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IH THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDFN. UTAH, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913 .
1 Miss Julir. Roberts of Bites, da
I I is visiting in Ogden with her aunt,
i J Mrs. S. K Keller
H J. R. Cooper v.-fii leave thin evening '
I for Atlanta, Ga., to attend the na-j
j iionai conference of the Presbyterian
Last night at the K of P. hall the
j Knights of Columbus entertained the'
I members of (he Holy Name society
About 75 members of the society p:r
ticipated. Songs, speeches, "riding
I the goat" and other stunt6 were pull-,
j ed off, much to the delight of the
' boys. Light refreshments wore sen - 1
j ed The youngBters regretfully de- j
l parted for their hornet?, voting the
I Knights royal entertainers Music
j was furnished by Miss Mabel Krause,'
j and Misses Marguerite and Genevieve,
Following is the program Word
i of appreciation, .lack Malone, re-1
marks. Rev. P. M (uahnahnn; reel- I
tation "Outdone by Holy Name Boy." I
Francis Leahy; song. "Always on the
' Square, Holy Name boys; remark,
i Hon McGuire, recitation "Boy of the
Family," Dave Maher. recitation,
"Fighting Race," Master Blackman,
BhOll talks by W. S. O'Brien, F. A. j
Tirophy, W E Roche.
1 SECRETARY ARRIVES.
This morning Mrs Ida B Cole, one
of the two flold secretaries of rbo
Chautauqua Literary and Scientific
circle of Chautauqua. N. Y., arrived in
I Ogden for a series of lectures to be
given under the auspices of the local
Chautauqua circle. Sunday evening
j ehe will address a meeting at the
Congregational church and at 11 a m.
i at the Fifth ward Monday the speak
er will talk to students of Weber
Bcaderny and Ogden High school
Tuesday afternoon the students of the I
j Brlgham High school will be address-
I ed by Mrs. Cole and on Wednesday a
reception by the local Chautauqua clr-
j cle will be given In her honor at the
home of Mrs S H Frey on Parrv j
avenue Mrs Cole is a former news
paper woman and has had a wide ex- q
petience In Chautauqua work.
PHILLIPS Funeral services for
Mrs Elizabeth Phillips, wife of Jarob
Phillips, will be held Sunday at 12
noon In the Fourth ward meeting
house, Bishop E A. Olseu. presiding
The casket will be open at the home.
20.T7 Madison avenue this evening and
Sunday morning between the hours
of 9 and 11. Mrs. Phillips Is sur
vived by her husband and the fol
lowing children Mrs. Emma Shrcee.
William J. Barnes. Mrs Lettie Den
kers. Edward and George Phillips,
sixteen grandchildren and one great
grandchild, also several brothers and
III CARS TO RUN
TO THE DEE
Next week will mark changes of
considerable importance in the Twenty-third
street car line.
Superintendent P. D Kline of the
Rapid Transit company has been au
thorized to extend the line from the
present terminus south one block on
Harrison to the Deo Memorial hospi
tal, and the work will be begun Mon
day The superintendent has also
been instructed to continue the line
along Twenty-third street from Ad
ams to Washington avenues to avoid
the Twenty-second street run Work
on this part of the road also will be
These Improvements made and th-
Twenty-third street car will have a
direct run from Washington aenue
to the hospital The hospital exten
sion will be to the north side of
5c Down Buys a Sewing Machine
The Greatest Sewing Machine Offer Ever Made Is
Now Extended to a Limited Number of Our Customers
The machine to be sold on these terms to a
limited number of our customers, is known as
the Aviator. It is a modern make with a high
arm, drop head, five drawers, and fully equip
ped with all of the latest attachments. It is
fully guaranteed. The furniture is of a finely
selected, handsomely finished oak. It runs
noiselessly and easily. Makes a perfect stitch
will do all and any kind of sewing.
It is a machine which cannot be duplicated
anywhere for less than Fifty Dollars. It is ab
solutely new just from the factory. And the
number to be offered on these remarkable
terms is limited.
Twenty-fourth street on Harrison
WORK ON NEW
Following a visit to this city by
A. B. Apper6on general superinten
dent of the Denser & Rio Graude and
J. L Thompson, superintendent of the
bridge and building department, the
order was given to build an Ice house
at once to protect the remainder of
the 15,000 tons of ice stored in the
building that was destroyed by fire
I yesterday afternoon
i All available carpenters were put
to work on the structure this after
noon Frank Fouts. local agent for the
road stated that, while the building
to cover the ice will he erected at
once, the superintendents had not
del tit d on the other buildings and
will wait a few days being going
Mr. Fouts did not belies e that the
destruction of the storage buildings
will hase any effect upon the build
ing of a new depot but said that the
freight depot proposed is slill under
Last Vaudeville Per
formance of the Season,
Hopedalc. Mass. May 3. Arturo Gl
ovannltti, James M. Coldwell and Cal
eb F Howard Industrial Workers of
the World, organizers, who are lead
ing the strike at the foundry of tht
Draper company, were arrested today
'charged Ith violating the town ordinances.
1 1 f GAS NEWS
H J MINIMUM CHANGED
j from One Dollar per month to
I $12. per Year
I I Beginning May 1st, 1913 our minimum charge will be $12 OG
I Hj I per annum instead of $1.00 per month as heretofore.
I i This will enable many of our consumers to make a saving dur- I
ing the winter months when it is necessary to use coal ranges B
j in order to properly heat the kitchen.
j Gas bills will now be made out for the amount of gas used and I
; should the yearly total not equal the $12.00 minimum the last 1
bill of the yearly service will be made for the difference.
Because of the change in minimum we will discontinue the.
practice of locking meters.
H ill NOW YOU CAN AFFORD GAS
I Utah Light &
I Railway Co.
H ;;:,. Phone 102 S. T WHIT AKER, Local Mgr.
IF THIS IS YOUR BIRTHDAY
You will make some change for the
j better, and If in employ you will win
adancement Responsibilities will be
I added, but with hard work you will be
I able to maintain your advantage
Those born today will have the qual
ltles thai make for slow but sure ad
! vtauceinenL They should be ediicat
I ed broadly, their special talents en
I couraged and guided Narrow prcju
! dire forced upon thee children will
j blight thir careers (May 3.)
IF THIS IS YOUR BIRTHDAY
You will travel or move under un
pleasant conditions or with poor sue
cess. Extra precautions concerning
money and valuables will save you a
loss Games ot chance will not fa
Those bom today will possess nat
ural talents, capable of development
into sparkling wit and poetic fancy
Professionally they will shine, and
with early and careful training In
management and economy they will
also succeed materially (May 4 i
For Editorial, ' ews md Society
Department, CaW Only Phone No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 66
! , 1
The T. & G product Is a triumph
in t-utter making.
School Essays The essays on
Mothers" written by students in the
public schools have been banded to
the clerk of the board of education
Dd will be turned over to the Child
Culture club to be judged. The es
says on "The Preservation of Our
I Hinls" are now In the hands of tho
I Historical society and the awards are
I to be announced early next week
Advertisers muBt have their coor
:eadv for the Evening Standard lbs
evening before the dny on vhich tho
advertisement la to appear in order to
New ResidencesA Van Patten
I has begun ihe erection of a residence
on Monroe avenue, between 80th and
21st streets that will cost upwards of
$:;,n00 and otic on Franklin avenue,
between Lincoln and Grant, that will
roHt $L',400 A $."00 concrete barn will
be built for each residence
Cal 21 for the newr editorial and
society departments of the Standard.
Mrs T C Hanley and son, Lewis,
have returned from Rawlins, Wyo,
where they were called by the death
of Mrs. Hanley b sister. Mrs. J B.
Old papers for sale at this offlc;
'.'5c per hundred
i Mrs. Cole at Fifth Ward Mrs. Ida
; U Cole, Chautauqua field secretary,
I will speak at the Fifth ward meet
inghouse at 11 a m , Sunday.
Kodak finishing. Tripp studio.
Brigham Hotel, 24th St and Wall
I Ave., one block from depot Ogden's
only fireproof hotel. New. modern,
" elegantly furnished, moderate rate;
On a payment of 5c, the machine will be
delivered to your home. The subsequent pay
ments are to be made weekly, adding 5c each
week to the payment. Thus the second payment
will be 10c, the third payment 15c, the fourth
payment 20c and so on until the full amount is
The total amount to be paid is ONLY
j $26.40. The last payment, which is the largest
one, is ONLY $1.60. By starting with 5c pay
ment and adding 5c to it each week, the ma
chine will be paid for in thirty-two weeks.
A GOOD frAc) TO TEADE,
permanent guests will be given atlrac
Out of Hospital Mrs. James Har
rop has been released from the Dee
hospital, where she underwent an op
eration on the neck
Ten Silver Dollars will be rimi
awaj at the Colonial Saturday night.
Everyone will have a chance
Choir's Trip San I iego has gl j
tended an invitation to the Tabemacle
i to visit that city when the c hoir I
makes trip to San Francisco dWM
1 ing the Panama Pacific exposition in
; 191",. The members of the Salt Lake
1 Tabernacle choir also are talking at
, golns to San Diego
Baseball This afternoon on the
ball grounds of 'he school for the
! Dc.if and Blind the lirrt Ikis.1i. ill
team of the State Industrial school
, will meet th deaf students for ch.im
. pionshlp honors.
At the Berges Mr- Walter Crow
, t he i was released from the Berges
hospital last evening, greatlv improv
Everybody ih urged to visit the dis
, trlct school at the Methodist church
' May 6th at 8 p m.. and enjoy a good
! laugh Admission. 15 cents.
Is Recovering. L R Spencer of
i Hawthorne, evada, who has been ill
fo- the past week is much lo'ter and
was able to leave his bed toda;. tor
the firt time.
For bargains in Idaho Seed Pota
I toeB call The H L Griffin Co.. phone
t May Electrify System. According
I to a report coming from Roise, the
, Oregon Short Line Compan is con
i Bldering the electrification of their
system The report says that the
large power companiei have been
asked to submit bids for furnishing
J Last Vaudeville Per
formance of the Season,
A. J. PRQUBF1T
IN A SERIOUS
A J Proudfit the father of Robert
Proudfil and proprietor ot the IToud
fit Sporting Goods company on Twcu
tv -fourth strc-et. is seriously ill at
his home at 1949 Washington avenue
and but slight hopes are held out for
I his reeove: y
I Mr Proudfit was taken 111 last Sun
I day and has been confined lo his
home since then.
Bnght's disease and u general
breakdown is responsible for bis pres
ent condition His son spent tho af- :
ternoon at his bed side.
YOUNG BOY IS
AT THE DEE
At the Dee hospital vesterday after
noon Leonard Wilkinson, tho 7-year
old son of Alexander Wilkinson, was
operated on for appendicitis, the lit
tie fellow withstanding the operation
with great fortitude Aside from ap
pendicitis, other complications were
found and th operation was looked
on by th surgeons as quite a auccc-ss
Mrs RB Logan of Superior. Wyo..
and John Kob of Reliance. Wjo, were
taken to the hospital todiiy for treat
ment and yesterday afternoon William
M Howell of Logan was released In
aji luiproxc-d condition of health
Mav Newman, S years old, who was
operated on for appendicitis at the
I Dee hospital Thursday morning is re
l ported as recovering rapidly from the
BODY OF WOMAN
FOUND IN SNOW
Denver May S. The sight of a hu
man arm projecting from a bank of
snow lod today lo the finding of the !
body of Mrs Alice McMillen of Call
fornia, whose disappearance has re
mained a mystery for five months
Mrs McMillen disappeared from a
mountain cabin owned by her broth
ers in December of last year She had
$13 00Q on her person when she left
and months of searching failed to re
veal any trarp of her When her bodv
was disclosed today by the melting
snow the money could not be found.
Mrs McMillen had two brothers liv
me in Zanesi ille, 1 1
Chicago May Easier markets at
Liverpool. Buenos yres and Pari
today depressed wheat here Good
'. rains in the southwest, which are
. xpected to rid the fields of chinch
bugs, was also a bearish factor. July
opened 1-8 to l-4c lower at 91 l-Stf
l-4c and eased off a shade.
July corn opened unchanged to a
shade lower at fi.T 7-ScTiriB to 56c, but
on later improvement in demand ral
lied to 56 l-8c
Oats, under fair scattered buying,
steadied around :',4 2-4c for luh.
which opened 1-8(51-4 to l-4c off at
84 5-8fi ?.-4 to 3 -4c.
Provisions were irregular, opening
prices being 2 l-2c up to r'C lower.
Prices later declined under lightness
of demand Tul opening:
Pork, $19 50 to $19 52 1-2
Lard. $10 72 1-2
Ribs. $10.92 1-2 to 1095
I Chicago, May ?. HogsReceipts,
! 9000. Market steadv to a shade low
er Bulk. 8.4098.55; light, $8,350
8,60: mixed. $8.20g8.60; heavy, $7 96
8.60; rough. ?7 96'fT8.15; pigs, $6.60
a R 60.
Cattle Receipts D)0. Market
steady. Beees. S7.20faS90; Texas
steers. $6 7017 90, western, $6 90Cg
7 80, stockers and feeders. $6,000
8.10. cows and heifers. $6 908 10,
calves, $6 50g9.50
Sheep Receipts lOOOu. Market
steady. Native, $6.0007.15; western
$6.257.15; yearlings, $G60$8 00;
lambs, native, $6 608.75; western,
$0 90 0 8,90.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City. Mo., May 3 Cattle
Receipts 200 Market steady. Native
steers. S7.00fq 8.85 ; southern steers.
6 L'o'.'t 8 00; southern cows and heif
ers. $4.25 07.75; native cows, $4. 50
8 5i) stockers and feeders. SOtT1
7.85; bulls. $7.7607.80; calves. $6 50
jj L0.00; western steers. $7. 658 25 ;
western cows. $4.507 25.
Hogs Receipts 1000. Market
steadv. Bulk. $8.3008.40; heavy.
8 p8.3$J; packers and butchers,
$ mS 40. light, $8.308 45, pigs,
7 25 g 7.75
Sheep Receipts 500 Market
steady Muttons. 55 006.7o; Colo
rado lambs. 17.8608.60; range weth
ers and yearlings, $5 50'5)7.25 ; range
ewes, $5 00 6.50.
New York. May 3 Money on call,
nominal, no loans Time loans'
strong; 60 days. 3 3-4g4 per ccnt;
90 days, 4g 4 1-4 per cent; six months j
4 l-44 1-2 per cent.
South Omaha. Neb.. May 3. Cattle
Receipts 100 Market steady. Na
tive steers, $7.508.6o, cows and
heifers. $6 0O7.85; western steers,
$6.75i8)8 10; Texas steers. $6.007.60;
range cows and heiferB, $6 507.50;
calves, $6.75'ci'9 75.
Hogs Receipts 6.700. Market j
steady. Heavy, $8 26'ra;8.35; light,
58.35cfr8.40; pigs, $7.008.00, bulk of!
sales. $8.3008.82 1-2.
Sheep Receipts 100 Market,
steady. Yearlings, $7.00(577 60; weth
ers, $6.30(a6.9; lambs. $8 008 75.
New York, May 2 Raw sugar,
steady, muscovado. $2 862 89; cen
trifugal, $8.36 08.89.; molasses, $2,810
2 64, refined, steady.
AD CHICAGO GRAIN . .. . .8
Wheat A rally of 1-801 -4c on a
little buying sport did not bold. The
close was firm, however, with July
at 91al-8e, a net loss of l-801-4e.
Corn The upturn was only tempo- j
We make these easy terms on sewing ma
chines because there is no other way in which
we can so effectively advertise the fact that
sewing machines have been added to our stocks.
We recognize the advertising value too, of hav
ing a great number of people come to our store
weekly to make these payments, and in most
every case the visitor to the store will make
purchases in other departments so that while
we are giving our customers an opportunity to
own a good machine on very easy terms, we are
at the same time increasing our business by the
visits of those who come to make their weekly
payments. A 5c payment today will put a ma
chine in your home Monday.
THE WEALTHOMETER HOME SAFE
You Don't Miss What Goes in
What Comes Out Will Surprise You
OGDEN SAVINGS BANK, Ogden, Utah A
2384 Washington Avenue.
4 Per Cent Paid per Annum.
rary At the close July was steady,
l-8c lower at 55 7 -8c.
St Louis. Mo. May 3 Wool
Steady Northern and western medi
ums. 16Ti 19c; fine bnrry. 1415c;
slight burry, 153 16c.
GIRL WITH BROKEN
NECK MAY RECOVER
Salt Iake, May 2. Said to be BUf
I fering from fracture of some of the
vertebrae of her neck, Betta C. Con-
ley, 5 years of age, daughter of G J
Conley of 763 South State street, is
In the L. D. S hospital and Is thought
I to have a chance of recovery
The injury was the result of an ac
cident near her home Wednesday,
when she was caught under a falling
bale of hay. Last night the child was
reported to have recovered consci
ousness and to be resting without
serious pain She is being attended
by Dr S. C Baldwin, but many phys
icians and surgeons are taking a sci
entific Interest In hor case.
BOY RUN DOWN WITH AUTO
Salt Lake. May 3 While playing
with companions in front of the
Franklin school shortly before noon
yesterday, John Donaldson. 11, was
run down by an automobile ownod
and driven by Dr. F. Moormeister. It
!s said the surgeon drove the ma-
chine on the wrong side of the strwt
Donaldson was n moed ro his home.
lf'4 5 Kin lid avenue by Ernest Fred
Thi- a cident was investigated by
Motorcycle Patrolman Dan Grundrifc 1
who say s Dr Moormeister violated the
traffic ordinance Today the surgeca I
.vill be summoned into rourt The boj '
was not badly hurt.
SLAYS EMPLOYER AS
HE SITS IN CHAIR J
BlackfooL Ida.. May 3 Harry Hu I
phrey, a rancher lhing near Mackaj,
was stabbed and killed by Ernest
Duchler, an employe.
During the day the two men enpfr '
ed In a dispute and a fist fight at tb j 1
farm Later they met In town and rt I .
fatal affray followed immediate!?
Duchler was at once taken into ca-
Humphrey was an old resident I
Mackay Duchler had lived In MfJ t
ay and other Lost River towns mttJ I
years. Humphrey bent Duchler u?
the ranch, after which Duchler 7
reported to have saJd "We will ojjj t
again and when we do one of us '
get the worst of it" '
At the time of the stabbing Hus- S
phrey was sitting in a chair In .
Klnzie's saloon. Duchler approach!
from behind, grabbed Humphrey W
the shoulder and stabbed him In
chost, cutting a gash three lnzf!
deep and four Inches long, severCs
one lung in two. J
About five years ago Dnchler, it
said, attempted stabbing a maa l
Ogden Theatre 1
THE ARINGTON STOCK COMPANY
TOMORROW (SUNDAY) NIGHT
With Matinee Wednesday and Saturday s
The Greatest Western Play Ever Written
inGMAT,RM'CES 10c' 20c' c MATINEE PRICES, 10c, 20c MWT
10OO MATINEE SEATS AT 10 CENTS I
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