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OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH. TUESDAY, NOVEM' 18. 1913.
THE NOVEMBER WEEK OF SPECIALS
$20.00 Plush and Caricul Coats $12.75
$1 5.00 Astrakhan Coats $10.00
$6.50 Pony Cloth Coats $4j
Messaline Silk Dresses, navy, black, wine $9.95
Serge Dresses, navy, brown and black $5.95
Children's Coats at Sale Prices.
Special November Prices on Suits.
I THE M. M. WYKES CO.
I STANDARD TELEPHONES
For Editorial, Newi and Society
department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Deoartment, Call Phone No 66.
Advertisers must have their copy
r-ady for the Evening Standard the
evenintr before the day on which the
advertisement ia to appear In order to
Woolgrowera -January 14 1h the
date set for the annual meeting of
the Utah Woolgrowers association, ac
cording to arrangements made yes-
ItTday The meeting will be In Salt
Lake and a number of Ogdon meif
who ftM members, expect to attend.
At Once Good, clean, soft rags at
the Standard Office. Highest prices
Garment Workers A Rrand hail
will be given at the New Colonial to
night by ib United Garment Workers
union The committee have arrang
ed a fine program of entertainment
i and their friends are invited to at-
' j ' ; j tend.
Old Mats for sale at standard office
25 cents per hundred.
Miosionary Dance A character ball
hns been arranged to take place next
Friday night at the Third ward Craw
ford's orchestra will furnish the mu
nir- and prizes will be given for the
beet sustained characters. The pro
ceeds oi the party will be sent a6 a
present to the missionaries from the
I H j ward.
Flrat-Claaa Atrto Service Call op
Elite Cafe. Phone 72.
Receipts $1400 At the meeting cf
the Martha society yesterday reports
-ri submitted which set the total :f
receipts from the recent Charity ball
at more than $14ihi Part of this will
be paid out for expenses but a goodly
portion will be left to aid the society
In Its work
At Once Good, clean, white rags
at the Standard Office. Highest prices
Ely Visitors Mrs James Willough
by and daughters of Ely. Nevada, are
the guests of Mrs George Hogan.
I Old papers for sale at the Standard
Office, 26e per hundred
Loses $176 J, M. Lentz. the sur
eyor, has lost n purRe containing ?1"
in monn), Jewels and keya. ell of
v hu h are valued at 5175. He Is
offerine a liberal reward to any one
finding the same
Best building lot In city. 13th St.
addition. Phone 479 603 12th St.--Pon't
miss the Garment Workers'
Hanee at the Colonial Hall. November
Daughters of Pioneers The general
hoard of the Daughter of the Plon
eera will meet at the home of Mrs
James Wotherspoon at 444 Twenty
first street, next Friday at 2 p. m
From Halley, Idaho Mrs. C S
Shepard of Halley, Idaho, is visiting
In the city and Is registered at the
Don't miss the Garment Workers'
Dance at the Colonial Hall. November
Waa Member of Choir Mrs Nana
Fry Bullen and son of Salt Lake City
are visiting relatives in the city. Mrs.
Bullen was formerly a member of the
Ogden Tabernacle choir and has many
friends here Mr Bullen is a pay
ing teller In one of the large hanks
of Salt Lake City
The manufacturers of B & G But
ter aro satisfied with their success.
Their Butter has no equal in the
The Globe theatre Is presenting a
Biograph comedy written by William
G. Rackham of Ogdon. Utah.
Two Arrivals Matthew Gait h
M-earinp t V .. umilr. tVint n-nnt .mA
I off. The stork visited his family
twice In two days both be.lne girls
daughter of Mr OalL, Mrs John Way
ler of Kerman, Cal . giving birth to
a daughter on November 12 and a
daughter-in-law, Mrs M A Gait Jr.,
receiving one on November 14th.
At the Dee James Cole George
McHugh and Mrs. H W. Eager of
Ogden and W N Taylor of Coke
vllle. Wyo, havo been admitted to
the l ee hospital for treatment.
Marriage Licenses Marriage li
cense have been issued to Chauncy
Child of Clinton and Lauretto E
Price of Metropolis. Nevada. Newell
Rlchens and Martha J Douglas of
Grouse Creek. Idaho. Henry A. Jen
Ken of Ogden and Anna A. Hunter of
Taylor; Parley Marriott of Warren
and 8arah Charlton of West Weber
and to George H. Ball of Coalville
and Violet D Ntelaon of Roy.
mm REAL ESTATE
HB The following real estate transfers
jH have been placed on record in tbo
county recorder' office:
mEH Charles Felt to his wife Maggie
HfiB Fell, a part of the northeast quar-
SBB ter of section 21, township r, north.
BH range 2, east of the 8alt Iake merid-
jB Ian Consideration SI.
HH Madeline Ford to James Welch a
BH' Part of lot 4, block 9. plat A. Ogden
HH survey. Consideration 1
BH Carrie E. Bichsel to Frederick Al
HH lj-'rt Bertill, lots 17 and 18, block 22,
H Bichsel a sub-dlvlalon, Ogden surrey.
George H. Tribe and srife to Rose
H1 Kuhn. part of lot 8. block 32. plat
A, Ogden survey. Consideration fl.
SATUROHTS GAME !S
BIG SPORT EVENT
Local patriotism will be called Into
full action next Saturday afternoon
at Glonwood when the Ogden High
school football team meaaure
strength, agility and science with
rhclr ancient foes, the eleven from
tho Salt Lake High
This will be the only opportunity
of the season to see these two teams
together, as the annual Thanksgiv
ing day game between them is not
on the schedule this year.
Coach Lon Romney and the Orange
I and Black squad expect the enthu
siastic support of the local fans to
help them to carry off the honors.
The Ogden High school team is
practicing every night and. with the
renewed confidence growing out of
the good showing against the heavy
U. of U Freshmen last Saturday af
ternoon, the boys will put up the
game of their lives
Coach Romney predicts a contest
that will be well worth seeing. as tho
ttAttiB are closely matched and both
have Improved since the beginning
of the season. In the former game. I
which was played In Salt Lake early
In the season, the Salt Lake team
won by the score of 13 to 3, all the
points being made in the last quarter
The advantage which the locals
will have In playing on the home
grounds with plenty of loyal rooters
. .. ml.lv ...i n-llV. , ...mn.-ei.A Iklan.
ing. should bring them the victory in
next Saturday's game.
The lineup of the Ogden High
school eleven will be practically the
same as it was in last Saturday s
Salt Lake Comment.
The Salt Lake Tribune has the toi
In ing gossip on high school football
"By defeating Coach Worth wines
Boise team Saturday, by y to 2, the
Salt Lake high school football eleven
may now lay claim to the champion
Bhip of the high school division of the
' Last year tho Boise (earn won the
title by trimming the Oak Park hlc.li
school of Chicago, who invaded the
west and played post -season games
The Lincoln high school of Portland
alBo won from the Chicago school. The
Boise school has a game scheduled
with Portland on Thanksgiving day. to
be played In Boise Should Boise win.
Salt Lake will be the undisputed
"Boise followers declare that if last
year's team had played the result
would have been different. They de
clare that Worthwlne had to develop
many new men and that their team
this year was the lightest that has
ever represented tile school.
"Only four of Boise's old men came
back to school this year They were
Captain and Quarterback Vernon
Brown. Left End Edward Horrie. Left
Tackle Robert Robinson and Center
"Salt Lake was ou: weighed four
pounds to a man. They bad ihrs
men from last year's team, but two
a-nro ri'i ii n p In rtrta 1 1 1 rn a ontirfllv n "l
to them. Bill Goodrich, who played
tackle last year, was shifted to full
back and Zoh Jessen was shifted from
end to tackle Both boys have given
a good account of themselves Harry
Kllpatrick and Captain Ken Yeates
are the other old men.
"Tho next game for the west sidnrs
will be with Coach Lon Romney's
fast coming Ogden team. The gam"
will be played at Glenwood park tu
Ogden Saturday The showing of tho
Junction City lads against the
freshmen was far better than that of
the Albion academy of Idaho
"The freshmen backfleld. which has
been tearing up tho high school lines
in past games, was able only to make
small gains and the stonewall defensti
of Ogden's line saved them from hav
ing many more points scored on them
Ogdon also made- a touchdown.
"One thing that has been sadly lack
ing In Ogden is the student body's
Bupport In past games played In Og
den, the attendance has scarcely been
700 The students are with the
team when they aro winning, but If
the team loses a few games, the in
terest dies down. The Athletic asso
ciation is barely able to pay the op
posing team's expenses
"Romney is endeavoring to create
spirit for Saturday's game and hoped
to have a good attendance Five hun
dred students of the Salt Lake high
school will attend the game They
will leave Salt Lake on the 11 o'clock
train and will return after the game.
If Salt Lake wins, a big snake dance
will be held In Ogden after the
New York. Nov. 18 Sidney Moul
throp, the stenographer arrested on
a charge of forgery made by Senator
J Haml'ton Lewis of Illinois, waived
extradition proceedings at hi ex
amination thta afternoon and said he
wanted to return to Washington at
once to stand trial. He waa turned
over to United States Marsh-il Hen
kel Marahal Henkel ssJd he prob
ably would taJte Moulthrop back with
I Read the Classified Ada
SOLID BEDROCK BEING
UNCOVERED IT TOE
At tho meeting of the city board
of commissioners this morning. May
or A. G Fell presented a eomraunlca
Hon from the city engineer giving the
Information that the prospects of
continuous bedrock at the Cobbl
Creek damsite are much improved.
The city engineer visited the site
a few days ago with assistant State
F.nglneer (Jlrlcfa and made a careful
'vamlnation He states that the frac
Mire at the upper edge of the frac
tured zone is assuming a more defin
ite trend and that solid rock on ei
ther side of the fracture Is more regu
larly defined, with the dip of the rock
on both sides Indicating that the frac
ture is gradually closing.
At the lower edges of the fracture
excavation discloses satisfactory cou
ditlons and the formation has every
Indication of solid bedrock, and that
It Is certain that should other frac
tures occur they they will be smallei
than the one at the upper end of the
Mayor Fell states that the pros
pects for firm bedrock are most en
couraglng The communication which
he sent to the board was received
and placed on file
David O. McKay's report of the ex
pendlture of 200 donated by tho city
for the pioneer pageant was received
On the recommendation of Commis
sioner T Snmuel Browning superin
tondent of the department of public
safety, the application of Louis Pran
til for a license to conduct a rooming
house at 220 Twentyfifih street
which Is the Central hotel, was gran
The claim of tho Ogden River Res
ervolr company for 11,682.06, payment
for one-half the work done on the
Gobble Creek damsite, during the
month of October . as allowed am!
tho auditor Instructed to draw a war
rant for the amount
ARE YOU A DANE?:
Don't make any difference you
are cordially invited to attend the
Danish Brotherhood Masquerade ball,
Friday, November 21. Eagles' hall,
Hudson avenue, 8 3m p m . 50c per
couple, extra lady 2.Sc If you don't
come we'll both be sorry
DOGWAY ROAD WILE
BE DDT OF TBE
The maada-m workt rs tor I li c!f. ,
will complete their operations cn the,
dugwaj canyon road thl9 week and:
the crusher will be closed for the win
A good road has been built from
the Sanitarium ruins at the mouth r
Ogden canyon to a point well up the
dugway and It Is renewed at the top
of the dugway and will be completed
to Twenty first street on Harrison
Commissioner I C Nye, suporin
tendent of streets states that he a
well pleased with the road and that,
after it has Beetled through the win
ter H undoubtedly will be one of the
beat roads of the county He says
that the crusher will bo closed at the
end of the week and will not be used
again until spring
CALLED FOR JOST
SERVICES ;N THE
The following special venire of
jurymen has been summoned to serve
in Judge N. J. Harris' division of the
Ogden Walter J Hovt. J. P Bar
ton. William H. Collins. A M. Wahl
berg, Alex Lee: Lester Scoville, Wil
liam G Rackham, Max Davlcrson.
Carl G Edllng, George A. Holt. Dan
P. Stephens, Robert L Crosble. Clar
ence E. Porter. Charles C. Thatcher.
Ambrose A. Shaw. C W. Tripp. Jo
seph S. Campbell, John E Batchelor,
C. H. Lamed, A B Wright
Fan- West James Martin, Jr
Pleasant View Herbert M. Rose.
Wilson T. J. Wilson, Jr., Tyler
West Weber William H. Jardlne,
North Ogden John EL Warren.
Roy Arthur G Jones
Hooper John H Naisbltt.
Burch Creek William Fowles.
FIR8T WARD W. C. T. U.'
Mrs. Brown, 3042 Adams avenue,
will be hostess to the First Ward
W. C. T. U. ladles tomorrow at her
home. The meeting will be called at
METHODIST LAIDES' AID
The Ladies Aid society of the
Methodist church will meet Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o clock with Mrs.
Carr. 1341 Twenty fifth street. Mrs.
Roberta and Mrs Beason will assist
Mrs. Carr In entertaining and all
member.- and their friends are ex
tended an InWtatlou to be proeent.
HOSTESS TO PA8T GUARDIANS.
Mrs. M J Plans will be hostess to
'he Past Ouardlans club at her h a I
2626 Lincoln avenue. Thursday eve
nlng, November 20.
KEPT THEIR MARRIAGE
A SECRET SINCE j
Early in September, entirely an
known to the people at large. Ogden
and North Ogdrn became more close
y united by way of Farmington The
cause of this Homing paradox muse
be laid to Dan Cupid for he it was j
who brought Mr and Mrs Mbert
Whltmcyer to the gateway of the
Elyalan fields of bliss. The new
I of their marriage Just became know n
Mr Whitmeyr Is a son of George
hltmeyer. the well known local con-1
tractor, and a member of the firm of I
Whltmoyer & Sons of this city and
Mrs. Whitmeyer was formerly Miss I
Ora Marshall, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J Marshall of North Ogden.
Both are popular among a large cir
cle of acquaintances The young
couple left today for Salt Lake Cit..
where they will visit.
Deaths and Funerals
STEVENS James William Stevens
died at 3 .30 p. m. yesterday at his I
home In Preston. Idaho Death was
due to Brtghts disease. He was the:
fourth son of the late Sidney Stevens
and Is survived by his wife, five bro
thers and five sisters. The remains I
were brought to Ogden this afternoon.
Funeral arrangements announced la
PAINE Bishop Robert McQuarrie j
will conduct the funeral of Mrs
Sarah M. Palno which will be held in
the Second ward meeting house to
morrow at 2 p m. The Interment
will be in tho city cemetery.
EN ROUTE TO CHICAGO
Miss Ruth Lissack of Reno, Ne , !
was an Ogden visitor yesterday. Miss I
Ussack Is on her way to Chicago
where'an extended visl will be spent !
with her aunt Mrs. Thomas Balmer, j
1045 Hollywood avenue.
GRIEF ft I, NORTON
Speaking of rewards offered for
the capture of the blackmailers, Chief
W. f. Norton states that ho Is pleat
ed that the amount la reaching a
point where encouragement for up '
er activity to catch the men is offer
ed. He says also that ho is certain
that more money will bo offered in
the near future. He has not yel re
celved word from the Southern Pa
cific company, but Is quite certain
that the old reward will stand.
Tho railroad rewards do not , ,
to the capture of the blackmailers
but the chief Is quite certain tuir i!u
same parties committed the sen- of
crimes, including the train robberies.
Chlet Norton s summary of re
City and county $ 2min
Oregon Short Lire ,"
Southern Pacific S
State of Utah 6500
cuiei morion says mere are no
new traces as to the Identitfj of the
fellows who have terrorised the peo
ple here for some time in tho pas,
but that the men who have In hand
! the matter of getting the men are not
Overlooking any chip He things 11
is a question of only a iittle time
until the fellows will be run down
and brought to justice
Although the foot prints of men
supposed to have fired upon Detec
tive David Edwards Sunday morning
on west Seventeenth street Indicated
that they were stationed behind
bushes on, the north side of the
street, near the McChcsney home,
the detective stated to Chief of Po
lice W. I Norton at the Dee hospital
yesterday that he Is certain he was
fired at from both sides 6f the road
Mr. Edwards stated to the officer
that when he received the word to
stop he was immediately fired at and
that the first wounds were 6o nau
seating that he was unable to re
turn the fire with anything like his
He denied that he had said h
knew who shot him or that his as
sailants were not the blackmailers
He said that he always had been on
friendly terms with the officers of
the law, both in the sheriffs office
and the police department
The wounded detective is improv
ing rapidly and It Is thought that it
will not be a great while before he
will be able to get out. He Is now
permitted to git up In bed with pil
lows as props
;nfj officers of tre
; k. of c now in
Ai the regular meeting of Ogden
Council No. 777 Knights of Colum
bus held last evening, the Installa
tion of officers was held State Dep
uty W E. Roche. Installed the newly
elected ae follow:
r J P Dlnneen, G K . J Flaber.
D g K ; w. J. Dermody. C; J a.
Junk, R S ; L J Healj F S . J J
O'Connor. T.; VY. S. O'BrleOl A.;
John Mack V Carl Blac. I G , J
V Ladd. T.
S. A. Maglunls. past state deputy
of Salt Lake was present
A buffet lunchton was served st
i the close.
M This Week J
Beet Harvest I
ARE BEINC MADE
F A Stratford is building an add!
tion to his residence on Twenty-second
street, between Jefferson and Ma
ilison avenues, that will cost In the
neighborhood of Sirino.
Mary Peterson is making Improve
ments at her residence on Thirty I
fifth street, between Grant and Wash
ington avenues, that will cost about
At his residence on Ogden avenue
between Thirty-second and Thirty
third sireets. Thomas Evans is spend
President Peter Kasius of the We
ber Academy Alumni association has
made the announcement that the
first "Alumni day" at the Academy
will be celebrated next Friday, be
ginning with a program at 9 a. m .
which will be carripd out as fol
Solo Lawrence Greenwell 10
Address of Welcome
Lorenzo Richards president of the
Student Pod .
Peter Kasius. pretldenj of the
Alumni association IS
Address. "The Acorn"
Clyde Lindsay '04
Address, " Athletic '
William McKay -06
Reading Llla Ecrles '10
Address, "The Alumni"
Lawrence Richards '11
Piano solo Beatrice Brewer '11
Th morning program will be held
In connection with the general morn
irg assembly of tho student body and
will last about one hour
For the evening, an elaborate" en
tertainment has been prepared which
will begin with a basketball game
between the Alumni and. the preaenl
Academy teamp. The alumni will
preaeut a team of "sfarB" and expect
to give the regular team a good hard
game and one that will prove rx- I
Following the basketball, a recap
tion will be held by the Alumni as
sociation which will Include danc
IBS, refreshments and other features.
Seattle, Wash.. Nov. 18 The pro--'r-slve
element or the American
federation of Labor was voted down
twice thi morning when the con
vention In Bession here defeated two
' constitutional amendments of a slm-
I liar nature having to do with the
payment of strike bwneSts The
first measure would have given the
executive council "discretionary '
Power to authorize payment to new
ly organized unions the members of
which were locked out or discharged
for having organized. The aecood
substituted "the? for discretionary "
I The vote on the first was 69 to 113;
I on the second 74 to 142
Advocates of amendments declar
ed the Industrial Workers of the
World had accomplished much that
the federation had been unable to
do because of the provision of the
constitution making strike benefit
available only to those who had been
members of a union at least a year
"I have heard enough about Indus
trial Workers of the World charging
the American Federation of Labor
with not doing Its duty." declared
President Gompers It will be a
sorry day for labor when we stoop
to meet the frivolous, purposeless
charges made by that sort of peo
'' Every time they pave made a
row we have been called upon to
pny the fiddler and the piper. I don't
think we should be disturbed by
what they think of us "
President Gompers declared the
adoption of the amendments would
bankrupt even the treasury of the
United States were that at the dls
pesal of the federation.
MRS. TOWER WANTS
Philadelphia, Nov. 18 Two hun-
dred thousand dollars Is the amount
of damages claimed by Mrs. Georg
enna Burdlck Tower, who declares j
she Is the wife of Charlemagne Tow
er, Jr.. who ha sued Charlemagne
Tower, Sr , for alleged alienation
of the affections of his son. The
complainant began her Bult against
Mr Tower, Sr. who was former
'merii in ambassador to Germany,
on October 9, but did not file a state
ment of damages until today. She
declares in her suit that she was ,
married to Younrc Tower In New
Haven, Conn., in June, 1911, and she
alleges that since then Mr. Tower.
Sr.. has Induced his Bon to leave her
and has alienated the son's affec
tions from her
IS BEING ARRANGED
Washington. Nov. 18 Arrange
ment of a program for the adminis
tration currency bill was taken up
today b lierniK-rat senators Chair
man Owen ot the banking c ommit tej
will present the bill with a divided
report tomorrow. Talk of a Demo
cratic caucus was revived The sug
,;.Mion was made that If the bill as
prepared by the six administration
senators of the committee were taken
Into a caucus, and possibly attended,
probably the Democratic majority
might be bound to support It.
The steering committee conferred
but took no action. It will meet
again Thursday. The discussion de
veloped a wide divergence of opiu
lon on adjournment
At the White House it was stated
that President Wilson was opposed
to an adjournment of congress as he
wlahed continuous consideration of
the currency bill.
WIRES CUT ALONG
THE COPPER RANGE
Calumet. Mich. Nov. 18 Tele
phone dispatching fr'lres an1 tele
graph wires were cut along the cop
per range railroad last nlgnt. de
moralizing truin service for several
I hours Striking copper miners, in
censed at the company for bringing
non-union men to the mines, wen.
blamed for the vandalism.
George Gesorlch. a striker, wound
ed last night at Superior mine In an
attack on Pier Hanthy. a non
union workman, will live. Hansathy J
and Peter Spehar, an alleged assail- a
ant oi Hansathv. were arrested.
BESIDES BEING OBVIOUS.
Miss Pasaay Don't you think If 1
horrible to ask one's age?
Miss Keen Yes; and It's often so i
unnecessary. Boston Transcript.
BEE THAT AS IT MAY
Mother (to park pollcemani M !
little boy wants to sec the rnemkey.
i an you direct us to the apiary
HER FIRST PICTURE
SINCE TITANIC SANK
Mrs. John Jacob Astor.
Thts is the first photograph o I
Mrs. John Jacob Astor, who was
former Miss Madeline Force.
the Titanic disaster, in which m
huaband lost his life. With Mrs.
AatOT is the colonel's favorite 0 I
whirh is her faithful company
CARD OFTHANK& c
We desire to extend our sincere
heartfelt thanks to our friends JJ
neighbors for their raan arts o.
ness and assistance abon u ;
Ing th- late Illness and death ,
I mother, also for the n
beautiful floral nfTrins Dd I
Clall) do we thank "'r loill.- !
6. F and A M and Ogden lo U
No. 7. B P I G
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