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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913. 7
Orpheum
Wed., Dec. 17
The event of the season
Margaret Islington
IN
"Within the Law"
Prices, lower floor, $2.00;
Balcony. $1.50 and $1.00.
Gallery, ladies admitted,
50c. Seat sale Monday, 10
a. m.
SOCIETY 1
L.i. . J
(Continued from Page Five)
LADIES' AID BAZAAR.
The bazaar being given by the L
I dies of the Flr6t M. E, church In the
y L baaement of the church la a pro
Bounced succeos An unusually large
t collection of beautiful fancy work
r aprons, comforters, fruit, etc. have
been displayed
Yesterday chill was served bv Mrs
I 8. J. Griffin and Mrs Long. They
t will serve again this afternoon, from
5 to 8 p. m, today a novel feature
will be the cafeteria dinner. The
I basement will be transformed into i
regular cafeteria and a satisfying and
varied menu win be offered.
HALL HIGGINS WEDDING
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the homo of John Hall of North Og- I
t Jen, Reverend V V Fleetwood per- j
K formed th marriage ceremony for
r Jllsh Eliza F. Hall and Walter C. !
- HlgKlns. both of North Ogden. Only !
relatives and Intimate friends of the'
bride and groom were present Fol
lowing the oofemoiiy, coverp were laid
In thc spacious dining room and a
wm sumptuous repast served The happy
1 rounle will make their hme In North
' Ogden where a host of friends ex
I tend their hearty congratulation?.
DANCING PARTY POSTPONED.
The dancing partv planned b-v the
f W R S. D D Rirls which was to be
liven New Years ee in the Eagles
I ball has been postponed until a later
I date.
MARTHA SOCIETY.
Monday afternoon a meeting of the
I Martha Society will be held with Mrs i
m Thomas D. Deo at her home, 806
I Washington avenue
It CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY.
The following appeni to the public
It sent out bv the ladies of the Chi I
dren's Aid Boclety
. "The Idea uppermost In the Ameri
Can Red Cross society In the sale ot
Christmas Beals Is to give every one
SS chance to do his share in the
j, amelioration of suffering These lit
lie Christmas tokens are sent broad
; cast throughout our land and he men
lage that comes with them Is this
Scnd back to us ten per rent to pay
cost of transportation and do good
with the remaining ninety per cent
We In Utah have very few tubercular
cases, but the white plague' la only
one form of distress There are many
other forma to be found and while
sympathy and Intelligent supervision
are. valuable adjuncts It takea mon
ey to carry on any charitable wor.
Buy Red Croas Seals Place one on
every package and help the Chll
dren's Aid pocletv fulfill lta mission.
MARRIED TODAY
This morning at his homo. Revereni
John Edward Carver performed the
marriage ceremony for Mrs. T W
Walker and Mr Harry Baseman, both
of St. John, Kan. The couple left
Immediately for Salt Lake City, where
they will make their borne.
BAZAAR AND TEA.
In the Congregational parlors In
the basement of the church this after
noou, the ladies of the church are
L'lving a bazaar and afternoon tea.
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Razors and Pocket
Knives at the right price
at Lowe's.
ELOCUTION RECITAL II
WOODMAN HILL
MONDAY EVENING
For the benefit of Saint Joseph s
church pipe organ fund, there will be
g.ren an elocution recital at Wood
l.tansee hall, in Fraternity block.
Monday, December 15, at 8:30 p. m..
)) Mi66 Ruby Cook, assisted by Miss
Marguerite McNulty.
Program.
The Legend of the Organ Builder..
, Julia C, Don
Lyrics Btvak, Break, Break Tennyson
Apple Blossoms Martin
Japanese Lullaby Field
Miss Cook
'"Jill the Sands of the Desert Grow
Cold" Graff-Bale
Miss McNulty
Dialect:
Kentucky Philosophy Robertson
When Albanl Sang Drummond
For A' That and A' That Burns j
Minn Cook.
"HOCk Me to Sleep" . Percv Jordon
Miss McNulty
A Sisterly Scheme . . H C Bunner
Miss Cook
A Bowl of Roses .. Clarke
Miss McNulty
The Lost Chord Procter
Miss Cook.
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POOR JUDGMENT.
"Don't you think that a man for
felts his self respect by taking a tip''
"Well. I never take one on the mar
ket that does not cause me to losr
respect for my Judgment Buffalo
Express.
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A BAD SURMISE.
"Is James stuck on his Job"
' 1 sincerely hope not."
"Why?
'Because he makes barbed wire
fences "
SUPREME REGENT
OE 101 ARCANUM
Frank B. WIckTBham. supreme re
gent of the Royal Arcanum, Is to be
the guest of honor at a reception oi
the Rocky Mountain Council No. G3'(
of that order In Ogden on Tuesda
evening, December 1C, at the Eagles
hall.
Supreme Regent W Ickersham. whose
home is in Harrlsburg, Pa., Is making
a general tour of western slates. Not
- pj '
FRANK B. WICKERSHAM
only will he be entertained In the
evening, by the local lodge, but he
will visit Ogden high school at 11
o clock on the da of his Ogden vislf
and will speak there to the students
Plans have been made for a luncheon
at the Weber club, where he wii'
also be the honor guest Aftr this I
a trip through Ogden and up Ogden'
canyon will be made by automobile
The reception committee In oharge
of the plans Is composed of Fred J
Kicsel Will Howell. Fred Sawyer W
H. Chevers and Fred MeiSBner
Last time tonight, "Les
Miserables," at the Globe.
Open continuous 1 p. m. to 1 1
p. m.
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Before buying your
Christmas Presents see
what Lowe's have to offer.
BO! SCOOTS OF THE
M. 1. A. ARE BEING
ORGANIZED
i John II Taylor, head of th
Pn Scout movement In the Mormon '
(hurch and a representative of the
National Association of Boy Scouts,
eper.t several hours on Thursday and j
Friday evenings. Instructing tho of
ficers and ?cout leaders of tho Young
Me.i s Mutual Improvement associa
tions of the Weber Stake.
Dr Taylor is a man of wide experi
ence in Boy Scout work and his talks
and demonstrations of different fea
tures connected with the work, were
pppreciated by the mutual workers.
One of the main points which he dis
cussed was the work of organization,
and he arranged for the organization
of scout classes In every Y M. M. I
A. in the stake.
Tho work Is taken up aa a branch
Of 'he Mutual Improvement work, but
a'l the classes will also be affiliated
with the national organization.
At last night's meeting, Malcolm
Walson. of the stake board, was
chosen as Scout commissioners for
the Weber Btake.
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Everything you need
for Christmas at Lowe's.
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EMPLOYES OF OIL
CONCERN ARE SAFE
New York. N Y Dec 13 The 75 I
or 100 employes, mostly Americans,
of the Agulla company, a Pearson con
cern at Tamplro. Mexico are safe
None of them has been hurt In the
fighting between the federals and :
constitutionalists Th;s was announV,
ed here today by the Anglo-Mexico
Petroleum Products company, which
had received the following cablegram
from Its agent at Vera Crux
"Dr C W Haves, first vice presl
dent of the Agulla compan. Informs j
b5 wireless from Tamplco all Aguila
employee safe Please reassure vela
uvea."
SPECULATORS
FINED $4000 EACH
New York. Dec 1" Fine of $4,-1
I'O'i each were imposed In the tfederal
district court today upon Eugene
Scales of Texas. Frank Hayne and
William Brown of New Orleans, Mor-!
rts Rothschild of Mississippi, and j
Colonel Robert M Thompson, of this
city, on their plea of nolo contendere
to a charge of cornering the cotton
r rop of 1000, in violation of the Sher
1 man anti-trust law James A Patten
oi Chicago had prelou?ly been fined
a similar amount In the same case
Th' government alleges that the
I defendants had entered Into a con
ii
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I Her GdtJ
1 Slfflfy What's more useful or beautiful than a HULL Um
I R hull" Just the gift for Christmas.
I H U OIjWr ELL A s" """ We haVe m " 3 VSriety ? tyPeS PriCeS
iJJpB Detach able intercmanceadle handles
Silk
I THE HULL SEXTETTE bre
I In order to simplify both the buying and selling of Hull Umbrellas, we call our special attention to the v
jfyiftl six types which will In the future be known as the Hull Sextette:
!m I Thftsp umbrellas 'o matter what
tUflW'B invt umorciMb. Main Fancy .
I which are all fitted Handles Hanu.es Prico -v" PT. be A Taffeta Bilk Urn-
I sure that the name
1 with the Hull De- ftemier $LQ0 $150 "HULL" is on the
1 tachable and Inter- The Royal Hull 1.5a 2.00 umbrella you buy dye, with imported PI-
I changeable Handle. The Superior Hull 2 00 2 50 11 ' place1 ,n' rk' ,0 mento wood. Sterling
j offer you the high- The - j jjujj ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Q 5Q ESS& "I&SlZ
est possible value at The Sterling Hull T 50 5 00 hich seek to trarle with the Hull detach-
jjttrf any price desired gterling HuU .5U on M popu!urU handle ( njtjon
from $1.00 upwards 1 he reerle5 Mull 5.00 7.5U and Hull quality.
j al bargain.
S h'e tVr l i n g"h u l l See Prizes in our Windows to be given away
In addition to Its other advantage!,
the "Sterling HuU" at both 96 and j :
93. 5C It sold with a tag attached, upon ipm mm mm an My w y '
Atff rXocxr' rlsld C: M fk in A
The silk uted In this umbrella Is 1 Wi H B I I I
1 absolutely pure dye, without sizing L W X W JBL JL mm, A d mWm
or loading of any kind. It Is guar
anteed to be strictly waterproof and
3?rSra$5K The People's Jeweler
cover wears out In twelve months of r
ordinary usage, by returning this tag
4 ",h zzTZ'-Jsat. 336 Twenty-fifth Street Ogden, Utah
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FOR. THE
Holidays ROUND TRIP FARES
II To all stations on Oregon
8hort Line, and to points on- CslifOTDiS
Salt Lake Route in Utah; also
to point on O.-W. R. & N. AND
R R Pacific Northwest
DS h-;, no smi o m Tickets on Sale-
Dec 19, 20, 21, 22, 33, 24, 25, . ,
31. and Jan. 1, 1914. D J 2T "d OD
Return Limit Feb. 28, 1914.
Final Return Limit Tickets on Sale Dec 29.
l Jan. 5, 1914. Return Limit-M&r. 7, 1914.
I j For detailed information concernin g rates and reservations, call at
A or phorib
City Ticket Office
I 2514 Washington Ave.
I W. H. CHEVERS, Phone PAUL L. BEEMEK, I
splrac to control the raw cotton
production of the country at an est!
muted profit to thernsehes of ?H',
000,000. Pin
Everything you buy at
Lowe's has value.
TUXPAM IN HANDS
OF THE FEDERALS
Mexico City, Dec. il The oil dis
trict of Tuxpam. which for nearly a
month has been controlled bj the
rebels under General Candldo AgUilar.
is nw In tho hands of the federal
troops commanded bv General Jua-
' nuln Maas, .Jr., accordtng to reiorts
j received today by the war office.
General Maas, on his w a to Tamplco.
! his advanced with his column as far
as Juan Casinio to the north of Tarn
j iahua. He ha? not thus far encount-
ercd am opposition and It Is assumed
that all the rebel forces havo gone to
assist In the atack on Tamplco.
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WILLARD WINS BY
KNOCKOUT ROUTE
Buffalo. N'.Y . Dec. 1J Jess Willard
of Kansas Knocked out Georce "One
Round" Davis, of Buffalo in the eec
1 ond round of what was to have been
a ten round bout bOTC toniplit
Davis had the better of ihe first
round but in the second Willard land
ed a stiff right to tne mouth and re
ueated It a moment later Then he
j brought up a smashing right upper
cut to the chin. Davis was uncon
scious for sexeral minutes.
Willard weighed 2-' 1-2 pounds and
Davis 187 1-2.
FOR SALE
THE FAIRGROUNDS
The undersigned Is authorized by
the Board of Directors of the Inter-
I Mountain Fair Association to ask for
bids for the sale of the K:ilr Ground?
I consisting of 24 acres of ground with i
I all the iinprjvomentR thereon, located j
I on 17th street Ogden, Utah
Sealed bio's should be addressed to
the "Directors of the intcr-Mountaln
Fair Association." Caro of George D.
' Folkman, Secretary, Ogden, Utah "
Bids will close January 1, 1914 Al!
,)lds subject to the approval or rejec
tlon by the regular annual stockhold
ers meeting of the Fair Association to
bo held on the second Wednesday In
I January. 1914. There Is a mortgage
for $10,000 on the property bearing 6
per cent Interest, not due for several
years. Bids asked for may be sub
l Ject to mortgage or all cash.
GEO. D. FOLKMAN
Secretarv
12 24 tt
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
PERSONAL.
MADAME LUELLA FLETCHER.
GREATEST LIVING CLAIRVOYANT
Spiritualist Full life reader. Reads
your life like an open book. From
tlje cradle to tho grave. Will causje
things to bo as yon desire. Tells
everything names, date Important
iDtormatlon all revealed Health,
luck, marriage, business, mining,
tioaaurcs, law suits, evil lnfluencc-6,
ppells. How to Invest for success
W il tell you everything you wish to
know or NO CHARGE MADE 329
IGtu Street. Private home. Hours
1 1 to 0 DAILY and Sunday
Special Low Fee This Week Only.
PCO TO RACE'S IF I
YOU BREAK DOWN 1
on the rond, or meel with accident B
c". ;my kt:nl to your car. Everyone B
knows the superior excellence of our H
work !n ;ill kinds of automobile re
pining, and we will do your work
will neatness, reliability and prompt- I
i " s rind to your entire s;itls'actlon. H
l e also handle n full line of supplies Mm
pumps, inner lubes, tool kits, etc. H
J. H. RACE M
Automobile and Machine Shop
Phone 638 W. 2093 Wash. Ave.
More Bargains I
tj In good Groceries We sure make prices which bring
I the business, besides every article is guaranteed to please.
SPECIALS TKSS WEEK: I
Baking Chocolate, b 35c Nino boxes matches 25c
Fresh corn meal, one sack. .25c Fresh m flour, 1 sack. 25c
I't ih canned tomato i, 8 for. 25c Utah canned peas. for 25c
Large roil-- toilet paper, 3 tor. 20c Best Japan rice, 10 lbs 50c
Best Qennade, sack 30c Barrel fresh ginger snap....20c
Large bottle blueing, each... 5c 4"- can coffee 30e
Lump starch, 4 park 25c Fine 15c can salmon, G for. . 25c
FieJ-1: ro.oied coffee, lb 25c Corn sturch, 5 for 25c
(free free I
j Handsome picture free with every order I
this week -ask to see them. j I
I Best popcorn, lb 5c Pui ST candy. Ib ICc !
3 . 1 1 , lb 10c High Pat Clout 11.00
Prettiest Christinas Trees in town, 35c & 25c
j Smith Meat & Grocery j I
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- Collection, All Welcome,
FREE LECTURE
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Washington Avenue.
Ogden. Utah.
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