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J ?HE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH TTJESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
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fia will hunt no
jf IF YOU WILL .SLIDE ON ONE OF olR. HANDJoME
lLL - WooL -51ITJ oR. oVEHCoATJ IT WILL
JJLEAJEYOV Jo WELL Yol WILL Do B17-5INE-5J
I THE -5TYLE WILL BE NOT "THE LATE-5T" BUT
&'R.IfihT ON TIME," THE "MAKE" WILL NOT BE
JSWEATJHOP WoR,K, BUT THAT of SKILLED
Jailorjwho work under, wholesome CON
DITIONS THE PRICE WILL BE "DoWN-JUtfHT"
?OW ToK THE "UP-HI6HT" GRADE of CLOTHING
I BUY THREE JUITJ OF OUR "ALL-W00L" UN-ty-AR,
AND DEFY JAcfc FRoJT.
f' 'STANDARD TELEPHONES
J For Editorial, I.'evva and Society
Department, Call Only Phono No
rFor Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 58
Attend the card party at I. O. 0. F.
hall Thursday evening October 10,
1912. Admission 25c. Prizes and re
freshments. Women of Woodcraft, No.
( Veterinary Association The next
meeting of the Utah Veterinary asso
ciation will be held In Ogden Thin
jvas decided upon at tho mooting held
last Saturday In Salt Lake Doctor
JWalter Emmons of Salt Lake wa3
elected president of the association,
Dr. A. D. Egbert of Logan vice-president
and R. W. Hognn of Richfield
secretary and treasurer.
Card party Thursdav ovenlng Octo
ber 10, 1912, at I. 0.0. F. hall.
( Judgo John E. Baglcy, candidate for
Judge on tho Progressive ticket, will
speak at Uintah this evonlng.
P, 10 experienced girlB to peal toma
toes. Utah Canning Co.
Mrrlag0 Licenses Marriage li
censes have been issued to Hurbert
B. Butler and Maybelle Gray of Boise,
Ida.; Lawrence 11. Poulter and L11C3'
C. Moyes of Ogden; George L. Spau
genborg and Olga Augusta Staley of
Ogden and to Thomas A. Nerden and
Edith Brooke of Ogden.
10 experienced girls to peal toma
toes. Utah Canning Co.
Real Estate Transfer Helen L K.
Goddard has transferred to Leander
Moulding, a part of lot 1, South Wash
ington survey, Ogden. Consideration
There's a photographer In town
whose name Is Tripp, 320 1-2 25th st.-
Case Not Dismissed In tho case of
tho state against George Wilson,
Judgo Harris denied tho motion to
dismiss and tho defondant will In
troduce testimony In his defense
Chicken Raisers Fresh ground
bone dall at Washington Market -.
Otto Hirs.chman of Salt Lake Is an
Ogden Tlsltor today.
Wanted A houso girl; a good place
and good wages for a good girl. Mrs.
Cullcy, 2579 Monroo. Telephone 1715.
Charles V, Dean, Evanston, Wyo.,
is registered at the Marlon hotel.
When you buy B & G Butter you
are certain to receive full value. It's
first-class all the time.
T. W Charlton of Salt Lake Is in
Ogden on business.
lnvcctigato our freo introductory of
fer oa beers, wines and liquors. Fo
ley's. On Inspection Trip W. J. Dermody,
manager of the Western LTnion Tele
graph offices in Ogden, has left on a
tour of inspection that will Includo
! SENATOR CLAPP, HEAD OF SENATE
COMMITTEE INQIRING INTO FUNDS
USED IN NATIONAL CAMPAIGNS
Rf .' &$&$ Jhft$?s' 3
$ Washington, Oct. 8. This snapshot the senate committee that is lnvcstl
f Senator Moses E. Clapp was nindo gating where the money came from
t the close of a committee hearing I and where it wont in recent protfdeu
thls week. He is the chairman ofUial campaigns.
Chicago, Columbus, Omaha, Kansas
City and othor large cities. Thla trip
In the result of, a conference held m
Ogden last wock by prominent west
ern officials. At that time It was de
cided to mako several Improvements
in the local office, and Mr. Dermody
was Instructed to inspect certain im
provements in other cities and learn
the methods In use.
Old payors for sale at this office;
25c per hundred.
Wedding t Reception Invitations
have been-issued by Mrs. W. W. Fife
for the wedding recoptlon of her
daughter Miss Iretta Elizabeth Fife
and James B. Lindsay of Salt Lake.
The recoptlon will take place Wed
nesday evening, October 9.
Call 303 when you want beer, wines
or liquors, Foley's
Sale of Estate In the matter of he
OBtato jf Ammon Greon, deceasod.
Judge Harris this morning granted the
petition for continuation of Hale of
certain real estate. $7,300 being of
fered for the property In open court.
This was the appraised valuo of the
Cal 421 for the news, editorial aiid
society departments of the Standard.
Auditing Books Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Nantker are in Salt Lake, where
Mr. Nantker, the auditor of the Wells
Fargo Express company Is checking
up tho book6 at that office.
Kirkendall Undertaking Co., Mason
Is temple. Phone 150.
Payday at School Yesterday was
payday at the State School for the
Deaf and Blind. The payroll for the
teachers and employes was ?3,000.
Myero Auto for hire. Stand, Elite
Cafe. Phono 72.
Burglars in a Home Burglars broke
into the house of Charles G. Crlsman,
28S2 Washington avenue last night
between the hours of S:30 and 11
o'clock. Wearing apparel valued at
$50 was taken. So far the police have
Non-desoriptlve ticket; Kansas
City, SL Louis, Springfield, 111., for
sale cheap. D. P., care Standard. --
Grip Is Stolen W. H. Appgood, a
traveling salesman from Salt Lake,
reported to tho police last night that
his grip had been stolen at the Bam
berger depoL While Mr. Appgood
was telephoning, the grip was taken
from the sidewalk The grip held
some valuable papers, clothing and a.
J. F. Snedakcr. Dentist, moved to
2457 Washington avenue.
Nephl L. Morris, Progressive can
didate for governor, Is speaking this
week In Cache and Box Elder coun
'ties. Tho Progressive party Is arranging
for a series of atreot meetings in Salt
Lake and Murray. Allen T. Sanford,
Parley P. Christonsen, and Robert B.
Portor, are the speakors at these
Born To the wife of J3mes Blake
ly, 2720 Pacific avenue, a son, Octo
Born To tho wife of R. D. Lynch,
573 Twenty-sixth .street, a son, Oc
New Walk in Park A walk, eight
feet wide, Is being made in Central
park, running from the fountain to
the curbing directly east of the Elks'
home. The walk was plannod becauso
of tho number of people who will use
it in going to and from tho new club.
From Colorado J. W. Davis, gener
al agent for tho Colorado Midland
railroad, is in Ogden today.
Married at Noon Earl Johnson of
Ogden and Mary McKay of Malau
were married In Malad at noon. They
will return to Ogden this eveniug.
Mr. Johnson is a graduate of the Og
den high school.
Want More Men The Dinwiddle
Construction company is employing
all men who apply for work In ex
cavating for the Eccles skyscraper.
The Y. L. M. I. A. officers of the
Fourth ward gave a pretty autumn
party in honor of Miss Iretta E. Fife,
Thursday evening. Miss Fifo was
presented with a beautiful braBs Jar
diniere by the officers during tho
evening for her past assistance in the
association. Many musical numbers
were given during the evening and
dainty refreshments were served.
Miss Myrtle Gillis waB the charm
lug hostess at a parcel shower, Fri
day evening, in compliment to Miss
Iretta E, Fife, a bride of the coming
week. The rooms were beautifully
decorated for the occasion with au
tumn leaves and cut flowers. During
tho course of the evening, a delicious
luncheon was served. The bride-elect
received many beautiful gifts.
Advertisers must have their copj
for the Evening Standard the evening
before tho day on which tho adver
tisement is to appear. In ordor to in
WOMEN'S PROGRESSIVE CLUB.
A meeting of the Women's Progres
sive Club will be held at i:30 Thurs
day afternoon at Progressive head
quarters. Mr. Geo. N. Lawrence, nominee for
attorney general, and who is a very
fine speaker, will onlighten us on tho
Issues of Progressivum. All are ur
gently requested to bo present.
ANNA RIES-FINLEY, M. D
London in to have It flrBt woman
bootblack. A woman hu just com
pleted arrangements to set up a boot
blacking stand at one of tho bueleet
cornors In the West End. She be
llovee heraelf to be the pioneer woman
bootblack In England and declares
that the tnon In tho business need not
fear ber compotltlon, since aho In
tendB to devote herself exclusively to
polishing the footwear of women and
Petroleum gives us asphalt paving,
permanent ink for printing, dyes of
brilliant hue, and all klndB of rubber
articles which without the oil could
jiot bo manufactured.
I Timely Warning,
j "My good man, thoy need laborers
j badly in the next town." "Thanks
for the warning, boss. I'll make a. do-tour."
Read tho Classified Ads."
IN THE BOX
Second Day of Becker
Trial Shows Little
New York, Oct 8. With one Juror
In tho box, tho second day of. the
trial of Poiico Lieutenant Charlo6
Becker, charged with the murder of
Herman Rosenthal, was resumed be
fore Justice Goff in the criminal
branch of the supreme court today.
Lieutenant Becker expressed satis
faction ut the results of the first day
of his trial
WIFE ON A
On a walking trip, which when
completed will mean a tramp of 9,000
miles. Mr. arid Mrs. D. H. Woolf of
Kan3a3 City. Mo reached Ogden to
day from Salt Lake City. The most
singular thing about the trip of the
Woolfa Is that they ore not walking
for any fabulous sum of money and
that there Ie no wager pending upon
the time in which the trip Is to be
Mr Woolf and bis wife are attired
In neat khaki olothlng and are ap
parently in the very best of health as
a result of their out door life and ex
ercise It is becanse of their health
that tho couple began walking. They
have made three tripe on foot and
are now on tho fourth one The first
trip was short only 300 miles. At
tbe time this trip was begun, about
three yearB ago, Mr Woolf was a phy
sical wreck from working indoors, he
being a musician. His wife was also
in poor health So much improved
were both of thorn by their initial
hike that they resolved to try a long
or walk. Their next trip was about
2,000 miles. They wore well pleased
with this little Jaunt and decided to
try something really worth while.
They next walked 8,000 miles. As
this trip did not tire them of walking
they started on the present trip which
will be about 1,000 miles longer. On
the present trip they will travel from
Kansas City to Seattle and back to
their starting point. The trip will bo
made by a round-about way. They
will ship from this city to San Ber
nardino by rail and will then walk
to the coaBt and from there up the
coaBt line to Seattle.
Mr. Woolf is a member of the
Kansas City lodge of tho Fraternal
Order of Elks and carries with him
many recommendations as to his
character and the length of his pre
vious walks. During his stay In this
city ho will deliver a number of lec
tures on his trips at the Ogden the
atre. The first of these talks will
bo given tomorrow nighL
REV. MOWN AT
Rev. J II. Brown, D. D., who has
been appointed to Embry A. M. E.
church of Ogden, arrived in the cUy
Saturday. Dr. Brown is from Trini
dad, Calo. He comes highly recom
mended by the MInlstors' union of
that city. He has the honor of being
the first man of the race to be a mem
ber of that body
Rev. Brown Ib an earnest, forceful
speaker and a gifted singer.
Tho colored people of the city have
a Just cause to he proud of such a
man as Rov. Brown. He preached
two stirring sermonB Sunday and met
the general board last night. His
plans were outlined by himself The
board accepted them and pledged to
be faithful to the samo.
Rev. Brown's family will arrive
later. Bishop H. B. Parks, D. D., is
expected here on the fourth Sunday
in October and will preach at one of
the services to be announced later.
Washington, Oct. 8. Names of
American soldiers and marines killed
and wounded in the fight at Leon
were reported to the navy department
today by Rear Admiral Sontherland
TURRET CAPTAIN MORGAN, of
the cruiser Colorado.
ORDINARY SEAMAN BURGESS,
of tho Colorado.
PRrVATE BARTELL, company D.
Kipps Millier. seaman, cruiser Colo
rado. Ordinary Seaman Lumper, of the
Colorado, both seriously.
Trumpeter Dalder, company D, ma
SAID TO BE VICTIM
OF FAKE MARRIAGE
Salt Lake. Oct S, According to
tho story told yesterday in the coun
ty attorney's office by Florence Kirk,
651 East Second South street, she is
bolieved by tho county officials to
have been tho victim of a fake mar
riage ceremony. As a result of the
story a complaint was Issued charg
ing Conrud E. Wilko, an actor with
tho company which played at the
Garrlck theater last week in "The
Butler's Secret," with a statutory
crime. Wilko was arrested lato yes
terday aftornoon at American Fork
and will be brought to thlB city to
day. Miss Kirk alleges that during Au
gust Wilko came to her with a mar
riage license which, had been issued
in Farmlngton. and tho couple went
to the Palace hotel in tQis clti'. where
the proposed marriage ceremony
took place. She says she did not go
to Farmlngton with Wilko when the
4icense wa procured. Uadr
laws of. Utah both contracting par
ties aro required to sign the applica
tion for Hconae.
Up to a lato hour last night no in
formation had been received from the
Davis county clerk as to whether or
not any liconso had ever been Issued
to Wilko. It Is presumed by the lo
oal officials that if a license was is
sued some other woman accompanied
Wilke to Farminston and, signed MIbb
Kirk's name. Another supposition Is
that the supposed license shown to
Miss Kirk was not a license at all.
Miss Kirk was unable to give the
name of the man. who performed the
ceremony, and the county attorney's
office was unable yesterday to find
any Salt Lake minister or Justice who
had performed any ceremony at the
NOW ON THE
Health Officer William Mathers re
ports that the diphtheria epidemic at
Warren is about over with. There
are only three houseB under quaran
tine at this time- and if all goes well
these houses will be released from
quarantine next Monday. There haB
been only oue death In that district.
Tho school house will be fumigated
this week and will be ready for '
school to re-open next Monday morning.
TO SHOW HABITS
OF BLONDE ESKIMO
New York, Oct 8. The first ship
ment of "blonde Eskimo" exhibits was
opened for public inspection at the
American museum of natural hlBtory
today, it consisted of clothing, weap
ons, and musical Instruments of the
tribe thnt Vllhjalmar Stefansson dis
covered near Coronation gulf two
TO BE ADMITTED
Washington, Oct S. Acting Secre
tary Cabel of the department of com
merce and labor today, instructed tho
immigration authorities at Ellis Isl
and, to admit to the United Stato3
Prince Ludovic Pignateltf d'Aragon,
son of Don Jaimo, pretender to the
Spanish throno held since last Friday.
DEATH SCORE IN
RACES GOING UP
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct S. Tony Sou
delari, mechanician for Bruce-Brown,
who was killed last week trying out
the Vanderbilt cup race course In this'
city, died today from Injuries received
when their car went into a ditch
DEAD IN LONDON
London, Oct 8. Frank C. BoBtock,
the well known animal trainer and
menagerie proprietor, died today.
CHINO COSTS KEPT
DOWN TO LOW MARK
One in close touch with tho opera
tions at the Chino property informs
us that the low cost of production,
which the company has been showing
for months, is being maintained, and
that It v.-ould notbo surprising If tho
figures for the quarter ended Septem
ber 30 would be down to C 1-2 cento
Preliminary figures for September
production have not yet been receiv
ed, but it is quite likely they will not
roach the estimate of 1,000,000 pounds
as during the month a certain quan
tity of ore lying between two ore bod
ies in the .steam-shovel pit, and
which was more or less oxidized, was
sent to the mill. As a result of this
the recovery' was not as great as it
would otherwise- have been. As xo
the cost of producing copper, tho be
lief is thut the figure will differ but
little from that of the preceding
month, which has been placed at
slightly above G cents per pound.
This month should witne3s the plac
ing In commission of tho fifth and
last unit of the Chino mill. If tho
prediction of tho management la
reached, namely, that the plant should
bo ready by October 1. it may con
tribute for the entire month to tho
total copper production. As n result,
either this month or next Chino should
show a further largo Increase In pro
duction. The indications are that 't
will ho only a short time until tho
property has settled down to steady
operations, and Judging from results
which have been obtained production
ehould soon be brought up to normal,
or around 55,000,000 pounds per an
num, if this is rroalized Chino will
be the first of the now low-grade
porphyrv mines to brlug Its plant up
to rateo. capacity, a thing which has
not been done at some of the other
properties, notwithstanding thai their
plants were placed in commission far
In advance of Chino's. Thompson,
Towlc & Co.
Pampered Too Muoh.
"You are always worrying," re
marked tho baseball magnate.
"I have to be careful not to produce
anything too heavy," explained the j
theatrical manager. "You know, I I
have to cater to the tired business
"I don't let the tlrod business man
worry me. He roots with the others
when he gets to th ball park."
A Converto Proposition.
Lady Warwick, at a dinner at Sher
ry's In New York, said, apropos of art:
"Art Is the pursuit of beauty."
She smiled and added:
"And from what they teil me of the
goings-on in your Groat White Way
here, the pursuit of beauty is also an
art with some people."
DELEGATES NAMED TO
Brigham City, Oct. 8. The Repub
licans of Brigham City held primaries
last evening In tho four -voting dis
tricts and selected delegates to tho
Box Elder county convention that will
be held In the opera houso here next
Friday. J. Frank Bowring. who waB
chairman of tho Third district, re
signed, and Louis J. Anderson was
appointed to fill tho vacancy. P. Rus-
8 "Get the Independent Habit" 1
FREE PENCILS I
I And Better Meats 1 M
1 For Less I M
I Mention the Evening Standard and we will I M
I give you a pencil of the best quality. We are I H
1 doing this to see if you read our advertise- I B
ments. 1 H
I Here are some of our choice Government 1 H
I Inspected Meats: - I H
1 Sirloin Steak, per pound 15c 1 H
I Round Steak, per pound 12y2c 1 H
I Prime Ribs of Beef, per pound 12y2c 1 H
Club House Sausage, per pound 15c 1 H
I Link Sausage, per pound 12y2c 1 H
a Pure Pork Sausage, per pound 15c 1 ;H
I Head Cheese, per pound 10c I 'H
I Independent Meat Co. 1 I
I 2420 Washington Ave. I
e,gaund P,2 is atJHome 3axveryXtixr H
A Home In-tenor In Medicine Hat H
FOR SALE BY H
Geo A Lowe Company H
2326 AND 2328 WASHINGTON AVE.
jy3aQdWBl9i?Jfi8B8sfcyM fctfMMMMn lH
IjbJI Nov that King Winter's nip is in the 1 H
j k1 air, some of you are beginning to think 1 H
3 about coal. The best kind of coal to 1 H
j2 think about, or to buy, is Aberdeen I M
Ipj Coal. The coal that has proved itself 5 U
jj by government test to be the best ever I vM
S mined in the west. I M
"Tai -tfw Sold by your dealer. I H
sell Wight was also named as sec
rotary of the district to tako thu
place of B C. Call, resigned. Tho
delegates choEon are:
First District -John Knudson, A. W.
Compton, George Johnson, Leo Hoist,
William Jensen, C. Hoist. Charles
Keal, F W. Earl, Jarnos Knudson, Nels
Jensen, N. J Richards, James TIngey.
N. B. Mortenseu, Sylvanus Ivcrson,
Mrs. M. J. Richards, Zina Jensen, Al
vin Ipsen. Chris Chri3tenscn.
Second district August Valentine,
J. A Flshburn, Dr. J. D. Harding. Mrs.
Ellas Jonsen E. A. Box. Albert Han
sen, A. Francis Merrell, Andrew Funk.
O'Rrl IsaacBon, Josoph Valentine, R. M.
JcppBon. Jennie DIveriokcen, Mrs. O.
P. Nelson, Charles Nelson, Frank
Flshburn N. F. Hansen, John '1.
Prlbble and Ellas Jensen.
Third District B. C Call. L. J. An
derson, William H. Glover. .Mrs. Rose
II. N'eelev. J. F Bowring, H. C. Car
ver I A. Jensen, H. S. Lar.son, John
Funk, Lyle Eddy. M. B. Olson.
Fourth District Lorenzo Pett, C. A.
Kaiser. Roland Madson. M. J. HolL C.
E. Jenseu, Roscoe Call. Roy Ro6kelley,
T. M. Rees, Mr? H. S. Jensen. D. Jen
son. Eliza Hansen and A. M. Merrill
Madison. Wis., Oct. s - Coach Ju
neau refrained rrom putting the Wis-,
cousin squad through any scrimmage
vosterday. contenting himsolf with
nending 'tjirec teams, piloted by Gil
lette. Bellows and Castle, through a
stiff signal practice.
Boston Oct. S.--The Ilanard foot
ball team will be put through the
hardest kind of work this week In
preparation for Saturday's game with
Signal practice for two hours yes- i
terday was followed by a drill In the
gymnasium. Coach Haminct expects
to spend much of the time in condi
tioning the men.
Chicago. Oct. 8. With two weeks
In which to prepare for tho next game
Coach Stagg continued IiIk policy of
putting the University of Chicago
team throush review work.
New York Metal.
New a'ork, Oct. 8. Copper, dull;
stnndard spot. November and Decem
ber. $17.25 bid: electrolytic. 51762 1-2
7T17.S7 1-2: lake, $17.62 1-2'17.S7&,
casting. $17.2517.37 1-2.
Tin Weak; spot and October.
$19.5050.00; November, . $49.25f
Lead Steady: ?5.10 bid.
Speller Quiet; $7,507.70.
Antimony Steady; Cookson s,
New York Dairy.
New York. Oct. 8. Buttor Firm.
New York Money.
New York, Oct. 8. Money on call
firm, i ?,gT, per cent; ruling rate
4 7-S; closing bid, 4 3-1; offored at
Ia,M"""''lERN,S "11 i H
2459 Washington H
Lunch, 11:30 a.m., to 2:30 p.m. I IH
Supper, 5 p. m.t to 7:30 p. m. H
Sunday Dinner tM
12:30 p. m., to 7:30 p. m. IH
1 -8 H
Time loans, firm; sixty and ninety IH
days, 5 l-25 3--1 per cent; C months, IH
5 1-4(0)5 1-2 per cent. H
Close: Primo mercantile paper, 5S IH
to G per cent IH
Sterling exchange steady, with ac- Jm
tual business in bankers' bills at H.S2 H
for 60 day bills and $4.85 for demand. tM
Bar silver, G5 1-Sc. IH
Mexican dollars, 49c. IH
Railroad bonds steady; government H
bonds easy. H
Commercial bills, 34.83 1-4. kH
Surgeons Operate H
on James J. Corbett
Philadelphia, Oct. S. James J. Cor- H
bott, once champion heavyweight pug- M
UIsL Is in a hospital after an opera- H
Hon for appendicitis. At one time it H
was thought that his recovery was 1m- jB
possible, but he has rallied, and his jH
physicians say he has a chance. M