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"T7 JHE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1915.
The Christmas Question What to Buy
I Just a Few Suggestions:
J NECKWEAR Dainty, always pleases. . .35c to $2.50
J HANDKERCHIEFS Hand embroidered to plain linen
I and lawn.
1 STOCKINGS The finest Silks and Lisle.
BED-ROOM SLIPPERS For baby, daughter and
mother. Soft warm Shawls and Hug-me-tights for
I Bootees Jackets, Bibs. Mittens. Sweaters. Dresses
, so many things for Baby can't mention all.
FURS, WAISTS, SUITS, COATS, BATH ROBES,
J Only a few short weeks to Christmas shop early and
! get the best at Holiday Prices,
i THE M. M. WYKES CO.
I STANDARD TELEPHONES
' For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department. Call Phone No. 56.
Ad rertlMn must have their copy
read for the Evening Standard the
evening before the day on which the
advertisement is to appear in order to
Returns Joseph Scowcroft of the
John Scowcroft A.- Sons company, re
turned home yesierday from a several
weeks' business t rip to the Atlantic
At Once Cood, clean, soft rags at
the Standard Office. Highest prices
Recovering X. O Ogden manager
of the N. O. Ogden company, is just
recovering from a serious Illness,
tffl 1 frhich has con.fln.ed him to IiIb bed for
H the past week
T Old Mats for sale at Standard office.
25 cents per hundred.
Converts Delayed The Mormon
convert?, who were due to arrive in
the city this morning, have been de
layed east of Omaha. They will
1 leave Omaha today and are expected
to reach Ogden on the morning of
1 November 28
i First-Class Auto Servile Call up
j Elite Cafe. Phone 72.
Goes to Texas I Stowp departed
today for Witchlta Falls, Texas, via
the Denver and Rio Grande.
At Once Good, clean, white rags
at the Standard Office Highest prices
Will Visit Relatives Mr and Mr?
rharles Francis left Ogden today to
visit relatives in Yanlen. Ill They
will travel over the Denxer and Rio
Wanted Clean rags, colored or
bite BruiK them to the Standard.
Departs for Leavenworth Mrs. D
rE. Gelger was a passenger on the
eastbonnd Denver & Rio Grande pas--erier-r
train today en route for Lea-
Ola papers for sale at the Standard
Ulflce, S5e r,er hundred
The manufacturers of B & G But
ter are satisfied with their success.
Their Butter has no equal In the
D . 1 state.
Again In the Hospital Fred Bro
phy. who was In the Cauyon wreck
m July 4, has returned to the Dee hos
pltal for another operation on his ln
, jured leg. The muscles of the leK at
'he point ot fracture are adhering
I to the bone and will have to be cut
W I loose.
j Final waluing contest Thanksgtv-
lug night at the Colonial. Grand
I prizes to he awarded
Thanksgiving in Logan Mr. and
r lira. Joseph A. West left for Logan
last night, where they will spend
Thanksgiving. Mr3. VVesl will be
with her sons Frank. Ray and
Charles several days. The two for
mer are prominent residents of Lo
gan and the latter is a student at
the Agricultural college.
Player Piano Messrs Arlngton
nnd Pawley. who have recently re
modeled the Lyceum theater for a
moving picture house, have received
a player piano with orchestral at
j tachmenl8 valued at $1000. The In
strument is of the very latest design
and was used for the first time lasr
Ward Dance A Thanksgiving dan
' c'mg party will be given in the
I Fourth ward hall tomorrow night un
j tier the auspices of the ward Sunday
school. The music will be furnished
by a five-piece orchestra
At the Dee Charles Spencp of Ev-
Bnflton, Wyo., Mr-? C I Richardson
of South Weber, and John Rung of
j Evansfon, Wvoming. have been ad
iniit-d to the Dee hospital for treat
City Board The city board of com-
missloners transacted no business this
morning The board adjourned to
Friday, at 10 o'clock, tomorrow being
h legal holiday.
Marriage Licences Marriage lien
sea have been issued to John Bffer
son and Neutina Terrell of Ogden;
drsvn R By bee and Emma C Bodily
of Syracuse; Silas Rowley of Spnne
tilen and Lucretia Anderson of Og
den; Carl L Anderson and Susie Hope
of Richmond; Robert Story and Mol
lie Fldler of Ogden. and tn William
owell of Plain City, and Violet H
I h : of West eber
Industrial School -The State Indus
trial school board of trustees is hold
ing the monthly meeting in Salt Lako
today. This evening the girls of the
school will be guests at the Elko'
show at the Orpheum, and twenty six
of the boys will be guests of Rev. F.
G Brainerd of the Congregational
church at the church building
From Toledo George Hennlng of
the Overland company, Toledo, Ohio,
is stopping a few days in Ogden Mr
Hennlg is registered at the Marion
Jordan's Manager T. J. Scanlon.
manager of Chris Jordan, the wres
tier, arrived In the city this morning
He is stopping at the Marion hotel.
Plngree Bank Case Judge F C.
Loofbourow of Salt Lake is hearing
arguments on a motion to strike out
certain parts of the defendant s an
swer and a demurrer, in the case of
J. S. Lewis against the Plngree Na
tional bank It lg expected that the
argument will take the time of the
judge all afternoon.
Suit for $78 Judge Harris Is heat
ing the suit of the Ogden Provisiot.
and Packing company against John
Ekin3 The suit was instituted to
recover $78 on an alleged open ac
count. It was first tried in the munici
pal court and appealed to the district
B V Hansen and W E Coroy
traveling passenger and freight
agents of the Chicago and Northwest
ern railway were in the city today.
J. A Boyd, general agent of the
Erie railroad, wa an Ogden visitor
W C. Shoemaker of Salt Lake,
City, traeling freight and passenger I
agent of the Colorado & Southern
railroad, 6pent the day In Ogden
H F Lambert, assistant general
freight and passenger agent of the
Colorado and Southern railroad with
headquarters in Denver, visited local
railroad officers today
Thanksgiving dinner at
Stimson Cafe, 2482 Washing
ton. L. J. Griffin, Mgr.
Cocoanut trees begin to bear at the
age of eight years
JEALOUS OF GREEK
Actuated, no doubt, by jealousy of
Tom Kardemes. a Greek grocerymun
of oR4 Twenty-fourth street, because
of his association with Mis Margaret
Steinheuser of Salt Lake, J. E. Hig
glnbotham addressed a letter to the
iieek threatening his life if he did
not Immediately leave the city.
While the letter has not yet been
shown to Hlgglnbofham. a number of
days ago the man voluntarily con
fessed that he had" written It. He
will likely not be presecuted for this
offense unless the slate authorities
should decide to file a complaint. The
federal officers are not disposed to
take up further cases except that
they be found to come strictly under
the law of using the mails to defraud.
It Is known that the relations of
the Greek and Mrs Steinheuser have
been quite frlendlv and that Higgin
hotham was Jealous of the Greek
grocer The letters to Mrs. Stein
heuser were to the effect that If siK
did not do certain things, her rela
tions with the Greek would be dls
closed. It is known that the lady se
cured money from the Greek at one
t'me by giving him n ring as security
and that subsequently she borrowed
the jewel and wore it for some time
later claiming to have lost It Thr
Greek had her placed in the handu
of an officer until she made a set
As a pretext for the letter Hlggln
hotham accused the Greek of sendlnp
to the penitentiary Eugene Brvant
the negro who burglarized his store
scm time neo and shot Officer John
Murphy in the. face while maklnc his
getaway The felloe pleaded KUilty
to charges of burglary and assault
with Intent to murder and was sen
tc-nced to the state penitential y for :i
Krrn of tep years for the first of'
fens and 30 years for the second
The letter was mailed August 22 anrj
reads as follows:
"Greek, you was the cause of our
friend going to the pen He had a
right In this country hut you have
none, but you will never send an
other tlu.-re for if you are in Utah
in t weeks you will be a dead man
His life Is good BS jour. If he cant
have his we will get yours."
(Signed I "his friends '
The handwriting is crude and un
even and composition Is not much
better than that of a poor grade stu
dent. It was written with pen and
ink on a small slip of paper Hlggln
bofham told the officers that he
wrote the letter in a backhand way
so as to disgu'se his writing as much
The letter addressed to Mrs Stein
heuser. September 2". was in the
form of an Invitation to come to Og
den and act as queen of a Greek car
nival in honor of the king of Greece.
It was signed in an anonymous Greek
name The second letter, however,
was a threat In obscene language
that if she did not keep away rrom
the Greeks she would be exposed to
her husband, but that if she would
be good and leave them alone no
harm would come to her.
Grand Concert, Thanksgiv
ing Night, First M. E. Church,
454 24th St. Silver offering.
Special Thanksgiving mat
inee, 2:30, Ogden Theater. -
01 MORE CASE IS
City health inspector George Short
en has released from quarantine the
families of the following:
H H. Rolapp. 2C2u Madison avenue,
and Reuben Saunders, 2047 Adams
avenue, who were quarantined for
small. ox and tho Martello and M
Col families who were quarantined
for chickenpox. The Martello famil.v
lives at 2568 Lincoln avenue and the
wwjfcmiing a mramnniim m bum Bsataaap iiiiimi m iiiiwi
I j THANKSGIVING
j HALF PRICE iff
j On All Trimmed Hats il
j JRjk These Hats are ' 'i
j H a11 new ard desirable
t goods and nothing' but
the latest designs and the
most fashionable styles.
W& N. L. SPUR.GEON
'gfcP 2372 Washington Ave.
A GOOD tVe? 70 TRADE
jtk Now tor Christmas
rWl JW. Friday will mark the actual beginning of Christmas I
fflr jTs-"" 'J2 yXt shopping. Of course, there has already been considerable
? fiJ ' fiTrniL llrara Christmas shopping, but beginning Friday most of the toys
I llljfmlml 'I X V' will be ready, Christmas goods generally will be on display I
Pff t v KS, m a" e ePartment5' anc Prudent shoppers will begin
j to take advantage of the first showings the better assort-
MtMlS; 'FffiV i - ' This year we will encourage early shopping by the p
jSpS ;Ji J iifc2 grJd'i SIPil!f most liberal "Lay-Away" plan. Our customers will have
N y f Jf C pr'v'ege f mam8 early selections and leaving the J
rC PCn n' Closed All Day
pWf Br'' .. JmmDr- Tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day these stores will be 4 t
' SX g-t? " closed all day. In order to accommodate those who can- i
T5 (jr" V V2 not shop during the day and who will want merchandise
(f-rjk VJaTu or nan88vn8 our tores will remain open until nine
rKPh3F o'clock tonight. All of those items advertised in the
5Qr i Thanksgiving Sale will be offered until closing time to-
Special Invents at Wrights' Stores Tonight I
Basement Sale of Staple Cottons at Low- Unusual Offering of New model Corsets of '
Household Needs. ered Prices. Silks and Dress Goods. $1.50 Value 98c. S
Sale of Girls' Fall and Last Day of the Table Advance Sale of High Bargain Shoes in the
Winter Coats. Linen Sale. Quality Furs. Shoe Basement.
Self-Basting Turkey Ladies' Suits at $9.95. Basement Sale of Boys' Continuation of the
Roasters. Values to $40.00. Suits. Special Sale of Blankets. I
McCools at W Tuonty ninth
The home of Tobe Chilris at 268
Twenty-second street was quarau
tincd yesterday for smallpox
"Alias Jimmy Valentine,"
all this week, Ogden Theater. -
FIRST GAME IS
The Weber academy basketball
boys, accompanied b; Manager My
ron Mclntyre and Coach Malcoli.i
Wat9on will leave for Grants-, ille it
1 p. m. tomorrow where they will play
the first game of the season with the
team from the Grantsvllle high school
They will go to Salt Lake City on the
Bamberger train and -sill finish the'r
journey over the San Pedro.
The game will be an auspkious one
for Grantsville, In that It will open
the new gymnasium that has just beeu
added to the Grantsville high school,
j and a celebration will follow
The following lineup will represent
Weber in the Grantsville game:
Kelnap, left forward; Bassett. right
forward. RiphardB, (enter; Kerrln,
right guard. Herberts, left guard; and
Layman, Harris and Miller will ac
company the team as substitutes
Thanksgiving Dance will be
given by Woodmen of the
World, Webe r Camp No. 74,
Thursday, Nov. 27th. Re
freshments and exhibition drill,
i Good time assured all.
CHIEF CLERK li THE
I OFFICE OF BROPHY
Harry R Bowen. who has been act
ing as chief clerk in the office of G.
O Brophy, assistant division superin
tendent of the lTnion Pacific, since
September 28. has resigned his posi
tion to accept a more remunerative
ODe In Seattle.
Mr Bowen's parents reside in Seat
tie and he expects to leave for his
new position about December 3.
Mr. Bowen s successor has not been
"Alias Jimmy Valentine,"
all this week, Ogden Theater. - t
TO ACT AS JORORS
The following have been selected
to appear an Jurors In the two divi
sions of the district court in Decent
Ogden Fred Lundb-rK. C M Clay
Abner B. Vance, Band ;. Pickett. K
Ncuteboom. John J McGregor. Thorn
as Erickson, Jesse Fowers. John W
heeler. Edward A. Olsen William
L Russell. James W Mkens. Oliver
M Kunyon. James V McKenna Will
iam B, Moore. Robert Reynolds, James
S Macbeth, William Allan. James S.
Carver, and Samuel R Drake
Plain City Peter C. Poulsen, L
R Jenkins and Wiliiaoi England, Jr
North Ogden Charles W Jone?.
Randall- David E. Randall.
Liberty Robert V. Baib-y
Eden- Jam en A. Thompson and
lluntsville R C. Hansen,
Kauesville John Sargent
Ogden A J Chamberlain, Charles
Carlson, J Lundquist, Albert C Tres
eder, Jamea M. White. Carl E. Peter
son, Samuel Drysdale, Oscar I Read,
Henry D Moore, J. R Horspool, Will
iam T. Sttlrweli; Edw. H DeLamater
Thomas E Browning, Leroy Farley.
F. W Baker. William W. Richardson
Oman H. Butler, J. C Lindsay. P, W
Kntseiy, C. H. Keller and William E
North Ogden William J Campbell
and Albert G Ward.
Burch Creek James N Clark.
Pleasant View -Wiiford S Cragun,
Harris vllle William Year, i
Kanesville William H. Chard
Hooper Thomas M. Jones Jr
Huntsvllle Francis Bingham
Plain City John Maw
FOUR DIVORCE CASES
Samuel McClure has rommenced
suit for divorce In the district court
against Frances McClure. charging de
sertion The parties were married at
Washington, D C February 2S, 190"
and the defendant deserted her home
November l, 1911'.
On the grounds of desertion, Chns
C. Slater has been granted a cree of
divorce from Pearl Slater
Lucy Iee, on her counterclaim
charging cruelty, has been released
from the bonds of matrimony from J.
Ruth Marshall has been divorced
from James B Marshall because of
his failure to provide.
LAST CAME OF THE
The American game of football
makes its last 1913 appearance on
In the east the battle between the
Army and Navy Is attracting the at
tention of all.
In the west the most important bat
tle, In th eyes of Ogden followers,
is the game between Granite and
Ogden high schools.
Many proclaimed that the local
Leys last week would meet with an
other overwhelming defeat at the
lands of Salt Iake high. But those
who sow last Saturday's game, saw
th- Orange and Black go down In
the most glorious defeat ever wit
nested in Ogden. Salt Lake high
had no trouble with Granite and af
tcr Ogden's splendid showing It Is
doubtful tf we will either
Coach Romney Is confident. The
team Is confident and last but not
least, the students, are confident
ThlB afternoon a rousing assembly
was held Songs and yells were
practiced, speeches were made. Og
den has had a fine season and the
prospects are bright for next year
The klckoff In the game tomorrow
will be at 2:30 p. m
After the game, the athletic dance
will be given In the high school audi
JACK TURNER GIVEN
J5 DATS IN JAIL
Judge Reeder's daily performance
was so devoid of excrement this mor
ning that part of his regular audience
left before It was over. Jack Tur
ner, the man who wanted to frame
up a game of poker with J. H. White,
and upon the latter's refusal to "aee
It" bis way, bounced hiB fist on
Whites face, breaking that very im
portant part of his unsuspecting vie
tim'3 face, received a sentence of 7o
days In jail Jack was the only one
on the calendar, however, to receiv.
an Invitation to Jalier Hagbert An
derson's Thanksgiving dinner.
The case against James Moigan,
charged with having stolen goods in
his possession, was dismissed, as was
also the case of Herbert Salter, charg
ed with assault
Pete W illiams, who was booked for
agrancy. 'forfeited $10 bail.
J Morris a sleeping drunk wag al
lowed to go with a five-day suspended
An Interpreter was called In the
case of George Drakus, a Greek, aa
neither of the officials arc "up" on
that language Through the Interpret
er. they learned why Drakos had been
tound without visible means of sup
port and on his promise lo take care
not to let It happen again. Judge
Reeder allowed him to go.
Sam Whltken, an employe of the
Phoenix Construction company, was
arrested, pleaded guilty, was lectured
and discharged, all in the space of
fifteen minutes, which is "some'
nulck Justice WhJtken was arrested
by Officer Reast for leaving his team
loose on the Btreet
Jesus Florls. a drunk, was given a
five-day suspended sentence
MASTER TED WELCH
On Tuesday. November 25 at 4 p
m.. Master Ted Welch entertained SC
of his young friends at his home No
129 Poplar avenue, the event being
his seventh birthday Games and oh
er pastimes were Indulged In At ti
o'clock a delightful supper was sered
and the birthday cake being lighted
with seven miniature candles.
Mrs G. A Welch was assisted in
Borvlng b Mrs. P. L Odermatt and
Mrs Oliver Hanson Those present
Miss Irraa Monagan, Miss DoroCiy
Mitchell. Miss Blanche Biro. Miss No
ra Kelliher. Miss Bernlce Ford. Miss
Dorothy Roach, Miss Mildred Jenson.
Miss Violet Bird. Miss Dorothy Stahr.
Miss Catherine Boyle. Miss Gladys
Clevenger. Miss Marie Emmett Mfaa
Madeline Kelliher. Mlsa Jule Cfcfrill
er. Miss Gladys Eastman. Miss Lllaa
Odermatt. Miss Leta Sherman, Mm
Nellie Welch. Mis Florence Bird.
Masters Glen Bird, Kenneth Welch.
Stahr Llghtncr. Charles Eastman Ies
t BmBMtl Nathan Roach Howard
Fellows, Walter Odermatt, Ray Han
son. Ned Monagan, and Ted Welch.
X Ray apparatus has been Invented
for killing the tiny parasites that eat
Bmall holes In leaf tobacco
LOPEZ MAY BE IN AN
: ABANDONED HE
! NEAR STOCKTON
Sheriff T. A -eVlne of Ogden Utfr
I phoned from Eureka this morning that
he Joined a party of man hunters In
automobiles for the Cherry Creek
country, which is about sixty mile;
west of Eureka, in search of Ralph
Lopez, the bandit
The sheriff stated that trace of the
Mexican had been found in that di
rectlon and that the Impression pre
vailed among the officers that the
man a capture is certain.
The pursuers are all heavily armed
and they can travel a long distance,
in a day over the desert countn,
which is not so rough but that an
auto can be driven almoBt an where
except in the mountain district Mr.
DeVine said the Indications are that
the Mexican has about 24 hours the j
Blart of the officers Put that the ma
chines will 60on overcome the di
tance he could travel In that time
Later indications are that Lopez has j
taken the back track and, Instead -
continuing toward the south or weat
from Tintlc valley, has turned north
and refuge in the great tunnel of y
the Honorine mine near Stockton,
which is In the south part of Tooele
Late thla afternoon. It was learn
ed that the man seen entering the
Honorine tunnel was not Lopez.
Eagles' Thanksgiving Dance
Thursday night. 7-piece or
chestra. Come enjoy yourself. I
AT HEADQUARTERS OF S
FOREST SERVICE '1
IN OGDEN I
Forest Supervisor James M. R7n
of Lamoille. Ne . Is in Ogden to do
detail work at the forest headquar
ters. He recently returned from
Lemhi, Idaho (h
Alfred Larson, former clerk U
Humboldt forest. Neada, If corT'
ring with District Forester E a
Sherman as to again taking up to
forest work. Mr. Larson has recen
Iv been engaged in the sheep BJPJ t
' Deal but now he Is desirous of ag'"
entering In the forest service. y
Beginning next week, detail o
will be instituted In earnest at neso
quarters but this year the
ore will be require o PJ
one week at the office ,f j t
taea remained four weeks- B. 'I
Mrs Florence 1 Shaft fjfg
er of the forest sen Ice. 3fj
for Washington. D. C. LjS
Hpcnd a month Inspecting IWJJJ
raphy department with a
making Improvements ,n.. d tB.
ment In Ogden. She ,n
other thirty days visiting relative
I Pantages Vaudevie I 1
I Special Holiday Matinee J
I THANKSGIVING DAY 2 I , W
I Two Show, at Night- Prlc I