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G THE OODEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913."
I it's a safe bet that two out of three
of the well dressed fellows you see
at the ball game or the races are buy
1 1 ing their clothes the "m ew ay' it's
the only way.
I NYE'S
i STANDARD TELEPHONES
For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No.
421.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
II RANDOM
II j REFERENCES
Kodak finishing:. Tripp studio.
Police Cou-t J S. King and Ben
Jarbeau, both charged with drunken
ness, wero g1en suspended sentences
by Judge W. H. Reeder this morning.
William Thorpe and Pete Madson
hoth forfeited the ball money they
had posted for their appearance in
court this morning.
Advertisers must have their copy
ready for the E-veninr; Standard the
evening before the day on vhich ihe
advertisement is to appear In order to
insure publication
Burglarized The garage of X. A.
Tanner, the clothier, was broken into
last night and a kit of auto tools was
taken, Tho report of the theft was
made to the police this morning.
Cal) 421 for the news, editorial and
society departments of the Standard.
Old papers for sale at this office;
25o per hundred
New Sleeper To satisfy the de
mands of many travelers, the Oregou
Short Line traffic department has de
cided to place a standard sleeper on
train No. 3. The first sleeper to run
through from Salt Lake to Portland
was attached to the train yesterday.
Heretofore, the sleeper was added at
Nampa whore the branch from Boise
joins the main line.
First-Class Auto Service Call up
Elite Cafe, Phone 72.
Going to Denver Dr S. W. Wher
ry, the dentist, leaves tomorrow after
noon for Denver, where he will meet
his wife on her return journey home
11.00 Ladies Trimmed Hats, untrim
roed shapes 50 cents. Real bargains
for the season's popular styles for
Friday and Saturday Stafford Mil
linery Co., 2455 Washington Ave.
Thlrteens A Washington avenue
car conductor this morning, when
asked for the time, discovered that it
was Just 13 minutes past 8 o'clock.
Friday, June 13, 1913, and that the
number of his car was 113. He is
wondering just what will transpire be
fore night.
Wanted An experienced bookkeeper
at once. State experience, age and
wages expected. For references give
names of present and former employ
ers. Unless above is fully complied
fc with, application will not be consid
ered. Address Box No 50, Ogden.
Unbalanced Becoming mentally do
fc ranged last night, Floyd F Bacon, a
, j lodger at the city jail, was taken to
j1 the padded cell of the county jail tor
;. safekeeping. Unless he improves
within a short time, a lunacy board
Ji will examine him He is a stranger.
I I Purity Is the keynote of B & G
1 71 Butter.
' , A public reception will be given at
the New Healy Hotel, corner Twentu
H fifth street and Wall avenue on Sat-
v't'. I urday, June 14th. between the hours
i of 2 p. m., and 10:30 p. m.. which is
.Hr the opening day. Mr. Lynch, the pro-
prletor, extends a cordial invitation to
Wm the entire public. He hopes that the
v l hotel will be found as near uptodatf;
y . . ! and modern as any hotel can bo made
v-'. J Electric Lighted Sleeper To handle
the additional east-bound traffic to
I '. .j-i! morrow, a special electric lighted
'.r standard sleeper will be attached to
V No. 20, the Pacific limited.
I Railroad Agents A. Drahos, agont
jj for the Cumberland Gap Despatc h and
''wL J Kavanaugh, commcrclol agent
of the Missouri Pacific, were railroad
') visitors In Ogden today.
-'',1 In Salt Lake Superintendent J. II
Mills of the city school went to Sab
Lake today on business connected
with the N. E. A.
Contract Awarded Bids are being
received by the architect for the con
struction of the hoBpiiai building to
be built at the State Deaf and Blind
school The contract for the build
lng of the model dairy barn has
been awarded to Charles Humphrls
There is another building to be built
W from funds appropriated by the laa?
I 1 j), legislature.
Mi (I1 Hearing Delayed Hearing of the
jESi motion to receive rentals and to file
2$3 supplemental complaint In the case of
IKS Ruth Marshall against James B Mar-
Eg shall, was not taken up by Judge N
B
mmW
mmm
J. Harris this morning, due to the
I failure of the parties" In Interest to
! appear.
At the Dee J, M Cordon of WI1
! lard. L P. Dunpan of Ogden, O. J.
I Neal of Quecnsbury, North Carolina;
F. Haston of Pleasant Vley, Wyoming,
and Agnes Fister of Ogden were ad
mitted to the Dee hospital today for
treatment
Wife Deserter DeUUty Shoriff Dan
iel Viergever of Kent county. Miclil
j gan, slopped over in Ocden a few
hours today with John Chlsholm, a
prisoner, to rest before continuing the
Journey home The officer went to
Twin Falls, Idaho, after ChlBholm,
who is wanted for bigamy and wife
desertion. The man was held in the
county jail during the sojourn in tho
city.
Marriage License A marriage li
cense has been Issued to T. V. Rnhn
of Atlanta. Ga., and Judith Moorland
er of Ogden
Under Advisement The demurrer
In the case of Orene Hogge, admin
istrator, against the Salt Lak & Og
den Railway company has been taken
under advisement by Judge Harris
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KNIGHTS MAKE
HEADWAY ON
BUILDING
Delay in completing the basement for
the Knights of Pythias building on
Grant avenue near the corner of
24th street, delay was caused by
water and Quicksand, but that draw
back has been overcome and It is sta
ted that masons will begin on the
walls within the next two weeks. The
Steel and Machine company of Min
neapolis has been awarded the con
tract for tho steel to be used in the
structure. About GO tons of steel will
be used.
This building will furnish an Ideal
home for the Knights besides making
room for business enterprises on the
ground floor and in the basement. The
upper part of the building will be
used by the order, the lower floors
to be used exclusively for business
purposes. It will be a three story
building, 50 by 145 feet Contracts
for carpenter and brick work will be
let in tshe course of a few days
Mrs Kate Wilde Is building a resi
dence on Woodland avenue, between
Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth streets,
that will cost about $1,500.
The Healy hotel remodeling is neai
ing a point where the manager, J. C
Lynch, is justified in opening the
place Opening day is tomorrow af
ternoon when visitors will be received
and entertained
The upper floors are ready for oc
cupancy and the finishing work in the
lobby and office is nearly done The
remaining work ran be doDe after the
hostlery Is opened for business.
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DEATHS At FUNERALS
GALE The funeral of Robert Gale,
who died at Coeur d'Alene June 3,
was held at the klrkendall undertak
ing parlors Wednesday afternoon
Father Ryan conducted the services.
A. H. Sanders sang two songs. In
terment was In Ogden City cemetery.
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APPRAISEMENT OF
ASTOR'S ESTATE
New York. June 13. The estate of
Colonel John Jacob Astor, who per
ished in the Tintalc disaster was of
ficially appraised this afternoon at
$86,960,611 of which Vincent Astor
receives $68,964,499; Mrs. Madeline
Force Astor, $7,678,896; Muriel Astor
$4,856,758 and John Jacob Astor, son
by his second marriage, $2,922,672.
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ORDERS DESTRUCTION OF
ALL INFECTED FRUI$T
Rrigharn City, June 12. Steps are
being taken by County Horticultural
Inspector Carl Isaacson to enforce the
horticultural laws In regard to spray
ing for the coming month in Box FA
der county. The time limit fixed for
surnytng is past and all appl grow
ers have been notified that fruit In
fertd with codling moth must be
destroyed.
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No man can arrange the furniture
In a room to Buit a woman. ,
MUSICIANS AT
THE COUNTRY
CLUB
The Shumann quintotto Is to arrive
in Ogden next Friday morning, on
route from tho Chautauqua at The
Dalles, Oregon, east.
The musicians, who are favorably
known to the music lovers of Ogden.
having appeared here last summer,
will spend the day at the Country
club and that evening glvo a concert
In the Congregational church
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ICE CREAM NOW
UNDERGOING
TESTS
After finishing the milk tests for
June Sanitary Inspector Goorg'
Shorten and his deputies are now
working on the ice cream being sold
In tho city
To limber up the testing apparatus
a few samples were taken today from
different retailers and the results are
fairly s:i t isfactory.
Throughout the ice cream season,
regular tests will bo made of the
frozen products and the violators will
1m- treated as are tho milk ordinance
offenders
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MUNICIPAL COURT
'I he following suits have been filed
in the municipal court:
E F. Dratz vs. L. E. Farley; suit,
$20.90
T Farr and Co. vs. William Had
ley; suit. $38.75
T. Farr and Co. vs. E. Yount; suit,
$62 45
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Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers
have been placed on record In the
county recorder's office.
Mmaretta J Wesfen to .Tanie
Knight Drew, a part of tho northwes:
quarter of section 16, township 6
north, range 1 west of the Salt Lak'
D ridinn. Consideration. ?'J,500.
.Tanle Knight Drew to Alnretta ,T
Weston, lots 1, 2 and ft. hloek ft, Ter
race subdivision. Ogden survey. Con
sideration. $2,200.
Helena L. K. Codrlard to Franklin
F Stephens, a part of the Qortheasl
quarter of section " township 5 north
range 1. west of the Salt Lake meri
dian. Consideration. $615.
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ANDERSON IS
FROM ASYLUM
J C. Anderson, arrested a few days
ago under suspicion of familiarity with
a little girl, is an escaped patient
front th Staff' Mental hospital and
he will be returned to that, institution
It will be recalled that Anderson
about two yean ago attempted to hold
up with a gun Officer Oren Hadloek
The officer knocked the revolver from
the man's hand and arresting him An
derson was examined by a lunacy
board and sent to the State Mental
hospital. He escaped from the Insti
tution a little more than a year ago.
since which time he has been al
brge, spending some of the time, ac
cording to his own story, in Canada.
He Is a resident of Ogden and hnf
relatives here. He confesses to hav
lng escaped from the Provo asylum
He stated this morning that he was
given privileges as a trusty in doing
kit' hen work at the asylum and his
es ape was made easy
County Attorney Jensen states thai
another examination will not be nee
essary as Anderson has never been re
leased from the former commitment.
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COLLEGE CREWS
KEEP UP PRACTICE
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. June 13 Six
teen of the seventeen college crews
now in training here braved the rough
water this morning and had long easy
rowe. Several cases of sore hands
and of boils have also appeared, but
the are not serious.
The Washington four went out for
a hard pull The men are showing
much improved form. Coach Conl
bear continues the once-a-day pro
gram for the 'var?it
Coach Vail of Wisconsin today was
happy because his men had finished
their examinations!
Saturday and Monday will see time
trials by nearly all the crews. The
mornings the Badgers rowed three
miles up the river and came dov.n
over the course.
The Pennsylvania crews went up
the river and had a row down the
course near the west shore.
The Cornell crews all went down
the river this morning for a nine
mile row and practiced starts. Coach
Eyeck of Syracuse sent his men to
the starting point and had them row
over the course at easy paces.
The Columbia crews had a leisurely
eight-mile row up the river.
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G. A. R. AT RENO
Reno, N'ev , June 13 A trip to
Carson City and Virginia City was
the diversion of the G, A. R. dele
gates today and several hundred vet
erans and their families left on a
special train this morning The state
eapltol and other state buildings were
visited first after which the special
carried the visitors to the Oomstock
where a trip through the mines was
made The delegates return to Reno
tonight and tomorrow will be taken
In automohiles to different points of
interest in Reno. Sunday an ex
cursion to Lake Tahoe will end the
exercises In connection with the en
campment on
LOCUSTS MOVING NORTH.
Lincoln, June 13 The seventeen
year locusts which made their appear
ance In the southern portion of the
state early In tho week, are moving
northward and have settled In John
son county In large swarms. They
have collected in Urge numbers in the
orchards and young trees. No dam
age has been reported ns yet. but the
Insects keep up an Incessant nolBc.
Wrights Saturday News
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Ladies' Summer Ladies' Summer Coats I Summer Serges at
Dresses at June Worth to $35 Greatly Lowered
Sale Prices for $5.95 Prices
A line of smart, summer dresses which At the end of last season we found a For the summer suit, summer skirt or
were hnncht at season-end prices ro on number of ladies' summer coats which summer coats th,,so hair line BeTgeg are
had not been sold. They were of pongee
sale tomorrow The sale prices are lower 81 an(j w00i serge, and were very good the correct materials Also they arc bo.
than the usual cost of materials .. $8. 75 looking They were carefully packed jnf2: use(j very largely for one-piece sum-
ftwav and are now to be closed out at a
Dresses of colored linens with self-trim- pru.0 ,vhu.h woujd not brgin to pay for mer flr- The pricea here advertised
med collars and cuffs offered at . .$5.95 the making. They arc especially adapted go into effect tomorrow.
to motoring, driving and cool summer
$7 50 voile dressea in pretty styles for aft- evenings. The materials are pongee silk. ('ream serges with black hair hue stripes,
ernoon, house or street wear; cleverly liite wool serge and some mixtures. The These materials arfi -(0 t -(i . ,
at ctr former selling prices were up to -i.. ion
trimmed, for $4.95 may now ,)ave choi( of thf, ot wide; values to $1.75 $1.19
$9.50 dresses in Ramie linens blue, white for $5.95
and tan all made in newest models and r 1 A c DUggeSIlOnS IOI J UIIC
,.ock 9e.5o 75c Children s Wedding Gifts
$8.50 dresses Hrith cotton crepe skirts and -OmpeFS TO LlOSe The recipient of a wedding invitation,
Dolly arden coat effect, coat of figured Out at 29c
who is in quest of a sensible wedding
materials $5.95 Summer time is romper time. The cool, gift, will find a happy solution of the
i-i-i-i' 7V.T i- comfortable garment for the children question in the Domestic Department.
I nl firPll 5 iMlllin 'Jt't them plav in rompers as roughly as
VllllUItll 3 x iU3im fchey wlironippr8 are pasjv laundried Here are gifts which have a real value
GOWllS Worth tO ;(ml nt tlm PHoc one may bll.v R Mlpply materials the new bride will need.
to provide a clean pair for each day
79C tOr 29C Some here tomorrow which are made of Embroidered pillow cases, packed neatly
Odds and ends of children's musbn Kinf?ham-inthe kind which sell regn- one pair in a dainty box $1.47
larly up to (oc. por children "t 2 to h
gowns arc on sal- tomorrow at a price years the selling price tomorrow will $4.50 lied sets, consisting of one embroid-
which should take them all out at once, be 29 PrPrj sheet and two pillow cases to
These have been displayed on the tables Ljg' JifoUSC match $3.98
and are Blightly Boiled. Trimmed with -pvf Worth $1 Drawn WOrk bed Bete' ,"r,nSKstl,"-r "f une
styles and contain more than this amount 1-JreSSeS VV Orill lJJ drrwn work feed gppead
of material; 75c values for 29 tOT 98C for $2 48
T j i ' c Some of these summer dresses were here . A , , .
LadieS Outing baiiOr last season. Some are this year's new $6.00 bed spreads of fine drawn work.
rfats WnrtVl stock. All are m good style and in very for $5.48
llcUS fVUIUl ip ff0Otj materials Indeed the sale price
for 98C would not buv tho matennls nf whloh Bed Spreads Linen Towels
they are made, to sav nothing of the mak- e -
A good looking straw sailor for outing or So.UU spreads 5269 50c towels 44c
for ordinary street wear. These are aetu- The materials are gingham, percales $4 00 spreads $3.49 $1.00 towels .. .88c
,n , , , , and chambrays; they are neatlv trimmed $4.50 spreads $4.48
ally $2 values and are m the new large q ,vn,hahlp fabricg made . g m 9pgm5a $5 3g $1.25 towels ...98c
shapes. Offered in black, white, navy or with the low neck and long sleeves- $7.50 spreads $6.75 75c towels . 69c
burn straw. Many of them are being Others With high necks and long sleeves. "tyc
( noice oi the Lot may be bad tomorrow jyf J TJ I
worn as street hats and many are being for 98 j 1 ACll S 311(1 DOVS
sow to those who want a good looking p,.,, , Wacti Oxfords Worth to
outing sun shade. Sale price 98c wlillUldl 5 TTdMl a- r m1 n -
A,k for Pftn vft(PC Dresses to Close 53 tor $L95
ilsiv ior rony voxes Out at 25c The bargain tabIea 'm the Shoe DePart-
Bvery dime you spend here before the ment are filled with a lot of men's and
oj ti t tX . With the coming ot hot weather comes
Jd of .Julv entitles vou to one vote in the i 1 1 r i j u c i cu i ,
1 the demand for raanv wash dresses for boys oxfords Shoes which were here
Pony Contest. The only condition is that the children. Here's a lot of dark percale
you ask for the votes al the tune the pur- dresses which have not been sold from lnst season just one and two pairs oi
chase is made no votes are issued after- last season's stock. We probably bought kind. All colors are represented as well
wards. If ypu have not already someone to "iany of thpm at an' rate the ages
, . , t i iL arp 2 to 6 vears. The dresses are in as shapes and the styles are good. Ac
ii mmd to whom vou wish to give them, , , , , , , . , '
m kP Wnk until wanted EJtaT worth re": nf -
Ask tor votes with every purchase. the lot tomorrow at 25 them out now at $1.95
WRIGHTS' WRIGHTS' WRIGHTS'
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VAN DEN AKKER
FUNERAL THIS
AFTERNOON
According to detectives of the po
lice department, uho are seeking to
unravel the mystery of the shooting
of C. J. Van den Akker, the night
watchman who was killed by unknown
assailants early last Tuesday morn
ing on the lawn of W W Armstrong's
home at 1177 East South Temple
street, the murderers may never be
drought to Salt Lake Justice. Even
if the right men be arrested, the de
tectives Bay, it would be almost im
possible to convict tbem of the crime.
"There are few witnesses and they
A-ould be practically useless," ald
Detective George E Cleveland "The
persons who saw two men running
are not able to even, tell what tho
men looked like, except in a general
way If we succeeded In arresting
the men or man. wo could only hope
to induce them to confess or one of
them to turn state's evidence
Funeral services for Mr Van don
Akker. tho victim of the murderers
bullet, will be held at 2:30 o'clock to
day at the Fourth ward chapel in
Ogden. The body waB shipped to
Ogden this morning by O'Donnell &
Co. Interment will be in the Ogden
City cemetery.
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AVIATOR DREW
FALLS TO DEATH
Lima, Ohio. June 13 Andrew
Drew, pupil of Orville Wright, vol
planed to death here yesterday after
noon in a blazing biplane. Drew was
killed as a result of a desire to take
Just "a little joy ride" his last words j
to his partner In a machino which ho
had not thoroughly tested He foil
200 feet, hlB burning machine falling
Jlke a torch hurled from the sky.
He was dead when Brabazon, his part
ner, and several workmen at the Lima
r
Btate hospital pulled his body from
under the wreckage.
Drew and his machaniclans set up
tho machine this afternoon It was
dusk when they had finished. Drew
was anxious to try out the machine
and urged J C Brabazon, with whom
he had made soveral flights, to go
along
"Let's take Just one little joy ride,"
he laughed. "And then I'll go to din
ner with you."
Brabazon demurred, saying it was
getting too dark to fly and there
tvere no, places suitable for a landing
The machine which the aviator
used was one in which Galvln P
Rodgers made the last lap of his coast
flight twd years ago.
Chicago, July 13. Drew was well
known in aviation circles in the mid
dle west. He was in charge of last
year's meet at Cicero field and was
president of the Aviators' Association
of America, organized to promote
safe and sane flying. Before taking
up aoroplanes he was a balloonist. He
was thought to be a member of a St ;
Louis family.
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STEEL TRUST TO
AID OF T. C. AND I.
New York, June 13. "If the United
States steel corporation paid f35,000
00 for the Tennessee Coal & Iron
company and $14, 000,000 more to put
It on its feet, ndt because it wanted
the property but in order to save the
firm of Moore and Schley and other
banking concerns holding Tennessee
Coal and Iron stock from ruin in the
Panic of 1907 wouldn't It have been
better for the corporation to loan
Moor and Schley $10,000,000 or $15,
000 000 or give it to them outright'"
This in substance was the question
Jacob M. Dickinson, attorney for the
government In the dissolution suit
against he corporation asked Its
chairman. Judge Elbert H Gary today
Judge Gary had testified on direct
examination that ho did not believe at
the time the company was acquired
'hat its stock was worth more than
$o0, a share, and that the money spent
In its acquisition and rehabilitation
oould have brought far greater pro
fits if put Into other plants.
The government maintains that the
corporation took advantage of the
panicky conditions of 1907 to acquire
the company to suppress a competitor.
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BANKS COLLECT
FROM "DRY" STATES
Minneapolis. June 13 A bank
which collects a sight draft represent
ing the purchase price of liquor ship
Ded In Interstate commerce into a
prohibition state, does not violate the
law prohibiting a carrier from acting
as agent, according to an opinion
handed down today by the United
States circuit court of appeals
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INVESTIGATE FRISCO LINE
New York. June 13 The prelimin
ary investigation by the Interstate
Commerce commission of tho St.
Louis and San Francisco railroad re
ceivership will begin at once in St
Louis Agents of the commission to
day ascertained that most of the rec
ords desired wero at St. Louis headquarters.
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Giving unsolicited advice is one
way of borrowing trouble.
LAST & THOMAS
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY I
50 TRIMMED HATS ffl 4
You must see these hats to ap- X h
predate the wonderful values (JJ I i I U
75 TRIMMED HATS fin fir
See these new summer hats They J l h J
are unparalleled values IjjLiUU
85 TRIMMED HATS mn HT
Hats that would be priced else- K J Uh
where up to $15.00 lj)U,uU
pne children s nfic
hi TRIMMED HATS U
I I ! 1 Valu up to $2.BO-Bring the 1 1 I
III J littlo one down and let them f !
. share in this bargain fest. J
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