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. THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN UTAH, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 3 I
and plenty of them in all the newest
fall styles and patterns.
all grades and at "nyeway" prices.
OUR TEMPORARY QUARTERS
2355 Washington Avenue.
FALL ARRIVALS I
Each day the Express and Freight brings Bundles and
Boxes of new
J SUITS, COATS, FURS, DRESSES, WAISTS, NECK- I
If WEAR and SWEATERS.
I CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY
The non-shrinkable knit underwear for children.
Come in and see the NEW GOODS.
THE M.M. WYKES CO.
I 2335 Washington Ave.
For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department. Call Phone No. 56.
Old papers for sale at the Standard
L Office. 26c per hundred
Sue on Cement The Union Port
I lend Cement, company has commenced
I suit in the district court against Will
I iatn Doyle to recover ?1 -177 SO a
ii ; to be due for cement delivered to
I defendant March 4, and August
Call 421 for the news, editorial an
aoclety departments of the Standard
Under Water The Bamberger road
bed was so completely covered with
water at the intersection of Lincoln
f avenue and Twenty fifth street this
morning that a pump had to be placed
In operation to give the workmen an
I opportunity t0 begin the laying o:
I rails and ties for the new track.
r First-Class Auto Service Call up
Elite Cafe. Phono 72
Autos Recovered The two auto
4. mobiles stolen Saturday night have
been located. The machine owned
by County Commissioner Moroni
Skeen, and which was taken from In
front of the Utah National bank,
was found near the Hot Springe
where the "joy riders" had left It
when the gasoline supply was ex
hausted. William Dougiass lost his
machine in a similar manner and It
ws found yesterday at Pacific avc
j nue and Thirty-second street.
Bramwell carries everything In
Books. Stationery and Office Supplies
Catholic Organ The Kimball Or
gan company of Chicago is now
building a ?85fiu pipe organ for St
Joseph's Catholic church and the big
instrument will be installed before
Faster. Rev. P. M Cushnahan let
the contract for the organ during his
recent trip east. Althougn the In
strument will not be so large as the
one in the Tabernacle, it is to have
the same number of stops and will
be one of the beet organs In the
G. W. Tripp, the Photographer in
your town. Z20i 25th St.
No Cause of Action Saturday eve
ning In the case of Kate Y. Noble
against P A. Mattson. the jury ren
dered a verdict of "no cause of ac
tion" The suit was brought to re
coer $2000, alleged damages for the
('effraction of a sail boat on the
Great Salt Lake
There's never any fault to find with
B & G Butter.
Ward Conference Organization
work was discussed at tne annual
I i The Verdict Is Rendered u
jf Our Suits and Coats -z- II
I gj for Fall are Ideal ' ! Jgj
A customer said Sat- ' T;
la urday "The only troti- wk
II ble is you have so many
I !o! Pretty oncs nard to
I The weather like our fh i i
Pa stock 16 fine and dandy, Dj
1N getting good and chill y one . . J y';
KM Is fine and dand Another r- -
Qj ihing ou can depend on: 1 . ' ' Wjs
mm you have made your L . '.' !. j
purchase here you will have I " '
spent your money wisely l
I ' r j MoKl any wr'mun i Ogden jNBBOj
mA ou "they like the X JgMggkW h '
II e(Jod" al tn B'-ore where "'"""'X 'tfaW
II the womeu trade." " ti'C
I II PAINE & HURST li
ward conference In Uintah yesterday
ry the Weber stake presJdency and
numbers of the high council The
tec era! church, stake and ward au
thorities were presented and sus
tained and the records were taken
up and examined. President L. W.
Shbrtllff. C. F. Middleton and John
nt-on and Slake Clerk Everett Ncu
tcboom. Mormon and all other church pubil
rations at Bramwell'.
Advertisers must nave tnetr copy
ready for the Evening Standard th
evening before the day on hlch ihe
advertisement la to appear Id order to
Allowance for a Child In the es
tate and guardianship of Grant A
Rounds; a minor, tho petition for an
allowance of $25 a month for the
child during Uje school year will be
beard before Judge Howell October
6 nd on the same day will be heard
the pptltlon for letters tcstamentar
in the estate of Edward H. Line, de
ceased At the Dee George Fdgel of
HuntSVllle, Ed Kato of Blackfoor,
Idaho, Mia Mary Miller of Logan.
George Barker of Pleasant view and
J, W. Drysdale of Ogden have been
admitted to tho Dee hospital for
treatment, and Mrs. Burnett Carter
of Clinton, and Miss Jessie Thomp
son and N J. Serbusa of Ogden have
Marriage License A marriage li
cense has been Issued to George G.
Shannon of Irwinvllle, Ga., and Grace
Muir of Rock Springs, Wyo.
Transfer Joshua F. Parsons and
w f have transferred to Michael Ma
lone, the southeast quarter of sec
tion 2. township f north, range 2,
west of the Salt Lake meridian Con
Assistant to Feagan9 sslstant
Solicitor J, F. Lawson of the Dead
wood district of the national forest
sptv Ice is in Ogden to aid Solicitor
R F. Feagans of the local law de
pnrtment of the forest service while
the latter attends to important legal
Grazing Good Homer E Fenn and
J T. Jardlne, of the grazing depart
n'cnt of the forest service, have re
turned from the Payette rorest where
they spent trhp past ten days. The
g.itlemen state that the grazing lands
in thA Payette country have never
teen better and that range animals
of all klnd6 are fat
Bear Killed The first hear of the
Bes BOO was killed In Wheeler canyon
From Rock Springs Mies Laura
Sleinke. buyer for the dry goods de
partment of the O D Rasmus6en
More in Rock Springs. Wyo.. is
spending her vacation In Ogden.
tsst Park Train The last Yellow
stone special of the 6eason arrived
Is Ogden this morning. Mo6t of the
pi BSengeTB were hotel employes who
will go to California to work in the
v.intpr hotels From now until Junp
15, 1914. the railroad between Ash
in and Yellowstone sLatlon will not
On an Inspection Superintendent
! p Brewer of the Ogden Union
Railway & Depot company was In
Ogden today on an Inspection trip.
Forger of Ability In a recent issue
ot the Journal of the American Bank
ers' association is a photograph of J
Marcan, the forger arrepted and con
s', ted in Ogden after passing three
had checks with the name of C, A.
Deaths and Funerals
MUNSON Funeral services for
Mrs. Lavina Munson were held yes
terday In the Llndqulst chapel with
1 op M. L. Jones officiating The
Bpeakerfl were John R Jetson, J J
Barker and J. L Wilson Musical
numbers were given by Miss Melba
Read, Mis8 Lizzie Norsett and Miss
Leonora Brown. The interment was
in Ogden City cemetery
ARE IN DEMAND
Washington. Sept. 22 Tn the event
of war it Is doubtful whether a Hcore
of men could be found In civil life
In this country who could be utilized
! by the army in aeroplane work, in
the opinion of Brigadier General
George Scriven. chief signal officer
I In charge of the army aviation corps
In calling attention to what he con
siders a critical situation. General
Scriven declared today that the num
ber of civilians who have heretofore
I tivderlaken to fly heavLer-than-alr
ma( hines for pleasure, sport or mon
Bj making it fast diminishing.
WILSON TO VOTE
Washington. Sept 22 President
Wilson will leave the capital early
tomorrow for Princeton, N J . to vote
for acting Governor Fielder iu the
rnilr Gubernatorial primary.
"Trooper Billy." Kalem's stirring
tWO-Dart story, adapted from Freuur
Ick Paulding's great drama, telling thn
: Of how the heroism of a iw In
ter saved an army post from de
structiou. There Is an Indian attack
on a stockade in this picture that is
the most realistic battle ever attempt
ed. The claslJ of bodies, the hand i.
hand struggle, the straining and grap
l .1 111 iz fur victory is both interesting
,,. ,. exciting. This feature wl be gj
the Oracle for three days. Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, with matl
"The Fifth String." by John Philip
Suusa. a remarkable musical fantasy,
produced by the House of Selig, id
the feature at the Isle for three days
It is in two parte, produced by ape
, aj arrangements with tho Bobbs-
Merrill Co It Is a very remarkable
1 story, eripplng In the extreme ami
. optional in its appealing moral.
There Is a distinctive ditleriice in
the feature. "The Tiger." which will
be shown at the Globp for three da vs.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
This picture will cause comment and
enthusiasm afier it Is witnessed, it
is thrilling In the extreme and filld
,ia with a justifiable delight at the
puuishment so fully merited
WANTS 13,009 FOR
BT A FIRE
In the district court today a Jury Is
brine; empaneled to hear the case of
John t'anfield against the Southern
Pacific company to recover JS000. al
leged damages for the destruction by
fire of certain property on tho plain
tiff's farm at Terrace, Box Elder
The plaintiff claims that on May
25, 1912. the defendant company
dumped the contents of a fire box
In close proximity to his Tarm. The
coals Igniting the grass and other
combustible material, spreading the
fire to buildings on his form, con
suming the barn and hous. The
company denies carelessness on Its
COUNTRY ROME M
FIRE IN EARLY
While In their front yard attending
a sick horse Mrs O F Tucker nni
hr-r brother discovered that the home
at at 6L'4 Twenty-first street was od
fire. Without attempting to o; 1 1 the
fire department, they quickly attached
1 he lawn hose to the tank that stores
the water for the country hom and
began the flcht against the flames
By the time the heavy thunderstorm
started, with Its downpour of rain,
they had succeeded In smothering tho
blaze, but not until about $?.00 dam
age had been done to the house and
The fire started in the sitting room
and Its spread was aided by a num
ber of dresses Mrs Tucker had placed
on the center table
The fire Is supposed to have start
ed from a Rayo burner
Mr. Tucker, who is an engineer, was
out on the Southern Pacific (p Nevada
at the time of the fire.
The loss is covered by insurance
MRS. HAZEL APGAR
WAS BURIED SUNDAY
Impressive funeral lervlcM were
held Sunday afternoon in th Second
ward meeting house for Mrs Hazel
Read Apgar, wife of J. If. Apgar,
who was drowned near Henry. Ida.,
while on a honeymoon fishing and
hunting trip Bishop Robert Mc
Quarrle conducted the services, and 1
fJie Interment was In the Ogden CltJ
cemetery The floral offerings were
many, rlahorate and beautiful.
The speakers were Hener Scow -croft.
Alva Scovllle, Heber Hawks
and Bishop McQuarno Musical se
lections were rendered by Joseph
Fernelius, "Wilbur Pyott, Harry Frog
Icy, Ralph Shorten, Walter Stephens
and Elsie Shorten The grave was
dedicated by George Shorten.
"TY" COBB NOTES
Washington. Sept. 22. Collectors
dm:bt1es8 will be on the lookout soon
for some of the national nank notes
which were signed a few days ago
by "Ty" Cobb, centerfielder of the j
Dttioi? Baseball club. When the star
player was here the other day he
visited the treasury department and
while being shown through, he asked
to sec aomo of the bank notes of the
First National bank of Lavonia, Ga.
Iu'orming the officer in charge that
he was a director of that hank and
ab such, was entitled to sign bank
notes printed for the institution the
tall player placed his signature to
several sheets of the note6.
BEEF CATTLE ARE
Chicago, Sept 22 Discussion of
the scarcity of cattle throuemout the
v arid will take up much of the time
of members of the American Meat
Packers' association. who opened
their annual convention here today.
Several of them will offer sugges
tions for relief.
John T. Russell, president or the
United Master Butchers of America.
Will read a paper on "Retail Butch -BP
Remedies for the Meal Short
age." The annual hunUmans' banquet oT
'he association will be held tonight
Jcnes The widow of that commut
er killed In the wreck has been
awarded $10,000 damages
His wife And I've he,-,, trying to
1m( nu move to the suburb! for
months, you mean thing University
01 Pennsylvania. Punch Bowl.
FRENCHMAN DOES DA R DE V I L
DIP WITH NEW THRILLS
. i i-allles. Sept 21 Th French
aviator. Pewoud, who recently made
an upside-down flight accomplished
todav another daring feat jn his sHf
imposed task of provinn the nablllt
of the aeroplane. After mounting to
a great height, Pegoud dipped the
li l wing and his machine sluwh
turned over on Its sine The aviator
fj w for some seconds head down
wards He then gained thf upright
position by gracefully loopmt; the
loop Pegoud's hazardous lliqhi
watch. (l with breathless Interest by
a great crowd.
Pegoud ascended 3300 fcot. Be
r0r looping the loop be went through
a series of most fantastic feats, turn
l.'.iug forward and sldewaK. slipping
bo ck ward and twice describing tho
loiter "8 " , ,
While making the loop Pngoud was
flying upside down at a height of
1500 feet. He descended in this posi
tion fully 1000 feet, completing the
loop swiftly and gracefully
HEIRE8S IS BORN
Washington, Sept. 21. Chief Jus
tice White of the supreme court re
ceived glad news tonight when he
learned that a grand nieoo, tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Gibson, was born today at Beverly.
Mass., where the Gibsons have their
Little Ml6s Gibson is the grand
daughter of Senator Gibson of Lou
le'ana and the great-granddaughter
of the late Senator McMillan of Mich
igan. With her brother, James Mc
Millan Gibson, she becomes heir to
the McMillan fortune of $20,000,000.
New York, Sept 22. Copper Firm
Standard, SpoL October and Novern
ber, JlS.SO'STeS; electrolytic.
Slfi.RT 1-217.00; lake, $17.00; caEt
ing, ?1B.2 1 2316.75.
Tin East. Spot, September and Oc
tober. $41.604187 1-2; November,
$41 7641,87 1 2.
Antimony Dull; Cookson's. $8.30.
Iron Steady, No. I northern, $16 00
16.60. No 2, $16. 7516 25; No. 1
southern, $16.2515.76. No. 1 60uth
ern soft. $15.25'15 76.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
tTinl and building sidewalks In Side
walk District No 123. being both
sides of Ogden avenue between 7th
and Sth streets for a distance of 39fi
feet; and on Second street west from
Washington avenue beginning at the
point on the south sld of Second
street, 344.4 feet west of Washington
avenue, thence east to Washington
avenue and on the north side of the
street from Washington to Wall ave
nue, under plans and specifications
prepared by the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commission
ers. will be received at the office oi
the City Engineer. In the City Hnll.
Ogden City. Utah, until To o'clock a
m . on the 16th day of October. 1913.
at which time all proposals received
will be publicly opened and read
Plan6 and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at the office
of the City Engineer, after Octobor
8, 1913. The right Is reserved to re
ject any or all bids and to waive any
defects. By order of the Board of
H. J CRAVEN. City Engineer
First publication, September 22. .1913
Last publication October 14, 1913.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for building sewer6
in Sewer District No. 120, being Hud
son Avenue, north from 29th street,
as far as Hudson avenue is now
opened through block 10, S O. S., un
der plans and specifications prepared
by the City Engineer and approved
by Hie Board of City Commissioners,
will be received at the office of tho
City Engineer in the Tity Hall at Og
den City, Utah, until 10 o clock a. m.,
on the 16th day of October. 1913. at
which time all proposals received will
be publicly opened and read aloud.
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at the office
of the City Engineer after October 8.
1913. The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids and to waive any de
fects Bv order of the Board rf Pom.
H J CRAVEN, City Engineer
FJril publication, September L'2. 1913
Last publication October 14. 1913.
Let us look at this subject
from the view point of the
purchaser, and we can easily
see why he receives more for
his money in purchasing Utah
Made Goods than he does in
buying goods from the out
side. First, he receives more in
actual value for his dollar be
cause in Utah raw materials
generally are the best that can
. Secondly because in manu
facturing we have no sweat
shop or cheap labor.
Thirdly, because the de
mand is greater than the sup
ply, and it is impossible to
have shop-worn goods.
Fourthly, he receives more
for his money, because he in
turn if he be an artisan, re
ceives steady employment and
Fifthy, if he be a merchant
he has more customers able to
pay their bills.
Sixthly, if he be a farmer he
finds a ready market for all
his products at good prices.
Prosperity to all, no matter
what line of business they fol
low, will be increased beyond
their greatest anticipation,
when every one in Utah can
say "I BUY UTAH GOODS."
I THE j II
NEW FABRICS FOR II
While there are a number of fabrics shown for II
Fall, the main interest centers on a few special 11
fabrics. Chief among these are Bedford Cord, II
Eponge, Wool Jacquard, Velour de Laine.
Bedford Cords are shown in a variety of de- ,. '
signs and vridth of cords. They are most pop- II
ular in black, navy blue, medium blue, taupe 11
and tan. Eponge is especially popular in both II
the plain and fancy weaves, the latter includ- II
ing both striped and checked effects. In the
plain Eponge, the color tendency leads toward !
black, navy blue and several new shades of j
brown and tan. In the striped and checked
Eponge, black and white is a decided favorite. f
Vel our de Laine and Wool Jacquard are
made in a variety of colors and designs, both
in solid and two toned color combinations. '
Many special values are now ready in our II
Dress Goods Department and you may come
here with full confidence that whatever you l
buy will be correct in style and represent the f
very acme of high value-giving. II
Better stop today and spend a few pleasant
moments viewing these new fabrics.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. I
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the City Engineer, in
the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah, up to
and including Wednesday, October 15,
1913, al 10 o clock a m at w hich time
said bids will be publicly opened and
read aloud, for furnishing materials
and doing the work of paving with 7
lnches of concrete together with all
necessary excavating and grading
therefor, of Lincoln avenue from the
south side of 26th street to the north
side of noth street.
To be hereafter knon as paving
district No 109. All work to oe done
under plans and specifications pre
pared b the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commission
ers. Plans, specifications and full in
formation can be had upon application
to the City Engineer after October 8,
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
ers. H. J CRAVEN. City Englar
First publication, September 22, 1913
Last publication October 14. 1913.
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Ten of Ogden's most popular young
, ladies met at the home of Mrs Per
j kiuf, 2354 Adams avenue A club wa6
' organized and named the "Thrifty
Ten " Hazel Jones was elected pres
ident, Gladys Richardson vice presi
dent.' Helen Taylor secretary'. Rosa
Mosteller. treasurer and Gladys Fouts
sreiely editor Others present were.
Lcls Richardson, Marjory Hcndershot.
Gladys Smith and Nellie Driggs A
dainty luncheon was served by the
hOBtew, Hfi(r w'blch the girls depart
ed for their homes.
The women of the First Presby
Urlan church will five a social and
picnic Thursday afternoon at Lewis'
i camp, Ogden canyon. .,
Miss Martha Thenn will leave
' Tuesday, for Spokane, Wash . where
1 fhe will visit her sister, Mrs. J. B
I Pickett While awav Miss Thenn will
j .uleo lsit her father, Mr G. J. Thenn.
at Tekoa, Wash.
VISITING IN PROVO.
Mrs Thomas E McKay was a Pro
vo visitor the past week, the guest of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George H
Mr and Mrs. George Llndquist and
Miss Hattie Smith have returned to
their home In Logan after a pleasant
visit in gden and Salt Lake.
AT McCALL, IDAHO
Clyde M. Gwyn of this city is In
MoCtll Ida . where ho has been
spending the summer months.
Miss Jean Cox of Mantl is In Ogden
and has accepted a position with the
Miss Mlna Winters of Garland spent
last week with friends In Ogden and
Mr and Mrs. M D. Evan and
daughter wre Ogden visitors dnrlng
the past week, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. David Foulger.
LEAVE FOR NEW YORK,
Mrs. Emma Beebe of Salt Lake left
last week for New York to enter Co
lumbia college. She was accompanied
by Mrs Angus T Wright, and Ml
Faun Wright of this city who will la
ter be joined by the Misses Flora and
MISS HO AG LEAVES.
Miss Kathorlne Hoag left Saturday
for the east to enter on her second
year at LaSalle seminary
FROM SALT LAKE.
Miss Vera Feuger of Salt Lake City
attended the breakfast given by Mrs.
William Douglas Saturday morning
when announcement of the engage- ;
ment of her daughter, Mildred, to
Douglas A. Swan was made.
TO BE MARRIED WEDNESDAY.
The marriage of Miss Margaret
Leahy of this city and Frank M. Ma
her. manager of the Salt Lake Port
land Cement company, will take plans
Wednesday In this city.
After an extended trip through Cali
fornia the happy couple will make
their home in Salt Lake.
RETURN FROM SALT LAKE.
Mrs. Sidney Stevens and Mrs. A- V.
Curby have returned home from Salt
Lake" where they spent the greater
part of the past two weeks with Mrs.
H A Soderberg. who has been serl
FROM SALT LAKE.
The Misses Eva and Esther Lindsaf
of Salt Lake City were Ogden visitors
the past week.
DENVER ftrPIO fiRTOPE
Round Trip Excursions.
Chicago and return. . .$59.50
Omaha and return . . . 40.00
Kansas City and return 40.00
St. Louis and return. . 51.00
Denver and return 22.50
Oct. 25. Nov. 22, Dec. 20, 24.
Limit 90 days.
San Fran, and return . .40.00
San Francisco and return, via
Los Angeles. . . ... 40.00
San Francisco, returning via
Low Rates to many other
Oct. 19, 21; Nov. 22, 24; Dec.
20, 22, 29th. Limit 60 days.
Electric Lighted Sleepers, Din
ing Car Service, Best Any
where. F. FOUTS. Agent, Ogden. i
I A. BENTON G. A. P. D.,
Salt Lake. 1