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f 2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 I 1910
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1KNIGHTS
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
AT THE LAGOON TODAY I
The KnIghts of Columbus of the
state held their annual outing
at Lagoon today Members of the
order from Park City Eureka Ogden
and Salt Lako were at tho outing The I
banner outing In the history of tho
order In Utah is anticipated
Tho state outings of the Knights of
Cohimbus have become annual affairs
which arc participated In enthusias
tically by the members ot tho four
councils in the state and their fam
lllea The growing strength of the
order in Utah Is TcJl evidenced by the
largo orowds that annually attend
these outings This year the prepara
tions for the outing have been more
elaborately made than ever before
and tho attendance Is expected to
double that of any previous outing
The four councils of the state will
Indulge In annual field day competi
tions with track field and aquatic
sports Ogden and Salt lake will
play the third game of a series to
xlecldo tho possession of tho Dole
trophy Ogden has won two years in
succession and If it wins this yoar
it will own the cup This year how
ever Salt Lake Is sparing no pains to
win and It is freely charged by Og
don knights that a number of tho now
members Initiated during the past
roar by Salt Lako have been profes
Elonal baseball players
A dancing party at the pretty La
soon pavilion will end tho days
outing
NATAL DAY AT r r
PlAIN CITY
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Plain City is to have a glorious col
ebratlon on the Fourth and is making
a strong bid for patronage from Og
den An elaborate program has been
arranged Including band music reci
tations patriotic speeches orations
vocal and Instrumental numbers and
other forma of amusement calculated
to please both > lung and old
Count Superintendent L E lig
certson of Ogden will bo the orator I
J of tho day and a number of other
Ogdenltes are to lake purt In the pro
gram
The program Is as follows
In the afternoon a baseball game
will be played between the Plain City
team and the Ogden Koiesters fol
lowing tho sports of thu day The
latter will begin at 2 oclock und val
uable prises will be offered to all who
compete The following contests aro
already scheduled
First Childrens rates
Second Barrel tug of war Prize
3
Third Relay race boys up to l
ars or age Prize 3
Fourth Riofld jump Prize J
Fifth Mnrrlod womens rauo over
30 ypars Prize 1
Sixth Handkerchief race girls I
to 30 years Prize
Seventh Old mens race 15 and
up Prlre 1
Eighth Potato race on horses
Prize 53 I
Ninth Relay race young girls 12
to IS Prize 3
Tenth Girl who can hitch up a
horse the quickest Prize s 1
Report of the big JeffriesJohnson
fight will be made on the grounds
Joseph Hutchinson marshal of the
day Trains running Grand ball at
night at S oclock Street cars leav
ing Ogden at 75 fUi5 and IIno A
In 155 35i and 555 p moO Leav
ing Plain City at 9 and 11 a in and
1 3 5 and 7 p m
DELINQUENTS IN
SERIOUS TROUBH
Ogden Incorrlglbles arc breaking all
records for youthfulness if not for all
round delinquency and misbehavior
A nlueyeaiold was in jail a few days
ago on a petty charge and his ex
treme youth was commented on to a
considerable extent I
Yesterday however a youngster
who would Up the scales at about 10 I
pounds was atTested for stealing
bananas and was jailed for a number
of hours until his father came for j
him about 11 oclock last evening and
secured his release
The boy Is but live years old but 1
Is unusually bright and Is evidently
determined that he will outdo every
thing In his class for incorriglbllity I
When ancsted b > the police Hit
young man stubbornly refused to give
his name nor woud he olunleer a t I
single word regarding his identity or
whcro he lived When his father I
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called at the jail for his son the latter
was fast asleep on a bunk In the ju I
venile room and was as furIous as his
ago would permit on being disturbed
from his slumbers
Chief of Pollci Browning gave tho
boy a kindly bit of advice but he was
too sleepy to comprehend It and tod
dled off with his muchenduring par
ent who Is at his wits end to know
how to proceed with his offspring I
The boy is too bright for his ago
Chief said the men and you people
with ono or two children to care for
can possibly rear them without much
difficulty This youngster however is
next to the youngest of twelve and to
manage them all Is more of a problem
than most people would care to under
take
takeIf
51t I tie him up to keep him from
runnins aWRY I am called inhuman
If I whip him I am cruel If I tako
away thIs clothes his TQungpala
bncak In with a nsLoIrlJi iilf of pants
and asweater and jbcoio or IIB
mother aro awaifu o this abMjnceMiQ
Is off down towriNandlt may be olQon
oclock before if locate him at s some
picture show or wandering about lie
S tree ts
The boy in question added to biff
reputation a few days ago by starting
n rough house at one of the picture
IIOUICB The program on that particu
lar day apparently did not harmonize
With his anticipations nnd going out
glue he procured a supply of eggs from
n nearby grocery and returned to the
theater began a furious bombard
ment of the Interior of the house
Ills efforis were promptly subdued
bvtbc management and he was cs
cortod lo the door with alacrity
POSTMASTERS TO
GATHER HfRL
The seventh annual convention of
Iho Utah Postmasters association
will be heldIn Ogden on July S and 9
and an attractive program has been j
arranged These annual meetings
hnvo been approved bs the depart
ment at Washington D C and a
general grant of five days leave of
absence to littend Tho department
at Washington will send a represent
aLIve to meet with tho members of
the association Tho program Is OH
follows
Morning session July 8 1910 11
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Instrumental music
Invocation by Rev J E Carver
AMdrcss of welcome Mayor William I
Ghifimunu
Response A R 1 Icy wood president
Weber club
Address Gov William Spry
Solo
Address Rqpresontntivc Joseph
Howell
I Afternoon session July 8 1910 2
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Music
I Address Senator George Suther
land S
Postal Savangs Bank System
Postmaster James Clove Provo
General discussion S
Qimrtet
The Classified Service Postmas
ter S W Ross bell
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General discussion
Solo
Review of discussions by represent
ative from Washington D C
Evening session July 8 1910
In the evening the postmasters will
be taken to Ogden canyon as the
guests of citizens of Ogden and Post
master Shurtllff
Morning session July 9 1910 10
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mMusic
Music
Paper on mail service Postmaster
Arthur L Thomas of SaltLake City
General discussion S
Department orders Issued during
the year Postmaster Joseph Odoll of
Logan
General discussion I
Quartet S
Address Senator Reed Smoot
Afternoon session July 9 1910 2
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Solo
Address Postofllce Inspector In
Charge W E pochrmle representa
tive of the postoffice department
Opening of query box and general
discussion Bring yourquestions and
have them solved S
Election of ofilcers and selection of
next place for annual meeting
The officers of the association are I
as follows
C H Roberts president Bingham
Canon Mary Griffiths first vice
president Smithfield John Dougall
second vice president Sprlngville L
W Shurtliff Ogden George M Mil
ler Huntington Mary L Howard
secretary and troasurer executive
commlttco Arthur L Thomas Salt
Lake City James Clove Provo W
W Wllsop Sandy Joseph Odell Lo
gan S W Ross Lebi
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Mrs I F Flinders with hor son
Edgar left this mornIng to visit her
brfther L W HcndrlcUsou at Ev
auslon Wyo
MUTUVICHM 1
ARKS DAMAtiS i
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Damages In Ijhp Wtal sum of 1160
aro denmndeU lnia > complaint filed by
Charles B seweir against Henry Lln
lermarf Iri tlic district court yestcr
day as a result of an automobile accl1
dent in which Sewell claims was I
I badly Injured I
According to the complaint Sowell
was driving along Washington avenge I
near Seventh street June 12 when
he was run Into by a Maxwell nutbj
mobile driven by Daniel Linderman
n son of the defendant Sewcll says
that the machine was driven In a j
careless and reckless manner and i
that oung Linderman Is Incompetent
to handle an automobile I
Injuries to his right side and other
portions of the body were recchcd by I
Sewell when ho was thrown from his
vehicle Ho fixes the amount of dam
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ages for the Injuries he received at
1000 and the damage to his buggy
and harness at 5150
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OUTING OF OlD II
FOLKS Of WEBtR I
At a conference yesterday after
noon between President Simon Bam
borger and Bishop D II Ensign of
Ogden in Salt Lake arrangements
were made for an outing for the old
folks of Weber county to be held at
Lagoon on July 21 For this outing
only residents of Teber county more I
than 70 years old are eligible It Is
expected that there will be nearly
1000 at this outing 1
The old folks will ho tho guests of
the young people of Weber county
and of the management of the resort I
for the day Special cars will convoy
the old peoplo to and from Ogden and I
the old people will be ontertalned all
lunch at the resort A special pro II
gram of short talks and music is
being Nl
gTALIAN MFRCHANT I
IS THREATENED
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The Black Hand has invaded
Ogdon Vlrgillo Lobello an Italian
grocer at 159 Twentyfifth street has
received a letter demanding tho Im
mediate delivery of GOO on pain of
Injury both to himself and hie chil
dren u
S Tho police decline to discuss the
matter as a serious one and are of
thq opinion that the work Is that of
somo boy whoso brain Is scoped In
dime novels and is Imbued with Ute
getrlchqulclt mania
RAPOTRANSJl L
MAKES CHANGES
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A large force of men is actively en
gaged in extending the Twenty fifth
street car lino siding between Adams
avenue and Monroe avenue The pres
ent siding extends from Orchard ave
nuo one block west and has always
been a source of some Inconvenience
during certain hours of the day ow
ing to Its shortness and thr fact that
It is not located midway between tho
two ends of the line especially since
the completion of the eastern exten I
slon last summer j
Tho now siding Including the old I
will be nearly two thousand feet In
length thus providing ample time for
the cars to pass each other without I
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I Dont worry about the foods that are beyond your
I reach Cut out the expensive foods for a while
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i need something besides starchy vegetables to sus
> i tain strength Make your meat
i1 I SHREDDED lEIEKr
9 It contains more real bodybuilding nutriment than 0
I meat or eggs It is more nourishing costs much I
i S less It is always the same pricealways clean
i always purealways the same Your grocer sells it
S 1 J Shredded Wheat Biscuit ia made of the
A 1 J whole wheat steamcooked shredded 1
j c2 and baked in the cleanest finest food
d kf < factory in the world It is readycooked
I W TIITJ II P < J readytoserve Two Shredded Wheat
tu L Biscuits heated in the oven to restore
crispness and eaten with a little hot
> 1I milk and salted or sweetened to suit the I 1
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X for a halfdays work Jf you like it for
t 5 c breakfast you will like it for any meal
Is t t Z in combination with vegetables baked 1
I apples sliced bananas stewed prunes n
or other fruits IJ
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to what is going on in this country But they dont
f know what tho women of Europe arc doing To answor
this question Cosmopolitan Magazine sent Winifred
Black to Great Britain to study tho situation at first
hand Mrs Black has told the story in A wonderful
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do about it 7 Charles Edward Hussellthe famous in
vestigator sociologist and writer tells the story of po
litical graft throughout the United States how leg
islaive rottenness is reaching into the pocketbooks of
the average citizen In a series of articles iri the Cosmopolitan
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time exposes the radiqal revolutionary religion that is
being taught in the womens colleges of this country
1 shows how these young women are being graduated
into the word equipped with a religious traiiug that
is startling if not actually sensational These articles
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being subject to a possible delay as
has heretofore been tho case
Manager Joseph Bailey of tho Og
den Rapid Transit company said last
evening that the siding will be com
pleted by July 1 upon which day will
commenced n twelveminute sched
ule In place of the present schedule
of fifteen minutes
The schedule of the Twentysecond
otrcet and Wall avenue line will also
be changed so as to provide a six
minute schedule betweon Washington
avenue and the Union depot the for
mer lIne to alternate regulaily with
the Twentyfifth street line
Tho extension of the siding re
ferred to will run past the high
school thus adding much to tho ef
ficiency of the street car accommo
dations In connoctlon with school
truffle
FAMOUS SDI COST
MANY THOUSANDS
DUSSELDORF Germany Juno 2S
Count Zeppelins passenger airship
Doutschland the greatest of all the
famous aeronauts I models lies to
night In the Teutoburgian forest
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pierced by pine trees a mass of de
flated silk and twisted aluminum The I
thirtythree passengers on board the
airship when it struck the pines after
a wild contest with a storm escaped
uninJured cllmblucr down from the
wreck on a rope ladder
Herr Colosmaun general manager
of the New Airship company Chief
Englnger Duers of the Zoppolln com
pany and Captain Wnnhoubcrg who
bad qhnigQ of the crow of ten and
twenty snmvspapCT men called from
Dqsscldorf at 830 clock this morn
ing for a throe hours excursion
Tho obJectIve point was Dortmund
about 35 iiilcs from Dugseldorf but
n high head wind prevailed and an ef
fort was made to reach Nuuster a
garrison town so that a landing might
bo made on the parade ground with
tho aid of the soldiers It was real
Ize that It would require a large I
number of men to hold the vast con
trivance of AUk and metal against the
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la tlie blub wind one of the motors
refused to work and the other two did
not glvo sufficient powcr to make any
headway In the gale The airship
drifted swaying In tho violent gusts
and sometimes leaning to an angle
of forty degrees All tho whllo the
englnemen were at work repairing
the disabled motor When this was
done all four screws were driven at
full power Under normal condl
llous the engines were capable of
driving the airship at speed of forty
miles an hour but the helmsman was
1 uuablo to keep his course and the
I great craft waa swung about at the
mercy of tho winds
Colesmann did not dare to orao
about for fear of overturning and do
Clded to drift with tho gale toward
I Osnabruck also a garrison station
If he missed that he expected to con
tinue on to Scnnc
Suddenly ho perceived a whirlwind
I coming and ascended to a height of j
nearly 1000 feet to avoid the center
of It With the whirlwind camo a
I heavy downpour of rain After half
I an hour the Deutschland came down
to permit observations and It was
seen that the Teutoburgian fprest lay
below Tho forward motor stopped
again and Colcsmann sent fiVe of the
correspondents to the aft gondola to
ballast the vessel
Tree Branches Break Cabin
The Deutschland sank rapidly hav
ing lost much gas In the high altl
I tude and dragged along the top of
I the dense forest A heavy branch of
1 tree broke through the bottom of
the cabin amidships throwing two of
the guests to the floor Other
branches ripped through the gas com
partments lint the whole groat struc I
ture scttlq down thirty or forty feet
from the gr und
It Its not the fault of the Zeppe
lln system exclaimed Horr Coles
mann that Is all right It Is our
own fault if our benzine ran out
The airship for which Herr Colctf
manns company hftd Just paid 137
1600 looked like a wreck Tho frames
were broken but the motors wore not
damaged The silk was ripped and
had fallen In a torn mass on tho tops
of the nice
Reports Spread Rapidly
Reports of dlv9 01 explosion and I
death were widely sprod A party of
officers and surgeons came by auto
mobile from Iburg and tho district
governor and his wife arrived at the
scene within half an hour by special
train A company ot Infantry was
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or has done The Cosmopolitan n Magazine is fortunate t
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sidesthat Cosmopolitan has secured the autobiography
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as a very great soldier Both President Diaz anol
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is growing bigger every day and Cosmopolitan is run rij
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keeping well Upton Sinclair has already written one j
and many other equally eminent writers are to fdl
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articles on the care of babies which are of extremely j
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tear story Among the fiction writers that the Cos
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Jack London Porter Emerson Brown Alfred Henry J
Lewis George Randolph Chester Sir Gilbert Parker f
Agnes and Edgerton Castle and a score of others all of
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sent from Osuabruck and picketed
the wreckage The disaster occurred
at half pant five oclock this after
noon In the early part of the jour
ney the airship maintained an alt
tude of about 500 feet and the pas
sengers enjoying the now sensation
expressed contempt for the train rum
bling down below and spoke of auto
mobiles ns out of date
THORNE JURY
BflNG GHOSEN
SALT LAKE June 28 Giving his
age as 18 years but not looking a day
over 1C years old Harry Thome
charged with the murder of George
II
W Fdasell on tho night of March 26
sat In Judge Lewis court room thIs
morning and paid the closest atten
tion while a jury to try him for bit I
life was being selected
Young Thbrnc whose parent are
said to dead paid close attention to
every question and answer nt times
leaning forward In order that he
might catch the words of tho pros
pective juror From time to time a
faint smile played about his mouth
at others ho looked as though tears
were coming to his eyes Through
out the entire morning session be
Impressed one as realizing the enor
mity of the crime with which he Is
charged but as putting on the bold
est front possible under the clrqura
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At the limo of tho noon recess ex
celent progress bad been made three I
Jurors having been accepted by both
sides Vhon the case was called for I
hearing Judge Lewis excused five CIt
members of tho panel on the ground
that thoy had served on the Riley
case and wero therefore barred from
serving on the Thorne caso Of the
first iwcjvo names drawn from the
Jury box seven were challenged for
cause by Attorney J JL Dlnncy coun
sel for Theme on the ground that
they had boon challenged and ex
cused during the selection of tho
Jllley jury Five men wero passed
for causo by both sides and tho
state exercised Its first peremptory
challenge on A F Doremus and the
defense Its first peremptory on John
G PearL
TWO DEATHS IN STEAMER FIRE
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LA CROSSE Ws June 23 Au
thorities who have been investlRUtlos
reports of the missing lace bo
steamer J S burned to he war rs
edge declared today that Mm Emma
Randall of New Albin whoss bodj
was found In the river yesterday find1
I John Pleln of Wauken arc the uniT
persons who lost their lives In the
disaster
Pleln Is still missing and is believed
to have burned In tho hold of the
steamer although divers have thus
far been unable to locate his body
SeS S HATImEsPmFEcrcm rOR SCROFUlA 1
ttjTOu 1 twf a JUJLUL JUU JL WWAJU1
burden Tb chilrlrono their oxlstonco blood tainted Par ° ntago inherit a polluted circulation to rf
the with disease and suffering Swollen glands about
nock
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And weak eyes running sores and abace Ssos Vlo waxy iomploslona
disease frail poorly developed systems are the most i ml ways in whf < ih the 1
bus is manifested In some eases tho blood Is so fclled with tho scrofu
serms that from biI1h life Is ll1adomflorablo with sutTerIng1 while in
other oases it is hold Jn check during young vigorous lifo but whon tfco
System bo gins to weaken os or
the d1sllso especially after a spoil of sickness tho ravages O t
madb w11lcommonco 8 S S Is Natures tiorfoct euro for Scrofula
ontirolyo healthful roots herbs and barks a safe niodicino for
young one or old S S S goes into the circulation and drives out nil scrofa A
the matter and entirely removes tho cause It supplies tho blood with
frail hoalthtul HI 1ProPortlos It is In nood of and in this way builds up weak r
dlsoasoburcUod
8 S S enod persons nnd makes thom ateSSg robust and healthy
BOOK on cures tiio Blood Scrofula because it Is the most porfoot of all blood purifiers
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any modical advico tree to all who write
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