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Tur nr.DEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1913. " , . M
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I An AppreGiati&n
I i Thanksgiving day, 1913, A. D. Know all 8
I men by these presents that we wish you
1,1 peace, plenty and prosperity on this reat j
M ' day of Thanksgiving. We give you gen- H
H $ erous appreciation and best wishes for the gj
liberal patronage we have received.
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H omies you will find this out
EH Some dav vou will pay Interest
H on vour present xtra aganee
i I ( you put that mone;. In the
H BANK NOW, v.u fan some day
H afford to buy the luxuries you
H crave without missing the
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UNKNOWN MAN DYING.
Lehi. Nov 20. A man who gave his
name as Hiram Barr of Riverton Is
at the point of de-ath here tonight at
the Childs rooming house He camf
here last night from Riverton. ac
companied b his dog. Two hours
.iiier arriving he was taken seriously
ill. Doctors at first thought he was
suffering from ptomaine poisoning,
hut later discovered that a blood ves
sel of the brain had been ruptured,
causing a cerebral hemorrhage. Inco
h rentlj the man told the doctors that
he came from Ohio twenty years ago
; and had been herding sheep In this
j country ever since. He is about 50
GRANTED LICENSE TO WED
Provo, Nov. 26.- The following cou
ples have received marriage licenses
I J R Clulf and Georgia Billings both
of Provo. Felix Paterfleld of Elberta
and Nina Rose WeetOO of Goshen.
Edward B .Meredith and Julia Allen,
both of Pleasant Grove.
2 for 29 $tjta ClntH, f Mtgfc A C., Ut. Htktn
3 (SsBB, 1 GREBE (3SBB. flKSS 1 ( ecsow coiaonji
y Scores CJ etnnoa g) BtcDos j gagM ) jatcoRos jj ltcoosJ
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I bother with). Recorda are
I I Indestructible. Call at once
I 9 Shd make arrangements for
I I ' Hi1 a week's trial In your home.
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I I PROUDFIT SPORTING GOODS CO.
I r 351 and 353 24th St
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MISSIONARIES LAND I
SAFELY IN .HMD
Word was received at the office n
the llrst preside;, of the Mormon
churcb yaaterdaj announcing the pafe
armal of the steamship "Victorian
in Liverpool The passenger list in
duded the following Utah and ldalvj
people: , ..
Le Grand Richards nd famiL'
Grant Romne and Gideon Omer.
Salt Lake City; Karl B Rroadhead
Nephi: Daniel Beck, Centerfield; W al
ter Cannon ;-nd John 11. Coltam. 81
fjer.rgr-- i Hanks ard Alvin D
Stoker. Clenrfleld; V. B. Israelson
nnd Borgan A. Anderson. Hyrum,
Marion Knight. Plain City: Morgan
P McKay. Huntavlllej Stephen H.
Paskett. Grouse Creek: Aloiuo H. P
! terson and Lee Xebeker. Brigham.,
Spencer Heiner. Morgan, A c. Bel
nap Ogden. Ernest Sondereeger. Mi'l
way. Bernard W Na3h. Salem. Da
vid L. Olson. Logan; W. I,. Mahoney.
Heher: Myrl Lewis. Marlon. Parle)
P George. Montpelier. Idaho. William
R Dlxon. Righv. Idaho. Silas T. Pe
terson and James F. Peterson. Pre
ton, Idaho, and others.
GET BEST PRICES
New York. Nov 2fi Lermin horse
men captured the best offerings to
day at the Old Glorv sale at Madison
Square Garden Max Woll paid $32i
tor Baron Gale, which earned the
championship for four year old colts
In 19i'4 This was the highest price
paid for a trotter today
The chestnut mare. Rose Gale, a
daughter of Baron Galo out of
Princess, also went to Germany
Charlei MjUa paying $1200 for her.
American bidder.-; came to the
front and took Solola This mare :
i was bid In by Curls Rock Farm at
Bon Voyage, winner of the Ken
tucky Futuiltv in K"4 and sold at the
Old Glorv sale last year was again
In the ring today and was bid in by
James Hazelton of Indianapolis for
I Other sales included the bay geld- ;
j ing Wllkla Lafus to Nathan Strauss;
Gale t'onslantine to A. J ETurbusb ot
Brighton. Mass., and Junior Stoker
WILLIAM HEAL PASSES AWAY.
Provo, Nov, 26 William Heal died i
I this morning at his home in the Sixth
I ward after a lingering illness from
causes incident to old age The tie-
cedent was a native of England and !
was born at Bath eighty-one years
I ago. Mr. Neal came to Provo seven
i years ago. He is survived by his
j wife and Ihe following children; W
, Southwood Heal Mrs. Emma Clark I
j and Mrs. Nor? Thatcher of Bath. Eng
land. Mrs Laura Olding. Mrs Bmlly I
Dunn 3nd T Harry Heal of Provo.
! James H?al and Mrs. Henrietta Mil i
ler of Roosevelt. Funeral services
will be held n the Sixth ward meet
ing house Saturday at 1 o"clock.
BARF US EXPULSION
Whether or not Mormon mlssion-
aries w ill be allowed to go trom one
province to another in Germany and
to propound their doctrines will h3
decided if the investigation asked by
Senator Reed Smoot be carried out.
i It was asked yesterday, according to
: a telegraphic dispatch received front
j Washington in the case of John C
.-Bartus who. it is alleged. wa6 expelled
from Prussia by the German police,
who made a notation on his passport,
"Expelled from Prussia by order of
; October 27. 1913. "
Mr Barfus went to Prussia from Lo
1 gan, leaving here lasi December, for
the purpose of doing missionary work
: for the Mormon church George V.
I Gibbs, secretary to President Josenh
F Smith, of the Mormon church, said
I last night that he belieed the idea
of the investigation was started by
the pregMont f th" German mission.
i ri ranch hands said tn-. ici- nu
I hoard of the murder for which a
I pez was wanted and suspected noth
' InK since the request for shelter wa?
I not unusual. Possibly the Lopez vIh
I It to this ranch would pa.ss unnoticed
were It not for the fact that the guest
rose before the ranch hands had
iOvn in Ogden, fancy
rkeys. Strictly moun
jrkey tomorrow; we de-
fp Is Only Four WeeRs Away j, J '
I I i You are going t0 buv 3ome Prcsents tor vour fnends dnd dear I I I ,'
YoiiP J ones. A Christmas gift should be an endurable gift one that will I JJ
v fr7E "iPy te cherished for life. The Ring, the Locket, the watch, that mother rcJf j
left you was probably a Christmas gift. How well it has stood the test yJ j
So of timc and !low well 11 nas carried its message of love through all these '! I
years. Your mother has probably had other gifts, too, but the gift j
that came from the JEWELER is the one you have today to remember Jftggjf J
her by. Therefore. JEWELRY is the ideal and endurable gift. The Cdt I
JEWEL RY we sell will stand the test of time and will in years to come tj jJ j
be cherished as much as the JEWELRY your mother left you. J
Make It a Jewelry Christmas iff M
V'. You do not have to spned a large sum of money on your gift. Let ,
yV me suggest a few gifts that will give absolute satisfaction tor very S 1
I little money : . I I
FOR MOTHER FOR FATHER FOR BROTHER FOR SISTER FOg HIM FOR HE 1 FOR BABY FOR GRANDPA
From From c, AND
From From Tie From La GRANDMA I
B Brooches $1.00 up Cuff ! Clasp $1.00 up Umbrella $5.00 up Watch 55 00 up Vaere $5 0Q up ,Cup 1 00 up j -
i IButtons $1.00 up Ring, $1.00 up Pendant $5.00 up Ring $4.00 up Bracelet $5.00 uf Spoon $1.00 up g . trom I
I LCket $3 UP Tie Pin $1.00 up Fob $1 50 up Bracelet $4.50 uplcigar Ring $5.00 up B $1 0Q J 50c v i
Chain $2.00 up watch Watch Jewel Case $3 50 UP Jewel K B
I Br.,..W.0Oup -Sim $2.00 up SSTuWup CaYOO.P Cu C... J . up W.,T l
Silver $1.00 up jWatch $5.00 up Knife $100 up Set $5 00 up Tie Pin $1.50 up Watch $12.50 up 'Bracelet $150 up , Bap pjn 0Q
Marble Cigar Sleeve Manicure Lighter $2.50 up Brooch $3,00 up ipm .50 up ! Hand "' I
Clock $4.00 up jCae $5.00 up Links $1.50 up Set $3.50 up Pipe. $3.00 up ToMet , l
Watch $10.00 up Set $2.50 up las $4 00 up Ring $4 00 up Fob $2 00 up & Chain $7.50 up ! Beads $1.50 up Prices. 4
And other articles too numerous to mention. Of course we have Jewelry here as high in price as you wish to A
go. but whatever you buy here you may be sure it will give absolute satisfaction or your money will be cheerfully jj
Look over our large stock and l feel sure you will be well repaid by choosing early. j
'The Store With the Guarantee." J
ANY ARTICLE PURCHASED HERE WILL BE ENGRAVED FREE.
3$4 Twenty-fifth Street. OPEN EVENINGS.
Children and sixteen great grandchil
GIVES BOND OF $10 000,
Pocatello. Ida.. Nov 26 The nu.
conips from Rigby that William Will
iams, who was charged with the kill
ing of Sam Thomas at Mud Lak
a short tim" auo. had his preliminary
hearing In court and the chars'1
asalnfit him of murder in the first de
urrp was changed to manslauchter
Williams pleaded not guilty but he
was hound over with a bond of $10,000
which was furnished
GRAND JURORS IN PUEBLO
TO PROVE COCAINE TRAFFIC
PuefclO, Colo . Nov 26 The firM
grand jury ouUide of 'lie fdpral m
qui --11 Ions, that haa convened In Pu
eblo in a long time, uas called thia
morning The new law, which went
into effect last July, provides a gran l
ury must be called and Instructed
bs the judges of the district ,ourt
The Jury I made up of bus-ness
and professional men of Pueblo In
vestigatlon Of the sale of cocaine will
be undertaken. in giving Inatruc
Hons, rudge Kssex declared cocain"
as B curse to thf community ano
thai it as evirient is distribution
must be from a central agency.
1 FIND MAN'S BODY
BURIED IN TRENCH
! Salt Lake, Nov 27 After a search
of almost a week for Domlnlck Mo
, and, an Italian sewer contractor,
be man s body as fo.ind burled un
1 er several feet of earth In a trench
on the premises of Parfaj N, Mc
I Millar of Murray yesterday
v Since Friday afternoon, when he
J was at work on tbe trench, nothing
R has been seen of the man. It was not
until vesterdav morning. however.
; thai the anxietv of his family and
I friend, resulted in a search of the
'trench. A small cava-in. catching
I him at the bottom of the deep, nar
row trench, had held him he'ploss
unUI he was smothered to death.
Morand was 45 years of age. He Is
I lurvlved by a wife, mother and sev.
en children, and had been a resident
of Murray for many years.
"DRY" AND "WET" BATTLE"
Pocatello Ida, Xoj 26 The regis
1 rat ion books for the local option
election on December 17, closed Inst
Monday with a light registration. The
books and records had been lost in
Ward -' and this nei. essitated the com
plete registration of lhnf ward. Only
a few registered In thai ward This
will no doubt throw out several hun
dred votes. However. I h reglstra
tlon in tbe country precincts has been j
heavy, and for that reason there Is an
even guess that the election will carry
"dry." The city always voted "wet."
but thifl majoru;. is o "rl3 lanced by k
th :r?at "dr lore p. in 1 he country
precincts. TliPie r 1 in-!derabl .
r i . Ity Mfiopu t ii'- 'ii ''"'I - who
M-re ixen'l. uruaincd and the
",.1;' ha v a ' ic "i tanuation IO
promote the movement. i
Read the Classified Adf.
265,000 AND NOT A RlPli
This vast army of western toilers purchased jj
y. "NEVER RIPS" s I
last year, and enjoyed the satisfaction of wearing the best overalls that I
improved machinery and skilled union labor can produce. The peer of I
them all for comfort and long wear. Don't fail to ask for j
151 "NEVER RIPS9' 0 0
if you care for your share of the "wear." I
FOR SALE BY I
W H Wright. & Sons Co. Watson-Tanner Co N 0 Ogden Co. J
L L. Clark & Sons Co. Horrocka Brothers A. Kuhn A Bro.
Buehmiller & Flowers Benowitz Brothers The Leader, 232 25U St. j
Fred M. Nye Co. John McCready Model Clothing Company
JOHN SCOWCROFT & SONS CO., Manulacturcrs Jj
he DAY WITHOUT A WISHBONE? 1
!OF VJGWr pfcpENT,0N OUATWfe T V t 4 X HAS "TO ff A OOT , S V EN PUXTTETC
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