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f NEW GOWNS AND TAILORED CLOTH
DRESSES FOR FALL AND WINTER
The Gowns In Fancy OharmeuM, 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
j Tailored Cloth Dresses. $3 75 to .. $16.50
I Just received a shipment of Italian Silk Bloomers, $2.76 and $3.00
THE M.M. WYKES CO.
I 2335 Washington Ave.
' For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56.
Advertisers must have their copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
evening before the day on which the
advertisement is to appear in order to
Win Penrvant Tho Central Junior
highs won over tho Dec in the volley
j ball contest last evening, tho score
being 60 to 30. This wins the pen
'nant for the Central juniors
Five-room new brick cottage; mod
ern throughout; bath, electric fix
it. tures; cement cellar, kitchen cabinet .
j yard fenced Close to car line No.
2663 an Buren; key next door,
$200. 00 down balance. $25 per month
Edwfird Blch?el. Phone 1932-W.
At Once -Cood. clean white rags
at the Standard Office Highest prices
Mikado's Birthday Japanese patrl
W otism was exemplified at the meeting
I I of the Japanese residents at the Armo
ry building last night "When the por
trait of the Emperor Yoshlhlto was un
veiled, ail present in tho assembly
rose and bowed The patriotic servi
ces were conducted la the Japanese
language and Oriental decorations pre
Cali 421 for the news, editorial and
pocietv departments of The Standard
Jim Harbertson Wins Jim Harbert
son, brother of Jack Harbertson. de
feated Steve Jordan at Morgan last
evening, winning the first fall in 14
minutes and the second in 9 minutes.
The hammerlock and half-nelson holds
were used both times.
Flrst-Cla6 Auto Service Call up
Elite Cafe. Phone 72.
Harbertson Departs Jack Harbert
son, the local grnppler. will leave Mon
day for Lincoln. Neb where he is
scheduled for a handicap match with
Russ Robinson. Harbertson has
agreed to throw his opionent twice in
JO minutes Before he returns to
Ogden he will wrestle Frank Reilly
at Fort Collins. Neb Alex Keto at
Colorado Springe, and Tommy Doctors
at Kansas City. The matches have
been arranged by T. B. Kelly, who 13
Harbertson'6 manager Harbertson
expects to meet Yokel In a finish
match in Ogden about December 1
Old Mats for sale at Standard office.
25centB per hundred.
Joints Krutt9chnitt Party V. F
Herrin. vice president and chief coun
sel for the Southern Pacific compa
ny, arrived in Ogden and joined the
Kruttschnltt part which left for the
east early this morning.
At Once Good, clean, white rags
I st the Standard Office Highest prices
,. j paid
Fast Train The Anna, Held special
hich left Ogden at 11:42 o'clock la6t
evening arrived in Reno at 10 o'clock
L I- this morning. Tho distance was made
I I In 10 hours and IS minutes which 1b
j L faster time than the be Luxe makes
Dr H B. Forbes has resumed prac
tice at 2478 Washington Avenue, op
posite Broom Hotel.
Inspecting Dairies -George V. Bal
I ley. bacteriologist at the Ogden hlgii
1 j school, Is making an inspection of
' dairies today In the Interest of the lo
I 1 cal health department. He is inspect
I lng sanitary conditions in the barns
gi 1 and is also examining the stock
Meat Market For Sale Meat Mar
I I "kef. fully equipped in good residence
a I district. Reasonable terms to right
t party For particulars apply to the
jf j Ogden Pucklng and Provision Co.--
Old papers for sale at tho Standard
Office, 25c per hundred. -Priest
III Father Cushnahan was
reported seriously ill of stomach
trouble this morning, but this ater
J ! noon he had bo far Improved as to
be resting easy.
At the Utah State Fair this ear. it
B was B & G Butter that captured the
Marriage Licenses -Marriage ltcen
EK ses have been issued to Fred Korner
S of Mountain Home. Idaho, and May
J 1 Bell Whetsel of Twin Falls, Ida-ho,
and to William R Shields of Chicago.
5 and Louise R. Schultless of Salt Lake.
Ford Runabout First class condi
0 Lu: cheap. Phono 186-W.
Meets a Brother II V. Moore and
f. sou. Webster, of Stockton. Cal., who
have been visiting with Mrs. Thomas
Llndsey, left Friday evening for Van
couver and the northwest Mr. Moore
Is a younger brother of Mrs. Lindsev.
j Until Ida arrival here last Saturday,
-lm Be ad 1101 8eou h- for seven years
Entertained Mrs. Thomas Lindsev
; yesterday entertained in honor of
I Charles Jodi;! of the Anna Held The
atrical company Mr. Judel is an
I old friend of Mrs Llndsey
Snow In Mountains Timothv Hoyt
of the lands department of the foreBt
service has returned from the Tar
k Kh.ee forest, Idalio. whore he accom
totaled Thomas E Shearman, person
al U representative of tho secretary of
agriculture to inspect certain lands
in the forest that are subject to home
stead entry. Mr. Hoyt states that,
there Is considerable snow in the Ida
ho mountains and that In some sec
lions it is already difficult to travel
At the Dee Mrs Mary E Boling
booke of Malad Idaho, and Mrs. E.
F Mears of Independence Kan., hav e
been discharged from the Oee hospit
al. PR Shune of Ogden. Fred H
j Muller of Sacramento, Cal , Guy Ad-
iams of Severne. Kan, Miss June Ma
ron of Green River. Wyo., and Miss
1 Ruth Driscoll of Ogden have been ad
mitted for treatment.
Manley Estate In the matter of tho
estate of Margaret Manley. deceased,
.lames D Heam has petitioned the
I district court for letters testamentary
I The petition avers that Mrs. Manley
died testate October 23, 1913. leaving
real estate and personal property val
ued at about $7,274.30.
Sues for Property Mary Peterson,
tormerlv Mary Morrison, has com
menced suit iu the district court co
dav against Moses Morrison et al., to
enforce the delivery of a deed to cer
tain property awarded her In divorce
proceedings October 6. 1911. and to
have the deed declared void and of no
Snow Estate In the estate of
Amanda M Snow, Administrator J. G.
S. Abels has petitioned tho district
court for settlement of the account
and final distribution of tho estate.
From Colorado Springs R E Gery
of the lands department of the forest
service, has returned from a personal
trip to Colorado Springs.
A New Elderkin Word has been
received that on October 29 a bounc
ing boy was born to the Rev Noble
Strong Elderkin and wife of Law
rence, Kan. Mr and Mrs. Elderkin
were former residents of Ogden.
Will Lecture - Joseph Storey, coun
t treasurer, will lecture to the par
ents' class of the Fourth ward Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock on the subject
Canyon Car The canyon car will be
operated to the Hermitage tomorrow
everv hour from 10 o'clock In the
morning until b o'clock in the eve
ning The last car will leave the Her
mitage at 6:30.
J. C Nye, superintendent of streets,
states that the repairs that are being
made by his department on Twenty
fourth street are satisfactory and
that the asphalt paving there will be
patched as far as Gratit avenue Some
reialrs will he made on Twenty-flft b
street, between Washington and Hud
son avenues, but it is not likely that
an attempt will be made to repair
that street to Wall avenue.
Mr. Nye is of the opinion that the
city should have an asphalt repair
plant so as to be prepared at all times
to make repairs on the surface of the
. r A
HER MARRIAGE VOW
Her Dearest Friend Do you really
obev Charlev !
Mrs. Newly-wed -Certainly He tells
me to please myself and I always dc.
HEARD IN NEW YORK
"Is this the Union Dime Savings
''Well. I want to know if a non union
man can doposli in your bank."
HEM OF THE
The Congregational association of
L'tah will meet In Ogden beginning
next Wednesday and bold a conven
tion extending over three days.
The first session will be addressed
by Rev. E I Goshen of Salt Lake,
and the last by Rev Miles B. Fisher
of San Francisco.
Tho program iu part m as follows
WEDNE9DAY S p. m., musical prelude.
8:30 p. m, address bv Rev. E. I
Forenoon, series of Bible interpreta
Afternoon, three addresses.
4 p m., association sermon Rev
4 30 p. m., drive through canyon
Lunch at Congregational Country
Evening, address. Rev. Miles B
Fisher of San Francisco
Forenctoo, report of committees ami
of national council, business; election
Adjourn at noon.
; Hie only market in town nothing but U. S.
5 Inspected Meats.
3 Buy no other.
j Phone 23. Free Delivery.
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT I I
What Has Dr. Rowe Done ior Ogden? I
! SOME ONE HAS ASKED: "WHAT HAS DR. ROWE DONE FOR OGDEN?' A MEMBER OF THE PUBLICITY BUREAU. WHO HAS BEEN IN CLOSE TOUCH
WITH HIS WORK. ANSWERS THE QUESTION AS FOLLOWS: "DR. H. M. ROWE HAS DONE AS MUCH FOR OGDEN DURING THE PAST TWO YEARS AS I
THE CITY COMMISSION ITSELF. AS MAYOR HE WILL BE A BLE TO DO M UCH M ORE THAN HE HAS DONE BECAUSE OF THE GREATER OPPORTUNITY.." 1
Gets the Great White Way Hjs Work on he Ljncoln Hj. - : - c - p?:: h, I I
It was Dr. H. M. Rowe who planned and produced T J half of the c08t of the Ogden booklet which Is now 1 I
the Great White Way which has transformed Ogden's ,n speech before the Commercial Club of Denver, being printed and which will be one of the handsom- H
) business section from a dimly lighted section to one Mr- A- L- Westgaa rd said: "Go to the Weber Club of e,t P'eces f c'vic publicity literature ever produced. H
of the best lighted sections in the United States. Ogden and get their plan for the promotion of good The pallmaH r, .. W-
When this lighting system was proposed. Dr. Rowe roads. I consider that organization one of the strong- . company w.ll also distribute these
gave his time without pay in getting the property own- est and livest in the country on the question of good ks all over their system and to people who will if
ers, the light company and the city to terms, which roade." be attracted to our city by It. 1 K
made this great improvement easily possibly. Every Dr Rowe is responsible for this compliment to Og 9
property owner in the section had to be solocited den from a man whose life is being spent In pathfind- fw a 1 I
lighting terms ha d to be secured. It was a stupendous lng and good road movements. As soon as it was HlC AlfJ fn ftin Flfof Cookir CL,,.T ! I
job but the doctor did it. known that the Lincoln Highway and the Coatt-tO IU lIlC I fll 51 rdoniOfl jROW I
Coast Highway was contemplated, Dr. Rowe got busy I
ininiTv ft 1 a"d worked night and day. leaving no stone unturned to H
take tha Xnilfh lnfL- llOtTI taftPf1 bring the road t0 Bden. It Is estimated that when When the First Fashion Show for Oaden was nrn
UeiS Hie JOUIH rOlK JlallCU - th. highway is completed that tourists will spend at posed, Dr Rowe saw at once Ih. L IV s 1
least a half million dollar, annually in Ogden. besides . cel hratinn 7 o ? advantages of such
When the city and the Ogden Ciy Reservoir company giving Ogden the greatest advertising that It could pos- ' ," 9den ano he once to work
were contending about the South Fork dam and getting ,lta'y 4hve w n It comes we will have to give the t0 helP make (t a access. While his name was never 1
farther apart all the time, Dr. Rowe got the parties credl to Dr- Rowe- mentioned in connection with the affair, and ha
together. It was he who suggested a disinterested ar- wanted no credit for what he did, yet there were many
bitratlon committee which should arrange terms Both ff flff 11 important featurec uuk,iu j . 1
His Effective Advertising 2:; :r z:" p""tl! ' I
! which they should agree, but It WAS Dr Rowe who ' These are but a sDrinklmn h
conceived he Idea of the arbitration committee, and The Ogden publicity Bureau, which organization has Interest of Oaden Hundred (k" act,v,t'e In the
j It WAS he who g ot them together, with the result that done more toward advertising Ogden in the past two And it Is a safe a ertinn , h! U be clted
the dam Is now being built. years than the city has had In the ten years preced- able to Increase these activities marTymes? W0Uld 1
Headquarters 2441 Hudson Avenue I I
Come and See Me. I Have No Paid Workers I I
j I Telephone 603 H. M. ROWE 1 J
LIST OF THE APPLE
CROP IS BEiniG
J. M Whit?, nianaer of tho Utah
Fruit Exchange, states that he will
finish apple shipments within the next
few dayp as the last of the crop Is
bMnfc pothered at Pleasant Grove nnd
In the Rear River valley
Generally sjteaklnp. Mr. White says
the fruit crop this ear in blah wn;
nulte satisfactory. In some sections
fruit was damagfi to the extent thDt
the best prices were not obtained, bur
an average price of 32 cents was paid
by the exchange for peaches and from
85 cents to SI. 30 a bushel for applet
These prices Mr Wiiite statf.
would net the grower about 1 cent
a pound, or 20 cents a crate for pea !.
es. and a reasonably good profit for
apples The market slumjed In the
latter parf of 'he peach harvest,
which caused prices to lowr-r from
and 40 cents to 31 and 32 cents a
COLE IS FOUND NOT
GUILT? OT THE
J. T Cole, charged with petil lar
ceny, was discharged tblu morning
by E R Roberts, who found him not
guilty Roberts oorupied .Judcr- Heed
er'p bench as Judge Reeder had ber
disqualified because he had tried ihf:
Acting Judge Roberta decided that
there was the posslbilliv that the robt
had been taken as a Joke", as the de
fendant claimed, and the Judge de
cided that Cole should be given t lt?
beneflt of the. doubt
Cole w-as arrested with .1 Kuhn on
September Ifi Kuhn was found gull
ty on Thursday by Jude Reeder and
Kuhn filed an appeal bond.
According to Coles testimony In
was with Kuhn on thr nlRht in ques
tion and be took the robe from a
buggy as a practical Joke.
THREE DIVORCES 111
Dora E Payne has commenced suit
for divorce In the district court
against Philip A. Payne on the ground
of failure to provide. She asks for
the care and custody of two minor
children and general relief Th? par
ties were married August JO 1908.
Tho plalntirf also alleges that tbo
defendant is in the habit of using
intoxicating liquors excessively
George W Goshen has petitioned
for a divorce from Lauretta Qosben,
claiming that she has deserted him
Mr Goshen states that he married
the defendant In Sheridan, 111 . Feb
niary H, 1003. and that she left the
borne May 26. 1911.
Leila H Maher complains of John
L. Maher that he has failed to pro
vide the necesitles of life for her
self and child and she liaB petitioned
the district court for a divorce Th
complaint alleges that the parties
were married September 8, 1909 Tnt
Plaintiff seek6 $25 a month alimony:
and the care of the child.
LEAGUE CAUSES S
STIR IN POLITICS
irontinued from Page One)
trustees, but I shall go ahead with my
campaign just ih I started It."
Dr. Rowe's Statement.
Dr. Rowe gave out the following
statement today. i
"Tho Betterment leagues deceptic
methods have been exposed. The
league's claim of being out of poll
tics Is disproved by Its actions last
night at the secret nieellug place,
4 2:1 Tw enty -fourth street.
'Mayor Fell and the league do no'
I endorse my policy of allowing the
citizens of Ogden to vole on the
I clos'ng hour of saloons. They do not
I tndorae my policy of stopping the
Illegal e-ale of liquor before aud after
D " riock. They do not endorse my
policy of cleaning out. vlce. Thev
do not endorse my policy of allow
ing the whole people to vote on
whether important franchse shall be
granled or not. Thev do not en
dorse mi policy of cMng the people
better streets. They do not endorse
my policy of giving the city a live
progressive business administration
They do not endorse my policy of
"Let the People Rule They do
endorse tho policy of letting Mayor
Fell and the Betterment league
"In home of tho churches tomor
row they will deny that they are In
politics.' but he claims they have
been caught In the act.
CRIMSONS WIN; I
SCORE 23 TO 0
Cambridge, Nov. 1 In tho firet t
five minutes the Crimson team took 1
tho ball from the center of the fie'o.
to tho ten-yard line and there Brick- 1
I Icy shot It across the bars for a
j flelJ goal Cornell carried off one 1
Forward PBS! Tho visitors were I
stopped iti mid -field. After an ex
ChSAgS ni kicks, Harvard caught a ,
Cornell forward pass on the visitors';
I thirty -yard line. After six rushes1
Brlokley carried It acrosR the line for :
the first touchdown Storor failed to j
End first period: Harvard 9; Cor- '
Tho Crimson team added seven
points In the second period on a
touchdown by Brlckley from which
Storer kicked a goal In ths middle 1
of the second period Brickley tried
B field goal but failed
Score. End second period Harv-
ard 16; Cornell 0
Harvard added oik- more touch
down iu the thirl period on splendid
running by Hardwick and Brickley.
Harvard sont numerous substitutes
In during this period
store end third period: Harvard
22; Cornell 0.
Final: Harvard 2.1; Cornell 6
NEW RECORD SIZE
New York Nov. 1 A rhrysantbe
mum plant 14 foe In diameter with
1800 yellow blossoms. Is a now record
set bv Adolph Lewisonn. in an ex
hibit of the Horticultural society of I
New York, which opened today at the j
American museum or natural history
Th long late fall enabled Mr. Lew
isohns gardener to bring the plant to
a perfection to which, he said, It
would noer be brought again and this
was probably the largest, chrysanthe
mum plant that It was possible to
EDWARD 1 ROWE
TO DE SPEAKER .
State Parole Agent Fdward M.
Rowe will be the speaner at the con
jo.nt meeting of the Third ward M
I A tomorrow night at 7 p. m Mr
Rowe Is an able speaker
Musics numbers will be ?iven b)
Charles Shaw George Douglas3 and
the Axel N.t lander trio Waldemar
tall, the well known baritone, Is also
expected to sing.
AID 01 S.
Thp football teams of the Jordan
and Ogden high schools are doing
battle this afternoon on the Glen
wood gridiron before a largo crowd
mado up mostly of students from the
The Jordan team with Coach 'VYId
AshtOB nrrlvorj at noon today with a
small delegation of students
His landlord. Ripou. In a sermon at
C&lverlsy, near lyeeds. betrayed his
Hibernian origin. He said "My breth
ren, I heg you to take hold of your
own heart and look it straight In the
face.'. Westminister Gazette
Mrs. Flannlgan (collapsing 111 chair)
Pat Alsyaisy' Tls onlj his lec ;
ihots bruk Its rejoiced veil be to
hear It within ye thought he was
killed fui-s-t. Puck.
Armed with gun& and hugs -ami;
bags, the 'wo Irishmen sallied forth In
search of sport. It was their first ven
ture ft shooting and the-' eie dread
Suddenly Ca6ey -potted n bud. and.
taking careful aim. prepared to fire
the fatal shot Then Pal seized him
l the arm frantically.
' For mercy's sake don't fire, Cas
ey!" he yelled: ' Sure, an' j e've for
gote.n ;o load yer gun'
That s as may be. my lad, ' retort
ed Caaey. "buti fire I must. Begor.
rah, tho bird won t wait." Answer?.
I bought a lot of books one day
And plaeed them in a row
They made a comforting display
Of things 1 meant to know
They filled up for at least ten feet
Before I'd read them o er
An agent smooth I chanced to meet
STio sold me six feet more.
But students must enjo themselves,
I added olumes neat
Until fhe contents of the shelves
Grew lengthy as a Btreet.
But with so many games of ball
And music shows In view.
A half a yard of books Is all
That I have gotten through.
DAUGHTERS OF PIONEERS.
Company B. Daughters A the Plon
eers: held the regular ruouthly meet
ing at the home of Mrs. William
Kmpey on Park avenue, Tuesday af
ternoon Mrs Rose BaJlantyne of the gen
eral board was present and addressed
the members, speaking In particular
about the gathering of relics to put
in the lodge relic hall. Several of tho
ladles present exhibited some of the
relics that thev had already obtained
and these created considerable curi
osity and Interest
A vocal solo was nicely rendered by
Mrs Besslo Millard and lesson '7
from Tullidge's History of T'tah, whirl,
concerned tho firBt celebration of the
Pioneers, was interestingly given by
Mrs. A H Moves.
Following the meeting a nicely ap
pointed lumheon was servod by tho
hostoss assisted by Mrs. George Dins
Miss Pearl Wilbur and John W,
Smalley were nnletlv marrlod Wed
nesday at the Arthur Smalloy home,
3279 Adatns avenue. President Wofh
erspoon performing tho msrriagc
coromony. After Nvemb?r 16 the
happy couple w ill bo si home 'o their
friends at 834 Twenty-seventh street.
hoSt of friends extend hearty
IN THIRD WARD.
W ith a anopy of red and black
crepe paper bordered with papr of
the same color, figured with cats,
n Itches and devils, in fantastic form
nnd lth the lights shaded with am
ber colored paper; the Third ward hall
lost evening presented a most charm'
The occasion was a Halloween par
ty given under the direction of the
ward amusement committee as ilio
opening dance of tho ..cason and it
proved In every respect one of the
most enjoyable affairs ever given Iu
th popular ward
A large and pelect crowd were prr.v
ent and were greatly pleased with the
efforts of the committee to 6ho them
a good time. A four piece orchestra
furnished good music for the danrjns;
and programs were given tho guests.
A fortune teller and the free dis
pensing of sweet apple cider were n!
80 appreciated features
The hall is in fine condition for
dancing and the committee announceo
thai there would be a danc-" given
once a week throughout the fsmi.
for which ( raw ford's urcnestra vll
furnish the mush .
The committee who nil! conduct
all the dances is composed of tho fol
Joseph Richardson. Monro West
Carl Torgeson Frank Williams Mrs
J.ols Fife. Mrs. Kllzabeth Tr.u j and
John R. Horspool.
OGDEN ITE ATTENDS SOCIAL.
c. a siaccarthy of this city report.-,
attending one o the most enjoyable
Halloween parties ever given at Cobre,
Ne . last evening.
Halloween games and pranks BfSra
enjoyed and musical selections given
Appropriate dolkacles wer sernl.
covers being laid for the following
Mr and Mrs McClure Mr. and Mrs
H M. Crow. Mr and Mrs. Banish,
Mesdames A H. Parker, Barnwell.
Joe Brennan. A. A Bennett, Leigh
ton. Misses MtCullough. F. A Se
vens. Irgll E. Bennett anl Masu-r
Mr. Maccarthy took flash light pic
tures of the merry crowd and votes
the Cobre people capital entertainers
ENTERTAIN B &. J CLUB
Fun and laughter reigned supreme
Friday night at He home of RflBS
Graco Atkinson. 169 80th stroot when
she entertained th girls ol the B. I
& J club at 11 Halloween partv the
girls coming dressed In characters. I
which added greatly to the evening's
enjoyment. The honir huh beauti
fully decorated for the occasion the
eolor Heheme being orange and black I
Tho pleasures of the evening were In- j
terspersed with singing and dancing
by Mr Cyrus Green and his wifs Bu
san from Pumpklr.v llle, h?lr son Wil
lie acting as accompanist on the pi
ano. Nar the midnight hou- the girls
were ushered into the d.ning rooD
and seater at a table richly decorated
and ladened with the latest Hallow
een dishes When the wee sma' hours
SOME QUESTIONS I
FOR MAYOR FELL I
There are some vital Question
which are being asked by the voters
of Og.lon rr-garding the" policies of
my political opponent, .Mayor Fell. In
as much a. they hae not been an
swered I take his opportunity of ask
ing the mayor the following ques
tions First How do you stand on the
N'ine O'clock Closing'.' Some sav you
are In favor of Nine O Clock Clos
ing, other say you fa'.or clo.ng a',
twelve. Which is right? The peo
ple want to know.
Second Why do you allow liquor
to be served :;fter nine o'clock la
cafov which are run In connection
with saloons'1 -'irj
Third Why do you allow cafes rjl
having no li( Muse and having no sa
loon connection, to serve, liq ior after j'JB
nine o clock as well as at othef 'h
hour of the day? ijj
Fourth -Why do you not stop th
l "f liquoi in rooming houses? B
Fifth Why do you allow prosti- ji
tutes to conduct Illegal practices in 1
roomiug houses Why Jon t you clean i
them out? I J
To confess that you do not know m
these Hung;, would be an admission (
of your weakness as mayor of Og- m
den Thou It' ; mi do know tho;, do j M
cist, as you certalnlv must Win
DON'T YOC APPl.'i THE REM
EDY? H. M ROWK. Advertise- I
men l l.'jj Jl
began 10 make their appearance the . j
guests hid their hostess good nigh:, V
otiuu her as one of the best enter
tainers of the season In!
Those who participated in the eve- :li
ning'a enjoymom were the Misse? Do
ra Paine. Violet Johnson. Qeitrude
Bell. Anna Newton Maude Paine. Oti
tis Johnson. Mary Bell, Kmily Newton. M
Kinma Cnsworth Crace Atkinson and
FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE.
I seek r; election to the office of J
Municipal Judge as a non-partisan
candidate, conducting an individual I
and independent campaign. Ill f"
My nativity is Ogden My educi-
tion In law was obtained at the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania in Philadel
phia, where I graduated after three
years of study. I am licensed to Jt
practice before the Supreme Court
Of this State, which Is required by
law for qualification as Municipal J
if redacted, I will continue to ap
ply the laws Impartially and without
unnecessary delay. Respectfully, I
W. H. REEDER, JR j
Adv ertlseujeat I
1 ' H