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H shoes for men.
H kinds men want.
H L-at prices men like to pay.
H fred nyo's.
I u. s. marine band
H By Consent of President Taft.
H Have you over heard tho United
H Srates Marine band plav at any of tho
H official receptions which are held In
H the Will to House during- the winter
H months, Washington's social season?
H If so, you will be more than delighted
H to know- that this magnificent mlli-
H tary organization has been granted
H permission by the president of the
H United States, through the personal
B solicitation of senators and renrosont-
H atives In congress, to make a seven
H weeks' tour which tour will Include
fl all states possiblo to he reached In
H so limited a time, between the Ohio
H river and the Pacific ocenn. It has
B been at least twenty-five years since
the band has had permission to go
B so far from home, and it will no
doubt be man- pars before it will
H aga'n ivo o rorfndd n tour.
H So Then Ui- ' aitr, States marine
Hj band comes to Mils city on Wednes-
H day, October 9, to the Orpheum the-
H ater, and you sit and listen to Its
H wonderful mi'slr, the fact of knowing
H It to be your own band as well as
H "The President's Own," as it is com-
H monly called, will bring with It that
pride of possession which we all feci
H In the ownership of something that
Hj cannot be surpassed
H With thc United Staten band on
H this special lour will come Miss Marv
H Sher'ep one of Washington's most
H gifted young sopranos, and as Lieu-
H tenant William H Santelmann, thc
H leader of thc band, is noted for hiB
H hnppv selections, a rare musical feast
H Is In store for those who are fortu-
H nate enough to bo able to take ad-
H vantage of thc occasion. Seats now
H on sale (Advertisement)
CONVICT IS AT
I HIS OLD
H Another case is on record at the
H police station where a released con-
H vict has returned to his old ways to
H find himself again in the clutches of
H the law. Henry Worth, alias John
Hl Thomas, is the man in question. Ho
H was arrested with four others by Depr
H uty Sheriff Walter Jcrrold at Rlver-
M dale. The five men had been camping
M near thc bridge at RIverdale and were
M foraging i among the fields of the
M farmers for a living. Hayand pigs
H which had been stolen "were traced
H to the tent where the fellows were
H stooping and all were arrested, charg-
M ed with vagrancy.
M JameB Harrington, Henry Worth
M and Frank Miller, three of the group,
M pleaded guilty. Xlels Parsons, a man
H who can hear but not talk, and WI1-
M Ham Jensen pleaded not guilty. When
H it appeared from the testimony of the
H sheriff that all would be heavily pun-
H J shed, Worth testified that he took
1 the hay. but said that ho bought the
H plgB. The judge decided that all were
B to blame and gave each a 40-day sen-
M It was afterward learned that Hen-
M ry Worth's picture Is in the rogue's
H gallery at the police station. He was
H convicted in Ogden upon a charge of
H burglary and was sentenced to three
H years in the slate prison. The dato
1 of his sentence was January 18, 1909.
H his name at that time being given as
H John Thomas.
M WANTED TO RENT
V FURNISHED HOUSED
Hf' FURNISHED house wonted by man,
K. wife and baby; 4 or o rooms, mod
HP . orn. November 1. Phone 11C Cashier,
k' Wells-Faro. 10-8-lwk'
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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY,
Wesley K. Walton of Salt Lake
i yesterday received a wire from Son
1 ntor Jo3eph M. Dixon, chairman of tho
National Progressive committee, that
the Now York Herald's second poll
showed that RooscvolL was loading
Wilson In Now York with a otc dou
ble that of Taft. Tho poll, the tele
gram says, shows Taft a poor third
in every state excopt five, whero ho
is second by a narrow margin.
Senator Dixon quotes telegrams
from Progressive leaders throughout
I the country showing Roosevelt gains
land Taft losses.
"The Rose of Panama"
John Cort s great show, "Thc Rose
of Panama," with Chaplne, tho dain
ty Parisian prima donna, in the title
role, will bo the offering at tho Or
pheum one night, Wednesday, Octo
ber 1C. There is a ca6t of sixty-five
and an orchestra of twenty.
JAMES H. BROWN
.lameo Harvoj Brown, a resident of
"iier count., foi the past C4 jears,
uled at the home of his daughter, Miss
Kachael Brown, 21 Co Adams avenue
yesterday morning Death was duo to
.n attack of Brlght's disease.
Mr. Brown was born In Florence,
Neb., October 8, 1840, and was tho
on of Captain James Brown and Sar
ah Stedwell Brown. His father was
tho first settler in Ogden and at ono
time owned most of the land whero
Ogden stands He came to Utah with
his mother in Heber C. Kimball's
company and arrived here in 1843.
Until 1863 ho lived here and then went
to Huntswllc. He was married to
Elizabeth Leah Williams In 1S70 and
they have resided in Huntsvllle Bince
He Is survived by nine daughters
and threo sons as follows:
Mrs. W. W. Richardson of Ogden,
Mr3 D B Rawson, Ogden; Mrs. Al
bert Brown, Ogden; Mrs. James Har
vey Brown, Huntsvllle; Mrs. O. E
Rawson, Plain City, Mrs. J I. Kirby,
Richmond, Utah; Miss Ethel Brown,
Huntsvllle; William Brown, Ogden;
Mrs. J. C. White. Wilson, Utah, Mrs.
D. B. WI11I3, Salt Lake; Frank and
Myrtle Brown, Huntsvllle.
Funeral services will be hold In tho
First Ward meeting house tomorrow
at 2 o'clock. The remains will He
in state at the homo of his daughter,
Mrs. Albert Brown, 2840 Hudson av
enue, this evening and tomorrow un
til 1 o'clock P m. Interment will be
in the Ogden City cemetery.
OWN A HOME, IT'S EASY
Will sell on monthly payments, a
beautiful modern pressed brick bunga
low, now being completed at 225S
Quincy avenue. See it. (Advertise
BIG MOOSE ARE
The Big Moose, Parley P. Christon
sen of Salt Lake, accompanied by
candidates on tie Progressive ticket
of tho county, district and state, arc
on a speech-making tour of the south
ern part of Weber county this after
noon, traveling by automobile.
Those In the party, aside from Mr.
Christensen, are Frank J. Hendorahot,
candidate for state secretary; R. 3.
Farnsworth, candidate for district at
torney, and G. J. S. Abels, candidate
for county recorder.
Their itinerary is as follows:
Burch Creek, 3 p. m.
RIverdale, 4 p. m.
Roy, 5 pm.
South Weber, 6:30 p. m.
Uintah, 8 p, m
Read the Classified Ads
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HI ED SMYTH TAILORING CO.
B I Security Trust and Savlnga Bank Bldg. 2482 Washington Ave. I
I "THE INSURANCE MEN" I
We have moved to new office at 1
411 Twenty-fourth Street 1
l 1 INTER-MOUNTAIN AGENCY, Inc.
Hj I M. T. JAMISON, Manager, 1
H 1 Phone 737. 1
M. II. Walker was yestorday nam
ed candidate for presidential olector
by the Republican state committee to
succeed T D WooIIey of Kanab, re
signed. Kfforts to reach Mr. Walker
to learn whether he would accept the
honor failed, and Chairman Gardner
was ompowored to fill tho vacancy in
ense Mr. Walker declined
Fifteen of twenty-soven members
of tho state commlttoe were present
either In person or by proxy. Mr.
Walker's name was the only ono pre
sented, and his nomination made by
Governor Spry will start a stump
ing tour of Sanpeto and Sevlor coun
ties October 10 He md Judge Frlck
will speak that ecn(ng at MnntI, on
October 11 at Sallna and October 12
at Rlchfiold. The next week Is left
open foi tho governor He will bo In
Weber county October 21 and 25, at
Sprlngvlllc October 20, at Heber Oc
tober SO Conlvillo October 31, Park
City November 1 and at Spanish Fork
with Attorney General A. R. Barnes
J. A. Melville, candidato for Judc;c
of tho Fifth Judicial district, nnd Wll
lard Done, stalo Insurance commis
sioner, will pas6 the next ten days
stumping the Fifth district.
Judge- John F Chldester. recently
u candidate for the Republican nom
ination for congress, will stump the
Sixth judicial district In behalf of
tho Republican state ticket
Tho Western Land company this
morning filed articles of Incorpora
tion with the county clerk. The com
pany has a capitalization of $100,000,
divided Into shares of the par value
of $1 each.
The Incorporators and first officers
of the company are as follows:
P. A. DIx, president and director.
R. B. Portor, vice president and di
rector. J. F. Burton, secretary and treas
urer. John Plngree, director.
P. T Wright, director.
W. J. Lindsay, director.
The company will engage In a gen
eral land and livestock business, tho
principal place of business being in
NEW BOOKS AT
The following new books have been
received by tho Carnegie library ,
Van Dyke, Henry Poems.
Swift, Edgar J. Mind In the Mak
ing. Jenks, J. W. and Lauck, W. J. Thc
Gloer, E. H. More Guessing Con
tests, "Dame Curtsey "
Montossorl Maria The Montessorl
Shaw, Bernard Plays Pleasant nnd
Hall, G. 3. Youth.
Gelklo, Cunningham Life and
Works of Christ.
O'Neill, A. T. Recitations for As
sembly and Class-room.
Phelps, W L. Essays on Modern
Rostand, Edmond Chantecler.
Lang, Andrew The Maid of France
Brown, Mrs. Kenneth Hnremllk.
Terrill, Bertha M. Household
Wing, Joseph E. Sheep Farming
Royco, Josiah Outlines of Psychol-
Voorhees, E. B. Forage Crops.
Giles, Herbert The Civilization of
Phelps, W. L. Essays on Russian
Elliott, S. M. Household Bacteri
ology. Dodd, M. T. Chemistry of tho
Franck, H. A. Four Months Afoot
Earle, A. M. Colonial Dames and
Upton, G. P. Thc Standard Concert
Turneaure, F. E. and Black C. E.
Cooley, E. G. Vocational Education
Taylor, F. W. The Principles of
RhecB, Rush The Life of Jesus of
Pago, T. N. Robert E. Lee.
Bcebo, C. W. The Bird.
Rait, R. S, Royal Palaces of Scot
land. Schauffler, R, H. Romantic Ger
many. Crane, W. E. American Stationary
Wallace, Dillon Saddle and Camp
in tho Rockies,
Abbott, Edith Women in Industry.
Martin, M. E. The Friendly Stars.
Henderson, W. J. Tho Art of the
Robs, E. A. The Changing Chin
ese. Mathews, J. L. Tho Log of the
Ferrero, Gugllemo -.The Women of
Lincoln, J. E. C. The Festival
Schaffer, M. T, S. Old Indian
Trails of the Canadian Rockies.
Cranmer-Byng, L. A. A Lute of
Lloyd, A. B. In Dwarf Lano and
Gilder, R. W. Poems.
Elson, L. C The National Music of
Sando, R. B. American Poultry
Greoly, A. W. Handbook of Alaska.
Singleton, Esther A Guide to Mod
Poole, C. P. Tho Ga3 Engine.
Read the Classified Ads,
Mayor Fell, In a writton communi
cation to tho city board, stated that
it had been agreed by the Ogden
Rapid Transit company to change the
curb and gutter and also reraovo the
steel stops leading to tho viaduct at
tho corner of Wall avenue and Twenty-fourth
street and that Fred J.
Klesol had given the city fifteen feet
of ground the length of his now hotel
and brplyss block at that point for
strcot purposes. Tho communica
tion was filed
Speaking of tho discourses by
President Joseph F. Smith, Apostle
Chnrlos Penrose and Elder B II. Rob
erts at tho quarterly conference,
which dealt largely with government
al or political mattora and which
caused tho pcoplo considerable agi
tation, Apostle D O. McKay of this
city last night said that he considered
the questions to be privileged and that
no particular offense should bo taken
by church members or tho members
of political parties
It is said that both the President
nnd Apostle Penrose contended that
representative government was cor
rect and that tho pcoplo should be
guided by their representatives, Apos
tle Penrose going so far as to say that
the people were not fit to govern
themsehes President Smith con
veyed the idoa that tho people of
the church should adhere to tho ad
vice and counsel of tho leaders who
havo the right to dlctato In things
both temporal and spiritual.
Apostlo McKay stated last ovonlng
that Elder Roberts opposed President
Smith's position and that In turn
Apostlo Penrose opposed Elder Rob
erta, nnd Apostlo McKay contends
that Penrose has as much right to
differ and express his difference as
Elder Roberts had to differ from the
presidnnt, and that they all had th
right to differ from each other and
express themselves accordingly.
"You may say," continued Apostlo
McKay, "that members of the church
will not be excommunicated for that
The church doctrine accords every
man and woman his free agency and
that right shall not bo abridged. Pres
ident Smith and Apostle Penrose
firmly belleo In tho representative
form of government, while Eldor Rob
erts Is more Democratic and he be
lieves that the people should moro
directly voice their political senti
ments. "Many differ on the political ques
tion and every person. In or out of
the church, hns the right to voice his
honest convictions pertaining to It I
do not think the talks were made for
political effect, and yet r think it
rather unfortunate that the subject
was brought at thte time, on the eve
of a political campnlgn. Roberts
started the controversy, however, by
opposing the president."
Now at 411 24th St. Inter-Mountain
A g e n cy,
Inc. M. T. Jamison,
Manager. Fire Insurance
George Hartley, a young man, was
up beforo Judge W II Rcoder again
this morning on a charge of vagrancy.
Ho was released from Jail only four
days ago on his promise to get out
of town He had no sooner left the
jail than he took up with companions
of questionable nature and was ar
rested yesterday for trying to cash
bad checks. As tho follow is only
about 20 years old, the officers did
not place a serious charge against
him, permitting him to stand trial on
a vagrancy charge.
The Judge gave him a severe lec
ture, telling him what would happen
if ho does not chango hiB actions. In
the hope that a stiff Jail sentence will
reform him, the judge gavo him ISO
The easo against August Luck was
set for tomorrow In order to secure
witnesses. Hq was arrested last
night on complaints of people in the
neighborhood of Wall avenue and
Twenty-first street who charged that
h waB peeping into their windows.
Through ha attorney William Ilar
comb, Andrew Vagner waived the
reading of tho complaint charging
him with embezzlement. His bonds
were fixed at ?500.
Pupllc nd tho Sohcol Clock.
High school pupils do better work
when their eyes are not fixed on the
clock. This opinion was expressed
unanimously by the school board yes
terday afternoon and a proposal to put
a clock in every room In, the clty'g
high schools was abandoned. Sk
Paul Pioneer Press.
We are never more discontented
with others than ve are discontented
vlth ourselves. Tho consciousness ol
wrongdoing makes us irritable, ana
our heart. In its cunning, quarrels
with what Is outsido It, In order that
It may deafen the clamor within.
H. F. Amlel.
There's tne Rule,
"I always make It a practice to let
tomorrow take care of Itself." "That's
easy enough, hut lfs forgetting yen.
terday that causes trouble fov go mnaj
OCTOBER 8, 1912. fjl
Several Ladies Join j
the Club I
Several Ogden ladies became members of 1
the Sewing Machine Club yesterday. I
They are using their machines today. They made a I
payment of $2.00. The total amount of their payments a
will be $35.00, for which each will receive a $75.00 M
This club of one hundred will soon be complete come in and join I
today use your machine tomorrow and pay only One Dollar a week.
In all you pay ONLY $35 and you get the best sewing machine m
LET US PROVE IT "' '' 1
I WRIGHTS' : ,1.
. Yesterday afternoon, at the request
of County Surveyor R. S Corlow, tho
county commissioners appointed Jus
tin Shaw to assist tho sunoyor In
making out now plats for the county
recorder's offlco, at a Balary of $3 a
Tho board appropriated $43 for the
payment of certain law books for the
district court Hbravy Tho appro
priation was requested by Judges Na
than J Harris and James A. Howell.
Tho county road commissioner was
instructed to proceed immediately
with the preliminary work for the
building of tho North Ogden cutoff
and two new scrapers wero purchased
at a cost of $60 each for the work. It i
wau stated that tho first work to be I
done will ho the making of a large
fill at the North Ogdon end of the
The petition of taxpayers of Roy
for the opening of a county road from
II. H. Thompson's place at Roy to the
westorn boundary of tho county in
firmary property, was takon under
The question of having released the
$25,000 bond which the city holds
against the defunct Utah Independent
Telephone company was broached
again last evening when the city
ojaru oi commissioners received a
communication from J B. Jennings
requesting that the bond bo cancelled.
Ajaln the city fathers turned rather
a deaf ear, It being Intimated by one
of the commissioners that the city
may yet have law suits with the old
It was also stated that the defunct
company still has poles In the streets
of Ogden. Tho matter was referred
to the superintendent of finance and
public affairs, Mayor A. G Foil.
Fire Chief Canfleld reported that
bids on feed for the city horses had
boen accepted as follows:
C F. Grout, oats a ?1.25 per hun
Eric Tangreen, alfalfa a $13.50 and
straw at $6.50 per ton. '
Tho bids were accepted by the
Tho auditor reported Interest due on
he following bonds:
$100,000 improvement bonds, lntorest
$45,000 sewer bonds, inerest $903.15.
$75,000 waterworks bonds, Interest
The auditor was auhorized to draw
warrants for the several amounts.
County Auditor Samuel G. Dye ro
ported that the city is owing the
couny for assessing and collecting
taxes thc sum of $3,015.79 The matter
was referred to tie superintendent of
public affairs and finance.
The contract for paving of Mer
chants' Alley and Depot Alloy was
awarded the J. P. O'Neill Construction
company at $3,681.20. Merchants'
Alley Annex Is Included in tho con
tract The O'Neill bid was the lowest
The hoard passed an ordinance au
horlxinz he refunding of $50,000 im
provemen bonds at 4 and one-half
per cent. The interest is payable
The petition of property owners for
the installation of arc lights on Wash
ington, Grant, Lincoln and Patterson
nvenues was referred to the superin
endent of Btreeta for consideration.
The parties stated they were deslg
nnlng three places on Paterson ave
nue where lights are needed, hoping
they would get at least one of them.
Tho petition for an arc light at tho
east end of Herrick aveuuo was also
referred to tho superintendent of
Presldont H. M. Rowo of the Wober
club communicated to the board of
commissioners that he had appointed
A. P. BIgolow, A. T. Wright and C. R.
Hollingsworth a committee to nego
tiate with the Rapid Transit com
pany, the Merchants Light & Power
company nnd the city regarding the
installation of cluster side lights on
Twenty-fifth street from Wall to
Washington avenue, and Washington
avenuo from Twenty-second to Twen-
'!' wi wrojigenB " -jm, urn i mi unman i in i i iiamgCB jj
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VJl wWUfr customers are doing these days. a j
Many took advantage of our bargains in suits and coats. 1
j We expect more people today. Get your suit now. Open a
charge account. .It pays. I
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I SPECIAL Stylish shoes, tefES washihoton ave. vg 1
I values to $6.00, this week, Sffll I
I $2.85 Tan, Black, Lace or WMMMMMiMEi I
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ty-sixth streets. The communication
The hond of Dr. Walter Whalon as
city physician was approved.
Commissioner J C. Nye did not at
tend the meeting.
IN SALT LAKE
Isaac Russell, formerly of Utah, but
now connected with the New York
Times, is visiting in Salt Lake. He
has boon with Governor Woodrow
WilBon for tho Times and when Wil
son went to Denver ho took advanLige
of tho opportunity to make a short
visit to Utah.
"My wife Is an Ogden girl," said
Mr. Russell last night, "and has been
visiting in Ogden aluce June. I came
over to accompany her back to Now
York and couldn't resist the tempta
tion to visit Salt Lake a few days. 1 1
started newspaper work on thc old I
HoraJd In 1904 and also worked for J
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the Deseret News. I wont to New
York in 1909 and put in about a year
with the Evening Sun. Since then I i
liavo been a reporter on tho Times. , i
Be Joyously Useful. ''
Efforts to be permanently useful
must be uniformly Joyous a spirit ail
Biinshlner graceful from very glad
ness, beautiful because bright Car-
Just 8o. i
The bridegroom is a pleasant man -
he has that certain something
"I'd rather havo a man with some- "j
thing certain." Satire.
Read the Classified Ads. '
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