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IE I NEW GOWNS AND TAILORED CLOTH
I DRESSES FOR FALL AND WINTER
The Gowns In Fancy Charmeuie, Crepe De Chine, and Crepe
Meteor, have very dainty touch from the other aide.
Good quality Messallne Dress, In Wine. Navy and Black $9.95
Tailored Cloth Dresses, $3.76 to . $1650
Just received a shipment of Italian Silk Bloomers, $2 75 and $3 00
I THE RL E WYKES CO.
I 2335 Washington Ave.
For Editorial, News and Sooloty
Department, Call Only Phons No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 68.
tI RAIN DOM
nother gold medal has been bo
stowed upon the BEST Butter on
earth B & G.
Lost His Teeth W. G Shupe of
Montpeller. Ida., was troubled with
his teeth after dining at the Peo
ples restaurant Inst evening so to
rest his mouth, he removed the of
fending plates They were false
teeth. He wrapped them In a hand
kerchiep but later when he felt to
see if they were safe they were gone
Now he is advertising for them and
helieves they will be returned as they
I nro of no use to others.
Ul Wool L. D. S Garments. J3.00
values, $2.48. Clarks.
Maccahee Hallowe'en party Danc
jj ir.g and cards. Prizes Friday even-
Allege Law Violatjon Fred V
i hambers, state fish and Kamo com
I tnlMioner, yesterday ordered th?
prosecution of the North Ogden Irri
gation company for alleged failure to
j comply with the law requiring canal
I owners to give five days' notice be
I lore letting out the water of a onnal
Advertisers muef have their copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
-venlnc before the day on which the
advertisement is to appear in order to
Five-room new brick cottage mod
ern throughout ; hath; electric fix
tures, cement cellar; kitchen cabinet ;
yard fenced Close to car line No.
2668 Van Bnren, key next door,
$200.00 down balance. $25 per month
K'dward Blchsel. Phone 1982-W.
Maccahee Hallowe'en party Dane,
ing and cards. Frizes. Friday even
ing. At Once Good, clean, white rags
a! the Standard Office Highest prices
Pipe Line Constructed R. C. Mai
tin has returned home from Wend
over, Nev.. where be spent the sum
mer in the construction of a pipe Line
for the Western Pacific company, con
necting the station with certain
springs 22 miles away He states
that the connection has been made,
and a good supply of water has been
furnished the company
Kuhn Rel&ased Joe Kuhn, found
guilty yesterday of petit larceny and
sentenced by Judge W. H. Reeder to
50 days in the city Jail, has filed I
hit appeal bond of $100 and has been
released, pending the action of the
CaJl 421 for the news, editorial and ,
society departments of The Standard 1
Sues on a Note The Consolidated
Wagon & Machine company has com
menced suit in the district court
" against William Merrill. L Edgar Mer
rill and Joseph Barker, to recover
$500. alleged to be due on a certain
promissory note dated Juno 14, 1910
The complaint state that the note
was issued by William and L Edgar
Merrill and endorsed by Mr. Barker.
Freeh salmon, 15c per lb ; fresh
halibut. 15c per lb. Independent
Shrlnera Ogden Shriners will go to
Salt Lake tomorrow evening In a body
leaving over the Bamberger at 6
o'clock and returning after the cere
All Wool L. D. S Garments $3 00
values, $2.48. Clarks
Challenge George McLeod, light
weight wrestler, challenges any light
weight or welterweight in Ogden. Har
bertson preferred. He 1h willing to
have the contest pulled off In Og
den. Frt-Ctaa Auto 8ervlee Call up
Elite Cafe, Phone 72.
Marriage License Laet evening a
marriage license was issued to Lelanj
Stevens of Salt Lake and Mrs. Myrtli
T. Crawford of Manti.
Old Mats for sale at Standard office.
25 cent per hundred.
North Ogden Cutoff County Com
mlssloner Moroni Skeen gave orders
today for a force of men and teams
to begin work Monday morning on the
North Ogden cutoff. Mr Skeen say
that all that will be done on that piece
of road at this time will be to prop
erly grade it and built culverts where
needed Next spring, after the road
has had time to thoroughly settle, It
will be macadamized and made as
good as any road in the state. Tap
cutoff avoids the North Ogden hill
v ana saves distance.
;cC'.' , At nce Good, clean, white raga
I at the Standard Office. Highest prices
V, - I paid.
Hfl Board Meet The board of trustees
ijfc-- i ot the stat Jnduatrlal school are in
f;'-j session this afternoon Nothing but
LH -I routine business is being attended to
Atr! Tomorrow afternoon at 1.30 the
jaf.'j board of trustees of the State 8chool
for tbje D(?-af and Blind will meet The
nqw member of th board Thomas
BS- ! E McKay, will attond for the first
m&Jl 0 W' Tripp, the Photographer la
jjWjjj your town. S20V4 25th St
uKiyf Or. M. B. Fortes has resumed prac
j2v tice at 2478 Washington Avenue, op-
afcH&l poslte Broom Hotel.
1k3 Meat Market For Sale Meat Mar-
LwEl ket' tuUy PDed in good residence
Syron district Reasonable terms to right
Kff9 party. For partloularB apply to the
fflSSjl Ogden Packing and Provision Co.--old
Papers for sale at the Standard
E&ShI Offloe, 25c per hundred.
SbmI' - 00
Bh , rold Dolaney, aged 13 years
USSR laittied to the wheel of a two-masted
HBR! schooner steered her safely throng a
flBRal recent storm off Uie New England
JiJ HELD TRAIN
DOES IT STOP
II THE MS
Despite a delay caused by locomo
tlvo trouble, the Union Pacific deliv
ered the Anna Held special train .n
Salt Lake at 1:30 o'clock this after
noon, which was the time on the
schedule. Tho train did not enter
Lhe passenger yards of Ogdon, Every
thing had been arranged for the arriv
al over the Union Pacific tracks at
13 45 and as soon as the train entered
the city It was switched to the Short
Line tracks and the joumcv was con
tinued to Salt Lake without a change
The special left Cheyenne, Wyo . at
11 30 o'clock last evening, thr. trip
consuming smeen hours Sarah Bern
hardt was landed in Denver sixteen
hours after leaving Salt Lake, when
J her special made the same trip last
Last time tonight world's
series baseball pictures, Or
pheum; 10 cents.
Ad ortlsomont )
KITTSCIITT 01 1
Julius Kruttschnltt. chairman or
the Southern Pacific Railroad compa
By, will arrive in Ogden Saturday,
according to advices received in Og
den today The railroad official Is
traveling in a special train from San
Kranclsio and his destination is Oma
ha, but the names of those in the
party has not been received.
Judge R S Lovett, chairman of the
Union Pacific, is expected to return
from the coast about November fi.
and he will probably stop in Salt Lake
to meet a committee made up of Og
den and Salt Lake business men T 1 1
rommlttee will urge the completion of
the Burley Saline cut off
UTAH BOY WINS
IN 001 CONTEST
J B. Walker of Sandy, Utah, a stu
dent of the Utah Agricultural college
won first place in the grain Judging
contest at the International Drv Farm
Ing congress at Tulsa, Okla , October
28. This does not mean, however,
that the Utah team, consisting of Mr
Walker and two other students, won
the trophy cup offered by the Spokes
man Review of Spokane, but. that the
Utah man scored highest In the test
SB an individual. The highest team
honors went to the team from th3
Agricultural college of Kansas. As
a team, the U A C. won second prize
which in Itself is a mark of high dis
tlnctlon for our home agricultural In
stitution', when we remember that
this grain Judging contest was open to
all similar colleges in this country I
.land all other countries of the world
Resides, the Kansas team scored over
i the LTtah team only f!v- points in 500
It Is also an occasion for congratu
latlon for the faculty of the Utah Ag
rlcultural college that the winning
team received training for the test
from a Utah Agricultural college grad
uato, Prof William f .Tardlnc Mr
Jardlne took his degree In agrlcul
ture in the U A. ('. class of 1904 Ha
afterward taught thr subject In the
Logan school during 100fi-07. From
i hence he went Into the government
service -where lie remained till two
v ears ago when ho accepted thehalr
of agronomy In the Kansas institution
WILL THERE BE M
Most of the candidates wcro ot
thir respective offices Quite early
this morning or had representatives
there, but they all say there is noth
ing of particular moment In the po
Dr Rowe suys he will continue his
campaign as he begun It and can see
no reason why his attitude should not
he the means of retaining the confi
dence of the people.
On the other haucL Mayor Fell says
that he Is making his race for ro
election on his record as mayor and
he can see no reason why ho should
not maintain the good will of the pco
pie. He Is eager to have his roconl
Next Tuesday is election day, leav
ing onlj :i low days now lor the can
didates to complete their work of edu
cation among the people. It is said
that there will not he a single publk
meeting held during the campaign,
and thai but very little soliciting will
be entered Into. There Is some specu
latlon, however as to what may come
trom the pulpit next Sunday
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transf ins
have been placed on record in the
county recorder's office.
Ell A. Tracy and wife to David I
Tracy, a part of lot 16, block 3. plat
B. Huntaville survey, consideration,
William H. Voorhles and wife to
Hf-njamln Marriott, a part of lot 13,
block 10, South Ogden survey, con
to Salt Lake, Friday, via
'Bamberger' special car.
Returning after the carnival.
Tickets at Mclntyre drug store,
$1.00 the round trip.
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WEDDING GIFT ,
IN BAD TASTE
; Washington. Oct. 80- Republican
Leader Mann's plan for subscription
from congressmen to a wedding gift
for Miss Jessie Wilson was de
nounced In tho house today by Rep
resentatlve Gray, Democrat, of In
diana, who said the movement was
"In exceeding bad taste " Gray de
clared that few of the members
knew the bride-elect and he offered
a resolution rWlarine that the nn-m
bers of the house "extend to Miss
Wilson on approaching the great step
in life's highway their heartkst con
gratulations and well wishes as the
symbol of the solicitude of this great
nation for the happiness and welfare
of all our people. '
No action was taken on the reso
lution While Grav was speaking he
waved a check for 5 which he said
he would give to "some little poor
child who at Christmas time peers
through the windows of a toy shop." j
SUNDAY, NOV. 2.
THE PLAY FOR ALL
WOMEN WHO ARE
MARRIED OR EX
PECT TO BE
WILLIAM A. BRADY LTD.
By JAMES MONTGOMERY
A COMEDY OF LOVE AND
FULL OF LAUGHS AND
PRICES: 50c, 75c, $l.oo, $1
. SEATS ON SALE TOMORROW
Monday Night,Henry B. Harris Production of
The Country Boy."
CONVICT MAY HAVE
ESCAPED I THE
This morning Deputy Sheriff J. L.
Hobson took possession of a sorrel
mare which waB tied at 263!) Jeffer-
j son avenue, all day yesterday Th.'
I animal appears to have been used re i
ently and it is the theory' of tho
officers that someone had stolen the
mare and, aftor riding as far as de
sired, had tied her to the curb. She
Is branded with a character reseni j
bling 3 on the left shoulder; is chst
nut sorrel and wolgbs about lion '
When Jack Hlgglns escaped from i
the state convict gang a fp days '
ago, it Is thought he may have stolen !
a horse and made his wav to Ogden I1
where he is acquainted There as
no evidence that the animal found i
today had been mistreated, excopt j
that she had been left without feed
DIAZ IS UNDER
Washington, D C. Oct. 30 Acting''
Secretarv Roosevelt of the navy -o
day instructed Rear Admiral Fletcher
to place General Felix Diaz, the Mex j
lean refugee, and his party, aboard a
New York and Cuba mail steamer af 1
ter the ship leaves the last Mexican !
port on her sailing The ship has not 1
I nder that plan. Diaz and his party
will be transferred from the battle
ship Louisiana to a New York and i
aba liner, after the latter sails from !
Progreaq at a date yet undetermined
Mr Roosevelt's instructions were is- j
u.u oiui ,i luincirine iuudy will) (
President Wilson. The transfer oi l
th fugitives will be at sea to guard !
against their arrest by the Huerta '
General Felix Diaz, now a rr-tu.. i
on board the merican battleship Lou
isiana. learned yesterday that tho !
privilege of asylum on a battleship '
carries with It certain restrictions !
not unlike prison regulations. By or- '
der of Admiral Fletcher, General Diaz !
Is prohibited from communicating
with anyone from snore, without th" J
admiral's permission. The admlrm
has given General Diaz to understan 1
that sur h permission will be given :i i
ly In rare instances. '
Thp order Is being enforced rigidly !
Will you please go below, sir." sa-'l '
the oftlcer of the deck today, aalab J
ing the general when the latter haJ
begun a conversation with a man wh i
had brought his baggage aboard i; n
eral Diaz appeared to be annoyed for
an Instant, but complied without heal-
Strict Rules for Diaz. !
Admiral Fletcher explained that j
while he w.ts willing to place his flag- j
ouii .11 me dibpoBai oi denerai Diaz 1
as an asylum, he did not propose to
exVoae himself to the charge of mak
ing it a place of possible plotting He j
iissrrted his confidence that General
Dial would not attempt to abuse hos
pltallty by meeting friends there and i
from a safe vantage point indulge in i
Intrigue or conspiracy but h? was re- i1
solved to take no chances '!
The disposition of Diaz and his com- !'
panlons has not been determined, but '!
It appears trial they will be set !
ashore from one of the battleships.
probably the Louisiana, when she
sails from Mexican waters the first
week in November S
May Land at Havana. i1
General Diaz has expressed a pref S
crence to be landed at iavana, add- !'
ing however, that he was willing to 1
be set ashore anvwhere except at h Jl
British port since he was convinced "!
that the British authorities would
send him back to Mexico. He in !
quired of Mr Llnd, who visited him K
today, If h thought landing him at i!
Havana would embarrass the United '!
States It is probable he will tv
landed at Key West, from which por. !
he could proceed to Havana If he so !'
LEAVES LARGE ESTATE J
Chicago, Oct 30 ('barbs A Clia- I
pin, who died a week ago. left an jS
estate estimated at $4,651,000. ac-
cording to the will which was filed
toda The estate got to the widow .)
and seven sons and daughters The J
heirs are instructed to devote 200,-
000 to charity I
MACCABEES TO ENTERTAIN. '
The Knighta and Ladles of the i
Maccabees will give a Hallowe'en par- Ji
ty Friday evening In the Woodmen i
of the World hall on Washington ave 'i
nue. Dancing and cardB will bo the !'
order. Arrangements have been '!
made for prizes and refreshments. I1
Decorations will be seasonable
COD c m c o. t uiouyci I I,
Friday evening. October 24, in the
West Weber meeting house, and
amusement hall, a farewell party was
tendered Ernest Hipwall, who loaves
shortly for a mission to the northern
states, A purae of $60 was given
A prearranged program and dancing
were features of the evening's enter
tainment. Mr. and Mrs. Jyhn Hlpwell very
pleasantly entertained a number of
guesta at a farewell social and sup
per Sunday evening la honor of their
con, Ernest. Following a prettily ap
pointed supper a short musical pro
gram and various games were enjoyed
by the following Invited guests
Messrs. and Mesdames William Hip
well, James Hutchlns, H. C. Holley,
John Knight, Harry Dance, Louis Kel
ler, Ephralm Hlpwell, Fred Walker.
Earl Hadley, Ezra Hadley, Lafayette
Farr; Mrs. Sarah KnlghL Mrs. Ray
Stone, Leonard Knight, Austin Knlgru
and Margaret Dance. The guests vo
ted their hoBt and hostess most
charming entertainers and wlBhed Mr.
Ernest Hi pwell success In his under
Wednesday evening, October 22, one
of the nioely planned affaira of the
37 jUtteggh-tfel f
" A GOOD TO TRADE r
Fifty Suits Worth ti A I r A
to $50.00, on Sale at 3U jj
A sale of ladies' suits begins tomorrow which ij
promises to be over in a short time doubtless i
every suit will be sold in short order. We have ij
fifty charming fall suits which range in price from j!
$27.95 to $50. They are the kind of suits which will
demand attention in any company. Most of them ;
have the newest cutaway coat draped or plain jj
skirts and the workmanship and material is of a ij :
very high class.
Such popular materials as Brocaded Suiting, jj
Bedford Cord, Poplin, Eponge, Corduroy and j
Broad Cloth are shown in the lot. The trimmings.;
are up to the last moment; some being of fur.
There are just fifty suits in the lot sizes from ij
16 to 42. At the sale price, alterations if needed, ij
will cost a little extra $17.50 jj
! The Yearly Sale of Linens
Attracts Crowds of Buyers
And still the sale of table linens continues with the same zest jj
j which characterizes the selling of the first day. Linens bought j;
now may be finished in time for Thanksgiving. The prices are the jj
j lowest of the entire year and the assortment is at its best.
$7 :.o Table Llnn Si) dj 26c Tablp ljC 75c NaPtinB. JjC !'
Set t v Damask dozen vvv i
8.00 Table Linen SOo95 50c Tabto H-W Napkins, per 7Qr ii
s?t J Damask 4,v dozen ' JL ! J
j &'. llll 48c $1.29
fl"7 Al per dozen T ' w c
110.00 Table Linen i H) m rA I
j Qr 1amask per dozen
Ill.vO Table Linen IJk HTt mj
! - Jo?? 7lc $1.98
Z. $1298 98c "r $2.39
I ,,r;i: $1495 J, $U9 $2.89
Linen Set qrrV CI AC
i -rTr $19.50 '- $145 .,.... $3.39
: $21.95 W .... $ $3.59
om. $29.95 .$1-85 $415
C90 HC Th,s last item is Pure linen cir
135.00 Table 0.lZ fu" ll'rried, and is 72 inches $6.00 Napkins S S '
I mn Be) . ? y idp per dozen yu.UU ;,
Jaunty One Piece (tjf Qf jg
Dresses of $9 Kind iJJ7? ? :
Come early and get one of these jaunty, wool HaH
serge dresses at a saving of $3.05. A dress that fflB-'?
you will wear to town or in the afternoon at BgW
home. A general utility dress, in fact one SB HHKlil
that you will get a lot of good from. Clever one- Wj 4J
piece styles late models dainty trimmings of W H''.'W (
satin or velvet. Offered in Navy, Taupe, HlPli Ht"
Brown, Wine and in all sizes from 14 to 44. Jrt$B? mBk
Dresses which you could not construct for less im-'BT
than $9... Selling began today on the Second 'VmJ ffl '
Floor at $5.95 MBf
Other Events Now On Wm
BLANKETS SILKS SEW
All kinds of cotton, wool and There is still good picking in IfifiSL
part woa! blanket bright, new tne silk department from this lot WBffB
stocks at savings of from one- of, sllk8 which are offered at the jjPmP& J
fourth to one-third. " e Prrce Every piece is of the
fall importation. , !
BOYS' SUITS DRESS GOODS
In the Men's Basement Store Handsome fall fabrics in all of Ml '
where the boys' goods are also the newest colorings In the best fllHVPmhPf
kept, we are featuring some re- weaves for the season are on the 1W Villi! Vl
markable values in boys' suits. tables in the Dress Goods Section P. 1
$2.45 to $5.95. Lowered prices. bjtylCS
social season at West Weber was glv
en by Mr. and Mrs. Jobn Hlpwell for
their son Ernest
After a most enjoyable evening at
various interesting games, and a mu
Hlcal program, covers for an oyster
supper were laid for a large number ol
BAPTIST HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
The Baptist Young People will en
tortaln tomorrow evening at a Hal
lowe'en party to be given in the
church parlors, begiuniug at S o'clock.
Appropriate Hallowe'en games will
be enjoyed and delicious refreshments
served Hallowe'en characters will
HOSTESS TO LITERARY SOCIETY.
Mrs Fred Clark will be hostess to
tho Ladies Literary society Wednes
day, November 6, at her home. 1024
OLD FASHIONED PARTY.
Wednesday evening iu tho parish
hall of St. Josephs church the CU11
dren of Mary enjoved a most pleasant
The entnrtainment consisted of a
regular old-fah!oned taffy pull after j
whlcn om old-fashioned dance were I
indulged in. A guessing game provi
ded a shtirptner for the wits the
prize being won by Miss Josephine
Mrs. John Sheppard announces the
engagement of hor niece. Miss Annl
Pitch, formerly of Scotland, to Bur
tram bheppard, the marriage ceremo
ny to be performed in the near fu
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given by the
,vf r. Commission.. rs of Ogden
City, Utah, of the Intent on of said
Board to make the following describ
ed improvements, to-wit:
1 , T on?wttJ Ballantyne Avenue sojth
, from 20th Street to a poiut lb5- feot
north from 21st Street where the
city has gained jurisdiction as a
VSS r!Ct' and t0 struct
heroin a plpe sewer together with
the neceuary manholes, and coLn?ct
all with the manholed of ihe pr 9 nt
sewer system, and to defrav thc-
b .3 l0Cal a8s"8ment on
the lots or pieces or ground Mn?
nml being within thp folio A Inn Vl
trict, being the clisirlct to be bene-
flted or affected by said improve- m
All the land hing between the out- ,
er boundary lin s of said Avenue In-
eluded in the district and a Hn
drawD 13i!-leet o.itwnr.1 fram 7
parallel to the said outer boundary
lines. Sdld district to be asses-eil
for tho ccst oi put: ing In the sewer ,
between JO h an J 21t Street: also.'
for seeming the right-of-way lot" ft
-said sewtr from 21st Street north 1
distance of 165 feet.
All prote t , ; n.J o'.jrcllons to the . '
carrying o .t ol" s.ch Intent oi n''"s 1
be presented In vvrlfng to lh3
Recorder on or boior tne 22ad da)' '
of November. 1913. ;tt in o'clock - t
m that being the time set by slid'!
Board of Commissioners whpn th?y V
will hear and consi ler an h objtC" "J)
tlons as inav be made Cer. t . at the
mayor's off ce at th i itv Hall. Oi- '
den City. Utah. ' I ul
By order of the Bjar I of tomrriH- 1
slocers of Cgdeu C itv, Ut h. t
Dated this oOth div o: Octobeo . fy
A o. fell. Mayor. "
II .1 CRAVKN. Ci'v Kngineer. '''
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