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jj THE EVENING STANDARD,
IfWe are now prepared
to fill your orders for
I Mil hi mo Hi
tat the following- prices
' At Yard.. Del.
f Mammoth Lump, . .$4.25 $5.00
Mammoth Nut 4.00.. 4.75
Screened Mine Srk..3.00 3.50
Yards on west Bide of Wall
Avenue between 22nd and 23rd.
r Give us a trial.
IV FRANK MOORE
: COAL CO.
It Is a pleasure to know that we
,can be of assistance to you when
buying new apparel. We know that
you will appreciate this accommo
dation because we do not advanoe
the prices. We sell to you just
the same as If you paid each here
' Without exception we are show
ing one of tho finest exhibits of
women's stylish apparel In the
city. We want you to come In and
jjp coo It.
S 2345 Wash. Ave.
I ANTHRACITE COAL
i SOLE AGENT FOR
St The coal that makes the least
E clinkers. Put in your winter
2 supply before tho prides ad-
K Ask for Floresta,
I JOHN FARR
U Phone 27
Ml CHOP HOUSE
'gl BISMARK HOTEL
M 128 25th St.
jjfl Sanitary Gas Cooking.
Jill Merohantc Lunch 25c.
Jfj OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
M 3601 Washington Ave.
iMJ Direct wires to Butte, Anaconda,
$ Havre de Grac&, Lexington. LOuls-
M ye' wlnd30ri Latonia and Juarez
fjft ' This room has the only direct
jl aervico to all tracks. Phono 313.
& ralac Late
Special Dinner . . 25c
jfcj. Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.
dfr Dinner from 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
& TOM HOY, Mgr. 2B4 25th 8L
ill "WE Flx ANY DAM THING" fl
5rM Blcycleo, motorcycles and auto- j
.pi mobile work. I
M ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
mW OGDEN NOVELTY WORKS,
il 2576 Wash. Ave. Phone 794
T'Wl IiWWiiWi' M ill II . i i" WirraOHtei
yfyj . - . .. -
yi Leaders in Styles for Men
m Quality Goods.
m Buchmiller & Flowers
fflj 24C1 Washington Ave.
I . W. L. WHELAN
I'jt Artistic Piano Tuner. Case and
a action work a specialty. Phone
!, WHERE THE WOMEN TRADE
VHIIP' 5SS35r HSSBP5'
I atemwsm &sa&& 40&jh
il Road the Classified Ads.
Two largo signs ha.ro been placed
on the south wall of the Plngroe Na-
tional bank. On roada, "After ro-
I modeling, this place will be occupied
by a National Cigar store;" tho oth-
,er, "Wo expect to move Into our new
quarters soraetlmo this month."
For some lime past, workmen have
been working day and night, finishing
the Interior of the new Plngroe bank
on Washington avonue. It was
thought that the new building would
be ready for occupancy b' next Sat
urday but aterlals, being delayed, It
is believed that the date for removal
must bo postponed.
Mr. Pingree stated that as soon aa
posBlblo they will move, even If all
work Is not completed.
As soon .is tho Broom building on
tho corner of Twenty-fifth street and
Washington avenue is vacated, work
men will begin remodeling for the
branch store of the United Cigar
Stores company. It 1b thought that
the building will be occupied as a
cigar store by December 1.
Jt lo reported from the railroad of-
. flees in Ogden that the colonist rates
offered by the different railroads have
Increased the passenger traffic to a
remarkable extent. Last year the
colonist rates were In effect for forty
days and during that time thousnnds
of people took advantage of the rates
to tour the wost and northwest. This
year tho tickets are to be sold for
only fifleeu davs and the rates will
I expire on October 10, but it Is stated
! that the colonist travol during those
fifteen days will exceed that of the
Ifortv davs last year.
! Railroad officials state that this
heavy traffic Is an Indication of the
prosperity In the country Many who
have tr.ken advantage of the rates are
homeseekcrs but thero are also many
who wish to take a tour while rates
Crews are being added at different
points out of Ogden to handle this
increase in passenger traffic With
the freight business al30 extremely
heavy, the railroads look for a pros
The National Apple Show at Spo
kane from October 11 to 18 as well
as the National Grange meeting and
the American Mining congress to be
held there at the same time are also
expected to draw many people from
outside points and the railroads are
preparing to handle many paBsensers.
TO MAKE A
Sacos, tho Greek wrestler, claims
Harbertson refuses to accept his of
fer to make a side bet of $200 on the
outcome of their match tomorrow
Sunday night Sacos accepted all
comers on the mat at the Sanitorlum.
offering $25 to any one stnylng 15
minutes, Nono was successful.
Tonight at 7 o'clock Sacos will meet
Walter Johnson's manager for tho
purpose of posting a forfeit for the
match to be held in Ogden Boon af
ter the Harbertson contest.
BROSTROM The funeral of Niels
P. Brostrom. who was killed in a fall
In Blacksmith's Fork canyon last
week, will bo held In tho Eighth ward
meotlng houso at 2 o'clock Wednes
day afternoon. The services will be
conducted by Bishop James Taylor.
Tho remains will Ho In 6tate at tho
Lome, 52.1 Seventh street, until noon.
Interment will be In the Ogden City
Judge A. B. Anderson
on Bench at Trial
of Dynamite Cases
Indianapolis, Iud., Oct. S. Judge A
B. Anderson is flitting in the federal
court at the trial of the two score
men indicted some inonths ago or
' charges of using dynumlte in laboi
ilcad the Classified Adar
TO SPEAK TO
Thursday afternoon, at 2:30, George
N. Lawrence, candidate for attorney
general on the state Progressive tick
et, will address tho Ladies' Progres
sive club at headquarters, and at oth
er times during the aftornoon he will
speak In some of tho wards of the
APPLE DAY IS
Many people from different parts of
tho state paased through Ogden this
morning en route to Treinonton, Utah,
where Apple day Ib being colobrated. i
An extra coach was added to Oregon
Short Line train No. 1J In Ogden this
morning to accommodate those who
wished to take tho trip.
A movement was o foot this morn
ing urging a delegation from Ogden
to take the trip to the "Apple City"
in automobilos, but unfavorablo re
ports concerning the condition of the
roads discouraged many who would
It Is planned by the committee at
Tremonton to havo tho visitors go
from Tremonton to Garland, and from
Garland to Brigham City In, automo
biles From Brigham the visitors will
return on Oregon Short Line train No.
1 1 or the Ogden Jl'apld Transit line.
STAG PARTY AT
THE HOME OF
The cast of the Eagle's minstrel
show and some of their friends were
Ireated to a slag reception at the
home of Lee Farr. 2932 Porter ave
nue, last nrght During the evening
the compaiu was entertained b mu
sic from Louis Savillo s orchestra and
Bert Syphers and other members of
tho cast sang several solos. Later
In the evening all were Invited to a
supper and were presented with
menus with each article named from
some one present
Tho menu was as follows:
Celery Koy Loavltt. j
Olives It. C. Glasmann. '
Pickles A E Hclnz.
Youmj onions Greenbcrg.
Sardine sandwich Dr. Wardleigh.
Ham sandwich Bert Syphers.
Veal Lew Lcavitt,
Chicken Louis Saville.
Cheese Dr. Naramore
Crackers Alden Nichols.
Refreshments C Jacobson. G.
Taylor, Lee Fnrr. Andrew Baer.
TO MEET IN ZION
A meeting of the district foresters
of the United States forest servlco will
be held in tho Salt Lake fedoral build
Ing N ember 7 The session will be
attended by the chief of the service,
Henry S. Grnves. and other Washing
ton officials of the department. The
district chiefs are six In ni'mbor and
aro stationed In Missoula, Mont,;
Denver, Albuquerque, N. M.; Portland.
San Francisco and Ogden.
The activities of the service at tho
present time will be discussed by the
chief forester and his assistants.
COAST PLAYER IS
VICTIM OF FEVER
Los AngeleB. Oct 8 "Iielny" Heit
muller. right fioldor for tho Los An
golas Pacific coast league team, died
today at the Good Samaritan hospital
of typhoid fever. Ho was taken sick
about a weok ago. Heltmuller went
Into professional baseball from tho
University of California, whero he
was captain of the 'varsity football
team in his lust college year beforo
rugby replaced the American gam'.
He alBO was tho mainstay of tho col
lege baseball nine as a pitcher. Two
years ago he played with tho Phila
delphia AmericanB and during the
prosent season In the Coast leagno
has led the batting list most of tho
year, hitting .33G
PORTLAND MAN IS
m DEAD IN PARIS
Paris, Oct. S. The body of H. F
Rodnoy of 516 Williams avenuo, Port
land, Ore., was found on the railroad
tracks near Abbeville. In the depart
ment of the Soinme, on Soptembor 20.
according to an official notification
sent by the government to the Ameri
can consul genoral today.
It Is believed that Mr Rodney fell
from a train In motion. The body has
been burled In Abbeville cemetery and
the baggage Is in tho hands of the
CROSS TO TURKEY
Belgrade, Servla, Oct. 8. Reports
reached hero today that Montenegrin
troops had crossed iho Turkish fron
tlor The Servian parliament today voted
an extra credit of 18,900.000 for mili
tary purposes and tho merchanta of
this city are making largo donations
to the fundB being raised for the as
sistance of poor families whose bread
winners havo been called upon for
MAN PASSES AWAY.
Provo, CL 7. A mantlo of gloom
was caBt over Provo tills morning
when the news of the death of Wll
ford A. Johnson became known. Mr.
Johnson died at the Provo general
OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912. Q H
I Enormous Purchase of Fine . I I
I FALL SAMPLE SUITS sjfcL I I
1 At a Positive Saving of 25 Per Cent PV 1 I
f" " 250 of the finest Women's and Misses LmWLK I 1
Sample Suits, bought at a figure that en- SmfP7 I ImWW
ables us to offer them at 25 per cent dis- j$wm 1 1
count It is a Suit Buying Opportunity that vjhr A ' 1 1
a wise woman will not lose a minute in OV Ik V I
Beyond all question the most sensation- II I I H
al sale in years, and right at the height of 11 ( I
the season. You are lucky indeed if you 11 &-L B 1
have not yet bought your Fall Suit, for you & 32h I 1
have your choice of the finest and the best I H
THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME 'OF THE ' II
75 $20 Suits $15.00 M 1 H
50 $25 Suits $20.00 ;. 1 jF 1 H
90 $30 Suits $25.00 '. UM I H
20 $33 Suits ?27.50 ' I 1 I
15 $35 Suits $29.00 ft ill III
Last (Sip Thomas J I
iii M iii ii iTTTTni rrTTTTwiTTr"rwTrTT"MTrTT-TTminin"M'gyir w ittttb ga H
hospital at 12 15 this morning of per-'a
Konills, after an operation for nppen-
dlcltls, which Tas performed lust ;
Tuesday night hetween 11 and 11 30 ; ;
o'clock." He had heen ailing for tho
past six weeks, but was not thought I
to he in any dnnger until taken sud- ?
denly worse at 10 o'clock Tuesday :
WILL BE BRIDE
AND GROOM AGAIN
Los Angeles, Oct. S A romance
involving a youthful marriage, divorce
and anothor marriage and extending
from Pueblo. Colo , to Los Angeles,
came to light today when It wns
learned that Emory Cobb and Harri
et Falrrault Cobb c' tho Colorado clt
had obtained a marriage license They
divulged the fact that they had been I
boy and girl sweethearts and had heen
married when Emory was 20 and hi, i
brldo 17 years old. For two years
they lived together, but to please
their parents the wlfo obtained a di- '
They had nrranged to re-marry,
however, as soon as the wife had
reached tho age of 21 and tho couple
jv.ill scon le man and wife again.
LEAPS TO EARTH i
CLOTHED IN FIRE .
Los Angelos, Oct. 8. Thomas Reyes,
a cement worker, who, cloaked In i
flame, leaped from the second story
of a blazing building last night and j
fell unconscious on the ground, was eo
badly burned that hlu life was de
spaired of today.
Reyes' leap wa3 witnessed by hun
dreds of people He said he had loin
down to sleep early in the evenl .
nnd did not -waken until his bed an.,
clothing wero masses of flames
MORE TIME GIVEN
New York. Oct S Tho United
States district court granted today the
application of the government for 100
days additional time to Introduce evi
dence In the dissolution cult against
tho American Sugar Refining com
pany. Hearings have been held beforo
an examiner almost continuously since
last spring More than 1,000 exhibits
have been Introduced.
Mexico City, OcL S. The Mexican
deputies voted last night to double
their own pay, bringing It up to ap
proximately $3,000 n year.
The t otlve announced for tho In
crease n to "render tho legislative
body Independent of tho executive and
THEY ARE FOR PEACE.
Sofia, Bulgaria. Oct. 8. The Aus
trian and Russian ministers at noon
today made joint representations lo
the Bulgarian government on behalf
of the powers.
It was said they Informed the Bul
garian government that the powers
strongly disapproved of tho warllko
attitude of the Balkan states and urg
ed upon them- a prompt cessation of
"the military concentration.
Cottlnje, Oct, 8. M. Plamcntaz, tho
Montenegrin charge d'affaires at Con
stantinople, has been ordored to leave
there today. The Turkish charge
d'offalres here has heen handed pass
ports by the Montenegrin government.
Now York Stocks.
New York. Oct 8. Irregularity gave
way to modorate heaviness In today's
Pressure agaluRt Steel, Reading,
Union Pacific and other lcudonj was
renewed, all selling under yesterday's
low quotations. Foreign news was
against disquieting. Practlcallly the
only stockB to roflect strength here
wero Wheeling and Lake Erie Issues
and one of the local traction group.
Bonds were steady.
The market closed steady, in the
last hour the only feature was the fur
ther weakness of Canadiaa Pacific
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I Theodore Roosevelt , Hiram W. Johnson I
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At tho meeting or the city board of
commissioners this morning the city
recorder reported that there were no
proteslB against establishing a ilde-
walk district on Twenty-ninth street,
between Adams and Grant avenues.
The city cngiiieor was authorized to
advertlso for bids for tho construction
of tho walk.
The report or Street Supervisor
Clorn Martin Hhowed that in the
month of Septoraber $2,184.50 Tffas ex
pended on tho otroetB. Tho same
month last year the expenditure was
The claim of A. G, Harris for the
collectlnR of poll taxes In the sum of
$111 was ullowed.
The claim or G. J. Krultbosch for
$25 dRmago dan his buggy nnd har
ness when he drove Into a broken cul-
vert September 2S, was rererred to tho H
Buprlntondent oC streets. H
A New Deal. H
"If you remember, Wombat was H
married just a yar ago," wM
"l remember." H
"Wo ought to remember tho annl- H
rertary tn some way. Ye, just a year H
ago the wpddlng cards were out." H
"Forget it The wedding card are M
belns shuffled for a new deal." H
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