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ii THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1910 7 I
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376 Twentyfourth Street YOU HAD BETTER HURRY Where the Clothes Fit
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REfERENCES
Continued from Page Five
If you CRt cat at Livingstons I
Cafeteria
J S Lewis will return tomorrow
from a business trip to Gunnlson and
Denver Colo Mr Lewis has been in
Colorado attending to his mining In
terests and as soon as be returns
will start the remodeling of the Lewis
block
When you want the best insist
on B G Butter
W D Zcllcr will leave Saturday
night for Reno to witness the fight
Remember the N W IL picnic La
goon Thursday Juno 30
On July 6 and 7 two special trains
carrying California Elks en route to
tho national meeting of Iho order in
Detroit will pass through Ogden The
Orange Belt spqciAl from southern
California will arrive In Ogdon July
6 and will spend five hours In tho city
The San FranciscoOakland special
fdll arrlvo in the city the next day
find after a few hours In Ogdcn will
continue on cast The local lodgo
V1I1 probably have committees at the
depot to meet both specials and ar
range for canyon rides for both
Dr Stewarts lecture Hitched to
n Star postponed to Thursday
night
T B Wheelwright IR building a resi
dence on Quincy avenue between
Twcntyflfth and Twentysixth streets
that will cost 51000 Bennio T
Naflhlrala has begun the construcUon
of a dwelling on Eighteenth street
between Washington and Adams av
enues The building will cost up
wards of 1500
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSIONS
One fare for round trip to any point
on tho 0 S L Tickets on Bale July
2nd 3rd and 4th good returning July
Clh
Fresh eggs doz 25c Smith
Grocery
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSIONS
One fare for round trip to any point
on the 0 S L Tickets on sale July
2nd 3rd and 1th good returning July
6th
EXCURSIONS NORTH via 0 S L
July 2nd and 14th Call City Office
2GH Washington Ave for particu
lars I
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H P Flour sack 130 Smith
Grocery
COAL Call tIp Parker D Co for
rates on lump nut and alack Parker
Coal Co I
Kodak finishing Trtpp 340 25th
street i
For Salo Old mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
3 and 5 Anthracite 1000 per ton
Delivered during June Phones 149
Lowis Good Coal
Lowest prices at removal sale Staf
ford Millinery Co 3rd floor Wrights
MARRIED THIS MORNING
At 9 oclock thla morning Thomas
Do Vine and Miss May Ross both
wellknown young people of Ogden
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Which Is It to Be a Home in
the City or In the Country
Eaters are Increasing faster than reapers or In other words
we aa a nation must produce more and help reduce the coot of liv
Ing There IG hardly a small home in Ogden but what has ground
enough for a poultry farm which wfll pay the grocery bill if edu
cated along the lines of recon discovery The summer luxury or
Ice can also be secured by anyone if you will only dig a pit and
cover it with the dirt removed to keep out the summer heat
Ths will be your Ice collar Then cot out pans about 4 Inches deep
by 24 inches square filled with water every freezing night during
the winter With four of these pans you can save enough to last
all cummer allowing 25 to 30 I be per day Families average about
250 per month for Ice but could use more besides plenty Ice cavee
waste In food The money caved In this way will allow you to cook
with gaG and pay the gas bill
I am for thoComforta and economics of homo and without them
labor tlrccome and life Isbu gilded sham In the city you buy
everything you eat drink wear and want except the air you
breath andnow they are abstracting tho nitrogen from tho air to
make fertilizers for the soil and when the trust gets hold of this they
will put a meter on the air and you will have to go to the country
to breathe
If you must live In tho city and sacrifice many comforts that a
oneacre home along the line of the street cars would bring provide
yourselves with gas since there Is no modern Improvement ao con
venient to the tired wife au cooking with gas
COLONEL HAYWOOD
Says It Is astonishing how much can be done with a tttle gas and
to the ladleo of Ogden Who have graced their homes with gas
ranges we desire to say that Inco the new gas works have been
completed the supply has Increased the pressure and It will not be
necessary to open the valve In the stove so much as formerly
You may be using more than you realize unless you think of thin
When anything reaches the boiling point turn down the gat
It only takes half as much to keep ft boiling Always turn off the
burners when the fire Is not needed even If It Is only for a few me
mentO Matches are cheaper
If tho flame Is smoky open the shutter near the valve to admit
4 more airthis will make the fljjme clear and smokeless Get a small
I toaster and uae on one of the top burners this will help keep down
yrr > lli 7v 1 1
J 4i itJJr r and electric Iron when through and eopec
i2 1i Vg ri r nTyourwlii bo ploascdwith your bills If you do
Utah Light Railway Co
I D DECKER Local Manager
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were married by Father Cuahnahau 1
Miss Ross Is one of Ogdens most I
popular young ladles She IB a daugh
ter of Aaron Y Ross a WellBFargo
guard and old resident residing at i
2683 Washington uvenuo For tho I
past four years she hnj been em
ployed as stenographer in the office
of the Consolidated Wagon and Ma
chine company
Mr De Vine has Oiled the poslUon
as office deputy to Sheriff Barlow
Wilson Both tho bridegroom and the
brldo have a wide circle of frlonda
and acquaintances in Ogden
Leo Clark served as boat man for
Mr Do Vine while Mlsa Mattie
CritchloW was Miss Roan maid of
honor
CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS
San Francisco and rotum 3000
Los Angeles and return 3150 3515
and 4000 depending on route of
Ucltot On salo July 2nd to 8th in
clueivo final limit three months
stopovers both directions Call at
Oregon Short Line City Ticket offico
2614 Washington avo for details
B ASHEWECPTA
TIIEY PUB I
FOR THEIR
JOY
Kid Carter the colored boy who
was charged yesterday with vagrancy
and fined u for tho offense was In
the police court again this morning
nnd pleaded guilty to drunkenness al
loged to bare been committed early
this morning Tho court sentenced
him to pay a fine of 5 or serve
flvo days In tho city Jail at hard
labor
Yesterday Tom Lyon forfeited ball
In tho sum of 5 for drunkenness and
did the saino thing again this morn
Ing It seems that Tom has gono In
to the drunk business and him the
money to pay tho court for tho pas
time
Charles T Burn pleaded guilty to
the charge of bolng unlawfully
drunk yesterday and paid a fine of
5 this morning
John H1lou acknowlpdgcd that ho
violated the bicycle ordinances of the
city and the court ordered that ho
pay a fine of G or go to Jail flvo
days John paid tho fine
Fannie Winter pleaded not guilty
of vagrancy alleged to have been
committed Juno 26th and whon the
trial was act for tomorrow morning
Fannie said sho wae ready for trial
this morning but the prosecuting wit
fl5tft8 wore not on hand
A DETERMINED WOMAN
Finally Found a Food That Cured Her
When I first road of the remark
able effects of GrapeNuts food I de
termined to secure some says a wo
man of Salisbury Mo At that time
there was nono kept In thin town but
my husband ordered Bonitftfroin a Chi
cago traveler
I had been grftljlly afflicted with
sudden attacks 01 cramps nausea
and vomiting Tried all sorts of rem
edies and physicians but obtained
only temporary relief As soon as I
began to use the now food the cramps
disappeared and have never returned
My old attacks of nick stomach
wore a little slowor to yield but by
continuing the food that trouble has
disappeared entirely I am today per
fectly woll can eat anything and ev
I erything I wlah without paying tho
penalty that I used to We would not
keep house without GrapeNub
My husband was HO delighted with
Jhe benefits I received that ho has
been recommending GrapeNuts to his
customers and has built up a very
large trade on tho food He sells
them by the cane to many of tho lend
Ing physicians of tho county who
recommend GrapeNuts very general
ly Thoro Is some satisfaction in us
Ing a really scientifically prepared
food Read tho llttlo book The Had to
Wullville in pkgc Theres a flea
eon j
Ever read the above letter A new
one appears from time to time They
arc genuine true and full of human
Interest
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UTAH fREIGHT
RATES REDUCED
ConUnued from Paso Ono
Tho decision of the commission In I
the caso of the City of Spokane
against tho Northern Pacific and
Groat Northern companies and other
carriers was prepared by Commis
sioner Prouty It was hold that the
earnings of the Northern Pacific and
tho Great Northern for the ten years
preceding 1908 might fairly be term
ed excessive and that reduction In
revenues might therefore be made
without violating the constitutional
rights of those companies
The report continued
Having determined that question
we did not make reductions In rates
to Spokane for the reason that those
revenues were excessive and for the
purpose of reducing the revenues
The rates to Spokane wore held to
be unreasonable and other rates were
established as reasonable on an en
tirely different consideration
The scheme of rates proposed by
the Great Northern and Northern Pa
cific for the transportation of traffic
from St Paul and Chicago to Spokane
made by taking 75 per cent from the
terminal rates Is founded upon facts
which do not exist nnd lo construct
ed on a theory which cannot bo ap
proved by the commission
Tho rates established for the future
are materially lower approximately
20 per cent on both classes and com
modities but they will not be effec
tive Immediately The defendant lines
maintained that If material reductions
were made the result would be dis
astrous In view of the reductions that
necessarily would have to be made
elsewhere
In addition the Northern Pacific
showed that slnco tho first decision
In the Spokane case In tho spring of
1907 It hnd expended approximately
93000000 and the Great Northern
showed It had expended 75000000 in
betterments The commission says
These sums would In each case
It accompanied Increased earnings
porhaps Justify the claim to a greater
return An examination of the nature
of those expenditures does not how
ever lend to the conclusion that they
can have any legitimate bearing
Utah Rates Unreasonable
Present class rates In both direc
tions between Chicago the Mlflslnslp
pi river and tho Missouri river on tho
one hand and Utah common points on
tho other arc held by the commis
sion to be injust and unreasonable
and material reductions nrc proposed
but no ordor on either class or com
modity frcght rates from eastern de
fined territory to Utah will be made
until account of tho present and pro
posed rates for the months of July
August and September can bo ob
tained
This conclusion Is reached in the
case of the Commercial club of Salt
Lake City against tho Atchison To
peka Santa Fe Railway company
and other carriers
The commission also orders tho
carriers to reduce their rates on
fruits from California to Utah com
mon points
Tho passenger rates between Utah
common points and Omaha and Port
land arc not found to be unreasonable
as alleged but tho fares between Salt
I Lake City and Los Angeles Salt Lake
City and San Francisco and between
I Ogdon and Provo and San Francisco
are declared to bo unrcsoanablo and
they are ordered reduced
The commission finds that only 25
per cent of the traffic Into Reno from
tho East originates cast of Chicago
whllo 75 per cent originates between
Chicago and Denver
Turning to tho division of earnings
between carriers on traffic from the
east to Reno the commissIon finds
that the lions share accrues to the
Southern Pacific company
It Is significant as indicated in tho
I opinion that tho lines cast of Ogden
Utah receive exactly the finrnp divis
ions out of the socalled water com
petition rates to Pacific coast ter
I minal points as they receivo out of
the vastly higher rates to Nevada
I points the entire difference being ap
propriated by the Southern Pacific
company
Astonishing facts were developed
I concerning the earning capacity of the
Pacific lines The commission shown
I that during the last two years the
operating revenues of the Southern
Pacific companies Pacific system
ad Increased 8000000 while Us op
I orating expenses had decreased 5
000000 thus producing an Increased
operating Income of over 13000000
or a net Increase fo about 2000 per
mile of road
Referring to other lines of the Pa
cific system tho commission says
un wo take the Central Pacific
alone we find it third In tho list or
Pacific coast roads In tons carried and
the hlKhcHt of all In freight earnings
per mllc134531cr mllo in 1907
While It is one of three railroads
In the west carrying over a million I
tons of freight per mile of road tho
earnings of the Central Pacific po
mile are 65 per cent greater than the
average In tho United States and 100
per cent greater than the average
I of the roods west of Chicago
In all these cases the commission
provides that the carriers shall take
account of their earnings during July
August and September under both the
existing rates and tho proposed nov
rates with a view to determining the
precise relation botweon two syatom
of rates
In Nevada and Arizona cases in
eluding tho SacramentoReno case
against tho Southern Pacific com
pany a heavy reduction In class rate
Is ordered some of tho reductions IHH
lag as high n8 33 13 per cent
The commission finds that the ex
Istiug rates are practically wIthout
precedent or parallel In the United
States Tho average rate per ton per
1 mile on all ten classes from Sacramen
to to Reno Is 91G coats an unpre
codcnted figure Tho class rates be
tween Sacramento and Reno aro re
duced approximately 30 per cent the
rate on firstclass freight being low
ered from 129 per hundred pounds
to 35 conts Similar reductions In the
class rates arc made from Saoramen
to to other points in Nevada and
Utah
In the case of the railroad commis
sion of Nevada against the Southern
Pacific company and other carriers
the commission condemns the exist
Ing westbound class rates from oast
ern points to Nevada In this connec
tion the commission declares these
rates to bo the highest main lino
rates found in tho United States
For carrying a carload of firstclass
traffic containing 20000 pounds from
I Omaha to RODO tho Union and South
ern Pacific linen charge 858 If the
same carload goes 150 miles further
to Sacramento tho charge la but 600
The first class rate to the more dill
tant point Sacramento Is 3 per 100
pounds and to the nearer point Reno
129 per 100 pounds
If the same carload of freight orig
inates at Denver 500 miles west or
Omaha the same rates to Reno and
Sacramento apply and If the freight
originates at Boston 1700 miles east
of Omaha the rates are the same
CeOll Junction referred to In the
foregoing Is a mile west of Ogdon
SEN DANIEL
IS STRICKEN
Death is Expected to
Result Within a
Few Hours
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Washington Juno 29 Senator
John W Daniel of Virginia who IB at
Lynchburg Virginia today suffered a
cerebral hemorrhase It scorns to bo
on the right side and total paralysis
Is the result Dr Waugh expects
death Inside of twentyfour hours
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NEW MEXICO CONSTITU
TIONAL CONVENTION
SANTA FBN M June 8A
commission consisting of Governor
William J MlllB Chief Justice Wil
liam Hope and Territorial Secretary
Nathan Jaffa tonight determined the
proportion tho 100 delegates each
of the twentysix counties of New
Mexico will send to the constitutional
convention Governor Mills will Issue
a proclamation tomorrow doBlguntlne
Sopu mbcr C for the election of dele
gates The constitutional convention
will convene four weeks after the
election
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Iww THE CLASSIFIED PAGM
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UNITED STATES IS 1
ASKD TO INTERVENE
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I U MADRIZ FORCES LOSE O
O 0
O BLUHFIELDS XIc Juno 28 O
o General Duron with 150 mon 0
O has captured 1oarl Lagoon from 0
O tho Madrlz forces after a stub 0
O born deranGe Tho fighting 0
0 lasted two hours and ten mon on 0
O each side were killed and a tow 0
O wounded 0
O Two hundred of tho Madriz 0
O troops Look part in the engage 0
O mont and only the two leaders 0 I
O made their escape tho others 0
O being captured They wore 0
O brought to Bluoflelds this morn 0
O Ing The customs house estab 0
O llshfld at Barpolnt flvo miles 0
O from the Lagoon Is now bouig 0
O attacked 100 of tho Estrada 0
O troops Word has reached 0
O hero that General Mona has 0
O captured Marlto a lake town 0
O after a skirmish A few prls O
O oners were taken and consider 0
O able correspondence was found 0
O relating to tho plans for the 0
O movement of Madrlz troops at 0
O Acoyapa 0
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WASHINGTON Juno 23 Inter
vention In the Nlcaraguan situation
came to the fore again today when
American Consul Motfot at Blue
fields telegraphed tho state depart
ment that a petition with five hun
dred signatures had been presented
to General Estrada asking that the
United States Intervene The de
partment has hoard nothing from
General Estrada himself The sug
gestion that the United States Inter
vene Is taken as a counter move to
offset the undesirable Impression
likely to result from the refusal ol
General Estrada to accept tho pro
posal of the Cartago court of justice
to havo tho warfare ended by media
tion The dispatch from Consul Mot
I fat said nothing about the court mar I
tial of William P Plttman tho Amer
ican tjnglneer by the Madrid forces
as a prisoner of war The silence of
the consul on this point taken In
connection with the fact that the
treatment of Plttman has been under
diplomatic consideration led the
state department to the conclusion
that the report of Pittmans court
martial wa premature
Sonor Corea representative of the
Madrlz government In this city today
received two dispatches from Madrlz
one denying many of the reported vic
tories of the Eatrada forces and tho
othor telling of the antiAmerican
manifestations and the determination
of his government to keep them from
resulting in harm to Americans
VIOLATING LAW
COSTS 170000
WATER VALLEY Miss Juno 23
The Cumberland Telephone and
Telegraph company was found guilty
of violating the state antitrust law
here yesterday and Judge I T Blunt
In the chancery court levied a line of
170000 The company was charged
with entering Into a contract with the
Oxford Telephone company In Mar
shall county for the purpose of shut
ting off competition The case will
bo appealed
Was Uaual Contract
NASHVILLE June 28JnmI8 E
Caldwcll president of the Cumber
land Telephone and Telegraph com
pany Issued a statement bore today
declaring that the Water Valley con
tract was the usual one made I
throughout the country with other
companies desiring traffic arrange
ments and that there were fifty other
such contracts In Mississippi alone I
the legality of which had never been
questioned
He charged that an official of the
Mississippi legal department had of
fered to have this case dropped pro
vided the company would pay a rea
sonablo fee to an attorney who Mr
Caldwoll said had some personal
cases against the company This at
torney wanted 10000 and no settle
ment was made said Mr Caldwell
Attorney Generals Statement
JACKSON Miss June SJ B
Sterling attorney general of Missis
sippi by whom the antitrust suit
against the Cumberland Telegraph
and Telephone company was Insti
tuted but who retired from office scv
ural weeks ago today said
President Caldwells statement
that a 10000 foe was demanded for
tho dismissal of the case IK Incor
rect Mr Sterling suggested a dismissal
of the case if the company would
agree to abide by the law pay a
small fine and settle court costs and
attorneys fees
coil ROOSEVELT
AT A REUNION
BOSTON Juno 28Theodore
Roosevelt Harvard SO was unable to
come to Boston In time to participate
In the outing of bin class today but
joined his old college friends tonight
when tho class held Its reunion at the
Algonquin club in this city
Although the time of his arrival
had not boon widely heralded a small
Just J1
Says
tjORllCKVS
it Means
Original and Genuine
MALTED MilK
Tho Fooddrink for M Agos
More heakhful than Tea or Coffee
Agrees with the weakest digestion
Delicious invigorating end jiuuitious
iRich mil It nlilted pram powder form
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
Take no substitute AskforHORLICKS
Others arc imitations
crowd was at the Back Bay station
when Colonel Roosevelt stepped off
his train from New York and Rave
I
him a hearty cheer The former
president was driven III an automo
bile to the home of President Lowell
of Harvard university III Cambridge
Ho SOon crested the street to speak
to the Harvard law school alumni
who were holding their annual meet
ing In the Harvard Union and was
greeted with applause as ho entered
lIe expressed his gratification at be
ing at Harvard again and referred to
the memorial tablets to the Harvard
soldiers who fell In the Spanish
American war It was plcasanl to
know he said that Uarard always
was ready when the country called
I for mmi for civic or military service
Alter a short walk about tho > arri
Roosevelt vslt d tho Porcolllan anti
othrr clubs
Roosevelt will head lie alumni pa 1
rade Into alumni hall tomorrow after
noon and will HpeiU briefly at the
commoncPuient dinner He will not
have ant nart In the commencement
I exercises although he probably v Ill I
attend
When Colonel Roosevelt was In
formed of the icsult of the Harvard
Yale game his laco fell hut a mo
ment later ho laughed and said
Why did you loll me an thing like I
that
Shortly bpforo C oclock the ex I
presldont returned to President Low
ells house and soon afterward he
was brought back to Boston in a
motor car and Joined his classmates
at the Algonquin club The class din
nor was private At its conclusion
Colonel Roosevelt returned to Cam
bridge where he spent the night us
the guest of President Lowell
Asked regarding a reported confer
ence with political leaders on a train
on route to Boston today Roosevelt
said thero was none
1 only talked casually with some
twenty people ho said
PRESIDENT OFF FOR
SUMMER CAPITAL
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WASHINGTON Junuc 28 Presi
dent Taft loft here today to spend the
next three or four months at Beverly
Mass the summer capitol of the
United States The presidents air
of gaiety over his departure was ac
centuated by a vivid red necktie
The presidents private car was at
tached to the Federal express which
pulled out of the union station at 53i I
oclock tonight
With the president went Secretary I
Norton and Assistant Secretary For
ester Captain Archibald W Butt his
II
military aide Dr Barker his physi
cal director two stenographers and
several messengers The rest of the
White House executive force will re
main here during the summer On
tho same train although not In the
presdtns car was Secretary Nagle
of the department of Commerce and
Labor
Before leaving the White House the
president called into his office all
the newspaper men who have been
writing for their associations or pa
pers of the daily doings about the
executive offices and wished them a
pleasant summer expressing the hope
that he would see them again In the
fallBEVERLY
BEVERLY Mass June SWhen
President Taft arrives at overly to
morrow his only public grjetlng will
be from the stars and stripes which
have been ordered raised on all pub
lic buildings at sunrise each day dur
ing his stay here Tho city would be
glad to show its loyal appreciation
but he has specified that his recep
tion be entirely Informal The presi
dent Is expected to arrive at Beverly
tomorrow at S oclock Mrs Taft and
other members of the family will
meet him at the station
The correct name of the Italian la
borer who was Injured by Robert
Tafts automobile was learned today
and
when Chief of Police Ferguson
Attorney Jackson representing the
president visited the hospital The
man said his name wan Mlchaclo Di
Grlgardlo that he Is married and has
a wife and one child In Italy His
explanation of the accident was that
ho was crossing the street and be
came confused when the automobile
approached lIe said nothing that
could be construed as placing any
visited
I blame on young Taft Robert
I tho hospital surgeon today and sav
the Injured man for a moment
I Late tonight the hospital reported
the Injured man resting comfortably
I and his chances for recovery Im
proved
I SAt lAKE TO
ESCORT CHIEF
SALT LAKE June 2STho Tele
gram says
Tho Suit Lako lodge of Elks will bo
the official escort of Grand Exalted
Ruler 1 U Sammis and tho grand
lodge officers of the Elks to till
Detroit convention of the Ellen which
opens on July 11
The Salt Lake Elks will join tho
grand exalted ruler and his party in
Chicago on July 8 and in a private
train furnished by tho Wabash com
pany will escort the distinguished
Elks to Detroit and participate In the
reception In honor of the grand lodgo
I officers upon their arrival In Detroit
Members of the Salt Lake lodge who
will bo the escort for the grand ex
alted ruler will leave Salt Lake on tho
morning of July 6 at 710 ocolclc
They will occupy private car which
will bo attached to the regular train
They will reach Chicago at S30
oclock on tho morning of July 8 and
remain in Chicago until about noon
when they will leave for Detroit on
the private train of the grand ex
alted ruler Colonel Cristan of tho
Wahash road a prominent Chicago
Elk has provided all the entertain
ment possible in so short a time for
the escort of the grand exalted
ruler
On arriving at Detroit al S oclock
that evening the grand exalted ruler
and his party will be met by the De
troit lodgo and Its prize drill corps
of 750 men with a dozen bands At
0 oclock the Salt Lako lodge will
share tho receptloln to the grand
lodge officers given by the citizens ot
Detroit
The Salt Lake lodge will have its
headquarters at the beautiful Hotel
Pon Chartraln which will be the
headquarters for the grand exalted
ruler during the grand lodge meeting
Good Time In Detroit
On Saturday morning the women
members of the party will be taken In
automobiles to the pretty resorts
about Detroit while the Elks of the
party will be entertained at an in
formal reception at the Elks temple
Sunday will be apent at Belle Isle
one of the most famous summering
places in the country On Monday
the general program of welcome will
be carried opt by the grand lodge of
ficers of the ETka the cUT and state
officials The first session of tho
grand lodgo will be held Tuesday
morning at which the new grand
lodge officers will be chosen In the
afternoon the Elks will attend tho
American league brwseball game lie
tweeD Detroit and Washington The
feature of the evening will bo the 11
oclock toast At 1069 oclock every
light In Detroit will be monientarPy
dimmed
All of the bands at the Detroit
convention will combine on Wednes
day and march os one great band
through the streets The compeUtlve
drill from which the pri2e winning
Detroit drill loam and tho famous
Cherry Pickers of Toledo will bo
barred will be bold on Belle Isle ou
Wednesday afternoon when a sum
mer festival will be given for the
ladles That evening the official
Elks grand ball will be given
IF YOUR PARASOL ISNT WORTH 50 BUY A NEW ONE
If you appreciate fine work in the line oC
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
I ring up S7S Bell Will call or heave order at tho Windsor Hotel
I carry tho finest Domestic and Imported silk covers Special con
crs made to order to match your suits Here only a short time My
work Is my advertisement ALFRED C BUBRMAN
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askI t
A Free Alarm Clock
ANY PERSON PAYING SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION
IN ADVANCE TO THE EVENING STANDARD WILL RECEIVE
I
CEIVE THIS MISSION ALARM CLOCK FREE OF CHARGE
IS GUARAN
OALL AT THE
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OFFIOE AND
IN PERFECT
SEE THIS 3
ORDER AND
MISSION
TO RUN FOR
ALARM
YEARS WITH
CLOCK
DECENT US
THIS CLOCK
AGE
THIS OFFER IS ONLY GOOD AS LONG AS THE CLOCKS
LAST DONT COMPLAIN IF YOU FIND THEM ALL GONE
I
t FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
THIS CLOCK WILL COST YOU JUST 3 IN ANY STORE
IN THE STATE OLD AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THE
II
SAME CHANCE
Yon Get This Clock Not the
Other Fellow
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