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THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH ATURDAYjEOMEE1t31191O L
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO All
ANOTHER GREAT BILL FOR NEW YEARS WEEK
COMMENCING
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MATINEES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
H I RANDOM
I REFERENCES
Continued from Pue Five
The KlflHlnK Girl company reach
ed Ogden this p in on a special train
after n recordbreaking run from San
Francisco
The Ogden Furniture Carpet
company hno on display In Its win
dow office furniture which they have
sold to the John Scowcroft As Sons
Co for Its directors room This fur
niture Is made by the best manufac
turers In Michigan and Is made ol
ivhlte quarterRawed oak fumed flu
lab with genuine Spanish leather up
holstered seats This IR some of the
best office furniture that baa corau
to the city
COALI COALI COAL
Never undersold Asaol Fair Coal
Co ISO 2L Doll 2fifi Ind 111 11
Outalde Work Continued Notwith
standing tho fall of snow J P ONelll
la busy today making concrete wallfi
for the basement of tho Weber club
home and William Crandall Is exca
vating for tho Howell V Sons busi
ness block Men are also at work on
the Drowning Brothers business
house and the Pcory block on Hudson
avenue
Fresh Castle Gate and Rock Springy I
525 delivered Phone 27 John
Tnrr II
Initiation Tonight Tho Utah Com
mercial Travelers will hold their last I
meeting of the year this evening at
the Eagles hall whory Initiations
will take place and It Is eald that
It Is not at all Improbable that the
old year will pass away while the
men of the grip are still In sos
sloa
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No use talking Sllmsons cafe
Funeral services over the remains
of Johu Ballantyne will be held Sun
day at I oclock at the Rlvordale
meetinghouse Friends wishing dO
view the remains may do so at the
family residence at Rlvordalo Satur
day evenng and Sunday until 12
oclock Interment will bo niado In
Ogden City cemetery
Hock Springs Castle Gate Clear
Crook Plensnnt Valley and Hinwatna
lump or nut coal 500 per ton deliv
ered until otherwise advised Cash
S only Ogden Sewer Pipe Clay Co
Both phones
Throughout the Holiday Vacation
there will bo three sessions daily at
the Skating Rink Morning session
lOc afternoon 15c at night 2Bc
Skates included Prizes each ses
sion
Goodman ArraignedJames Good
man WIU arraigned In the district
court this niornln gfor forgery and
lii took until next Tuesday to plead
Goodman la charged with forging tIll
name of J G Rcud Brothers com
BRYAN SUGGESTS FOLK GAYNOR
HARMON OR WILSON IN ORDER NAMED
FOR 19J2 PRESIDENTIAL RACE
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LIKCOIN Xeb Dec aOAgaln
dladalmlnK any Intontlon of Mocking I
tho presidential nomination for him
eelf Wlllain J Bryan supncsts In tho
Commoner four Democratic possibilities
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ties for 1912 In tho order following
ho mentions former Governor Josoph
W Folk of iflHuourl Mayor William
l J Oaynor of New York Governor
Judton llarroon ol Ohio aud CJovorn
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pany to a check for 2185 October
22 1910 The check was aftunrardu
cashed by Mrs Katherine Grelner at
whose rooming house Goodman was
stopping
Will Attend Meetings Property
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Auditor J C Falck of tho forest ser
vice left for BoIse today where he i
will attend the meeting of tho ores
terH and the advisory board of the
atockmeua association of Idaho Sun
day afternoon lIe will be gone about
a week attending the forest supervisors
ors convention ut Boise Monday I
Tuesday and Wednesday of next
week
CoalI you want the beAt If you
want full weight John Farr phone 27
First Methodist Church Twenty
fourth street near Washington Rev
p V Fisher pastor 10 a m open
Ing of the Sunday school under tho
New Year plans 11 a in Divine
worship New Years sermon 630 p
in Epworth league 730 p m the
pnetor will preach on Calendars or
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How Old Are You Miss Holberg
will Slug
Good coal any time Either phono
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i Moving His Family Nell Eyer as
sistant chief clerk In the olflce of
General Superintendent E C Man
I son of the Oregon Short Line at Salt
Lako City was In Ogden today Mr
Kyero Is moving his family from
Sparks whero he was formerly sta
tioned to Salt Lake City
Fact TraInThe Kissing Girl
company numbering about fifty per
Sons which Is to play this
evening arrived In the city In II
I special train Tho company missed
connections at Reno and would have
been unable to fill tho engagement In
this city had It not been for the South
i ern Pacific furnishing them with u
special train The tune made between
Reno and Ogden was exceptionally
fust
Safe Blowers Grimes and Miller
held In tho city Jail have been Identi
fied as tho men who blew up a safe I
at Iu Junta Colorado and Colorado
J officers and United States secret ser I
vice menwiJl be here tomorrow to got
them
Marriage License A marriage II
cense haa been issued to James Gor
don Hair of Salt Lake and Ethel Leon
ora Madsen of Gunnison Utah
New Leglclator Claude Russell
mombcrcJect of the Utah legislature I
wag a visitor from Salt Lake today
I Doctor PoisonedDr Moiroll while
performing a surgical operation was
blood poisoned and though radical
treatment has been applied to the af
fected finger and arm ho has obtained I
no relief
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BRADSTREETS
NEW YORK Doc 30 Dradstreets
tomorrow will say
Poet holiday quiet rules In general
trade and Industry From retailors
I generally the reports arc of a good
orolcct Woodrow Wilson of Xcw Jor I
soy Discussing mention of hIs own
name he M73
Mr Bryan Is not a candidate Lot I
everyfriend of Mr Bryan Join with
every
him in an effort to secure as tho
Democratic nominee In 1012 a man
who u record trill justify the hop that
the people may dc P ad upon him
Of the four Democratic posalblli
lien bo haa named Mr Bryan MJB
fnlk was an actl > e supporter of
Uryaa and Sovoll U 1S3C and has
I though not In all cases record volume
holiday trade
Reports for the week as to collec
tions are best from the larger western
centers nnd the South Sone western
points note the effect of ICBB satis
factory prices secured by formers for
their cereal crops
Slowness continues the chief char
acteristic of the iron and steel mar
fccu Pig Iron U very quiet though
Cast Iron Pipe Interests have bought
a little iu the EasL Prices are
weaker
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TRADE RtVltWS
OF THE WEEK
NEW YORK Dec OIt G Dun
Companys weekly review of trade
tomorrow will Bay
After the brisk holiday retail trade
business in nearly all branches is
quiet with the usual yearend adjust
ments The outlook contains many
elements of strength There Is an
absenco of demoralization aiRoula
lion and overstocked shelves In nil
mercantile lines whllo the general
feeling of conservative confidence
makes conditions better than trade
statistics indicate
The financial situation Is improved
and the prospect of the heavy divi
dend and interest disbursements duo
January 1 Impart greater briskness
to the strictly investment market
I It was a seasonably quiet weak In
I the primary goods markets with val
ues well maintained
In cotton goods curtailment of pro
duction IH generally believed to bo
I Inevitable The firmness In wIde
I gray goods is maintained and there
has been a fair business in staple
prints
There Is a slightly firmer tone in
the market on most kinds of domestic
hides There is no change to report
in footwear conditions
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UNITED PROPERTIES CO OF
CALIFORNIA INCORPORATES
WILMINGTON Del Dec 30The
United Properties company of Califor
nia was incorporated here today with
a capital stock of 200000000
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+ SAN FRANCISCO HAS +
+ ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE +
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+ San Francisco Dec nA +
+ distinct earth tremor was felt +
+ here about Ill a In today 4
4 It continued several seconds 4
+ Other towns north and south +
4 report somewhat heavy shocks + I
+ No damage Is reported +
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supported the Democratic national
ticket in all presidential campaigns
since V our Ga nor has aupuort d
the national ticket In all cam agns
Govornor Harmon Won a member of
Mr Clevelands cabinet did not vote
in 1S9C but In 1900 prcnlded at Mr
Brranfl meeting In Cincinnati GOT
ernor Wilson supported Palmer and
Buckner In 1396 but b aupponcd to
have supported the Democratic na
tional ticket in aatwequenl cam
paigni
COKtD HIT IN 1
ll1E EYE BY
ARROW
Carlyie and Charles Murphy the
young sons of Churls Murphy manager
ager of The Fred 1 Klesel Co were I
having great port a day this veck
when young Charles five years old
shot an arrow tipped with a rubber
Rnctlou head The arrow was EO con
Btructetl that when ft Impinged
against the wall the rubber suction
held the dart where It struck Fre
quent use had caused the wood of
the dart to cut through the rubber
so that when Masrtcr Charles landed
the arrow In his brother eye at a
distance of only six ccl the doctor
who was called was In douht whether
the eye could be saved but since
then tile Inflammation has been re
duced and there la hope that the sight
can be saved
Out of seemingly a most innocent
amusement the children have narrow
ly escaped an accident Inflicting along life
long Injury
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fiRE AUTOS
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ESCAPErrPi
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Chief Canfleld of the fire depart
ment experienced a real fire scare
this morning at about C oclock An
alarm was turned in that tho Ecclcf
block at the corner of Twentyfourth
street and Washington avenue was on
fire and when the chief approached
tho building a ow seconds later he
had reason to think that the build
ing was doomed to destruction He
says that a flame of fire fitly feel
high was shooting from tho lop of
the building Strange to say how
ever no fire could bo seen in any
other part of the building and there
wafi not even smoke to bo seen A
hurrl d climb was mudo to the top
of the building where it was discos
ered that the flame came from the
burning soot in the large chimney
The most serious tronhlo was that
whloh befell Captain HInton and
Chauffeur Furgeson on Adams ave
nuo between Twentythird and
Twentyfourth streets Station No 2
had responded to the alarm but when
Chief Canflcld aaw that the fire was
nothing but a burning flue lie dis
patched HInton and Furgeson to
Twentythird street and Adams aye
cue to Intercept the department and
prevent them from making the run
down the hill It was so early that
it was quite dark and the machine
was running at a moderate rate of
speed Suddenly tho auto went Into
tho air barely escaping turning turtlq
as It came down
The men hold to tho machine as it
struck tho ground and swerved
across the avenue over the curb on
to the sidewalk and back again to
the street It wag a mlraclo that the
mon were not thrown Into the street
and tho automobile smashed A hur
ried oxamination disclosed the fact
that builders on the now Manic resl
donee had left a pile of dirt in the
center of the right side of the ave
nue Tho dirt pile was covered with
snow and could not be seen by the
chauffeur The machine ran fairly
astride tho embankment It was high
enough to ralso tho vehicle clear ol
tho ground and hurl it Into tho air
The machine ran fully 200 feet after
it struck the mound of earth before
Furgeson could get control The
only damage done was the springing
of the front axle
Chief Canflold Is considerably
wrought up over the carelessness of
the builders In leaving the pile ol
earth in the street and he says lu
will make a strenuous complaint He
declares that tho contractors will
have to pay for the repairs of the city
automobile
DEE iiMiiiiAt
UOSPIT STORY
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The story of the Dee Memorial hos
pital dedication which was to have
appeared in this evenings Standard
and Sundays Examiner will be pub
lished in Mondays Examiner and
Standard The failure of the arrival
of a couple of Illustrations bus caused
the delay
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LYNCh TAKEN
TO JAiL IN
RENO
The Reno newspapers yesterday
published a story concerning Charles
Lynch the owner of a billion vision
ary dollars who was in Ogden a few
days ago According to theae stories
Lyncha mental condition has been
growing worse und he would have
been killed at the Reno depot in un
attempt to board a speeding train
land it not been for the interference of
his brother
When Lynch visited this city a few
days ago ho was n harmless mono
maniac who talked rational enough
on any subject except money He
modestly claimed that he was worth
several million dollars but that he
was temporarily broke Ht wait
ed at the Union depot fortyeight
hours for a 500 check from his Now
York banker While this particular
check did not come another of smal
ler denomination did reach him and
ho went from Ogden 10 Rono
His brother Joseph Lynch of Now
York In somo manner learned of
Charles mental condition and went
to Reno with the intention of taking
the dcrauscd man home with him At
the depot of the Nevada town Charles
became vlolcin and attempted to cs
cape from his brother by boarding a
I fast moving train To prevent tho In 1
sane man from rushing to his destruc
tion the New Yorker called the de
pot officers and the man was placed
in Irons It IH expected that with the
assistance ot the Reno authorities the
deranged mnn will bo taken back to
New York and placed In a sanitar
ium
iumBoth
Both brothers arc graduates ot
Yale college and were In business to
gether in New York
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+ 5 4
4 Los Angeles DJC 31Arch +
+ Hoxscy tell several hundred +
4 feet while maMus a flight this +
+ afternoon and WAS llllod Ills +
+ biplane turned twice in its de 4
+ scent He was not thrown 4
4 from his machine +
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SNOWSTORM
WELCOMED
BY ALL
Never was u snow storm moro thor
oughly welcomed by the sheep raisers
and farmers of this locality than the
one of the past twentyfoui hours
Tile value of the falling moisture can
hardly be counted at the present
time but It Is said to meuti the salva
tion of thousands of sheep in tho
Lakeside district whore the drought
had become almost unbearable
Telegraphic reports from various
points along the Harriman lines state
that between six and eight Inches of
nnow Intel fallen ut all points within a
radious of several hundred miles The
snow fall extends west as far as
Sparks although it Is much lghter at
that point East the storm extends
Into Wyoming and north far into Ida
ho
Officials of tho Southern Pacltlc
Tullrood say that the drought was
teaching a very dangerous length
west of the hike and that the sheep
men herding flocks along the Lakeside
mountains were beginning to fear
that they would not be able to obtain
water to keep the animals alive Wa
ter was being hauled by railroad and
distributed to koop the sheep from
dying of thirst Some of the herders
were beginning to report loses in
their herds from the lack of water and
the sheep owners were facing a crisis
This dnnger has now been happily
averted the belated consignment of
the beautiful arriving in the nick of
timeWhile
While he farmers of the country
were not in a position to suffer Im
mediate losses from the drought tholr
prospects of a good yield for next
year were becoming very gloomy and
they arc no less thankful for the snow
than are the wool growers
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BEllO JURY
FAILS 110
AiREE
The disagreement of a Jury in tho
pollee court this atternoon ended tho
prosecution oi Edward Belle the pro
rrletor of the Pacific saloon who was
charged with having violated the mm
or ordinance It IB not likely tho case
will be reheard
On December 2C E G Farr C L
Dnscoll and C W Weaver three
minors wore arrested for disturbing
the peace All of the boys had been
drinking and when they were ar
raigned for trial an effort was made
by the city attorney to learn from
what source they had secured tho In
toxicating liquor when they had im
bibed At this time they swore that
the Intoxicants responsible for their
condition when arrested hud been giv
en them by a stronger on the street
For their failure to tell the truth
concerning the purchase of Intoxicants
they were sentenced to serve thirty
days in prison Yesterday the boys
told the chief of police that thoy
would toll where thoy had obtained
their drinks Tholr story lead to the
arrest of folio
Because of the former uutnithful
ness of the boys the story which they
told to the court today was not given
full credence by the Jury hence tho
disagreement of the juroro
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HARVARD VERSUS
PRNCETO U
NEW YORK Dec 30Collogo foot
ball mon who have been here while
the Intercollegiate AthloUc association
was in session have had numerous
conferences ono result of which it
was said today was the proap cu for
a football game between Harvard and
Princeton next fall had been greatly
improved November 4 at Princeton
is tho suggested date and place for tho
game If ono is finally arranged Thcro
Is Bald however to bo little probabil
ity of a gridiron moaUng between
Harvard and Pennsylvania
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Mormon ConvertsA Bpeclal car
loaded with Mormon immigrants will
roach Ogden on the Union Pacific to
t morrow morning Most of the pas
sengers In the car will go straight
through to Salt Lake City
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PAY YO
When in need of GLASSES to
ut thorn here Wo have been
hero ten years and have treated
Ww
every one on tho square
will do the same by you We
know how to fit glasses and
I grind lenses and mako them
right
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Sunday January 19 Monday January 2 4
Mathiec Do < j > r in Prices
Monrnay aft 230 Popular
6EO MillER
IS BOUND I
OVER
Waiving his right to a preliminary
hearing George Miller charged with I
assault with a deadly weapon was
bound over to the district court this
morning by Police Judge Farnsworth
under a bond of 500
Thursday night Miller was found
clinging to tho outside bars of the
city prison and calling for a prisoner
by the name of Hogan While
there Is no prisoner locked up under i
that name it Is thought that Miller I
has n confederate In the prison and
that he was attempting to call him
to the window to give him a revolver
Special Officer John A Lambert
chanced to be passing tho city prison
and witnessed Millers performance
Tho officer called for the man to
conic down from the window and Miller
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her dropped by his side Officer Lam
pert ordered the man to como Into I
tho police station with him and on i
the way around the building Miller
drew an automatic gun from his
pocket and ordered the officer to i
throw up his hand The man prob I
ably would havo made his escape had
it not been that Officer Mclntyrc was
Just leaving tho prison and witnessed
the holdup of the special ofllCT Me I
Intyro came to the rescue of Lamport
and Miller was dloarmed antI locked
upIt is thought by the police that Mil
ler Is a professional croolc and that
he Is a most dangerous churacter
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TWIN SULLIVAN EARNS
POPULAR DECISION
NEW YORK Dec WJnclc Twin
Sullivan of Boston earned tho popular
decision over Frank Muntell of Paw
tucket It 1 here tonight in a ten
round bout
In the first seven rounds Mantoll
had a alight advantage but Sullivan
forced the lighting In the last Hirer
In the final round he hammered Man
tell at will Both men used rough
tactics
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c50CIETY
HOLIDAY WEDDING
One of the prettiest weddings of
the holiday season took place at the
home of Mrs Ellen F Eastman when
her daughter Leonora and Mr George
A Debbondener wero united In the
Koly bonds of matrimony President
James W Wothcrspoon officiating
Promptly at 7JO the wedding march
was played bv Miss Mae Conroy
Only the Immediate relatives wit
nessed the ceremony
The rooms were prellllv decorated
In the holiday colors and the briilf
and groom stood under a huge bell
in the archway gowned In green satin
elaborately trimmed In pearls and
gold lace and carried a shower
botiuet of roses Her veil was roiiRht
by a beautiful broach the Rift of
the groom The groom wore the
conventional black The bridesmaid
Miss Marlon Nyo cousin of the bride
Mile
wore a pretty gown of hprlcot
trimmed with chiffon Mr Albert
Cherriugton of Salt Lake City also
couBlu of the bride acted as best
man At 8 oclock a reception wah held
a number of out Qt town guests be
ing present The evening was en
joyably spent in a musical program
after which the guests repaired to
the dining room where a sumptuous
repast was served At a late hour tho
guests departed wishing the b ide
and groom a long and happy life
Many beautiful gifts wore received
After returning from a brief hon y
moon Mr and Mrs Dobbcudpncr wll1
make their home In Ogden
SANTA CLAUS PARTY
Santa Clnus played a prominent
part In a err pretty party given by
Uttlo Katherine Hflssett ngpd tin
months on last Saturday ufternoon
Although arriving a little In ailvnnco
of tho appointed time old Santas
presence was no loss welcome The
IivltationB unique and original were
I clcvoily worded In the following man
I ner I am expecting my Jlrst visit from
i Snntn Clauk Como and help him
unload his pack from 230 to 330
I p m
Needless to any the acvon Invited
ruosts did not require a second bid
ding to bo present at this rather un
inl form of aniuRemcaU and to
really assist u gcfnulnc Santa Claus
I in unloading his sack
j Thr llHBioll home was prettily doc
rated for the occasion In the Yule
Dear to the Hearts of the Women
DR T FELIX GOURAUDS
Oriental Cream j
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER 1
7c An Indispensable and Necessary I
Article for Particular Women
who Desire Detain a I
1
ji i YouLhful Appearance I
lIvery woinun owes It to herelf and
loved ones to retain the charm of youth 1
a nature has bestowed upon her For over
3lJ li sz half a century this article has been used i
by actresses alngure anti wonicn of
kIJc1 1 fashion It renders the skin like the
1 xoftncsH of velvet leaving It clear unit I
e14 I P r t 0tL loirly white and Is highly desirable when
tj irciarinc for dally or evening attire As
iiMt 1 rraisz I qe I t is K Iliiiild mid nonKronay prcpuratlou I
It rcninlnn tinnotlced When attendIng
tt p 1 i7Jil Onnfm balld or other pnterUilnmpnt It I
of the complexion
lircvonui a KroJiav appearance
las5 t crwvs JlTIc plexion enured by the skin becoming iI
liatcd I
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Gourauds Oriental Cream cures skin I
u 5 dIstes anti relievos Sunburn n < movea
Tun Pimples BlucJh adB Moth Patches r
5 = = Rash Frctklcn and Vulgar RncII I I
and refined complexion I
Yellow and MiuMy tnl Riving a delicately clear
whch every womnn riesires
whchoevery For lJllo by OnBRlt and Fancy Goods Dealers I
Ferd T Hoplcino Prop 37 Great Jones Street New York a
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lido colors rod and preen A large
mid briMlantlv lighted Xmas tree at
I traded the eye of each little tot and
i mndi visions of Santa Claus dance
I In each head At 2 oclock when his
pretence was announced many little
hearts experienced a thrill of fear
vhch soon gave place to one of
I childish pleasure This sack seemed
filled with trr > a mvs all their own
and all departed laden with tops from
Santas generous hand totally ann
taro of the fact that this Import
ant retbonagc was no other than
Mr liassott himself Older guests
pronounced him a typical old SL
Nick Those who onjoved Mr and
Mrs Ilnssctts hospitality and little
Katharines first Xmaa tree were
Helen andBUI Conroy katherIne
Ktauss Blanch Jonson Katherine and
Hnssett Chufflebarser and Katherine
I Boyle
MISS EDITH BREWER SURPRISED
The girls ol the clonk department
of the Last Thomas store paid a
Hurprlse visit to the home of Miss
Kdlth Brewer 2715 Wall street on
I Thursday night and spent the evening
In games and chatting Those present
were tho Misses Lillian Scott Stellit
Wright Alta CbriBteiiBcn Nina East
I man Hazel Hall Edna Shunts Ethel
Dumas Grace feeder and Gertrude
I Dell Xext Thursday afternoon Mrs P G j j
Spencer at her home 157 Canon
Road will entertaIn the ladles of tho
Methodist Missionary society
Mrs Dr J 12 Zimmerman Park
City Is lu Ogden visiting her sister j
Mrs Dr Wherry
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The missionary society of the
rirst Presbyterian church met on I
Wednesday afternoon of this week
with Mrs John E Carver 2415 Jef
ferson avenue
Miss Maude N Goble of Wells Nev I
has been visiting with friends In I I
Ogden this week
1 Mr Albert W Gohle Jr and Mss
Blvn C Toomba both wellknown
young people of Wells Net cam to
Ogden Vednesda and were quietly
married at the homo of Rev J E
Caner After a week of visiting with
I Ogden and Salt Lake Honda they
will return to Wells where Mr Goble
I Is engaged In mercantile business
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before the new Stock arrives
Every Piano on the floor
j must go
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE
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IEZT3 lHf G W1liII1S
I MIDlSi Company j
2216 Washington Ave Near the Tabernacle Ogden Utah
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m AN ADVERTISEMENT BY D DEOKER
Wfc a Does Delicatessen Mean
When Miu cninc out of the Orphcnm or the Pioture Shows
and you would like some little tasty timing to lake home just
look for the big word on HIP window next to the Orpheum en
trance This is tile plage where they cook nice ihingR Nice
After you have been shopping and arc about to go home and
you would liko to tempt your indifferent appetite go to the
Delicatessen
There are four of these placos in Fresno and three in Santa
Rosa Cal busy all the time serving customers They are a
muchneeded assistance for busy people and the tired shoppers
Look for the big word in golden letters and sample some
of their nice things to eat l
They arc cooked with gas
UTAH LIGHT RAILWAY CO

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