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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY TTITV 03 1n1n
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RANDOM
REfERENCES
Continued from Pago Five
If you cat oat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
Pioneer Day at PoslofficcOno de
Hvcry by carriers Stamp general rto
I llvory and registry windows open
from 10 a m to 11 a in Money or
der department closed L W Slvurt
lltf postmaster
Prize W < lltzSrhan Park Monday
jjuly 25th 3 cash prizes
Owing to Rev Caner speaking In
Sell Lnkt tomorrow there will be no
preaching at tho First Presbyterian
qhurch I The Sunday school will con
done as usual at 10 a m
The handmndo bridle which has
been on exhibition at tho Oxford will
lie raffled off Saturday July 23 at
S30
Cafe CloscsT A Stimson will
oloso his cnfo on Twentyfifth street
lato this f veiling after six years of a
successful business career Ho is one
of the tenants affected bv the order
of demolition to make way for Hud
sou avenue He reluctantly leaves
his old stand but says ho has in pros
pect larger aud bettor quarters for
a new car to bo built In accordance
with plans that are now being
drawn
B G Butter has a tasto ot
Spring freshness
From Waohlngton Max Boldon
0 burg of Washington D C has ar
rived In Ogden and taken the posi
tion hi the fiscal department of tho
forest service recently vacated by
Martin J OToole Mr OToolo and
hIs wife have gone to tho capital
after pleasantly spending a couple of
years In Ogden
Dance Saturday Night Hermitage
I Good music S p in Cars every 2
minutes
eG Dawos superintendent of the
Northwestern railroad and party
traveling in a private car arrived
this morning on Southern Pacific
No 10 and left on Union Pacific No
20
PIONEER DAY EXCURSIONS via
Oregon Short Line Salt Lake and
return 110 Also reduced rates to
all points In Utah Tickets on sale
July 23rd 24th and 2fith good return
lag July 26th City Ticket office 2514
Washington Ave
ExMayor Will lloylance of Provo
was in Ogden last evening looking
after business matters Ho states
that ho is pleased with the growth
of Ogden and that Ogden has a vrarm
place in his heart Mr Roylance is
president of the Provo Commercial
club
tj FOR KENT Bungalow 22nd and
Adams partly furnished P J Hen
sdcrshot 805 24th
Lectured Thursday Mrs Dr Mary
Janney has continued her journey to I
the coast She gave an Interesting
lecture to the members of the Ameri
can Womans League at the Carnegie
library Thursday night The lecture
was largely attended and much en
Joyed I
All aboard for the dance at the
Hermitage Saturday night
New HomcE S Rolapp is build
ing a fine residence on Hudson a ve
nue between Twentyeighth and
Twenty ninth streets The new home
will cost 2500
4 Kodak Dnlshlns Tripp 340 25th
L ptrect
On An Outing Bert McBrido and
family have gone to Evanston Wyom
ing for a short vacation Mrs Mc
BrIde will remain for a mouth or
more but Mr McBride will return
to his work In the Driver drug store
wIthin the next ten days The party
will join a company of Evanston
frends on an outing in tho mountains
south of tho city
Three good secondhand cars for I
sale at InterMountain Motor Co
U 221012 Washington Range from I
1325 to 600 Call and see them
Enjoying the Canyon George S
Taylor one of Provos most promin
ent business men Is spending a few
days in Ogden canyon with his daugh
ter Mrs Harold Peory Mr Taylor
S Is accompanied by his wife and daugh I
ter This Is the second year that
Mr Taylor and family have spent
their summer vacation In Ogden can
yon and they say it Is likely that their
visits to the Peory place will be made
annual affairs
0 U Dance Hermitage Saturday
r ulght 830
Marriage Licenses Sanford L
Rlverdalc and J
Bingham aged 21 of I
Miss Clara Kilter aged 24 of Eden I
Francis Thomas Meronhofer You Ar I
dyn aged 41 of Chicago and Miss
Barbara G Dalton aged 3G of Cm
cago Ebenezor Taylor aged 43 of
Ouray Colo and Mrs Maria Kossl
agod 34 of Ogden
For good floor good music good
cool place the Hermitage Saturday
night
MJoe Jans Very IIIMI Diena
Jans of Paine Hursts isHeinous
ly ill of typhoid The homo Is Hfir
antined and many friends are making
I
anxious Inquiries
I
Buy your anthracite coal during
July 1050 delivered Phones 149
Hobt B Lewis i
Everybody wolclmo Hermitage
Saturday night Dancing S30
Ills worth while to call J8 and get
our rates on storage coal Shurtllff
Co phones 18
Granted a Divorce George H Dav
nport was today granted an inter
4 Iftcutory decree of divorce from his
wife Rhoda Davenport who doaorlod
him upon tho KocotnJ anniversary of
their marriage Tho Davenport ro
roanco had Its origin In Farmington
ei Knero on April 23 1007 the happy
couple wore marriod All went well
or sccmlngwoll luitll April 23 1901
when by way ot celebrating tho anni
I versary Mrs Davonport loU her lois
band
i
i Dr Samuel L Brick has onovod his
I office lo rooms 3D and 33 Lewis build
lug
fit SPAS
GlOOM l y
Spreckels Says Business
Is to Be Depressed for
Political Purposes
I
Now York July 23 Rudolph
Spreckels son of Claus Sprockets ot
San Francisco and graft hunter
camo back from Europe today and
Kprcnks gloomily of the business out
look saying ho believed tho intcri
oats were preparing some moo to
Injure business temporarily for the
benefit of the standpatters who
want reelection to congress this fall
However said Mr Spreckels I
think the insurgents will bo returned
to congress In larger numbers and
will indirectly control legislation Ul
timately I think the great west will
prove to be the savior of the country
from the corporate interests
SMAll SifTS IN
LOR COURT
In tho civil division of tho munici
pal court this morning the Harness
Dlx company commenced suits
against tho following parties
Fred Haube and others for 110
Fred Raube for 12276
Mrs Violet Jensen for 173
C R Verable for 2G50
It is claimed In the complaints that
the several amounts arc duo the plain
tiff company on certain promissory
notes
Tho Studebaker Brothers company
commenced sui tagalnst W R Ross
to recover 8 alleged to bo due on a
promissory note
LIFE TENURE
OffiCES E11D
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WASHINGTON July 22Thc final
readjustment of affairs in the ma
rino corps was made today by a
chango In tho navy regulations ap
proved by President Taft which com
pletely breaks up the system by which
staff officers of tho corps have on
joyed long terms of duty at desks In
Washington
The change comes asone of the re
sults of tho recent court martial In
which most of the staff officers were
censured and the life tenure of of
fices In Washington condemned
Heretofore tho regulations have
provided that the officers of the staff
should be located here President
Taft now has approved a change to
require them to do duty where evei
they may be assigned by tho com
mandant Under the old regulations
the adjutant and inspector took
charge in the absence of the com
mandant Hereafter the secretary of
the navy will rcslgnate an officer to
fill such a temporary vacancy
Practically all tho existing lines of
succession arc wiped out and assign
ment of duty and the location of staff
officers Is left to tho discretion of tho
commandant of tho corps and tho sec
retary of the navy
TEDDY INTERESTED
bIN RAISIN MAINE
NEW YORK July 22 Theodore
Koosovclt spent the day at his edi
torial office in an animated rlscue
sion of literature
First State Senator George Cobb
was cloected with Colonel Roosevelt
At the end of their conference tho
colonel said with a smile We had a
very Interesting talk on literature
Representative Herbert Parsons of
Now York called next accompanied
by State Senator J Mayhcw Wain
wright At tho end of their confer
ence Colonel Roosevelt said with an
other smile
I have had another very Interest I
ing tallc on literature
Several now appointments for
speeches wore made today The Invi
tations Colonel Roosevelt has receiv
ed since ho returned lo America total
2034 according to his secretary
Colonel Roosevelt promised today
to speak before the Lincoln club In
New York on February 191
John F ORourko a Now York con
tractor appeared with a roll of blue
prints and pictures of battleships
He has a scheme for raising the wreck
of tho Maine When Colonel noose
yell hearer that Mr ORourko thought
ho know how to effect this he asked
him to call and explain his plan
Amon the other callers was C
Illldredth of Franltlln Neb
h
LONDON July 2rn a sixround
boxing bout for amateurs held hero
tonlcbt Mr Adler a London stock
broker won from Ivan Malta of Los
Angeles Cal
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
I > t VJSS ga jti ct
di co < w
GREATEST MILLINERY SALE
YOUR CHOICE OF LADIES
OGDEN HAS EVER KNOWN
AND CHILDRENS HATS 100
HATS 250 MISSES
BARGAINS IN
150 IMMENSE
STREET HATS 25 TO 9150
p
PLUMES FLOWERS RIBBONS
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DRIGGS 9 MILLINERY
2350 WASHINGTON AVE
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ELECTROCUTED
YHUJET WORI
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George Croft n Man of Family is Killed Near the Cornerof Adams
Avenue and Twentyfourth Stroetr Body t J
Lifeless When Discovered
George Croft aged CO years an em
ploye of tho Bell Tolophono company
was electrocuted this afternoon at
220 oclock while at work on tho
telephone line on Twentyfourth
street near Adams avenue
Croft was discovered lying across
the telephone wires In midair and in
vestigation proved that he was dead
It Is thought that the mans death
was caused by tho crossing of the
lBUR6lAR hAS
CONfESSED
6UIL T
Harry Lawrence the young man
who created some little excitement
In the city yesterday by returning to
the Parry place which ho had bur
glarized tho day before and being
captured alter a chase by an officer
In an automobile has confessed to
Detective Ponder that ho burglarized
the Parry residence and the Cottage
rooming house stealing therefrom
jewelry and other things of value
amounting to about 150
The man was determined Immedi
ately after hi arrest that he would
not divulge tho secrets of his heart
and he actually went so fat as to
deny that ho was implicated In the
robberies but after reflection and a
talk with his sweetheart a respect
ed young lady ol this city he con
cudod to make a bold breast of the
whole affair He says he entered the
rooming house and the Parry home
but that ho had nothing to do with
the burglary oC tho Stevens residence
Ho states that ho had a partner and
that he might have turned the trick
at the Stevens place while he was
making tho other hauls
This morning with handcuffs on
his wrists and accompanied by Dc
tectlvo Robert Chambers Lawrence
directed the way to his room where
he had much ot tho plunder cashed
and to pawn shops where he had
sold some and tho property was re
turned to the owners
The young man states that he will
plead guilty to tho charge of bur
glary and give the officers no fur
ther trouble if thoy will not try to
prosecute him on two counts This
has virtually been agreed upon
Samples of the silverlead bars of
metal at the police station were tak
en by the officers of the city under
tho direction of County Attorney Dav
id Jensen to bo sent to Salt Lake for
analysis
Tho value of tho bars of bullion
will have much to In tho prosecution
of William Beck and Rhelnbold Mal
ken who are charged with stealing the
same If the valuation Is more than
350 the men have committed the
crime of grand larceny but they arc
guilty of only pe lt larceny If the
bars are worth less than 50
There wore ten bars stolon weigh
ing on an average of 90 pounds each
Under the present price of lead tho
bars are worth only about 40 hut
if the analysis shows a little silver it
may enhance the valuation of tho
bars to 50 or more Returns from
the assayer will bo received In tho
course of a few days
It will be remembered that a few
weeks ago the watchman for the rail
road companies in the Ogden yards
found the defendants with thrco
other men endeavoring to cover the
bars of bullion and also their trackd
leadlnf from the cache He arrested
them and brought them to jail three
of the men however baking their
escape before they were out of tho
railroad yards The bullion was
found to belong to a party In the cast
It being on its way from the Murray
smelters to Its destination It is
evident that tho men burglarized the
car containing tho bullion and throw
It out upon the ground but the of
ficers say It will bo cjulto difficult to
prove the charge of burglary Beck
and Malkon have boon bound over on
the charge of grand larceny
NE DEN NOT
FiNED BY
COURT
In the police court this moniinp
there wore but two persons charged
with violating the city law who an
swered their names when called by
the cleric
C B Gibson was arrested Thurs
day evening July 21st at which time
lie deposited 5 for his appearance in
court lie was uot present however
this morning when ClerIc Fulton call
od for him The bond was forfeited
Gibson was charged with being uu
lawfully drunk
Anna Jones a colored woman had u
10 bond on file with the desk ser
geant for her appearance on the
charge of vagrancy She failed to ap
pear and the bond was forfeited
Mina Bond forfeited a bond In the
sum of SlOO for her failure to appear
in court and answer tho charge ol
vagrancy
Emma Thompson failed to appear
on tho charge of vagrancy and hei
510 bond was forfeited Miss Thomp
son Is a colored woman having ap
peared In court yesterday and l lead
cd not guilty to tho charge Durlnp
tho afternoon of yesterday though
she succeeded In securing ball
When the namo of William Scheff
lor charged with disturbing the peace
was called ho promptly responded
and entered a plea of not gulty
The case was set for hearing Tuus
day niorrilng and the young man was
released on his own recognizance
telephone wires with tho wires or tho
Utah Light company
I Croft was employed as a cable
splicer by tho Bell company and was
I an adopt at his work
Tho remains were taken down
from their lofty bier and removed to
the undertaking looms of the Boa
tonKlrkcndall company
The unfortunate man resided at 729
Thirtieth street and a wife and fam
ily survive him His soil George Is
a student at Weber academy
Tho complaint alleges thai on July
2lBt tho defendant attompted to
shoot Isaac Horper much lo ho an
noyance and discomfiture oC tho lat
ter
I Under the pseudonynin of John Doe
the clothing merchant of 160 Twenty
fifth street pleaded not guilty to keep
ing his place of business open on
Sunday The case will bo tried next
Tuesday and in the meantime tho
merchant will bo permitted to go on
his own recognizance
It having been represented to the
court that Thomas Nordon charged
with conducting a hot tamale business
In the city without a license has u
family of children and must ply his
trade to support them and that to fine
him or imprison him would nmke it
Impossible for him to properly take
care of thorn the court stated that a
i sentence would not bo pronounced for
I another week and that tho defend
I ant might in tho meantime sco the
proper committee of tho city council
and get tho privilege of conducting
the business without license
The court rendered a decision In
tho case of the City against A R
lleywood tried for maintaining a nuls
I nnco an unsanitary place In the city
j In which the defendant was found not
guilty and the defendant dismissed
I In passing Judgment the court stat
ed that tho property In question bo
longed to the Commercial National
I bank and not to the defendant and
I that the corporation legally Is re
I sponsible for the keeping of the same
The court further observed that the
statutes are plain regarding proced
ure in cases where corporations are
responsible fjor tho violation of the
I law and that the corporation In this
case should have been tried for tho
offense rather than tho defendant
Heywood
cJOCIETY I
81TH ELLBOWMAN
Tho home of B A Bowman bill
liantly lighted and prettily deco
rated with roses sweet peas
ferns and palms was the scene of a
pretty homo wedding lust evening
when the Rev N S Etdorkln by the
beautiful ring ceremony united In tho
holy bonds of matrlmpnv Ernest S
Bowman of Ogden and Miss Olive M
BIthell of Ophlr and Miss Nclllo
Bowman as bridesmaid and Joseph
BIthell Jr brother of tho bride as
beat man The wedding march was
played by Miss Stella Glanflold Tho
bride was beautiful in white mesua
line silk gown effectively trimmed
with lace and carrying a shower bou
quet of brides rosee and the groom
was handsome in tell evening dress
Following the nuptial ceremony an
elaborate wedding supper was served
on the pretty back lawn which was
bcautlfujly decorated lighted and ar
ranged for the occasion Covers for
forty guests were laid on the long
dining table which presented a beau
tiful scene under tho festoons of elec
tric lights Bouquets of rosos and
roses scattered over the snowy cloth
made an effective decoration
The brIde and groom wore the re
cipients of many beautiful wedding
gifts with hearty congratulations
from their many friends Mr Bow
man Is a popular Ogden boy and a
graduate of tho class of OS Univer
j city of Utah as a mining ongineer Ho
ihaB been employed In that capacity
i at the Cliff mine In Ophlr since hist
graduation and has won many friends
as well as a bride in his now field of
labor
About twenty guests from Salt
Lako were among those who wit
nessed tho ceremony
Mr and Mrs Bowman after a two
weeks honeymoon will be at home lo
their friends In Ophlr
Miss Violet and Roszola Smith left
Friday on a pleasure trip for Cove
Cache county as guests of Miss Roslo
Allen They will visit different points
north before returning homo
Mr raid Mrs G J S Abels left
this afternoon at 310 for Oregon lo
be gone three weeks
Mrs Frank Petersen entertained a
party of six at dinner at the Hermit
age last evening In honor of Miss Car
rie Davis
=
t Messages from Mark Brown to his
mother Mrs Emniu Smith announco
his arrival with Frank Holman an
i Oxford student and George Hedger a
I U of U graduate In London July 4
the American passengers and friends
alining tho national airs and their
arrival In Paris July It where tho
three young men all Utah boys wore
pleasantly received and delightfully
L entertained by Utah young ladles who
are vocal oultuib students In tho
s French metropolis Mr Brown will
return In the fall to resume his
studies at Columbia college New
> York
I Continued on Page Eight
CLUBMAN GOES TO JAIL
CHICAGO JuJly 22Wills Colin
solman broker and clubman whose
divorce from his lnnane wife Lulu
Counaolman waG net aside by the
courts after Couusclman married
Miss Clara Freqch was sentenced to
three months In jail by Judge diet
lain in tho Superior court here to
day Judge Chetlaln held Counsel
man in contempt ot court because
of the brokers tcatlmooy in tho dl
vorco hearing
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fICA V A TIN6
FOR NEW I
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BlEATER
Excavation work was begun on the
Lyceum theater ground today under
the direction of Contractor S N
Mold J IL MucklcHB the theater
man who has a longtime lease on
the new playhouse is giving the build r
Ing operations his personal attention
Hj says ho wants tho house to be as
ho wants It and to that end he Is I
going to watch the progress of the I
work
r
1 am going to expend about 6000 I
In furnishing the Interior of the I
building and naturally I want to see I
I
that the architectural plans are ear
ned oul to the letter I am going
to call the now theater the Lyceum
under which name the old ono was I
known but I want to assure tho good
people of Ogden that it will be qulto
a different playhouse It looks to me
as though the theater will be ready
for occupancy by September 15th
State Treasurer Dave Mattson was
In the city today looking after busi
ness Interests He states that his 90
room hotel on tho corner of Lincoln
avenue and Twentyfifth street will
be in course of construction lu the
near future
T AfT LEA V tS FOR
NORTHEAST ARBOR
BAR HARBOR Me July 22 Pres
ident Taft brought his stay In Bar
Harbor to a close this afternoon Ho
left as a member of a merry coaching
party headed for Seal Harbor eleven
miles away The Mayflower steamed
around to Seal Harbor to meet the
president The yacht afterward went
lo Northeast Harbor and anchored
there for the night with the presiden
tial party on board Tomorrow morn
Ing she will steam across French
mans bay to the Mount Desert Ferry
where Mr Taft will take n special
train to Bangor After vislllng that
city for two hours and making a
speech ho will proceed special
train to Ellsworth the homo of Sen
otar Hale to bo tho hatters cuest un
til Sunday afternoon Mr Taft also
will make short speech at Ellsworth
The president left everybody in Bar
Harbor happy He mot the townspeo
ple today on the village greon and
made a speech to them He spoke of
the value of vacations anti won much
applause by saying that two weeks
no longer sufficed for summer rest
but sixty Ilays seemed the prooer time
In which to recuperate from the norve
oxhauKflng work of the winter The
president told the people of Bar Hjar
her the summer air bore was bin
champagne In a prohibition state
and that the severe winterstended to
build un a sturdy and never surrend
ering race
Guest of Mrs Mark l
As soon as the president had fin
ished his speech he mounted the
coach which was tooled bv PhUUp
Llviniston of Now York and with a
flourish of trumpet was away for
Seal Harbor Arriving there he and
his party wore entertained at lunch
eon by Mrs Iark Ilanna Tonight
the party was entertained at luncheon
bv Mrs Charloumncne Towor at her
place two miles from tho harbor
Mr Taft is adhering strictly to his
determination to keen away from pol
itics on this trio There was not a
sucrgcsllon of nolltlcs In Ills speech
today He snoke as follows
In my fathers time ho thought
although a hard workIng lawyer that
two weeks was ample vacation time
I during the entire year and when T
came to the bar be suggested that IT
T stayed at homo in the summer
months I would mako a good deal
more money than If I wont away
Necessity of Vacation
But the American people have
found that there is such a thing as
exhausting the capital of ones health
and constitution and Unit two or three
months vacation after the hard and
nervous strain to which one Is sub
jected In the autumn and spring Is
necessary
Mr Justice Strong of the sunremo
bench who lived to he SS or 39 told
me It was part of his life to take sixty
days each year out In the woods exer
cising and living In the open air and
to that he attributed his long life
ENDflF STRIKt
NOT IN SIGHT
MONTREAL July 22The end of
tho fourth day of the strike of the
Grand Trunk conductors and trainmen
showed little prospects of a settle
ment The attempts of Mackenzie King
minister of labor to secure a cessa
tion of hostilities by a resort to arbi
tration have so far resulted merely
In a reltehatlon by both of the parties
that they are willing to arbitrate on
lines they suggested Monday after
noon just bofom the strike was or
dered
Tho company sucoeded In moving
some today on most of its divisions
and prlmlsos and to do much hotter
tomorrow
Reports tonight from Brockvillo say
that a mob of a thoucond per sns sap
turcd platform of tbo railway sta
tion and held possession all evening
the police being unable or unwilling
to dislodge them
PORTLAND Ore July 22Miss
Anna C Nalla of Sacramento was to
nlcht reelected president of the
LujUetj Auxiliary of tho jVnclQiit Or
dorpf Hiborulans
i
PANAMA July 22J StJt Hlrt
American minister to
the retiring
Panama wjio recun ly < wBappolnled
to rVpnffsucln left hare todavfor the
United States < ftfjv
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t TRD THE CLASS iDSrr y
WilL SPEAK ON
CINESE MISSION I
ll s Cairlo Davis of San Francisco
will speak In tho Methodist church
Sunday morning at il00 a m con
cerning the work of thin oman
Home MlKfilonary socloly for Chlnooo I
women and children
It will be rnmembored that about a
year ago Miss Davis was In Ogden
having with her seven of tho child
ren of the home who gave a number
of concMts aud entertainments mak
ing many friends IMcuuso of thin dc j
sire of the fronds mado known at
the time to Know of lie results of I
the trip and to hear from the children
Miss Davis has consented to speak at
tho church p Iicl
DEHCTIVE GUN
CAUSES ACCIDENT I
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WASHINGTON July 2210 tho
I
failure of a safotly mecbanlclam to
operate when a sudden powerful pull I
I was given by an artilleryman In at I
taching tho lanyard Is now laid the
I responsibility for the accdent which
cost the lives of 11 mon at Fortress
Monroe Va In the battle proctico I
I yesterday Such Is the conclusion of j
General Crozior chief of ordinance i
United Slates army who attended the
I practice and who has been In touch
with the inquiry made by the investi
1 gating board
I Never before in tho history of tho
I army had the device failed to work
The possibility of Its occureuce was I
demonstrated however by General j
Crozier himself shortly after the ac
cident by a test made of all the guns
which participated In the practice Su
the practice In another gun of tho III
fated DeRussy battery the device was I
i found defective when General Crozier
applied unusual force such as never I
deemed necessary In tests and ex I
aminations Just before the accident
the gun was pronounced by the offi
cers In proper condition and In Aprlu
a coast artillery officer on Inspec
tion duty reported that Its premature
1 explosion was beyond the range of
possibility Steps will be taken at
once to remedy the device Of course
it Is entirely possible so to change
the mechanism as to prevent another
accident such as that of Thursday
said General Crozler
I Funeral of Victims
1 NEWPORT NEWS Va July 22
Impressive military services were con
ducted this evening over the bodies
of seven of the eleven victims of ves
terdavs Occident at Fort Monroe Ctp
loin J K H Scott post chaplain con
ducted the services Thc post band
led the funeral procession and a choir
of fifty voices with American flags
and surrounded by flowers The fun
erals of the other victims will ho held
t
tomorrow
The lost is awaiting with intense
interest the roport of tho hoard of
Investigation
AUTO ORDlNANCf
READY fOR von
I SALT LAKE July 2After weeks
of delay the automobile ordinance
was finally completed by the com
mittee of the whole Thursday oveung
at the meeting of the city council and
was prepared for final passing at tho
session next Friday night There
wore few provisions left for consider
ation Thursday evening the chief
i points covered being the following
I Motorcycles must pay a license of
S3 a year
Bicycles and motorcycles are barr
j ed from the sidewalks
I Mufflers must be attached to motor
cycles
Vehicles unattended by drivers must
not bo loft standing within 10 foet
of any fire hydrant O
I It will be unlawful for an intoxi
cated person to drho any vehicle
througt the streets of the city
1 Drivers of automobiles and motor
I cycles must bo oxer the age of 1C
years
Electric machines may use aholl
instead of a horn to hound warnings
Samuol M Barlow chief cii police
suggested that no automobiles ho por
mlttcd lo stand for moretTinu Jive
minutes In tho congested hu nTss dis
trict but no action was taken on the
proposal
The law ends with the penalty for
I II violation of any of its provisions
a maximum of S299 or an equivalent
j number of days in jail
II ST PAUL July 22An attempt
mado ihls afternoon by Mrs John
I Crosby and daughter Pearl 10 years
i old of Lludfitrom Minn to save the
lives of Mrs Chris Mleson and hor S
year old son John of St Paul ro
sulted in both being drowned In the
I waters of North Lake a branch of
Lake Chicago
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NO SALOONS H
ON TUE NEW
AVENUE H
If a movement now under way does
not go awry there will be no saloons
gambling houses or other places of t
business which might bo looked upon
by any part ot tho public as other I
than accopUblu on tho now block of
Hudson avenue Thin movoment for
what Is termed a clean street U
lead by Josoph Peery They have con
siderable property Interests on tho
now thoroughfare so have both a
moral and economic Interest in tho
project which they IH fostering I
In an effort to get the othr prop
erty holders to combine with them
In the project a circular letter baa
been sent out of which the following
IB an extract I
Hudson avcnuo stands In danger
of being the Commercial street of I
Ogden III that event It will bo a hlsa
nnd byword to all shunned by re I I
spectable women and a real menace
and Injury to tho Washington avenue
proporty
It can bE made a clean street
whoro mothers will go and send their
children that will increase In value
rapidly and a street that We will
point with pride on owning property jI
therein It all depends on the owners I
t
ers
J suggest that we call a meeting
of the property owners and work up
a sentiment among them to make
Hudson acenuts a clean and respect
able street I would like to talk to
such a gathering Then to get their
slgnaUores to something like this
We the property owners of Hud
son avenue Ogden nutually agree
not to let our Hudson iveuue prop
city be occupied for saloon purposes
gambling dlsrcputabla rooming
houses assignation or bawdy 1l0U5 f
or places of III repute That we
pledi oursclvo to m our endear
oiR lo jsit Eli ulstin jci > ue a cu
moral tr t which wJi have agioil
flame In the conrnuilty That we
will frequent the street both by walk
ing and riding in yiuie that we will
1 assist the merchants who dn business
thireiu by giving thom patronage
It is likely that a meeting of the
property owners will be held within
It few days when some such resolu
tion as the one above quoted will
j be acted upon
i This moral movement is backed ma
I torially by the plans of buildings
which a number of Hudson avenue
I men now have in the hands of archi
tects J T Hurst reccntlv organized
I a company to Improve tho Auditor I
I hum which will face the new avenue
with an SOfoot front A second story
Is to be added to this structure Vhlo 1
it Is not known definitely what the
1 building will lie used for It is prob
able thai the first floor will be rent
cd for store roinis while the upper
I looms will be made into offlces
j The Peery brothers are getting out
plans for a modern office and store
i building at the corner of Hudson ave I
nue and Twentyfifth street It will
be a twostory structure and thorough
ly uptodate It will ho built on the
i site of the building now occupied by 1
I the American Tea company for al
I though only a part of the present r
structure needs to be torn down to
I
make way for the new street all of
It will be razed and a new block con
structed
It is believed that every owner of
land facing Hudson avenue has some
what similar plans for making tho
I street a modem business thorough
i faro
I fareTUtRAPIllC BRlfFS
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i ROANOKE VA July 22 Robert
Hudson was shot and killed Ernest
Hudson aged 11 his son was fatal
I ly wounded and R A Walk a con
I stable was wounded at Maxnrcadows
Va when Constable leo Alford 1
went to arrest the elder Hudson
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I ELI FONTAIlI 0 July 22
Jos Bush alleged leader of the mob
I
which hanged Carl M Etherington at
Newark 0 July S was arrested at
Harper a village near here last
night and placed In the Newark jail 1
today Bush had been In hiding at
the home of a relative
1
GEORGETOWN KY July 22A
novel method to save the wheat crop
of Scott county was resorted to to
day when a number of farmers ap
peared before the county Judge to
request that prisoners be lined In
order to get thorn to harvest the
tho lines
i crop In several instances
ran as high as 10 All of the pris
oners went willingly
NEW YORK July 22Col Robt
M Thompson who was abroad on
June 17 Inst when tho federal grand
Jury indicted him together with Jap
A Patton and five others for con
spiracy In restraint of trade In con
nection with the operation of an al I
leged cotton pool today surrendered
hlniHolf to the United States Com
missioner Shields Col Thompson
was released on a 5000 bond
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