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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1012 , r 1HJ
-."1 Inquire of anyone who hns
Vsi I 3 nicely balanced sense of true
V style and material value where
!''' j the summer suit should be
, : purchased and he will recom-f'f-
if mend you here.
H i ' Fabrics with cotton in their
"J ff makeup and of glaring, cheap
iJ5M f designs find a frosty -welcome
S t hPre Similar welcome is ac-
'A m corded the suit ihot has been
&9 "skimped" in linings, trim
'"5i ' mingfl, workmanship, etc., and,
Jj i if the style isn't up to a high
pgl I' metropolitan standard the suit
m i 'tt surey K'vcn cold deal.
fy3 The cool, comfortable suit
M i 1S erec ncre at
ij $1 to $S5
9 WATSON -TANNER
a! CLOTHING CO.
Uj 376 24th St.
9 "Where the Clothes Fit."
jl . ' This Is
B tWe Are Looking For
9 1 ,- Quick Action
R 1 $10,000 worth of slightly used
H1L Pianos, including- such cele-
f y brated makes as Kimball,
H' Cable, Estoy, Lester, etc., etc.
m! Everyone .of which are re-
H-j duced from 100 to $200.
3 Prices range from $160 to $400.
R3 Cash or terms to suit.
1 Ggdsrc fcie Go.
H EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
2370 Wash. Ave.
HI Are Your Fingers
It No? Then Use
II "SECURITY TRAPS"
B (1 To Catch Your Rats and Mice.
I ' "They'ro Automatic" and Thcy'ro
If "Security" Mouse Traps 10c
Ik At the "Galco" Store
I GEO. A. LOWE CO.,
I Ogden, Utah.
I . Phone 321. 403 25th Street
H We have the largest van In the
I city. Quick service. Moving, ship.
H ping and handling pianos. Prompt
ffi freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
ng a spe9lalty. Storage at reason
M I able rates.
Ogtion Turf Exchange
m 3607 WABHINGTON AVE.
H Charleston, Jarpestovn. Ken-
H : tucky and Couer d'Alcne races.
H j Perfect description. Four mln-
H utcs' ride on Washington avenue
Hi ' PHONE 313
Ejf FOR THAT
W) ROOFING JOB
Newman & Jackson
M t 2460 Hudson Ave. Phone 1952
ml I a! j. atkin
!H t PRACTICAL PLUMBER,
! f ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
,m I REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
MM ' Res. 2M5 Porter Ave,
lm ; Phono 2083
I: CHICHESTER'S PIL1&
JHU " ",'" THK DIAMOND UEANI. X
iMI 1 QJ&5SKS I'liU la IiJ and Qold nrUHi.f
9l k TPB bo. ltIfl wili Bice Klbboo. V
fll ' I - uT DIaHoSD UKANI) 1'ILLS, for lift
m r sold Dy druggists everywhere
13 ' British trade unions galn&d out 1V
-i ' 000 raemberB, or less than 1 per cent,
iS ' during the three yoiua 1908-1910. Jho
. '. Inpnrrift nt iha hunclrod DrlUClpal Utt-
.9 v 1 'ons reached a total of $40,005,000 and
& s expendlturen exceeded Incomo by ?-,
,-'.. 610,000. Strike pav amounted ' to 55,-
ion i 4k - -
For Editorial, Newa and Society
Department, Call Only Phone No
For Subscription and AdvertUJnjj
Department, Call Phone No. 66
"They that rock the cradle rule the
world " So said Napoleon, the man
vho knew what physical force could
do. By what means and at what tre
mendous cost tho mothers have rulel
will ho tho Sunday nlfiht theme In
the First Presbyterian church. Music -
High Prle3t Elder W. P. Monsoii
will be the Bpeakcr at the meptlng nl
tho high priests of the Weber stake to
be held In the Second ward meeting
houso at 10:30 a. m. Sunday.
Tho Standard phone numbers have
been changed. For editorial, Hoclety
and news departments call up 421.
For tbq business office call phono 56
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roynolds have
moved from Poplar Heights to thoh
new bungalow, at ll34 Capital avenue.
Tho flies are coming. Order your
window screens and doors from
Wheelwright Lumber Company.
F. W. Easton, assistant superintend
ent of tho Southern Pacific, made a
trip to Carlln Friday to transact of
ficial business for the company. He
returned to this city late thl6 after
noon. Beautiful h?.ls at cost. Five Points
Millinery, 23S Wash.
Archltoct Hodgson's plans for a
four-room addltlou to the Mound Fort
school were accopted at a special
meeting held by the board of educa
tion Friday night, and the clerk of
the board was Instructed to advertise
for '.bids which must be in tho hands
of the board by May 22. Tho Improve
ment will cost ?10,000.
Call -121 for tho news, editorial and
society departments of the. Standard,
Merchants Meet Tho retail mer
chants held a meeting Friday after
noon for tho purpose of discussing tho
Idea of a uniform closing hour, but
because of the fact that several ol
tho merchants vero not In attendance,
owing to other business, the meeting
was adjourned and another ono will
be bold Borne afternoon early next
week. It Is rumored that the drj
goods morchants favor closing at 7
on Saturday nights and the qlpthing
merchants favor closing at S-
Kodak finishing, Tripp, 3501 25th 9L
Accident In Garage Although he
sustained sovero bruises about the
legs when he was pinched between
two automobiles In a local garagM
Thursday afternoon, Villlam Bostaph,
ex -city engineer, is able to attend to
business at tho office, and is not
experiencing much discomfort a.s a
result of tho accident. Whilo he was
cranking his machine In the garage
Thursday a small boy who wus seat
ed In tho car threw in the clutch anq
tho car pushed Mr. Boataph against
another machine that was standing
directly behind him.
Lawn mowers sharpened and re
paired City Repair Shop, Phone
1S97-J. We call and deliver. By I
Teachers' Institute The last conn
ty tcaohers' Institute of tho year was
held today by Superintendent W. N.
Pettersou Mr Petterson conducted
thp primary work and Prof A. J
Powell had charge of tho music. All
of the principals w'oro well supplies
with blanks upon which they made out
their reports for the school year and
from those blanks Superintendent
Petterson compiled his data for the
annual report from the principals for
State Superintendent A. C. Nelson of
J. W. Nickson. Autos for hire.
Stand, Fallotaff Cafe. Phone 167. -
A Night With Shakespeare Tho
D O. R. club of the First Methodist
church Invite all their friends and
the people of Ogden to a "Nfght With
Shakespcaro" at the church on Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock, with Prof
Augustine Dwyer, tho eminent lectur
er and Shakespearean scholar.
The manufacturers of B. & G.
Butter are constantly Btrivlng to make
their best, better.
Prof. Dwyer at ths Fourth Ward
Prof. Dwyer will bo the speaker at the
Fourth Ward meeting houso tomor
row evening. Services will commence
at 7 o'cloolc A souvenir will bo pre
sented to the mothers present A
musical program has been arranged.
The Standard phone numborB have
boon changed. For editorial, uooloty
- and news departments call up 421
For tlje business office call phono 5C.
The Standard will pay 10 cent3 per
copy for the first six copies of the
Evening Standard dated April 12,
Advertisers must havo tbolr cop7
for the Evening Standard tho evening
before tho day on which tho adver
tisement Is to appear, la order to In-
The Standard phono numbers havj
boen changed. For editorial, society
and news departments call up 421.
For the business office call phone 56.
DETECTIVES RAID A
Chicago, May 11. Betting on horse
racing lu Chicago !s expected to be at
a standstill today because of a raid
on the main gambling "bureau" in a
North Bide hotel after its locatlohad
been discovered by members of As
sistant Chief Schucttler's "wire-tapping
Detectives by climbing tolephono
poles and tapping the wires got a de
scription of tho rooms at is wont over
the lines to agents and a bombard
ment with axes, Bledges and crowbars
Five men were found In charge of
the rooms which were protooted by
two heavy iron doora and a thick oak
door. Demands to open tho locks
went unheeded and tho dotectlvcs
battered them down and arrested tho
nulntctto of gamblors.
Read tho Classified Ads,
Former Minister to
Await Execution in
Boston, May 11. When Informed by
Sheriff Qulnn at tho Charles street
Jail yestorday that ho would be re
moved to Charlostown stato prison,
Clarenco V T. RIchoson, the former
Baptist minister, who Is undor sen
tenced to bo oloctrocutod thp wool;
iKjginning May 19 for poisoning bis
one-time sweetheart, Avl3 Llnnelt
wont down upon his knees and beggnd
to bo allowed to stay at tho jail n
few days more.
"It would have been hard to refuse
him and I told him that he would not I
bo moved tomorrow or Sunday," said
Shorlff Qulnn last night
A statement given out late last
night by Governor Foss secretary
says In part:
"Tho governor realizes, of course,
that on his decision may rest the life
or death of his man. He has asked
Dr. L. Vornon Briggs to make an ex
haustive study of the case and is now
awaiting the report from Dr. Briggs
But tho governor has also called into
conference Dr. Henry B Steddman,
Dr. Henry Perineo and Dr Foruold.
"While it (is well known tho gov
ernor is opposed to capital punish
ment, he will not for a raonont allow
his personal views to influenco his
decision. Tho whole thing hinges on
this ono point: Was Rlcheson Insane
at the time the crime was commit
ted? "The governor is not seeking to
savo this man's life. He abhors, as
does everyone, the awful crime to
which Richeson has confossed, and 11
it is found that he Is and was legal
ly sane at the time tho crime was
committed, he would not think for
one Instant of extending to Rlcheson
executive clemency '
Dawn Brings Hope to
Sufferers After Night
New Orleans, May 11. Now Or
leans awoke this morniug with the
sun beaming down upon last night's
scono of confusion when the city ex
perienced a storm that because of the
flood In the river, was the most threat
ening ever known.
No rain fell the latter part of the
night, and tho clouds hnd vanished
this morning with prospects of a fair
The river fell gradually from 2
o'clock this morning, after having ex
ceeded all flood records here by a
foot and a half.
Relief Follows Storms.
Dawn today brought relief and hope
to thousands of people, and ended a
night of excitement and terror for
those living In upstate towns and vil
lages behind levees considered none
too safe becauco of the terrific rain
storm that swept down the Mississip
pi river from the northern portion of
accompanied by hail and lightning,
and a near hurricane that dashed riv
er wator over levees in cascades from
Baton Rouge south, tearing away
temporary earthworks recently con
structed. From scores of towns belated tele
grams tell of conditions almost bor
dering on panic where hundreds of
frightonod people loft fram dwellings
and sought safety in brick and stone
Work All Night.
Many places reported as much as
six Inches of rain within about four
hours ending at 10 o'clock last night,
flooding towns and villages. At doz
ens of points up and down the river
where levees wero thought weaken
ing, hundreds of citizens worked be
side gangs of convicts all night long
In the driving rain, digging mud and
pilings and bags on levee tops to keep
the torrential watoia from the north.
At New Orleans the wind backed up
the wator until tho gauge at 10 o'clock
registered 21 9 feet. Water was blown
over the loveea hero In many places.
At tho Southern Pacific transfer ferry,
the water literally poured over the
lines of saudbags placed about the
ferry house by the railroad puoplc.
Emergency gangs stopped the over
flow after half an hour's work. The
city streets wero turned into torrents,
the water in several instances flooding
business houses to the depth of four
Inches, filling basements and man
holes. City In Dar.knesc.
In addition to tho uneasiness, tho
city lighting plant was out of com
mission and most of tho city was In
darkness for nearly an hour.
In the 25 minutes ondlng at 9 o'clock
last night 1.7 inches of rain fell. In
tho residence district the wator was
over the sidewalks by several inches.
Hundreds were caught in the down
pour, unable to got to their homes bo
cause of the crippled car service
Scores of well dressed men took off
their water-logged shoes, slung them
over their shoulders, rolled up their
trousers to tbelf knees and walked
and waded to their homos.
5100 Reward 5100.
, The readers ol this paper will b"e nleassa to
learn that there is nt least one dreaded disease
hit science has been able to cure in H its
taeei. and that b Catarrh. Hall Catarrh
Cure li the only positive cure known to the med
ical fraternity. Catarrh beinjc a constitutional
dUeaje, requires a constitutional treatment.
UH' Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
drectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the ylem, thereby dwtroyine the fouudalion
ot the diieajf, and givinn; thr patient strength
by buildinx up the coratitution and aMtstinit
nature in doine its work. The proprietori have
o much faith in lis curative powers that they
ofler One Hundred Dollar for any case that it
tails to cure. Send for ILt of tectiaonlrl.
VVddrew, i J. CI IEWUV & CO., Toledo, O.
erSold by firucRUl. 76c
Hull's family I'ilb arc the test.
S When A Store Says It Can I
PjmMBpSR' '-f- OdVc I Oil lViOilCy I
Dlppg UJ fffvrl' '' ou everyone, Is anxious to buy their things just as ecmomloally aa I j
-MS $ hpi HI " '$ ' e-v Pos3ibly can To be sure that you are, there's but one -vvay, and that 1 '
wSfcSSak: tkwSrll .!!$ J & by comparing values. Compare elsewhere aud hore put us to the test. I
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irTH j& Waffjf' '"-1 'et tore 1vnc vou never even dreamed possible. 1 j
iQlSPJai J The savings are great the assortments in Furniture and Home Fur- I
CTli,- jSSsaEiM nishings complete terms of payment arranged to meet your requirements. 1 s
g -uiMftp w re are waiting for the test are you ready to make it? 1
We Have Everything For the Home Furniture of I
All Styles dnd the Best Quality 1
Agents For the Famous Our Lace Curtain and Drapery I ;
! Ostermoor Mattress Department 1
A shipment just arrived. See an especially fine one for. $15 js overflowing "with nice things for summer decorations. 1
I Inexpensive lace curtains that are very dainty, and goods by 1 It
( tr tn . TSTtrz-r "R?. TVT,otst tne yard, that is very effective. Make your rooms cool and 1
1 See Our WmicSow For New airy l00k5ng for smnmei, 1 -
Thing In Linoleums : 1
mJJtJ Have You Noticed the Blue 1
I purchasing. - Enamel Range In Our Window I
; It is something new and odd, the entire body being blue i
1 CarpetS aiUll RUJJJS enamel with nickel trimmings and steel top. Be sure and see j
The finest lines in the city. The patterns are the nowest it. 1
and are very beautiful. Hugs, all sizes and grades. Come . 1 j
and see them, whether you purchase or not. T5.Tvrmy ar- x tt74 rffc,s 9 I
A New Line o! Fine CPifiee I I
Buy a Gllderon For the Boys Desks
I They will give them lots of fun. A regular sled on Has just arrived. See thorn in Golden Oak, satin fin- 1
wheels and canbe guided with the feet. ish. A handsome sanitary desk for 40.00. 1
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1 MARKET SUMMARY,
NoVf York, May 11. The week in
tho stock market was characterized
by considerable irregularity, at ttmes
giving way to weakness, but final
prices helped to redeem a large part
of tho early decline The movement
was due to various developments of a
detorent nature, including professional
manipulation, the Mississippi valley
floods and adverse crop prospects.
Regarding tho latter, it is evident
from the government report issued in
the course of tho week that winter
wheat has suffered soveroly and that
the abandoned acreage Is beyond all
April statistics show a failing ofi in
foreign domand for copper, but the
United States Steel corporation's
April "unfilled tonnage" exceeding
that of March by 360,000 tons, Is a
better exhibit than was looked for.
General conditions in tbe iron In
dustry remain so conflicting, however,
as to' make the speculative situation
Money has continued to ease ever
since tho completion of May settle
ments and the New York City $65,
000,000 bond offering, which was
awarded to nn average price slightly
below the last, caused no monetary
RAINS PUT WHEAT
, Chicago. May 11. Good general
lains throughout the winter crop belt
todav put the wheat market on the
down-grade. WeakncsB ut Liverpool
was alos a doproasins factor, although
largely duo to bearish reports from
this Bide. For tho time being condi
tions northwest in regard to dimin
lshed acreage appeared to be forgot
ten The opening was T-S lower to
1-8(21-4 up. July started at 1.13 1-2
to 1 13 8--U varying fro raa shade off
to l-Sl-4 advance and gradually de
clined to 1.13 1-4.
Delay in planting strengthened
corn, but large receipts and the bask
set in wheal resulted later in a down
turn. July opened 1-8 1-4 to 1-13-S
higher at 78 l-43-S and sagged to
Free selling under the leadership
of a prominent house had a discour
aging effect on the bulls in the oats
crowd. The weakness of other grain
counted also against the market. July
started 1-S to l-4(2'3-S Up at 5 J to
54. l-43-S and deocendod to 53 7-S.
Support for provisions was poor and
there was a good deal of scattered re
alizing on the part of miscellaneous
longs. First sales ranged from 2 1-2
to 22 1-2 lower, with Soptomber de
livery $19 25 to $19.40 for pork,
.iapo i n in00 for lard and SlflJr
to ?10.47 1-2 for ribs.
OGDEN WHOLESALE. PRODUCE
Ogden, Utah. May 11. Butter
Creamery, extra, in cartonB, 30c;
creatnory firsts, 23c; cooking, 22c;
Choese Eastern, 22c; Utah, 18c;
Y. A., 19c,
EggBKancb( Pr case of 30 dorea
Sugar Cano. $6.20; beet, $6.00.
Chicago, May 11. Ruttor Steady
treameries. 26529; dairies. 23ip27.
Eggs Steady: receipts, 29.055, at
mark, cases included, 17 12; ordinar
firsts. 10 1-2; firsts, IS.
Cheese Steady; daisies, 151-1;
twins, 15 l-40l-2; young Americas.
lul-4; long horns, lol-4.
Chicago, May 11. Cattle Receipts,
2,000; market steady; beeves, 6 00a
9.00, Texas stoers, 5. 10a7.40; western
steers, 5.75a7.60; stockers and feeders,
4.20a6.60; cows and heifers, 2.75a
7.75; calves, 5.00a7.75.
Hogs Receipts, 8,000; market
steady to stronger; light, 7.30a7.S0,
mixed, 7.40a7.90; heavy, 7.40a7.90;
rough, 7.40a7.60; pigs, 5.00a7.00, bull;
of sales, 7.65a7.80.
Sheep RecolptB, 3,000; market
strong to 10 up, native, 4.60a7.40;
wostorn, 4.80a7.50; lambs, native, 5.90
aO.OO; western, G.25a9.75.
New York, May 15 The metal
markets were quiet and practically
nominal as usual in the absence of ex
changes. Lake coppor, 101G 1-3;
electrolytic, 16l-2; casting, 15 1-2
Tin, $46 1046.50.
Spelter, $C.756.85. w
Antimony, Ccokson's, 5S.00.
Bar silver, 60 l-2c.
Omaha, May 11. Cattle Receipts.
200: market steady; native ateors.
$0.50S.50: cows and holfors, 3.50
7.50; western steers, 4.757.75; Tex
as stoors, i.oOS'C-SO; range cows and
heifers, 3.000.25; canners, 2.50'4.75:
stockers nnd fcoders, 4.25(5 7 25.
calves, 1.007.75, bulls, 'stags, etc,
Hogs Receipts 9,500; market 5
10c lower; heavy, 7.557.65; mixed,
7.357.5G; light, 7.25(7.60; pigs, COO
07 2&; bulk, 7.3507.CO.
Sheop Receipts. 100; market
steady; yearlings. C.757.25; wethers,
a.OOQ'C.eO; ewes, 5.006.25; lambs,
Kansan City Livestock.
Kansas City. May 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 200, no southerns; market
steady, native steers, C.75aS.75; south-
I VISIT THE NEW
J OLYMPIA CANDY KITCHEN 1
320 TWENTY-FIFTH ST.
I Tasty dainties to take homo. Prlcen reasonable. H
j Fruits, Candies, Ice Cream, Nuts, etc. 1
' Deliveries made to all parts of the city.
' Finest equipped soda fountain In Ogden. k
ern steers, 5 00aS.75; southern cowb
and heifers, 4.25a6.C5; native cows and
heifers, 4.00a8.00, stockers and feed
ers, 2.00a4.75, bulls, 4.75a6.75; calves,
5.00aS.OO. western steers, 6.50aS.60;
western cows, 4.50a6.0.
Hogs Receipts, 1,500; market
steady to strong; bulk of sales, 7.60a
7.90; heavy, 7.80a7.95; packers and
butchers, 7.65;a7 90; lights, 7.45a7.75;
pigs. 5.75a6 50.
Sheep Receipts, none; market
steady; muttons, 4,25n7.25; lambs,
7.00a9.40; range wethers and year
lings, 4.25a0.15; range owes, ' 3.75a
5.75; Texas goats, 2.75a3.75.
EVER HAVE IT?
If You Have, the Statement of This
Ogden Citizen will Interest You
Ever have a "low-down" pain in the
In the "small." right over tho hips.
That's tho home of backache.
It's caused by sick kidneys.
That's why Doan's Kidney Ellis
cure it. .
Ogden peoplo endorse this. Read a
case of It:
Mrs. William T. Baker, rear 626
Twenty-seventh street, Ogden, Utah,
says: "It gives me pleasuro to rec
ommend Doan's Kidney Pills as they
havo proven to be a good remedy for
kidney and bladder troubles. I havo
takon Doan's Kidney Pills with the I
best of results and ilber members of
my family havo used them for weak
and lame back with auccess. Doan's
Kidney Pills can be relied upon to
bring relief from kidnoy disorders.''
For sale by all dealers. Prlco 50
cents, Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo,
Now York, sole agents for tho United
Remember the name Dean's and
take no other.
Captain Scott's reportod discovery
of coal In the Antarctic regions Is the
most Important practical result of the
soarch for the South Pole. Whether
tho deposits are large or small and
the quality of the coal are matters yet
to be ascertained by geologists and
There may be error or exaggeration
in estimating the value and extent of
pur Alaskan coal fields, but there is
no reason to question tho fact that j
the deposits In the Amorican terri
tory are wonderfully rich. Though In I
the frozen north, they aro accessible '
as tho future sourco of coal suppli' '
to meet all the requirements of In- J
dustries In the United States, for cen- 1
turles to come. "j
Chinese coal may find its way Into
the markets of tho world bofore many
years. It may be that the coal fields
of Alaska and China and possibly
thoEo of Persia will be nearly ex
hausted before means are found to I
make available tho coal In the Ant- R I
arctlo regions The Ice barrier and 1
the intense cold of the temperature I
will prevent any Immediato utllica- I
Uon of the deposits there. I
Yet it i3 well to know that such an j H
ultimate resource for fuel exists. Aus- I
tralla and New Zealand will doubtless
lead In finding means to overcome .
the difficulties in tbe future, but gen-
orations at loast are likely to pans be- I
fore the effort is consummated. There
should be no more talk about the ex- H
haustjon of the world's coal for cen-
turles to come, but nevertheless v.iso H
conservation In the existing mining M
fields Is to bo studiously observed. U
Philadelphia Press. fM
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Read tbe Classified Ads. H
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Our store will be open until 10 o'clock every Saturday evening until