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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JULY 23 1910
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
ind Phone two rlngo No 56
Bell Phono No 322
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ring No 56
tt Boll Phone one ringNo 56
RANDOM
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RfERtNCES
l Call Allen pnonen 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private cnlrs
Ir Epcclalty Also prompt delivery of
tag JJo < 12 25th
Box Grosliell representing the Nn
> tlonul Gush Register company of Day
r ton Ohio Is in the city
Get your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Llno tlckots at the office In the
Opera Houso Block Dont forco your
self to stand In lino at tho Depot
For SleOlIl mata Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
C C Haynes manager of tho bond
ing department of Windsor C Com
pany of Salt Lake was an Ogden visit
or yesterday
Advertisers must have their copy for
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on which the advertise
ment is to appear In order to insure
publication
WANTED Clean whlto raga at tho
Standard
Six New PharmacistsAt a meet
ing of thE Utah board of pharmacy the
following applicants passed examina
tion and arc now registered as phar
macists II B Lyman Salt Lake
David Charles Eccles Vernal Frank
C Nash Salt Lake James W
Reeves Salt Lake Ralph Hongaard
Ephralm Walter Driver Ogden
Continued on Pace Seven
CHECK ARTIST
ESCAPES JAil
SALT LAKE July 22Mrs E L
Kralmor expert passer of worthless
checks will probably not be brought
back to Salt Lake City to answer to
the charge of passing u worthless
check on J M Marriott for 50 Sher
iff Sharp has information that she Is
in Hock Springs Wyo Since the wo
mans offense is only a misdemeanor
the governor hardly thinks it worth
while to extradite bor
It has been learned that the woman
was arrested twice within the last
six months for similar offenses The
first complaint Issued was on Febru
ary 4 when she was charged with hav
ing obtained goods under false pre
tenses from the Kemmerer Coal com
pany by means of a worthless check
for lU50 drawn on McCormick Co
She was arrested by a member of the
sheriffs force but when the case was
called for trial it was dismissed on
motion of the prosecution It being
understood that sho had made good
the amount On February 9 M H
Desky swore to a similar complaint
The case never came to trial It being
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understood that she bad made good
the paper for 35
Sinco thai time It is alleged that 1
the woman had passed a number of
worthless checks In different parts
of tho city before sho made good hor
escape
BOY FATALLY HURT BY
A TORPEDO EXPLOSION
Child Hits Explosive With Hammer
and Receives Severe Wound
Salt Lake July 23 Andrew Lock
er six years old is lying at deaths
door ut the home of his father Carl
Locker 111 Pacific avenue as the re
1 suit of the explosion of a railroad toro
pcdo yesterday afternoon at about 1
oclock
Louise AVllslcnd nine years found
the torpedo on the sidewalk and sug
gested to the little follow that he hit
it with a hammer little thinking of
tho terrible results
Andrew obtained the hammer from
him home and then struck the tor
pedo a blow The explosion was
h urd for several blocks The boy
was knocked anvejal yards away two
deep gashes cut lu his neck and one
of his eyes cut by the tin and pow
der IIo was carrIed to his homo and
Dr Joseph N Robinson called but
it was feared that tho child would
bleed to death before the arrival of
tho physician because of the gaping
wounds which had opened tho largo
artery lu his neck
Dr Robinson said last night that
the lad might lose the sight of one
i ye oven If ho recovers but his con
dition Is most critical
MOLASSES SPIRITS CAN
BE USED IN A BLEND
Washington July 3The depart
ment of jnstico has acted promptly
in the What is whisky problem by
approving the recommendation of the
treasury department for the suspen
sion of any orders inconsistent with
The restraining order obtained from
tho Louisiana courts by the molasses
1 interests The suspension will ho In
effect during tho pendency of tho lltl
gallon
Tho internal revenue bureau act
ing on the suggestion for suspension
which was mado as tho result of tho
recent conference between Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue Cabell
Acting Attorney General Fowler and
representatives of the molasses inter
ests in Louisiana will permit molas
ses spirits to be used without being
branded as made from molasses
The word whisky cannot bo used on
packages containing molasses spirits
hut molasses spirits which are mix
ed with whisky can be put on tho
market as a blend The molasses in
terests claim that this action an
nounced today will enable them to
avoid shutting down their plants al
together thougfh they say that oven
now some of their business will bo
lost
BARNEY DREYFUS HAS
DEMANDED INVESTIGATION
Cincinnati 0 July 23As a re
sult of stories published reflecting
on his integrity as president of the
Pittsburg Nationals Barney Dreyfus
has domanded an Investigation of the
charges that he has paid fat bonuses
to his players for winning the pen
nant last year Yesterday after a
conference with President Lynch and
after having gained some knowledge
of the mattor Chairman Garry Her
mann of the National commission
granted the request and ordered nu
investigation
BARCELONA July 22Antonio
Maura former Spanish premier was
wounded today by a wouldbe assas
sin His assailant was arrested
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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r nro among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon tho little life about
to begin Her happiness and physical comfort will largely govern tho proper
development of tho health and naturo of tho child Mothers Friend contributes
much to the mothers happiness and health by tho relief and mental comfort It
affords It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate tho muscles and tendons of tho body sootho the swollen mammary
glands cause a gradual expansion of tho skin and tissues and aid in tho relief
of nausea Tho regular use of Mothers Friend greatly lessens tho pain and
danger when baby comes and assures a quick and natural recovery for tho
mother Mothers Friend is Bold at drug stores Writo for our free book con
ining valuable information for expectant Mothers
THE tSSWSSFSElL Bay A ATLANTA GA
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To the Ladies
Qf Ogden
To you who have installed gas for cooking we desire to nn
demonstrator who is at
norm e that we have a practical lady <
your service free of charpe Miss Beriuger will instruct you
in the economical use of gab for cooking and show you how to
use a gas stove to get the best results Sometimes little mat
of lighter in the oven
ters such as prcssurenir mixlnrc position
and how io use the oven to have it hake nicely arc all im
portant when using a gas stove Phone 102 for Miss Beringer
and she will call on you and help you make the gas cooking
a pleasure I
Remember also we are selling the new model hot point
iron guaranteed for two years Sold on trial for thirty days
The iron only uses 550 watts of current per hour If you dont
forget and let the iron stand for hours with the current on it
will only cost you about 50 cents per month to do all the iron
ing for an ordinary sized family
The demand for gas ranges has more than met our an
ticipations Nearly two hundred consumers have been install
ed this year One hundred feet of pipe free from your curb
to your meter Embrace this offer while it lasts
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1 1i D DECKER Local Manager
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ilAlVERSON Af a D
WjlUA I S DRAW
The sixround uoxing contest which
was pulled off last evening In Labor
Union hall between Bud Halvcrson of
Ogden nnd Kid Williams of Chicago
was declared a draw by Rofereo
White the decision mooting with gen
eral approval
The men met at calchwolghts Wil
liams appearing to ho about the light I
weight limit and Halvorson u trifle
lighter The latter is much tho tailor
of the two and was more clover than
hIs stocky opponent Williams Is a
hard hitter however and although
lacking as it Judge of distance sue
coodcd In landing many telling blows
which had the cloves been smaller
would hark jarred the local man with
considerable effect
The gloves used were eightounce
pillows which mado landing a
damaging Mow quite impossible Hal
versons right and left swings fre
quently found tholr mark on the Chi
cago boys face and several times had
him staggering with little more ef
fect however than to rouse him to an
animated rally In which he would
rush his opponent across the ring
with roasters and stinging upper
cuts which had somo of them lauded
would have more than evened matters
In the matter of points Halverson had
a shado the best of It although tho
decision of a draw was unquestionably
a fair one
Haherson war seconded by F C
Rlckcn C W Rnpp and Jack Stan
ley while Williams was looked after
by Kid Blackoy Kid Hawkins and
Fred Furnlss
In the opening round both men
sparred cautiously Halvorson landing
a couple of light lefts to the faro with
Williams coming back with u right
uppercut which grazed his oppo
nents Jaw and brought exclamations
of warning from the friends of the
native son Williams missed several
hard swings and in n clinch which fol
lowed Ilalversou used a right back
stroko almotl ut Williams ribs but
which failed to connect Tho round
closed with honors even
The second round was a repetition
of the llrst as regards cautious sparr
ing each man evidently seeking an
opening for a telling blow but pre
ferring to await an opportunity Both
mon wore slightly winded following
an exchange of swings to the head
and several clinches which were
promptly broken on command of Ref
eree White Williams was aggressive
In this round but accomplished little
with his elusive opponent until tho
close of the round when ho had Hal
verson staggering backward with a
couple of welltimed punches to tho
face and stomach The gong found
them In a clinch with honors oven
Both men were careful In the third
clinching repeatedly both trying for
body hooks with right and left Hal
verson stopped a hard right with his
head and caught a light left on the
Jaw which Williams followed with
risiht and left to face A quick ex
chnnr followed Halvorson landing
a hard right hook to tho Jaw which
reddened Williams face Williams
missed several uppercuts and rushed
Halvorson to the ringside and on to
the piano the medley which resulted
drowning the sound of the gong
Honors still even
The fourth and fifth rounds were
faster than the previous ones numer
ous exchanges of quick rights and
lofts to the face bringing cheers from
the supporters of either mon but do
ing little damage in any case Will
Iams was aggressive throughout but
failed to land effectively Halverson
cleverly avoiding his rushes and
blocking the dangerous ones with ap
parent ease
The sixth and last round was a con
tinuation of rapid oxchanges and
clinches each man trying for a knock
down but falling due principally to
nervousness and the near approach
of the end Halverson landed several
good swings and n couplo of havmnk
ors from the Chicngo lad staggerod
tho native son before tho sound of the
final gong Honors woro very even
however and Referee Whites decis
ion of a draw met with applause
It was ood clean contest and both
boys showed much cleverness
throughout
CRYING FOrt HELP
Lots of It In Ogden But Daily Grow
Ing Less
Tho kidneys cry for help
Not an organ In the whole body bo
delicately constructed
Not one so Important to health
The kidneys are tho filters of the
blood
When they fall the blood becomes
foul and poisonous
There can he no health whero
there Is poisonous blood
Backache is one of the first Indi
cations of kidney trouble
It Is kidneys cry for help Heed
it
Doans Kidney Pills are what is
wanted
Are Just what overworked kidneys
need
They strengthen and invigorate the
kidneys help them to do tholr work
never fails to euro any case of kidney
disease
Read tho proof from an Ogden
citizen
Mrs Rebecca Hartley 2806 Adams
Ave Ogden Utah says Tho pub
lic statement my husband gave in
1906 recommending Donns Kidney
Pills was correct in every particular
I used this remedy and It did me a
world of good J hove Mince recom
mended Deans Kidney Pills to many
people You are tit liberty to con
tinue the publication of our former
statement
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cents Foster Milhurn Co Buffalo
New York solo agents for the United
States
Remember the name Doans und
take no other
MACHINISTS DANCE
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Sylvan Park was aglow with light
and laughter last night It being tho
scent of the fourth annual balLglven
by tho machinists apprentices in
which more than throe hundred young
peoplo participated I
The music was furnished by a six i
pIoceB orchestra and was of the qual
ity that Inspires onus feet to action I
The young men giving the dance arc
all employes of tho railroad shops I
I who have formed a social organiza
tion which each year gives a mid
summer pilrtwalsl dunce The af
fair of last night was in charge of time
following committee J A Minnock
J I f Munlord J M Baker James
Bowes W J Lover B T George K
Shipley G D Jost and It Bullough
A SNAP FOR BUILDERS
Having tukon the contract for re
moving all the buildings on Hudson
avenue I will sell all the brick old
lumber glass glass doors plumbing
material or anything in connection
with the condemned buildings Will
sell all or any part of a building
Phone 3700D ind or 1552 Boll or
call on the undersigned at the work
C1IAS RICHARDSON
OGDEN AUTOISTS
MAIH GOOD TIME I
Advices recently received from
Dr Snodgrasa and wife who arc
making an overland trip from
Muncle Ind to Ogden arc to
the effect ho expects to reach Oma
ha this evening Tho doctor left
Nuncio Thursday noon and made 390
mllos In eighteen hours Dr and
Mrs Snodgrass will remain at Oma
ha until tho arrival ot Mrs William
Mobloy of Ogden who will make the
return trip to Ogden with thorn
ANNUAL EXCURSION
TO
CANADA
Via Oregon Short Lino August 1th
final return limit SepL 15th For I
berth reservations and full Informa
tion call at City Tickot office 2511
Washington Ave
E A SHBWE C P c TA
BEAR RIVfR AlLEYS
LARGEST APPLE CROP
W H Mobloy of the Pioneer Fniit
company returned yesterday after
noon from tile Boar River valley
where he has been securing ship
ments of fruit for the company Mr
Mobley states that more than a hun
dred cars of apples will bo shipped
from tho Bear River valloy this fall
Encouraging reports were brought
back from other fruit districts of tho
northern part of the state
NEGRO BURNED
AT TilE STAKE
BELTON Tex July 22 Henry
Gentry a negro 1ST years old paid
the penalty of his crime of murder
and presumably intended assault at
the stake tonight while two othors
a brother and a companion charged
with complicity missed a like fate
only through the pleadings of Sher
iff Burke and several citizens
Early today the negro attempted
to force an entrance Into the home
of Mrs Lamb a widow but was I
frightened away by a shot by tho
womans daughter Several hours
later while Gontry was being search
ed for by a posse headed by Con
stable James Mitchell Gentry firing
from ambush killed tho posse loader
The mob surrounded the fugitive
and as it closed in Gentry made a
dash for liberty but was shot and
crippled lIe was dragged behind an
automobile to Belton whero several
thousand frenzied men and boys
awaited his coming
As the public square was reached I
tho rope was tossed to a man on
horsoback and the negro was dragged
about the square to the pyre
The applying of the torch was the
work of a moment and while several
hundred shots woro fired into his
body the already dying negro was
Incinerated
A dash was then mado for the city
prison where were the two others
charged with aiding Gentry In tho
killing of MltcholL Pleading and
making a show of force by the shot
iff however stopped the mob
VIDOVS STORY OF
USBANDS DEATfii
CHICAGO July 22 Earnest Hoff
man a negro chauffeur formerly em
ployed by Mr Rawn was arrested
hero lato today as a suspect In con
nection with tho presidents death
Hoffman was discharged last Decem
ber and as lato 06 last May Is do
dared to have threatened Mr RIIWUB
life The arrest of Hoffman whoso
real name It was learned Is Ernest
Stevens was made on Information
supplied by II P Cullen a friend of
the former Monon president Cullen
swore to an affidavit to the effect that
ho heard the negro referring to Mr
Rawn say
Ill get that white man Ill get
him
Stevens was employed by Mr Rawn
from May J90G December 1909
Assistant Chief of Police Scliuet
tier said that aside from this tho
detectives had secured no evidence i
against Stevens
Although too ill to attend her hus
bands funeral Mrs Ira G Rawu
widow of the Motion road president
today madea detalled statement of
the shooting of MrRawu at his sum
mer homo In Vlnctka last Wednes
day moining
In a general way this statiinenl
bears out the stories of the death of
Rawji us told by his soninlaw R
G Coburn Mrs Rawn says she and
her husband were awakened by a
noise on the first floor of tho house
that Mr Rawn picked up his re
volver find started down stairs Then
says Mrs Rawn she hoard a noise
PILES mm fli mm BY
HEW ABSORPTION METHOD I
If you Hiiffer from bleeding Itching
blind or protudln Files send mo your
address nnd I will ill Ju how to
cure yourself At home by the new ab
sorption Irnutm ni anti will also send
some of this home troutm nt roc for
trlnl with references from your own
locality If rcqimstod Immediate re
Hcf and permanent euro assured Send
no money but toll other of this offer
Write today to MraM Summors Box
A Notro Dame Ind
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LUCKY MAN
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The resent sale of stork in the Lucky Man Mine has produced
sufficient means to send the work forward Those who arc just from
the district in which this mine is located are filled with enthusiasm
over the prospects Some miners whn have hpcn on the property I
lately arc very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Man Mine and
arc willing to take stock for their wagesnot only are these mon
willing but eager to do this knowing the property us they do
There is hardly n shadow of doubt that the mine will be among I
he big shippers tho first of December some of tho experts who I
have seen the property recently and who know what the proposed
work consists of say that very profitable shipments will begin before
that time
Farrell the manager will be in Ogden for a few more daya and
will then go to supervise the work of sinking the main shaft into tho I
ore body owners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in
crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed
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Company
F MJFarre Manager toil
Address2265 Lincoln Avenue oil
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of some sort apparently on the stair
way and a shot or shots
Police Cling to Suicide Theory
The police however have seized
upon threo points in Mrs Rawns
statement that they consider of Inj
porUxnco In connection with the In
vestigation of the mysterious death
The first IB the declaration by Mrs
Rawn that she was certain of having
heard but ono shot the second Is
her assertion that Mr Cobvirn pre
ceded her down stairs and that he
had turned on the lights before she
reached her husbands body and the
third Is the statement that Mr Rawn
was found lying squarely on his
back
fire police say these three points
support their theory that Mr Rawn
killed himself Friends of the Rawn
family Insist that Mrs Rawns de
scription of what occurred Monday
morning Is further evidence that Mr
Rawn was innrdored Mrs Rawn
said that on the night previous to the
shooting she and her husband had
heard noise similar to the one which
she says aroused thorn early Wed
nesday morning The nolso on the
first night was something like the
shutting of a door said Mrs Rawn
Widow Describes Tragedy
On the second night there was a
sort of creeping sound whether It
was tho sound of walking I cannot
tell you
I told my husband not to go down
Ho did not pay any attention to me
hut kept on walking through the
dark I got up and sat on tho edge
of the bed It did not seem a second
when I heard him creeping down and
he had time to get to tho first laud
Ing when I heard a terrible scuffle
I jumped and screamed and at the
time I screamed I heard a shot I
was so dazed that I could not move
for a second and before I got down
there my son Mr Coburn got down
In the dark and he turned on tho
lights
Detectives In tho employ of Insur
ance companies remained in Wlnctka
over night
fil0RMLN OFFICIALS
1ull SURPRISED
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH July 22
Some surprise was occasioned
among officials of the Mormon church
by the Berlin dispatch telling of the
expulsion of missionaries from Ger
man When slmUar action was
taken threo or four years ago It was
said that the church would place its
propaganda In the hands of its Ger
man converts and make no further
effort to Introduce American mission
aries until tht government was per
suaded to change its attitude
No intimation of a change In this
policy has been given Thc presence
of foreign leaders nl the Berlin meet
ing may bo explained by a letter from
President Thomas E McKay of the
Swiss and German missions written
In Zurich May 31 President McKay
said that while passing through Ber
lin he stated to the police uuthoil
tics that general conferences of the
Mormon missionaries were held In
different parts of Europe and that
he deblred to hold such a gathering
In Berlin early In July Tho rcqutst
was put in writing and presented to
tho acting president of police who
promised to unbuilt it to tho prcsi
dent of police when the latter re
turned to his duties
Joseph FSmalUl tho head of tho
Mormon church Is now onvoyago to
Europe and nay make an effort to
secure modification of tho hostile at
tltude of tho German government
HIBERNIANS ARE FOR
A UNITED IRELAND
Portland Ore July 2JTho An
cleat Order of Hibernians early to
day adopted a resolution calling upon
the two branches of the Hlborjiian
bocloty in Ireland to act in harmony
authoritative source It is
from an
learned that behind this resolution is
the common understanding that the
national officers of the American or
der shall meet time officers of the
Irish League the ClannaGacl and the
two branches of the Hibernians In Ire
land In an effort to amalgamate all
organizations to the end that Ireland
shall bt free
The national officers arc ompow
crod these conferences In addition
to amalgamation of all Irish organiza
tions an effort will be mado lopklng
to a coalition with the various Ger
understanding
man societies with whom an
standing has already Jbocrf reached
hat the Jrlolh and f5onnan will stand
shoulder to shoulder against English
rulo In Ireland
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I BELIEVES UPPER YUKON
I CAN SUPPORT MILLIONS
1 Dawson Y T July 3Frank
Oliver Canadian minister of the in
terior left Dawson last night for
Upper Yukon points continuing his
tour ot the Yukon territory Beforo
leaving Dawson ho said that he be
t lleves the Arctic and sub Arctic reg
ions In Alaska and the Yukon terrI
i tory are capable of vast development
i and ultimately will support largo pop
ulations When he reaches Ottawa
i he will have traveled 10000 miles in
his inspection of the northern coun
try
Governor Walter E Clark and Mrs
Clark of Alaska are expected tomor I
I row from Juneau They will remain
here on day and will then continue
I down the Yukon to Bearing Sea
points
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SALMON PACK WILL
FALL BELOW NORMAL
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Seattle Wash July 23 Advices
received from Alaska Indicate that
the salmon pack this year will fall
far below the normal C H Busch
mann general superintendent of the
Northwestern Fisheries company re
turned from the north yesterday with
first advices from plants west of Ya
kutat He says that the Kodiak is
land and Prince William sound can
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neries uro experiencing lighter rum
than usual but at ChJgnlk the pack
will be about normal Whoa he loft
Bristol Bay the plants wore still mak
ing tins but the pack should be well
along now and definite advices are
expected from thero In a few days 1
The first large catch of sockoy
salmon on Puget Sound this season
was made Thursday when approxi
mately 25000 fish were taken Tn
dicaUons point to a good run next
week
Advices from Vancouver B C are
to the effect that canning operations
up to now have been discouraging
on that side of tho border
NEW YORK AMERICANS
TO GET NEW PITCHER
New York July 23 Another now
pitcher who will shortly be received
into the fold of the New York Amerl
cans If negotiations now undor way i
are successful IB Dick Rudolph the
star twirler of the Toronto club of
the Eastern league Rudolph Is a I
New Yorker and was formerly a mem
her of the Fordham university nine
Ho has been pitching winning ball for I
the Toronto team for several seasons
PEOPLE CAN DO
SHOPPING BY WIRELES
Now York July 23A New Yorl
department store has ordered a wire i
less telegraph outfit which will b < I
installed on the roof of the store s <
that passengers on incoming linen
may do their shopping by wireless I
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