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Furnished & Credit
I Let Us Surround You With All the
H Comforts of Home
Perhaps we won't be able to provide you with all the
comforts, but we can furnish you with the greater majority
m of them.
Our list of furniture-and other lines of home furnishings
if long our varieties broad and our prices we know cannot
be bettered and in many cases cannot be anywhere near
When You Want to Go to Housekeeping,
When You Want to Improve Your Home
Me sure to come and let us show you what we've provided for
I . ,
Ik Man Who
the discriminating buyer is
the man to whom we like to
An inspection will prove
I of benefit to you. It will at
I least show you that nowhere
: are better values found than
r. Open late this evening
(Closed all Thanksgiving
1 STORE WILL
" OPEN UNTIL
Unusual Spirit of Liberality
Greets Solicitors For Sixth
' Put me down for S10.00 worth of
merchandise.'' said one grocer today
te the lady solicitors for the Sixth
Ward Carnival" and I want to say
that I make the contribution gladly.
You people of the Sixth ward are en
titled to some help."
And that is indicative of the spirit
which seems to prevail among busi
ness people with regard to the Car
nival which the Sixth warders will
give Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
December 4th. Bth and fith in the old
Klinp building on Twenty fourth
One of the main features of the
affair will be the Dining room for
which extensive preparations are al
ready under way The Relief soclet
of the ward, which organization 16
famouB for the number of excellent
cooks among its members, will have
th's department in charge They are
preparing to feed all of the business
men la town on the daye mentioned
and to feed them well for the va
rlous dishes will be prepared at home
by the aforesaid Relief Society cooks.
"This soliciting business is usually
a ven- unpleasant Job," said one of
the ladles today, but this time we
have been received so cordially and
treated with such big-heartedness
that it has been a pleasure."
THE ARMY TEAM
More Coaches Arrive at West
Point to Assist in Finish
Annapolis, Md , Nov 26. Doubts
as to the make-up of the eleven that
will meet the American cadets at
New York next Saturday has been
' removed by the navy coaches
It Is stated that Falling will start
I the game at right half-back in place
of Leonard, while Ingram won out
over Overesch in the fight for tho
position at left end. Though he
I weighs 10') pounds Falling is fast in
running the ends and besides Is
strong in line-breaking.
With McReavy an 180 pounder at
the- other half and Harrison at full
weighing about the same the back
j field trio Is the heaviest in the bls
tory of the academy.
With those two position? decided
j the Middles will take the Held
against army in the following order:
Ingram and Captain Gilchrist, ends
Ralston and Vaughn tackles.
Howe and Brown, guards.
McReay and Failing halfbacks.
The average weight of the team
Is 180 pounds.
ODD ADDITION TO
Washington, D. C . Nov 26. One
of the queer contributions to the
treasury's famous conscience fund
came today In a letter from New
York. The sender said he enclosed
a dollar bill which was found on the
streets of Washington. He didn't
know to hom it belonged, didn'
J know what to do with It, realized It
wasn't his property and sent it to
I Mr McAdoo
It was put In the fund with the
othr thousand; that come in every
PIKER RELICS TO
BE PLACED On
Following out instructions recently
r.,-pd from President Josephine
West of the local lodge. Daughters of
I the .Pioneers," the members of the
I general board made known to several
of the district ramps yesterday after
noon the extent to which the work of
collecting and placing of the pioneer
relics had gone
The work of collecting the relics
has been taken up with enthusiasm
by the members, and on the general!
j board had been laid the responsibility
of securing a proper place for them
! to be placed on exhibition. That
I difficulty was removed some weeks
I ago by Rev J E L'aner and the Car
negie Public library' board, who glad
r.onsented to give the lodge space
on the second floor of the library
building for their show cases and plat
form. The securing means to purchase the
show a6es was next taken Into con
slderatlon and several benefit parties
! were arranged to raise money One
of these, which was given last winter.
' was a big success, but the two given
in the summer failed to add anything
to the fund. President West, after
thinking the matter over, came to tho
conclusion that the money needed to
complete the work could be raised by
subscription among local women of
means ho are daughters of pioneers
She suggested the plan to members of
the board and It was acted upon with
success, and the following ladles free
ly contributed to the cause:
Mrs If. S Browning. Mrs. David
ESoclM, Mrs. Joseph Clark. Mrs. Har
j rll Woodmansee. Mrs A L Brewer.
Mrs. Dr Ezra Rich. Mrs. William Ec
cles. Mrs Heber Scowcroft Mrs. Dr.
Edward Rich. Mrs .1 M. Browning,
I Mrs Thomas D Dee
Several others have also promised
With the fund thus raised, the 6how
ase6 necessary at the present time
have been purchased, arid with the
platform to be used are being set 111
readiness to receive the relics thM
have been collected. For the material
needed and the work done In plac
ing the platform, the Daughters of
the Pioneers acknowledge their appre
ciation to J. W Yolker. W illiam Tres
eder. and C J Humphrls
The relics are expected to be in
place and readv for exhibition in the
Carnegie library' building, by Decem
ber 1. and from then on may be view
ed every day from 2 to 5 p. m. Pres
ident West and the general board are
pleased to announce that inasmuch, aa
they have found such a generous re
sponse to their request for assistance
toward the end they have now reached
that they are aole to allow- the public
to view the relics free of charge and
hope that the exhibition will proe
instructive as well as Interesting.
The following committee will have
charge of the exhibit:
Mrs Rlnthia Douglass. Mrs Evelyn
Woods and Mrs. Lenora Pardoe.
They have also secured the consent
I of A. I. Stone to assist them in the
work of mounting and labeling the col
lection. Mr Stone has had consider
able experience in this kind of work
I and hiB assistance will be of much
I value to the committee.
The regular monthl camp meeting
i held yesterday afternoon ere as fol
lows: Camp B met at the home of
1 Mrs. Helen Gealta at 1910 Riverside!
' avenue, where in addition to a dls
cus9lon of the above matters. Rachel
Middleton of the general board gavo
a sketch of the life of Mrs Heber C
Kimball Chapter 8 of Tullldge s
' History of I. tab, concerning the move
j southward, was given by Mrs M. B
Richardson Following the program,
I Mrs. Gealta. assisted by Mrs William
' Empey. served a delicious luncheon,
lira. Mary Cro86ley entertained
Camp E at her home at 3069 Por- j
ter avenue and. after the program was
Completed, served dainty refresh
ments. The program consisted of
talks by general board members. Ev
eln Woods and Martha Critchlow.
and the "Story' of the First Thanksglv j
ing. " told by one of the camp mem
President Josephine West met with
company F at the home of Mrs Ellen
Chapman at 2536 Monroe avenue, and
addressed the company The history
lesson was ably given by Mrs Marthi i
Cooley and the stor of the first
Thanksgiving was told by Mrs. Ida
Treseder A piano duet was well
played b the Misses Myra Shreeve
' and Cecil Farley and an original ora
I tlon on the "Seagull" monument was J
given with fine delivery by Miss Lil
lian Flvgare At the close of the
meeting, a nicely appointed luncheon j
was served bv the hostess, assisted1
by Mrs. J H McKown and the Misses
Shreeve. Farley and Flygare
Companv G met at the home of Mrs
1 Mary Heller on Orchard avenue, with
Mre' Wealtha Enilcn as the visiting
board member The history lesson
was ghen by Mrs George Browning,
and several members told interesting
stories of atstoric Thanksgiving days
Dainty refreshments were served by
thf hostess and her daughters, Mrs
Pearl Barnes and Mr. Gertrude Fly
Bare Mrs A B Vance entertained com I
i panv H at her home at 331 Thlrti
. fifth street. A review of chapter 5
of Tullldge s history was given by
Mrs. Wilson and chapters 6 and 7
were given by Mrs Georgia McGreg-I
or A talk on early Thanksgiving days
in Utah w-as given by Mrs Nancy
Burch and a solo was pleasingly sun?
by Miss Ethel layne The company
also was favored by addresses by Mr
Rose Ballantyne and Rlnthia Doug
lass, the visiting board members, and
I wlih a piano solo by Norine Collins
Mrs. Yance assisted by Mr. Rob-'
ertson served excellent refreshments, j
Special Thanksgiving mat
inee, 2:30, Ogden Theater. -
Edmonton. Alta-. Nov. 26 A loss
of $260,000 was suffered In the whole- !
sale district early today when fire i
swept tbo McKenny block and des
Iroyed the stock of several whole
gale firms which occupied the build
"Alia Jimmy Valentine,"
all this week, Ogden Theater. - j
PRISONERS TO HIVE
JUST CAUSE TO
The twaotJF-fl dd prisoners at j
the city jail will no doabt think to-1
morrow' that, next to being home with ,
mother.'' the city bastlle is the best
spot on earth, for Mrs Hagbart An- j
derson and the city jailer have plan
ned to make them forget all theJr
troubles, even remorse for their mis
deeds In the enjoyment of two sump- '
tuos Thanksgiving repasts. The firct
will be a late breakfast about 9 a.
m.. and the second, "the big feed,"
will be enjoyed about 2 30 p. m.
The following menu will be served
Goo6e and chicken with cranberry
sauce and celery, with mashed pota-,
toes with gravy; coffee with cream
and sugar; home-made cake and pie I
AT THE M. E.
The program of the Thanksgiving
concert at the First M. E church
Tbursdav at S p m , follows
Organ Prelude Ducondray j
Miss Vera Frey
Vocal Solo "His Lullaby" .
Carrie Jacob Bond
Miss Sarah Erlckson
Cello Solo "Cradle Song"
Vocal Duet "Calm as the Night"..
Miss Rosamond Laird
and Mr. E. L. Howes
Piano Solo Selected
Miss Iris Malone
Cello Solo. . Selection from Rigoletta
Mr. Lett I) Pearson
Vocal Solo Consider and Hear Me '
Mi6s Rosamond Laird
Violin Solo "Gondoliera" Franz Ries
Miss Mary' Parmley
Reading ...... Selected
Mrs. J G Hamer
Whistling Solo "Serenade" Shubert
MIsb Addle Rowse
Vocal Solo "A Perfect Day"
Mr. E. L Howes
Mis6 Mary Parmlev. Violin Obligato
Reading Selected I
G. F. Rassweiler
No admission will be charged, but j
a silver offering will be -received for
the musl al department o the church '
LAST TIME TONIGHT
To Se the Programs at the
'Tne Express Car Mystery, Kal
em s thrilling railroad story
The Escape of Jim Dolan. a lively
JAn Hour After Dawn, the famous!
player's exciting detects e story.
Entire change tomorrow in each
bouse with a special Thanksgiving
program Elsie St. Ieon. formerly
with "Polly of the Circus." in a cir
cus picture. Mary Fuller in the Fifth
of the Series, at the Oracle.
"The End of the Circle." a 2-j.art
Essanav at the Isis
BlogTaph'6 Feature Big Mans
Law." at the Globe
Coming Sat. and Sun-. ' The Battle
Of Waterloo," at the Ials In 5 reels.
7 piece orchestra. Prices the same.
Famous plavers at the Globe Sun
day night; a beautifully colored pro-1
ductlon. "Nero and BrHtanicus," and
"The W heels of Destruction." two I
features Excellent programs in all j
three huet. Advertisement.
A special meeting at the Bnckla j
ers Hall will be held Friday. 7:30 p.
m . bv order of the president.
JAMES GREEN WELL
BIG PANAMA BOOK
Ladies Arc Pleased to Have a
Chance to Learn All About
When a little boy at school was
asked the meaning of the word suf
frage, he said it meant being sick.
When called upon for further ex
planation, he said his mother com
plained of suffering and his father
ald It was because she was a suf- I
Speaking of suffragettes, the big I
tnteroceantc waterwsy If sure to be- I
come a political topic, and all women
who are interested should get all the
information possible upon the sub
feet As has been mentioned se'eraJ
timet recently. The Standard must
bring its great Panama distribution
to a close, as there Is no chance to I
get another edition of this great ref- j
erence work and the books on hand
will soon be gone.
While parents will want the book I
for themselves, they also must not
loea sight of the fact that the school I
It is our sincere desire to extend to you at this Thanksgiving
time our whole-hearted gratitude for your patronage of the past
It is through you that we have been able to grow to our pres- j
It is through your liberal patronage that we have been able to
succeed and enjoy our present profitable business.
It is through your appreciation of our efforts to give a better
store service that we have been able to extend and improve our
service until it is now one of the most important features of our store.
And in recognition of our obligation to you we most earnestly
i thank you and wish you the happiest of Thanksgiving days, f
To show our appreciation to our salespeople for their faithful
service for the past year we shall CLOSE ALL DAY THANKS
child of today Is the one that will
face the problems presented by the
changed conditions of the future,
when the canal shall have become
a working factor among the nations
of the earth. So the children, as
well as the older members of the
familv, should have access to this
standard work; should learn of the
wonders of this gigantic engloeering
achievement; should study the char
acteristics of these strange people on
the zone, should know of the history,
purpose and promise of this mighty
Such a book should be in the
hinds of eery school child, aa well
as In everv home and business of
fice in this" city. The certificate on
another page will explain how to get
THREE BIG SPEEDWAY
EVENTS ARE PLANNED
Nc-w York. V Y . Nor 26 Plans
for automobile racing for 1914 are so
shaping themselves that It Is announc
ed a total of 1106,000 irlU be put up
for three big speedway events The
first will be the annual 500-mlle race
at Indianapolis on Memorial day. with
a 50.00'. purse On July 4 It U
planned to hold a 2'.'"-mlle event t
the Sioux City speedway, which Is
two-mile dirt cours. banked. A
purse of $25,000 is proposed
The third event planned is to be j
race of 300 miles In connection with
a meet on July 18 and 14 at Seattle
wre a two-mile board traei is to ba
constructed and a $30,000 purse of
TWO THOUSAND ARE
PICKETS AT PLANT
Scbenectad. N V. Nov K. TWO
thousand union pickets were thrown
around the plant of the General Elec
tric company today to appeal to non
ujion worker? to join them in the
general walkout which began yester
day. There as no violence
No conferences were scheduled for
today between the strikers and com
NEWS BULLETIN BY
Scranton. Pa Nov. 26. News bul
letin received by wireless tlegrapa
were displayed on a moving paseen
ger train yesterday on the Lackawan
na railroad The train was traveling
sixty miles an hour between this city
and Binghamton. N. Y. A Scranton
newspaper sent 250 words frsm the
Lackawanna wireless station.
MR. AND MRS. SAYRE
ON HONEYMOON TRIP
Washington, Nov 26. Mr. and
Mrs. Prancls Bowes Sayre were(
speeding off on their honeymoon
I journey today, and while the few in
timates of the Wilson and Sayre
I families in the close secret of where
the newly married couple are bound
were declining to tell, things at the
White House were being put back to
House guests, among them mem
bers of the bridal party, were depart-!
Ine and decorations in the east room
wmi- being removed Large cpiant!
ties of the flowers which were bank
ii against the walls and the altar, t
were sent to hospitals.
San Francisco. Cal.. Nor. 26.
'Thanksgiving greetings to their,
friends at home were received today
from the world touring baseball teams
of the American and National leagues1
i en route to Yokohama on the liner Em- i
press of Japan. The message is ad
I dressed to The Associated Press and
was sent by wireless to Victoria. B.
Baseball party all well owing to
special attention of Captain Hopcraf:
and crew of the Empress. Wish friends j
at home happy Thanksgiving,
i Signed i
"GIANTS-WHITE SOX I
GIVEN DUE HONOR j
Cambridge. Mass. Nov 2.
the football season a matter of his
tory, Harvard men were able today
to gie their undlwded attention of
honoring the memory of the founder
of the college. The 30$tb annivers
ary of the birth of John Harvard was
obsened by brief exercises at tb
John Harvard statue near Memorial
THIEVES STEAL ALL
OF REGISTERED MAIL
Brleg, Silescia. Germany. Nov. 2.
The entire local registered mail
wa stolen by thieve from a train
approaching this town last evening.
One of the robbers pulled the emer
gency signal, which brought the train
to a standstill, and while the train
crew searched the coaches, other
members of the gang entered the
mall car. seized the sack6 and walk
ed off unnoticed.
Prepare for Christmas J
Your Gifts should be chosen with care.
Take your time over it, don't be rushed.
Now is the best time to choose them,
while stocks are complete.
Our stock of Jewelry is the most ap
propriate for gifts, as it is the most ar- id
tistic and durable, and will reflect the "
good taste of the giver.
Our qualities are the highest.
Our Prices the lowest.
Come in toiay; make us prove it
HARRY DAVIS K
"The Popular Priced Jeweler" j
384 25th St. 384 25th St
The Store With the Guarantee