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lK TEE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911. "Bfc, ' .H
J : HIS INJURIES
I Q " ' '
I j . rtr surviving almost a week with
?"Ufj holo through his body near
j tfc m, hV. lhc '0UnS man wh "hot
IlP ilm.rff 3 b0 Sflt n U bCnCh ln th"
!?if r SrV Inst Tuesday evening, die 1
vl frnm ftc-cffccrs of the Injury at the
TiTlfforIal hospital about 2 o'clock
.9 yn (onnecllon with th man's death
V ., vu discovered that his name was
m KoTiSib0 George ApopaKir. Instead of
9 TohD W""tln as 1,e tn,tl tJ,(? I'ollce on
9 "th D!ght of the tragedy, and that he
(J was a Greek Instead of a Russian.
VI Ano""8 rcascm for misinforming
Ml fV0 officers Is not known
Iji- flic discovery of the man's risht
9 noce s n,ade trough a letter
fft wycb be wrote to his father in Ath
H W cn& Greece. This also proves another
I )V fii:lciioa from the J'ounp man, for
I Jl B be'stated lnHt uo hnd no living rela-
'inflilwv tlrca. Apopalar wrote tho letter on
U V sjturdfiy. realizing Lhat he coul-1 not
jive. The contents of the message aro
23 ) , BOt known.
0B Incidentally. Apopalar's death was
. (vc first to occur at the new hospl
I 1 ' i Mj. He. together with about fifteen
f I other patients of the Ogdon General
tj3plial, were removed to the Dec
jlemorlnl hospital on Saturday
W ft The body was removed to the Hea-
' I (0n.IClrkcndall undertaking rooms,
I Dut arrangemonts for the funeral havo
1 cot jet been made. It is very prob-
1 able that Interment will be made In
I the Ogden City cemetery at tho coun-
I JL tfs expenso, as the man was pennl-
I 1s when ho attempted his own life.
I ,' and, so far as known, he has no rela-
ffl j tires or friends In this city.
i .Vovcr can tcii when you'll mash n
1 - flaper or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or
1 ; jcald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas E--
1 i leclfc Oil instantly relieves the pain
1 quickly cures the wound.
JF THE POLICE
3 While J. D Adney, of tho, Bear Rlv-
I cr valley, stepped to the ticket wlu-
I doV to purchase his ticket at the Un-
H l? J - Jondepot yesterday afternoon his fur-
jSL ir. - overcoat, valued at $75, disappeared
fBH T ' Ifvrli J.hailCiyhrc lie ha(L le't it
1 THV a few minutes provIoTrsTMr. Adney.
m ater noU,y,nP the police, boarded a
I M i Within half an hour after the theft
) Capt. C C. Brown and Officer Rus-
i" sell found a mail on the street wcar-
Ing the overcoat. When questions by
r the officers he stated that ho had i
, v' bought the coat from a stranger for
'- f $7.50. He accompanied the officers,
1 i and vrfthin a short time they bad lo-
,i x I I cated the man.
', X Ho gave his name as John Johnson,
j ' ? and was locked up on a charge of petit
I ' " i, v larceny. When arrested Johnson had
' : ;' spent but fifty cents of tho nionoy ho
i had received for the coat and the pur-
jt ' chasfr was therefore out very little as
. a result of the transaction.
-rS OGDEN CANYON SCHEDULE.
' 1 In Effect January 1, 1910.
i-1 Sk Leave Leave Leave
Mr B TJcIou Depot. Hermitage. Sanitarium
W wf 1:00 p. m. 1:40 p.n. 1:55 p.m.
9 2:20 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:15 p. m.
ft 3:10 p.m. 4:20 p. m. 4.35 p ra.
M 5:l0 nnl 5:33 p. m. 5:45 p.m.
JJf C:00 p m. G:30 p. m.
M mf 7:00 p- m- 7:30 1)- 31-
Mf :00 p. in. S:30 p. m.
iff 9:0 p nu 9:" p' m'
I PRISONERS ENJOY
I The priRonera in the city and couuty
' W I jails experienced another holiday joy
im I yesterday, when they were served
9j wltli a rognlation Now Year's dinner
h At the county jail the menu Included
,, flf roast poik with brown gravy, mashed
V potatoes, mince pie and pudding.
V This county jail feast was greatly
; cuhanced by the culinary assistance
' rendered by "Stack." an affable col-
" ored man, and former dlnlng-car cook,
JHL who Ih doing tlmv, but who enjoys the
AVk dlslluction of being a trusty.
k At the city Jail the prisoners not
tennly enjoyed an excellent breakfast
Hjon and coffee, but also feasted
HThc list good
Bckcts on sab
B Pinal limit on
Ai 1 1 d c rw e n t
H the Dec
Bl to home
V night re-
Hn f e c t c d
H x p c c t c d .
Hto other proi-
K) Yearly 'House Cleaning' of a Great Store" K13, I
1ALE is to begin at the stroke of nine Tuesday morning. The time will be short. Sill I
lr interests can best be served by acting promptly. Pi3 I
SS What Is the January Sale? What the Main Floor Offers 89 m
5 In spite of the fact that we have carefully The main floor also offers at the January g3 I
fe guarded the news of this sale, therp are Sale reductions on its entire stock of silks PI2 I
hundreds of prudent women in different parts of this state and dress goods the excellent big stock domestics, mean- lEJLa I
QM who are waiting anxiously for this word. The very rame of ing the calicos, the muslins, the flannels and fancy flannels. Ki3 I
LJj Wrights' January Sale demands instant attention of the pru- It offers the whole good stock of table linens, of towels and fejy I
FTJJI dent shoppers who in former years have profited from it. napkins There is the splendid stock of embroideries at your command m H
fegji The January Sale is indeed the yearly "house cleaning of this great the matchless stock of laces and ribbons the neckwear, the veils, the fe!'i
ratm. .rafl store ami of our Clothing store. Every housewife knows that nt house-cleaning time she f,inds, stored trimmings and Handkerchiefs Remember, ton lhal in buying thobi' on have unrestricted access to the llSJ j
gu--i-j away, many articles of which she had forgotten. With how much more truth does this apWly a stock best regular stock not only the items to which we referred us coming from the stock rooms you have &jjs jH
M such as this great building contains think of the thousands of bargain opportunities which this house- your choice without exception. ( pr,crsJ w'fB
PASS'S cleaning reveals. . , 1 Sik! H
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S Both Stores Are Included why. Prices are not What Second Floor Offers S B
go3 Both the Big Store on the corner Quoted Here This splendid second floor offers E3 I
f and the Clothing Store "Wrights' , Four pages of this space would everything in ladies ready-to-wear I
S Clothing Store-a half block north-are to Xed 11 S tTagen- -including millinery. All of the splendid NaS
fS participate in the yearly clearance and every eral idea of the magnitude of this suits including the very best styles late New f H
tlftc? department in each store is effected the sale sale and of the many departments York Models suits which will be wanted for h I
vsi is so broad in. its conception that you may come with to wnicn it applies we adopt this spring they are all su ejected to the January Sale Rcduc- "- jfl
y confidence for whatsoever thing you want in the lines method. You should visit the tions: Dresses for party and for street. Coats for ladies PJ3
gjDJ we carry and find the price lowered to a point that will pay you to antici- StOTC see the Windows. and for children Petticoats of silcs and of cotton -handsome "Waists, Ki- 82 '11
k pate wants and supply them now. monos and Sweater Coats. feJUfl
S What we Found in Stock Taking Why This Sale will Excell 3 Jl
p5 Most of you would be surprised to see the There are good reasons why this sale should KgJCTB
il process known as stock taking as it is con- be the greatest we have ever held aBbast gi 'fl
jPijS ducted at our store there is no guess work there is no ap- why the best prices ever made will be the rule. Fire pre- pjjj
g. proximating quantities or qualities. Every corner is ran- pared with winter goods for the usual winter season. Until gS? JB
P sacked every boxirom cellar to roof is opened, its contents now we have had summer weather -many people were still fTHII
m$& turned out--counted, or not counted according to its worth. Every button, wearing summer underclothing when this cold storm began---hence we are SbLLLI
iteJ every yard of measurable material is counted. Can you not appreciate how left with much more winter stock than we should have at this seasonV and C--H
"j this painstaking-inventory reveals hundreds and thousands of items which should be sold even at a will naturally sell this merchandise at prices which will insure its moving. Another good reason, for AFH
m loss rather than have it harbored another year idle merchandise gathers no profit and contrary to the success of this sale is that we have no large warerooms where winter goods might be stored. And JBBBbH
j33e ; the old proverb, it is the moving merchandise that gathers the profit it is profitable to sell merchan- the stock-room snace that we have is now ready to receive the spring shipments, whioh will begin to "WgrJ
-" disc at less than its cost, rather than not to sell' it at all. The money we get for slow stock is immedi- arrive in a few days Then, we cannot pay these spring bills with merchandise and the bills may b fcc4H
pp""" ately invested in fresh, moving stock, and thereby becomes active and increases unmoving merchan- Paid with less money if they are paid promptly if we take advantage of the time discounts. Hence, fcpd H
vj" disc there is stock taking up the room that we need there is money tied up in these stocks money that KBwH
S&J And so each year's inventory uncovers much of this stock much of good clean stock which has been we ueed in merchandise, without this sale, woul d probably bo carried until another season You se6 5l H
ft " overlooked these items are brought to the counters, where they are priced at a figure to insure selling, we have manv ood reasons for expecting this to be a record-breaking sale. KiLrJH
te'H and m addition to this the entire stock is subjected to a price reduction which makes this the greatest jpMqd 'rnl
)yy sale of the year. Ll!l tjH
Sly . - What the Basement Offers El'lM
Efs What the Clothing Store Offers -, .,.... fc EfH
.cHSJ : The varied lines in the Economy Basement EJs,M
paj From the already low prices for which this are too varied for even a causual mention C'B
Clothing Store is noted there is HOW "iven tle 'ines car"el- Many customers make a practice of visiting ?s': J
KJ3 the January Sale Reductions this includes the excellent line oi men's ths daftmtL for thf suggestions which it offers. The blanket PlB
Kr3 Ht- "slaffr. ffr K7r.,.. f-l-Ui U- U u - . L ,l t sale, which will be one of the features of the .sale, will be held in the base- pij H
Hart, bhaitner & Marx Clothing, which we believe to be the best mei;t The salc a,so of En lish Americailt French and German china and fed' ,M
ME3 reaay-to-wear Clothing in the World. It includes all of the overcoats, Porcelain will be held here. The prices to be made on Dinnerware such as to justify our conclusion tnat &: I H
pBfrv both those for men and boys. The great line of boys' clothing-, suits as that stock will be dosed out completely. . 111911 H
rt well as old pants-Men's Odd Pants, Sweaters, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Ties Gloves Jewelry and Trunks' Ba& and Suitcases ar in the basement at the sale prices, as are also Curtains, Drapenes EJ H
3"a indeed, anything that a man wears Jewtiry' of all kinds and Couch Covers. Cut Glass and plain Glassware will be much cheaper during this sale SrdM
vEM and your wants in this line should be supplied at this time. Graniteware, Kitchen Utensils and small r 9mi-H
)jj ie January Salo means that everything is cheaper. Hardware there are to be hundreds of bargains in this lino. 'Hlftl ''1
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