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SO THE PEOPLE MAY Wf
Where Does the City Stand in the South
Fork Dam Puzzle?
Mayor Fell proclaims he saved the city a
water filing of 27,000 acre feet. The agree
ment between the city and William Glasmann
made March 31, 1913, gives the city only
5,000 acre feet in the South Fork dam.
WHERE has the 22,000 acre feet of the city
gone? Has the city given it to Glasmann?
1 Will City Come Out at Little End of Horn?
1 Under the agreement with the city Glas
mann pays for only half of the work of build
j ing the foundation and the dam up to 90 feet.
Glasmann and his company stand half of the
expense and get TWENTY-TWO TWENTY
SEVENTHS of the water. Is that good busi
ness on the part of the administrators of the
I Where Are the Arbitrators?
, The agreement between the city and the com-
J pany provided for a committee of three arbitra
tors to apportion the amount of work allowed
to the city and the company for previous
operations. WHY have they not been called
j upon to act?
Are these some of the reasons why William
Glasmann is understood to be opposed to the
election of Dr. Rowe and an energetic, efficient
administration of the city's affairs.
It I Dr. Rowe's Platform
I -j A continuance of the nine o'clock closing of
j A REDUCTION of taxes. Under the com-
j mission form of government the taxes of the
city have been reduced by the efficient expen-
diture of public moneys in every city EXCEPT
Municipal ownership of light and power
j A public market for the whole people.
I Rigid inspection of meat in the local slaugh
ter houses. Protect the people from contract
ing contagious diseases. There is but one
packing house in the city where the public's
food is properly inspected and that is done by
the U. S. government.
I believe that every franchise touching the
j! whole people of the city should be submitted to
the votes of the taxpayers to decide whether
j or not it should be granted.
! Better streets in all of the wards of the city.
j No favorites a square deal for each locality.
Keep the main thoroughfares in useful and
3 presentable condition not eyesores.
j Broader sanitary laws to safeguard the
j health of the people.
An adequate water supply, properly safe
guarded against disease germs and contara-
; . jj I yu believe in these principles register
: today and demonstrate it November 4.
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I I NEW GOWNS AND TAILORED CLOTH
DRESSES FOR FALL AND WINTER
I ifcIi" .Gown ,n fW Charmeue, Crepe De Chine, and Crepe
ji I Meteor, have very dainty touch from the other side
Cod quality Mewallne Drets, In Wine, Navy and Black . $9.95
I Tailored Cloth Dresses, $3.76 to lian
' Jurt r'ved a shipment of Italian Silk Bloomers,' $2.75 and S3 00
THE M.M. WYKES CO.
II STANDARD TELEPHONES
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I Department, Call Only Phone No.
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Department, Call Phone No. 66
Advertisers must hare their copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
t"Sfq evening before the day on which the
flSKVd advertisement is to appear In order to
Hp. A Insure publication.
Ur-B Class in Literature A class in
Kafyj contemporaneous literature la to be
Hffl organized under the auspices of tbe
jra&frj Ogden high school for the benefit
grregB of a11 "who care to take the subject
SKffis 11 18 Probable that a high school
English teacher will have charge. The
rapioi class Is being organized at the re-
KSm, quest of a number of club women
raffi !Qd others. Every one la Invited to
wEH Join. The time of the meetings will
HgfilS be announced later.
HsMfl At Once Good, clean, white rags
WUM at ther-Standard Office. Highest prices
I Home from East G. L. Becker,
mBm 52 wa lecte trustee of the
WOBl national Brewers association during
the recent convention in Atlantic
City, returned home yesterday declat
Ing that during his trip he never en
countered one eastern city that was
as prosperous aB Ogden is at the pres
ent time. Mr. Becker witnessed the
funeral of Adolphus Buach in St
Old papera for sale at the Standard
-Uflce, 25c per hundred.
Military Prisoners With eight
guards In charge, a special car with
sixteen military prisoners from the
Presidio near San Francisco arrived
in Ogden yesterday. Corporal Green
of Fort Douglass brought four pris
oners from Bait Lake to Ogden and
tne four were taken east to the mili
tary prison at Leavenworth, Kan
with the prieonerB from the coast "
.J2?1 for thc news- editorial and
society departments of The Standard
Converts A party of Mormon con
verts consisting of 78 men. women
and children will arrive in Ogden to
morrow morning in two special
coaches attached to the Union Pa
cific train. The two cars will be in
the charge of nine elders who will
remain with the party through to
Salt Lake which Is the destination
of most of the converts
Flrst-Clasa Auto Service r.ii
Elite Cafe. Phone 72erv,cc P
1 A?nT. ?eld sPecil Advices by the
local Union Pacific office are to the
effect that the Anna Held company
2 traveling special in a train of
Ight cars. There are 76 peojie on
II The Deaf Can Hear!
I Tested Without Expense I
I in Your Own City.
The Audiphone and Elec
I tricrophonc with thc latest in
I stantaneous adjustment. It is
I almost humanely sensitive to
' I sound and revives at once keen,
I distinct aided hearing to those
who are almost totally dea.
W. H. Izett, the San Francisco
manager, will be at the Hotel
Marion, two days on y, Wednea
day and Thursday, October 29th
and 30th. You have an oppor
tunity of a lifetime to test
without expense these wonder
f u I Instruments, which have I .
made thousands of deaf people I i
happy. You will not be asked I
to buy. Call and bring your 1
friends. Stoiz Electrophone I
Co, 619 Phelan Bldg., San I
board The special will leave Chey
i enne at 11:30 p. m . Wednesday night
! and will arrive in Salt Lake at 1:30
p. m , Thursday TIip special will
leave Salt Lake for Ogden at 0 o'clock
At Once Good, clean, white rags
at the Standard Office. Highest prices
No Cau6e of Action Yesterday af
ternoon, in the district court, the
ijury In the suit of lirnrno A Smith
against Rebecca Cannady, rendered a
verdict of no cause of action. The
suit was Instituted to recover some
thing over $2000 alleged to he due
j as rental for a certain rooming house
(; W Tripp, the Photographer is
your tow n 820tf -5th St
Bankruptcy An answer claiming
proceedings in Involuntary bankrupt
i cy has been filed by the defendant
1 In the case of Cluett. Peabody and
I Company against I) L Turk The
defeudant claims that he was cited
to appear before the referee in bank
ruptcy at the Instance of the plaln
j tiffs subsequent to the filing nf the
; complaint in the district court.
Old Mats for sale at standard office.
25 rents per hundred.
Pingrce Bank Case Judge F. C.
i Loofbourow of th Third dhtriit will
hear the demurrer Thursday in thc
case of J S. Lewis against tbe Pin
, gree National bank and thp case will
be called for hearing on Its merits
I in December. Both Judges of the sec-
ond district are disqualified.
HAVE YOU ANY BAND INSTRU
! M E NTS ? We will pay you good rent
j and guarantee safe return. Phone Sns.
i Pay Day Clerks in th? office of the
city board of education are busy on
the pay roll for next Friday is the sec
ond pay day for th pedagogues.
Dr. H. B. Forbes has resumed prac
tice at 2478 Washington Avenue, op
posite Broom Hotel
Junior Dance- The Juniors o! til
I Ogden high school will give theii in
I nual d?.noe In the high school audita
rium next Friday evening The pal
ty will be of Hallowe'en nature and
I decorations will bj, along the order
of witches ghosts aud Jack-o'lanterns. I
inviration have been mailed to mem
; bars of tho Alumni association an.j
friends of the high 6chool
B & G's the Butter that satisfies
the inner man.
Schade Case In Judgo Harris" dl
vision of the district court today, hear
ing of the case of C. F Srhadc oi
al against the Ogden Overall and
Shirt company et al.. t?.s resumed It
Is expected that the hearing will bo
Meat Market For Sale Meat Mar
ket, fully equipped in good residence
district. Reasonable terms to right
party. For particulars apply to the
j Ogden Packing and Provision Co.--
Health Officer; to Meet Count v
Physician A. A. Robinson has issued
a call to the health officers of the
I country districts to meet at the couit
bouse Saturday morning. The topics
to be discussed will deal with the
handling of tbos" who fall to report j
contagious dlseanes to the health of
fleers. The county physician will
urge the health officers to greater dil
I lgence in spotting diseases in the dis
tricts. Farley Estate In the matter of thfl
estate of Jullu6 A Farley, deceased,
the administratrix has filed a petition
asking the determination of heirs and
for distribution of the estate.
POPE COMPANY BANKRUPT
Hartford, Conn., Oct. L'8. An
I nouncement was made here today
that the Pope Manufacturing com
pany had been placed in the hands
of a receiver. The company made
"A Daughter of the Underworld "
featuring Carlysye Blackwell and
's:''' jsjloB& Jay
A most absorbing two-reel produc- !
Hon. and the Isis orchestra They
hit the ball tonight and Wednesday;
It H. OEIli UNDER
801 1 CHARGE
C H. Denning, charged with burg
lar In the third degree, was arraign
orl hrtore Judge W. H. Roeder t bin
morning Denning asked for a pre
liminary hearing which will be held
on a date to be named by the county
a i torn. ln the meantime his bond
was fixed at $5(in. in default of
whir-h he must remain In the city Jail.
The complaint sworn to by Detec
tlve R H Chambers, charges that
Denning ontered the residence of
lames Draney, 2345 Grant avenue, on
PETIT LARCENY WAS.;
THAN A JOKE
When the case of the city against
J Kuhn. charged with petit larcenv. 1
was resumed in Judge W H. Reeder'a
court this morning Kuhn's attorney i
argued for a discharge on thc ground's J
that the city had not proved the alle i
nations of the complaint. Kuhn is
Charged with taklnp a Iaprobe from a i
buggy owned by a farmer named Bar- !
rett, and Kuhn's attorney said that i
the testimony introduced showed '
that J T Cole took tbe robe while
Kuhn just happened to be with Cole '
Alter the city attorney bad Cornell
back In rebuttal with the declaration t
that Kuhn was guilty because of his !i
association with Cole, Judge Reedrl'
took the case under advisement, stat ji
Ing that be will render his decision i!1
Cole and Kuhn were arrested by W
Patrolman James Hearn a month agoj
and ench put up $26 for appearance Ji
The ball money was forfeitod the fol-
lowing morning, but later Kuhn de- J
manded that the order of forfeiture i!
be set aside on the ground that h !i
had not been told to appear the morn L1
ing the case was tried. Cole made I1!
no demand for his money until yes !1
terday morning when the motion to '!
hae th forf.-'iture set aside was not Ji
granted by the judge. Instead. CoIp tj
was arrested on the old complaint on J
1 b arrant issued by the judge. (!
Cole testified yesterday that he!i
took the rob, but only for a joke on l!1
the owner. He has engaged an attor
ney and is the fight the petit larceny !'
Charge against him. (
Having sold my establishment, The :J
Mayflower Restaurant, 1 wish to an-
nounce that I will not be responsl- ji
ble for any debts contracted for af- If
ter October 27. F. D. OEPPERT. I
BILLBOARDS ARE TO
CONFORM TO CITY
Following complaints made to San
itary Inspector George Shorten, that
unsanitary conditions prevail behind
the billboards in many parts of the
city, the inspector called the atten
tion of the bill posting company io
: the conditions and received assurance
i from the bill posting company that
cleanups would he made at once. Al
so the hill posting compan agreed
to keep the space In the rear of the
boards clean and raise each sign two
feet from the ground as provided by
the clly ordinances
Representatnes of the company,
, the sanitary inspector and T H. Da
vis, building Inspector made a tour
I of the city Friday. The conditions
' complained of were Investigated and,
j according to the sanlcary inspector,
such conditions need correction It.
was pointed out to the company rep- ;
resentatlves by Inspector Davis that ,
ths billboards must be raised two I
feet from the ground in accordance
with the provisions of the city ordi
nances Following the inspection
trip. the company representatives
agreed to the conditions of the city
BASEBALL TONIGHT 1
The World's Championship series
ana wauted by the Police," at the
William Jefferson, son of the il
lusrlous Joseph Jefferson, is com
ing to Ogden and will be seen at the
Orpheum theater In the Mittenthall
Brothers' great expose of tbe "White
Slae Traffic" ip pictures today, to
morrow and Thursday.
Countless hundreds of thousands
of people are reached every day in
the United States through the mov
ing picture theaters who cannot be
reached otherwise, and the good that
is accomplished through this avenue
cannot be computed. However, the
Idea must not prevail that "Wanted
by the Police" i8 merely a sermon
on the American Nation's greatest
peril White Slavery" 18
not the case as this feature tells
of course, in marvelous pictures a
story taken from the every day page
Mr. Jefferson is now playing In
New York Cltv in "The Rivals" at
the Liberty theater at $2.00 prices,
yet he may be seen here at ten cents.
The Swanson Film Co., of Salt
Lake City have arranged with Man
.'ikt Ooss of the Orpheum to show
the mz World's series, New York
vs. Athletics, tonight, tomorrow, and
Thursday, and will be shown in ad-
Fifty Suits Worth (f- m f
jg to $50.00, on Sale at 14) X 3U
f TV. A sale of ladies' suits begins tomorrow which ij
A V promises to be over in a short time doubtless ;
a IKJ every suit will be sold in short order. We have ij
mS fifty charming fall suits which range in price from
$27.95 to $50. They are the kind of suits which will ij
&wth A demand attention in any company. Most of them ji
y Hf: I have the newest cutaway coat draped or plain j.
1 Ij skirts and the workmanship and material is of a j:
y EL very high class.
A V" JI Such popular materials as Brocaded Suiting, jl
I yy m Bedford Cord, Poplin, Eponge, Corduroy and jj
U I Broad Cloth are shown in the lot. The trimmings jj
are up to the last moment; some being of fur.
J jl There are just fifty suits in the lot sizes from j
y J 16 to 42. At the sale price, alterations if needed, ji
fetf will cost a little extra $17.50 j
The Yearly Sale of Linens
Attracts Crowds of Buyers
Did you see the crowd at the Lnien Department yesterday af- !j
ternoon? This sale is the signal for hundreds of prudent women to ji
supply all their table linen wants. Bright, new stocks of snowy !
linens are on sale at small prices. jj
17 nO Table Linen SH 4l 25c Tabl IJfC T5c Napkins, per jMp jl
Set Damask dozen j
IS on Table Linen $0.1)5 50c Table H "- Nankins, per 7C I'
Set mm Or Damask dozen 1 i
mvhu- $7.85 48c aM $129
C7 AT , per dozen T I
110 00 Table Unen i Mn Cfl Tl f-A I
?PIFU 5!JC IUI vspkins. SI 59
CO QC Dama9k per dozen W
$11.10 Table Linen tbO.JJ T1 i
sel Zli "iJSSi 71c s-.r. $1.98
112.00 Table Linen V) ) Q per dozen Y j
ZZ. $1298 " 98c " ' :
Z"Z $1495 nvr
Linen Set s-parw -
$19.50 ,t" $145 sr. $3.39 ;i j
---.....'...$21.95 Wg $3.59 j: j
'omit' lJ3D KZ"SS $4.15
C90 HC This last ,tem 18 Pure llnen' 01 !
! I3&.00 Table ,0.) MM ful1 blearhed, and in 72 inches U 00 Napkins S S '
; Linen Set wide per dozen .' ptf4rtl jj
Jaunty One Piece F Qf
Dresses of $9 Kind M."-7 Jffl
Come early and get one of these jaunty, wool 4 Vr
jj serge dresses at a saving of $3.05. A dress that S8
you will wear to town or in the afternoon at flFaHfeiLi
i home. A general utility dress, in fact one M IS-
jj that you will get a lot of good from. Clever one- & m
piece styles late models dainty trimmings of Br lElHftc!
jj satin or velvet. Offered in Navy, Taupe, rdtPS-a
jj Brown, Wine and in all sizes from 14 to 44. imf5B jj
:j Dresses which you could not construct for less 'ISSa
jj than $9... Selling began today on the Second 'm
Other Events Now On Bp
BLANKETS SILKS WB
J All kinds of cotton, wool and There it still good picking m fCftfflflL
part woal blanket bright, new t(l S9f Ik department from this lot ftHR&k.
stocks at savings of from one- of '" which ars offered at the if
I fourth to one-third. " Prlce- Every piece Is of the M
, fall importation. m
BOYS' SUITS DRESS GOODS :
Pn the Men's Basement Store Handsome fall fabrics In all of IT I
where the boys' goods are also the newest colorings in the best llOVPIilhPl
i kept, we are featuring some re weaves for the season are on the lWWHUvl
j markab:e values In boys' suits. tables in the Dress Goods Section n, i
I $2.45 to $5.95. Lowered prices. UlVlCS
ditlon to the big Bpecial White Slave
film feature "Wanted by the Police "
No extra charge will be made for
this double program, but regular pic
ture prices will prevail
ARE ON 1 JOH TO
IBM TO SEE
John F. Smith and E. J. Smith,
made a trip to Morgan today In an
automobile to inspect certain mining
property with a view to becoming
interested E. J. Smith is a coal deal - j
of Springfield, Neb., and Is here
tor a short visit, with his brother
and family. He l8 well pleased with
Ogden and may make some Invest
Mr. Smith cam from his home in
an automobile, taking the route over
Soldier Summit, the Midland trail,
and he encountered some pretty
j rough roads.
BS NOTES OF
THE HIGH SCHOOL
The Juniors are going to give a big
Halloween ball October 31. which will
be one of the charming events of the i
hall, which ib already aecorated with I
drawings Parent are invited to
take part in the dance
Soon the milder forms of athletics
ThJ f?JH ,b0 th mo8t Poplar
Ifth Mil? t1 m C8 aih,etIc "elation
with Miss Lillian Beck as its presi
dent. Is looking forward to a decided
victory in basket ball and other games
Success has attended the efforts In
letting the public know or the sched
uled foot ball games with the Jordan
team Saturday, as there promises to
be a good attendance and many axe
positive that Ogden will win The
team men say they can plav a much
better gamo on the Ogden field. With
this assurance, the entire school,
teachers and all, and many of the pao
pie of the city feel that the team cm
' ... . i hi
Seat Sale Opens j;
For thc Big
ANNA HELD ij
All Star Engagement at the
Friday Matinee and Night.
Matinee, $1.50, $1, 75c 50c
Night, $2, $1.50, $1, 50c