I OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. JJTAH,WED.NESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 19,3
JT ' ONE-BIT SALE
Come tomorrow and
share the savings at this
L remarkable (I2l2c) One
I : bit sale.
jij Crowds of buyers profit?
J f ed by it today.
1 1 Society
I RELIEF SOCIETY MEETING.
J Tomorrow meeting of the Relief
l society conference ol Ogden Slake
will b held at lu 30 a. m. and 2 p
J i m. In 'ho Relief society hall on Grant
avenue. A special program has been
arranged and full attendance lfl ex
L Following .1 box party at the Or
gl phcuini last cvcnini:. i Y ( lor man
of San Francisco entertained a num
j ber of friends a( a supper and autj
M partv ("rornmn left today for
' Ihc north
S Mr and Mrs. E. W Harrold had
Ijas their guest last evening, D W
Eli 'Gorman of Sao Francisco. Mr. Goi
I ,man represents the Pacific Metal
E Work? of San Francisco
MR PORTER HAS VISITORS.
IB Mr. C. S. Porter has as his guesls
for a few da s. K U Aaigbt. repre
tentative of the Anv-rican LaFrancc
i Fire Engine company of San Fran
I cisco and Roland M. Thomas, also oi
I that city. Mr. Porter entertained it.
I a box party last evening in their hon
m, Mr. Thomas is a member of the
United Commercial Travelers of Aine
b I rica
'm METHODIST LADIES' AID.
The Ladies' Aid 'of the Methodist
T church will meet with Mrs Grossman,
; 2650 Quire y avenue. Thursday after
noon at 2 30 o'clock All members
and their incuds are cordially iuvl
At noon today in the Salt Lake tem
9 I pie, Miss Marelda Mae Allen, daughter
I of Mr. ami Mrs. H F. Allen of Ray
ji I mond. Alberta, Gauada, and William
ij I M McKay of this cit were united
In the holy bonds of matrimony Dy
Apostle David O. McKaj. brother of
This evening an elaborately planned
reception will be leudercd them b'v
, ( the bride's parents to be given at the
I home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Jo
seph n Morrell, 2361' Madison ave
nue. Invitations have been extended
II to 150 friends of the young couple to
( be present.
i, Mi6S Allen has a host of friends in
I m Salt Lake where she attended school
(j I for several years.
Mr, William Kay i6 one of Ogden s
f highly respected citizens and num-
erous friends both In the business
and social world extend their most
hearty congratulations. Mr. McKay,
I .formerly instructor at the Webei
academy, is now resident agent of the
Beneficial Life Insurance company.
After November 1, Mr and Mrs..
McKay will be at home In their pret
ty new bungalow, on Boulevard ave
nue and Twenty fourth street.
A quiot home wedding was cele
brated last evening at the home ot
Mr and Mrs V L Bacon wheu their
daughter Nellie was united in marri
age "to H W. Ellsworth of Salt Lake
City, by Pastor J. D Alder of the
Soventh Day Adventists church. The
groom Is an engineer on the Salt Lake
Route, and Is a man of well defined
religious principles. The bride Is a
popular young lady of North Ogden,
whose marriage will be a surprise
to her many friends Mr. and Mrs.
I Ellsworth will make their home In
Salt Lake for (be present
Meeting of the O H. S. Alumni is
called for Thursday evening, at 8
o'clock. October 16, 1913. at the Og
den High school Election of officers
and other important matters.
YM RANDALL, Pres.
1 APPLE BLOSSOMS I
II THEE NFJO
It is reported that numerous apple
trees are In bloom this fall In Kan
sas, due to the heavy drouth oi the
summer, followed by warm wet weath
er, but to find an apple tree now in
bloom in Utah Is a freak of uature
A tew days ago. while going over
his orchard near Clearfield J G Jeih
sen proprietor of the Jensen cafe, j
tound a stem on an apple tree con
taining two fine Missouri Pippin an- !
plea and a blossom The apples were
fully matured and the blossom was ah
b r I c h i as those of the spring time Mr
Jeusen has had the freak on cxhlbl
tlon a number of days
The cause of the blooming is not
readily understood as the season in
this vlclnltj has been moist and warm
leaving no apparent cause for a se?
ond growth, or budding
Mr Jensen also found In his or
(hard a single twig containing eleven
large apples that weighed a little
more than four pounds
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids for construction of a two-story'
ftrick building, Amusement hall; 4SxS5
feet, for Plain City ward. For plans
and specifications call John Moore.
Plain City. Phone 49K-1 Rights re
served to reject any or all bids. Bids
will close October 20. . 51
SUGAR FACTORIES AT
THE BEfilMUHB OF A
Manager L R. Eccles of the nial
gamated Sugar company states that
all the factories of the company are
running full blast at this time and
that there Is no prospect of any set
backs in the campaign A good sup
ply of beets Is on haud and it Is an
ticipated that beet digging will pros
ress sufficiently to keep ahead of the
The Logan factory closed down Oc
tober 10. but opened up again today
The storms of recent date retarded
the work of digging beets and the fac
tory wa6 forced to close for a few
days to give the farmers a chance to
put in a supply that would guarantee
an uninterrupted run
The Burley. Idaho, factory began
operations today with a full force and
a big supply of beets A good run is
expected at this factory this year
I iA Bit of Good NewsFi
11 The Day is at hand when
a you should buy that new J&f!g!4
jS II fall suit and get the good tmK m
"1 to get you to speed up. jljy 'la I Be
I ki The days go and some x5?M I
J MA people let them go by - y ( ( Bg
19 without buying. -A I k
We intend to sell .rzf r2
I I FIFTY NEW TnvV II
1 3 SU1TS If A f!
Jj I this week. We have se- BE
lected Fifty New Silk A j
1 Petticoats -dandy good I w
A ones to give free to the V k A
first fifty customers that
J come here for their fall V '
1 suits. Our suits are beau- it . rl
m i tiful the quality unsur- -d5SlZ?tt kill
passed ! As to the values !i j
I see window with your ewTirbi i?u ir The h. mci co. IB
ow neyes. Extra help f l
4 provided to give you the best of perfect attention.
Will you be one of the fifty to wear a nifty suit? j
There is no question but that you will feel satis- HI
fied with the deal when you buy at the
STORE WHERE THE WOMEN TRADE, lfl
1 PAINE & HURST M
E. 1. SHERMAN GIVES
ADDRESS ON FIRE
Because of work to be done, the
"Fire Prevention" day program which
was to have been given at the high
school last Thursday was given to
day The features of the program
were an address by District F'ore6ter
E. A Sherman and the reading of a
paper by Ctyef A. B. Canficld.
Mr Sherman gave an excellent ad
dress on the subject of fire preven
tion and he outlined six simple rules,
which he declared would result in the
almost complete absence of fires
Chief Caufield was unable to be
present in person so he sent his ad
dress which was read The paper
dealt with local conditions and pre
cautions were named to combat the
Selections by the excellent high
school orchestra completed the pro
ROAD BOOK eOll
Weber count macadam road build
ing is progressing nicely, according
to the report of road commissioners
who hale had charge of the worl for
a number of months The eommis
j eioners say that If the present pood
weather continues, roads in Hlverdale
and HuntBVllle can be completed be
fore the heavy winter sets in
Work in the Wilson district has
bepn halted and the Rlverdale road 13
being given consideration.
Preparations have been made for
an extension of the slate road
through Huntsllle and it is expect
ed that the north road in that town,
which has been designated as a 6tate
road leading to Ulch countv will be
macadamized before snow files. This
Is one of two state roads that Inter-s-ix-ts
Weber countv and it extends
from the Hooper district near the
lake to Rich county In the vicinity of
The other state road crosses the
county from Davis count through
Ogden to Box Elder county intersect
Ing the Rich county road at Washing
ton aenue and Twenty-fourth streets
The Rlverdale road forms a part of
"this state highway and It will be ma
cadamized as early as possible both
county and state funds being used
The county has but one rock crush
er, which is now stationed at the
point of the mountain near Hot
Springs, and it furnished the rock for
the roads below the base of the
mountains Rock for the HuntsviUe
road will be sifted from the lime and
quartsite bluff near Idlowild, the road
builders claiming that it is found In
large quantities of the required size
In honor of three members of the
Weber Academy Alumni association
who are about lo leave for missions
to foreign t iolda. a rousing farewell
party is to be given at the W'eber
academy Wednesday evening, October
Tl Dancing will be the amusement
of the eveulng
The three are Robert H. .loner, who
goes to Germany. John G. Hancock,
whose field Is Great Britain, and Boyd
C. Lindsay, who will labor In France.
All three are well known and, as
each has a host of friends, the com
mittee planning the party Is certain
that a largo crowd will be present at
w. 0. w.
CARD PARTY TO BE
GIVEN THURSDAY EVE
NING, OCTOBER 16
WOODMEN OF THE
WORLD HALL, F R A T
BLOCK, 8:30 P. M. PRIZES
LAMAR FORFEITS BOND.
New York. Oct. In David Lamar
the Wall street manipulator under In
dictment for impersonating congres3
mcn and others, failed to appear be
fore Judge Hunt In the federal dis
trict court today for pleading and his
bond of $3000 waB declared forfeited.
TRE GITY BOARD
The city board of commissioners
this morning passed an ordluance pro
vlding for the levying and collecting
of taxes to pay for tne building or
concrete sidewalk in sidewalk district
The final estimate of Henry .1 Por
ter for the bulldlnjj of sidewalk In
district No 119. In the sum of $1,613.98 '
was flowed and the auditor instruct
ed tddraw a warrant for the amount
The claim of the Ogden River Rcb
ervolr company, amounting to I661J9
was allowed and the audRor author
ized to draw a warrant.
The board selected t',1 judges of
electlou and sixteen polling places
the seventeenth place to be determ
ined on some time this afternoon for
the coming primary and final elec
tlons October 21 and November 4
ITHIRTY GARS I DAY
OF POTATOES ARE
Sixty .carloads of potatoes a day
for 30 dcttO have been hauled by the
Oregon 3aort Line from Idaho, ac
cording to reports In the local office
of the Pactilf Express company -
proof of the Immense crop of pota
toes In the (Jtu state The indica
tions are that fhc potatoes will be
transported at 'ho tame rat" for
some weeks to come.
Most of the shtnments are ma Ac to
the southeastern states. The nmrket
6f the crop last jycar was found in
ibe same district.,
Theshlpment of protlucU from
this "clTstrlct has About ended, al
though apples are leing loaded at the
rate of five or six cars dallj.
Special meeting Friday. October
17tb. at 7.30 p. m By order of
president. JAMES GREENWjELL.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I Fred P. Payne, will not be re
sponsible for au; debts' or other ob
ligations contracted by any one but'
FRED P PI AVNE.
PETITIOiS IN THE
The following hearings hare been
set for October 27 in the district
Petition that: the last will and t&B
tameut be probated and thai letters
of adniinistraikm Issue in the matter
of the estate J. C. Anderson, dc
Estate of .larccs Clinton Jones, de
ceased petition for settlemerrt of the
estate and for a final accounting
Petition for letters of ocfcministra
tion in the estate of Samuel Walker
Last time tonight Mrs.
Fiske in Tess of the D'Urber
At the Eagles' liaJl. Hudson avo.,
OctObtr 17 at 8 30 p m. Every
ORDER OF OWLS
Membera and their friends are in
viied to be present at a smoker to
be held at their hall at 1M1C Wash
li gton avenue Saturday evening, Oc
tober IS. Members and their friends
are also invited to attend the O O.
O dance at the Colonial, evening of
CARD OF THANKS.
We deeply appreciate the loving
sympathy extended duriug our recent
beieavement In the demise of our be
loved wife and mothtr, Bertha Ned I
Hurd, and desire hereby to extend
our heartfelt thanks to all our dear
relatives and friends, Especlalh do
we thank those who furnished the
sweet music, beautiful floral tributes
and spoke so many words of com
fort at tho Impressive funeral sen -!ces
MR AND MRS. ALFRED NEAL
Later a rally in wheat took place
because of shorts covering The close,
however, was weak. 5-8 to 5-8(53-4
There was a subsequent .reaction
In corn due to the market becoming
bare of offerings. The close, how
ever, was weak, 1-L' lo 3-4 undet lat
V. heat No - red, 92098; No. 3
ror, 91(09; No. 2 bard, S4 3 -4 B
85 1-2; No. 3 hard. 84 3-485. No.
2 northern. 8687, No 3 northern,
8S&85; No. 2 spring. 86 87; No 3
spring, 83 85: velvet chaff, 82
84 3 4; durum, 798'S5
Corn No 2, 68 1-2069 3-4; No.
2 white, 68 l-2(g'69, No. 2 yellow,
68 3-469 1-4, No 3, 6X l-4l-2, !
No 3 white 68 1-4 (69. No 3 yel
low, 68 l-269.
Oats No. 2 white. 404J 14; No.
' 3 white. 3Sfo 39 1-4; standard, 38 3-4
0 40 1-4
Rve No 2. 66.
Barley 55 80.
Timothy 3. 75o 25.
Clover 9 00(g 12 50
Ribs 10.25 (g 10 73
New York, Oct. 15. Lead Ka.-y ,
4 36. London. 19 pounds 17s 6d.
Spelter Easy: ?5. 2ofj 5 35. lxndon.
pounds. 12s 6d
New York, Oct. 15 topper
Standard, spot and futures nominal;
no transaction, electrolytic, $16 Mc
16.87 1-2. lake. SI 6 75 17.00 ; cast
ings, J16.37 1-2&16.75.
Tin Easy; spot and November,
?4i' 2U40.50; December. MQ.Utf
14 45. " ,
Antlmouv Dull; Cookson's, J8.30.
Iron Quiet and unchanged
JUDGE R. S. fflHTT
IS FAILED TO
J Seemingly Judge R. S Lovett, chair
man of the Union Pacific corapan, I
and his party has dropped out of
sight Disfiitchcs that came to Og
den Monday were to the effect that
tne Lovett special would arrive (n 1
Ogdon today: No word of his coming
was receive! this morniug. however,
in local railroad circles.
The comniittccs of the Weber and
Salt Lake Commercial clubB were to
meet the Judge and other (Union Pa
clflc officials today to diacuss the
completion of the proposed Burley-Sa-line
ANNUAL ELECTION OF;
OFFICERS OF THE
i . ' t i
The annual election of officers of
the Ogden High School Alumni as
sociation will take place tomorrow
evening at the meeting to be held in
the Alumni quarters at the Ogden i
High school Supt I M. Mills of the !
city schools will make the addrebs of
Plane Tor the social season will be
discussed. It is aimed to have a
series of dances and socials and there
is talk of producing a play. Tho last I
play by the Alumni association, "Er I
mlnle " was a groat success and with
the same and additional talent, it Is !
believed that an excellent production I
can be staged
Earl I'ardoe. William Harcombe I
and Wade .Johnson are candidates fori
I he office of president of the assocla 1
FRANK R. BAIR HELD
UNDER DONO BV
l rank R Balr was arraigned be
fore Judge W. H Reeder th's morn
ing on the charge of wilful neglect
and failure to provide for a wife and
four children. George Folkman la
the complaining witness.
According to the complaint. the
Dcglect has extended ove; a period
from Ma 15, 1913. to October 13
The complaint names Mary G Bair as
the wife and Ruth, Lola, Margaret
and Baby Bair as thu children
Bair asked for a preliminary hear
ing In the lower court and also asked
that a bond be named He expressed
h's willingness to pool a bond that
will injure his making regu'ar con
tribut'ons to his family.
The matter was left to County At
torney David Jensen for decision.
Last time toflight "The
Merry Minstrel Maids, at the
Orpheum 10, 20, 30 Cents.
MAN IN COURT SATS
HE WAS DRUGGED
IN A SALOON ,
Echoes of fighting diunks to the
number of four were heard lu Judge
I Reeder k court this morning and var. -Irg
sentences were meted out to Bait
the circumstanced. Various excustis
weie given to explain th pugnacious
anitude of the prisonOTl Om man
I even believed ho wa doped with a
new essenc that produces a fighting
Chris Opi was the first to offer ex.
p'anatlons He wore a beautifully
Illuminated left eye as a result of
being struck by the proprietor of a
Grant avenue rooming house. Opl
i takes all the blame for the fray. He
j tald that his Job and domestic trou
bles had led b'm to drink, with the
result that when he came to lib roDm
in a drunken cond'ti u tb proprie
tor had objected.
N. J Thomas, the proprietor Mat
ed that when Opl abused him he took
him by the shoulder and dragged h ia
down the stairs to the street, where
the fight ended. The judge took tho
matter under advibement. When Ser
geant Layne arrestel Opl, he waa
h:d!ng undei a bath tub.
Paul Bdirta, recently of the Panama
canal zone, where he was employed
on construction work, was the man
who believed he was doped He said
he took u few drinks and woke up lu
The arresting officer stated 'hat
Barta bad been ejected to tb?. street
from the Carlisle house and had made
50 much noise that civilians brought
him to the station He was given
H Miller and Edwa'd Dodd. both
i iiargoJ with drunkenness, were at
i jbfd b two young men. who claim
ad i hu i Dodd and Miller used th.-m
for punchius bag The;, wire gi -eu
five dus or $5 each
TO PEOPLE OF WEST
In a statement juct issued, the scc
rtrv of tb ajan'nr has th follow
iEGsmonvy Chancer I
in New Waists 8
lj No matter how many waists you have ;! I
you can always use more and the
big display of new lingerie and silk lj I
waists we are now showing offer you ji
a splendid chance to find just what
ij you want. The values are really ex-
jj ceplional. jj I
TT ;! I
The Quality Shop. t
I n ' io say concerning his visit west
and tho results of his investigations
"I went wect to find what com
plaints the people bad to make as to
our administration of the land oiiice,
the reclamation service, and the Indi
an bureau. Apparently! every man.
woman and child In the wei-i comae,
Into direct or indirect contact with
this department The great body of
their complaints. I believe, can be
remedied without new legislation.
"As to land affairs, wc muut cut rorU
tape to get prompt action.
"The farmers on our irrigation pm
ijects must have a longer time in
which to pay for their water rights
They must have more education In
the use of water, so there will be less
waste, and methods must be devised
by which either through lh banks or
by a system of rural credits, money
can be raised for the introduction of
cattle upon the farms. As It is now.
the farmers are producing raw prod
nets which yield but little; whereas,
they should be producing more fin-
lahed product Instead of selling ah Kji
falfa at $5 or $6 a ton. they should mi
b' turning it inio ine;t. which would I 9
more than double the value of the I H
alfalfa. Great interest is being taken I
throughout the west by the farming j 1
sections In the development of co-op- I (
erative agencies by v. hi' h the farmer I
can sell directly to the consumer. I j
There is an abundance of rich land '
In the west which may be irrigated I
and we could properly expend in the j
next few years $100,11110.000 in the I !
developing of smail irrigated farms.
The )eope are land-hungry Less I
than 2 per cent oi our public land M
on irrigation proj.-c's is unoccupied. H
"There is no denying the fact that B j
the people in the .vest feel tbat we
In Washington Lave not a clean I i
enough jrception of their coLdltlon S
and a eds 1 expect to meet tin? I ;
need not only by keeping in touch I !
with tho people cf the west by con- H ' "
ferences, bat by spending several H
months out of each year in that sec- II
tion of our country." B
ami ju aa pi
"Hazel Dawn, better known to her home town, Ogden
friends as Hazel Tout, is becoming internationally popular.
She is playing 'The Little Cafe' this season in New York.
"J. G. McDonald's propose to make this a national
package of chocolates ; on display and sale at all leading drug-
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