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1 c THE OCDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1913.
Ij I FULL ARRIVALS
I ij Each day the Express and Freight brings Bundles and
I Boxes of new , v
I I SUITS, COATS, FURS, DRESSES, WAISTS, NECK
WEAR and SWEATERS.
CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY
I The non-shnnkable knit underwear for children.
I Come in and see the NEW GOODS.
THE M.M. WYKES CO.
2335 Washington Ave.
I STANDARD TELEPHONES
For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
Old papers for sale at t ti Standard
H ' )ffl?e, 25c per hundred.
Assignment D L Turk manager
i of the Manhattan Clothes Simp. iMT :
"Washington avenue, has assigned the
1 stock and fixtures tr the Utah Asso
elation of Credit Men and the door1-.
H. have been closed According to
H notices sent to the creditors. Turk's
liabilities are about $11,000, while the
I s'ock and fixtures will noi amount to
more than half that -urn.
Cal, 421 Tor the news, editorial an-1
society departments of the Standard
Back from the Coast President
Willard Scowcroft and Director Jo
seph Ballnntyne of tli Ogdeo Taber
nacle choir have returned from a
I trip to San Francisco where- the pro
; posed rrlp of the Ogden musicians to
the Panama exposition was thorouel,
iv discuseed with the fair manage
First-Class Auo Service Call up
Elite Cafe. Phone 72.
Gutke Not Guilty Alter deliberat
in but a few minutes following the
trial of the city against Oscar Uutkc
charged with striking H L Herrlntr
ton, the Jury hearing the case re
turned a verdict of not cullt
; Bramwell carries everything In
I Books. Stationery and Office Supplies
I Colorado Favored - T A Dlx, an or
I chardlst of Roy, claims that the Utah
I fruit growers are not receiving the
I j same prices as are the orrhardists o
H Colorado. Speaking of the apple
crop, he declares that buyers in this
I dietrlct are getting the fruit at 00
I cents and $1 a box because the buy-
I ere tell the orchardlsts that is the
I market price Instead. Dlx maintains
that the farmers in the Delta dls
trict of Colorado are receiving $125
and more for their produce which Is
no better than the crop of this dls
G W. Tripp, the Photographer in
I your town. 320t, 25th St.
;i Class Meeting -The class for the
1 study of the Emmanuel Movement
will meet this evening at 8 o'clock
I in the Episcopal parish house.
I Mormon and all other church pubil-
rations at Bramwell'l.
I Hearing October 8 In the matter
j of the estate and guardianship of
Fielding Barlow and Dorothy Rain
I ey, minors, October 8 has been set by
H Judge Howell as the time to hear the
$ returns on the sale of certain prop-
Advertisers must have tneir copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
evening before the day on hlch ..he
5t sdvertlsement is to appear In order to
I jo Insure publication.
fjj' Laying Track A force of men is
fSk engaged today laying the east track'
;':j8 of the Bamberger car line between
fvm Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
Cars may be operated over the track
Juj tomorrow but the roadbed v. Ill not
jB; he completed until it shall have been
l8 surfaced with concrete.
$j2S In the Kingdom of Butter, the B
& G Brand Is "IT."
.jB Born To the wife of Arthur Taylor,
573 Twentieth street, a ten pound boy
fcn,'-S, Picnic Postponed The picnic to
lc have been given tomorrow by the
jftjj womenof the First Presbyterian
SSSj church has been postponed to next
fgj Former Bishop Dead Word has
been received in the cit that Joshua
I ' Jedklris, former bishop of Liberty.
"'i (te at WarreQ tnls morning of tp
Ififi phold fever, after an illness of only
'JS Divorced The plaintiff In the ea&e
f Lillian Meredith Snowden against
aH' James Don Snowden ha6 been granted
I Ji a divorce The defendant will be ro
quired to pay J10 a month alimony.
JirM attorney fees and the costs of the
jijVSR New Lawyer A. C Gordon, a
gihduate of the University of Iowa
vljl law department, and formerly of Des
'jfaiM Moines, has accepted a position in
tt:e office of Joseph Chez, here-
jtJjS tofore occupied by George S. Barker.
v'ho rcntly left for Washington, D.
Tffl DIAZ STILL IN FRANCE
'jt$m Biarritz, France. Sept 24. General
Wjflji Porflro Diaz. erroneously reported in
VtfX tBe United States to have nailed
Rjajl from Bantander for Mexico, returned
RfegM here from that port today after hav-
SpfM In seen his daughter embark for
SafSil Jackson county may be prettv much
wrought up over the tick question, but
By! how about that Birmingham man who
Kg swallowed his watch? Star and Jack-
HUB son County Hot Blasf.
QUEEIU BEATRICE IS
This morning Queen Beatrice Brew
er met with her maids of honor at
the county commissioners' room rn
the court house and briefly discussed
gowns and other matters" preparatory
to her appearance in Salt Lake next
Miss Mora Christensen of Hooper
i was added to the list of maids an
I nounced by the Standard yesterday
The young ladies were advised by
Commissioner Hunter that the county
will aid in the purchase of gowns for
the occasion and that the State Fair
associauon will ehtertain them tr?
I of charg at the 6tate capital
After n brief conference at the
commissioners' office the young la
dies accompanied the que-n to a
nearby photograph gallery where they
had a group picture taken
I County Clerk S. G. Dye was dis
patched to Salt Lke today to make
arrangements for the Weber county
queen and retinue and, upon his re
turn, her majesty will be advised of
the plans for her reception and enter
CURB AND GUTTER ON
TO BE BUILT
This morning the city board of com
ml9s'.oners granted petitions of prop
erty owners for curb and gutter ou
Madison avenue, between Twenty-second
and Twenty-fourth streets, aud
on Wall avenue, between Twenty sev
enth and Twenty-eighth streets, and
the city engineer was authorized 1 1
publish notice of intention.
The board also granted the petition
of property owners for an arc light iu
the center of Williams avenue and the
engineer was Instructed to have tha
JURY IS SELECTED IN
CASE AGAINST AN
Joseph Oliver. Joseph P Brockbank,
Carl G Edling. Walter Jarrell, S. C.
Stephens, J J Gibson. J. R Grace
and Dirk Koldewyn were selected aB
Jurymen to hear the case of the Fan
Development eompan against the Og
den City Ice company, in Judge How
ell's court this morning, and this il
ternoon the introduction of testimony
by the plaintiff was begun
The suit was brought to recover al
leged rental of the Farr Ice pond in
the northeastern part of the city. In
the sum of $625. the plaintiff claiming
that the pond was leased to the de
fendants for a period of years at a
stipulated rental, but that the defend
ant company had fa' led to pa.
The defendant compan contends
that the plaintiff company used the
Ice pond as a bedding ground for
sheep in the fall of 1911 and that
chicken coops were maintained near
the pond contaminating it to the ex
tent that it was not fit for use, result
ing In it being condemned as an Ice
The defendant company also claims
that by virtue of the contamination it
was damaged in the sum of $2700 and
asks for relief in that sum
WILL IS FILED
New York. Sept. 24. The will of
William J Gaynor, late mayor of
New York, filed today, leaves to the
widow his Brooklvn residence and 500
shares of Roa1 Baking Powder com-
I pan stork. The remainder, with the
exception of minor bequests, of the
estate, is divided two-sevenths to each
of two sons and one-seventh to each
of three unmarried daughters
The value of the estate Is estimated
H Follow the crowd to the "IT" and fee the four big
mHt j features ihown there this week:
KB The Northern Spy Bison.
The Thirst for Gold American Eclair.
HI ! The Heart of a Jewess Victor.
Soldiers Three Bison.
FRIENDS OF A MAN
IN JAIL ARE
In their anxiety lest their friend.
I John Green, be not dealt with Justly
in police court, where he was trioi
on the charge of drunkenness. Peter
Fry and George H Newton attended
the morning spsslon today Before
i hey arrived, however, they Imbibed
too freely. The result was that their
friend was given a suspended sen
tence while the two were locked up
on charges of drunkenness after they
had disturbed the peace and dignity of
Green was arrested yesterday after
noon by Patrolman C J Kelllher. af
ter Green had approached the officer i
no less than five times with stories of
diamond robbers and thugs. The
man was drunk but the patrolman .n
structed him to go to bed to sleep
It off. When the actions of the man
made him a nuisance, the patrolman
took him to the station to sober ud
Early this morning, the two I'rlenda,
Fry and Newton, appeared and asked
for an audience with the imprisoned
By a skillful method they Induced
Green to part with 50 cents with
which they said they would procure
funds for his release Instead, In the
interim between their friendly visit
and court time, they spent the 6o
cents for the strongest and lightest
colored liquor that is purchasable and
both entered the court room In a
After twice Interrupting the pro
cepdings by attempts at speaking, the
judge requested the men to be ro
moved They were removed After
booking them on a charge of drunk
enness the two were locked up to
sleep off their "jags."
In the meantime, the police are hop
ing that Green will give out some of
the Information he attempted to give
yesterday when he claimed he knew
the whereabouts of diamond robbers
ENTERTAINS AT TEA.
Mrs G. W Myers, a bride of this
month assisted by her mother. Mr?
T A Rhodes, pleasantly entertained
a number of friends at a prettily ap
pointed tea yesterday afternoon
Fall flowers in profusion lent fra
grance as well as beauty to the af
fair. A beautiful centerpiece
adorned the table where covers were
laid for ten Invited guests.
SALT LAKERS TO ATTEND.
A number of Salt Lake friends of
Miss Margaret Spargo and James V
Collins will be in Ogden tonight to
attend the wedding which Is to take
place in the Church of Good Shepherd
and will be followed by a large recep
tion at the Virginia
PAST GUARDIANS CLUB,
Mrs. Addie Feliows will be hostess
to the Past Guardians club at her
home 125 Poplar avenue. Thursday
evening, September 25.
In the presence of relatives and a
few Intimate friends, a pretty wed
ding as solemnizea at 9 o'clock tins
morning in the St. Joseph's Catholic
church when Father P, M Cushna
nan Joined in the holy bonds of matrl
mrnv Miss Marguerite Leahy and I
Frances M. Maher. both popular and
highly esteemed oung people of Og
den. The happy couple left immediately
for an extended honeymoon to Cali
fornia points of interest, after which
they will be at home to their many
friends In Salt Lake City
Last evening a number of the
friends of Miss Bessie Denkers de
lightfully surprised her In honor of
her thirteenth birthday Many choic?
as well as useful gifts were received
by the young lad- who made a neat
little speech declaring her apprecia
tion At 10 o'clock dainty refreshments
were served In the dining room wher
covers were laid for the followlnc
Misses Gladys Pouts. Lottie Shupe
Helen Shupe. Hazel Jones, Venus Wil
liam! and Bessie Denkers ; Messrs
Carl Froerer. Marvin Card Eugene
Dllly, Henry Denker6 and Paul War
The W C T U. ladles of the Fif'h
ward met this afternoon at
o'clock with Mrs C W. Hadley.
Twenty-sixth street, as hostess After
the usual business meeting, delicious
refreshments v. ere nerved
EAST DAY'S VOTE IN
THE CONTEST FOR
The election for Queen of the
Paahlon Show closes at 10 o clock
this evening, Arter 6 o'clock all
voting must be done at headquarters
the Mlsch pharmacy in order thm
the totals may he posied each half
hour after 7 o clock Trie vote at 1
o'clock today was as follows
E.llth Brewer .9268
Ruth Weston 8220
Ada Flanagan ... 944
Minnie Brown 879
Lillian Wright 820
Maud West ... 765
Edna Sims 610
Irrne Taylor 600
Dora Paine 695
Mabel Bell 575
Hazel Jackson 570
Mr? R. E. Brl6tol 545
Mrs R. L. Eccles 545
Hllaa Lewis 530
Marvel Ives 525
Mr I L. Reynolds 525
Inez Cortez 50
Mr. Tressa Hon-lcks 515
"P TORE NEWy
Happy Week Blanket Bargains Neat Savings Here
There has been a splendid response This spell of cold weather has Outing flannels and staple cottons
to the advertisement of Monday made the Blanket Sale more attrac- offercd at these attractlve prices.
in whtch the Happy Week O - than ever Crate loads of blank. assortment of
renngs were mentioned. It you will . J J -J'"-1- lluvv "'"
recall the full-page advertisement of etS are gomg OUt CVCry day and patterns and colors is unbroken,
that day. you will remember that every case there 1S a savin& to thf 10c Outing Flannel, light and dark,
some very timely items were men- purchaser of from one-fourth to one per yafCj 7C
tioned it is probably not necessary third in the price. . , , n , ,
to reprint them here-and all of these h is not neCessary that you pay the 1 FCeCe U G7r j"0"
offerings are in effect this week. (11 t v wL -f ki. riw and House Dresses, etc., yard ... 7c
. . 6 Kill price ot the blankets at this time
A tew of our customers received . , c , White Outing Flannel, 36 inches
,l . i . .1 cc unless vou so desire oelect them v , , . ' .
the impression that these offerings ' wide- worth 15c yard; sale price.
were for the two days of the Fashion now Pay onl-v one-fourth of the 12c
Show only. This is not the case sale Prices and we Wl11 nold the blank' '
they are on sale now and will be un- ets until yu want tnem- In tnis way $' 30 Bed Spreads, each 98c
t.l Saturday night. you may take advantage of the full 2y Towcli yard. . . 9c
assortments now ottered, secure the
S!l0C BdSIH6nt lw Prices which will not be possible 35c Turkish Towels, yard 29c
later and pay for them when you . - , iA
One of the most popular depart- are rcady to use thcm. The Blanket 1 Dc PllloW CaseS' Cach 10c
ments in the store is the New Shoe Sale is in progress in the Economy 35c Turkish Toweling, 36 inches
Basement, which is the room direct- Basement. wide; yard 25c
ly under the New Shoe Store. In
order to simplify the department for jlgf JJgy 25c Linen Huck Towels, Initialed.
you, we have taken into the Base- ' each 19c
ment all of the bargain shoes-all of Let us urge you to make no pur- ?.
the odds and ends all of the bar- chase in wearing apparel for the boy
gain tables. Many of our customers until you have visited the Clothing Good Gingham for Children's school
have already made a practice of look- Store Basement. This little depart- Dresses- Lad,es' House' ctc' yard-7c
ing in the Shoe Basement before . i . i t M- m 1
i . .1 i i i ment, which is the room directly un- TL v..U vl
completing their shoe purchases and J 1 flC jlllt 3316
they tell us that they find it very der the C1thing Store, has become
profitable to do so. Incidentally on a very busy little spot in the few Ladies' $32 50 to $35 suits at $25
the first floor of the New Shoe Store weeks it has been open. Not only r . i ii v; rcc :
, , , r. , , . r 3 is one ot the Happy W eek Uttenngs, E
we have one ot the finest shoe de- are boys wearables sold here, but al- jr. , V ,i (r mv
partments in the state and some ,n ,. nf m. and let us rePcat that thls offcr ex"
of the best shoe values. . f f ? f PPfarelf Ps with the end of this week. A j
i In this department we have plenty of , ,. , .
- 1 i L. i d T Li good many well-dressed women have 1
h vnn I Aoonno 1 sPace devote to bargain 1 ables,
riee LeSSOIlS and there is not a day that some new taken advantage of this offer since
With the end of this week the Free and attractive suggestion does not ap- the announcement of Sunday. The
Lessons in Crocheting, which have pear. The Elk Jr. Suit, of which we suits in the lot are decidedly hand
been given by a representative of the gave full description in our adver- some styles all of the Newest Fall
Golden Fleece Yarn Factory, will tisement of Sunday, we consider the Models all with the new long coats I
come to an end. All day yesterday very best boys' suit made in America some plain tailored others draped
the instructor was besieged with re- y U T J effects. The skirts are either plain
quests for instruction. The attrac- niUIUUl Il3ir uOOQS tail ored styles or draped, and there L
five feature of the demonstration is Qne q $t j ters of is no material demanded by this Fall's
the lot ot yarn-made articles which . , . . . . Fashion decree that is not included,
the lady carries with her. Excellent human hair has a representative here
suggestions for Christmas gifts are this week with several large trunks of Pirfhtfsl PatfpiTK
among them and the lady quickly the very best switches to be had in I lllUlldl idll"! Ho
teaches just how each of them is the world. Most of this hair comes u l I u D n
made. There is absolutely no charge from the convents of prance and is 1 you Have visited the Pattern De- .
for the instructions and we urge our therefore as dean and sanitary as can partment of late, you have doubtless j
customers to get the benefit of the beaiso it is of a very finc quaity been impressed with the increased
lessons before the close of the dem- The opportumty to select switches number of buyers in that section,
onstration. ancj transformations from a line so The interest is attributable to the fact I
rinmPQiir rntfnnQ complete is not an every-day occur- that we now sell the Pictorial Re
1Unitollt LUllUllo rence in Ogden, as not one store could view Patterns. These unusual pat
The cold evenings of the past few begin to carry the great variety which terns have not been sold in Ogden .
days has very materially increased is shown at this time. heretofore and many of our cus
the demand for warm cottons. We An additional feature of the dem- tomers have been sending away for
were fortunate, in our last New York onstration is that the lady in charge is them. We now have the complete
trip, to secure several cases of Mill an expert in hair dressing and is giv- line can supply any pattern made
Ends of the very best Outing Flannel. ing to all who seek it, information re- by this company in all sizes.
While these "ends" are in short garding the most approved styles. You wiil find the Pictorial Pattern
pieces, we cut them in any desired During this special demonstration the the easiest to use. They fit perfect
length, and the saving is considerable prices are almost one-half of the us- ly and the fashions offered are ex
to the consumer. Some other attrac- ual charge for hair of this quality, ceptionally attractive. The Novem
tive offerings from this department This showing is to continue but a few ber number of the Pictorial Review
are offered. days. is now ready at I 5 cents a copy.
Mrs Carl Wallan 616
Mrw Fred Oentsch ..616
Millie Taylor 610
Belle Vance 510
BEING IDE IT
The Ocden Rapid Tran< compan
announces that, due to the man
cl.anges being made at the Hot
Springs for the general benefit of
those wishing to bathe, there will be
no dance on Thursday night, nor will
in. re be sufficient water for bathing
purposes until next week after all
of the Improvements have been com
It is expected that all Improve
ments will he completed od or be
fore October l alter which date the
springs will afford greater and bet
The company la building a concrete
conduit from the springs to tne
sanitarium to supplant the earth ana
v ood conduits that have been in use
for a number of rear. bn com-
! pN ted, the water supply will be
greatly increased and higher tern- I
p era tare wll be maintained In the
pools and baths. The improvement
hns been In progress the past num
ber of days.
NOTRE DAME BRIDGE GIVING
Parisians were amazed th other
morning to learn that the old Notre
I'ame bridge was falling in few
of rhem perhaps had seen the 6caf
folding there for the last two or
threp years and might bave road that
the public works department had utr
drlaken Important repairs Now and
'hen traffic was barred and motor
buses were sent around over the
neighboring bridges But no Pari
slan ever suspected that the famous
Point de Notre Dame was threatening
to crumble lo pieces, and that its gra
old stones would some morning fall
on the heads of passengers In the
The fact Is that th "Pont de No
tre Daine" was threatening to crumble
and the third arch, especially, was
in a perilous state of deca One night
not long ago it was noticed that a
dozen stones near the center of the
arch were loosening and threatened
to fall into the river. An inspector
was at once on the spoL and all heavy
traffic Across the bridge was forbid
den. Navigation under the third arch
also wag prohibited and early next
morning an order was posted up that
all boats going down the river were
to follow the right arm of the Seln
through the lock in front of the Mint
The repairs at present in progress
are very extensive, and amount prac
tically to rebuilding and widening the
greater part. Milwaukee Sentinel.
WORLD LIVES FROM
HAND TO MOUTH
Stocks and bonds in America and
Europe have suffered an enormous de
cline in price the last six months You
read about it and say. "Tliat means
nothing more than a different set of
quotations; the actual wealth the se
curities represent is great as it was
lefore But that is not necessarily so.
The moment capital's power to repro
duce Itself which is tantamout to Its
earning power Is crippled, the capital
lUelf begins to perish With some ex
ageration lohn Stewart Mill wrote
' The greater part of the wealth now
existing in England ha been produced
bj human hands within the past
twelve months A very small propor
tion of the large a?gTegat0 wnich Is
DOW In existance existed ten years
ago The land subsists, and the land'
Is almost the only thing that tuibsJsU.
Everything which is produced to keep
In existance from age to age not by
preservation, but by ierpetual repro
If you turn to the schedule of na
tural wealth Issued by the census bu
rean you will see how true this Is.
There are la no! and :old and silver.
Everything else is a product of very
recent years and Is passing away even
while the enumerator Is writing ft 1
dosn lhe itock. agricultural Pf0' 1
duct, manutacttired products, minlflf i
products, merchandise, tools, m a j
chlnery, railroads which are n
stantiy wearinc out and being re- j IJ
newed. Scarcely a physical part of
the railroad that wa6 in existance
twenty years ago exists now. So
much practically all capital ev'i
land We rebuild almost our who .
transportation and manutacturlng
! plant c.cr twelve or fifteen ye- .
To destroy capital nothing l. neCi
sarv except to cut off its power J
reproduction or earning capacity-7
fact to be kopt In mind, for cxampi
In considering railroad rates. SW I
day Evening Poet
no . Bl St
LAST MAN IN THE ROW. lip
Did it ever occur to you that II.
farmer Is the last man in the ro II
After everybody else, from the bn"'
er 'he railroad man, the maniifactr
er, down to the trade unionist. B j
taken what he can get. the frTB i
takes what's left. Vancouver Sun.
Mr. Pumpernickel the florist. w
sick with n malady thai made hi? I y.
red. Another florist met Mrs. !
"What alls Mr. Pumpernickel. n I
"The doctor calls it acne rose-aca
she said. ,. .
"Well, that Is not so h n ,. j
plied "It 'advertises business.