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6 + THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910
i 1 7I Last
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j of Sale
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Were sorry to be obliged to
say it Sir but youll have to
I Uurry if you intend to get
j your share of the benefit of our
great Clearance Sale
We dont want to shut you
i out but TVC can not keep
things going at the rate wo
1 I are now selling much longer
This great bounuxa money
saving sale will positively end
on Saturday night
There are plenty of good
Suits Trousers etc left at cut
prices Plenty of Hats and
plenty of splendid Furnishings
but bear in mind youll have
to Hurry
Its a losing game for troll
to stay away
i FREDMNYB
1 CO
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I 2413 Wash Ave
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t rjii EGAIN or retain your
m health by following
I the SANITARIUM
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DIET SYSTEM I which em
braces fruits grains nuts veg
etables and pure dairy pro
ducts excluding all rich greasy
I and unnatural dishes We have
as follows
16 lb can Vegetable
I Cooking Oil Tpl10
lCan Nut Loaf 25C
f
ICan Nut Sero 25
1Can Baked Beans 15
ICun Nut Butter 15
I IPkg Graham Crack
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crs lO
lPkg Cereal Blend for
I Coffee 10c
v IPJeg Granola Bendy
to Serve 10
1 Pkg Crystal Wheat 10
LARNED GROCERY CO
2300 Grant Ave
Boll 647Y Ind 405
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A FOOLISH I
QOtSTION
B
rOoes PEER V s
ICSffi05K J
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I 1 MAltE FINE BREAO
1 J OF OURSe
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Remember
l Our store number is 2453 I
Washington Ave Our Tel I
ephone number is 38 I
Our delivery system is I
perfect I I
Our Drugs arc the best I
quality money can buy It
is to your interest not to for
get us when you want a pre
script oll filled i
WMDR1VERSON
DRUG CO I
2453 Washington Ave
r Ogdens Best Drug Store
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OLD FOLKS LEAVE
IN THE MORNING
Cars Fromthe Canyon Plain City and All Parts of Ogden Will Car
ry the Aged to the Bamberger DepotOver a
Thousand Old People Are to Go
I
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Tomorrow morning the old folks of
Wober county go to the Lagoon on
their annual outing under the aus
pices of the Weber County Old Folks
committee This committee consists
of twelve members and Is appointed
by the presidencies of tins Weber
North Weber und Ogden Stakes and
consists of the bishop of each of the
j ten city warda and Lynne of which
I Bishop D H Ensign IB chairman und
Counselor John V Bluth of the North
I Weboc fetako presidency Is secretary
II Fvry year this committee meets do
C 8 on the place and time for the
outing appoint subcommittees on
llnance transportation badges pro
I gram and amusements provisions
Itc and outlines the work needed
I to make It a success This year as
I In other years the committee bus
j met with generous response from the
merchants and individuals
Simon Bambergor has tendered the
use of his line free for the old folks
and tho committees that must attend
them and provide for their comfort
The Ogden Rapid Transit company
will care for the old folkH on tholr
system in bringing them to and from
thedopot but this does not apply to
I tbr committee members
Special cars have been arranged for
I to leave the Hermitage at S40 Og
j den Valley alone will yield 7fi old
folks and attendants
I A train will leave Plain City at
I So a m for the people along that
I line and a special for their benefit
i will leave Five Points at 730 In the
evening
I The Bamborgor trains will leave
I at 900 930 1000 and 1130 a in I
Tho thirtythree bishops have been
I Instructed which particular train the
people of their respective wards are
to take and to avoid confusion It Is I
j hoped that they will strictly adhere
to that arrangement The 900 a m
I train will carry the provisions and
j baggage needed and will also stop
and take on the people between Og
den and Lagoon
i Altogether badges have so far been
Issued to 802 people over 70 157
people over 80 and 8 people over 90 I
I I I LIQUOR CASE
DISMiSSED
BY COURT
The case of the State against
Albert Taylor charged with the sell
Ing of Intoxicating liquor to Hyrum I
Reynolds a minor at the Idlewlld
resort in Ogden canyon June 4 was
up for trial before Judge Murphy
this morning
The only witness the state bad In
tho case was Hyrum Reynolds who
testified that ho and three other
young men visited the resort on the
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day In question and purchased seven
bottles of beer but the witness could I
not state positively whether the de
fendant was the bartender that sold
tho beer
On motion of the attorney for the
defendant the case was dismissed
and Mr Taylor discharged
There is another complaint against
Taylor for selling beer to Emory
Jonos at the same time and this
case will be heard assoon as the wit
nesses can be procured Jones was
In company with Reynolds at the
Idlewlld June 4 when it is alleged
tho liquor was sold The court ad
vised that the witnesses be brought I
before the court at the earliest pos
sible moment but that If their testi
mony Is no stronger than that given
bj Reynolds It would hardly i be
worth while to take up the time of
the court In hearing the matter
GREATEST MILLINERY SALE
Ogden has ever known Your choice
of Indies hats 250 misses and
childrens hats 100 street hats 25c
to 150 Immense bargains in plumes
flowers ribbons
DRIGGS MILLINERY
2350 Wash
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IN pOlicE COURT
In the criminal division of the mu
niclnal court this morning there was
little to be done The mourners
bench wna but partially filled the of
fenders being charged with minor vio
lations of the law
Martin Larsen acknowledged to tho
court that be was unlawfully drunk
yesterday and tho court sentenced him
to pay a fine of 6 or go to Jail five
days where ho will be expected to
work in the chain gang
James Hicks had no hesitancy In I
stating to the judge that ho was guil
ty of begging The court sentenced
him to 90 days in the city bascule
recommending however that the at
tention of Chief Browning be culled
to the case that he might make such
recommendations in the premises as
ears of age and about 250 commit
tee members have been appointed to
attend them and see to their comfort
This large force Is necessary because
of the helplessness of many of the
old folks some of whom arc blind
others crippled and many feeble
from old age
Prof E W Nichols band will be
I In attendance nnd enliven tho day
with their music
Prlxcs to the old folks will be
awarded as Indicated heretofore and
also for various contests that are
being arranged
At the Lagoon dinner will he
served by the ward committees from
1200 to 130 At 200 p m the
j people will assemble In the pavilion
where n abort program of speeches
music and songs will be given after
which the prizes will be awarded Thp
old folks will also have the privilege
of hearing the Don Phllllplnl band
Itself a rare treat
The county committee trusts that
no person who has reached 70 years
of age has been left uninvited and
without badge and ticket If there Is
any one that has been overlooked a
notice to the bishop of the word In
which he or she live will supply the
badges and tickets
It is intended that the day shall he
wholly set apart for the enjoyment
and entertainment of the old folks
and that every one charged with any
portion of the work shall faithfully
and cheerfully render the service re
quired In reverence to old ago and In
love for those who bear the weight
of years They would very much re
grot that any one should ho missed
nnd they therefore urge the utmost
diligence In searching out and invit
ing all over 70 years of age white
or black Mormon or nonMormon
with or without religious belief or
affiliation It is our old folks day In
every sense one day in the year that
those who have done so much for
others In the years that have gone
shall be honored and feted and be
made to feel that their work has been
appreciated and that their gray hairs
all revered and held In high esteem
I
he might deem proper Whatever
recommendations tho chief may make
said tho judge will bo given heed to
by the court Hicks is a cripple and
claims that it is impossible for him
to do any kind of work
Alva Curtis pleaded guilty to the
J charge of disturbing the peace and I
he was sentenced to pay a fine of SB
or serve five days on the chain gang
Peter Baker stated that he violat
ed the bicycle ordinance yesterday
by riding a wheel on one of the side
walks of the city He was fined 5
Charles Wright stated to the court
that he hardly thought he was guilty
of exceeding tho speed limit with his
automobile yesterday as charged In
a complaint against him and the
hearing of the Case was set for to
morrow morning
E C Hanes was arraigned on the
charge of disturbing the peace and
he entered a plea of not guilty The
case will be heard tomorrow The
complaint charges that Haynes dis
turbed the pence by discharging a re
volver at the Colonial rooming house
on Twentyfourth street last night
The defendant Is under a bond of 25
for his appearance In court for trial
The case of the city against A R
Heywood on the charge of maintaining
unsanitary premises lu the city was
taken up for trial the court taking
the matter under advisement after
hearing the testimony The complain
ant In the case was City Sanitary In
spector Moroni Poult or he testifying
that a barn In the center of the block
about 125 foot south of Twenty
fourth street and between Washington
and Grant avenues belonging to the
Commercial National bank was un
sanitary because of drainage from
horse stalls and other sources into a
cellar underneath the bam
The testimony showed that the city
board of health had inspected the
promises Issued an order condemn
ing It as unsanitary and advising the
sanitary inspector to abate the nuis
ance
Judge Heywood stated that the
building belqngcd to the bank and
that it had been leased to T T Alvord
who when he moved away left the
barn In the condition complained of
He felt that he was In no way re
sponsible for the alleged nuisance and
was willing to keep the place In prop
er sanitary condition If the rubbish
left there by the erstwhile lessee were
moved awn
In taking the matter under advise
ment tho court stated that it was a
question in his mind whether Judge
Heywood could be held personally
responsible for the condition of the
barn which Is the property of the
Commercial National bank
SODA WAHR
TANK EXPLODES
A defectlvp soda water lauk that
had Just been charged at the Stand
ard Bottling works exploded last
evening after having been loaded on
the delivery wagon
The force of the explosion was ter
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ORACLEISISGLOBEJOIE
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t ENTIRE OHANGE OF PRO GRAM MONDAY AFTERNOON
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WE WILL HAVE OUR USUAL LADIES MATINEES WHICH
HAVE BECOME SO POPULAR
In the GLOBE we will give away those beautiful LADIES TURNOVERS In the ORACLE we
will continue our drawing for those pretty Lace an d Ribbon Trimmed Ladies I complete Suit of Muslin
Underwear
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1 In the ISIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON we wi 11 the
give away Ladies Turnovers and to those who
prefer will give the Silver
ii Spoon Coupons
ELECTRIC FANS IN ALL HOUSES SPEND A PLEASANT HOUR WITH US
f i T e eeeee O 800 Q
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See tne Windows
People tell us that our sale windows show the most re
1 markable lot of sale merchandise this town has ever
seen
The windows tell the story much clearer than we can tell it in cold type
and even at that the story in the windows is but a small part not a tenth
of the offerings are shown but those which are shown indicate great reduc
tions in every department
Remember that everything is cheaperbut the time is shortbetter come tornorfowand
come early in the day for your own comfort
Wrights Summer Sale
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TELL THE WORLD
ABOUT CANYON
Man Who Lectures Tonight at The Orphcum is Impressed With the
Beauties of the Gorge at Ogdens Back DoorHe
J Says Ogden Should Advertise
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Charles Evorols Weed who Is the
principal In the doings at the Or
pheum tonight Is Inclined to think
that Ogden is not fully converted to
the truth It pays ito advertise
The American public Is rapidly be
I coming one of tourists he stated I
understand that In Salt Lake City
I there is an average of one thousand
tourists a day but Ogden naturally
more entitled to the visits of these
strangers has but a very few of them
and those who do remain in the city
between trains should be Informed
about tho canyon
I heartily agree with tho com
ment printed In your paper last even
ing by a visitor to the canyonIt Is
rifle hurling tho heavy lank five rods
I over the top of an adjoining house
and wrecking the wagon The rear
axle was bent as If It had been made
of tin and the heavy spokes of the
rear wheels were blown out Six
cases of bottles were also demolished
J William Norton driver of the
outfit had an extremely narrow escape
from serious Injury the tank missing
his head by a small margin
PORCUPINE
INVADES
CITY
I
A vicious looking old porcupine in
vaded the city during last night and
al an early hour this morning took
possession of tho front steps of tho
First National hank at the corner of
Twentyfourth street and Washington
avenue Mr Porcupine was arrested
by the police officers and taken to
the station where he was booked
as an intruder
Conductor Knocke of the Rapid
Transit company was the first per I
son to discover the porcupine and he
immediately called the attention of I
the officers to the fellow The con I
ductor states that as he came along
the avenue with his car a little after
G ocloclc this morning be noticed the
many quilled animal Comfortably seat
ed In the doorway of the bank ap
parently quite oblivious to the fact
that he had entered a city and virtual
ly taken possession of one of the
largest money vaults In the country
The porcupine was monarch of all
he surveyed until the officers sue
cceded In lassoing him with a small
rope Tho animal fought ferociously
against his captors Good judgment
In the manipulation of tho rope around
the porcupines neck avoided Injury
to any one Tho animal was dragged
to the police station where for a few
hours he wan the center of attrac
tion While at the station a curious
fighting bulldog came along and made
a lunge at the old porcupine the re
suit being that the owner had to I
spend some little time in withdrawing I
quills from his dogs nose The dog
was full of fight though and would
have continued the contest against
tho quills had not the bystanders tak
en him away
Just what induced the porcupine to
leave Its mountain haunts and visit I
the city can only be conjectured It Is
thought though that he followed the
Ogden Bench canal into town looking
for chickens of which the porcupine
is very fond and strayed to tho cen
ter of the city being unable to find
his way back to the hills He ap
peared to be an old porcupine but was
not exceptionally large There were
many callers at the police station to
see the animal Such crowds gather I
ed that the chief hnd to make an or
der for the removal of the animal t
In passing Judgment on the case
Judge Murphy gave the porcupine a
floater and he hay not been seen
since
FIRES REVOLVER
THROUGH WINDOW
Shorty E C Haines grocery
clerk 3d Twentyfourth street was
arrested last night at the Colonial
rooming house by Detective PIncock
Patrolmen Peterson and Jensen on
one oC the most beautiful spots I havo
ever visited but the great traveling
American public does not know that
such a thing exists
If half of the cities of America had
an attraction nearly so wonderful
they would he advertising the fact to
the world In a way that would make it
one of the objective points In thy
making of their vacation Itineraries
If you could Induce those thousand
tourists who visit Salt Lake City to
come to Ogden for one day It would
mean three thousand dollars of new
money that you are not getting now
to say nothing of the advertising
Mr Weed fans seen a good many
things In the city which offer sugges
tions for his talk tonight
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the charge of disturbing the peace
Pedestrians on Twentyfourth street
were startled shortly before midnight
by the heavy report of a revolver shot
Apparently coming from a room on
the third floor of tho Colonial house
The police arrived soon afterward
and going to the room designated
found Haines In bed He denied hav
ing fired the shot but a big Colts
six sltootor with a freshly discharged
shell together with a bullet hole
through tho window screen was ovl
denco to the contrary and Haines
was ordered to dress himself for a
I
trip to the station I
While performing his toilet Haines
became involved In an argument with
the policemen on the subject of Amer
I Ican liberty and kindred topics re
sulting In his having his face slapped I
I A huge dirk was found on tho floor i
of his room and the furniture books
etc had the appearance of having
been visited by a Nebraska cyclone I
The revolver had been reloaded but I
the empty shell was found close by i
Men who room In the building said
that Haines waR drunk and that they I
heard him warn someone on the street
foelow to keep qulot on pain of be j I
Ing shot Evidently the demand was
not complied with as tho shot soon
j followed
I hOOPU i S TO
ENJOY JULY 24TU
The people of Hooper are planning
for a grand celebration Pioneer day
July 24th The committee having tho
matter in hand is made up of the fol
loiwng persons J F Goddard Thos
Fowles and J G Wldson
The program will consist of
speeches boxing contests athletic
sports and dancing In the forenoon
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Special Reductions
on all Summer
Wearing Apparel
for Men Women
arid Children
Prices Reduced From
25 105000
IF YOU HAVENT THE CASH
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD I
The J
Mercantile
Installment Co
366 24th St
HARRYS PLACE
a meeting will be held In the town
hall at which Apostle D 0 McKay
will deliver the oration for the day
Karl Pardoe will deliver a humorous
speech and Miss Tillie Poullor will
I render vocal music and the town
choir will sin p
I In the afternoon tho campus will
ho resorted to where vrtrious racing
events will be Indulged in a boxing
contest will ho entered Into by Kid
Culver and Bert Herrick and a ball
game will bo played by the Hoopor
county league team and the Wood
men of the World team of Ogden
I Tho ball game will be played for a
purse of 20
The boxing contest will be nu In
I teresting feature of the days events
the committee stating that there will
be no Interference by the governor
I of tho state and the county commis
1 sioners will be Invited guests The
1 men weigh 145 pounds each and It Is
I said they are clever with the gloves
j It will be a tenround contest Tho
celebration will bo held on Monday
July 25th
JIUNTSVILLE
AND EDEN
FIRES
A fire of Incendiary origin today
j came near destroying tho entire
i premises of Walter Lindsay of Eden
I the loss being about 500 The hay
1 stack caught fire and beforo It could
1 be extinguished hay and grain to the
value of GOO or more were completely
I destroyed Tho good work of the
I bucket brigade composed of willing
I neighbors averted a much heavier
loss
j Yesterday a fire started on tho
premises of S P Nelson at Hiiiitsvlllo
and spread to the premises of C AS
I dress much damage being done to
both places The fire started from a
j pile of ashes that one of Nelsons lit I
tie girls had taken from the stove
i and thrown near the chicken coopx I
i The hot ashes were placed near the
t coop early In the morning smoulder
Ing there until evening when a wind
came up and fanned them into llamas
The chicken coop barns sheds hay
and grain stacks and farm buildings
wore destroyed Tho lire was quite
beyond control when the alarm wan
spread about the little village but
nearly all the men in the town hur
riedly nattered buckets and fought
the are like Trojans for a number of
hours finally succeeding in quenching
the flames and saving the town x I
There is no water system or fire
fighting apparatus at either Eden or
Huntsvlllo
The loss of the Huntavllle fire has
not been estimated but it will amount
to more than 1000
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A BUR t 4 R
ENTERS A
nOME
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A burglar entered the residence of
Mrs Helen Stevens Grant avenue and
Twentysixth street last nl htnnd
stole a suit of clothes It is thought
that the culprit was the samo person
who burglarized the Cottage rooming
house In that vicinity I
Another raid is bung made on tho
hoboes today with the hope of finding I
the man who turned tho trick last i
night The officers say It Is quite im
possible to rid the city of all the un
desirables but that many of thorn am
being arrested and placed where they
can do no harm
MAY BE A CASE
Of CmCKENPOX
Mrs jr J Heal mother of Miss
Belle Healy who was quarantined
yesterday for smallpox states that
her daughter Is getting along nicely
and that there is still a question as
to whether digs Healy has smallpox
or an aggravated case of chlckenpox
Mrs Healy wishes to state to thC
public too that it was not necessary
to call the city physician to the case
for their own physician Dr Morroll
pronounced It smallpox when Miss
Healy first broke out with a rash
Other doctors however think It Is a
little early to determine definitely
whether It Is smallpox or chlckenpox
At any rate the patient Is under quar
antine for smallpox until Limo disease
Is fully diagnosed
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY J
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FOR FAMILY USE
A big supply of eggs IB assured if yoa
keep your poultry In good laying coin
dltlon We can sell you hotter corn
wheat or egg producers than anyoi3
else for the same price Also grounii
shell bone
OHAS F GROUT
352 2Hh St
DEALER IN HAY GRAIN AND
FRUIT BOX MATERIAL
MULLERS
2582 WASH AVE
PAPER
HANGERS AND CLEANERS
PAINTING AND DECORATING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES BIG
DISCOUNT ON ALL WALLPA
PER
Paint your residence now The
dry season 13 the best time for out
I aide painting We guarantee our
work for 5 years
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MITCHELL BROS
I Great Sale of Monumental Work
Pay no attention to lying mis
representations from our com
potltoro and do not pay big
couimlrsIonH to agents but 11011
uu we can save you money
Yards 2003 Jefferson
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4 I IJ
OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
I 326 25in street
I J I
JI Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
It Zre4r
ti a
IS IT POSSIBLE
That dust and cold draft can be ex
cluded from a house and the rattling
of the windows prevented UUibj
Metal Weather Strips will do it All
metal Will last a lifetime t
UTAH METAL WEATHER STRIP C0
822 Jefferson St Phone Bell 5016
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH >
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THE HIBERNIANS SEND
MESSAGE TO TAFT AND POPE
Portland Oro July 20011 the
strength of the report of the erodes
tlals committee more than 100 dolt
gales to the national convention dt
the Ancient Order of Hibernians wry i
ailed this morning nnd It was ccl
long until the work of the session sus
WQll under way The moat imported
feature of the gathering at this staji
is the appointment of committee
which will be completed late this KA II
ternoon
The biennial report of National
President Cummings read today out <
lines the work of the last two years
and shows a most encouraging Inv
crcse In membership Inlluonce and
financial resources
An Important feature of the report it
n discussion of the unity of the Irlffc
race in America with the recom
mendation for a national conference
A full and complete report of the mis
sion of the Irish envoys of last year to
Ireland to unite the members of be
order there Is Include
The convention ordered that tela
grams of devotion to tho flag and ID
stltutlons of the United States bo sent
to President Taft and telegrams sd
love and fealty to his holiness the
pope H
Impp9JJded
9JJded lIUljj rj lj
Get tho Original and Genuine
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MALTED a WILK li S
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The Fooddrink for All Ages w
For Infanb Innlicb and Growing children r
PwcNUlrition up buUding the wholcbodj b
Inyigoral the nursing molherand thc Sed tlr
Rich milk malted grain in powder Ions rJr
en
A quick lunch prepared in a minute lb
Take no substitute Ask for HORLICKS ttn
In No Oombino or Trust

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