUBLE
SAN FRANCISCO June 1C Billy
Delaney tho veteran trainer and man
ager ofprize fighters took charge of
the Johnson camp tonight Delaney
arrived from Harbin Springs at noon
and went Immediately to tho ocean
beach to Join the champion In a con I
ference which was then In session
He declared that he had Joined the
negros forces as the result of an un
derstanding reached three weeks ago
when he was In San Francisco
Johnson appears to be In fine fet I
tle said Delaney after the fighter
had gone through his usual workout
in the afternoon before an audience
From now on I will be at the train
Ing camp and superintend Johnsons
work I can say for Johnson that he
Is ready and willing to fight at any
place whore tho fight will be held
I dout know what to think of Gov
ernor Gllletts action In stopping the
fight It appears to have been a sud
den move on his part as he had the
last six months In which to take the
action
George Little the champions for
mer manager stirred up further
trouble In the camp In the morning by
attaching the champions new automo
bile Tho attachment Is made to se
cure 2350 alleged to bo due Little
In spite of the worries of tho day
the champion seemed to be In good
spirits In tho afternoon and went
through his training routine with his
usual zest George Cotton was taken
on for four rounds of fast boxing and
Johnson delighted the fans by making
sport of his sparring partner
GOOD flNISHfS
AT lATONIA MEET
LATONIA June 1fiTherc were
plenty of closo finishes at Latonia to
day and a card hat promised little
In the first place gave the spectators
plenty of thrills The third race has
been expected to furnish one of the
good contests of tho day and it ful
filled the expectations
First race four and a half furlongs
Mary Day 2090 won H R
Brandt place 420 second Embel
lish show 43 third Time 54 15
Second race six furlongn Rico
I Grain 990 won White Eagle JGJO
second Major show 330 third
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Time 111 1C
I Third race six furlongsAlice
George 1670 won Barnesdalc
place 770 second Morrlck 310
third Time 112 35
Fourth race live furlongs Gov
nrnor Gray 3S90 won Labold 770
second Jack Denman 310 third
rime 100 25
Fifth race mllo and an eighth
Charles F Gralugor 1590 won Gil
vodcar 1160 second Solicitor
510 third Time 152 2T
Sixth race milo and an eighth I
Quagga won Nanette second Wolf
crton third Time 155
1lUt MOUSE IS
AGAIN WINNER
I OIIAVESBND Juno 1C lUsults
First race about six furlongs Fol
lie Levy 3 to6 won Horace E 3 to
mm f
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CONSOLIDATION
SA L E J
Beginning Saturday June 18th
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THE ROYCROFT STORE
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IA j A I Er filtcm
In Order to make room for the stock which must be moved from
Washington Avenue storeis compelled to
Cut Deep Into Prices
to induce you to help us reduce our stock and thereby add to our
space
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ALLYESALL EVERY ARTICLE j
will feel the keen edge of the axe The Price Reduelions
will Be Very Sharp We Are Compelled to Have
Room you may need the goods you certainly do need some of
themand these Bargains Should Not Escape You
Dont say EI Forgot It as this sale Positively Will Save
Yon a Lo of Cash
You Know the Store Yom Know the Proprietor
1Ii iItri oJJ aN El
Has He Ever Misrepresented Anything to You
Come 10 This Sale Come Early
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SATURDAY JUNE 18th
Sale Begins Promptly at 9 am
THE ROYCROFT STORE
358 Twentyfilth Street
S He BROWNE COJ Proprietors
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1 second John A Muuro 100 to 1
third rime IlO J5
Second race mile and an eighth
Ardrl I to 5 won Black Mate 9 to
2 occond St Joseph 12 to 1 third
Time 157 15
Third race mile and a sixteenth
Rcybouru 3 to 1 won Uncas Chief
1G to 1 second Martinez C to 2 I
third Time 149 26
Fourth race mile and an eighth
Ucaucoup 4 to 5 won Far West C
to 1 second Wine Mason 7 to 1
third Tlmo 1055 I
Fifth race about six furlongs Blue I
Mouse 4 to 5 won Hectagon 7 to 1
second Syzygy 8 to 1 third Time
112
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth
Shawnee 1G to 1 won Henry Mun
roe 5 to 1 second Master Uismorc
7 to I third Time 152 3D
GOLF CLUBS ARE
ftFUJHE IRCPHY
CHICAGO June 16Moro than
Mfed 1UiJ
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Get the
Original ana Genuine
HORLICKS I
MALTED MILK
t ml I mtaumJ u
vHiei4V n1Q
TheFo0 Drinkfor All Ages
RICH MLK MALT CRAM EXTRACT POWDER
Not in any Milk Trust
Insist on HORLICKS 1
Toko a package homo
Df4U fii abzro a
threescore clubs of tho Western Golf
I
association began competition today
on their respective links for tho Tom
Morris memorial trophy It is the
second annual tribute to the grand
old man of golf on tho anniversary
of his birth
Conditions governing play were the
same as those of last year except
for the elimination of half strokes
from the par figures According to
the new regulations par for holes
up to 215 yards Is 3 for 21C to iOU
4 from 401 to 675 yards 5 and from
57G and upward C
Each club was represented by
eight men playing 18 hoios against
I par of tho respective voursos
Play must bo llnlshed today regard
I less of the weather The trophy was
presented by Peter Dawson of Gins
j gow Scotland
I It will become the permanent prop
1rty of the club winning It five times
not necessarily In succession Tho
Denver Country club won It lost year
with a score of 16 down
fiGHTING SAMEr1
11 LOSAXGELES
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LOS ANGELES June QOn
twentyaflve round boxing coni Kt of
International impoitancb and ovcrul
minor events arc scheduled to take
placo In thus city between dow and
the and of September
Sum Langford and Tommy Burns
have tentatively agreed to meet fit
tho Vernon arena on Iabor t jay In a
twentyflvcround bout for a purse of
25000
Sandy Ferguson and Jim Barry will
fight ton rounds at thtt Uaul Junction
pavilion tomorrow night and Abe At
tcl and Owen Moran will meet In a
similar nodecision affair at the same
I place a week later
I These contests arc of the kind that
It UA I I lIlilUtalI 011
are brought off almost weekly within I
the city limits
I i The longer distance affair will take
place at Vernon where only the stao
I executive has authority to Interfere
I BOOKlfS HtWf
A GOOD DAY
SALT LAKE CITY June IGTo
favorites won aL Buena Vista today
but aside from these races tho play
ers had a bad day The victory of
I Albion H In the third at odds of 15
I to I cost the btolcmakora some
mono tho horse being played for a
good thing by many Edward SaylonI
of Denver today announced a thirteen
day mectng In coancftou with the
Colorado state fair and many of the
horsemen will ship to Denver Re
I sulfa
First rice six fu on id purse
j Lord Rodslnston 1 to 1 won Elder
18 to 1 xtcond Hel mOil Corona 7 to
i J third Time I l
i Second raN KX fuilongfi selling
j Platoon 9 to in won Bill Eaton 5
lo 2 second harry Stanhope 10 to 1
third Time 1I
j Third race seven furougR selling I
Albion 11 IS to I woe Emma G
I 9 to 10 second Bonnie Prince Char
lie 8 to I third Time 128 15 I
I Fourth race live and a half fur
longs selling Earlytlde 3 to 1 won
Arlonctto 4 to 5 second Balcconla
S to 1 third Tlmo 1OS
Fifth race six furlongs soiling
May Sutton 1 to 1 won Gosspper
11 2 to I second Nebraska Lass S
I
to 1 third Time 115 25
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth sell
I ing Duchess of Montobello 11 to 5
won Ncbulosus 13 to 5 second Cop
I pers 12 to 1 third Time 145
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MRS MORSE ESCAPES
A TRYING ORDEAL
New York June liIrs Charles
W Morse Is In Atlanta Ga where
her husband Is a federal prisoner be
cause she wished to be away from
New York when the auctioneer com
missioned to sell her household goods
valued at 300000 went to the Fifth
avenue home to make an Inventory of
everything In the house preparatorv
to the sale which will take place on
Juno 23 Many of these are treasures
collected by Mis Morsu and fror hus
band la Europe and America and have
sentimental as well as Intrinsic value
According to Mrs Morses friends the r
ordeal of showing them any assistance
In cataloguing them was more than
she coUld bring herself to face
GUATEMALA WILL ENFORCE
JUSTICE FOR AMERICANS
1
Washington Juno 17It seems cer
tain that the government of Guate
mala will do all in its power to pre
vent nn Injustice being done to Am
erican Vice Consul MncMaster who
was recently threatened with arrest
hy one of the courts at Cartagena
In connection with an affray with
some natives about a year ago Tho
state department has been Informed
that tbe Colombia government had
offered a change of venue in the case
the purpose being apparently to re
move It from Cartagena where th S
local feeling ran high against tho vice
consul to Santa Marta or Baranquil
la
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our appreci +
ation of the kindness and sympathy
of so many friends for the beautiful
floral offerings for the kind word
spoken and sweet songs sung and
for any and all assistance rendered
In tho sickness death and burial of
our beloved husband and father r
Mre Thomas G Thomas and Fam
ily
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