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H.f f -THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912." V Ffti
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I ? - BUY LAMPS &F USI
ltj itaw --i-a3'J-."-. - "r hSr y &&
J We Have the LatesS
H They Stand Both Jolts
H: and Volts
1 425 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 88
H f Opposite Court House.
HI (We're New Here But Old in the Business)
ELEGTRIG SERWSGE GO.
mu, G. W. Barlow, Manager.
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H E I terest credited to your account. if
H 8 ! You are cordially invited to start an account fc h
H ; p i with us now, and get a Bank Book. g jj
B 4 Per Cent Paid on 1
H ' 1 Savings Accounts. 3 I
I WOltQl'S MARKETS
H OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
L- (Selling Price.)
M i Ogden, Utsh, Nov. 4. Butter
M ; Cx earner?, extra, in cartons, :i5c;
B ' creamery, firsts, 33c; cooking, 30c;
H ', tanc'.i, 20c.
v Cheeso Eastern, 30c; Utah, ISc;
Y. A., 19c.
H&3 ggs Ttnnch, per case oi 30 dozen,
HL ! $s,oo.
Hf'- Sugar Best, ?C.OO; cane, $G.C0.
piH Chicago Grain,
H Chicago, Nor. 4, Fear of interna-.
H t'onal entanglements in efforts to sct-
M , tie the Balkan war gave the wheat
Hi, market firmness today. On the other
MfT hand, much Paificc coast wheat was
Hl' reported to be comhis east by rail.1
V Opening figtre6 v.ere 1-8(0-1-1 off to
Hf l-S up. December started at C9 3-1
P?-j to 90, a shade to l-Sgl-4 down, but
1ialMed,to 90 7-S. i
Assertions that the government crop
csUmaxes would he far more than in-
- dicateil October 1 broiight about weak-
H J nesB in com. December opened l-S
KJ to 1-2 lower at R0 1-2 to 30 7-S and
B77 sagged to 50 3-8.
T '( Oats hardened In sympathy with
H wheat. December, which started
j t 1-16 to l-S easier at 31 3-3 to 31 3-S&)
piH 1-2, rose CO 3 5-8.
H i Notwithstanding meager demand.
HWi ' rovisiens advanced as a result of
HI lijbt receipts. The opening was 5 to
Bnl 20 lower with Januarv at I S.-B0 n
f IS 65 for perk 30.00 to' 10.I5 for ir.rd
HUl and 10.00 to 10.02 1-2 for ribs.
Bjr Wcv York Stocks.
B Nov.- York, Nov. 4. Stocks were
t. rxce".hiRly dttll and decidedly weak
H? ' the early par. oi today's session
K. 'ihc Balkan complications caused fur-
Hif t.er uneasiness abroad and the eve
Hi o' Mto p'-ci'jpiit'.al elaction was large-
l responsible for apath here Ca
nadian Pacific was weakest of the
standard railways, with moderate
firmness in St. Paul and Hill Issues.
Lehigh Valley, St Paul and Amalga
mated yielded a point Among the
specialties as sharp slump of five
points In Beet Sugar, three in Amer
ican Sugar and three in Cane wcro
Money opened at 7 per cent Bonds
were easy. (
The market closed film. General,
strength was chown In the final hour, i
with particllar improvement in Le
high Valley and the Kill stock3. Early
losses were quite generally replaced
by moderate gains.
New York Money.
j New York, Nov. 4. Money on call
strong, 37 per cent; ruling rate, 7;
1 closing bid, 3; offered at 3 1-2.
. Time loans strong; CO and 90 days,
6 per cent: six months, 5 l-23-4.
Close: Prime mercantile paper, 6
Sterling exchange steady, with actu
al business in bankers' bills at 4.S175
for GO day bills and at 4.S5S0 for de
Commercial bills. 4,Si:
Bar silver, C2 7-S.
Mexican dollars, 48 3-1. '
Goemracut bonds, steady; railroad
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 4. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,700; market strong to 10
higher; natne steers, 5.D73aO.0O;
cows and heifers, 3.30GG.50; western
steers, 5.758.00; Texas steers, 4.35
i 6.00; cov.s and heifers, 3.25(3.25:
ranuera, n.00TD4.25; stockers and feed
J ers, 4.7567.7.1; calves, 4.50S.75;
I bulls, stags, etc , 4.00(55.50.
Hogs Receipts. 2.50Q: market 5 to
10 higher; neavy, 7.706)7.80; mixed,
Hi; ORPHEUM TONIGHT
7.S07.S.7; light, 7.757.90; pigs,
G.00?7.25: bulk of sales, 7S07.So.
Sheep Receipts, 19,300; market 10
to 20 higher; fed muttous, 4.255.2o,
wethers, 3.504.o0; wothers, ?.50G
L50; ewes, 3i2t(aM.0O; Inmbs, 6.25
New York Metal.
New York, Nov. 4. Copper Quiet,
standard spot, 1G 9017.10; December
16.7517.05, January, 1G.7517.00;
electrolytic, 17 37 1-217.S7 1-2; lake,
17.62 l-217.S7 1-2; casting, 17.25
Tin Dull, spot, 19.80(?'50.20; De
cember, J9.9050 25.
I,ead Easy, J.704.S0
Spelter Easy, 5.755 95.
Antimony Cookson's, $10.50.
Iron Firm; No. 1 northern. lS.25tJ)
18.75; No. 2 northern. 17.7Rg)lS.23;
No. 1 southern. 18.75(ffl9 25; No. 1
southern soft, 1S.5019.00.
New York Dairy.
Now York, Nov. 4 Butter Firm;
creamery extras, 32 1-2(7j33
Cheese Quiet; state wholo milk
held colored specials, 12 1-213 1-2.
p.gg5Irregulnr; frosh gathered
extras, 3G3S. extra firsts, 3S39.
New York Sugsr.
New York, Nov 4. Sugar Raw
Quiet; muscovado, S? test 3.55; cen
trifugal. 9G test, 4.05; molasses, S9
test, 3.30; refined, quiet.
St. Louis Wool.
St. Louis, Nov 4. Wool Steady;
torrltory and western mediums 21'fr
25c. fine mediums, 18(S"20c, fine, 13
RAIN AND MUD
Rain and mud today cut the attend
ance at the eleventh hour political
meetings throughout the state.
Salt Lake club women are canvas
sing this afternoon the replies of can
didates to a series of questions pro
pounded to them Campaign mana
gers have made no change in their
The head of the Republican ticket
in Weber count is being sacrificed in
an effort to save the county candi
dates Thr mails have been flooded with
postal cards telling how Taft can ic
scratched and the rest of the Repub
lican ticket voted.
This will make no voles for the
standpatters, as the Progressives have
long since decided to pull the Bull
Moose lever und vote the Progressive
The Progressives are fighting for a
principle and are not to be wheedled
Into voting other than a straight tick-
District Forester E. A. Sherman of
the forest service here Is busily en
gaged In arranging for the district
foresters' convention, which will be
held at the Hotel Utah In Salt Lake
Mr. Sherman says that there will
be at least twelve prominent foresters
In attendance, including all the dis
trict foresters, Chief Forester Heniy
S. Graves and others, with headquar
ters in Washington, D. C.
Administrative questions of the var
ious districts of the national forests
will be taken under consideration and
each district forester will be advised
ns to methods to be followed and
niles to be observed In all departments.
"That's the only way I have of get
ting acquainted with the police judge,-'
said Charles Allen when asked why
he got so drunk he had to be arrest
ed. Furthermore, he said that he was
feeling good because it was election
llnio and he was celebrating again.
When were you here before?" ask
ed Judge Reeder.
The day after election last year,
jour honor," answered Allen.
'If T 'let vou go this time will you
get drunk again?" continued the judge.
"Not until next election," he said
There were no special circum
stances so sentence vvas suspended to
let Allen vote.
O. M Sever, W. Saunders and Wm
.Morgan charged with vagiancy, each
received five days. They hud been
hanging around the Rio Gi untie round
houRe for several days.
Jamea Conle, also charged with
vagrancy, was given a suspended sen
tence, and John Olesnn was d'scharg
ed after be had proved to the satis
faction of iho co.irt that he had a
good Job waiting for him. '
The case of Carlos Williams, charg
ed with leststing an officer, was con
tinued until tomorrow mprnlng.
Look on the Bright Sido.
Get into the habit of looking for
the silver lining of the clpud, and
when you have found It continuo to
look for it, rather than at the leaden
Bray in the middle. It will help you
over many hard places. A. A. W1U1L&.
Sead the Classified Ads. .
06DENR1 MAN MAKES
Wm. A. Middleton Said Good
Tilings About Plant
Mr. Middleton, who has lived in j
Ogden since 1891, and who has been
employed by the S P It R. for the
past 32 years, said the following to
the Plant Juice man at Mclnlyre's
Drug Store, 2121 Washington Ave
' have been affected with Ca
tarrh and stomach tiouble for the
past ten years and I have taken many
kinds of medicine, but nothing oven
did mo the good your Plant Juice has
I got relief almost Iustantly I have'
taken one bottle and I feel fine Mv
stomach does not trouble mc any I
more. I eat anything I want with no
bad effect and my catarrh Is greatlv I
Improved. I am telling all the bovs
about Plant Juice and have givon a
lot of them a dose I can't pralso ,
Plant Juice too highly and if my
name is of anv benefit jou may use
Mr. Middleton Is correct Plant
Juice acts qntcklv. When taken Into
the stomach it is taken up bv tlm
circulation In a remarkably 'short
time and Ik enrried to all parts of the
body, renovating any diseased part
and giving relief to all derangements
of the stomach, liver kidneys and I
Go to Mcfntyre's.. 2421 Washington
Ave., and gel a bottlo: your money (
back If It does not help yon. '
"The Man Who Can."
(Bv Marlon Couthouv Smith.)
Written of Theodore Roosevelt in 1908 i
Back In the days of strife and stress,
Read wc records of mighty men.
Kings of a grealening world no less
Strong allko with the sword and
Soldiers, poets, patriots these:
Foundors wore they of future states
Sailors over the swinging seas,
Where today shall we find their i
How shall wo know "the on who
(That was the Saxon phrase, thpj
Brothers, have we not found the man I
Close to our hearts and lives to- i
Soldier and patriot, strong of hand.
Keen of vision to know the lime;
Quick and true to the hour's de
mand; Poet, too, without tune or rhyme.
Poet because, through mists of sin. I
He sees the best as it yet may be I
Faces evil, daic- begin
To live the good that his soul can
Speech like an arrow, 3Wift und '
' Strength that silte o the core ol
Smiles that mock but an adverse f:ite.
Heart ofn boy, CTfcir leaps tolsong.
J.'onci srornft'I of Hf.j or placo,
Courage bright':.1;! in sordid strife,
Sufb is the uirn whose fir3t, best
If the simple crown i.l a stainless
IIott shiH ve fh:! "Ihc out; who
(That was the noble Saxon phrase!)
Brothers, since wq have known the
His the leadership, his the praise!
Marlon Couthouy Smith
HOLDCAMPER--Pnuline, tho four-year-old
aaughter of T. H and Maude
Holdcamper, died in Sacramento. Cal.,
on Novomber 2, of infantile paralysis.
Mrs. Holdcamper was formerly Miss
Gelger of Ogden.
DENEWAY The lifeless body of
Miss Mary J Donoway, a resident
of Ogden for the past 23 yeais, was
found in bed early Sunday morning
at her home, 36SG Utah avenue. Her
death was due to an attack of heart
failure. Miss Deneway had been ail
ing for thiec weeks, but her conditipn
was not thought to be serious. Her
friend, Miss L. A Irwin, went to her
room in the morninc to awaken her,
and after gelt'ng no lesponse went to
the bedside, where she found the llfo
leBS body. Miss Deneway was born in
New York 5S years ago and came to
Ogden in 1SS9, whoie she had since re
sided. She was a member of the
Methodist church and the Order of
the Eastern Star As far as is known
she had no living relatives Funeral
services will will be held at the Kir
kendall chapel Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock. Interment will be in Moun
tain View cemetery.
Watch Made of GlaG3.
Josef Baier, a glasscutter of Mu
nich, after many years of patient
toll, has succeeded in putting together
a timepiece whose every wheel and
screw, with the framo and each of
tho three covers Is made of glnss.
In a Glass House.
Tom "Doesn't your glrl'B father
call you down for staying fo late?"
Jack "Well, no. You see, I generally
meet him at the gate coming home
irom the club."
MISS CATT RETURNS.
Sun Francisco Nov. I Voles for
womqn (he world over, and that son,
is the prediction made by Mss Car
He Chapman Catt, president of the
International Woman s Suffrage alli
ance, who arrived from the Orient to
day after campaigning and Investi
gating conditions among women in"
Europe, Africa, Aola and Polynesia.
"Women are voting today in paita
of China, and in Burmah, where they
are led by a Buddhist woman ol" great
ability" she said. "In Persia, the
movement toward equal sjffrace H
strong, and at the net inlernntlonai
conference of the alliance U s ex
pected there will be a Peisian dele
gate. , - 6 &M' ,
"Even in Africa, Java, Sumatra and
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m m "pp-oTl Men's Overcoats 5
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m $15.00 Suits $7.50 S5ff5?069 T&iirs M ',''?
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1 HARRY REINSHRIBER, Ugr. ' !
. ' In
tlio Fhilppines tlie tendency of the
times can bo felt, even if, it is not
an onrushlng ilver, ns it i3 else
On natioual politics, Miss Catt'?
only comment was Uat she was glad
to have Colonel RjoscvoU's support,
even if he were a late convert.
PROPOSAL OF POWERS.
London, Nov 4. The latest propos
al to the powers made by tho French
premier. Raymond Foincaire, is as fol-'
"1. Recognition by the powers of
political and administrative chances
in the territory occupied by tho troops
of the allies.
"2. Retention of the sultan's sov
ereignty at Constantinople and the re
gion around the capital.
"3. The summoning of a European
conference in which the Balkan na
tions shall participate."
Vienna, Austria, Nov. 4. Every ef
fort is being strained by the Bulga
rian commanders to hasten the fall of
Adrinnoplc, according to Lieutenant
Wagner, telegraphing to the Reichs
po3t today fiom the Bulgarian head
fjuaiters The desire of the Bulgarians is to
release their siege guns for eventual
use on the Turkish lines at Tchatal-
The power of rosislanco of the
Turks at Adrlanople. J ieutenant Vag-
nor says, diminishes day by day. The
Turks reply weakly and at intervals
to the heavy fire of the Bulgarian,
siege artillery The Turkish works on
the noi fewest front of the city have
suffered and since the last great sor
tie by the garrison in the direction
ol Maras the activity of th Turkish
troops appears to have diminished
, The lack of provisions in the in
vested city is reported already to
have become extremely serious.
Tho Imminent fall of Adrlanople Is
regarded in Vienna as an event of
the greatest military aud political Im
portance, both as evidence that oven
the lino of forts at Tchatalja cannot
scve Constantinople and as enabling
the whole Bulgarian' army to concen
trate far an attack on the Turkish
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