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IrHE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1910
SHOE
BAR NS
i
CLEANUP
SALES
Every Summer Oxford
irrespective of what last
leather make or price it is
must be moved out of this
establishment this month
Bargains THAT ARE bar
gains are obtainable here in
summer footwear for men
that embody the last word in
style and quality
The smart man who wants
smart shoes that dont smart
at smartly low prices heres
his chance
WatsonTanner
Clothing Co
376 24th
FOREST FIRES ARE
REPORTED UNDER CONTROL
Missoula Aug 10 Forester W D
Greely of District No 1 with head
quarters here returned homo this
morning from Kooskla Ida and Spo
kane where he has been Investigating
forest lire conditions Aside from the
remoto Clenrwater forest which Mr
Greely reported yesterday and for
which a request for soldiers ban l > oen
mado to the army officials the fores
ter tatcs bat the general situation
IB better than at any time before
within tho past threo weeks
r No word had been received from tho
wnr department concerning tho with
drawal of troops from American Lake
Washington to bo used In fighting the
Clearwater fires
l
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
r
i Joseph Williams and wife Elizabeth
I r Williams to George Ahlf for 6000
r part of lot 0 Mock 19 plat A of
f Oiicn City survey
l P H Brophy and wife to hula R
Crosble for 300 part of lot S3 block
10 of South Ogden survey
UNION DEPOT
f TIME CARD
t EFFECTIVE JUNE 19TH 1910
1
Mountain Time
DENVER < RIO GRANDE R R
f
DEPART
19 Express for the East I 7C < am
JOTo Salt Jate 9W nro
12 Bait Luke Pasbenger 124 n m
2 Atlantic Limited ouut J65 p in
4 Atlantic Mall cast d1O pin
I Grand Junction JSxproHS GJ I0
ARRIVE
> Osdcn Passcnaor 11 25 vox
I 1 Limited from cast 2 p m
6 Chicago Ex from cant 3t30 pm
Ogdun Bxprcea 3M pm
l U Local from Sanpoto 10 P11
r S Utah and CaL 1 Cxprcss 330 am
UNION PACIFIC R R CO
Tr1 I
NOI Kastpound I Depart
t 20Mnll and Express I 330 am
lOFaut Mall I SCo am
BlLoo Angeles Limited dully129 pm
h ilOvorland Limited I 230 pm
JAtlantic Express CM p m
NO1 Westbound I Arrive
G Paaaensor 635 am
SCallfornla Express 645 om
SKaat Hall 111 am
Overland Limited 320 pm
7 Loa Angeles Ltd dally1 ZZ pm
i OREGON SHORT LINE R R CO
Nol North of Ogden 1 DeparL
1 Butto and Portland 115 am
i OgdenMalad Motor Car 82Gam
13 Idaho Express 9lOnm
3 Butte anil Portland 350 pm
I Jl Cache Valley Passenger 62o pm
15 Yellowstone Park Spec d S10 pm
r
No1 North of Ogden 1 Arrive
Yellowstone Park Special G10 am
2 Butte BxDross 6Yi a nx
24 Portland Express SW nm
14 Utah ExproBH 9tfi pm
12 Sail Lake Passenger Ir2 e am
< Salt Lake Special I 36 p m
132 MaladObdcn Motor Car 1 r i3 pm
t No1 South of OgdoiDopart
10 Tellwutono Bark Special 631 am
2 Salt Lakc Express 715 a m
32 Local for Salt Lake 1 810 am
24 Portland Express 810am
IZCacho Valley Express 1020 am
24 FnJilt Mall 1130 nm
Overland Limited 239 pm
I Bull Lake Special 4 CO 11111
L SLoB Angeles Llmtd dally 300pm
M Overland Limited 333 IIm
JO Pocltlr Rx ores fi M pm
MHall Lake Local dally 720 pm
r 14 Utah Exprosa 015 pm
N I Tr l I South of Ogden I Arrive
lIDutlo and Portland 1256am
13 ui inllc ExoroM gOS am
Idaho Exures 3M
i 5 nm
r 3 Local dally lll aw
l 1 2 O I 5 Am del Limited 12S8 pm
1 BuUln Limited 2ft pm
33 Lai and Portland 3 9 pm
cah IlOpin
312 Cach nlley I XPrP53 520pm
30 EY
19 OitllUtIo LocM Express I C irpm
I 6 Tell OW8toflC 8peci i il 7O 1fli
t Special daily 70B P m
j SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
7N ° We
J tbound I Depart
y
t or 7
SSSlSi 61 nm
7 3 Overland 1 nm
Pacific EX1Jre t g
t oJ From
I Jrr I c
I filAtlantle ExpreGII
j ioiFnj Mnii I 61 Iom
Ovrrlanl Limited V 4 S nm
jAUfntic Ezpresc pm
yg g5
Dally ozccpt Sunday
=
rl RANDOM
I SEfERENCE
Continued from Page Five
If you eat eat ai Llvlngston3
Cafeteria
Meeting Thursday The Bettcrmoilt
League 6nys The meeting which tlio
Uottorment League haM arranged for
tomorrow evening at tho Wobcr Ac
ademy promises to bo full of Inter
est The leagues recent canvass of
the city brought to light a sentiment
In favor oC the early dosing of the
saloon Tho public Is to bo acquaint
ed with the liguros which were se
cured Some good live speakers hnvo
boon secured The music will he the
heat ohtalnable
Lol for sale Will build houso for
purchaser RobL B Lewis phones
110
There were no cases before the mu
nepal court Lbs morning ovorythlui
being continued until tomorrow
Bring all the children to Lagoon
Friday Aug 12 Prizes for all
D II Linderman an eighteenyear
old boy wns taken before tho judge oj
tho Juvenllo com I yesterday afternoon
for exceeding the speed limit with an
automobile lie wan fined 5 and ad
monished lo refrain from such Adrlv
lug
Baseball Salt hake vs OgdoiiWood
craft Lcdgo Aug 12
A complaint against L Wright
charging him with exceeding the
speed limit with an auto wal filed in
the municipal court Ibis morning
Better get that Anthracite Coal
Phones 140
Expert Kodak Finishing Leave
your films today and get your prints
tomorrow Films and photo supplies
for sale Trlpp New address 24Gi
Washington Ave
BIda uro now out for the painting oC
the exterior of the Ogden iioritofllco I
and the federal court house Tho bids
are to be opened on August 31 Tho
work which is to bo done will greatly
enhance the appearance of the build
ing
FOR SALE GO ft iron fence double
and single gates 26c ft G W Care
S
Weber Club Purchase Tho Weber
dub yesterday paid to the Nelsons
18000 and now tho plans aro
to be made for a building to be orccl
ed on the newly acquired property
Lewis Good Coal is best Phones
319
Dr Fcrnlund wishes to announce to
his friends and patrona that he has I I
removed his office to 110 25lh over I
the Utalina drug store
Mr and Mrs Walter So McCormick
after a six weeks visit In Ogden left
Saturday evening for a tour of the
Pacific leaving California later over
the southern route for New Orleans
on route to their home In Chicago
EXPERT MALE STENOGRAPHER
WANTED Good position for right
man State salary Apply X Y Z
Standard
Try ItLewIs Good Coal Phones
no
I
The quality of B G Butter makes
it a cash chaser
It Is worth while Jo call 18 and get
our rates on storago coal Shurtllff
Co phones 18
JURY FINnS
HUM NOT
UIILTY
After five hours deliberation the
jury in the case of David McCullough
the colored man tried In the district
court on the charge of assault with
deadly weapons returned a verdict
Into this afternoon of not guilty Tho I
case was bitterly fought by both the
state and tho defense and it was un 1
certain as to what the jury would do
Tho state claimed that McCullough
on the 24th day of last May without
any provocation fired on Lewis W
Strothers another colored man with
a 88cnllber revolver Inflicting a dan
gorouB scalp wound Counsel for the
dofonao produced testimony to show
that McCullough was justified In tho
shooting of Strothors Witnesses
swore that Strothers and another ne
gro had threatened tile life of McCul
lough and that at the time of the
ehootlng the men were endeavoring to
carry out the threat
The three men engaged in the af
fray were boarders at the colored
boarding houo at 37T Twentyfourth
street IUoCnllourh was a new ar
rival at the house having been there
but two weeks when the shooting oc
curred It was claimed by some of
tho witnesses that the now arrival
in this short time had risen to the
enviable position of star boarder and
was well In the graces of the land
lady although the woman happened I
to he about twice tho ago of MrCul
lough Because of the popularity at
Uilnod by thc allnn thu two older
boarders conspired against McCul
lough and made throatp against his
life In BP Ifprotect I on he secured a
revolver and whpn the twr men at
tacked him bo shot Strothors In the
head tho bullet glancing off tho ne
ro skull and lodging In the wall of
the board hip house
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HEAD TI1H CLASS ADS TODAV
ONE Of HfJlDUPS
jOf oes0 to TRMN
J W V Sparlcs Arrested in Pocatello and Conveyed to Ogden in the
Custody of Officers is Identified as One of theMonKWho Rob
bed the Passenger Train Near Five Points on Tune 27
Special Agent Joseph Jones of the
Oregon Short LIne returned from Po
cutello Idaho yesterday having In
custody J W Sparks alias J W
JaincR alias J W Jones wanted by
tho Ogden officers for forgery alleg
ed to have been committed about
Juno 25 by the signing of tho name
of William Craig to a check for 8
Sparks consented lo icturn to Og
den with requisition papers and ho
Laye the officer no trouble on tho
way down from tho Idaho town The
fellow stoutly denies tho forgery but
the officers say they can prove the
charge beyond the peradventure of a
doubt
There Is another charge that Sparks
Is being called on lo deny or affirm
l nd while ho has denied It It is ox
tected that he will lake a change of
heart and confess Tho officers are
In possession of incriminating cir
cumstances against Sparks that
places him in a decidedly cinbiirras
red position v
The crime that Sparks with bis
mauy aliases Is wanted for Is Iho
lobbery of the Oregon Short Lint
passenger train near Five Points
June 27 in which the passengers
wore held up by two masked men
and robbed ho desperadoes making
good their escape At the lime It
was thought that there were three
men Implicated In the holdup and
that they made their escape by means
of a horse and buggy that had been
fid near the scene of tho holdup
covering the country to tho westward
until lost In the wilds of the Salt
Crook country but that theory was
afterwards nbrtndouod and It was con
cluded that there wore only two men
in the robbery and that they un
doubtedly had returned to the city
that night over the railway track
Since that tlmo the officers of Og
den city Weber county and railroad
oflclnls have been on the constant
lookout for clues that might lead to
ihe liscovory of the guilty parties
Sparks at Ihe time of the robbery
was living at S23 Washington avenue
witli wife and daughter Whon the
forgery of Mr Craigs name was dis
covered on n check suspicion rested
on Sparks the officers visiting his
home for the purpose of arresting
NO SALOONS ON
THE NEW VIENllE
I
Hudson Avenue Property Owners Hold a Meeting1 and Agree on
General Plans Buildings to be Uniform in Height and Archi
tecture Many Business Blocks Arc Planned
A majority of the property owners
on Hudson avenue between Twenty
fourth and Twentyfifth streets held
an enthusiastic meetingat tho Wobor
Club rooms last night and decided up
on definite action looking toward tho
Improvement of the property abutting
the avenno Those who attended tho
meeting were M S Browning Stan
Icy Dee Horace Harold and Joseph
Peery John T Hurst John Spargo J
C Nyc and 0 A Parmley
Tho property owners were unani
mous in tho resolve that Hudson ave
nuo shall bo made the most attrac
tive business avenue of the city and
that no moans shall bo spared in ac
complishing that end
All agreed that there should be uni
formity of architecture in the erec
tion of business blocks on the street
and that nono should be built except
under the moat modern and advanced
Ideas of architectural design These
Ideas will ultimately bo embodied In
articles of agreement and signed by
at least 00 per cent of the property
owners alon the now avenuo and It
Is said by one of tho loading spirits
In the movement it I more than like
ly that every property owner will
agree to the provisions
Tho question first brought before
the meeting was as to saloons on the
avenue There shall be none This
Is to he Incorporated In the written
agreement It was said by a number
of the proprietors of business houses
on Washington avenue between
Twentyfourth and Twentyfifth
streets who also own property on
Hudson avenue that with the saloon
eliminated from tho business houses
of the new avenue they would erect
firstclass business blocks on Hudson
areuiio at their earliest convenience
and transfer their business from
Washington avenuo to the new ave
nile Those men state that they arc
determined to not havo a saloon on
tho nvonuo and they will use theIr
very best efforts to induce the mayor
and tho city council to not grant
licenses fOI saloons In that district
It was also decided by those at the
mooting that no business building on
the avenue shall bn less than two
stories high and that all shell bo
modern and substantial In every r < >
rj > cct the object being to have the
uvenuo present an appearance of uni
formity In structural design as near
as practicable It la the purpose of
tl OBI Interested that Hudson nvoimn
Phnll become the uptodate business
hart of tho city All present wore
1iithuKiantlc In their advocacy of this
particular Idea and It was announced
that all would work with an eye sin
gle to tho accomplishment of this pur
pose
There will be no wiring on the siir
faco of the avenuo and the Street will
be ontiroly freo from point of any do
fcrlptlon All tho wiring for electric
lights or telephones will be placed
under ground The avenue will b O
lighted by twelvo cluster lights pine
cd along the slewnlkH on either sldo
of the avenue six clusters on eaih
iIJp This will brilllantl light the
rntiro avenue and give an electric
illumination that will he attractive
Within thirty days all the building
now standing on the avenue will be
razed and the contractors will begin
iho laying of the newer In that dis f
trict the placing of tho osphaltum on r
the street and tho building of the
Mm To their surprise they found
that the man had left for hans un
known and that Ills wlfo and daugn
tor had gone to Brlgham city where
they slnco have resided
Sparks was traced to Shoshono
Idaho and from them to Pocatello
where the officers of the railroad city
arrested him aud held him for tho
Utah officers While In Idaho Sparks
I Bomctlmcs represented that ho was a
locomotive engineer and at othor
times said he was a traction engin
eer Ills stories have been conflict
ing and letters from him Intercepted
by the officers have disclosed In
J criminating statements The letters
I were written to his viTo at Brigham
ilty and were tho means of tracing
I the mvi In his wanderings
While In Ogden Sparks workod at
various occupations most of the time
carrying the hail He spent much I
money in saloons nut ho la thought I
bj the ofllcors to be an tillround
crook Ho was here at the tlmo of i
the holdup but quickly disappeared
It Is said that he was soon the after
neon before the train was hold up
but that he had not been seen here
since
Members of tho train crow who
Vuro forced to stop the train lhac
nrphl at the point of revolvers wore
hero last evening to see Sparks and
tney all state that there U little
doubt but that ho Is ono of tho mon
A Mr Bailey who was a passenger
on tho train robbed also has visited
the Jail and ho says that Sparks is
ono of the desperadoes
Notwithstanding the Identification
the officers aro going to make fur
ther investigations before charging
Iho man with the robbery
Sparks la a man of about 10 yoavi
of age rather largo In stature and
the officers say Is a half breed Cher
okee Indian He has denied tho rob
bery but time officers are certain that
ho Is now ready tb give some Infor
mation that will disclose tho secret
of the holdup Ho ndvlsod the of
ficers this morning that ho desires
to have a further talk with thorn
l > iil was anxious to first sec his wlfo
vho Is on her tay from Brigham
city It Is oxpoctod that Sparks will
make a confesaionbi the robbery I
sidewalks and the curb and gutters
lu the meantime the erection of busi
ness blocks will bo begun and before
CLrlstnms the avenue will assume
definite form as aj business thorough
fare of the city r
A number of plans for business
places are now being drawn by ar
chitects the building to Login as ooon
as the plans are perfected
John T Hurst of the firm of Paine
Hurst has plans drawn for a three
story building on tho ground now oc
cupied by the large skating rink faG
Ing Grant avenue Mr Hursts new
building will Front Hudson avenue
and extend to Grant avenue It will
bo a modern structure furnishing
space enough for four good store
looms on the ground floor the upper
hoots to be used for offices and other
purposes
fhe Peory estate Is now having
plans drawn fOI the erection of a fine
ftlassfrout building on Hudson and
Twentyfifth street on the ground
now occupied by the building former
ly need by the American Tea com
rany These plans will be ready for
time contractors within a abort time
sad a member of tho Peer Brothers
company states the now building will
bo completed at tho earliest poscblo
moment It Is understood that the
proposed business block has already
been leased the owners of the prop
erty nut caring to state however
who tho lessee is nor what particu
lar line of buslnosj wlll bo carried
ca I J
earime remodelingof the Munsoy ci
gar store and cafo across Hudson
uvonuo from the Pcery place will be
gin at an early date tho plan being
to make that corner modern In ov
build
nry particular The remodolud
lag will have a glassfront on Hudson
uvenuo of 100 feet with thrco en
hances The lInes of business to ho
conducted In the building will hel
barber shop cifcand cigar store TillS
work will begin as soon as the pav
ing of the avenue and the placing of
concrete sidewalks under way
The contractor having In hand tho
removal of tho buildings from the
nvenuo is making splendid progress
to nd states that heis certain of liav
lIla everything In roadlnoss for the
time
now avenue mit the contract
The city engineering department
has advertised for bids for the pav
ing curbing and giittorSng sewering
l lid nldowalklng of the avenue tho
publication of tho proposition to he
concluded in twenty day At the enl
of that time the bids will bo consid
ered by the city council and hue con
Ircct awarded The engineer is also i
advertising for hjd for the paving
of Washington avenuo from Twenty
second street to tie Ogden river i
bridge the work to be donft III con i
nection with the Hudson avenue
> work the ptiiporfo of this being to
make the contract of sufficient prf >
portidiis to warrant lie contractor
phould ho be Ogdfn man In the
construction of a local asphalt plant
REFUSES TO REPLY
TO WOMENS CHARGE
OF SMOKING
CINCINNATI > UB r > Mrs Alien
Roosevelt honqworth refuses to digni
fy the chargcthat obI smokes cgir I
ottes with micpiY Tno agitation
which was started bysoino womens
clubs of the cast has spread to all
rarts of the country and It Is said
that a committee from the National
AntlClgaredeleague wlU call upbn
the former prtldciits daughter
urge her to deny that she smokes or
quit If she has already indulged In
smoking I just cant think of deny
Ing or affirming tho story that I smoke
cigarettes said the young woman
4J can neither deny nor affirm any
stories that arc lnclrcuIatlon about
me and will ncvcrJ under anv circum
stances grant an interviewpersisted
Mrs Longworth
PRORINfi Dii
IN 60RE SENSATION
McAlostor Okla Aug 10Slx hun
dred Indlaus assembled at a Will
council at Sulphur Oklahoma and
using up almost an entire bottle of
Ink wrote their signatures individu
ally to tho McMiirray land contracts
Although Informed that J P McMnr
ray holder of the contracts would not
a profit of from 2000000 to 3000
OOD In attorney fees the Indians
wore advised that the contracts af
forded the quickest way to realize on
their land estimated to be 150000
acres In extent and valued at from
30000000 lo 1000000 In addition
to the land contracts McMurrays
agents had the Indians sign contracts
for tax cases against the government
at a feo of 10 per head The land
fee was 10 per cont contingent upon
tho sale of tho land
James H Godfrey a Chickasaw In
dian by Intermarriage gave this testi
I mony before time congressIonal inves
tigating committee today
Godfrey said he Induced time Indians
I to assemble at Sulphur to persuade
them to sign the contracts almost 10
000 of which McMnrray had previous
ly secured McMnrniy he said had
boon successful In previous litigation
for tho Indians and the Indians bo
lievcd If they paid him 10 per cent
attorneys fees he would be ablo to
urge the authorities at Washington to
oxpcdlto the sale
Do you mean to say that vou told
the Indians It would be a bargain to
pay Me Murray several million dollars
lo do something which the govern
ment has already agreed to do
Yes we thought It would be a
bargain for the government had not
done anything
Tho witness said that in securing
the tax contracts McMurray allowed
him 1 a head Ho said also that
plrt of his expenses were paid
Who paid your expenses to go to
the meeting at Sulphur
A man named Bates gave me 5
Ho lives at Robbers Roost Okla
Waa Robbers Roost the hoadquai
tors of McMarrays agents
I dont know
Jake L Hatnou who was charged
by Senator Gore with having offered
him Gore 25000 as a bribe In con
nection with the contracts again
went on the stand today Hamon
vas questioned regarding his counter
charges that Congressman C 15 Crea
cr had solicited sums of money
from McMurray
fl moll a1so repeated his previous
testimony that he was in Washing
ton In the Interest of C N Haskoll
governov of Oklahoma who was un
der federal indictment in the Musko
gee townlot cases Despite Governor
llaskclls denial Hamou maintained
that Huskell had paid his expenses
lo Washington and was to allow him
a fee
feeDidnt
Didnt you in May last ask Con
gressman C D Cartor to urge mo lo
vithdraw my bill holding up tho Mc
Murray contracts Hamon was ask
ed by Senator Gore
1 did not replied Hamon Cou
creaauian Carter Is here and may be
asked what if anything he knows
about the alleged bribery
Called to the stand Mr Crcager re
peated denials given previously Ho
saId ho onco had asked MoMurray for
a loan of 54000 but it was lo be a
regular business deal Involving secur
ity The loan was never made Lat
er ho had talked politics with Mc
Murray but thri latter never had as
sisted him financially as It was agreed
It would not look proper
The committee probably Will go to
Sulphur Okln tomorrow
That a partner of J F McMurray
had offered him a prosent of 10
000 two years ago when the land
contracts were under discussion was
testified to by E B Latham a former
United States attorney at the after
noon hearing
Latham testified that McMurrnys
jartncr agreed to turn over tho
nK > uoy after the contracts were put
through but Latham said It was
not stipulated that any service would
be rendered by him for the money
His appearance as a witness was
at the instance of Senator Gore
cOCIETY
JAPANESE WEDDING
Mr Tokutaro Igarashl aud Miss
Numb Nariuil two of tho young peo
ple of the Japanese residents woro
quietly married at the Methodist par
sonago Monday afternoon by the Rev
G W McCroory They will take up
their residence in this oily and their
friends wish them much happiness
O K Crunch forrnnrly of Ogden I
but Into of Chicago was a welcome
visitor at Roy Buchmillers camp In
Ogdon canyon Tuoadny evening Af
ter dinner Mr Crauch and Mr Buch
miller angled for ibo speckled hoau
ties In Ogden river
Fred M Nyo entertained C F
Crauch of Chicago at dinner Monday
ovcning his home
Theodora Schansonbach of tho Fred
J Kiesel Co has returned from tho j
Pacific coaSt hero he has enjoyed
a mouths vacation I
Bail Hull leaven Thursday for San
Franqlsco where he has accepted a
position with time Schillhig Co
Kraik CJallaoher head of time com
missary deportment of the Corn Con
struction company at Idaho Falls Is
In Ogdon to Spend a weok or mure
I
Bleaker Wheeler expert onglnoer I
for till forest service has returned l
from a trip to Idaho and Montana and J
Is spending a pleasant week in Ogden
Mis8 Maria Glominn and MJHSI Mar
sarpL Lawless Immure lgfUOKdeiufora f
lonf qf Colorado and will arrfvoHat t
their home lu Chicago early In Sop
I
r Kabo
ity Supporter
fl41
ii1r I t1
I
Kabo MatcrnitySupportcrs
arc adjustable to all stages
4Igf of pregnancy and make a Vtd I
most excellent bandage for I
the period following confine
ment
For Avomcn with large 1hdonHlI due 10 fat or clropsioal
tendencies those sitpp rts mire a great blessing Tluj weight
is supported by tho shnukl 1hus
r 1s removing nil strain and ir
ritating tension on the tissues and niiihclcs of the abdominal
envily This not only aJInrds relief from dragging and bear I
iug down pains but jf bogs ilout a vigorous condition that t
means improved health
Yon will notice time entire absence of anything1 al the waist
line thus giving perfect eomfort and freedom of movement
STYLE NO 10
This Splendid Supporter Only 3 OO
Sizes 32 in Hi in 36 in 3S in JO in U in 4G in and
48 in Measurements to be taken around the abdomen
BADCON P1tIARMACY
AGENTS MAILED ANYWHERE
tombor The young ladies spent a
week in this city as time guests ot Mr
and Mrs Walter McCormIck
rhe Sunday evening service at the
Methodist church was mado unusual
ly Interesting In that the malo quar
lotte sang a soleotlon the music of
which was written by Mr 1 W Ram
P ono oC time number Time words
are a poem entitled The Joy of In
completeness by J Bessomcrs Tho
music is filled with melody and was
well rendered and greatly appreci
ated by the congregation This bit of
music deserves a larger use
Miss Esther Swartz of Salt Lake Is
the guest this week of Mls Vcrn Hod
son
Mrs L B Best Miss Violet Best
and Mrs M Plan have Just relumed
from a very enjoyable trip to the
Yellowstone Park where they visited
for two weeks
Mr and Mrs Frank Lowe have TO
turned from a sixweeks tour of Call 1
torn la J
Ernest Dougherty of Fresno Calif I
has arrived in Ogden and is guest of
his relatives Harry Gravltt and
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fOREST FIRES
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Washington Aug lTheo fire con
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Improved a telegram received today
by Associate Forester Potter from As
sociate District Forester Sllcox at
Mlssonla Mont In whoso Jurisdic
tion the situation has been most ser
ious reported that all the fires in his
territory were now under control ex
cept those on tho clear water and
Conor DAleno rohenes In Idaho Ho
said that the federal troops from
Forts Harrison and Mit onla In Mon
tana were cooperatIng with the range
forces in fighting in flames
Mr Sllcox estimates Ibnt about
200000 acros hae been burned over
Forest officials here nre unable to ap
proximate the monetary loss with any
degree of accuracy because they are
without definite information as to tho
extent of the devastation irom tho
burned over area It Is thought how
ever that the loss will bo very heavy
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