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I p 1i t i THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY v jj 26 1910 7
RANDOM
R fERE CES
Continued from Pago Five
f I
If you ct oat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
I
Funeral for Edith Schlageter Tho
funeral sorvlcoa for Edith Schlagotor
fouryearold daughter of Mr and
Mrs Fred R Schlapctor former resi I
dents of Ogden will bo bold aL ho
I family residence 609 East Third
J South street Salt Lako City at 3
oclock tomorrow aftomQOn tho Rev
Perkins of tho Episcopal church pre
siding Interment will take place In
3IL OHvot ccmotcry
1 The Jlellof societies of the south
Wobor stnko will hold their annual
outing at Lagoon Thursday Juno 30
Thero will be n program In tho after
noon and amusements furnished by
tho various associations and a gene
ral sod timo Is assured all who at
tend Tickets on sale at depoti cor
ner of Llncoli and Twontjfifth
Frsh eggs doz 25c Smith I
Grocery
Back from Uruveralty George G
lloyes Jws returned from Northwest
ern university Where hp Is complot
lag his medical studies With the
completion of qomlng years course
he will rccolvo his degree and enter
upon tho practice of medicine Ho
is the son of Win Moyes 21S Twenty
sixth street
There Is no chance to get the worst
of It In buying B G Butter
WlrelcGG Telegraphy Tbo Union
i Pacific Is BOOH to use tho wireloss
r telegraphy In Its regular work Two
I stations are being equipped one at
Cheyenne Wyo and tho other at
Sidney 103ml1os distant between
t which teats may be made as to wheth
r er wireless will do the same commor
I clal work as wire and It IB proposed
that experiments bo mado In sending
messages to trains For four years
tho Union Pacific has had Mr Mill
iner experimenting with the wireless
In hIs laboratory at Omaha Neb Mr
Milliner Is u physician as well as an
electrician but ho has dropped his
title for tho present to perfect his
work for cojnmorclal use
H P Flour sack 130 SniJth
Grocery
Cabinet Offlc Secretary of War
Dickinson of President Tafts cabinet
accompanied by General Clarence R
Edwards of tho war department and
the members his family will pass
tnrough Ogden this afternoon
on a tour of tho world Tho party
Is going direct to San Francisco from
which port they sail within tho next
few days
HcatonKlrkcndall Undertaking Co
Lady attendant Both Phonos 1GO
Young Theodore Roosovolt and his
bride arc expected to roach Ogden
this evening on their way to tho
coast
All tickets on Hooslor Kitchen
Cabinets to be given away by C J
Herrick Co should bo presented on
or before June 29th 1910
Judge Out of Town Judge Murphy
being out of the city today the muni
cipal court was not In session this
morning Tho offenders placed in
Jail last night cannot be heard until
his return
COAL Call up Parker Co tor
riles on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Head of Grazing S F Knelpp of
tho grazing department of tho nation
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EYES
DO NOT GIVE UP THEIR
SECRETS EASILY
I have been a practicing
optician in Utah for 20
years and if your eyes arc
giving you tho least an
noyance I will tell you
the secret
Examinations free
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INICIERBOCKER
OPTICIAN
WITH CRESCENT JEW
ELRY CO
2463 Washington Ave
Cheap Summer
Excursions
via
DR G
Denver return 2250
Kansas City return4000
Omaha r turn 54000
St Louis return 4900
St Paul return 5200 I
Chicago return 5500 I
Tickets on sale Juno 4 11 18 27
July 7 20 August 4 September 11
and 23rd Good returning until
October 31st
For further Information call on
C A Henry Ticket Agent Union
Depot or F Foul Passenger Ag
ent Phones 101 and 11G
MITCHELL BROS
Great Sale of Monumental Work
pay no attention to lying ml
reproBcnlntlonn from our com
petitors and do not pay big
commissions to agents but BOO
da we can eavo you money
Yards 2003 Jefferson
Dnnderine iorkcdnfer ltproduc
hair Just 15 60rfllJ IUI rain
tod innshlno false crops produces n thick
lItolftb of larvilant hair trben iJl otnoi remo >
EowtU
cafallWe fuarinteo Dandorlno All drug
E < iU ipU It ws MO and U per bottle TO
PlOT IU worth tend this ad wllb lOc lo ftUropt I
97 tUTu sod TT e Till mall you a large In
fcSplf UOWLTON DANDJruINE CO I
r1
k 1 oUIt
aI forest servIce With headquarters at
Washington D cns inthe city for
a row
office das Inspecting the grazing
oC this plstrlcL The gentle
man Is making a tour of tho western
country having como from Portland
here Mr ncJPp states that so far
he has r
found things
In eood condition
anti th ° grazing lands throughout the
Country are looking CIne except that
In some i
localities the drouth Is burn
Ing up seine of thu grass CatUe and
sheep ho says arc looking fino all
over the country
Kodak fobbing Ttlpp 340 2Gth
Etroet
Social Event Mm Thomas WI1
hams 1929 Washington avenue de
llBhtfully entertained at a lawzj party
Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs
LIpplncotL
For SlcOII1 mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
Depart for Europe David Eccles
and daughter left today for a three
months tour of Europe
3 and C Anthracite 1000 per ton
Delivered during Juno Phones 119
Lewis Good Coal
Not Improving card from Sec
retary I L Reynolds of tho Weber
club suites that he Is at St Joseph
Missouri and that his health Is not
Improved The change of climate
does not scorn to bring him the relief
he anticipated
Lowest prices at removal sale Staf
ford Millinery Co 3rd Jloor Wrights
Sunday ClosingCity Recorder Carl
Allleon has handed the chief of police
a list of grocery and fruit nlcalers of
lower Twentyfifth street against
whom complaints have been made
that they arc conducting business on
Sunday and the chief has notified
them that they must not violate tho
Sunday closing ordinances It Is ex
pected that all violators of the lawi
will bo arrested The closing Is sup
poed to be the result of the cam
paign started against the clothing
merchants on Twentyfifth street
Hear Dr W F Stewart at Baptist
Church Juno 29 Subject hitched
to a Star
cJOCIETY
Continued from rage Three
KUHLMAN VAN SWEDEN
1 Among tho many popular young
people united In wedlock during tho
rare Juno days of 1910 are P J Van
Zweden and Magdalene Kuhlman
whoso marriage was solemnized In
Salt Lake temple Wednesday Juno
22 Elder Anthon H Lund officiating
in the ceremony Following the wed
ding ceremony a luncheon perfect
In detail was served In honor of tho
bride and groom at the homo of tho
grooms brother Carl Van Zwoden
22G north West Temple street Mr
and Mrs Van Zweden were accom
panied by Miss Edith Van Zweden
On their return to Ogden at 9111 p
in a splendid reception was given
them at tho home or the brides moth
er Mrs Louisa Kuhlman A largo
gathering of friends and relatives
awaited their homecoming and many
beautiful gifts with congratulations
and messages of love and best wish
es were received The dining room
was beautifully decorated for the oc
casion the tables presenting a de
lightful Scene with their profusion of
flowers and ferns garlands of forns
roses and lilies suspended from the
ceiling and dainty arrangojnont of sil
ver and fine china An elaborate
wedding uppor was served the
dainty and unique place cards being
a pretty feature Toasts to the newly
wedded couple social chat and gay
roparte were enjoyed
Mr Van Zweden Is a popular om
ployo of Wright Bros and enjoys tho
esteem of all who know him
Mr and Mrs Van Zwcdon will be
at homo at 365 Adams avenue
where they will greet their many
friends
DINNER PARTY
Mrs B A West gave one of her
beautifully arranged dinners yesterday
day afternoon at her home In honor
of her aunt Mrs C P Ferrln of La
Grande Oregon a number of her rel
atives being Invited rho largo
round table in the dining room was
unusually attractive with a large
bouquet or pink and whlto carnations
suspended from the chandelier
The honor guests present wero
Mrs C P Ferrin of La Grande Ore
Mr and Mrs Simeon Farley Mr and
Mrs Charles Marriott Mrs Evyln
West Mr and Mrs Irl West Mrs
Paul Webb of Ely Nevada Mrs
Jennie Gibson Wm Farley and B A
West
Tho Womens Missionary Society I
of the Methodist church will be en I
tertained by Mrs A E Weatherby
683 Twentysixth street This IB the
last meeting before the summer ad
journment Yearly reports of the of
ficers will be given and plans laid
for the fall work aftor which a so
cial hour will be enjoyed on the hos
tess spacious lawn All ladles of the
cnurch whether members or not are
cordially invited to attend
SULLIVAN IS IMPRESSED
WITH JOHNSONS CONDITION
Runo Nev Juno26BoLh Jeffries
and Johnson wero busy this morning
JeffriQB had a session of ropeskip I
ping shadow boxing and bag punch I
ing but until his outdoor platform Is
padded and covered with canvas he
will do no sparring
While shadow boxing today Jeffries
filiuped on the Insecure flooring and
fell to his knees No Inury was sus
tained by the fighter but tho accident
alarmed his trainers and they begged
him to keep off the platform until It
had been put In proper tlm
Johnson took a slxmllo run 8n
proludo to heavy training work In
Reno Tho champion was weighed
whon lie came In from the road and
his poundage was announced as 210t
a loss of throo pounds In the last four
or five days
Accompanied by Tom Flanagan and
his manager John L Sullivan mo
tored out to Johnsons camp this
morning and hnd a long chat with
the big negro Jack gave John L a
cordial reception and tho veteran ap
peared to be much Impressed with
the champions appearance Sullivan
then returned to hIs hotel hut a few
minutes later ho was again whirled
away and It won reported that his
destination was Jeffries camp at
Moana Springs
1AD THE CLASSIFIED PAGE
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IN SAN TAU AN
N PADDED CELt
Taken From an Eastbound Passenger Train by the County Officers
Ho Became Suddenly Violent on Crossing
the Sierra Novada Mountains
Qrcstq Caralle an Italian wag
token from an eastbound train by the
city officers this morning In an ex
tremoly demented condition He was
placed In tho padded cell In the coun
ty Jail
The man was on his way to Italy
from Son Francisco but he became
so furious that the trainmen had to
call the assistance of tho officers to
take caro of him
When the olllccrs arrived at the
train the Italian vms tied securely to
one of tho scats In the car Ills fel
low Italians wore frightened nearly
out of their wits because of his ac
tions and none of them could be In
duced to remain In the city and help
take care of tho man
U was stated by the trnlnuiun that
the fellow became suddenly Insane
soon aftor crossing the Sierra Nom
das this morning and grew so violent
that It was necessary to tic him with
ropes to his set In the car At one
A dead Chinarfian Wong Toy was
found this morning in tho TJtahna
park immediately east of the Ogden
theater building by a Greek laborer
Tom Agaras The Greek was fright
ened when ho camo across tho China
man In tho grovo and ho hurriedly
called a boy to run to the police sta I
tion
The dead man was lying under a
large cottonwood true and accord I
lug to all appearances bad met a i
peaceful death Thero were no evi
dences of n struggle and the body
showed no marks of violence It is
thought that the man committed sui
cide by taking a drug A small bot
tle what appeared to be
vinegar was found by blEjoldo and a I
broken vessel apparently a Chinese
dish was lying near tIm body tho I
Chinese who saw it stating that it Is
very likely that It contained hop I
Dr Pidcock after making a brief
examination of the body stated that
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ho thought tho man had boon dead
at least two days The body wag ly
ing squarely upon the back and had
ROBBED OF
HIS LAST
DOLLAR
Victor Holt of Hanna Wyoming
ran amuck in the city last evening
and found hlmsolf this morning with
out a cent and an awful tired feel
Ing
Much whiskey had a groat deal to
do with the undoing of tho man In
fact had ho not Imbibed too freely
he would hare had his money this
morning and might have enjoyed his
breakfast
Mr Holt camo to the city yester
day with something over 203 In his
pockets his net earnings of a few
months as a steamshovcl operator
Soon aftor arriving in the city he
bought himself new clothes took a
bath and then proceeded to have a
little holiday
He exhibited money at different
places around town and it was not
long until he had bosom companions
They dealrod to makq his day of fOB
tlvlty In Ogden one long to be re
membered which they admirably I
succeeded In doing
Victor does not remember much of
anything that happened In the after
noon and be was considerably be
wildered this morning whon he turn
ed over In his bunk in tho ladysward
of the city bastllo
A crowd of children at play near
the corner of Lincoln avenue and
Twentythird street early In tho oven
ing stated that they saw two mon
a white man and a colored one ac
company Mr Holt tQ a vacant lot and
leave him taking his grip with thorn
Word was sent to tho police station
and the officers were sent after tho
man When they found him hQ was
drunk his clothing was saturated with
tho worst possible brand of whiskey
and ho had a pint bottlq half full of
tho liquor In hja hip pocket
Mr Holt w jB ho spent about 60
for clothing and other things HO that
the fellows who became so friendly
with him must have rolled him for
about 140 HQ Is a much wiser man
today than ho was yesterday but
says ho has no kick coming
If T can work here for a fow days
I can earn enough money to take mo
back to the stoamshovel where I
will remain for some time to come
ho said as he walked Into Detec
tive Fenders office to Interview a ne
gro the officers had arr ated uudor
suspicion of having had something to
do with the robbery I
A NEW KIND t
BOOST fOR OGDEN
J S fjarvor believing that faith
without good worko Is dead ban been
doing a little boosting for tho fruit
Industry of Wober county la a most
w > lly iOfm 1
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tirtio be drew a razor and started I
I slashing tit his throat utho was
thwarted In his efforts at selfdostnic I
lion before moro than a slight cut
had been Inflicted across tho neck I
After being locked up In the padded
cell he quieted down
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He had something over 50 and a
railroad tIcket to Italy on him when
serened and the razor with which ho
had attempted to kill himself was I
also found In hla clothes The blade
of tho razor was covered with blood
It Is thought by Dr Pldcock that
tho high altitude affected the man and
caused his temporary Insanity The
stranger will bo given medical treat
ment at the county Jail for a number
of days at tho end of which tlmo If
be does not improve sufficiently to
move on to his Italian home he will j
bo taken beforo tho sanity board of
examiners and If found to be insane
will bo sent to the stato mental hos
pital at Provo and the federal authori
ties notified
DEAD CHINAMAN
fOUND IN PARK
PARKI
Greek Startled by Discovering a Corpse Near the Ogden Theater
Celestial Had Been Dead Two Days
Took Opium in Vinegar
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not boen molested slnco death ori
sued The remains wero removed to
Larkin and Sons undertaking par
lors to be held until 2 p m tomor I
row when services will be held at
tho chapel Tho body will be burled I
In tho city cemetery
Wong Toy was well known by
other Chinamen of the city who
state that of late years he had been
employed as a cook for a bridge gang
I on the railroad He frequently visit
j ed the city and was fond of hop
They arc Inclined to think he used
a little too much of It on this occa
I sion and some of them say they
would not be surprised If he took It
with suicidal Intent Ho was a man
about 55 years of age and while hav
I ing lived in America for a number
of years still wore a queue
After holding a moro complete post
mortem examination this afternoon
County Physician PJdcock arrived at
the conclusion that the man came to
his death by the use of opium mixed
with vinegar This Is 4tho old way of
using opium
practical way Ho has had tenpound
boxes of cherries neatly packed at
the McGriff orchard In North Ogdon
sent to prominent people Including
merchants he met while on his trip
east
Ho has Bent n dozon cases and
atnong those to whom he addressed
tho fruit arc = Sec phn Green Na
tional Retail Merchants Cleveland
Ohio Dr Wilson Worthington In
diana Edwin Evans Montgomery
Mo John A Stevens St Louis F J
Cannon Times Denver J M Mc
Camont Denver L L Small whole
sale and retail merchant Chicago
RESI6NATION
ACCEPTED BY
BOARD
At the regular session of the board
of education this morulng tho resig
nation of Superintendent L E Eg
gertson was accepted and plAced on
file In accepting the resignation the
members of tho board stated that >
they did so reluctantly They had
nothing but praise for Mr Eggortson
in tho work he had dono In the
schools of tho county They also
stated that tho schoolH of Weber
county are In better condition than
over and the advancement of the stu
dents this year had exceeded that oO
former years
The Ailing of the vacancy occa
sioned by Mr Eggcrtsons resignation
will bo considered at tho noxt meet
ing of the board
It was announced at tho board
meeting that Weber count this year
IB entitled to nine free scholarships
In tho State university and the board
deslroK tho students of the county
schools to take advantage of tho op
portunity Applications will be re
ceived at any time The scholarships
embrace courses In both the high
school and college of the state school
Teachers examinations will bo hold
at the Weber academy building July
26 27 and 2S Those desiring to teach
In tho county schools must take tho
examination at that time
The building commltttco reported
that tho new school houses nt Eden
ond Plesant View arc progressing
nicely and will be ready for occu
pancy at the beginning of tho uchool
year
Professor Albert Ppwoll was ro
engaged as musical director for the
county schools
After accepting and filing the bien
nial report of Superintendent Eggert
son the board adjourned
i LOST RiNG CADIES
A REALlt ROUGHHQUSE
V f v
> lt r
B J Feonoy and Jack Turner
wore arrested yesterday afternoon In
the White Elephant saloon for lIght
ing and disturbing thQ peace One
A jIJI
of th e mon Is ald to hara accused 1
his friend of stealing Iris ring where
upon tlnj other amoto him on the Jaw
with marked effect Tho Closer of
tho ring attempted to rotmn tire
compliment and a bnttjo royal was
promised to the crowd which had
gathered when Patrolman Rackbam
appeared on tho scene and placed
tho combatants under arrest
While lending the mon out to the I
street one of thorn mado a furious
onslaughter up nhls erstwhile friend
but wag soon calmed by the police
man who threatened to test the thick
ness of his skull with Iris club Tho
mon wero charged with disturbing
the peace
EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE
Sunday Jun i26th via Oregon
Short Line Round trip rate 1QO
Ten trains dally each way Secure
tickets at City Office 2GU Washing
ton avenue E A Showe C P T
A
UNITED SPANIS
WAR VETERANS
The United Spanish War veterans
at their closing session last evening I
adopted resolutions of thonks and ad i
Journcil without selecting a meeting
place or net year that question be
ing submitted to a committee for con
sideration
Afternoon Session
The following officers were elect
ed
Commander G Hampton Og
den
Senior iceG E KolschFl
Douglas
Junior Vice Jos H Knight Og
don
Knspoctor Otta H Haaslng Og
den
Surgeon N C Jorgenson Salt
i Lako
Judge Advocate General G H
Ball Salt Lake
Chaplain H H Burgess Ft Doug
las
Marshall Robt Reed Salt Luke
Adjutant A Seaman Ogdon
Quartermaster Chas MAngeo Og
den
enCoucil
Coucil of Administration B
Slontor Salt Lake Elmer Jobnsqn
Salt Lake Geo Wardlow Ogden
Fred Woolman Ft Douglas Leo A
Hurst Ogden Jos Wesslor Ogdon
E W Batchclor Ogdon Curtis Will
ard Ft Douglas
Delegates to NatlontL Encampment
Denver Sept 6 7 8 191GG Et i
I Kelson Ft Douglas Gee Wardlow
Ogden F Woolman Ft Douglas F
P Sexton Salt Lake
Alternates A Hurst Ogden P
J Lynch Ft Douglas G H Far
roll Ft Douglas B P Eck Salt
Lake
Tho encampment by unanimous
voto decided to ask Rev G W Mc
Creey the retiring department com
mander to make the race for the of
ice of National Chaplain pledging
support
At tho evening public meeting the
following program was rendered
Piano soloMrs Gertrude Walker
Installation of officers of the de
partment
Reading Mrs Gertrude Hutton
Remarks Comrade A S Condon
Vocal SoloMr Walter Stephens
RecitationMr Frank Dodge
DuetComrade and Mrs Mangel
Vocal SoloMiss Ethel Walker
The members wero all enthusaatlc
ally encored and they responded cor
d
Resolutions
The United Spanish War Veter
ans of t department of Utah In en
campment assembled express our ap
preciation of tho welcome extended
to us by tho city of Ogden throu h
its mayor the Hon Wm Glasmoun
Wq gratefully acknowledge the
courtesy of tbe Weber club In giving
tho services of the Ogden City band
which furnished music for the pa
rado and opening of tho encamp
ment
mentTo
To the ladles of the Harry A
Young camp auxiliary No 1 who fur
nlshe the bounteous repast served
In Eagles hall we glvo three cheers
and a tiger
Wo send greetings to the veter
ans of the Grand Army of the Repub
lic and the Indian wars comrades
whom We dollght to honor and aftll
late with
For a blggor a better and a more
fraternal department of Utah wo un
llodlj pledgo ourselves
Tho adjutant Is instructed to fur
nish a copy of these resolutions to
the Hon Mayor of Ogden the Weber
club the Harry A Young camp Aux
No 1 and the dally papers and to
spread a copy on the minutes of this
department
CONfERENCE Of
WEBER STAIiE
The quarterly conference of the
North Weber stake will be hold In
the Ogden tabernacle Sunday Junq
20 commencing at 10 oclock a m
Apostle Francis M Lyman and Brig
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When You Begin Save
you start to practice one of the best resolutions you I
ever made one that will bop go much happiness 1
and comfort as the years roll by I
Start on the road to prosperity by opening an
account with us
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Capital 10000000
L Surplus and Profits 10000000 I I
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ham H Roberts are expected to bo In
attendance
The conference of the Y M and
Y L M I A will bo hold In tho oven
tag at 7 oclock A good musical pro
gram has been arranged for the even
ing session and It Is expected that
the vlsltoro will remain over for that
meeting
PRESS FOR SALE
Drum cylinder Cottrell press with
folder Size of bed 33x47 12 Inches
In first class order Prints sIx col
umns four pagua at ono tlmo Cheap
for cash Inquire or address tho
Evening Standard
NEW JUDGE Of
MUNICIPAL COURT I
I
Judge Murphy has gone to Nevada
for a week and If there Is any bus
inoss to be attended to In the munlcl
pal court during tho Judges absence
the major IB authorized to appoint
a Judge pro torn
There Is an opportunity now for
litigants who feel that Judge Murphy
lg too severe to ask the mayor to make
a pro torn appointment
I THEY All PLEAD
I NOT GUilTY
II
In tho second judicial district court
this morning Joseph Smith pleaded
not guilty to the charge of robbery
I Tho complaint against him alleges
that he robbed Thomas OBrlim of
no
noCarl
Carl Crosby alleged to lave bur
glarized the Wooduiansco rooming
house on Twentyfourth street plead
I ed not guilty an dCIyde Blngham
charged with burglarizing the resi
I dence of Mrs Samuel H Care also
entered a plea of not guilty
Time for tho trials haa not been I
fixed
THREE MINERS
KilLED AT EUREKA
A telephone mosango from Eureka
Utah says three minors were killed
today In tho Apex mine by the prc
maturo discharge of a blast
I Fltteen men were In the mine at
the limo of the explosion The min
ers are Greeks and Austrians
WAS JESUS DIVINE
At tho Congregational church Sun
day evening the question of Christs
I divinity will be discussed Is that be
lief any longer necessary to faith
Have wo a right to believe that ho
I ivan Why will not the question
down 1 What Is Involved In the con
I clusion either way Along these
lines tho 20mlnuto servon will bo de
veloped
Tho editorial will deal with the oft I
repeotcd charge that tho people are I
sot on evil I
The service begins at S oclock and
lasts an hour A special musical pro
gram Is arranged
t 11 SCHWARTZ HAS
RESIGNED CHIEF
Washington Juno 25Harry S
Schwartz boa resigned as chief of tho
land service and will bo succeeded by
James M Sheridan now a peclal
agent located at Denver Colo
PRESENT PENSION AGENCIES
WILL BE RETAINED
Washington June 2G Tho house
conferees today yielded on tire qucs
WRIGHT
INVESTMENT
COMPANY
No 2438 Washington Ave
Fine 50foot lot on harrison
Avenue 35000
1725foot lots on Twenty
second street 170000
Ono aero on 29th St S55000
Good house and lot Terms J
100000
Chicken Ranch in fine loca 1
tion 350000 1
CALL AT OUR OFFICE
WRIGHT
INVESTMENT
COMPANY
Ind No 879 Bell No 737 I
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A OAR OF NEW HAY JUST
RECEIVE t
Special prices in lots Send in
your orders
CHAS F GROUT
352 24th St
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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A DYCLERK wanted Immediately
Good wages paid 162 25th street
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lion In dispute over tho pensions ap
propriation bill and tho conference re
port was agreed to by the house The
House wanted to abolish all pension
agencies but the one In Washington
I but tho senate would not agree All
the present agenoles will bq retained
The pension bill carries 156000000
ASSOCIATION OF RAILWAY
WIPE SUPERINTENDENTS
Los Angeles Cal Juno 5Omcer
were chosen yesterday at tho conclud
ing session of the Association of Rail
way Superintendents of Telegraph
The new directors of the organlza
tlon aro I T Dyer Salt Lake rail
road Los Angeles president J B
Sheldon Union Pacific Omaha first
vice president William D Bennett
Chicago 8 NorthwosternChlcaRO sec
ond vice president P W Drew Min
neapolts St Paul Sault Ste Marie
Tcelooted secretarytreasurer Bos
ton was chosen for the 1911 convon
tlon
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SUBMARINE MAKES
A LONG VOYAGE
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Santa Barbara Cal Juno 26The
Bubmarino boats Grampus and Pike
convoyed by the supply ship Justin
and tho tug Fortune arrived off this
port last night from Sap Francisco
Thin is said to bo the long at voyage
ever made by a submarine under lu
own power Engines of the Grampus
ale said to bo giving some trouble
Metal Market
Now ork Juno 25 Metals wore
quiet Tin 5Ga32f5 lake copper
51202 l2a287 12 electrolytic 12
37 l2a2G2 12 casting 1212 12a
1337 12 lead 140al60 speller
40aG50 Iron quiet unchanged
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Wall Paper Sale
NOW THAT THE WALLPAPER RUSH IS ABOUT OVER WE FIND THERE ARE
ONLY A FEW ROLLS LEFT ENOUQH FOR TWO OR SIX ROOMSOF THE BEST
SELLING PATTERNS WHICH WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE OUT REGARDLESS OF
COST PAPERS THAT SELL REGULARLY AT
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75o per double roll now 3S 30 c per houbllro 11 now 1S < S
50c per double roll
35c per per double roll 17 12c per double roll now n
AND MANY OTHER SIMILAR REDUC TIONS WHETHER YOU NEED THEM NOW
OR NOT IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THEM OVER OUR BIG WINDOW IS FULL OF
THEM AND MANY OTHERS ON THE SEC OND FLOOR
BOYLE FURNITURE CO
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