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I G THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY JULY 23 1910 I
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L Our Great Clearance Sale will end whon we close our
j t doors on Saturday
I Thousands of buyers take advantage of these Sales
every year and stock up with everything In Clothing Head
wear and Toggery that they can possibly use
Tho Sale this season has exceeded in every way any
Sale we have previously held
IT HAS BEEN A RECORD BREAKER I
This is our last call and belated buyers will have until
I Saturday night to make up for lost time but with the clos
I ing of our doors on Saturday
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I I t the II SANITARIUM
DIET SYSTEM which embraces
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I I braces fruits grains nuts veg
etables and pure dairy pro
t ducts excluding all rich greasy
i I and unnatural dishes We have
as follows
I 16 lb can Vegetable
Cooking Oil 110
i t ICUll Nut Loaf 25
J ICnll Nut Sero 25
I ICnn Baked Beans 15O
I ICan Nut Butter 15 i
IPkg Grnham Crack
ers 10o
3 = Pkg Cereal Blend for
I Coffee 10o
I IPkg Granola Ready
to Serve 10
I IPkg Crystal Wheat 10c
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We make examinations free
and charge very little for
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Again we have to report that the
grim reaper liaR visited us and has
j I tftkou from our midst Our bclovtul
I I neighbors W 11 Jackson and L R
j Hor nor and while wo sympathize
I r I with the bereaved ones we have Uio
f comforting thought with us that they
provided for something substantial
for their loved ones when death should
i I i cell them henco
I Our sick neighbors are all report
i an on tho road to recovery and wo
I expect soon to have them with us at
t our meetings
Urnal Neighbors boost for the ex
cursion to Lagoon on August 1th
1 when all the members of our camp
i expect to have a rousing good time
I Lit every member turn out with his
iF wife and family or best girl and iu
Mi > all of your friend to joIn us It
will lie a relief to leave the hot oily
and Imf a dn s outing Ht that beautiful
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rut ioaort The committee Is making
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airangements for tho entertainment of
nil who attend Watch the papers
for further announcement and dont
forget the date August 4th
In spite of tho hot weather and va
cation time our meetings are pretty
I well attended Come up neighbors
and keep In touch with what Is going
I on and If you see a visiting neighbor
invite him up
Consul FarlB Adviser Thurmnn and
Chief Forrester Coppock lifivo return
ed from their vacations and are again
in the harness and ready for work
1 Chief Forrester Coppock reports three
vacancies on the team on account of
some of the boys moving out of town
Ho wilt he pr the hall next Tuesday
night at TUi to enroll new members
to fill up the team Come early if
you want to Join the team First
come first served Ho has made ar
rangements for holding open air drills
during the hot weather
State Deputy Chas il Ramey has
just returned from Yerlnjjton Nev
whero he organised a big live camp
of Modern Woodmen Press Commit
tee
MEMORIAL
LevIs Rocs Heffner
Death has again entered tho port
tale of our Lodge and taken from us
our friend and brother Lewis R Heff
ner Silentlife to him Is sealed
I Thoughtfuldeath s to him re
vealed
I Brother Hcffner was a good citi
I zen and a zealous Mason lie lived
respected and his death is regretted
I by all who knew him The watchful
i eye Is closed the instructive tongue
I IB silent and our Lodge Is called upon
I not only to shed the sympathetic
tear but to mourn departed worth
yet while we mourn our loss
Hope looks beyond the bonds of
Time when what wo now de
plore
Shall rise in full immortal praise
and bloom to fade no pore
I While in tho course of nature death
must be expected by us all yet this
I Lodge receives the sad Intelligence of
I the demise of our truly beloved and
1 worthy brother with profound solem
1 nlty and In his death tho community
at large and the Masonic Fraternity
in particular han sustained the los
of a good and true man a sincere and
I vorthy Mason
j By this memorial the Lodge desires
I to express to those near and dear to
Brother Ileffner by the ties of nature
I their heartfelt sympathy and condol
ence
j It Is resolved that this memorial be
I spread upon the minutes of the Lodge
and also published In the Ogden
Standard and a copy of the same bo
sent to tho family of our departed
brother
C W LAWRENCE
T G BROWN
B F BOOTH
Committee
I YSVlllE RACES
ON NEXT MONDAY
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The Knysvllle Trotting association
has their opening day July 25th Be
I ginning with a ball game at 1 p tut
between Salt Lake and Kaysville This
will Insure a good fast game on the
I n w grounds which are first class
The races begin at 230 p In sharp
i as follows
j 216 trot or pace purse 400 seven
I to enter four to start Entrance fee
15 per cent and 5 per cent from wln
I auraHalf
I Half mile dash No entrance fee I
I Horses from anywhere Purse 30
I 225 trot or puce Puree 250 En
trance fee 5 per cent and 5 por cent
I from winners
I Quartermile dash No entrance
fue Purse 20 Davis county horses
I only
Halfmile heats Matinee No en
trance fee For green horses Prizes
I to tho value of 35
I Halfmile dash Slow race Slow
est horse wins the puree Xo en
entrance fee Purse 5
I Foot race 150 yards Open to all
I No entrance fee Purse 750
Footrace ouefourth mile No en
trance fee and open to all Purse 10
Entrance to harness races close
at S p in July 23rd All other en
tries at 12 noon July 5th The
Rules of the American Trotting associ
ation govern all races Far partic
ulars address or telephone Dr J K
Morton president F L Lftyton
secretary or Riley Kent manager
NEW YORK July 22Alfred M
I Dalby formerly a music director with
1 DcWolf Hopper shot hit wife known
J as Teddy Hudson a chorus girl
and attempted to kill himself on
I Broadway tonight as crowds were
leaving tho theater Both
may re
I cover it is said
I
I GREAT FALLS Mont July 22
I Tho whole of the Flathoad valley was
given a good drenching with rain this
j morning and as result the forest fires
are either out or ao well under con
trol that the end will come shortly
CONFESS ON OF
TRANROBBR
Bud Rogers Says He Was One of Four Men Who Held Up the
Oregon Short Line Within the City Limits of Ogden
He Received Part of tho Plunder
Boise Ida July 22A special from
Idaho City says The sequel to the
train robbery near Ogden Utah on
Juno 27 when the passengers of an
Oregon Short Line train which left
Ogden In the night for the north
were relieved of their valuables by a
gang of masked men seems about to
tae levolads as the result of the con
fession of a man named Bud Rog
ers to Deputy Sheriff K B True
Bud came to town In company with a
Chinese named Jim Amboy and In
quired the location of the sheriffs of
fice After asking a good many
questions about the train ropers and
concerning a poster in the office
Dud was himself asked If he know
anything about the robber and said
that he knew about one of them and
I ovonuially volunteered the Informa
tion that he was one of them He
I said that there were ° four robbers al
I though It has been supposed that there
wore only three He explained that
I tile division of the swag vas not
an equitable one and that he received
only 25 and three watches as his
I shareof the holdup idle others told
Mm that If he preached they would
hill him Asa Smith a resident of
I this city recognized Bud as having
been in Boise at one time He was
then parctically blind and la now
I hardly able to see his way Ho will
be taken to Boise by Sheriff H H I
I Hamilton tomorrow j
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TEAR NG DOWN
THE BUWDNGS
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Contractor is Clearing tho Way For a Street Through the Center of
the Business DistrictWork on Hudson
Avenue Has Commenced 1
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FOr 10 and salvage Contractor
Charles Richardson of this city has
agreed to raze all of the obstructing
buildings in the rightofway for the
extension of Hudson avenue Not only
will he remove the condemned struc
tures but he will ill up any cellars
leveling the street to grade This
work started this morning with the
removing of windows and plumbing
from the buildings to be razed
There Is nothing loft now for the
city to rio but to go ahead with tho
destructive and constructive work
necessary to the completion of the
now avenue All legal opposition has
been removed and the occupants of the
condemned bulldlnts are moving out
as rapidly as possible
Contractor Richardson looked over
the ground today and made arrange
ments for tho disconnecting of elec
trical wires which Is necessary be
fore the razing of the be
gins Monday morning he will start
the actual work of tearing down the
structures While the contractors
bid of 10 for doing a work which
will cost him many limes that amount
in labor expense scorns on the sur
face an unusual undortakn Mr
Richardson expects to receive a fair
iiiy STACKS
DESTROYED
BY FIRE y
The hay stacks of S Trasak along
the line of the Bamberger road near
the Weber river bridge caught fire
yesterday afternoon and were destroy
ed the loss being estimated by Mr
Trasak at about 300
The origin of the fire is not
known but it Is thought by the own
er of the property that it was caused
from sparks that flew trots the steam
engine that handles the freight of the
Srdt Lake Ogden railway com
pany as the fire started soon after
an engine passed tho premises
Tho stacks were outside the reach
of the fire department and Mr
Trasak states that It was with much
difficulty that the llamcs were chack
od The neighbors responded vigor
ously with buckets and a great deal
of property wall saved Tho special
effort of tho lire lighters was to
keep the flames away from other
buildings on tho farm and In this
they succeeded A fow chickens
were burned and other property of
minor value was destroyed but the
homo was saved
BATTL OF
CLEVER
MEN
Both of the fighters who ass to lake
part In the twentyround go to be
pulled off at the Ogden Fair grounds
next Thursday night are now on the
ground ready for tho match
Joe Thomas for the past fifteen
days has been training In San Fran
cisco but was in Ogden yesterday
and conferred with Roy Shumway of
the Ogden Athletic club who is pro
moting the bout Thomas Is now
training at the Salt Palace In Salt
Lake City
Thomas will be remembered by
fight fang as the maker of Stanley
Ketchel having met Kotchol four
times Two of these battles were for
twenty rounds each man staying tho
limit and each winning an event In
their third contest Ketchel defeated
Thomas by n knockout In tho thirty
second round In tho Inst bout Net
chel won In tho twelfth but he had
nothing to spare as the fight was
a desperately close one
He will bo u hard man for Terry
rrryn
lea t t All
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remuneration for his work from the
sale of the material of the obstructing
buildings All of the buildings which
tho contractor Is to remove are giv
en to him as a part of the consider
ation for their removal Just what
he will realize from the sale of these
buildings is difficult to conjecture but
it Is likely that he will have little
trouble finding purchasers for much
of the material
The plans for the new street show
a number of novel features which
I will add to Its beauty It is expected
I that It will be lighted with cluster
lights a method now In vogue on a I
number of the principal streets of
Salt Lake City Many of the more
progressive cities of the east are
adopting the cluster light system
With a conduit system of wiring
these lights do away with the neces
sity of poles which are becoming
moro and more objectionable in the
business district of a city There will
be four of these cluster lights each
I of four white globes
The sidewalks are to be twelve foet
I
wldo with concrete gutters and curbs
and the street Is to be paved with as
phalt The constructive work of the
avenue will start within a month
Keller to clearly but the native son
has yet to bo knocked out and lila
friends are banking on his ability to
turn the tricky Terry IK training at
lkvllt and Is In the pink of condi
tion The local boys record speak
for itself he has von twentythree
fights out of twentyeight and has
never been put to sleep for the count
He has met the best of Oakland and
Snn Franciscos boxers Game to the
core he has 1 been punching his way
toward the top ond means to get
there
Charley Cleaver his manager will
be In Ogden tonight Cleaver Is a
heavyweight with an avoirdupois of
L5 uounds He carries a roll of
the long green that looks like a bun
t dlo of laundry and he will drop a few
I of the yellow wrappers In this city
I during his stay
I In addition to the hlg bout on the
2Sth there are to be two good pre
liminaries The first of these will
bo between Ogdens best 110pound
man TwoRound Farley and Kid
I Rose of Salt Lake City This will
I be a sixround battle and is expect
ed to be a lively exhibition of box
Ing Eddie Matbewson of Ogden will
box six rounds with Eddie Weber of
San Francisco and this too will be
a wldeawako performance
Tho referee for these contests has
not been appointed but it is expect
ed that Tom Painter will officiate In
the ring
NOTICE
Bids will be received to be opened
August 20th 1910 at 2 oclock p m
at the office of the undersigned
Poard of Trade building Salt Lake
I City Utah for tho furnishing of SOO
I 000 pounds first quality oats and 800
tons straight timothy hay delivery to
be made at regular Intervals during
period of one year from award of con J
tract In submitting bids on above
material state price f o b Salt Lake I
I City giving full particulars as to j
qnality of materials to he furnished
The undersigned reserves the right to I
I reject any or all bids I
P J MORAN
Box 783 Salt Lake City Utah
I
SERVICES AT
I TABERNACLE
I
In the tabernacle at 2 p m Sun
day there will be a musical program
and Joseph A West will talk on
Pioneers and Their Work
The musical numbers arc as fol
lows
Prelude Selected S F Whitaker
Soprano 50IoHold Thou My
Hand by Brlggs Mrs A R C
Smith
Soprano soloLtter Our Wander
ings Peace Divine by Baltpell Mrs
A R C Smith
Organ soloSerenade by Gounod
I S F Whltaker
Soprano solo My Faith In Thee
by Wells MrsA R C Smith
MINISTER IS NOW
A PRIVATE POLICEMAN
Louisville Ky July 23 Probably
the only minister policeman in the I
1nlted States is the Rev Arthur E
Whatham rector of Trluity Episcopal
Tr 70 TL
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Closed Monday
on Account of t
Pioneer Day
Both of our stores will close all day Monday
Both stores will be open till 700 tonight
i igiits
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church in this city who took his oath
of office yesterday and then was pre
sented with his badge of authority on
which wag inscribed
Private policeman Trinity park
The Rev Whatham says that he
has become a policeman In addition
to his other duties for the good of
the boys who play In Trinity park
With my authority of a police
man I think that I will be able to
handle any black sheep that should at
tempt to lead my flock astray said
BANCROFT he
INSPECTS
TRESTLE
W H Bancroft general manager
of the Oregon Short Line and K C
Manson superintendent on the same
road arrived In Ogden from Salt Lake
city tills morning In company with
Superintendent T F Rowland of the
Southern Pacific Engineer k Q
Campbell and Rqadmaater John Red
dy they left Ogden for Lakeside
where they Inspected the new tres
tle now so near completion
The party returned this afternoon
and made an inspection of the work
on tho now freight depot It is said
that everything was found to bo very
satisfactory to the officials
NEW FEATURE
FOR PURPLE D Y
Our local Elks were going Home
when they sprung the lady In the Dl
rectolr Gown on our city several
years ago
But It seems they have struck a
happier and more substantial medium
this year iii the free amusements they
arc offering at Lagoon as a feature
of their Purple Day
It Is easy evident they do not pro
pose to realize any profit whatsoever
from tho days receipts for the La
goon resort never offered over 10 per
cent of tho days business to any lodge
or society
It Is an established fact that Ellis
ar > > onmnna In n fnnll and on this
day they will no doubt eclipse any ef
fort heretofore In supplying 40 cents
worth of amusement at Lagoon for
absolutely nothing with each railroad
ticket purchased
6iVEN TliREE
DAYS 10
DEPART
Tho following dispatch to tho
Standard Is from Berlin
The twentyone Mormon mission
aries whoso expulsion from the coun
try upon the order of Her Dnlwitz
the Prussian minister of tho Interior
was to have taken place yesterday
have been given three days in which
to depart
Among those ordered expelled are
three American students who were
at the meeting when the roundup was
made by the police Today Irwin B
Laughlin charge daffaires at the
American embassy requested the for
eign office to cancel the orders of ex
pulsion in the cases of these three
The foreign office is entertaining tho
request which It appears likely will
he granted
fUNERAL Of ONE
Of WRECK VICTIMS
The funeral of Wolfotd I Bros
trom tho railroad man who was crush
ed to death In the railroad wreck on
tho OgdenLucln cutoff last Tues
day will be held at tho family resi
dence 524 East Seventh street at 1
oclock Sunday afternoon
Tho remains will lie In state at the
y residence and may be viewed
CHll tolhers who nEf WHO ARE SICKLY
w rho vatno lJlclr 00 cororurt Clod ho
box nr 1rlhlrJh D boUhJ Dn erbewtthoota
torajohroZnholm p swccl ruWllw tor ClilMrrn
Curt Fnerhb lfhCr ° n ThiyJIrnaknpOoMf
Of1kn u auebeanditnrracb I TccUlIu a I
POtYt11 rt TronltC AFaE
Ie DC EltFAII te1dbyal3DrusSlorcr
MIlIe pat aatptanytrttgfhU4 A trlll i AAb qn
IKU 11 01l11 IO 1 meths trio will oCdteca
key N
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I from the hour of 12 until 1 p m on
the day of the funeral After brIo
services at tho homo the funeral cor
tege will move to tho Eighth Ward
meeting house where other services
will bo conducted
Interment will take place in the Og
den Cly cemetery
fORMER RESIDENT
VISITS BROTER
L B Littlofleld a brother of E A
Littloflold Is renewing acquaintances
In Ogden after an absence of 17
years Of late years his homo has
been In Sacramento Calif Last May
ho started oast by steamer crossed
the Panama canal and continued on
to New York the Journey occupying
23 days Since then ho has been at
his old home in Minnesota whero at
the breaking out of the Civil war ho
enlisted In tho first army corps H °
is one of the veterans who wan on
guard duty in Washington during the
exciting days following Lincolns as
sassination
Mr Littlofield will remain here a
few days before proceedings on the
last leg of his Journoy homo
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Emma R Woolly and husband Ed
win T Woolly to Katherino Hartog
and Rosa JInrlog for G000 part of
lot 1 block 44 plat A of Ogdon
City survey
Joann Porter to Moroni Skeen for
2500 part of Jot C block 3 plat Bf
of Ogden City survey
R E Johnson and Daisy D Johnson
of Colorado Springs Cola to John A
Adams of Ogdeu for 10 all of low
1 to 32 Inclusive In Lawnadale addi
tion to Ogden City
POLICE ATHLETES ON DUTY
NEW YORK July 22 Martin
Sheridan worlds champion all round
athlete and John Flanagan and Mat
thew McGrath both champions in
hammer shot and discus throwing all
of whom are police patrolmen as
signed to duty In the marshals of
fice lost their easy berths today
when they were transferred to patrol
duty The only reason Avon for the
transfer was the good of tho sore
I IceThe
The three patrolmen who were
I members of tho famous Olympic loam
which won the worlds championship
In London in 1905 will later be as
signed to precincts
SENATOR CUMMINS
Continued from Page Ono
rich are driving the country into u
socialistic form of government and I
Industry by promoting the cause of i
monopolies They are unwilling to
take measures to prevent the rapid
ly growing tendency toward mpnop
oly or to disintegrate and destroy
the monopolies already In existence
whereby the prices of commodities
are fixed not by tho usual laws of
trade but by the will of a single man
or group of area Monopoly does not
mean a single factory with absolute
control of ono article nut a combin
ation of factories making the same
article whereby the prices are the
same In all whether or not tho fac
tories are owned by one company or
are controlled through a trust agree
ment
It is only within the last few
years that the lack of competition
between American and foreign goods
has become so marked that the peo
ple began to talk about the tariff
duties being too high The people
have found the absence of foreign
competition in the markets of this
country made It possible for thr
American manufacturer to Increase I
his prices at his own sweet will with
out regard to actual market condi
tions
Something Must Be Done
Tho feeling has grown that some
thing must be done with the tariff
to reestablish competition in trade
Tho Republican National convention
realized this and it had to make an
agreement that if It were success
ful it would revise the tariff so
n and trusts could no long
er annihilate competition through tho
tariff schedules This was the first
real recognition that tho tariff should
be put on a scientific basis whore the
measure of the import duties was not
to protect the difference In cost of
production at home and abroad wlm
a margin for a reasonable profit
In the Republican platform there
was no technical promise to revue
the tariff upward or downward The
party simply pledged itself to make
such revision of the tariff M would
equalize the cost of production here
and abroad and mako competition
possible tn this country In uifuiy
lines
Congrcco Duty to Revise Tariff
U was the duty of congress to
make this revision Congress did not
do 1L It did not oven attempt to do
it Under tho leadership of Cannon
and Aldrich the tariff wu revisej
1 without the slightest heed to the can
of production of anything It Is of1
1 no avail to reduce tho duties on nap
I commodity if the duty is left BO high
that the domestic producer can still
I maintain his prices by keeping out
competition or even make his prices
higher than before and still have low
I or duty Some duties wore reduced
but not so It would benefit tho Amen
lean people In any way because thus
I was no offort mado to get at the pro
luctlve cost of tho article
I In many cases tho charges wen
j hft so high that the price on many
j articles was Increased In the face of
a reduced tariff and because the do
mestlc manufacturer was not afrnU
1 of foreign competition l
S of Revision I
Hero Is a H tun pie The duty Oo
J steel rails was reduced from 72
I a ton to 503 a ton and still tbf
1 United Suites Steel corporation Ii
I able to maintain a price of f2S a ton
because wo make rails so much
j cheaper here than In other countries
The cotton schedule was actually
raised an average of 25 per cent sim
ply by changing tide duties from dl
I valorem to specific duties and this
was ono of tho biggest frauds perpo
I traded by congress In revising the
tariff
I In all the long debate on the tar
Iff bill Senator Aldrich never at
I tempted to apply tho standard of the
r Republican platform pledge He and
his followers openly and contemptu
ously repudiated over word of that
platform pledge In all the evidence
taken by tho house ways and means
commltteo there were not a dozen
Items of the six thousand In which
I showing was made as to the cost oi
production at home and abroad
I Repudiation of Republican Platform
It was an open and explicit repu
diation of our platform and a per
version of tho protective theory I
am not an Insurgent Republican If It
s said that I am lusurging Against
the Republican national platform I
am Insurglng against men of the Can
ronAIdrlch stripe mon who ore open
ly violating the pledges of the port
and advancing causes of monopolistic
control of Industry
Tho insurgents or progressives a
I better term offer two remedies
First knowledge of the cost of pro
duction No one knows what the
different items of cost nor are What
we need Is the constant work of anj
Intelligent independent Impartial t
and nonpartisan tariff commission
that can get theInformation and then I
tell congress just what it wants to
know The first intention of the
progressives Is to establish ouch s
commission Wo have made n start
in tho tariff board but It IB not the
host way of doing tho work
Tho second remedy Is to make a j
rule whereby any schedule of the tar
iff bill may be revised at will wltlij
out going through the whole of the
tariff schedule This would ellmj
mate tho Intolerable vice of the proj
I ont system whereby n congressman
will make combination with other
members and will vote for many
schedules bo believes arc absolutely
wrong to got a schedule ho believe
IH right
I and all progressive Republican
sincerely bellevo In the protection
theory but we do not believe In al
lowing monopolies to control the In
dustries of the country
I I
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Special Reductions
I on all Summer
Wearing s Apparel
for Men Women t
and Children
Prices Reduced From
25 5000 t
IF YOU HAVENT THE CA l t
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
The Mercantile
Installment Co j J
363 24th St 4
HARRYS PLACE

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