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t-up nr.nFM STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY. NOVFMRFR :9 1013.
The Christmas Question What to Buy
I Just a Few Suggestions:
NECKWEAR Dainty, always pleases. . .35c to $2.50
HANDKERCHIEFS Hand embroidered to plain linen
! and lawn.
j STOCKINGS The finest Silks and Lisle.
J BED-ROOM SLIPPERS For baby, daughter and
I mother Soft warm Shawls and Hug-me-tights for
J Bootees Jackets, Bibs. Mittens. Sweaters, Dresses
so many things for Baby can't mention all.
FURSWAISTS, SUITS, COATS, BATH ROBES,
Only a few short weeks to Christmas shop early and
get the best at Holiday Prices.
THE M. M. WYKES CO.
For Editorial, News and Society
(Department, Call Only Phone No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Deoartment, Call Phone No. 66,
Advert Isers must have their copy
ready for the Fvening Standard the
evening before the day on which the
advertisement is to appear in order to
From Wellsvllle Mr and Mrs, Bai
i of Wellsvllle are guesu of Mr
and Mrs F. E. West at their home on
At Once Good, clean, soft rags at
the Standard Office. Hlguest price3
From Idaho Falls Miss Kthel Dahl
strom of Idaho Falls. Idaho, is a
guest of Mrs. W. V. Raw-son at the
Knwson honir-. No. 066 Washing. n
avenue. Miss Dahlstrom was for sev
era I yara a student at the Weber aca
demy and has many frieuds in Ogden.
She i attending school in Logan this
Old MatB for sale at Standard office.
25 cents per hundred.
Mutuals -The stake Tioards of the
Mutual Improvement associations of
the North Weber stake will hold ward
conferences In the Harrlsville, Kan
West and Ogden Third ward Sunda
at 7 p in Kxeellent musical pro
grams have been arranged in each
ward and most of thj speaking v.ili
be by the stake board members
First-Class Auto Service Call up
Elite Cafe, Phone 72.
Has Moved Mrs Raymond T i
O'Donnell has moved from 2260 Quin
cy avenue to the home of her par. m ,
Mr. end Mrs. E. O. Wattis, at i3'j. I
i wenty-eighth street.
At Once Good, clean, white rags j
at the Standard Office Highest prices
Cause of Deafness Superintenden r
F M Driggs of the State School for
the Deaf and Blind, will be the speak
er at the parents class meeting in the
Fifth ward tomorrow morning Ho
will epeak upon the subject of "The
CauBes of Deafness and Blindness."
Wanted Clean rags colored or
white Bring them to the Standard
Home T Earl Pardoe of the We
ber stake Y. M. M. I. A board will
address the parents class of the Ninth
ward tomorrow morning on the sub
ject of "Home and Its Surroundings "
Old papers for sale at the Standard
Uff?e. 25c per hundred.
For Purity, Sweetness and Palata
billty, B & G Butter has no equal in
German Ladles' Aid Society will
hold their bazaar December 8 and 4.
In the basement of the church. Re
freshmenls; all invited ?,t
If you wish Butter in which the
Pure Food Inspectors find no Haw
buy B & G
Will Lecture Tomorrow at in 80
a m. Professor C. J. Jenaon of the
W eber Academy w ill decture to the
parents' class of the Seventh Ward
fslng as hi subject The Home Li
U. P. Official W. M .Jerfers. dm
sion superintendent of the Onloil
Pacific parsed through th,. city thifc
morning In his private ear No 0)
attached to train No. .? en route to
Salt Lake City.
Taken to Hospital W E. White
district foreman of th- mechanleal de
partment of the Union Pacific at K
anston. was brought to Ogden vester
day and taken to the Dee hospital to
undergo an operation
aM i rm a Train consisting of
seven cars of Asiatic silk is scheduled
to pass through the city at 11 p. ni
en route to the eastern markets Th
train Is on a fast schedule.
Missionary to Speak Kara Benson.
v ho was recently released from the
presidency of the British mission of
the Mormon church, will be the speak
er at the evening service at the Sec
ond ward tomorrow night The ward
choir will furnish a special musnal
P. F. Thompson of Salt Lake Cif.
Is an Ogden visitor today.
MONDAY, DEC. 1
Wm. A. Brady, Ltd.. Presents
Bought and Paid For
Ths Greatest Play of the Day
By George Broadhur.t
Ont Year In New York
Six Months in London.
Pnces 50c to $1.50. Seats now
COMMON SIMS SUCH
! AS SLA1E0 10
The common sins of slander and
gossiping are so ordinary that there
are few who realize that one of the
sins influential in the bringing about
le biased mind of the multitude
against Christ was this common and
so-called modern sin It is not a sin
of the women alone for quite as
many men indulge m It
This is the theme in the I'resbyte
rian church Sunday night, in the ser
ies on "The Sins that Crucified the
HATCHERY SITE TO
BE SELECTED BV
State fish and game commissioner, 1
Fred W Chambers is just now en
gaged in directing R .1 .Johnson of i
the fish hatchery bureau of the Unit
ed States to sites for the establish- !
ment of a national hatchery in Utah.
Mr Chambers is of the opinion that
it i- well worth the time of the peo
pie of Ogden to offer some induce- I
ment for thtt tnviirnmcnl In hnilH iho
hatchery in Weber county
Mi Johnson has already examined
proposed sites in Utah county and
special efforts were made by toe
Commercial club of Provo to show
all the advantage of sites on the
borders of Utah lake.
Salt Lake county has been looked
over and bj the early part of next
week Mr Johnson, accompanied l
Mr. Chambers, will visit Cache conn
t The Commercial club of Logan
sent a special wire to Washington
extending an Invitation to Mr John
sou to examine prospective fish
hatchery sites in Cache alley before
making a choke. He will be In that
county a eouple of days, when he
will visit Weber county
It is said that there are a number
of available sites in Weber county
among them being the warm springs
of the HuntSvllle section, there bn
Ing none better In the state ln fact
It Is contended that the government
would make no mistake were the
f.atchery establiHhel in W. her coun
ty without further investigation The
water and climatic conditions are fa
vorable and easy access to the rail
roads would be of importance to the
Congress has appropriated $25,000
lor a hatchery in Utah and (
Claimed by the commissioner that
about 75, would be expended for
equipment Aside from this, contin
ned appropriations would be neres
sarj tor maintenance and tho em
ployment of men to take care of th
batcher) No fewer than six or iiii
men would be required to take care
of the place, which would call for
the expenditure of $10,000 or $1', nun
ft year it in also contended that
the hatchery s built on Ocden river
it would mean the ample stocking
of the river and all its tributaries
with trout The hatchery will be used
for the propagation of bass a well
Commissioner Chambers states
that he and Mr Johnson will he in
weber county about Friday and Sat
Urday of next week The govern
ment man has not yet made i choice
nor ban he area expressed an opln
Ion. So that Weber countv, although
the last county visited, stands an
equal prospect of setting the hatch
NEW WHEELS IN TOE
POWER PLANT ARE
The Utah Light & Railway corona-'
J ".day d putting mfo Berries part
of the new machinery recentlv instal
U-d at Its local power plant and within
the next few das 7. ill bave all the
wheels moving. The plant Is in
good condition, since the making of
the repairs occasioned by the recent
destruction caused by the water get
i n away from the penstock and
Hooding the building.
The pipo Mne ea(,nR fo thp d;jm .
, Ogden eanyon Is tn KOod condition
and. when the plant is operated under
I fun capacity, mi prts of 11l0 k
1D be without defects
CONDEMNATION N 0 T
NECESSARY ON TRE
I The board of county commissioner
have had settled with John A Ran
dall of North Ogden for a right-of-way
for the Ogden-Pleasant View
cutoff and the condemnation proceed
ings will be dismissed. The county;
paid Mr Randall $975 for his proper
t with the understanding that he
I will change the course of the canai I
which traverse? the new road.
I In the early spring the road will
i be macadamised ;nd placed in the
j beat of condition. It already has
been graded but the commissioner.
are of the opinion that it will be I
j well to let the dirt surface settle
during the winter months before
covering it with macadam By
' straightening the canal, which Mr.
Randall has agreed to do. the county
will avoid the building ol" three
bridges which would cost about ?2i"
i each The county has agreed, how
ever, to build a substantial concrete
culvert under the roadbed for the
transmission of irrigating water from
one pari of Mr. Randalls land to
another lying on cither side of the
The cutoff saves a distance of
about a mile and a half and it avoids
the North Ogden hill, which always
has been objectionable to the travel
ei through that section of country
It Is 6ald that with this piece of
road macadamized the road from
Ogden info Box Elder county will be
among the very best in the state, in
f.irt there could be no better road
for all classes of travel.
SOLDIERS DEPART II
THREE TRAINS FROM
To the tune of "The Girl T Left
Behind Me ", the Twentieth United j
States Infantrj marched through
Salt Lake City from Fort Douglas
this morning and trained for B Paso
Iecpite the early hour, many citisens
lined South Temple street and chei red
Three special trains, a half hour
apart, transported the troops, the
first leaving at 0 20 o'clock over the i
Snlt Lake Route Connections will I
be made with the Southern Pacific
railw ay at Colton, ;l
Although it is expected the rcg- '
ment will be assigned to garrison
duty, it is completely equipped fen j
WRITE MAN AND RIS
COLORED WIFE ARE
Mabel Davis, and George A. Davis
a husky negress. and a diminutive
White man were arrested at 1:50 this
morning near the office of the Volker
Lumber company, by Sergeant Her
j ben C Peterson on a charge of lewd
! and lascivious conduct. They claim
j ed that they are man and wife, an. I
were released on depositing bail
for their appearance at 10 a. m. to
They failed to appear when couri
was called and their bail was de lan e!
New York. Nov 2. Money on call,
nominal, no loans.
GRAND CONCERT, AUS
PICES WEBER ACA
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC.
Choir 240 Voices
Mr. Jos. Haliantyne. Director
Mr lohn i. McClellan Organist
Mr. V. K. Welhe, Violinist
Mr Sam F. Whltaker. Accam-
I ( '. enure to ( iberon C Von
Weber If j j. McClellan
2. Russian Airs, Welniaw ski.
Mr W'illard E. Weihe.
3 ' Babylons Wave." Counod,
Ogden Tabernacle choir.
4 (a) The Swan. St Saens.
lb) Communion, Batiste.
cl An old melodv arranged by
performer. Mr McClellan
e la l Dreams, Wagner
(bi Mozurka de Concert Musin.
6. Soldiers Chorus (Faust).
Gounod Tabernacle choir
7 (ai Selected
bt Taccata n f. VVIdor (from
fi'h organ symphoni. Mr Model
8. (a) Tmumerei. Schumann
(b Cradle song. Sauret. Mr
9 (a i Woo Thou Sweet Music
b In the Time of Ruse5 Reich
ardt. (c) The Rosary, Marin; Taberna
10 (aj -o. Thou Sublime
Sweet Evening Star." Wagner
lb ) Chorus of Pilgrim i r,.nnl m
sen. Wagner: Mr. IfoClallan;,
To A Terrific Price Slaughter I
I Manhattan a I
I Clothes Shop JP
fill) STOCK M
I SJj M Ml
I llt ilM Bought from the U. S. District Court at a M I
1 IT'1' Tremendous Price Sacrifice for Spot Cash I
will be offered in a
I Monster Money Saving Sale I
I Beginning Tuesday at i a. m.
p Arrange to Attend the Biggest Money-Saving Sale Ever Announced in Ogden I
I or Anywhere Else. 1
I Widows I CiO tllCS Sll OO ! Windows I
I 12473 Washington I
I IMPORTANT NOTICE Added to the above Bankrupt Stock of the Manhattan Clothes Shop I
I will be the complete Ladies Apparel Store. "THE EMPORIUM," of Walla Walla, secured fori
i this selling at a great sacrifice. Bargains heretofore unknown in Ogden will he offered I
I in this sale, commencing Tuesday. Prices actually less than Factory Cost will be effec-1
I tive Come! Buy! Save! 2473 Washington Ave., the Place
t'hlcago, in., No 29 - .'logs Re
Ipis. 15.000; market strong to Sc
. aboio yc3terday'H average BulK.
?T. obhi. 80. UchtM $7.107.75; mixe-.l.
17.4007.90; hew' $7457.90; rough..
i ST 45-5 7.55; pigs." JS 00 1 10
' Cattle Kocpipts. lo. market ste;i
dy Beeves. ?6 600 9.50; Texai steer -.
$G.f0O7.75; western stcera. S5 B0j
7-td; stockers and feeders. $4.80fi
7 Ki; cows and heifers, f 1.35 8.16;
Sheep Receipts. 6000; market slow.
NatU-e. $3.90tfol0. western. S3.9O0
'10; yearling $. ,: 50 '"lbs
! native, $6.0US"05. western. $6,000
; CHICAGO GRAIN
The wheat i lose showed a loss o
Mftl. to B403-4C net .';.
The corn cloe was heavy. 1 1-4
i to J f-,-8c under last nljtht
' -rn No i yellow. T6 1-2CJ -,"
I -c; new. 67 l-2c69c; No. 8 white
75c; new. ti9fi 7ftc; No. 3 yellow, 76c;
new, 6i" 71 l-2c.
Chicago, Nov. 29. Butter Higher.
Creameries, 12 l-i'3 to .32 l-c.
Kggs Receipts, 2.03 cases; un
Potatoes Receipts, 2" cars; nn
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wanted Hx ierienced salesmen and
salesladies at Manhattan C:oth?
Wanted - .'.vperienced cloak and,
suit sales ladies. Manhattan Clothes
Ocden. Utah. Dec. Z'J, 1!'13.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
the undersigned will sell the stock
oi merchandise and ihe furniture and
fixtures of the Langlols Meat & Gro-
eery DO in pa Dy n Monday, the 1st lay'
of December. 1&13. hetwaan the hours
of 12 o'clock and - o'clock of that day.
Bald sale will take place at the rorneri
of Grant avenue and Twenty-fourth I
L. H CARVER, j
Assignee of L-au-ioia Meat &.
Grocery Company. '
Deaths and Funerals
CROCHOT Funeral s.-r l 81 brer
the remains of Martin ( rocbot. who
died i iterday at 3 p. m. at the Dee
hospital will be held from St. Jo
seph's church tomorrow at 2 HI
! Interment in Ocrden City cemetery.
MONEY IN WHEAT
5in oo Bu: h Puts or Call on llM
1 hu.-, No Further fW
. i VVrll for iMrticuUn-
THE CENTRAL STOCK & GRAIN WM
Park Bldg , C cveland, O. j
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Woulil vou like to see some of the wonders of California- Haven t yoaH
ti -li-' -;.m;nB about th.- (iol-l -n Stat. f..r a lorm while" Would" t vnH
th i 1 1 jfl
hotela? Wouldn't yot like to know boa to and enjoj H
hoapltable, homelike hot-- wou inl rou like1 to i lne
bills and smi!i . ralleya, the M
in the wlnterleai paradise ol thi jH
HOW TO ERING CALIFORNIA TO YOUR HOIjBB
D-.-it I. poaalble. if you will send ui n cenU 1
n ling, we will send on rrraa a booklet descriptive -i m
ramoua resorts in an Addition the big Christmas "M,'H
Sunset Mgajne irlth a blf iton ol the progress ol I'-nam,.
international Exposition and rurth i ' M
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