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I Christmas Styles '
j Far Subscription and AdvertlnInQ
, Dapartmento,' Call Phono No. 66.
Just arrived, fine assortment best
I " over In Ogden flowering or foliage
fi. plants for gifts. Norton's Floral store,
I' 2249 Washington. 317
To Leave Soon Levi Dean, Jesse
' Stoker. Wallace Walker and Golden
Nelson appeared at the office of the
A local exemption board yesterday for
', final instructions. The boys will leave
1 Ogden for camp on the night of No
For Sale One good spring wagon,
cheap. Apply Ogden Packing & Pro
j ' vision Company. 337
ji Has Influenza Nurse Rose Henin
f ger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
I Heninger and chief nurse of the Post
hospital, Fort McArthur is lying ser-
lously 111 of Influenza there.
CLEAN RAGS wanted at the Stan-
l To Marry Willis J. Singleton, West
1 Point, Utah, and Martha J. Thurgood
L of Syracuse, Utah look out a marriage
jj license here yesterday.
1 Wanted 150 sacks good potatoes;
0 150 bu. good cooking apples. Ogden
jj Packing & Provision Co. 289
Ijjjf Motorcycle Owners,., Attention
VI Wanted An Indian motorcycle. Must
be in first class condition, either 1917
L or 191S model. Address L., Standard,
s stating model, speeds, cylinders, and
t condition, also price. 350
It Cream Puffs. Big, fresh, full of
l cream. Greenwell's Bakery. 195
Jj; Two Suits Filed Two suits were
f'f riled with the clerk of the district
It court today by the First National bank
I Of Ogden against S. W. and Anna Ec-
j cles to recover $200 alleged to bo due
jfi upon a promissory note and against
If William Buchanan to recover SG00 al-
t leged to be due upon a note.
"Tho photographer in your town."
I Vuo Tripp Photo Studio, 320 25th St.
J Not the Ogden Stahr The Stahr
t family of Ogden wish to announce that
j the Stahr of Salt Lake, who recently
I figured, in police court proceedings,
j Avas not related to any of the family by
j that name in Ogden.
j Ten per cent discount on monumen-
I tal work, Mitchell's opp. City cemetery. ,
j Old papers rni mMh Ogceo Stand
I Flowers telegraphed anywhere in U.
j S. or Canada. Dumke Floral. Phono
I Keep the home fires burning and ev- '.
j erybody cheerful by using D & G but-
F Modern J-lome Choicest location !
3 for sale at half its actual vaiue. P; O.
V box 350. Phone 610. W j
J Ladles Save $5 to $10 on fall
clothes. Lowest prices; latest styles.
I Coats, suits, dresses, waists, skirts,
j Fashion shop, 2-170 Washington ave- .
nue. S092 ;
Hay, .grain, potatoes, apple box ma-
terial. Grout's Grain store, 332 24th St.
I CLEAN RAGS wanted at the Stnn-
f dard office.
Grelner's Chill Ic the besL 7783
j LONDON, Friday, Nov. S. (British ;
Wireless Service.) In the period be- ,
tween March 21, 1918, and October
i 24, 1918, the persentages of casualties
to strength among Infantry for United
5 Kingdom, Canadian and Australian
troops wero respectively:
United Kingdom divisions Officers
118 per cent; other 'ranks 121 per
Canadian divisions Officers 97 per
! cont; other ranks 84 per cent.
J Australian divisions Officers 93
j per cent; other ranks 95 per cent.
As regards horse and Held artillery
j in the same period, tho United Klng-
I doni provided 85.88 per cent of tho
I British total strength in these arms
I and 86.37 per cent of the British total
1; In the time recorded the average
E number of days out of the lino per
I division was approximately as fol-
1 United Klngdam divisions 89 days
I out of line; Australian divisions 79
I days and Canadian divisions 102 days.
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY;
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
YOUNG thoroughbred Jersey cow. 743
29th St. Phone 281S-J. 375
BU1CK roadster 1918 Model Good
condition. New tires. Run 7000 miles.
A bargain. Apply Goddard Packing Co. 1
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
THOROUGHBRED Buff Orpington
ducks. Mrs. Griffith, Rlvcrdale. 378
HJ LARGE front room In cottage nicely
H furnished. Also back bed Toom. Brcak-
M fast and supper arrangements. 2874
H Washington. 379
Read the Classified Ada.
H oo .-
Read th i Classified Ads.
BLUE ID RED GOLF
Over the links of the Ogden Golf and
Country club the matches of the Blue
and Red teams will bo played today
and tomorrow. Tho teams are as fol
Blue E. M. Murphy, P. T. Wright,
W. IT. Watt is, G. A. Horn, W. IT. Har
ris, Rudigcr, Ray, J. N. Spargo, Mar
chan. C. A. Day, I. N. Pierce, Roy
Buchmiller, Richard Leek, J. W. Ab
bott. E. O. Waltis, Dix, Olsen, L. R.
Eccles, Heber Scowcroft, Lynch, M. S.
Browning, Mclntyrc, C. E. Kaiser, Hall,
O. M. Runyon, R. A. Moyes, F. M. Nye,
Klrkendall, C. A. Wright.
' Red R. G. Smith, R. E. Bristol, W.
C. Wright, A. P. Bigelow, IT. C. Day,
W. II. Dunn, Kimball, A. T. Wright,
Sherman, Dr Baker, Harness, W. D.
Brown, Herd!, George Glen, Dr. Dal-1
rymple, Van Meter, Dr. Rowe, Parry, I
D. C. Eccles, McCune. Mariner Brown
ing, Beitman, Dr. Morrell, Boyd, Jo- j
soph Scowcroft, Sr., Rev. Carver, W. ,
J. Parker, L. H. Perry, Joseph Scow- j
croft, Jr. I
All golfers not listed please get in 1
touch with Smith or Murphy.
NEW YORK, Nov. 3 Specialties '
and kindred stocks dominated by pro
fessional interests were the conspic
uous features at the strong opening of
today's brief session, gaining 1 to
1xh points. Leaders in tho movement
included Mexican Petroleum, Baldwin
Locomotive, Studebaker, Chandler Mo
tors, American Can and Wilson Pack
ing. United Slates Steel made a large
fractional advance, part of which was
immediately forfeited. Coalers wero
most dominant among rails, notably
Reading and Baltimore and Ohio. Gen-1
eral Motors, Texas company and Peo
ple's Gas were moderately heavy. ,
Foreign news furnished the basis for
much of the activity and intermittent
strength shown by today's stock mar
ket. Trading concentrated to an un- 1
usual degree In motors and coppers,
although rails were active as a group
with some of tho leading equipments
and specialties, which were firm to
strong. Noteworthy exceptions to the
higher trend embraced Southern Pa
cific, Marine preferred, Sumatra To
bacco and oils, Mexican Petroleum
showing marked heaviness. The clos-
Ing was steady. Sales approximated.
475.000 shares. j
The bondm arket was strong, French i
municipals again featuring the inter-
national group. j
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS j'
NEW YORK, Nov. 9 The actual'
condition qf clearing house banks and
trust companies for the week (five
clays) shows that they hold ?G7,341.950
reserve in excess of legal require
ments. This is an increase of $13,
100,820 from last week.
OMAHA. Nebr., Nov. 9 Hogs Re
ceipts 5,000; market steady 10 to 20c
lower. Heavy $17.00'17,50; mixed
S17.2517.-10; light $17.40&1S.00; pigs
?15.00(y17.00; bulk of sales $17.25
Cattle Receipts 3,400; market stea
dy. Native steers $11.00 18.00; cows
and heifers $6.75(5)11.75; steers $9.00
JL6.25; Texas steers $S.255j12.00;
cows and heifers $6.5011.00; can
ttors $5.506.50; stockers and feed
3rs $6.50(y13.00; calves $7.5013.50.
Sheep Receipts 100; market steady.
Culls $4.50(0)7.50; wethers $10,000
11.00; ewes $7.50(9.50; feeder lambs
J10.0014.50; lambs $13.0015.50:
CHICAGO, Nov. 9
Open High Low Close
Dec. $1.19 1.20 1.17 1.17 j
Jan. 1.20 1.21 1.18 1.19 i
Dec .70 .70 & .69 .69
Jan- .70 ,70 .69 .69
Nov. 37.80 3S.80 37.80 38.50
Jan. 42.90 43.65 42.90 43.55
Nov 26.70 26.45 26.60
Jan. 26.30 26.62 26.30 26.55
Nov 2390 23.75 23.90
Jan. 23.65 24.00 23.60 23.90
CHICAGO CASH SALES
CHICAGO, Nov. 9 Corn No. 2 yel
low $1.36; No. 3 yellow $1.29; New No.
3 yellow $1.28; No. 4 vellow $L22
1.24; New No. 4 yellow $1.25.
Oats No. 3 white 70171c: stan
Rye No. 2 "$1.62.
Timothy $7.0010.00. 4 .
Clover nominal. I
CHICAGO. Nov. 9 Commission
houses today appeared to lean to the
selling side of the corn market, and
there was a consequent woakenlng of
prices. Prospects that an armistice
with Germany would be quickly
brought about formed the chief bear
ish Influence. In some quarters, how
ever, thero was a disposition to as
sume that tho signing of the armis
tice might prove a bullish factor as to
near-by deliveries, although making
deferred options weak. Opening quo
tations, which ranged from to lc
lower, with December $1.19 ft to 1.19 u.
and January $1.20 to 1.20, Wero
followed by a slight rally and then by
a fresh setback.
Oats duplicated the changes in corn.
Trade was light. After opening un-
2?anBSLt0 lower with December
u to 70c, the market receded mod
erately all around.
Provisions were dull and easier.
Weakness o grain and hogs operated
as a weight on values.
Lack of buying support remained
evident throughout the session The
corn close was heavy 2 to lc net lower
with December $1.17 to 1.17 and
j FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 11 ONLY I j
'm s These beds are slightly finish '!3 Imitation quartered oak, 42- I !
8ft marred. $37.50 values for S in. top, 6-foot extension. I 5
j $19'75 K,tCJ' $20.00 values for $12.75 I !
I f ROOM SIZES I I
M 1 4658 9x12.9 wire tapestry, $38.50 values for $25.00 1
I LINOLEUM jjyiSii-iSISr: : : : : ilSS! -.. CONGOLEUM 1!
I Patten No, 9127 : ffltSaSSSflS JJL?!:.'!:: : " - ISJ! .h: Pattern No. 730 I
$2.25 per yard : ' $2,011 per yard 1
I In;j . . , i?2-24 9xl2Wilton, $75.00 value for $50.00 I J m
hCk,d . ' v- vi:v" 164-3 8.2x10-6 Wilton, $70.00 value for $45.00 . ' ' :- IMl M a
I 798-4 8.3x10-6 Wilton, $70.00 value for $45.00 ffl :
Hfty-pound All Cotton Rolled Edge Mattress, Fancy Art Tick. This is a $21.50 values for $15.85- g
January S119VV to 1.19 v8.
Subsequently a partial provision
rally took place owing to liberal ship
ments af lard.
KANSAS 'CITY LIVESTOCK
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 9 Hogs
Receipts 1,000; market lower. Heavy
$17.00?I17.90; butchers SI 7.35(g) 17.90;
lights S17.0017.S0; pigs ?1-1.0015.50.
Cattle Receipts 1,800; market stea
dy. Steers 17.50(g19.25; western
S10.00l-1.50; cows S5.0010.50; hei
fers S6.5012.00; stockers SG.00
11.00; calves $7.0013.00.
Sheep Receipts none; nominally
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. (United States
Bureau of Markets Hogs Receipts
17,000; market fairly active, mostly 10
to 15c lower than yesterday's aver
age. Butchers $17.6518.00; light
S17.1518.00; packing $16.5017.60;
throwouts S15.2516.25; pigs, good to
Cattle Receipts -1,000; compared
with a weekk ago, good and choice na
tive and western steers 15 to 25c high
er; common and medium unevenly 25
to 50c lower;' choice beef cows and
heifers steady; others unevenly 25c to
?1.00 lower; bulls 2oc lower; calves
25c higher; stockers and feedors 25
to 75c lower.
Sheep Receipts 3.000; compared
with a week ago killing classes of
lambs and light yearlings $1.25 to
1.50 lower; sheep and heavy year
lings S75c to $1.00 lower; feeding
lambs about stead'.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST
American Beet Sugar 63
American Can 47
American Car &. Foundry 86
American Locomotive 474
American Linseed 41
American Smelting & Refg .rr-r 92
American Sugar 113
American T. & T 10S
Anaconda Copper 72
Atl. Gulf & W. Indies 113
Baldwin Locomotive 816
Baltimore. & Ohio 60
Bethlehem Steel "B" 67
; Canadian Pacific 171
, Central Leather 61
Chesapeake & Ohio 61Ji
: Chicago Mil. and St. Paul .52
Chicago, R. I. & Pac 31
Chlno Copper 44
Coldrado Fuel & Iron 40
Corn Products 47
Crucible Steel 55
Cuba Cane Sugar 33
Erie . 21
General Electric 157
General Motors 134
Great Northern Pfd 103
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 32
Illinois Central 104
Inspiration Copper 55
Int. Mer. Marine 29
InL Mer, Marine pfd 119 vl
International Paper 34
Kennecott Copper , 41
Louisville & Nashville .: 120
Maxwell Motors 41
Mexican Petroleum 172
Miami Copper 2SV6
Midvale Steel 44
Missouri Pacific .1 314
Now York Central 83
Norfolk &. Western 110!
Northern Pacific 103
Ohio Cities Gas 46 '
Pittsburg Coal 4S
Ray Consolidated Copper ....... 25
Reading v .f .... 91
Rep. Iron &. Steol , 79
I Sinclair Oil & Refining 37
Southern Pacific 108
Southern Railway 34 U
Studebaker Corporation 71
Tennessee Copper , 17,Ji
Texas company . . . r 192
Tobacco Products 7S
Union Pacific 136
United Cigar Stores 103
U. S. Ind. Alcohol 99
United States Rubber 73
United States Steel 102
Utah Copper Qiyj,
Wabash Pfd "A" 41
Westinghbuse Electric 45
American Zinc, Lead and Sm. .. 11
Butte and Superior 25
Cala. Petroleum 22)
Montana Power 79
Shattuck Arizona 16'
New Haven ., 42 j
TWO SOLDIERS KILLED
AURORA, 111., Nov. 9 At least two
soldiers were killed and a dozen in
jured today whon a special train car
rying 1,200 football rooters from Camp
Grant, Rockford, to Chicago collided
with a regular passenger train on the
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy rail
road at Sugar Grove, six miles west
of Aurora. The accident occurred
close to the station .at Sugar Grove.
The special train was to pass the reg
ular train at Sugar Grove and was
running slowly. Reports said that the
regular train had orders to take the
siding east of the station but ran on
toward tho west siding at reduced
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts 484; choice heavy
steers ?10.5011.00; good steers S9.50
10.00; fair steers S8.009.00; choice
feeder steers $8.0010.00; choice cows
and heifers S7.508.00; fair to good
cows and heifers S6.60Q7.25; cutters
S5.50 6,60; canners S3.50 5.50;
choice feeder cows ?6.00(S'7.25; fat
bulls S6.507.00; bologna bulls ?5.00
6.00; veal calves S8.6010.50.
Hogs Receipts 134 ; choice fat hogs
175 to 250 pounds S16.25.
Sheep Receipts I57S; choice lambs
$12.0013.00; wethers S9.0010.00;
fat ewes ?7.00S.00; feeder lambs
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our heartfelt
gratitude to all those who so kindly
assisted us during the recent illness
and deatli of our dear mother, Man'
A, Wallace. Especially do we thank
those who spoke words of comfort and
sent the beautiful floral tributes.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hickonlooper
Joseph B. Wallace
William S. Wallace.
BULLETIN WAR .
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY ON
THE SEDAN FRONT, Nov. 9. The
American troops fought their way for.
ward today along virtually their entire
line despite the fact that the weather
was about as bad as it could be.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. General
Pcrshln's communique for this moan
ing says in the region north and south
of Damvlllers, east of the Meuse, the
advance of the American forces suc
cessfully continues, meeting 6trong
machine gun resistance.
STATE M Oil" FOOD " '
ADOPT A SLOGAN
A meeting of the state and city food
Inspectors was held yesterday nt the
office of the federal food administra
tor in Salt Lake City. There were pres
ent Inspector Taylor, federal inspec
tor: Dairy and Food Commissioner
Walter M. Boyden. Dr. Conley, food in
spector or Si4t Lake City, and George
-Shorten, food lnsper for the city of
According to Inspector Siisrten the
slogan of the meeting Is "Don't Waste
Anything," a slogan which he said is
meant to be the slogan of the Ameri-j
can people for some time to come.
Slackness is coming over many be
cause Ihey think that the war is over
and that thero will not be any more
need for conserving as they have done
In the recent past, but the indications
are that -ve will all need to be as care
fu las over for some considerable time
to come, said Mr. Shorten.
Another matter that was raised in
the meeting was the report that some
concerns dealing In foodstuffs have
gone in for large stocks of perishable
goods, keeping them against a lime
when they woult? be greatly advanced
, 'i a:
in price. This practice will be the ; It
subject of close Investigation by tho "fa
authorities, and offenders brought c
strictly to book, said Mr. Shorten. J tt
The saving of foodstuffs has dono Ji
more than many realize towards win- y.
ning- tho war, said Mr. Shorten, and it J &s
is still a mighty weapon for the days ft
that are before us. Write it in your I ifc
mind, "Don't Waste Anything." lci
WITH THE FRENCH ARMY ON
THE SEDAN FRONT, Nov 8 At i ih
various places on the front the pro- j ; Mm
gress of the allies was maintained with , ,Jjvl
undiminished speed. , .
Nothing but the prompt signing ol M
the armistice will prevent the allies ! , a
from entirely clearing French torri- ; i E
tory of enemy troops before the peace ' :
negotiations begin. .i
uu B 5
"When I say a thing," remarked Bile- j
gins, "I mca nit. I never change my J. f
mind." 1 Si:
"I"m mighty j;lad to hear It," remark- 1' i
cd the diffident friend. "I remember f
some mighty Interesting things you said V
about paying back $10 you once bor- J; &5k
ljJlS iHs Coke keeps the heat concentrated ffjj ffl jJ
pv in the firebox instead of sending it zJmSl M .
J 2 U C CmDey ames And it "3 Ji '
5p Coke means lower fuel expense and fess trouble j
V J-f jLi Telephone your order 655-856 or get a re- t "jf 8
' ' uctin n price by calling at the gas plant ' ' 3 i fji
f" Twentieth and Lincoln. j
I. Utah Power
& Light Co. ll
p yjjf)!' Efficient Public Service g M jijji