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I TO THE VOTERS OF OGDEN CITY
On Tuesday the 21st day of October
j t the primary election you will ee
J ject two men as candidates for the
I I responsible position of four year term
If j commissioner of Ogden City, one of
these men will be elected to that of-
fice at the general election on the
4th day of November.
Your vote at the primary election,
'therefor, 16 very important, because
I- jof all the pre&ent aspirants for noml
(nation for commissioner only the two
receiving the largest number of votes
; at the primary election can be voted
(or at the final election, on November
the 4th.
Numerous issues press upon you as
'citizens.
Many of you are vitally interested
IJn the (jueBtion of the 9 o'clock clos
ing of aaloonB; friends of this issue
will err eerlouflly if they fail to make
a public announcement a condition to
I their fupport of any candidate.
I am the only candidate for commis
.lionex who haB been fair and frank
with the voters upon this issue. I
stand unequivocally for 9 o'clock clos
lng. If you who are with me in
I this will vote for me at the primary
election you will have a candldati
pledged to your cause at the final
election. In harmony with my posi
tion on the question of early closing
I stand for all that means the mora)
and civic betterment of Ogden
1 stand for the completion of the
elty reservoir, for the amplification
and purification of the city's water
-upply consistent with economy am.
progress. I stand for the Improve
mpnt of the city's streets and high
ways 1 stand (or the adoption of tQJ
best and most businesslike adminis
tration of all the city's affairs
I have taken this privilege to cor
fer with you through the press, to
bind my interests with yours, in all
that is highest and best for our city.
Very respectfully yours,
A. E. WEATHERBY,
(Advertisement j
CHARITY BILL Hi
IRK OF MARTHA
SOCIETY
The Majtha society was organizes
seven years ago by Mrs Frank J
Cannon It was known as the Og
den Charitable society in the begin
ning. Shortly after the society was
organized Mrs Cannon died and the
members changed the name to "Mar
tha society," in honor of the organ
izer.
The object of the Martha society 16
to help the poor and needy, and this
year the ladies decided to do some
thing bigger and better, so they start
ed a free kindergarten and day nurs
ery to furnish the working women a
safe retreat for their little ones. The
home Is supported by the generosity
of Ogden people. Each member of the
society pay 8 a yearly fee of $3. at. least
one ticket a year to the charity ball,
and each furnishes some part of the
refreshments for the entertainment
given by the organization
An average number of eight chil
dren were cared for during the month
of September, the little ones averag
ing In ages from one month to six
years. The nursery Is open from 7
o'clock In the morning to 6 in the
afternoon. The children are washed
and their clothes changed when they
come in the morning and the best at
tention given them during the day
A warm meal 1b gUen at noon and it
Is a treat to see them partake of it
The morninc htmrs are spent doinf;
kindergarten work. The association
charges ten cents a day for each child.
If the mother can afford to pay that
amount, otherwise there is no charge
So far, no sickness of a serious nature
has occurred among the children The
Institution Is open to the public and
a cordial Invitation is extended to all
who are interested.
The ladies are selling tickets to
the coming chanty ball and are meet
ing with success.
CANDIDATES ASKED
TD TELL WHERE !
THEY STAND ,
Editor Standard In June, 111, the
people of this city were called upon
to decide between prohibition, and
high license and strict regulation, of
the liquor traffic A large nutubet
of people, who were opposed to pro
hibition, urged the passage of an or
dinance providing for an earlier clos
ing hour and more strict regulation
In response to this demand, an ordi
nance was passed requiring all sa
loons to be closed at 9 o'clock p. m
This ordinance was passed by the city
council, the members of which were
overwhelmingly opposed to prohlbl
tion, and had undoubtedly much to do
with the defeat of prohibition. Those
of us who voted for prohibition ac
cepled In good faith, the result o(
that election, but insist that good
faith on the part of our opponents re
quire that they abide by the or
nance which did so much to defeat
prohibition, and that a few persons In
terested in the liquor business should
not be permitted to revive the contro
ersy in an attempt to now extend the
time of closing. I submit that every
opponent of saloons and every person
who really believes in strict regula
tion, tuufuiu luir a&aiuBi any kttiiui-
date who favors reopening the locel
liquor fight, and thus arouse strife and
controversy and subordinate the gen
eral welfare and material interests of
the city, to the Interest of a few men
who want to increase their profits by
selling more liquors.
Two years ago, there was, no doubt,
honest apprehension on the part ol
quite a number of people in this city,
that the closing of the saloons at 9
o'clock hore, while in Salt Lake they
were permitted to continue business
till midnight, would Injuriously affect
the business in this city But more
than two yearB experience had dem
onstrated that their fears were
groundless for it is an undeniable
fact that business conditions In Og
den are Immeasurably better than In
Salt Lake. During the past two yearn
while we have had 9 o'clock dosing
more money has been spent In new
buildings than in the four years next
preceding, and during my sixteen
years of residence In Ogden I hav-i
never known of so few desirable reai
dences for rent
I think the candidates for mayor
and commissioner should make known
their position on this question. For
a man to say that he is for a "great
or" or a "bigger" Ogden, means noth
lng. The people are entitled to know
whether a candidate is In favor of re
opening this local liquor fight, ot
whether he Is In favor of abiding by
the decision of 1911 Mr. Weatherby
has openly declared himself in favor
of maintaining the present status, and
I have been told that Mayor Fell is
also In favor of that course, but he
has made no public statement on the
subject Captain Hulaniskl states
that ho favors an extension of time
for closing, and Mr. Wagner favors
keeping saloons open all nigh How
do the other candidates stand ? They
ought to be willing (or the voters to
know
Respectfully,
( Signed i A W, AGEE
October 18. 1913.
j Enthusiastic jj
jffl A NEW EXPERIENCE FOR Sfefl' J 1.1 V i If rttol
fm EVERY WOMAN J cf x M
NThe Absolute COMFORT and FREEDOM She Enjoys When WO-Tien See the WJ fj
in Every Pose-Weanng Ml fj
I U ATHENA that is stitched, woven m B v m
11 UNDERWEAR and pressed into ffiB j 11
M FOR WOMEN, MISSES, CHILDREN QUf Taid SuitS, fif U
II in which every objectionable feature of the usual 'knit combined with the modified j
II garment has been entirely eliminated. Here are the fea- modem lines. The desire J I ' J
Mtures which will appeal to every woman who would know to have one every season is 1 J ki
comfort, correctness and daintiness in her knit underwear, irresistable, especially when aW '
nrr, t,t t,twt t, . , A price is so reasonable ori.m?T.H.
THE PATENT-FITTED SEAT-The mostnotable improvement th08e wc IelL Tu ittle M
U ever made m underwear designing, being so shaped that it A - S a o j mi
: l clings snugly to the figure in any posture. wonder we are selling Some Suits. Besides the (
1 1 THE THREE-CORNERED GUSSET Relieves the strain at the extra god reular vaIu we are giving with every II
f thigh, giving greater comfort and longer wear. new uit a good f
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THE FITTED SHOULDER AND SLEEVE Give the natural ' y" 11 Wuld bc a g0od idca' MoT6 to
gj form to the bust and the proper tapering to the back. come and get your ,ult at the torc whcre the C
W A THE EXTRA-ELASTIC CUFF-Holds the sleeve in place and WOMEN TRADE. k J
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SHAPING AND SIZING -Giving Athena garments the actual . wm T wwwTWVNrn 111
f body lines and proportions, and affording sizes that will lit 19 A I'l m I" V 1 I 1 it? IP f a
every figure with tailored precision. i fl Ir iW i I IC l 1 M
You can buy Athena at the price you have been paying II
M for ordinary underwear. Thirty-eight fabrics in high-neck
j ki and low-neck union suits and vests; ankle-length, knee- O4 ri ifl
length and umbrella drawers. Twenty-eight distinctive , ST. ,i
I Let Miss Charlesworth show you the goods. "" zJ N
A Superb Collection of the
" I Season's Newest
Suits Coats ,4 j
T? Really the most beautiful and attractive P
garments we have ever had and every one is a !jfv
f supreme value at the price we have it marked. MB i
While many models exhibit marked Parisian I
effects, yet each model is so Americanized that ml I '
Jl they will appeal to you directly. j !
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A most beautiful display of Silk You will like to see the new
and Lingerie Waists Dresses
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CHURCHES
First Bapti$t On Grant Rev H
D Zimmerman, paslor. Bible school
wiU meet at 10 o'clock 11.15, dl
lnf worship with sermon subject
"Lite's Greatest Problem." 6 30, B
Y. P. U ... topic, "Favorite Verses. V
in the Epistles " Mr . K. Moore
will lead. Responses from honorary
members will be read 7:30. Evening
service with Illustrated lecture on
"The Gospel Anions the Karens."
7 30 Thursday, mid-week sen-ice.
topiQ, ' Christ's Service for His Peo
ple " Wednesday afternoon Ihe la-
FOR COMMISSIONER
CHRIS FLYGARE
Chris Flygare is one of Og
den's prominent and progres
sive business men. He has
active interests here and has
every reason to consider the
best interests of Ogden in all
matters of public importance.
As a business man and as a
citizen he has a record that
will work to his advantage in
his race for four-year term
commissioner. Mr. Flygare
goes before the voters of Og
den with the following an
nouncement :
"If elected I will use every
effort to make Ogden City
what it should be as far as its
finances will permit. Every
ward in the city will be given
the same attention. I have no
favorites and will give the city
my whole time and attention.
Yours for better streets, in
creased water supply and
strict regulations." Advertisement.
die Kensington will be .entertained
at the home of Mtb. J. B Trimble,
Wilson Lane Ladies will meet at
the church propmtply at '' 16 and go
together.
First Presbyterian John Edward
Carver, pastor Morning worship at
11, theme, "The Basic Fact of Spir
itual Life" Evening preaching at
7 30 theme questions the modern
mind aaks Christ, 'What Is the Moit
E&ienUal Work In the Service of
Cod0" Sunday school at 12 16.
Young Peoples meeting at 6:30.
Men's meeting at 10
Church of Christ, Scientist Ma
sonic Temple Sunday school at 9 45
a m ; sermon at 11 a. m., subject
"Doctrine of Atonement,"
Church of the Good Shepherd
(ErlcopD Grant avenue and 24tb
street. Sunday school, 9 45 a. m;
Holy communion, iu.jo a ro , oiorn
infj prayer and termoo, 11 a. '
Sunday Night club, 8pm Address
by Dr." E. G Gowans, subject, "Com
blLing Forces for Social Benefit."
Flrat M E. Church 454 24th St..
G. F. Raisweller, pastor. 10 a. nt.
Sunuay school. 11 a m Preaching
fc-ervlce. Miss Laird soloist. 6 30.
K.pworlh league. 7:30 p m.. Preacb
Idb service Special music. Wed
nesday, 6 30, Union Churchman's
banquet
Central Park Presbyterian Corner
Washington avenue and Thirty-first
street, Rev. A F Wittcnberger. min
ister Bible school. 10 a. m.; preach
ing at 11 a m . theme, "Destiny of
Wicked.' Evening services at 8 p
n., subject ot discourse. Bible and
rehacology " All welcome.
First Congregational Adams ave
nuo near Twenty-fifth street Frank
G Bmiuerd, minister. 11 o'clock,
morning sermon, 7.U0 o clock, even
ing sermon; 12:16, Sunday school;
fi.30 p. m., Christian endeavor Frl-
I da pvoning. social evening in church
; parlors.
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Autumn Is Here,
Winter Is on the Way
I Get your Suit, Coat or Dress
now and get the full bene-
fit of the season.
The one you want is
! here
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BREWERY WORKERS' ,
III BULL
The local Brewery Workers union
has made arrangements to give the
annual ball next Thursday night at th"
New Colonial and, In Mew of th fact
that thPlr previous parties have drawn
some of the largest crowds ot the
season, Hie arrangement committee
has laid plans to entertain in ton
best manner possible, an even larger
crowd at the coming annual
As usual, souvenir programs and
refreshments will be features and all
their friends are invited The ex
uthe committee is composed of E. H.
Wright, Myron Watson and Eli Lund.
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OCTOBER 25, 1913. ;
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WEBER ACADEMY
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MI8S GRACE LEWIS.
Miss Grace Lewis and
Company.
Firat number on the Academy
Lecture Courie.

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