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This weather means you want some for the
Children and Yourtelf.
Two-piece Garments for Children, 50c to $2.00 a suit.
Union Suits 50c to $1.50.
! Union Suits for Ladies, $1.00 to $3.50.
Two-piece Garments, 50c to $3.50 a suit.
This season we have a complete line of Extra size
: Underwear for large women..
Would be pleased to show the line.
THE ML M. WYKES CO.
2335 Washington Ave,
Our Candies are Pure
Our Bakery Goods
1 1 Our Hot and Cold Drinks
J Phone 279.
2341 Wash. 180 23th.
For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Or.ly Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
A See want ad for grape pickers for
Ben Lomond Orchard Co.
'J Senator Smoot in Ogden Senator
.i Rted Smoot and Mrs. Smoot were
HP In Ogden for a short time yesterday
W r afternoon on their way to Washiug-
ton where the senator will remain
H I throughout the session of congress.
Senator Smoot believes that Wilson's
W currency bill has some might hard
V sledding ahead He also declared
that Wilson Is not slow to use his
I Rhlp hand.
9 I Advertisers must cave tne:r copy
lj ready for the Evenlor Standard
nil eTeainS before the dcy on rlrch ..he
J advertisement Is to appear In order to
1 Insure publication.
Veterans Hold Meeting George;
Ml Seaman gave an address before his
III flow Spanish-American War veter
H ans last night in the Labor ball on
I "Things We Did Not See lu the Phll
B4 Ippines." The address was well re-
ceived. Commander George Ward
PJf law presided at the meeting and an
H nounced that an address will be
HI herd at each future meeting. It is
tt jrobable that Dr A. S. Condon will
be the next speaker,
j I The magazine section of The Stand
II ard tomorrow is the same as will ap
S tear Sunda morning in the six lead
jW ing papers of the nation watch for It
Here on Inspection Superlnten-
dent William Jeffers of the Union
jjfl Pacific arrived in Ogden this moru-
Lw 0D a S'11" trlP of inspection.
Old papers lor sale at the Standard
Office 26c per hundred.
tt A GOOD canvasser can find employ
s' ment at the Standard Office.
Terminal Station A number of
M Carpenters are at work In the term-
I hid station in the Brlgham hotel,
M making the cabinets to be us"ed for
I the sorting of packages. Other flx-
H tvres will be here withrn a rew days.
am Mormon and all other church pubil-
:atlons at Bramwell's.
WL Call 421 Tor the news, editorial and
t Society departments or the Standard
Dr. H. B Forbes has resumed prae
1 tice at 2478 Washington Avenue, op
t poslte Broom Hotel.
Recovering D. E Peterson of 336
Vancourt street is recovering from
F the effects of an operation for ap
pendicitis performed at the Dee hos
AM First-Class Auto Service Call up
R Elite Cafe. Phone 72.
pt A GOOD canvasser can find employ
ment at the Standard Office
jjf Bramwell carries everything in
I Books, Stationery and Office SupplleB.
Pt A GOOD canvasser can find employ
ment at the Standard Office
Be sure you save the Saturda mag
fi ai'me section of Ihe Standard :or
Jm 8unday reading
Special Train "The Count of Lux
jti einburg' is another theatrical com
111 pany to be handled in a special tralu
HI Ircm Denver to Spit Lake by the
'I GLOBE TODAY
g "THE MYSTERY OF THE
In two parts, featuring Maurice
M Costello and Mary Charleson Pathe's
weekly i m 1 1 of imerecsi
$ "WM. TELL"
By Robin Sellick
G. M Anderson heads the Icature.
Kegular orchestra afternoons
tit -TONY THE FIDDLER"
An Essanay feature in two parts,
: Presenting Francis Bushman and
i the Isis orchestra program made up
llf Verdi s compositions. Prices the
fc same adult? pi ct-nls, cblldrer
Bp Coming Monday, Mr. Fiske
P at the Globe in "Teas of the
I . ..... . "
I. nlon Pacitlc. The company travels
I In eight years and will arrive In Og-
j den. October 15. There are 70 peo-
pie in the company.
If B & G Butter doesn't suit you.
you're beyond pleasing
Horse Drops Dead After 8trug
; gllng with Its teammate up the steep
Incline leading from the basement of
' the extended Ecclcs site, a big black
horse, owned by Cyrus Noble, dropped
dead when the top had been reached.
The accident occurred shortly after S
1 o clock when the first load of clay
I uas being hauled from the excavation.
It Is believed that the strain resulted
in the bursting of a blood vessel caus
I ing instant death.
I G. W Tripp, the Photographer is
vour town 320Vi 25th St.
V. C. Gunnel! moved law office to
240S Washington avenue -vf
I At the Dee Mrs C. M. Reld of
I Clinton, Harry O'Toole of Payette,
: Idaho, and John Bell of Ogden have
i hi en admitted to the Dee hospital
tor treatment and Mrs T S Reyn
olds of Los Angeles, California, has
bi en discharged
Sale of Timber It is reported to
day from forest service headquarters
that 12,500.000 feet of timber on the
:-outh fork of the Payette river. Ida
ho, has been sold to the Payette
Michigan - Idaho Lumber company of
Pavetle at $2 60 per thousand for
-llow pine and $1 a tnousand for
Douglas pine and mercnantabie dry
timber. The sale Rill net the gov
ernment about $30,000.
Threatened With Typhoid- It is
reported from the home this afternoon
that William Craig is still 111. but that
his condition is not alarming He is
threatened with an attack of typhoid
Marriage License A marriage li
cense has been Issued to Bert Hock
well of Salt Lake and Vera Long )t
TRIED ANIMALS IT
Don CarloB is at the Ogden theatre
with his trained animal show, mon
keys, dogs and ponies all of them
actors. In fact. Dan Canos has the '
ouly trained animals that pull off a
show without prompting.
The last act Is the most amusing,
as well as the most interesting, ani
mal show ever presented In Utah
Every man, woman and culld will
be tickled to see the show.
Dan Carlos will be at tire Ogden
today and tomorrow, Including mati
nee at 3:30 p. in.
Don Carlos is. perhaps, the great
est animal trainer In tho world. lie
hat. 30 dogs, 12 monkeys, 4 ponies,
and a wife, all trained.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate trausfern
have been placed on tile in the county
Alma T Langlois and wife to Lucy
Richards, lot 30 and a part of lot
'Z'i, block I. Stephens' First addition.
Ogden survey; consideration, $240
John 11 Smith and wife to Isaac E
Smith, a part of the northeast quar
ter of section 28. township 6 north,
range 2 east of the Salt Lake meri
dian consideration. $1000.
Ida B. Harvey to Rose Sullivan a
part of lot 4, block 8. plat A. Ogden
eurve-. , consideration, $1200
POLL TAX MAN IS
If is the time of year when the poll
tax collector figures of making a
clearance and he shows but little mer
CJ toward the deliaquent. It Is dif
NcuH to dodge the poll tax collector,
a6 he has the law back of him in
pretty strong terms He can seize
upon almost anything a person has
to satisfy a judgment for the tax.
A. C, Harm the poll tax collector
for Ogden. Is busying himself Just now
figuring out the number of delin
quents on his list and he says that
when he solves the problem a multi
plicity of notices will be issued, giv
ing the delinquent poll tax players one
more opportunity to settle before le
gal steps are taken While extensive
collections have been made and turned
over to the city treasurer, Mr. Harris
sas that there are yet about 2000
on the books. Ho expects to bring
about settlements on all the accounts
before the end of the year.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to offer our heartfelt
ihanks to all the friends and neigh
bors who so kiudly assisted U6 during
our bereavement, also those who ren
dertd the musical numbers as well as
I those who sent the beautiful floral
GRANT SYPHEKS AND FAMILY,
BERT SYPHERS AND FAMILY.
wins OF POIZES
TO RECEIVE MONEY
Winners of the cash prizes In the
school garden contest will receive
their prizes, ranging from $15 to 75
cents, at the office of the board of
education tomorrow morning. The
uwards will be distributed by A. A.
Anr'rews, head of tho agriculture de
partment, fn the city schools.
The silver cups to the three prize
winning schools have beeu ordered
but are not here. When they arrive,
the cups will be appropriately en
graved and will be presented to the
schools formally after they nave been
placed on exhibition In some business
Superintendent J. M. Mills an
tounced to all prize winners today
that the Orpheum theater manage
ment will present to each a number
of tickets to the theater.
TREIiNTON HARD HIT
R HEAVY FRDST
It is reported from Tremonton today
that a heavy frost prevailed there yes
terday and theV day before, forming
more than an inch of Ice, and dolnu
considerable damage to the apple crop.
Tremonton is in the center of a pro
ductive apple zone and damage to that
crop works a hardship on the people
of the district
The fruit crop in the northern part
of Box Elder county, especially ap
ples. Is heavy this year and good
prices have prevailed, the best grade
of apples having sold as high as $2
a bushel, other grades ranging from
that figure to $1 25. There al3o has
been a good crop of alfalfa, but the
recent storm has damaged much of
the third cutting
It is estimated by Mr. Steed of
Tremonton that ther were fully 600
tons of the third cutting of alfalfa
on the ground when the storm came
a few daye ago. The entire tonnage
will practically be ruined
The Progressive party is to hold n
meeting at 420 Twenty fourth street
at 3 p. m tomorrow. All members
of the part)' are requested to be prtav
INDUSTRIAL WORK IN
To explain more fully to primary
teachers In Weber county schools the
value of Industrial training In the
development of children and also how
the training work should be given,
Miss Matilda Peterson primary super
visor, has called a special meeting ol
primary teachers to be held at ll
o'clock Saturday mornlug in the court
Miss Peterson explained today that
inausiriai irsuuiug is uaea in connec
tlou with the number work, language
lessons, reading and geography to aid
the students in a belter understanding
of the subjects and also to Impress
upon them to a greater degree tho
knowledge they secure from books
To teach the cbildreu the use of
the rules in their simple arithmetic,
they are given cardboard to be mark
ed off according to dimensions given
by the teacher In the simple rug'i
that the children weave, they are re
quested to make a carboard frame of
certain dimensions and mark off cer
tain fractions of an Inch for the four
datlon threads By the 6ame metb
ods they learn what a square Is, f
rectangle, perimeter and other tcrmu
The work Impresses whnt they learn
When geography Is studied, the chil
dren make various articles used by
the various peoples When wool la
studied, woolen objects are made
Students learn to write and think
logically as they are requested in
their language work to explain the
methods of making the articles and
write how they proceed in the con
struction More Industrial .ork is being done
In the county schools than ever be
fore and the teachers have found the
children Interested and better stu
dents bv reason of the training.
DELIA TINSLEY ASKS
FOR A DIVORCE
Delia Tinsley has filed a suit for
divorce In the district court against
Claud Tinsley and asks for a legal
separation on the grounds that the
deleudant has failed to provide the
necessities of life and that be has
desertt-.d the home
It is stated in the complaint that
the parties were married at Chicago
Jine 5. 1905, and that there 1 one
child. The plaintiff asks for the cus
tody of th child, costs of suit and
IN CITY JAIL BY
Samuel Eepinoza is now in the city
jail charged with petit larceny as a
I result of bis alleged attempt to carry'
ava from a Washington avenue shoe
store a pair of fine lady's shoes. The
arreBt was made by Guard Thomas
Lever this morning following u call
s:nt to the station
Etplnoza, who Is about 30 years of
agt, was observed by the proprietor
of the shoe store when Esplnoza
walked before the place. When the
ftliow returned and carefully grasp
ed a pair of shoes from the front
ca6e. the proprietor clutched him as
the alleged light fingered fellow who
attempted to walk away a clerk
telephoned for the patrol and in
three minutes Esplnoza was In jail.
He had no excuse to orrer ror the act
a no said he had plenty of money but
none was found In his possession
Deaths and Funerals
SAVERS Funeral sen ices for Mrs
Josephine Savors, who died Sunday
in Sparks, Nov . were held yesterday
afternoon In the Third ward meeting
house with Bishop W. D. Van Dyke
officiating. The speakers were Presi
dent James Wotherspoon and Bishop
Van Dyke. Miss Besslo Blair sang
' Softly and Tenderly" and "Resigna
tion Ij.wrence Greenwell gave, "I
Know That My Redeemer Lives." and
He Glveth His Beloved." Miss Ste
vens and Ml6s Mary Jacobs gave the
duet "Sometime, Somewhere." Inter-J
ment was made in the family plot in
Ogden city cemetery.
POWERS Funeral services for Wil
liam D. Powers, who met his death
lu a railroad collision In Montana,
were held yesterday afternoon lu the
Seventh ward meeting house with
Bishop M. L Jones officiating. The
speakers were Thomas McKay and
As:iel Farr. Musical numbers were
given by Miss Melba Read, Mrs
Fioience Jones. Miss Bertha Farley
..nd Miss Vera Delameter. interment
took place in the City cemetery.
ROBERTSON Funeral services for
Mrs Maud Robertson were held In
the Llndqulst funeral chapel yester
day afternoon Bishop Nathan Tan
ner officiated The speakers were
Moroni Olsen and Bishop Tanner, i
Musical numbers were given bj Miss
Jennie Thorstensen and Mibo Eva
The members of the Raca-Thea
class will meet tonight at the home
of Don Hastings, No 2227 Grant ave
nut. at 7:30. The regular election i
of officers for the ensuing year will
tuke place. Reports of committees
ai'd plans for the class will be dis
cussed At the close of the business hour,
refreshments will be served, and a
social evening enjoyed. All members
of the class are urged to attend this
DEE HOSPITAL SCENE
OF A SILL BLAZE
AT 1 0'CLOCK
The ignition of a pet of tincture sa
ponis mollis, or lu plain English, tine ;
ture of green soap, which had been
placed on the back of the range In
the diet kitchen of the Dee hospital,
email hlQTO rnni'h !). I
ment among the hospital attendants,
and a hurried run from the two flr-j
departments at 1 o'clock this after
The blaze was extinguished how
ever, by the hospital attendants with
small damage. Nurses, doctors, cooks
and janitors worked with a will and
had the flames checked without the
need of the firemen The mud ac
cumulated by tho apparatus In the
fast ruo, however, gave the fire boys
a busy two hours with the hose and
sponge after the excitement had sub
During the blaze, great pains wero
taken by the attendants to 3ee thai
the patients were not alarmed, and It
Is doubtful If more than one or two
knew that there was anything unusual
The UBe to which the green soap
was to be put demanded that it bo
warmed and melted so the pot w?o
placed on the range In the kitchen
How It caught fire is not known ex
actly as care was taken It is pro!)
able" that It boiled over and the aho
hoi and tat in the soap made It good
material for a quick blaze.
When the fire was discovered, one
attendant called the department w Jiile
others applied the tire extinguishers
and the saline solution kept available
for such purposes Still others qui
etly secured blankets to smother the
blaze The fire had no chance against
such coolneas and measures and ii
was out in a few moments
The damage extended to the ucorcb
ing of one wall.
When Chief Canfield arrived In his
red car. he co-operated with the at
tendants In keeping down excitement
and hurried back to notify the men on
the clanging motors and wagons that
it wsb not necessary for the depart
ment to assist In putting out the blaze
WILSON IS URGING i
CLAYTON TO REMAIN
Wasbintgon. Oct. 10. Presideut
Wildou has urged Representative
( l. vton chairman of the house Ju
diciary committee, to retire from thr-
DRESS GOODS I
We are receiving, daily, shipments on new Fall Dress Goods and Suit- I
ings, in all the new weaves and colorings.
Fashion's demands for something new has been an incentive for the
production of some really wonderful creations.
We welcome you to our immense display, knowing that here if any
where you will find something to please you.
Entire line of evening shades in ment of imported cloaking ever
silk warp Henrietta and silk and shown in this city, including all
wool crepe, 42 inches wide. Spe- shades in Wool Ratine, Black and
cial $1.39 White Chinchilla, Black Astra-
Entire line of Wool Batiste, includ- -han and mixtures and Black
ing white and blacks; 36 inches Pony cloths, and a complete line of
wide, all wool. Special 49c heavY dark shadow plaids, rang- j
A . . . . r m ing from $1.25 to $6.50 per yard.
A complete asortment ol Moon- i ,, . j tA - i
. f , , , , , , Our 49c table includes Batiste in
light plaids, broken checks, shep- , ,. . r. L
i i i i til i , , all colors, diagonal serges, fine
nerq checks, and black and white . . ,c , ,
. , , cn . mixtures and Bedford cords 36 to
stripes, special reductions. 50-in. mmk . , . ,
. u i , ii j 40 inches wide,
serge in black, reds, browns and
blue, regular $1.25 quality. Spe- 0ur 63c table includes serges suit-
cial 93C ing in mixtures, plaids, scotch i
n , r ui 1 j mixtures and Henrietta. 36 to 44
Our entire line of black dress jnches ;
goods for a few days at a remark- t . . I
able discount. Out 98c table includes evening
shades in silk warp Henrietta wool
The greatest line of plaid dress taffetas, diagonal serges, French
goods for skirts, dresses and com- serges, Bedford cords, checks,
bination suits ever shown in this plaids and scotch mixtures and
city, ranging from 50c to $2.00 a many novelties. Width ranging
yard. The most complete assort- from 44 to 50 inches wide.
Hundreds of wool remnants at less than cost in skirt and dress length
i 2,11 'fiSl
m i n iiiii i n in miTsiii
Alamaba senatorial race on the ground
that his loss to the house just as tho
administration anti-trust legislation
program Is to be taken tip would be
a calamity. Mr. Clayton has about
(.eclded to withdraw
FROM M GIANTS
(Continued from Page One)
Burns when the double steal was
made Burns and Merkie scored when
Merkle drove the ball Into the left
field bleachers for a home run Bend
er threw out Marquurd Three runs,
three hits, no errors.
Second Half. Baker out on a fly
to Herzog. Mclnnis fouled on to
llerzog. Doyle threw out Strunk. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
First Half Herzog slugled to left.
Herzog was forced at second when
Collins took Doyle's gTounder and
tutbed to Barry Doyle was forced
ai second when Bender took FlMch-
rs hot smash and tossed to Barry .
H was a good stop by Bender and
shu off a hit. Fletcher score I on
t urns' double to left. Bums stored
On Shafer's three-buse hit to right
! The Giants were hitting savajrely
Bonder appeared to be tiring. Col
llnt threw out Murray Two runs,
three hits, no errors.
Second Half Barry filed out to
Murray. Schang walked. Bet dor
(lied out to Murray Schanc; .vas
forced at second when Doyle took
Murphy's grounder and touched r.ec
cnd. No runs, no hits, uo er-ors.
First Half Frandall batted In
placp of Wilson. Collins threw out
Crandall at first. Merkle "led out to
Murphy Grant batted for Marquard
Strike one strike two, two balls, tour
bail, ball tMQ Grant fouled out to
Schang. No tuds, no hits, no errors.
R. H E
New York 5 8 2
Philadelphia 6 9 0
AT PIEDRAS NEGRAS
Eagle Pass, Texas, Oct. 10. Cour
ler brought word to American au
thorities here today that about 3000 j
i ont titutionalists have mobilized
j within striking distance of Pledras
Negroes Jesus Carranza, brother of
: the Constitutionalist leader, com- I
mauds this force
PRINCE KATSURA DEAD.
Tokio, Oct. 10 Prince Taro KAt
sura, former premier of Japan. diel I
I here today after an extended illness.
! CHICAGO GRAIN
Lightness of I rlmary receipts
brought about later a decided harden-,
lug of wheat values. The close wasl
steady. 12'gC.Sc to 5-Sc net higher )
Attention wat loncentrated largely j
on bullish figures regarding abandon- I
ment of corn ucreage. ihe close was I
steadv at an advance of 3-4c let.
New York, Oct. 10 Sugar Raw
Easv. Muscovado, $2 91', centrifugal,
molasses. ?-' 07 Refined 10 1
Now York. Oct. 10. Money on call
firm, 303 3-4 per cent; ruling rate
I 8-4 per cent; closing bid. 3 M a
3 1-2 per cent
Time loans firm; 60 days. 5 pe'
cent; 90 days. 5 1-2 per cent; 6b
months. bQ 1-1 per cent.
Prlm mercantile paper. 5 1-26 per
cent Sterling exchange steadv,
14.81.60 for 60 days, $4 S5 70 for de
maud, commercial bills, ?4.S1 1-4.
Bar silver. 60 7 Sc.
Mexican dollars. 47c
Government bonds, firm; railroad
New York Stock List.
amalgamated Copper 72 1-4
American Beet Sugar 23 3-4
.wuerlcan Cotton Oil 39
Aiuer. Smelt. & Refining ... 64 1-4
-iinericau Sugar Refining ..109
American Tel. & Tel 122 1-4
Anaconda. Mining to 35
Atchl60U 94 1-8
Atlantic Coast Line 47 3-8
Baltimore & Ohio 93 7-8
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 87
Canadian Pacific 230 1-8
i ui . apcake t Ohio 57
Chicago A: Northwestern ...128 1-2
Chicago Mil & St. Paul ...101 5-S
Colorado Fuel & Iron, bid .. 27 3-4
Colorado Southern 2S
Delaware Hudson, bid 155
Denver Rio Grande, bid ... 18
Erie . . 28
ral Eiertric 142 3-4
Great Northern pfd 125 3-4
Gieat Northern Ore CtfB. ... 32 1-2
Illinois Central 108 1-2
lulerborough-Met 14 1-3
Inter Harvester 105 1-4
Louisville 4c Nashville 133 1--
Missouri Pacific 29
Missouri. Kansas & Texas ...192 1-4
Lehigh Valley 143 3-4
National Lead 44 1-2 j
New York Central . . 95 '
Norfolk & Western .103 1-2
Northern Pacific, ex. div, 108 1-8
Pennsylvania Ill 1-2
Peoples Gas 124
Pullman Palace Car. bid 152
Reading 162 6-8
Rock Island Co 13 1-2
Preferred 21 1-4
Southern Pacific 89 3-8
Southern Railway 21 3-4
Union Pacific 152 6-8 1
I n 'ted State Steel 56
Preferred 105 3-4
Wabash 3 3-4
Western Union 69 7-S