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I h 0 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDBN UTAH FRIDAY JULY 29 1910
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Clothes aRLnftftHe
Expense
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INSTALLMENT
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366 24th St HARRYS PLACE
Keep Your Credit Good
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aUNION LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
ind Phone two rings No 56
Bell Phone No 322
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone one ringNo 56
Bell Phone one ringNo 56
RANDOM
REFERENCE
Call Allen pnonco 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calk
t specialty Also prompt delivery of
laggBge 412 25th
Got your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Lino tickets at tho office In the
Opera House Block Dont force your
self to stand In lino at the Depot
For SoieOlii mats Good to put
undor carpets Inquire Standard office
Advertisers must have their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which the advertise
ment is to appear in order to Insure
publication
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Continued on Page Seven
> 4 POWER COMPANY
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The Weber Canyon Power company
In is experiencing the disadvantage of
having completed Its new power plant
is in Weber canyon and being unable to
commenco the operation of it owing
to the fact that the water cannot bo
shut off from the irrigating canal of
f1 the Davis Weber counties Canal
I company long enough to permit the
1 reservoir above the plant to fill
Everything Is In readiness for start
Ing the big plant in operation but tho
f ater above the dam Is not deol
enough to cover the intake pipe
tc3 through which water must be conduct
ed to tho planl The Intake pipe is
i 1 seven feet In diameter which will ne
ih cessitate that depth of water at least
S before the machinery can bo put In
Qrj motion
li There Is an abundance of water In
the river and It is thought that the
ec I reservoir could bo filled In less than
1i 24 hours but the farmers whose crops
lU f depend on the supply being maintain
W ed in the canal will not permit the
J Company to turn off water for even
1ij tho short time mentioned
tV As tho irrigation canal hcadgatos
are below the power plant and the
abundance of water In the river must
L pass through the power plant on its
way to the canal hoadgates when once
the reservoir IB filled sulfloiently to
r y cover the plants intake pipe the pow
er company Is at a loss how to pro
1s ceed In as much as the Irrigating com
pany has the prior rights to the water
t p and are therefore 111 a position to dic
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SNODGRASS PARTY
r fARING OGDEN
Dr Carl Snodgrass who Is motoring
from Muncie Ind to Ogdou In com
pany with his wife and Mrs W II
Mobloy has reached Cheyenne In
good condition nod reports an Ideal
trip thus far
A telogramwas received from the
party last evening stating that they
had reached Cheyenne after a run of
260 miles and that the car was work
ing fine no repairs of any description
having y been found necessary
I Tho dispatch also stated that poor
roads were anticipated between Chey
enne and Ogden and that no attempt
at fast time would be made
Mrs Moblcy joined Dr and Mrs
Snodgrass at Omaha and tho ladles
are reported to ho thoroughly enjoy
ing their experience notwithstanding
the rather strenuous trip over desert
roads and barren foothills In West
ern Nebraska and Wyoming
IO = ACRE ORCHARD AND
POULTRY FARM
Mostly Jonathan and Winesap ap
ples none bettor In the county Tho
big fruit companies buy them right
on the trees I expect at least a thou
sand dollars worth of apples alone
besides plenty of other fruit for homo
use A fIne chicken plant kith about
I ISO purebred chickens horsos cows
pigs wagons buggy harness and farm
Implements Good water right and
fine soil
A practically new 5room house
with fine flowing water Inside It is
cheap at G000 But I must sell
quick and will do a little better If
r can sell before August 6Ui Will
give time on about half at C per cent
Only 2 12 miles from city limits
on the Plain City car lino
Address the owner H M Barrows
972 23rd St Ogden or see me on the
place until August 5th
SHERiff ARRfSTS
A PICKPOCIH
Sheriff Wilson captured a pickpock
et at the fair grounds last evening
while the crowds were passing out at
the close of the boxing contest
Alexander Taylor Jr was among
the outgoing spectators and on ap
proaching the entrance gate he felt
some onos hand In his poclot In the
act of withdrawing his pocketbook
Taylor made a grub for the fellow
but tho latter was too quick for him
and dropping the poclcotbook made
off through tho crowd
Sheriff Wilson was standing near
and on learning of the incident start
ed on a run after the fugitive The
pickpocket headed for a field near by
and despite the command of the sher
iff to stop continued his light until
a shot from the olllcers revolver tired
in tho air Induced him to hall
TIc gave the name of Frank ONeil
and was locked up on tho charge of
robbery
David Russell reported to the police
last evening that his pocket was
picked of 5 shortly after the close of
the Boxing contest while he was leaving
ing tho grounds with tho crowd of
spectators
THE BIG FAIR AT OGDEN
Ogdon Utah has certainly inaug
urated something that will please all
sheep and wool men In securing the
International Sheep Show rind Auc
tion Sale In tho past it has been
the source of much expense and an
noyance to the sheep men to visit
the herds of the various breeders In
different parts of the country to pro
vide his flocks with tho requisite
number of rams each year By bring
ing the breeder and the buyer lo
gother gives the purchaser a largo
assortment from which to select and
at less expense also tho breeder an
opportunity of meeting tho sheepmen
on their own grounds It further aids
the breeder In tho way of avoiding the
enormous expense of reaching out and
hunting up buyers for his offerings
Recently the desire has been advanced
among sheepmen to patronize the
breeder who comes out and mingles
with them Knowing that this is tho
right way to sell the breeders will be
on hand with their herds making the
largest collection of blooded sheep
over assembled at one place
All at tho FourState Fair Ogden
September 23rd to 29th 1010
PfTITIONS fOR LfTTfRS
Of AOMINISTRAT
In tho adjustment of thc estate of
Thtirman Barney Hicks who died on
April 26 1 JOB at Los Angeles Cal I
leaving property in Weber county
rallied at 1500 the principal heir I
Mattlo Hayilon Hicks asks the dis
trict court that the letters of admin
istration bo delivered to her and
George ldmundAhOttS
Eben Moore Estate
Elizabeth P Moore one of the I
heirs in the estate or the late Eben I
H Moore who died April 25 1009 in
Now York asks that letters of admin
istration be Issued to Alma Chambers
The Moore estate In Wnbor county IB
valued at a little less than 1000
NEW BOULEVARD
TO THE CANYON
Ogdon Is to construct an eightyfoot
boulevard to connect Twentyfourth
streol with the canyon boulevard
which commences lu the vicinity ot
Nineteenth street The boulevard will
bQ practically an extension of Harrison
son avenue which when completed
will nrofjle a Continuous highway from
the city to tho mouth of Ogden can
yon
yonAl tho present time a number of
short cuts are mado along narrow
roads which are In fact private prop
erty and the prospect afforded tho
casual visitor is not ono tending to
impress him favorably with the facili
ties for reaching the beautiful resort
by automobile or carnage
The street department had this
project under consideration for a long
time but nothing definite has been
done until this lime
A considerable amount of grading
will be necessary In places at ono
point nearly six feet of earth will have
to be removed to bring the street
dbwn to the prescribed level
It is estimated that the work will
cost about 3000 and operations will
bo commenced as soon as the city
forces can be spared from time work
now nearly completed on Adams are
Ohio between Thirtyfirst street and I
the city limits to ho south
REMEMBER THE BIG OUTING
OF THE STAR WASATCH
AND RIVERDALE CAN
NING COMPANIES
In Connection With the Hooper Brace
Band at Lagoon Auguct 1st
1910
Free tickets to contractors and em
ployes of all the above canneries Spe
cial excursion rates for everyone
Dancing and amusements for both old
and young Come and bring your
friends Everyone cordially Invited
August 1st 1010 Excursion via
Bamborgor Line W J Parker Man
ager
BUilDING AND
IMPROVING OGDEN
Rapid progress Is being made In the
excavation work on the new Lyceum
theater that IB being built on Twenty
fifth street between Grant and Lin 1
coln avenues and tho contractor says
It will not be many days before tho
cement men con begin operations
Contractor Moran Is pushing the
paving work on Canal avenue with
all possible speed he stating that he
hopes to turn it over to the use of tho
owners and the public within the next
ten days There has been some delay
In the work because of the changing
of plans by the engineers but nothing
is In the way now and a full force of
men arc at work on tho Job
Charles Richardson who Is razing
the buildings on Hudson avenue re
ports that the tearing down process
so far has moved along satisfactorily
and that no bad luck has bean en
countered Tho Tribe Liquor com
pany are busily engaged moving their
stock of floods to another building on
Twentyfourth street and expect to be
through with the moving process by
the first of next week Henry Wcss
ler Sons are removing the bar fix
tures and stock from the building on
Twentyfifth street which they have
used as a saloon for the past few
months and John Stlrason will have
his cafe fixtures and stock out of the
basement of the Wessler building in
the course of a few days Other par
ties occupying buildings on the ave
nue are gelling Into other places and
it is anticipated that within the next
ten days or two weeks a team may bo
driven along Hudson avenue from
Tweutj fifth to Twentyfourth streets
feet red
So Tired
TIZ Makes Sick Feet Well No
Matter What Ails Them
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aching swollen feet remarkably fresh I
and sore proof I
Its the sure remedy you luiow for
everything that puts the matter with
your feet Its for sore feet and for
sweaty badsmelling feet and for
corns callouses and bunions too
For years I have boon troubled with
sore and tender feet suffered Intense
palna Have had the assistance of
physicians without relief I bought n
box of TIZ which worked a perfect
cure as It has with a great many of
my friends I would not be without It
All It requires in to be Known to be
universally used A F Droutzer Chi
cago
TIZ is not a powder Powders and
other foot remedies clog up the pores
Tai draws out all poisonous exuda
tions which bring on soreness of the
feet and is the only remedy that does
TIZ cleans out every pore and glorifies
tho loet yqur feet
Youll novor limp again or draw up
your faco In pain and youll forgot
about your corns bunions and cal
louses Youll feel like a new person
TIZ Is for sale at all druggists 25
cents per box or it will ho sent you
direct If you wish from Walter Luth
er Dodge Co Chicago 111
JOH J GREINER CHARGES I
I fRAUD IN HIS ANSWR iI
That his note was received by
fraudulent misrepresentation In tho
purchase of one thousand shares of
I stock In the dofunot Superior Brick
Tllo and Milling Company is tho con
tention of John J Greiner in his an
swer to the suit brought against him
by the receivers of that company
Grelners answer which was tiled in
the District Court yesterday voices
a number of charges against tho pro
motors of tho Superior company of a
sensational nature It says that the
defendant was told by F P Johnson
a representative of tho company that
the company owned valuable land in
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the vicinity of Ogden on which thoro
wore deposits of clay of great worth I
In the manufacture of brick and tile
That the defendant was shown a great j
deal of machinery and told that It he I
longed 10 tho company und that later
aftor he had made tho purchase of
tho stock and given his note he found
that the company did not own any I
valuable land or machinery A num
ber of other misrepresentations are
claimed which may tend to make ti I
collection of the note difficult
NOTICE I
Bids will be received to be opened I
August 20th 1910 at 2 oclock n in
nl the office of the undersigned
Poanl of Trade building Salt Lake i
City Utah for the furnishing of SOO I
000 pounds first Quality oats and 800
tons straight timothy hay delivery to I
bo made at regular Intervals during j
period of one year from award of con j
tract lu submitting bids on above I
material state price f o b Salt Lake i
City giving full particulars as to f
quality of materials to be furnished
The undersigned reserves tho right to
reject any or all bids
P J MORAN
Box 753 Salt Lake City Utah I
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DIVORCE DECREE
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Another Tune wedding with its
flowered hopes of perpetual happl i
ness Is to be prosaically quashed hy
divorce Mrs Minnie U Brown who
on June 27 1000 was a happy bride
now asks the district court for legal
separation from her husband L W j
Brown on the grounds that ho has for i
tho post year failed to provide her I
with the means of life j
Mrs Brown vows that her husband
receives a salary of one hundred dol I
lars a month and is therefore capable
of providing for his wlfo and child
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I Florence T yet has refused for one
year to lend her any aid whatever
She asks the court to grant her a dl I
vorce an dtho custody of the child I
and that her husband be compelled to
pay the costs of the court and pay to
her a monthly alimony sufficient to
support the child
NOTICE
This is to certify that my wife
Eliza Powers has left me without
any Just provocation and against my j
will having also sold our home
wiiirh r deeded to her many years
j ago therefore r will pay no debts
cntrncwu by her i
DR II J POWERS
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C1FEFLOYES
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Some norvy individual perpetrated I
a farcical bluff yesterday on the em
ployes of the Ogden Rapid Transit
company whose business It Is to at I
tack the advertising banners to the
street cars
The big cloth banners advertising
tho boxing contest last evening were j
being fastened to the cars at the car I
barns when an individual walked up
and with a fine show of authority ce
mandcd that they ibc removed in
stantly
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The employes hesitated for a mo
ment but the stranger became so em
phatic In his commands that under I
no circumstances would signs adver
tising the boxing contest be allowed I
on any of tho cars that the banners
wero reluctantly removed and the
cars proceeded down town without the
lurid adornments
After a lime some one called up
Manager Bailey to Inquire If ho had
issued any Instructions regarding the
banners and he replied of course
that he had not It was soon discov
ered that the domineering individual
who had compelled the men to remove
the banners was some ono without
authority to do so the result being
that on the next trip past tho car
barns the banners were adjusted as
intended nobody appearing the sec
ond time to oppose the matter
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses were issued yes
terday afternoon to tine following cou
ples Chester M Culler aged 13 years
of Portland county Oregon and Mrs
Callie Do Lair aged 10 years of
Sparks Nevada
Victor N Hanson aged 21 of EJ
wood and Miss Ella Ivorson aged
20 of Bear River City
SECRET CONTRACT AND
DOUBLE SET OF BOOKS
Chicago July 29In a continua
tion of his testimony before Master In
Chancery Mason in the Illinois Con
tral suit here today Harold A Sims
former traveling car Inspector for the
Illinois Central road told of a se
cret contract which ho asserted tho
Memphis Car company had with a
Memphis lumber company The com I
pany he declared maintained separ
ate books showing that lumber pur
chased for the railroad company
was at a higher price than that ac
tually paid Out of this arrange
ment Slmo asserted his share of the
profits amounted to 7SO before a
quarrel with the head of tho con
cern caused him to end his cornice I
tou with the repair company
Henry C Ostcrnian president of
the car company who failed to heed
a summons to appear and testify will
be arrested tomorrow for contempt of
court unless he appears according to
the master In chancery
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TICKETS GOOD ONLY ON TRAIN LEAVING OGDEN
SATURDAY AUGUST 6TH 810 P M
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YELLOWSTONEI
An exceptional opportunity for Ogden People to tour Yellowstone Cost
including mil and stage
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The resent sale of stock in the Lucky Man Mine has produced 1
sufficient means to send the work forward Those who are just from
the district in which this mine is located are filled with enthusiasm I <
over the prospeits Some miners wh have been on the property x I
lately are very desirous of going to work on the Lucky Man Mine and
1 are willing to take slack for their
wagesnot only ire these men r
willing hut eager to do this knowing the property as they do
There is hardly a shadow ofdoubt that the mine will be among
the big shippers by the first of December some of the experts who 1
have seen the property recently and who know what the proposed r I
work consists of say that very profitable shipments will begin before i
that time
Farrell the manager will be in Ogden for a few more days and j t
will then go to supervise the work of sinking the main shaft into tho
ore body owners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in i
crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed ° X It
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SPORTS
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prised to hear of his death at any
time
Strangely enough angford says
Cans has Sot religion and spends
almost all of his time praying and ex
horting his friends to see the error
of their ways
The fact that Cans was about tho
only one of the oldtime champions
not at the Reno fight July 1 ellcted
plenty of comment and many predict
cd that Joe doubtless was so fur gone
that he was unable to make the trip
It was this that decided Langf0rd
to stop over there on his way east and
see his fellow colored fighter Tho
middleweight Is glad he did so al
though he says the sight of the once
wonderful fighter In his present con
dition Is pitiable in the extreme
To mo It looked as if Joe could
scarcely stand alone Langford said
He is wasted tn a mere shadow and
so feeble that his voice Is all but
gone His mind Is clear however
but he did not ask many questions
about tho fighting game an one might
expect he would after being away
horn It and Its followers for so long
He implored mo to see my finish
before It was too late and to make
my perfce with heaven I assured
him that I intended to lead an upright
life although still in the fighting bus
iness and he felt bettor after that
He didnt seem to take a bit of in
terest In the victory of Johnson HP
was thinking of other things
in his time Gans was doubtless the
greatest fighter of his weight that
ever lived and would go down In his
tory as perhaps the mightiest of
thorn nil but for the fact that his
record Is spotted with fights that
were known to he crooked an 1
cooked
Gans was a high roller at all time
but In an unpretentious way lb
liked the good things of life but nev
er made a front with his money lu I
any way He preferred occlusion II
with a few friends at all times and l
did not seek the society of the white I
race In any way although ho had
many good friends among tho Cau
casians who liked him for his many
manly qualities and of whom hewas I
extremely fond
Joe wou thousands upon thousands I I
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S S S tD NATURES PERFECT CURE I
The children of blood tainted parentage inherit a polluted circulation to I
burden their oxistenoo with disease and suffering Swollon glands about
the neck weak eyes running soros and abscessos palo waxy complexions I
and frail poorly developed systems aro the most usual ways In which tho
Jfeeaso is manifested In somo oases the blood is eo filled with tho scrofu
lous conns that from birth life Is made miserable with suffering while in
other oases It is held in chock during young vigorous lifo but when tho
system begins to woakou especially after a spell of sickness tho ravages of I
tho disease will commence S S S la Natures perfect euro for Scrofula
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made entirely of healthful roots herbs and barks a safo medicine for
or oldf S S S goes into tho circulation and drivos out all scrofu
lous matter and entirely romoves tho cause It supplies tho blood with
the healthful Properties it Is in need of and in this way builds up weak I
iron diseasoburdenod persons and mrkos them strong robust and healthy
S3 S euros Scrofula bocauso it is the most perfoot of all blood purifiers r
Book on tho Blood cad any modical advice free to all who writq
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA I
of dollars In his time but like little
I George DIxon shot most of It away on
tho gambling table null on expensive
friends and tastes He has nothing
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now more than will barely last him
I to the finish so rapidly approaching
BASEBALL DEALS ARE
A DESPERATE CHANCE
One Managers Loss IsAnothers Gain
In Great American Sport
Costly baseball mistakes are not
confined to the owners or tho man
agers of any one club
Run through the list of players of
any major league club and you will
find it easy to point out where this or
that manager made a mistake in not
taking a young player when he had
the chance In trading off a man who
developed into a star when he joined
another club or held on to a certain
player until he became useless as ear
ly as one year after a large sum had
been offered for him
Theres Dick Hoblitzell of the Cin
cinnati team The Pittsburg club had
a chance to land him He played ball
with tho Pittsburg college team Pir
ate scouts looked him over at the
time and later saw him In action In
tho Central league Barney DreyftiSs
himself said he wouldnt do bqcauso
he had a bad throwing arm Cincinnati
got him and he is now one of tho
most valuable players in tho league
Some Other Examples
Numerous major league scouts look
ed at Bob Beschor before he was
pounced upon by louls Hollbronner of
tho Reds They were unable to see I
the makings of a future star In him
Mike Mitchell of tho Reds was turn
I ed down by the Chicago club Larry I
McLean was turned away from Chi
J sago Boston and St Louie Mo L
any major league club would wolcos
these players with open arms I
Cincinnati once had Mathewson 0 t
oral Stoinfeldt Devlin Seymour ai
several other players who have ma
good with other clubs
Wheat of the Brooklyn club w
turned down by Cleveland Amorici
league scouts They said he could
I hit Blrdwelt was considered a fa
ure in both Cincinnati and Boston E
became a star In New York Bras
Hold was once a member of the Pi I
ates He was let go and has been I
good man for the Phillies
Brooklyn was offered 10000 ca
for Jordan and Lumley not HO ve
long ago The Now York clubs oft
was turned down Now they are bo
out of major league baseball
Boston Overlooked a Bet
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Boston refused to trade Gus Dorn
for Hans Lobort In 190S Dorner
now having his troubles in the mi
ors and lx > bert Is playing great bi
for the Reds Kills was turned dOl
by the Reds without a trial Ho
doing good work tor the Cardinals
Elmer Flick tho American leagu
who played such grand ball for tl
I old PhilUes and later starred with tl
Clo lands was recommended to tJ
I Reds A man was stint to Inok hi
over He reported that Flick con
II not hit and Elmer went to Phlladi
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My brother has Just written 4
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poem which he thinks
him said the man in the ncwspup
office
It certainly will if he brings t I
I here said the lighting editor j
Youkqrs Statesman
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I low fires East
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and sleeping car tickets between Salt Lake
I Have your railroad
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Milwaukee St Paul
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OVERLAND LIMITED Eloctno lighted train standard Bleeping
care dining car and observation car
Leave Salt Lake 1 oclock p m
Arrive Chicago 1 oclock p m second day
Another good train Sail Luke Chicago via this routeleaves Salt
Lnkc 710 a m daily
7000
To CHICAGO and return
7340
To MILWAUKEE and return
3953
and return
To ATLANTIC CITY
10550
To NEW YORK and return
Tickets berth reservations and complete Information at
106 WEST SECOND SOUTH STREET
C S WILLIAMS Commercial Agent Salt Lake City Utah
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