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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1910
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PaY Us a Visit
Drop inand have us
shp you LOUt MidSummer
footwear
In our Oxfords you will
secure COOL comfortand
also secure a smart refined
exclusive last together with
genuine lorg shapeholding
wear
wear3o5o to 500
Watson Tanner
Clothing Co
376 24th
f r RANDOM
I REfERENCES
Continued from Pago Five
If yon cat eat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
Tomorrow morning W D Pardco
and family will stop In Ogden for a
short time Mr Pardee is president
of tho N Y W and Is making a trip
from New York city to the Pacific
coast In a special car
In buying B G Butter you get a
luxury on a pricelevel with a neces
sity
tyThe
i The Arion Singing society bound
for tho Yellowstone National park
f will pass through Ogden on a special
train August 20 The train will arrlvq
via the Denver Rio Grande and
leave on tho Oregon Short Line
ATEDIan and wife who
have had experience in apartment
house work to do Janitor work and
take charge apartment house Apply r
by letter to Pdstodlco Box S12 City
Small SuitsIn tho civil division of
the municipal court this morning Dr
G W Dalrymplc commenced suit
againRt F A Naisbitt to recover 13
alleged to be due for professional ser
vices F A Olson has commenced an
action ngainbt A B Stallings for 5155
claimed to be due on an open ac
count Dr George DI lon is suing
Ernest Beech for SOS which the plain
tiff claims is duo Turn for profosnlonal
services
Better get that Anlhraclto Coal
Phones 149
Sheepman on a Vioit Georgo
Thatcher has been visiting friends In
Ogden and attending to ibusiness mat
ters for a number of days Mr
Thatcher Is a prominent sheepman of
Provo having his herds near Evans
ton Wyoming He states that his
sheep and all others on the Evunsitjn
range have done well this year and
will KO to the winter range In good
condition Mr Thatcher says he looks
forward to the International Sheep
Show to be held In Ogden during fair
time this fall as one of tho greatest
coming events of the season In this
section of country He will be here
to take advantage of the opportunity
to purchase some fine sheep
Expert Kodak Finishing Leave
your films today and get your prints
tomorrow Films and photo supplies
for sale Trlpp New address 2165
Washington Ave
Dr Marsteller who was reported to
have made his home In Kaysville
says Ogden is good enough for him
Mlos Owens Condition Miss Lydia
Owens victim of the automobile acr
4 lent at the corner of Washington av
I rnac and Twentyfourth street Wed
i nesday afternoon Is still at tho hos
a pital but is steadily Improving and
I Is considered to bo out of danger
While It was feared that tho young
I cdy might have sustained Intornal In
f lurles no indications of such injuries
I ire now present and It is believed
that this danger has passed
Lewis Good Coal Is best Phones
149
Railroad Directors Messrs Hlglcy
and Whitman directors of the Texas
Gulf railroad went west over the
Southern Pacific last night in private
car No 900 The directors are mak
ing a trip to the Pacific coast
EXCURSIONS NORTH via Oregon
Short Line Aug 6th and 20th Secure
your tickets at City Office 2514 Wash
ington Avenue
Recovering His Health 1 C Bell
assistant resident engineer of the
Southern Pacific railroad who some
time ago went under an operation for
appendicitis Is now on the road to re
covery and will leave tho hospital
soon
soonDr
Dr Femlund wishes to announce to
his friends and patrons that he has
removed his office to 410 25th over
the Utahnu drug store
California Fruit Five fruit trains
were transferred today from the
Southern Pacific to the Union Pacific
lines The trains were all made up
In California and are bound for ChI
f Cage the fruit being destined for tic
t eastern markets
Try it LewiB Good Coal Phones
I HO
Sunday School OutingA large
crowd of people young and old at
tnded the North Weber ptake Sun
i dn > school outing at Lagoon today
Many of the plcknlckers took baskets
of food with thorn and there can be
no doubt that a very enjoyable time
was spent by all who participated
Tne major portion of tbo crowd loft
Bamberger depot at 10 oclock this
r Biornlnp hut small groups loft for
the park on later trains The com
mittee In charge of the outing wer
careful to eee that the children werx >
a
well tnkn care of and that each and
nil of the youngsters had a Jolly time
I at lie resorL
EXCURSIONS NORTH via Oregon
Short Line Aug Gth and 2Qth Secure
your tickets at City Office 2514 Wash
Ington Avenue
Real Estate Transfers James Rus
sell and Agnes Russell wife to James
W Russell for 1 part of lots 11
and 36 block 10 South Ogden survey
James Russell find Agnes Russell
wife to David Russell for 1 I part of
lotsll and 20 in block 10 of Ogden
City survey
Bankrupt sale of Mrs Blairs stock
of millinery at Stafford Millinery Co
2G67 Washington avenue formerly
Urd floor Wrights
Veteran Forester Allan B Patter
son supervisor of the Sequoia Na
tional forest with headquarters at
Hot Springs Calif was In the city
yesterday afternoon en route to Butto
and Anaconda Montana where he has
been called by the department of
Justice as an expert witness In im
portant litigation Mr Patterson Is
one of tho veteran members of tho
forest service and received a warm
welcome from the officers in the local
office
EXCURSIONS NORTH via Oregon
Short Lino August 6th and 20th Se
cure your tickets at City Office 2514
Washington Avenue
Enjoying an OutingL L White
assistant district forester In charge of
the office of silviculture of district 4
returned this morning from an In
spection trip on the Targheo national
forest Mrs White anti son are tak
ing an outing at Big Springs Idaho
on the Targhee National forest
It is worth while to call 18 and get
our rates on storage coal Shurtliff < t
Co phones IS
cJOCIETY
Mrs E W Townsend has returned
to Ogden after a pleasant visit with
Mrs Joseph Sands at Lagoon
Among the Ogden Canyon guests
are Mr and Mrs E Milbank of Al
bany New York Mrs J F Battle i
of Salt Lake Miss Daisy Carroll and I
Dr T Carroll of New York Tho
I
party will leave In a few days for a
trip through Yellowstone park
A merry house party Is being en
tertained by Miss Bessie Jennings
at her summer home Niawatcr
near Idlewlld Ogden canyon They
will remain until next Wednesday
Among the guests mentioned are
Misses Marion Thompson MildroT
Ferguson Ruth and Orphat Klngn
bury of Salt Lake
Mr and Mrs H C BIgelow IR a
guest at tho Reed Mrs Van Motor
will make quite an extended visit
with her parents and oldtime friends
Iroforc returning to her homo in Chi
cago
A farewell reception In honor of
Rev and Mrs G W McCreory will
he given loulght by the Ladies Aux
iliary of tho Spanish War Veterans
Mrs E 0 Wattls and daughter
Marguerite have gone to Oregon
whero they will visit relatives and
friends for a month or more
Mattlo Ruth Edna and Paul Wallis
returned on Sinday from Berkeley
California where they have been dur
ing tho past year
Mrs Rachel Branrtow of Willard Is
visiting her daughter Addle who re
sides In this city
Mrs William Bradford of Corinno Is
visiting with her sister In Ogden
Mrs C E Jensen of Brigham City
was an Ogden visitor on Wednesday
INDIANS SEITIN6
FORESTS ON FIRE
Missoula Aug 5Witb the Couer
DAelenc forest still to be heard from
hut with its losses estimated from
the information on file with the local
forestry officials the total damage
Irora the forest fires raging in dis
trict No 1 of tho forest service has
been more than doubled since yes
terday tho Clear Water losses being
especially heavy when the report was
received last night Tho last ostl
mate today placed the total loss both
public and private at 723000 with
uii extra of 125000 acres denuded
inJ a fire fighting expense of 75
000 This does not Include the 150
000 feet of timber destroyed in the
Glacier National park
A new lire the sixth bad one to
break out In the same district with
u the past few days was reported ou
NineMile Creek from Stark this
morning and thirtyfive men wore
pent to Huson on the noon train to
fight It The officials believe there
Is a firebug at work In thin district
and have canned to be posted In the
district a notice of a reward of 550
for Information leading to his arrest
A man who returned here today
irom the Flathead reservation also re
ports It Is his judgment that tbo In
cilani arc setting many fires In that
section there being a very bad blaze
near tho head of the Jocko river It
is stated that the Indians are dlssnr
isfied with tho regulations covering
their use of the timber and say that
tho white man Is getting it all away
from them and refuse to aid in the
fire fighting openly expressing them
selves as glad to see It burn
PANICSTRICKEN PEOPLE
IN A BUTTE FIRE I
Butte Aug 5 Firemon draggeJ
TOO screaming panicstricken roomers i
from the Pennsylvania block a fash
lonablo Park street rooming and busl I
ness house at 3 oclock this morning
when a fln started on tho third floor
by varnish waste rags threatened to
gut the building
The loss Is about 3000 of which
the Lander Furniture company bears
3000 Nobody was hurt nough
several roomers lost their cknrls >
READ HIS MIND
What are you fining me for ask
ed the unlucky ball player I nev > r
sold a word
Thats all right replied the um
pire Im a tejepathist Washing
ton Star >
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
VORf ON TUb
MATTSON
BLOCK
The building operations of the city
arC moving along and tho prospects
aro that the seasons Improvements
Will exceed those of past years
The Stoxens Investment company Is
finishing tho construction of fifteen
residences on Thirtysecond street
between Adams and Jefferson avo
tiles and tho houses will ho ready
for occupancy within the next few
days
Tossie J Jutrosinskl is building a
residence on Lincoln avenue between
Twentyninth and Thirtieth streets
that will cost upwards of 1500
Earl C Cortez bus begun tho erec
tion of a 1000 residence on Twenty
seventh street between Adams and
Jefferson avenues
The Lewis sanitary fountain is now
being placed In Lester park It Is a
beautiful fountain and will bo an or
nament of value to the park as well
as filling a long folt want for a sani
tary drinking place The fountain
cost about 600 and was given to the
city by J S Lewis
It is known that the work of build
ing the Mattson block on Lincoln ave I
nue and Twentyfifth street will be
resumed Monday morning and the I
building will bo pushed to completion I
without further delay The plans and
specifications call for a threestory
brick building to contain 00 rooms
for hotel purposes the ground floor
to be used for store purposes When
completed the building will cost about
85000
CONTRADICT
SENATOR GORE
Continued from Page One
you Il little bird had whispered to
him something Important about the
McMurray contracts
Ho did not
You were on friendly terms with
McMurray1
Yes I saw him frequently
Mr Creager then said he was the
author of a bill providing for the sale
of the landg on a 30000000 basis
Did McMurray help you frame that
b1l17Yes
Yes
Then that bill expressed the
wishes of McMurray
Some of his wishes We went over
the bill together
Were your conferences with Mc
Murray secret
No not secret We often talked
in private
Did McMurray ever make any Im
proper proposals to you to influence
you to obtain legislation for him
Ho never did1
Did your bill meet tho aproval of
the Oklahoma delegation in con
gress
gressNot
Not entirely They approved of It
as a whole but disagreed as to some
details
In previous testimony yon said
that Congressman McGuire of Okla
homa lived at tho same hoi fn
Washington with Ilomon and > IoMur
ray Did you mean they actually Ic
cupied the same rooms 1
Congressman McGuire frequently
was in their rooms but I think his
rooms were one or two stories higher
up The hotel was frequented hr con
gressmen generally
Questioned Senator Goro Mr
Creager said his bill provided for the
salo of the land by the secretary of
the Interior and did not provide for
any attorneys fees Jf his bill wan
passed he said the attorneys fees
would have been eliminated
Efforts to show that at the time the
McMurray contracts were undo hs
cussion Ilamon was in Washington
on other business wore mack by At
torney Ames in a crosse l1mJnllLlol1 ot
D F Gore brother of the sonwtor
Tho attorney pointed out in hh
questioning that Hamon was repre
senting Governor Haskell of Okla
homa Senator Gore at that tlmo had
Introduced a bill providing that the
senate committee appointed to inves
tigato the third degree should also
Investigate tho conditions which led
up to the Indictment of Governor Has
kcll In the Muskogee town lot cuses
Curtis to Testify
Topeka Knn Aug 5Senntor Cur
tis loft this afternoon for Muskogee
to testify in regard to tho allegations
made by Senator Gore Thursday Sen
ator Curtis will take tho stand either
Sunday or Monday Senator Curtis
said before ho left Topoka
I shall tell the commission that
President Taft sent for Vl oPresl
dent Sherman and myself In order to
discuss this Indian matter and as a
result of that conference and acting
on tho advice of Mr Sherman and
myaelf the President decided he
would not open the rolls nor would lie
further consider the matter of plac
ing his approval on Oio contract with
the lawyers MoMurray and Long for
the feo commanded in tho Indian
lands This conference with Presi
dent Taft should alone set at rest
any further consideration of tho vague
charges made by Senator Gore In this
matter We have proof beyond the
shadow of a doubt as to our standing
In this case
Gore Confided to Ln Folletfe
Drniver Aug Discussing Senator
Gores charges in connection with the
Indian land cases Senator Charles
Hughes Jr of Colorado last night
declared that ho had never attached
any considerable Importance to the
charges and ho had never before
heard the name of Vice President
Sherman spoken of with reference to
them Senator Hughe IB a member
of the senate committee on Indian af
fairs and was tho one to move the
appointment of a committee to inves
tlgate tho charges of bribery made by
Senator Gore
Goro told the story to Senators
Cartel and La Follette before he
made tho opon charges said Senator
Hughes Ho did use the name of tho
man who appropachcd him but said
It was ono who had bofrlondod him
early In his life Gorq Enid ho ton
much humiliated that tho man who
helped hIm had been tho one to make
this bribe otter
Vice Presidents Denial
Big Moose N Y Aug 5Vice
President James S Sherman today
made the following further statement
regarding tho testimony brought out
In the Indian laud contract Investiga
tion at Mufikogco yesterday 1 iu which
nib name was mentioned
I never heord my narno mentioned
In connection with the contracts
which were tho subject of Senator
Goros testimony yesterday i never
had any Interest of any kind In any
Indian contracts other thnn the Inter
est I have for years had In the wel
fare of the Indians nnd which I shall
ever acno personal interest I
mean The story so far as my name
Is concerned is wlthoutiany founda
tion whatever If any person has nil
have any personal Intercut III this or
any other Indian contracts ho has
stated what is not true
Roosevelt is Silent
New York Aug 5 Colouci Roose
velt had nothing o say today repaid
Itg tilt charge uvul by Senator Gore
of attempted bribery In the Indian
contracts In which the name of Vice
President Sherman was mentioned
Tho colonel came down to his office
from Oyster Bay and saw a few visit
HUNTSV ors LLE
MUST PAY
DEBTS
Judge J A Howell today adjudi
cated tbo claims filed against the de
funct city of Huntsvllle the claims In
all amounting to clSyG39 According
to the ruling of the court all of tho
claims will be paid by taxation to be
levied on the property within the cor
porate limits of Huntsvillo at the time
of Its Incorporation or prior to its dls
Incorporation
In all thirtytwo claims were pre
sented to the court the smallest be
ing for 40 cents filed by James Slater
and tho largest for 5331917 present
ed hy the Utah National Bank of Og
den The second largest claim was
filed against the city by the First Na
tional bank of Ogdon This claim Is
for 105250
Time property of the city Is Insuffi
cient to meet the Indebtedness and
the courts order reads
That taxes should be levied from
time to time against the taxable prop
erty within the corporate limits of
said city as they existed at the time
of the disincorporate of said city
and that a tax of twenty mills on the
dollar of the present assessed valua
tion of such property should at this
time be levied and collected for tho
payment of the costs and expenses
thus far accrued and the first dividend
to said claimants
It Is further ordered by said court
that tht board of county commission
ers of Weber county bo and they arc
hereby directed to forthwith levy
aguiiiBt tho taxable property within
the corporate limits of said city a
tax of twenty mills on the dollar of
the present assessed valuation of such
property which taxes when so levied
shall he collected by the treasurer of
said county like other taxes and be
paid by him into this court subject
the further orders of this court
KANSAS BANK LAW
WILLBE TESTED
Washington AliT 5One of the
first questions on which the supreme
court of the United States will pass
after it convenes Jn October will be
tho application for ilt to review the
litigation In tho federal courts In Kan
sas over the constitutionality of the
Kansas bank depos tory guaranty law
John Lee Webster exSenator Ches
ter I Long and several other lawyers
representing the Abilene National
bank and others filed the application
for a writ of certiorari in the case
The United States circuit court for
the district of Kansas In an opinion
handed down by Judge Pollock ruled
that the law was unconstitutional as
being in violation of the fourteenth
amendment and as unlawfully discrim
inating against national banks and de
stroying their efficiency However
the United States circuit court of ap
peals for the Eighth circuit reversed
tho lower court and held the law to
be constitutional
If our contentions are sound and
we believe them to be counsel for
the national banks say in their brief
the Kansas bank guaranty law will
operate to despoil national banks of
tholr deposits by inducing people to
believe that depositors in the state I
banks are guaranteed and that de
positors In national banks are nat and
cannot be guaranteed
Such process of spoilation will re
sult ultimately in the liquidation of
National banks and increasing the
number of utato banks or we may
say the destruction of ono and the
upbuilding of the otber as han been
demonstrated In the State of Oklaho
ma
It is claimed that congress will
never authorize the national banks to
accept tho provisions of the statute
for their reorganization as state
banks thus procuring the benefits of
the act because to do so would for
all practical purposes deprive the
federal Government of control over
such banks and make said banks sub
Ject to the control of the state of
Kansas or in other words to all In
tents and purposes make them state
banks
Will MAKE OGDEN
EADQUARTERS
E E Carter assistant forester from
Washington D 0 arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon and is spending a
few day in the office of district i of
the forest service Mr Carter has
been making an inspection of the
timber sale and planting work In a
number of the western districts and
before coming to Ogden visited ho
district hoadavarters at Missoula
Portland nnd San Franclsoo
Mr Carter Is associated with w T
Cox in the handling of slhiculturfc
problems They expect to make 0 < y
den their western headquarters for
the summer field season and nil
make their various Inspection trips
to the dlffcreot flittlonal forests In
tho west fromUfls point
1
READ THE GISS ADS TODAY
WL BROWN
s fOUND 1
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I
WlllJani Browp the man who on
the 7th of last May entered the home
of John C Sullivan on Nlxth street
and stein a watch was found guilty
of burglary In the third degree thin
morning in the district court and will
be sentenced by Judge J A Howoll
either tomorrow morning or Monday
Brown gained an entrance to the
Sullivan home by representing him
self to be an Insurance solicitor The
watch was In Mr Sullivans vest pock
et and the garment was hanging In
the parlor which Brown had entered
The penalty for third degree burglar
ls from ouo to three years I
CijIEF FORESTER
i GRAVES flERE
I Continued from Page Six
I niondable I have no fault to find in
any direction and I feel that the work
could bu handled no better under our I
knowledge of things up to this time
We have things to learn all the time
but we aro now operating advantage I
ously I naccordance with the light
wr have In tho forestry branch of I
the agricultural department
We are making It a point to have
nil tho administrative men in the I
Held during the Rummer months that
they may personally meet the men I
on tho firing line and learn some
I thing of tho physical conditions 01
each district I am endeavoring to
meet all the forest workers the peo
ple with whom we have to deal and
learn as much ag I can of the real
tilluatiou In each district I find that
by being thoroughly conversaut along
i this line many misunderstandings
are averted
I In company with a committee of
property owners In tho vicinity of
White River Colorado 1 recently
made a tour of that country for the
purpose of satisfying myselfas to
the claim of the property owners tha
the government was holding agricul
tural lands there within the forest
service jurisdiction as forest lund
tc the detriment of the farming com
munity Lands that were purely ag
ricultural were pointed out by the
committee as being in the forest ro >
serve but in nearly every instance it
was found that the lands were not In
cluded in the forest surveys at all
So that by going to the place of dis
pute personally the misunderstand
ings between tho service and the
farmers were Immediately corrected
and no doubt much tioubl avoided
I am now going out on a recon
ooitering trip through the Kaibab fOI
< St in southern Utah and northern
Arizona with the expectation of be I
coming thoroughly familiar with that
picturesque and interesting country
The trip likely will bo difficult but
the party will be equal to tho oc
casion I think and we will make it
pleasurable as yell as profitable
Mr Graves will go to Salt ake to
morrow whore bo will meet 1ls wife
she being on her way to the coast
for a little vacation The forester
will meet Representative Herbert
Parsons of New York a member of
the Public Lands Commission who
will accompany him on his trip
through the Kaibab country Other
members of the party will be District
Forester E A Sherman In charge of
this district and Abslstant Foreator
Timothy Hoyt in charge of the for
estry land department
The company will leave here Mon
day morning and go as far south as
Marysvalo by rail over the Rio
Grande From tho mining camp tho
trip will bo made overland a light
epring wagon to be used as far as
Pmiguitch or Kanab from whjch
roint pack animals will be used and
the foresters will enter into the
charms of real camp life Mr Grave
says he thinks he can bake as palat
able a batch of baking powder brend
In a bake oven over the coals of i
campfire as the best of them and
he does not bar the cowpuncher
NEW YORK Aug 1ThQ mar
riage of Christopher Columbus Wil
=
son prcsjdenj 9f the United Wireless
I Tolegrapl company tohis nineteen
I yearQld stenographer StelJa Levi
k yesterday shortly atet Wllcona ar
ralgnment In the United States court
f on indictments charging conspiracy
and attempt to defraud started talk
l in official circles today as to the prob
able effect of the marriage upon the
prosecution The federal law pro
vides that a wife cannot testify for
or against her husband
CHIEf lECTURED
TE IREE BOYS
II Yesterday three boys with their
pockotd filled with peanuts station
ed themselves on the city ball park
I and proceeded to cover tho lawn with
the shells They were admonished by
I the keepers of the park to desist but
the boys were of tho smart set and
I they advised the keeper that they hod
a right lobe on tho park and that If
they desired to crack peanuts thorq I
they guessed they could do so I
The matter was reported to the po
I lice station and Officer Lever was de
I tailed He arrested the boys and took
themto the station They were rath
er young and seemingly quite Inof
fensive boys and the officers had no
disposition to deal harshly with them
Chief Browning was at tho station at
the time and he called tho young men
to his office where ho gave them a
lecturing that they will not goon for
get The boys soon become penitent
nnd offered to do anything within
tholr power to right the wrong Tho
case was finally compromised by the I
boys agreeing to return to the place
where they had left the peanut shells
and gather them and place them In
the garbage can
I 1 GRAND TRUNK I
REINSTAHS MEN
MONTREAL Aug 4A largo num
ber of tho men employed in the
freight yards of the Grand Trunk
wore reinstated today under the
terms of tho strike settlement but
many of the passenger men arc still
awaiting tho call to duty AH thCi
best passenger runs are being oper
ated by men who entered the service
during the strike
President Murdock of the trainmen
received complaints from all parts of
thosystem today regarding the fail
ure of the railroad to take men back
SUSPECTED OF BEING
LAYTON BANK ROBBERS
SALT LAKE Aug lOne < morfl
William Brlnghurat frnd Willard
Thompson now serving sentences of
12 and 20 years respectively for the
holding up of the Cllft house gam
bling rooms on May 20 may have to
stHiul trial for crime this time be
fore the officials of Davis county on
the charge of having robbed tho Lay
ton National bank on May 24 This
I was practically decided at a confer
ence Wednesday between District At
torney N J Harrla of Ogden County
Attorney Henry W Staley ot Bountl
niU and Sheriff J H Ware of Layton
District Attorney Fred C 1oofbourow
of Salt Lake City saId last night that 1
lie fact that tho two men were serv
ing sentence for one crime did not
prevent thler arraignment on another
A concurrent sentence may bo given
Before Sheriff Joseph C Sharp on
Juno 29 Thompson and Brlngluirst
freely confessed lo the commission
of 25 burglaries holdups and crimes
but when the signing of a statement
was requested the only allusion they
made to the Layton affair was con
tained In the following sentence
The night before we went to Lay
ton we broke Into Smiths store
Though there may bn some diffi
enlty In construing this sentence to r
boa confession the evidence is ao
strong that conviction Is said to be
certain anyhow
Thompson was arrested In Butte
utter he had rambled over the west
in trying to evade the officials Bring
burst was caught In Ogdon Both of
the men are under suspicion of ha
hug been implicated In the murder
of Jacob C Sorenson at s
corner Feb 17 1901
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The Examiner I
FOR LEASE
OR SALE j
I
Scaled bids wll be received by
tho uuderslgnod until G p m Aug
Ut 10th 1010 for the lease 01
alo of the Morning Exarnluer
No conditions oxcopt new man
agement imsat give u bond 01
Other security to pay for all ad
vance payments for subscription
nnd advertisements at expiration
of lease For Information see the
undersigned
THE rcXAMINER PUB CO
D T TRACY Secretary 36
2Ub Street
II A YES SENT i
j
I TO STATE
PRISON
J W Hayes who Wednesday plead
ed guilty Jn the district court to ob
taining money under false pretenses
was this morning sentenced by Judge
J A Howell to servo two years In
tho penitentiary
Hayes Is the man who several
months ago secured 100 from Dr R
S Joyce by representing himself to
be a member of the Masonic order
and a citizen of prosperous financial
standing In his home town In Okla
homa Hayes wrote a check on an
Oklahoma bank and the physician
turned over 100 to him In cash Utter
it was ascertained that the check was
worthless Hayes was captured in
Oklahoma and brought hack to Ogden
to answer to the charge
COMMISSIONER IS
SLOWLY IMPROVING
County Commissioner John Bybee
is slowly improving Since the acci
dent July 16th in which he was ser <
iously injured ho has been in a pre
carious condition his life beiaj de
spaired of at times Yesterday how
ever he took a sudden change for thp
better and this morning is consider
ed out of danger
Mr Bybee was the victim of reck
less driving on the evening of July
16th a young man with a horse and
buggy drMng into Mr Bybes rig op
South Washington avenue tipping th
buggy over and throwing Mr Bybeo
violently to the ground and against
the buggy wheel The commissioner
was Injured about the head and hack j
nearly suffering spinal dislocation Vn 1
to within the last couple of days it
has been Impossible for Mr Bybee to
move his head either way without sot
ferlrv extreme dizziness and lapsing
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almost into unconsciousness Now
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that a change for tho better hag ink I
en place It Is thought that Mr Bybre
will bo able to grot away from his srfo I
room in tho course of a few days
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
Reward for the arrest and convio
tlon of tho party or parties who
Placed logs and rocks on track to
wreck cars at Lewis camp on the
night of Aug 4 1910 on two different I
occasions
J
OGDEN RAPID TRANSIT CO
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JAPS TO BUY THE
WRIGHT MACHINES
Berlin Aug 5The Japanese mili I
tary commission which has for sev J
oral months been studying military
conditions in Europe hap arranged
with the company controlling the
Wright aeroplane patents In Germany
tc l buy a number of the Wright ma
chines
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