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THE MORNING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 0 1910 t
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Lyrics and music by Carleton Leo Colby
4CU3PEOPlLIEsll5lt A COMPANION TO THE CAT AND THE
FIDDLE
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s 16 GORGEOUS SCENES 20 SONG HITS Gorgeousness Fun Fancy Mirth Music Pret
Lets Aviate Way Up to the Moon ty Girls and Boys Surely Are Here
Proces e o o o o 1 0501 COO 75c 50 c9 25c
I Seat Sa e Tuesday t 1 0 ao mo
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AN AGED MAN
HAS fATAl fAll
While Hauling Ties on Wheelbar
row John Stolberg Stumbles
and Strikes His Head
Peculiar Accident Brings Death
to a Rapid Transit Faith
ful Employe
A fall which ho received when a
wheelbarrow loaded with rnllroad ties
rolled down an embankment Is be
lieved Lo havo caused tho death of
John Stolborg aged 71 years near
tho corner of Eleventh street and
Washington avonuo about 7 oclock
last evening
flip aged man struck his head
against tho metal frame of tho wheel
barrow fracturing tho bono of tho
nose but death la believed to havo
resulted from Internal Injuries
Tho man was ttfead when found by
Oscar Savage near whoso homo tho
accident occurred
Stolborj resided at tho corner of
Ninth streot and Grant avenue and
was employed by mho Rapid Transit
company on track conutrucdou work
Last ovonlng after coming home
from work he wont over to Wash
ington avenuo for a load of old ties
which had been given to him by tho
foreman
With a number of ties loaded on
the wheelbarrow Stolbcrp started for
homo and had proooeded as far oo
Eleventh street when In tho dusk
or tho evening tho wheelbarrow ran
off tho path and down an embank
ment for a distance of about three
foot It IB supposed that this caused
the doceasod to pitch forward and
In falling he struck bin head and
sustained tho internal Injuries which
resulted In his death
Mr Savage found Stolberg lying
near tho overturned wheelbarrow
with blood flowing from his nose and
mouth Realizing that the man had
been badly Injured ho summoned a I
physician and then notified tho po
lice dopartmonl When tho physi
cian arrived ho pronounced tho man
dead
Before tho body had been removed
from tho scene of tho accident a
conlnlaw of tho decease Andrew
Anderson arrived in search of his
relative tho family having become
alarmed when ho did not return to
his home Tho sad news was then
convoyed to the waiting wife and
daughter at home
Tho body was removed to Llnd
Qulsts undertaking parlors It Is not
probable that an inquest will ho nec
esrary
The deceased celebrated his 71st
birthday anniversary yesterday Although
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though well advanced In years ho
wns a man of exceptionally largo
stature weighing more than 225
IOundn and this fact may have somo
bearing on tho fatal results of tho
fall he received
Stolberg was a native of Sweden
coming to this country about seven
years ago Since coming to Ogden
he had been employed both by the
city and tho street car company
In addition to the wife he Is sur
vived by threo daughters and two
Eons two daughters residing In Og
den ono son and one daughter In
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Salt Lake and one son in Norway i
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Thoro is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of tho grip except
when followed by pneumonia and this
never happens when Chamberlains
Cough Remedy is used This reme i
dy has won Its great reputation and
extensive sale by Its remarkable cures
of colds and grip and can bo relied
upon with Implicit confidence For
1 salo by all dealers I
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I Chiropractic Adjustments
Wo want you to know all about the wonderful Science
of Chiropractic and to all who arc sick we will give an expert
examination and Chiropractic Adjustment absolutely free
We can tell you why you are sick and Chiropractic
Spinal Adjustments will remove the cause of your disease
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and make you well
Dont miss this opportunity Come and be convinced I
Office hours 9 a in to 12m 2 to 5 p m and 7 to 8 p m
Ind phone 3843A Office 407 Eceles building
Barbarick M lHrnghaIDl
DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC
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Coke is the hid
Try It
I want tho people of Ogden to know that the gnsc house
coke is the nicest and cheapest fuel you can buy nt frkoO per
ton It will burn in your furnace longer without attention
than coal Do not try to burn large lumps in a small stove
break them and tho coke will lay closer and not go out when
only a small fire is needed
Coke does not stop up the flues there being no soot or
smoke when burning Coke like gas is the ideal fuel Becker 1
Brewing S Malting Co ShupeAViHinnis Candy Co bakeries
nnd blacksmiths are all using coke If you have never used it 1
you may hesitate and delay that which is to your advantage
We will send an expert to teach you how to use it free of
charge Be sure and shut off the draught as much as possible
after you start your fire as coke burns hot with but little
draught You dun mix your slack coal with it which makes
the fire more lasting and uniform ti
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UTAH LIGHT RAILWAY 400
D DEOKEEV Local Manager
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MEET Of
AVIATORS
San Francisco Committee Decides
Not to Hold Flights in
That City
BIRD MENS DEMANDS
WERE TOO EXORBITANT
Aviators Accept Proposition Af
ter the Californians Give
Up Idea of Meet
SAN FRANCISCO Nov 5Wlth
123000 actually subscribed for a big
aviation meet in San Francisco from
November 23 to December 4 the
executive committee having tho mat
ter In charge unexpectedly declared
all negotiations off with the aviators
in the ast this afternoon and decided
not to hold tho moot The reason
assigned by tho committee was tho
uncertain attitude of the aviators
themselves and the exacting demands
and threatening stand taken by BCV
eral persons who claimed they had
promoted tho affair and whllo unable
to pull It off yet demanded a sum
of money to walvo and while they
laid claim A Low minutes after the
committee had taken this action and
adjourned a telegram was received
from Israel Ludlow president of the
Aero Club of America staling that
tho aviators were now willing to
come to San Francisco without any
other guarantee than that of ex
penses if sufficient prizes were hung
up for them to compete for
WHERE YOU von
ON TUESDAY
The polling places for next Tues
days election are ns follows
Polling Places
First dlBtrlct May L Shipp 30 J
Twentyfourth street
Second district Mrs Leon Brown
Ing 2835 Lincoln
Third district Recorders office
city hall
Fourth district Mrs Curto 2658
Vall avenue
Fifth district Geo Stevens 211
Twentyfirst street
Sixth district Frank Parker 234
Twentyfourth street
Seventh district N G U Armory
211 Twentyfourth street
Eighth district Moores store 12GG
Washington avenuo
Ninth district Mrs Frances Shaw
743 Washington avenue
Tenth distrIctShaw Merc Co 203
Washington avenue
Eleventh district Mrs G E Folk
man 20G8 Douglas
Twelfth dlHtrlct Court House
Twentyfourth street
Thirteenth district Geo Warner
723 Twentyfourth street
Fourteenth district Mrs Minnie
Palley 1132 Twentyfourth
Fifteenth trlctColumbla Cigar
Factory 451 Twentyfifth streot
Sixteenth district Mrs W S
Jones 2630 Barlow
Seventeenth dlotrlctr Wrights store
3100 Washington avenue
County
Burch CreekI W Thackrell 3C78
Washington avenue
Eden Ecclco Hall
Farr West Amusement hall
Hnrrlsvlllo Meeting house
Hooper No 1Jas Widdlson Jr
Hooper No 2 Relief Society hall
Knnoflvllle Mooting house
Liberty Amusement hall
Marriott Meeting house
North Ogden Rex Old Store
Pleasant View Mooting houcc
Randall Honor Randall
Rlvcrdale Meeting house
Roy
Slatorvllle Mooting house
TJmtah Amusement hall
I WarrenOld brick school house
West Weber No 1 School house
Wcst Weber No 2 Taylor school
house
Wllffon
I Plain City Adobe school house
I Hunttrvlllc City haiL
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BOYS IN JAil
Try to Run a Cafe But Meet
With a Sad Disappoint
ment
Two men believed lo bo well
Known resldcnta1 Brigham City
were arrested In a cafo last evening I
for being drunk and starting a gen I
eral rough house I
The men gave their names as Wil I
Hrm Connolly and M j Sullivan hut
the police are Inclined to doubt the
correctness of this identification
Thu men arc said to have been
under the Influence of liquor when
they entered the cafe after which
tlicy drank tho contents of a pint
bottle of whisky When tho proprie
tor remonstrated with tho mOll for
their loud and boisterous talk they
started to rough it
Detective Ponder and Captain
Brown placed tho men under arrest
and they were locked up
Both men wore well dressed and
among their possessions wore found
litcrurban tickets from Brigham to
Salt Lake They will probably bo
hold until Monday morning
Mr Otto Paul Milwaukee Wls
says Foleye Honey and Tar Is GUll
more than the bosL Ho writes us
All those that bought It think it IB
tho best for coughs and colds they
ever had and I think It Is still more
than the best Our baby had a bad
cold and it cured him in one day
Please accept thanks Badcon Phar
macy A R McIntyre Prop
BLANCHE WALSH
AT THE URPHEUM
Miss Blanche Walsh who will bo
seen at this theater In a limited en
gagement of Tho Other Woman
for ono night only Thursday Nov 10th
is acknowledged the leading ematon
11 actress of this country Miss
Walsh has in The Other Woman
tho strongest role of her successful
career The play Is the work of that
wellknown magazlno writer Freder
ic Arnold Kummcr
Following aro a few epigrams from
Tie Other Woman
Men do not always show thou love
to their wives
I ask nothing of tho man I love
Not even himself It rs his happiness
1 wan tnot m no
A wife has got to bo more than
goody to hold her husband
Why lot a little tiling like a wife
stand in tho way
Because a woman loves a married
man It does not follow she Is a bad
woman
Just because youve been divorced
twice you neednt think everybody
elso has got the habit
Lots of women talk about Novo
arc really looking for a meal ticket
Conscience may tie a good thing
to keep ono out of trouble 1 prelero
common sense Its safer
To be a successful wife takes in
telligence thought work Its the
most difficult profession in the world
What does man Inge mean to you9
Ypuve missed tho Dealest thing in
life just because you aro too selfish
to pay the price
Marriage Is a test by fire If you
are not equal to it you lose and no
law can make It anything different
You think think because a man has
made you his wife all you have to do
is to sit around and no supported z
My wife doesnt want the truth
shes one oC those women who make
men liars
It takes more than ono woman to
come between a man and ills wife
the wife must havo loft the room
Dont forgot that it Is not the mar
riage service says you arcIt is
really what you are that counts
It Is easy enough to talk about
breaking up a home when It Is only
an abstract idea but when you come
to see what It means its almost llko
murder
You may talk about tho question
ot hove and nmrrlago till you are bluo
in the faco but when you run up
against rte question of children your
arguments arent worth n snap of
your fingers
GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW
The use of Foley Kidney Pills They
are upbuilding strengthening and
soothing Tonic In action quick In
results Badcon Pharmacy A R
Mclntyre Prop
L C SMITH DEAD
SYRACUSE N Y Nov 5Lyman
C Smith the miiUImllllonairo type
writer manufacturer died here to
day
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Deans Hegulets cure constipation
without griping nausea nor any weak
ening effect Ask your druggist for
them 25 cents per box
TO RETIRE TROTTING MARE
BOSTON Nov ISonoma Girl the
famous trotting niare has been re
tired from the turf by her owner Miss
Lotta Crabtrco of this city Tho
marcs last race It Ib expected will
bo at Phoenix Ariz It Is understood
that with her retlment from the tuf
Sonoma Girl pass from the owner
ship of Miss Crabtreo to a loading
stock farm
uitc ERcURE
I WBLL GIVE 1000
IF I FAILTO CUREAHYCANCER orTUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS
WITHOUT KWFE OR PAJM VEGETABLE PLASTER
5000 CURES
SVORJI TO Ulnliton
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OH OTHER SWINDLU fJ
WRITTEN GUARANTEE M 4
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MiMPniWOMAirS BREAST
IS CANCER ODd if cculecUd it ALWAYS
poUom clfrp 13 the nnnpIL ud hiU quwklv
Address DR fh MRS DRCHAMLEY0 qixklytiT
IJlJlcen for U S CANCER CURE Lucllt In tho WORLD I
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JUNK BUYERS 1
VICTIMIZt BOSS
Go Out to Bug Goods but Disap
pear With Horse Wagon
and Money
Abraham Siner Reports Loss of
Property and Coin to the
Police
Fearing that they have been vic
timized to the extent of a horse and
wagon and a considerable sum of mon
ey Abraham Singer proprietor of a I
secondhand store at 179 Twentyfifth I
street and a friend engaged In tho
same business havo appealed to tho
sheriffs olllce In an effort to appre
hend two men who they sent out last
Monday to buy Junk in the country
districts
The Junk buyers had not been
heard from during tho past week and
should have returned to this city last
night At a late hour they had failed
to put In an appearance and tho finan
ciers of the expedition woro sufficient
ly alarmed DR to appeal to the officers
Tho men who names were not
known to Sinor and his frlond had
made an expedition tho week previous
and returned wth a cargo of Junk one
week ago last night On last Mon
day the mon ono of whom Is said to
bo 70 years old WorD equipped with
a horso and wagon and started out on
another weoks pilgrimage
To further faclllato their work
Siner gave ono of tho mon gi0 In
cash and his partner Is said to havo
supplied a slmlllar amount Tho Junk
buyers left tho city and that la tho
last that has been seen oC them up
to a late hour last night Slner fears
that tho men sold tho horse and wag
on and decamped with the proceeds
together with thor SSO cash basis
If this is tho case there Is small
chance of apprehending them In view
of the fact that they now have a
weeks start on tho officers
iEORPUEUM
IS 1liE PLACE
TONIGHTS BILL
WILL PLEASE YOU
All Orpheum shows arc good
some are bettor than others but no
mistake Is over made when one visits
the Orpheum
Tho management of the Orpheum
claims the above has been attested In
every sense of the word by the
thousands of delighted patrons wlfo
have attended tho Orpheum every
week this season Tomorrows bill
has the promise of being oven better
than the best no expense being spared
this season to entertain Orpheum
pntrons Just glance over tho new
bill and see if you wont like it
Dlnkelspeils Christmas
Dlnkelspells Christmas a dram
atic version of one of George Hobarts
famous Dlnkclspeil stories arranged
by the author himself will bo the
headline feature of next weeks Or
phcum hill It was originally pro
duced at a Lambs Club Gambol in
New York where it proved 1 tremen
dous success The play Is full of
human interest the lines situations
and complications being indescribably
funny and the characters naturally
and cleverly limned Tho homo of a
kindly old German and his Frau Is
shown It Is Christmas Eve the pair
aio anxiously awaiting the arrival of
their son Louis who is a salesman
and whom they havent seen for two
years They me planning to have
him marry Lena who has been his
sweetheart ever since they went to
school together Dlnkclsplcl has oven
gone so far as to secure a license for
the marriage Louis arrives with
his wife for he has been married
over a year without tho knowledge of
his parents The wife leaves a few
minutes later and DInkelspell and his
frau enter They give Louis a warm
welcome tell him of their plans to
have him wed his school girl sweet
heart Louis wife returns with their
baby and when the old folks see the
little one they quickly relent all is
forglvon and they make merry under
a big Christmas tree
Waterbury Bros Tenny
Tho Wnterbtiry Bros Tonny aro
I probably the most popular musical
I trio In vaudeville today and their ap
pearance next week at tho Orphcnm is
sure to be cordially welcomed They
have recently been among the chief
hits of Cohan and Harris Honey Boy
lllnstrels and their return to vaude
ville has resulted in a repetition of
former triumphs on the Orpheum cir
cuit Their entire repertoire of mu
sical numbers arc new and original
and their comedy brighter than over
The Five Alphas
The word Novelty means some
thing when it is applied to tho Five
Alphas hoop Jugglers and rollers As
the curtain rises scores of brilliantly
cc bored hoops are shown on the stage
and the entire troupe get down to
Is Juggling without in Instants de
lay passingfrom one brilliant feat
to another with spirited action and
Keeping things humming all tho time
As a finish all tho members of the
troupe keep tho air filled with the
brilliantly colored flying hoops Tho
act Is one that cannot fail to make an
Impression when It appears
Jeanette Adler and Her Picks
Jeanette Adler and Her Picks will
provide a lively and attractive offering
yf character songs and funny dancing
numbers Jeanette who Is a sister
to Flo Adler the well inown vaude
ville artiste possesses tho same
charming personality and natural talent
and for her own vaudeville appearance
rlie has selected a quartette of Danc
ing Pickaninnies who enliven tho
act and give It a comical quaint and
iitorostoinK touch
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Hyman Meyer Thrt tan nt hr >
Plano Is a protege fit Alartin Bock I
jml appears excldulvri ii Vn i
under his direction Mr Meyer pre
sents are of the most novel and artls
tv arts In vaudeville giving what
might be called a musical mono
logue giving selection from grand
opera All of those things havo been
I attempted bpfo but nAVel rend
ered In the way Mr Myers accom
d
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deposits in the Bank nrc what swell your fund to
I goodsized proportions
It certainly will be very satisfactory to know t
that you have plenty of money in reserve for emer
gencies and at your command whenever you need it
Your account is cordially invited
Four per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts
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OP OGDEN UTAH
Capital r 17600000
Surplus 5000000 4
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Wo pay interest on savings deposits at the rate of 4 per cent I
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OFFICERS and DIRECTORS i
Job Pingree President Joseph Scowcroft VPrco
James Mack VicePresident J W Abbott VicePresident
James Pingree Cashier
J U F Last
Angus T Wright
E P Ellison Preston A Blair
richer Scowcroft B G Blackman
Joseph S Peory A L Brewer
Charles Ziemor O A Henry
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
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J E Dojly President
Horace E Peery Vies President Ralph E Hosg Cannier i
Hiold J Peery Vlco Prenlflent A V Mclntooh Aost Cashier
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and Time Deposits 1
pushes them Asldo from his really
funny comedy his playing demands
tho admiration of all who hear It He
in one of the moat brilliant and artistic
performers on a piano over seen in
vaudeville
Lane < ODonnell
Lane ODonnell who have been
styled The Lunatic Tumblers will
present their newest offering Loop
ing tho Bumps Their work Is fast
and hazardous and they are always
a success in any program they contrib
ute to I
Now Orpheum motion pictures and
n cood nuiKlm nropram will complete
the now program
StARGHH G FOR
RUNAWAY BOY
Mine Owners Young Son Being
Sought After liy Anxious
Relatives
Clare Folt Did Not Like Schools
Leaves Salt Lake
Home
The aid of the Ogden police has
been Inllstcd In the search for Clare
Felt son of George E Felt a prom
inent mint and ranch owner of Salt
Lake City who left his home In that
cty on Thursday and is believed to
bo In Ogden Mr Hansen an uncle
of tho boy arrived in Ogden yesterday
and made a thorough search of tho
city hut failed to locate the Ida
Young Foil Is sixteen years of ago
but according to the relative he
would easily be alien for a boy of 20
years of age Like many other toys
of his age Felt tired of attending
school and having disagreed with his
patents In one or two of their rulings
he decided to leave nome
A few days ago tho father and
mother W9nt to Nevada to look after
some matters at a ranch The boy
decided that this was Ills opportunity
and Thursday he disappeared Fri
day a letter postmarked Ogdon ar
rived at the family home In Salt Lake
and although addressed to the father
a slstor realized that It was in Clares
hnndvrltlng and decided to Investi
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gate rather than forward it to tho
elder Felt In Nevada
She was correct In her surmise and
the letter was a very well composed
farewoll to the parents In his letter
tho boy stated that in view of the dif
ferences which had resulted between
ho and his parents he had decided t < J
leave home and mako his own way
in tho world IIIIIIIII
Ho thanked them all for the kind
nesses which they had shown him
and realized that he was not doing
the right thing by leaving home but
thought It for the best According I
to the undo tho letter would really
havo dono credit to an older head I I
Clare stated that ho would go out I
at once In search of a job f 1M
From tho fact that the letter was I
sent from this city the relatives arc
of the opinion that tho boy is in this I
city and the uncle camo to Ogdcn at
once after notifying tho parents who
arrived home yesterday The search C
yesterday however was a fruitless
one and tho police of surrounding
cities and towns will now be notified
When ho loft home young Felt woro
a blue suit and dark felt hat such as
are worn largely by high school stu
dents
Ills complexion Is dark and he has
blue eyes with shaggy eyebrows Any
Information regarding his where
abouts wll bo thnnkmlly received by
tIIfIIIiI
the parents or police
BOYS STOLE BUTTES
fROM PICKLE WORIS
Stealing bottles In wholesale quan
tities from the plant of the Hose Pre
serving company at 2lni Wall ave
nue Is tho charge placed against half
a dozen boys ranging In ago from 14
to 1C years who were arrested by
the police yesterday C
The boys are mid to have broken
open a door leading to the companys AtJII
store room alter which they stole
several sacks of bottles aggregating
in all about 20 dozen ri
As the bottles are the same as
those used In bottling beer the boys
Attempted to sell tho stolen goods
at a saloon on Vnll avenue and this
resulted In their arrest
The parents of the lads appeared
at police headquarters and agreed to
produce tho boys in the juvoulle court t
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surely com Vlili feeble limbs and dimmed mind you cannot provide for
yourself mId loved one nu you can In case ot health ond vigor Leurn a
icon from the siulrrol Put a kernel or two In tho bank while lino
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