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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER TtV'1 91 3. 7 ftffli
rs I Another One of Our Exceptional f
X II MILLINERY OFFERS 1
'I I PATTERN KATS I
jJ $20.00 Hats $15.98
I $20.00 Hats &f I
K y For Wednesday and xlj
I This is another one of your great saving opportuni-
t j ties. Nothing but the most stylish designs ever placed II
in stock at the regular price of $20.00. for the two davs K
1 only $6.98
S I These hats are on display in our windows. Be sure I
I and see them.
ILast & Thomas I
III. I. ,, I , . ,
BOYS" CLUBS OF UTAH
t TO MEET IN THIS '
a CITY TONIGHT ,
The Associated Boys' clubs of Utah
JJ Kill hold their convention, beginning
i b with a meeting In the First Baptist
church tonight at o clock Ses?!ons
1 y will also be held tomorrow morning
8fternoon and evening. Leaders o'
CMffi. Bo8" clubs throughout the stale will
Mm be In attendance and will discuss, in
all its phases, the subject of the ' Boy
t problem In Utah " Special addresses
will be made by prominent citizen:
Uti of lhe state and the conference is er.
IM I I pelted to result In much tuture bene
otMi ; fit to the bojys.
S4W The president of the organization,
ntatf Rfv Pnul ,lon3 of Loenn. will pre
Sfet Bide at the opening meeting and four
kin twentyflve minute addresses -..ill be
l Im made in t.- following ordei
"The Problem,'' F. J Lucas ol Ball
pis Lake. "What I? B?lng Pone' Rev
int Pnul Jor.-s of Logan; "Pojsibilltles,"
Rev. V A Betts of the i-Mrst Metho
dlst church of Salt Lake, and "The
Culver Assembly and a World-wide
wiU J View of Boys' Work' by H odi G r I.
M Ho'.eington. secretary of boys' work in
limi lh Sal; Lake Y. M C
A resolution committee will be ap
Ar tki pointed to br:ns in resolutions Dl
dka on Ideas formed fr.vii the subject mat
Jim ter in the four addresses The.-.
oioiions will be brought up in tbe
tomorrow afternoon session.
The program for tomorrow will be
MtM. gin a: hi a m , with a devotional ad
mK dress and service ed b Rev. J
H. Mitchell of the Illff Methodist
t church lu Sclt Lake which will ho
followed by the appointment of com
Four ten minute talks will be given
by C. L Smith W IV Day and O. H.
0- Marshall of Salt lake and Hev. W. W
H Fleetwood of Ogden, each one to fol
jB t low with a dlscusstfi '.Methods''
E will be the subject ot a discuss on
1 I" by the Rev. F. (, Brainerd, of Og
jflS . den, at the morning session
- The delegates will be guests of
KM Superintendent E (i Gowaus of the
MM Stat? Industrial tcuj.jl at luncheon
ll-tf and. immediately afterward, will bl
taken on au inspection tour of the
Dr S. W Wherry and Dr Cowans
I will be the speakers at the nfternoon
mm I meeting and business repoi of the
L coin en ion ill nie . , on.
The final meeting will take place a:
J-jJj I 8 p m. and the time will be taken
W J up with an ad'iresM by the Rev P
M A Sur.pkln of the Bhiilipp t ongreca
JJU tlonal chur.h of Salt Lakiv on the
subject, "Our Duty in Regard to lhe
iJeclinlnc Mural Standard? " Thr
C meeliii;-, are open to i men - 1
desire to attend and the final meeting
' will be onen to all adults
C. L. Smith. Rev. V T. Bulklev.
Richard Wheat and Homer Holslng
H P. ton compose the program committee
kfi R,v K Rassweiler is chair
I'JH I man of lile entertainment commit
r - n
Read the Classified Ads.
srJ Wednesday, Nov. 12th
itil'j SAM E. RORK
ttZ Presents thc ncw Y3r. Caolno's
Greatest Musical Success
0 Tne Operetta that Cost Cornelius
" Vanderbilt $100 a Minute to En
tertain Newport Society. Same
Production that Electrified New
Prt and tho Vanderbllt Guests.
Strong Cast of Principals.
Big Chorus of Dashing Beauties
1 Entrancing Be: let and
afc' w Strauss Mclodlus Music.
S0 "A RARE COMBINATION THESE
A Prices $1. SO. $1.00, 75c, 50c.
tii Seata on Sale Today.
Mil OF EMMANUEL
An audience that filled the Guild
Hall was addressed by the Rev. Wil
liam W. Fleetwood, who spoke on tbe
work of the Emmanuel movement.
After describing the beginning of
the work, with the leadership of the
Rev. Dr. Worcester, the speaker
dealt with the princlplei, of mental
and spiritual healing, and called at
tention to the fact that this present
ed a tremendous challenge to the
Christian church to make use of the
powers entrusted to It in minister
ing the suffering humanity. As long
as the idea prevailed that suffering
was the "Will of the Lord" one could
not expect the church to seek to re
move suffering, but rather to urge
men to bear their burdens with for
titude. God's will for His people, as
revealed by the Christ, Is that "men
mircht have life and have it more
abundantly. The Master constantly
showed men that God was Interested
in their physical well-being. His
message was one of wholeness as
well as one of holiness.
A large proportion of the nervous
disorder which are so prevalent to
day niay be traced back to moral and
mental causes it Is because of this
fact that these conditions present a
challenge Jp the church to deal with
them The chuvch must present a
phllosophv of like that will enable
men and women lo meet the tempta
tions and problems of modern life
with lhe proper mental and spiritual
poise. It must brins to them Christ's
managi of optimism and hope, and
the 'peace of God that passeth all
understanding" At the close of th
addregs an opportunity was given to
rpjestloiilnE the speaker, and many
availed themselves cf the opportun
ity Mr. Fleetwood then outlined a
p'an for carrying on the work of the
! Emmanuel monument In Ogden Each
Wednesday night there is to be a
meeting In the Parish house for the
study of the principles of mental and
spiritual healing, which Is open to the
general public. The primary purpose
of there meetings Is to teach tho
principles of self help. In addition
to this, the rector mav be seen for
ronMiltption In his study at the Rec
tory, f.'7 L'.'ird St on Monday-!. Wed
nesdays and Fridays from 10 to 11
o'clock and on Thursday afternoon'
from 2 to 3 o'clock.
PROBATE MR IN
In Judge J A Howell s division of
the district court this morning the
probate calendar was taken up and
i disposed of as follows:
Estate of T. Mltsumorl. deceased
i petition for approval, allowance antJ
settlement of final account and for
I discharge of the administrator wa
Estate of Julius A. Farley deceased
hearing of petition for final settle
ment passed, as the parties Interested
v. ere not In court.
In the matter of the estate of Ella
Rasmussen, deceased petition of the
nrvlying husband. O. D Rasmusseu,
for letters of administration was gran
led and the bond fixed at 3100.
Estate of Barnard White, deceased
hearing of petition for partial dlstrlb
utlon continued for one week.
Estate and guardianship of Yictoi
Butler et al., minors, the petltlou for
letters of guardianship grunted, and
II L SburtUft appointed under a bond
Read the Classilled Ads.
! OBJECTS1? CO?
When the claim for election ex
penses were considered by the City
j hoard of commissioners last night,
CommlSBkmer J. O. Nye expressed
I the opinion that the account was ra
i ther high and he could uot underb
stand why judges should be allowed
anything more than the ?3 per diem
j for their services, notwithstanding the
j fact that they work 12 hours before
the close of the polls and put in
from one to three hours counting the
j otee. The claim of last night al
i lowed the judges 39 1-2 cents n
! hour for the counting of tho votes,
j Although Mr Nye took exceptions
to thc bill, he voted for It The to
tal claim amounted to $634 !u. Other
I Claims allowed and ordered paid were
I $8 79 for Thomas Lundy, 55 for Post
I master Browning. ?9! for E G Neigh
bor for Janitorial work, and $ I 2t
I for the Ogden State bank expensed
j in the exchange of bonds for the r 1 1 .
It as reported by the mayor thai
the water main extension on Wheeler
creek is being made.
The petition for an arc light on
Lincoln avenue and Ninth street was
denied. Commissioner Nye stating
that the street at that point is not
yet open to public use The petl
tlon for a light on Lincoln and Twen
lieth v as granted.
A request from the city board of
park commissioners, asking for fout
arc lights In Monroe park for tho
skating rink that Is being made and
n hydrant for the northwest corner
of the park, were referred to the su
perlntcndent of streets and the su
perintendent of finance and public af
A communication from the J. P
O Neill Construction company, calling
attention to the fact that the compi'
ny Is ready to lay concrete base fcr
asphalt paving on Fowler avenue and
the south side of Twenty-fifth streef.
from Quincy to Harrison avenues, but
had been unable to get the city engi
neer to give the grade, was referred
to the committee of the w hole Tho
commissioners were surprised to learn
that the engineer had not responded
quickly to the request of the compa
ny as it is desired that the street pav
ing shall progress as rapidly as possi
ble. Mayor Fell stated that It would
not require more than an hours work
and that the engineering department
had promised to attend to It.
The communication from the Salt
Lake A Ogden Railway company, ad
vising the board that the piers and
abutments for the steel bridge across
Weber river have been completed, and
that there is now due the companv
for the construction the sum of $5.
312 G7 was referred to, thc superin
tendent of finance for consideration
at the Instance of Commissioner J
C Nye, a resolution w;:s passed rais
ng the scale of wages ;o $2 25 for a
single man and to $4 M for a man
and team in the employ of the city
The resolution rehearses that cost of
living has increased and the wages
for skilled labor 13 greater than here
tofore and also that none but able
bodied men should be employed by
the city, making It necessary to, raise
the wages slightly.
OFFICII CANVASS OF
VOTE CAST ftT CITY
The official canvass b the city
commissioners yesterday of the vote
cast at the municipal election held In
this city last Tuesday brought many
chances as compared with the flgura
published last Wednesday, but no
change In the general result As com
pared with the newspaper figures, the
official count shows the greatest
chance in the c.je received by A. E
Weatherby, candidate for commission
er He received 2.89 votes Instead of
1568. a difference of 21 votes.
CARD OF THANKS
Through the columns of th press
we wish to thank all those who as
sisted us during the sickness and
death of our beloved husband and
lather We wish to thank all for the
beautiful floral offerings, also the
speakers?, who paid tribute to his
life; also the singers and the W. O.
W. May they all receive lhe si me
kind assistance in their hour of sor
row. MRS P. R SHUPE AND FAMILY
Last time tonight, Edison
Talking Pictures at the Or
WVENTISTS IE TO
. O0IL0 A CO00CO
IN THIS CITY
The Seventh Day Adventists have
purchased two lots on Franklin street
between Thirty-fourth and Thirty fifth
streets, one-half block west of Wash
ington avenue Plans arc being laid
to erect a church building In tl
spring Elder W A Johnson is here assist
Ing Pastor J. D Alder In this vork.
At present the members of the con
gregation meet In tho Josephlte
church at the corner cf fifteenth
street and Washington fionne. Sab
bath school in a m ; pre?x;hlng at 11
o'clock Young People's meeting at
6 B0 Saturday evening toi lowed by a
lecture at 7:30.
"OWNERS OF DOOMING
Proprietors of 'he Fashion, the Cen
tral hotel and thc Glen rooming hou
ses met with 'he hoard of city com
missioners yesterday afternoon and
explained their position, claiming that
th"y should no' be deprived of tho
right of conducing business In the
. Itj The board took tho matter un
The parties were called to account
nn tho recommendation of Chief of
Police W I Norton flirt their licenses
Ye revoked. The chief claims that
the parties liave been selling liqucr
in, their houses without a lbense and
that prostitution has been p'-vmitted.
The parties have emploved an attor
ney and will not relinquish their right
to do hotel business in the city with
out s legal battle. Mrs Dura B
Topham of the Fashion house did
most cf the talking before the coin
missionors. She owns the Fashion.
Three cases of a serious nature
came up before Judge Reoder this
morning in the police court. The first
was the State agalnBt C H Den
ning charged with burglary' The de
fendant waived pre'iminary hearing
and was bound over to the district
court, under 1600 lond6. Denning is
the man who, if is charged, entered
the home of James Draney on Grant
avenue, on the night of October 10th.
His ease bad been carried over from
William Scheffler, the shooting
gallery proprietor, charged with car
rying concealed weapons, whose case
was taken under advisement yester
day morning, was given a sentence
of one hundred days or $100
The third case was against J D
Lemmon a colored man. who was ar
rested last night ou a charge of dis
turbing the peace Lemmon pleaded
"not guilty" and the case proceeded
with the prosecution being in the
hands of AsslsLint City Attorney
John E Heywood. who took up his
duties again this morning, after an
absence of a week from the city The
complaining witnesses were Charles
Reiliy, Elmer Hanson and George
Pappas. the latter being a Greek
With corroborative testimony, they
said that Lemmon had been follow
ing them and making Improper pro
ddaalfl to them. Each witness was
questioned by the defendant as to
the time when ther said that he had
accosted them and stoutly held to
The n gro, in his statement, tried
to prove an alibi, but entangled him
self during examination by the as
sistant city attornev and the judge
At the conclusion of 'he case. Lem
mon was handed a good big name
sake in tho shape of a six months'
Franklin Wllkins forfeited $5 ball
in lieu of his appearance on the
charge of drunkenness John Cavan
augh went under a suspended sen
tence, under the same charge
S. B. Dykeman. booked as helpless
ly drunk, said that he had taken
some whiskey and he guessed that
any man could get drunk on that. He
bad not disturbed anyone, however,
and he was sent on hK way with a
promise of being harshly dealt with,
if he returned.
George Brown, drunk, said that he
had underestimated the strength of
the "stuff" and that the condition
I he was found Id was thus due to an
accident The judge Inferred that
he had over estimated h'n capacity,
but finally let him go under a sus-
INFERNAL MACHINE ON
FRONT POOCH OF
Officer Jerry Kelllher answered a
call this morning from the residence
of Mrs Myers at 1523 Washington
avenue. When the officer arrived,
he found the family considerably
perturbed over what they thought
was a bemb, which was lying on the
front porch The suspicious object
was well wrapped and bound with a
! piece of copper wire, the wire evi
dently giving rise to the thought
that the package contained an ln-
i ic-rnal machine
The officer soon set their fars at
rest by an examination of the ob-
I Ject. which revealed a steam gauge.
I v bleb was taken to the station to be
' placid among the curiosities
The police have been kept busy of
late with similar calls Indicating the
nervous apprehensive Mute of mind
of many people sluce the blackhand
Convincing proof of the tremendous
Impression created by "The Merry
Countess" lies In the fact that It
packed the historic Casino theatre,
New York, to the walls for six
.Samuel E. Rork will preout this
musical romance at the Orphcum
theatre tomorrow night. There a re
threw acts. The first, at Count CU-
Sale o! Chiffoniers and I
Wardrobe Chiffoniers j I
i 1 l ,
m Wj x This week only Credit if you wi$h at Sale Prices. !
n ? Ka $16.00 Golden Oak Chiffonier, has 5 large drawers. I I
mf Jftwi Sale price $IL9 I
J) $35-00 Golden 0k Chiffonier, finished in the dull H
I aaiiLiJbi waxed finish, made in Grand Rapids by a high 1 I I
I ' WWpJ ' ' " , radc manufacturer. Special this week during 1 H
I WL fy) Bl sale $26.oo!
9 W 11 U $41.75 Maho gany Chiffonier, now $25.00 I rS ,
I h i t y ' 7 " I jji $47.50 Golden Oak Chifforobe, or wardrobe Chiffon- H
I f ijf' f(Ti ' $34-00 Chifforobe, in the golden oak $25.50 1 H
I M !f 43.00 Value, of excellent design, now $32.00 I
yip Wli1 00 Birds Eye Mapie chiffnier-made y ne of I
3! best makers it was ordered in combination
u WH 1 with dresser, but the party didn't have room for
i pj r both pieces. Sale price $40.00 I
BOYLE FURNITURE COMPANY j I
quot's Villa; second, the Arum Lily
club Prince Orloffsky's ball; and the
ktst, the Governor's House In the
New- Age Prison.
The New York Sun says "The
Merry, Countess, with ravishing
Strauss melodies brings to the Ca
sino Its most brilliant, success m
many years, while the Evening World
said: 'Go to the Casino and enjoy
B treat that Is rare on Broadway
You will find "The Merry Countess'
as captivating as a Strauss melody"
The Telegram describes It as
Viennese gaiety, a touch of London
comedv and New York electric qual
ity." But the above are only a few of
thc delightful things said by the New
York press There was but one
opinion, it was the greatest musical
success the Casino has ever known
Manager Rork promises the origi
nal production, Just as Been during
Its long run on Broadway. So, cheer
up, everybody, and smile all over and
Hecure seats well in advance. (Advertisement).
Last time tonight, Edison
'Talking Pictures at the Or-p-heum.
III TOE CITY
O E. Williams is building a resi
dence on Madison avenue, between
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets
that will cost about $1000.
The Rio Grande company today
took out a permit for the erection of
its depot on Twenty-fourth street
and Wall avenue, 6tating the cost of
the structure to be $20,600.
Have a good time at the
Eagle dance, Saturday night,
New York, Nov, 11. Conditions in
in.- stock market today favored a ral
ly Tho slump of yefterday brought
down prices to a level which result
ed In Increased buying for the long
The award of higher wages to con
ductors aud trainmen on eastern
roads was of little effect, as some
such compromise has been generally
expected. The upturn was helped
on by the more cheerful advices con
cernlng the Mexican situation, the
recovery in copper metal prunes
abroad, and the refusal of the courts
to enjoin New Haven's $67,000,000
Bonds were irregular.
Chicago, Nov. 11 Hogs Receipts
" : i Market slow at ; i-sterduy '
average Bulk. 57 :'' s If.. light.
7.658.20; mixed $7.65 8.26; heaw
17.6008:26; rough $7.50(8)7.50; pigs,,
$.6ufj 7 25.
Cattle Receipts 6000. Market,
steady Beeves, $6.769.86; Texas:
steers, $6.60(37.75; western, $6.0U i
8. 00, stockers and feeders. $fi.00$?
7.26; cows and heifers, $3.35g'8.25, I
calves, 57 00gll 25.
Sin ep Rec-elpus 26.000. Market
strong, generally 10 cents higher; na
tive $4 3595 40; western. $4,409
6.40; vearllngs. $5.506.25. lambs,
native, $6.25 8 00; western, $6.25
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City. Nov. 11 Hogs Re
ceipts 1700. Market steady Bull.,
$7.6007:90; heavy. $7.70(7 95;
packers and butchers, $7.657.95;
lights, $7.507.85; pigs. $6 00i7.30.
Cattle Receipts 19,000. Market
steadv. Prime fed steers. $8.75(5
9 50; dressed beef steers. $6.768.75;
western steers, $G.50Ji8 50; southern
Bteera, $6.0007.00; cows, $4 151&7.00;
heifers. $5. 259 00; stockers and,
feeders, $6.60 7.80; bulls, $4.50 I
7.00; heifers, 35 25 0 00 ; stockers
and feeders, $5 507.80; bulls, $4 50
r ou, calves, $6.00 TV 10 uO.
Sheep Receipts 16,000. Market
ready to 10 cents higher Lambs,
$7.25 8.00; yearlings, $5 50tfl6 25.
wethers, $4.50(S 5 25; ewes, $4 25TJ
Chicago, Nov 11 Butter Un
changed. Eggs Higher; receipts 3.-
760 cases; at mark, cases included, '
2823c; ordinary firsts, 30!Q'32c,
Potatoes Unchanged, receipts 80
New York, Nov. 11. Sugar Raw,
firm, muscovado. $3.04, centrifugal.
$3 51; mola-sses, $2 79, refined, quiet
South Orr.aha Livestock.
South Omaha, Neb., Nov 11. Cat
tle Receipts 5500 Market steady.
Native steers, $6 75 i 9 25. cows and
heifers, $5. 85ft.7.15; western steers.
$6.007.Sr. ; Texas steers. $5 659
7 10; rani;e cows and heifers, 55.50T;
7.00; calves. $6.509.75.
Hogs Receipts 17.000. Market
lower. Heavy, $7 657 80, lights.
$7.40 7.70; pics, $6.00 7.35; bulk of
tales $7.60 7 70.
Sheep Receipts 23.000 Market
higher Yearlings, $5.00 6.15; weth
ers, $4.505.20; Iambi, $7.00Tj 8 00.
Chl:ayo Casi Produce.
Chicago. Nov 11 Cash Wheat
No. 2 red 96 l-4(?96 l-2c; No. 3
red. 91 l-4ft94c; No. 2 hard, 87 1-,'Ti
. No 3 bard, l-2387c; No 2 -
northern 88TJ90i . No 3 northern. 85 I I V
87c; No. 2 spring, 87Tj'8Sc; No. 3
spring, 64 l-4Ti86c. velvet chaff, 85 I
(5-88 l-2c; durum. 81T86c If
Corn No L'. 71 l-2e; No 2 white, :
71 3-4 72c; No 2 yellow, 72c; No.
3, 71c; No. 3 new, 68 l-2c; No. 3
white, 712-4c; No. 3 yellow, 71 f
3-4c; No. 3 yellow new, 69c. S
Oats No. 3 white, 3S 3-439 l-4c:
standard. 40'o3-4c Rye, No. 3, 64
l-2c Barley, 54Ti80c. Timotbv.
i4 00TJ3 23 Clover. $11.0013.26. l
Pork. $20 75. Lard, $10.67 1-2. Ribs. M
CHICAGO GRAIN i
Chicago, Nov 11 Although wheat
prices hardened somewhat today, the j
advance was afterward more than 1
wiped out. Opening prices were un-
changed to l-4c higher and the mar- '
ket rose still further The ensuing j
decline, hou ever, carried quotations I H
well under last night's level j
Government crop figures and fine
weather pulled down corn. The
opening, which was l-4f(3-8 to 3-8c
off. was the beginning of a seem
Ingly continuous decline. j H
Oats sagged with corn and com
mission house support was barely
sufficient to hold the market from
a sharp break fl
First sales of provisions were un
changed to 7 l-.'c lower and an ad- JH
ditlcnal setback followed.
The wheat close whs nervous,
rancins from last night's figures to jfl
The corn close was steady at a fl
loss of l-43-8 to l-2T5 5-8c net.
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