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H THE EVENING STAttlmKP, PGrPSrif, "PTA!, TTJlssim-, MA !,, rare 0
H i - comfortable
H ! underwea r
H in all styles
m and sizes.
H light weight
Hl wool, etc.
m priced the
B "nyeway" ,
H r lower.
H 2413 Washington ave.
I BASEBALL AT
I ;v, FLAW CITY
H Baseball came In for Its share of
H attention at Plain City last Saturday
Hl afternoon. The first game of the
H season to bo played there was pulled
j off, and quite a crowd of men and
HJ boys witnessed the sport. The teams
Hl striving for the honors of the day
H -were one from the Industrial School
Hj and Plain City's second nine, the Bull-
1 dogs. The score was 13 to 12 in favor
1 of the Plain City boys.
Hl Some fairly good ball, all things
M considered, was put up by both teams.
1 The outflelding of the Industrials, m
H some Instances, was highly credit-
H ' able to those players, while Benny
H Hudson of the Bulldogs visited the
H four bags without a halt in a way to
H bring the grandstand to its feet with
1 a yell. Home runs, though, were not
H as common as they sometimes arc,
Hj the Industrials getting a look-in on
1 that kind of play with something like
H two or three to their credit
H REPUBLICANS, ATTENTION!
H The Oregon Short Line has been
PJfl 'selected as the official route to the
fH Republican state convention at Provo,
j Utah,, May 15th. Tickets on sale
j May 14th and 15th good returning
iH the 17th. Delegates will leave Ogden
1 at 7:05 a. m., May 15th. Round trip
1 rate, .$3.00, open to the treveling
1 public. Secure tickets at City Ticket
1 Office, 2514 Washington Ave.
iM E. A. SHBWB, C. P. & T. A.
I L. Tkmd that J
H (Bk at c finScf ends, and
H WNrkm every Pa'r contains B
H v thc "tips" wcar ut
H iSIKBMFA Ttere'3 a way (o tell
Wwk yLmmW r.thename "Kayser."
H iKl'IBB B raore I
H llliBH than the "ordinary kind"
H IHP& and are worth double
j gf&fBSM in Q.ua"ty, fit and value.
H mwlmmmmmJ$ IooIf in tnerhcm fori
H KMK , Short Silk Qlovas
wUUiil 60c, 7Bc. $1.00, $1.25 1
iH WBHH Glova
B faaSr S" S,'
At a mooting of the rotail clerks of
the city in the court house Monday
ovenlng" 300 clerks were present and
the following officers were olected.
A. B. Foulger, president; Everett
Ncuteboom, first vice president; Jo
seph Pnlne, second vice presldentand
L. B. Farley secretary-treasurer
A committee composed of Joseph S.
Baxter, Axel Llndstrom and Arnold
Bowman was detailed to confer witl)
the local contratcors and endeavor to
persuade them to make Friday or
Monday as their regular pay-day in
order that the big rush of business,
will not fall on 'Saturday, when, all
of tho country people come to town
to do their trading.
A committee consisting of George
A. Holt, D. G. Shorten and Fred
Gramshaw was delegated to call upou
the members of tho Ministerial as
sociation and endeavor td get the pas
tors to preacb sermons on the sub
ject of early closing.
Another 'committee, composed of
George J. Rcedor, William L. Craw
ford, Miss Jans, Miss Stratford and
Miss Sims, will make arrangements
for a retail clerks street parade and
demonstration, and arrange for such
amusements are contemplated by the
The committee that conferred with
the merchants last woek in regard to
the adoption of a uniform cioslns
hour, reported that great encourage
ment was received.
Another meeting of the clerks prob
ably will be held within the next two
HALED INTO I
Information was sworn out today
by Sergeant Layne and other officers
of the police force charging Harry
Korb, W. A. Taylor and W. E. San
derson with keeping slot machines
for gambling, contrary to law. There
are two informations against Sander
son one for, each of his stores.
The men In question are all cigar
and tomacco dealers, and the slot ma
chines referred to aro the card v.'heels
which have been used quite generally
throughout the city for several years
The officers alleged that younp
boys have been in the habit of playing
such wheels and that unless the:
turn a winning hand they receive
nothing for their money. The case
probably will be set for hearing some
day next week, and they are looked
upon as tests, as tho dealers claim
they have a right to operate thes-
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Tuberculosis Medicine I
Saved This Man's Life
Pneumonia is a serious disease, and
often lays the foundation for chronic
lung troubles sometimes Tubercu
losis results. After Pneumonia, or
any serious or stubborn cold, it is
wise to take Eckman's Alterative and
avoid the dangers of disease. Read
of the recovery in this case:
33C .No. 41st St, Phila, Pa.
"Gentlemen: I was suffering from
a very serious abscessed lung, which
followed a bad attack of pneumonia.
My physician and specialist declared
my case hopeless. I am very thank
ful to you and the Almighty God for Q
the change of health your medicine
has brought me.
"I also wish to say that I have fully
recovered my health, having been
cured for over three vears."
(Signed affidavit) THOS. REILLT.
Eckman's Alterative Is effective In
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever (
Throat and Lung Troubles, and in up
building the system Does not con
tain poisons, opiates or habit-forming
drugs. For sale by A. R. Mclntyre,
T. H. Carr, Gulley Drug Co., The
Marshall Drug Co., Tho Cave Drug
Store, and other leading druggists.
ABk for booklet telling of recoveries, I
and write to Eckman Laboratories, f
Phila., Pa, for additional evidence. ' f
The folowing real estate transfers
have been recorded In the county re
Alice Brooks to J. A. Green, a part
of lot 1, block 7, plat B, Ogden sur
vey. Consideration $2,000.
Dora B. Halther to Lily May Bar
ker, a part of the northwest quarter
of section 21, township C north, range
1 west of tho Salt Lake meridian.
Mrs. W. J. Powers and husband to
Barlow B. Wilson and wife, lots 25
and 20, block 4, South Ogden survev
Pauline M. Gaymon to Joseph and
Ellen Bullougb, lots 14 to 19 inclu
sive, block 2, Child's addition Og
den survey. Consideration $1,040
The list of patronesses and patrons
for the Friday night production of the
"Creation" Is constantly growln
Several concert parties are being
Planned and Friday night will doubt
less be a society night indeed and
ono of real pleasure for Ogden's mu
sic loving society people
Forty members of the class of '5
I Ogden High school, wore delightfully
I ill- VI HA tvl It- IT ' Vw illTi-
I Battenberg Scarf 98c Tomorrow morning at nine o'clock the big White I
iWEJ0rea,B Sale begins Here's the opportunity you have
onVa'ae0Uort rsssffi jus , , been looking for-- VJhc best uvhite sal-t I
iinon. sizo 18x51 inches. Qjap s ---- 0j- fhe year because it jl 'ft
Sale prlce I ft ' covers such a variety of lines and covers them with sale I
A prices which will positively not be duplicated this season. Hi
-vgg?5? Anything you want in white will be offered at the sale pri I
K CeS alth yU might not f'ind t here liste(i. J I J
v. .. IPR? Thousands of Yards of Embroidery'' I
' i0 - You have Probably seen the windows now read the 'fj
SmtL fmmMS items and come prepared for the best embroidery bargains ; 1
RkWlP PEWt f the summer-yu'11 find crowds buyers. . 1
SSr mmlm aS 5c yd at 10c y.d at 15c yd I
WimWW fll VX Insertions and edges worth o7 j
Qv yf Sl tfe" r-M- .Sr"'' t0 20c some of them are 5 Insertions and edges worth Corset cover embroideries, '
V&r - -'kK T$$&!&!Sh- l (S- Inches wide all e t0 35c a yard- Some of Insertions and edces worth ffj
JiS V-jO?',' Ftt&ir&tr yxrssA now tJT these aro 15 inches 4 g to -15c big values -41 f?
4Ptey KNII A.a Z, e-allnow 1(C nil now.5 ISC I
dd MMrmWmB' J Corset covcr embroideries- & 2 Vfl SB Aftp T&
Ml WMFW MWMM J&lmSWA 18-nob nounclngs and In- AJW J i & iOt yU
Ml" WffllLfW 1C?.s'OkSv swUoob and edges. Worth 1fi . 07 . , nn . I
W rfflfk N m48&&&&$l MJVb? to GOc all 4inv IS and 27-mcn nounclngs 27 and 45-Inch flouncings, I
While WA Mm ,,ow -;-19c -w---8IC s&orv l
Bnnri Milwmmmlk at59cyd "-w...,iSc to ,UM1 m ...48c
T m mSm mP SaJSl&SSLSSS at 68c yd at ?8c vd I
tO ndude, !fel f' AnJ V? mVTOOT W 27-,uch nounclugs of Venice and ?-60 all now UOt Inchcs wIdeall now8C I ML
i. 1 U tev1i' ' A AWWA xC SJi;1 Baby Iri3h Patterns, on verj' hand- B f
; nOt Only the VfMff '" VV WwlMen some fabric-suitable for tfe Slf 1 1 Q I7i1 -. . i I
items mea- JHf WW, dre8SeS"nV 9C $ Y aft 3S d 1
tinnpH hut W MAX t , , KobeS Allover embroideries and 27- ,1
11UI1UU, UUL f jl i UP V).K4vX Including wide flouncings inser- to' 45-inch flouncings in Flouncings for dresses Baby W
in flHrlifinn ' if WW: - u 'vji tions nnd raatcrlals complete for handsomest Daby Irish and Irish and Venice 27 and 45 A
Y, dU1L1711 1 W ? waist all match ?S.50 robes, Venice Patterns. Worth to inches wide Values actual- L i
J all Of the ' li aWVaSW A$$ W ?6-50' ?12-50 robes Q (l ?4 00 a yard all 4 4Q lyto Q p U
v., j MwVhw4A f for o.oy now loiy $9.oo 0,5 a .
white goods , WSU 0 if
rkheeusre 1 Pl! All White Fabrics at Sale Prices! ;
your list MM J fe;! Choose from the greatest white stock in Ogden-any fabric you t
f fei;iiPrfOl wanta11 at sale Prices Aether listed or not. 7 h
WmW India Linens Persian Lawns Cotton Chiffon Ratine !
"- VfLl&SPi 8 2-3c LlQens 7c 20c Lawns 17c GOc ChlfTons 53c " B
rrvMttySW 12 l-2c Linens 10c 30c Lawns 22c 75c Chiffons 67c 50c Ratine ,'43c 9 I
' ' niASMftSOT. KTJf) 20c LInens 17c "15c Lawns 37c $1.00 ChlfTons ....83c 75c Ratine '.67c f
iSi 30CTL,nCnS G0CLT3 - Oile 31-00 Ratine .....a. j J'
WBml Ln Cl0thS CrePe 20o Voiles 17c r 7 I t
7if i MlilRM?v5f 10c Long Cloths.... 8c 20c White Crepe... 17c 35c Voiles 27c WOO! Serge l
'-' iU, IWlRwWy 12c Long Cloths 10c 30c "White Crepe... 22c 50c Voiles 43c L
'f 1 . VwWnvK I 2C Lons Glotns"-17c 35c Wnlt0 Crepe... 27c 7oc Voiles 67c 65c Wool Serge.... 57c j M
' MIWSi), Nainsook Batists Cotton Corduroy .liJ C SS f
- 'S$nW f Wl' -:iV;p5 J IVZrt SSKS,::::-::: i 5.::::: M W001 Sew S1-73 h
i W vm A UA 35c Nainsook 27- 45c Batlsto 37c 40c Corduroy 32c m , , B .1
A llmW XA I Damask B j
KWSsfe? White Gloves, Shoes, Etc, G-!2.7c J,
(h G'llsi r-, o , , . 90c Linen, 72 inches g
JARSCT-- Complete line of white wearables are cheaPer nSni- in:'79c
te(fc.ift- SheS Gl0VeS H081 5dllnen;-72-inS107 i
S&WtettiS - WWWl Ladles' $4.00 White wide $1.55 J
;& S'A. .W5iW ,rAr:-L--Y K'd Pmps ..-$2.95 Niagara White Silk White Cotton Hose $2.00 Linen, 72 in. i j
IP'Y.iF child's Wh5t0 Can' Gl0veS' 5C Vaioe "3,6!; 1i!nd-3n?wy wide $1.73
fesf.feS&S vas. $1.10 Shoes.8Sc 43c white fine cotton
M3S?'Si.F Child's Nubuck 2- .12 - button White yarn - double heel I
---ag strap $1.50 Pumps. Silk Gloves, 75c val- and toe 28c Tfl hi P ninth q
u-. . &W- ;E ; $135 uo 48c Ladle8, yto snk laoie iioxns
; bC7P7h?'7Zz!u'? r$tti&4&& Misses' Whlto Can- 1G - button Whito Boot Hose doublo An readv for
J -r.jt-wKx: g$ SXSg? vas $1.50 Shoes.$1.35 Silk Gloves, 75c val- heel and toe deep .
I --'-' - . Misses' White Can- uo 67c welt 42c ?2.00 Cloths C1.73
vas 2-strap Pump, Ladles' 1C - buttou Ladles' Whito Silk ?2-50 Cloths U.19
. ." . $1.50 value ...$1.15 White Kid Gloves Thread Hose, $100 3-&0 Cloths 2.6o
"" "" ' -''' -' $4.00 White Duck $2.19 values doublo heel $4 Cloths $3.55
r - , ,7. , Pumps, welt soles All whlto gloves at and toe, six-Inch $6.00 Cloths .....$5.25
f ?-"'' "" ' ' (Ladles') '. . ..$3.45 similar reductions. welt at top 84c Complete line of whito
V1-. ... wearables are cheaper.
' 1 T T 7 m A I H
A Good . 'f tl dfV il C Good I
Place to rad V I 1 L A JL L & Place to Trade
entertained Saturday afternoon last
by Miss Dorothea Beuschel at her
home, 1460 Cahoon avenue. Games,
social and instrumental solos and
varied social pleasures were enjoyed,
after which a tempting menu was
The home was beautifully decorated
with apple anil peach blossoms, their
sweet fragrance and exquisite dainti
ness pervading the rooms. The dining
room with Its pretty appointments
and artistic arrangement made a truly
pretty sotting for the gay bevy of :
bright, happy young faces, all so typi
cal of springtime, and tho afternoon
with Miss Beuschel will ever linger
In the memories of tho class of '15
as one of the happiest events of their
COZY CORNER CLUB.
The Cozy Corner club hold their last
meeting with Mrs.- W. A. Shaw ot Xer
home, 443 Washington avenuo. After
an hour devoted to sewing and the
usual pleasant social Intercourse, de-
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Follx Gouroud's Orlontat
Cream or Magical Boautlflor.
22 J K-cr-v RcmoTM Tan, PlnrpUi,
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nZoS JwenkI Rwb, nd fctln D'.tdttt,
rto STtV y. and crerjr b'.imUb
i-Xfca WiL yA beiuty, and ila
WFiZdi fSSI fl Selection. I"
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'Gouruud' Crem' '" bsrmful of all U
iS1?S5SSIot: ySialu by ftU druyt. y Fmw.
Ooodi Dealer! In the United StaU. Cana-li and Eoro(c.
FEHD.T.HOPWHSProp-, 37 Grcd Jca Sired, HwTwL
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Hcious refreshments were served.
Mrs, A, Tracy, guest of the club, and
Mrs. Walter Moore rendered some
pleasing musical numbers, which were
Tho Baptist Ladles' Kensington,
previously announced to meet at the
parsonage on Wednesday with Mrs.
Zimmerman and Mrs. Flcwelling. has
been postponed and a real old-fashioned
house-cleaning day at the church
will be carried out Instead.
Both men and woinon will meet at
thc Baptist church tomorrow morning
fully equipped to make the Httlo
church bright and shining In the old
time, vigorous way.
It will be an all-day house-cleaning
and at noon a basket dinner, provided
by the ladies, will be served, with
steaming hot coffee, and the husbands
vill be present to join in the pleasant
noon-hour and the good dinner.
CHRISTIAN LINK CIRCLE.
Tho ladies of Christian Link circle
will meet at 2:30 sharp tomorrow
afternoon at thc home of Mrs. W. U.
Coe, 212S Harrison avenue, when the
trustees of tho church will be preseut
to discuss matters of considerable im
portance and of interest to all mem
bers of the church and circle and a
large attendance is expected.
After the business session the usual
circle program and social hour will be
SIXTH WARD TONIGHT.
i;he Chautauqua Readers will meet
in the Sixth Ward meeting house, cor
ner Twenty-third street and Madison
avenue, tonight at 7:30, when an ex
cellent program, already announced,
will he given and the purpose1 ol the.
local organization and rules of mem
bership will probably be made plain in
order that all interested in educational
subjects may understand them.
A cordial welcome to all comers will
Tho hom eof Ezra H. G. Williams,
2229 Hudson avenue, was the sceno
of a pleasant surprise party last
evening. The honored guest of the
surprise was Miss Bessie Leo, who
forgot and forgave the trick that
caught her unawares, in the general
good time which followed.
Tho evening was passed in the en
joyment of music, appropriate games
and social conversation in which wit
and good humor wore uppermost. A
guessing game was also a feature,
tho prizes being won by Emma Dick
inson, Mrs. Matilda Bell, Alonzo West
and P. E. Butterworth.
At 11 p. m., a delicious supper was
served, covers being laid for twen-ty-fivo
The hostess for the occasion were
the Misses Annie. Sarah and Bessie
Williams, and Mrs. Matilda Bell as
sisted at the supper service.
The party broke up at 12 o'clock.
Tho ladies ot the Episcopal guild
will hold their regular meetirug at 2:30
tomorrow afternoon at tho parish
house, Twenty-fourth street and
Mrs. W. B. Isaacs is here from Tuc
son, Ariz., for a two-weeks visit with
hor mother, Mrs. E. A, Littlofield, and
Mrs. W. A. Turner.
Read the Clg'sslfled Ads!
LABOR NEWS OP
ALL COUNTRIES I
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The toy factories of Nouremberg,
Germany, employ 12,000 persons.
Carpenters' wages In Japan are 41
cents a day.
Masons In Arabia cam 35 to 50
cents a day.
Thc monthly wage ofcarpenters in
Athens, Greece, is $15.45.
A State Building Trades' Council
is bolng formed in Indlann.
More than 40,000 persons are em
ployed In the Chilean nitrate works.
Sixty-five hundred women are now
employed by the railways of Ger
many. A union of hotel and restaurant
employes was recently organized in
Tho Sailors' Union of the Pacific
now has a membership of 5,000.
The Persian rug maker averages a
square foot each twenty-three days of
Efforts are being made to organize
the building mechanics in Los An
The Clgarmakers Union is tho
foremost organization In the work of
promoting the union labels In Porto
The Income of tho unions In Ger
many, In 1910, was in ten years, from
1900, almost 04,000,000 marks.
On June 3, at Toronto, Canada, te
International Association of Marble
Workers will hold Its annual conven
tion. The number of persons engaged JnJ
tho women's suit industry in Berlin, '
Germany, is 52,000. t
East Side, Now York, bakors have. , P
made demands on the master bakers ; ft
for a reduction of working hours from K
ten to nine a day. f
CANAL STOCK FOR SALE
' The Davis & Weber Counties Canal . R
Company offers a limited number ol K
shares of secondary slock for sale at j
$00.00 per share. For further Infor- ft
matlon call at tho office of the com- Jlv
Room No. 516 First National Bank 'ft
Builcling, Ogden, Utah. M
ifflPi COURT j
Judgments, were rendered in thc ill
municipal court today In favor of the M
plaintiffs, as follows: , S
James Coronies against Paul ?!
Kuchos, for $100. if
Dr. Joseph R. Morroll against E Iff
Williamson, for $63.90. ,m
Dr. Joseph R. Morroll agains,j-l5J
Stephen E. Malan, for $62.50 v 11
E. p. Bratz against S. E. Malan, fcV M
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