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&l : THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912. !L ''H
I SALT LAKE CITY
1 CARRIED BY
I J TAFTITES
UkS .Sa,lt I.aUo City and countv were
btS I carried by the Republican?. The vote
M ;K on the head of tho ticket was.
1fcf ? Taft S,1)G1! Wilson. 7.48S; Roosevelt
3I I C,5S7; Debs 2,49s-
rf,' For governor. Spry. 9,905; Morri3,
j.gS J C.293J Tolton. G,S9.
,53'!. For congressman: Howoll, 9.2S9- J
M&l t Johnson, S.765, T. D. Johnson, 7,393,
rtM 1 Thomas, 7.7SP; Love, G.S3, Larson.
. fiJ B.207.
5H ; YHjcn Judge Roctlor look his scar
!J ;, in the police court this morning at" 10
?j '. o'clock' he faced as cosmopolitan r
!$ 3 crowd as hns over been assembled in
rj r tho court 100m. All nations were rpp-
'HJC j resented, as well as all branches or
iS Jr Petty orlmo and two "hop heads," a
fti 1 Chinaman and a negro, adding color
jm to tho row of prisoners
t Alfred Noye.s, a youn man of 22
Ml 4 J ears and a "dope,r flond, was the
J I first called. He pleaded guilty tc
fltf ? the charge of vagrancy and sohblns-
ilf ? '' told the court lhat e was trying
j t. to break nvray from the drug habit,
He is pitifully emaciated and was con.
C ' trolling hjs nerves this moinlng when
) his system "was calling for opiates
UNI e was given a sentence of five
iStl : days.
tojA k Charley Allen again pleaded election
4Ji : tlmo as an excuse for his getting
51 ' drunk, and the Judse accepted his e-
puee for the second time 'within foui
n daj s, pei mit ting Allen to go to his
H work under a suspended sentence.
H Election was celebrated to such an
rcl extent by John Doe that he -was still
Thi t drunk when his case was called this
1 i mprning. The fellow, who claims he
is well known In Ogden, was arrested
SVt at 4 o'clock this morning near the
JflgB steps to the city hall and he was so
H d:unk that he iiad not recovered at
VUm court time this morning He was led
'Jjjl , back to the cell house to sober up still
lgf Because his c'nthes weie clean,
"jj-l! though threadbare. Alex I ehman, u
H white haired old man who claims that
!1 K np was once n prosperous merchant
m It in San Francisco. wp3 given a sus
01 It pended sentence after pleading guilty
J to being drunk
1 1 Tom Galllcher was lurkj also and'
5 I! was lurneu" lorse after giving a good
Jj r excuse for his fall from the watei
B. Jackson, who is. according to the
B officers, a bad man, haiin; served h
B sentence in the penitentiary for rob
B bciy, was given 15 days for being t
K -vagrant S
C, McLallan and'O P Matthewson
B each received five days on the same
B charge -y '"? y r'
B Ed Mahon, a boj of 19 ears, who
U stole a pair of shoes aid then lied to
B the officers about it, laceived 30 dajs
B tor his conduct
B The case of Sing J.unc, charged
B with conducting an opium den, was
fa set for Friday morning.
J CHARGED WITH
!l While the celebration of election
f last night will long be remembered
HI &$ a happy incident in the lives of I
roost of the participants, Frank Chase,
HI . young man arrested last night for
l fighting and charged with jesinting an
111? officer, will long remember it with
I j ' According to the different stories
I ill told, Chase was annoyed by a small
hov who repeatedly pushed him from
r I the sidewalk to the gutter, until Chase
f boiled over and did some pushing in
' llri t71rn When the small boy was
HP thdown to the ground a bystander
fi urged Chase to let thu hoy up and
,1 vas imraediatelv challenged to fight.
fi At this time Patrolmen Oscar Swan-
f ! son and Dan Sullivan arrived on tho
' HI iceno nnd arrested Chase, who fought
l the policemen during the trip to the
ri Hi ' station. '
" Hi . The vjung man claimed in court
HI that he'dld not icsist arrest until hla
III . wrists had been wrenched, causlp
him much pain. He said that he had
HI been drinking, but was not drunk at
the time the trouble occurred.
; Judge Recder gave him a sentence
II of 15 days or SI 5
I Many a fool man commands re-
II ? ' spect bv merely looking wise
' Read the Classlfleil Ad.
I' TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch. C. D.
IVES, 380 25th st 11-6-lmo
NEW brick bunsalow. bargain, easy
terms. C. D. IVES, 3S0 'J.ith ,sU
C-UOOM modern brick; gas; $30 C. D.
,' iei IVES, 380 25th st, 11-6-lwK
OGDEN CITY TO
At the meeting of the city board of
commissioners this morning a relo
lutlon was passed authorizing the city
attornoy to hegln condemnation pro
ceedings against the Ogden River
Reservoir companv to got possession
of certain tiacts of land which the clt;
claims It desires to use in the buiU
ing of a reservoir on South For or
Ogden River. .
The resolution rehearses that the
state engineer has granted tho cltv
an extension of time for the perfect
ing of Its. water right on Ogden ricr
for domostlc and culinary purposes in
The contract for the building of
sidewalk district NTo. 117 was let to
George Whltmeer & Son., tho bid
of that company Iwing tho lowesJ
The sidewalk- in question extends from
Adams avenue to Grant on Twenlj
The claim of J, p. Keller, amount
ing to 20 was allowed.
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M'GRUE IS T0
QUIT BAD l
Since James McGrue, an alleged
morphine user, has been confined In '
tho city jail for stealing blankets and
inzors from the Sanation Army, he I
has expressed his desire to break
away from the enslaving habit, nnd
he says that he will not mind n jil i
centenca if It will aid in his oercom-j
i iug the lso of drugs i
He was arrosteil three dajs ago.1
when a lady complained that ho was
In her chicken caop When it was1
learned that he was a drug fiend he '
was questioned as to the manner 'n
which he seemed the "dope, and1
his confession resulted in the arrest
of Sing Lung 251 Twentj -fifth street, I
on the charge of selling drugs and
keeping an opium smoking ' Joint " He
said that he took the articles from
the Salvation Annj, but said It was
the "dope' which caused him to do
Judge W. H Reeder has takeu tho
case uuuci athlsemenc und will prob
ably sentence the man tomorrow
McGiue will be used as a witness
against the Chinaman when the case
it. tried Fridav morning
With the exception of csteida af
ternoon t.ie veathei has been s.cb
that the members of the high school
I football team could not do the prac
1 ticing the would like for the fame
next Saturdaj afternoon with Jor
dan high school at Sand. TIipj put
in sume hard licks last night und on
wet nights will take long runs to keep
in good condlti3n, with light signal
practice to help oat.
If the local boya play next Saturday
7.1th the Bamc snap and skill that
marked their gamo with All Hallows
they will pile up as large a score
against the Sandy boys as they did
atalnst the college.
Jordan, however, has beaten the All
Hallows team and will probably prove
' stronger tnan the recent opponents
of the Orange and Black, 'i no team,
however, is taking no chances, be- !
cause they do not wish oerconfldcnco :
to result In their defeat, and an-1
other victory will encourage thorn
greath for their nxt game with the
Salt Lake high school on Thanksgiv
When the Salt Lake team ran up
such a large score against Ogden
three weeks ago. the Salt Lake coach
decided to send his second to Ogden
for the return game, but since Og
den demonstrated what the team
could do last Saturday It Is almost
ceitain that the Urst team will be
here for the Thanksghlng da game
Ogden high school has four more
games to play during the soaBon
The bojs will play Jordan at Sandy
next Saturday and will meet the uni
verslt freshmen In Ogden on Frida . I
November 15 Granite high school
and Ogden will clash at Glenwood
on November 22, and the final game
will br played with Salt Luke on
Speed Parting Bride.
Those who ttill cllnc to the time
honored custom of throning rlc aftor
the bride may fancy the Idea of having
the rice provided for them in tiny pa
per sllppcrB4and paaeed on a sIItct sal
yer after the brldo has retired to make
ready for her wedding Journey This
le a new idea and quite novel and pret
ty. One that is atlll newer la to have
the florist provide a supply of flower
petals to toss after the departing bride
and an idea borrowed from th Eng
lish Is to cast after her tiny silver pa
Rend the Classified Ada
III' 1 kv fit is the ladder on which success
lll 1 Iff4 M JRi V is reached. Your credit is good
iml ILr6Qll here and you get the beBt 1
,j jg '. 1 merchandise. u
i 9 wSDe a ar"T at the 'Kltiwal." Extra specials in oar '
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THIS IS AN IMPORTANT PAGE; KEEPlr,Tf I
REMEMBER IT, IN YOUR WEEK'S BUYING I
P TOMORROW OUR GREAT NOVEMBER SALE SWINGS INTO ACTION NO MISREPRESENTATIONS J H
i NO MARKING UP NO FICTITIOUS VALUES JUGGLING ' gsm..
j OP PRICES HAS NEVER BEEN TOLERATED HERE. -flJ k I
!A GREAT SALE OF SUITS, COATS, GOWNS J9HS
THIS IS THE LARGEST PURCHASE OF READY-TO-WEAR mW MMM Tf 1 H
STUFF WE HAVE EVER MADE AND ARE OF OUR REGULAR WWf V mmWWs I H
STOCK WHICH WILL BE PRICED AT ONE HALF AND SOME IN- $Nffl l J&B&Scw M 3 H
STANCES LESS WHEN YOU SEE THE EXTENSIVENESS OF X ,- mBjlJm' 1 H
THIS SHOWING, THE DESIRABLENESS OF THESE GOODS AND Ml! kHEIPH I H
THE VALUES, YOU WILL REALIZE THAT UNUSUAL PREPAR- VMKMiWM l I H
ATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE FOR THIS SALE. - ImMMI Klfj 1 H
NEW SMART AND CHIC SUITS LADIES' AND MISSES' ONE- ,HfflK h 1 I
TAILOEING OF THE BEST BUILT BIEOE BUDEeeCC ' S4HBiiffii ill I '1 1
ALONG PLAIN TAILOEEp LINES riEuC irSECOEO If M1IH f WMt Iljl I H
SOME SET OFF WITH BUTTONS ? M5Bw' 3m iSilV (Wll I H
HAND-TURNED EDGES MOST ALL NEVER HAVE ONE-PIEOE DRESSES rTl9H& ' SRrI If' 1 1
LDfED WITH SKENirBR AND PEAU-DE- BEEN SO POPULAR AS NOW. WE ARE .KuIiBEb' M' JimBftV H8 'J 1 B
CYGNE LINING. ON SALE AT , 1, ia qFOWTNr SITKq noRTTTROVflVT-T IV HHIl 1mRIOT 'ff I 1 H
OFF REGULAE PRICE. THESE SUITS SHOWING SILKS, CORDUROYS VEL- s,H iSBt&i ifMM$W& ifi ( 1 jl
ARE OF THE BEST KNOWN DESIGNS VETS AND SERGES. WE HAVE EITHER WKA'llmSn W&L fttl
ILND MANY VERY EXCLUSIVE MOD- THE PLAIN TAILORED STREET DRESS- Hs Hf(H ( J IjEfe M' 1 H
ES AND THE FANCY EVENING DRESS uJMIIJK! Ml i j W S : 1
COATS r 0S1T.YELY STUNNING in any of these materials. UHmR' UliJ 1 H
ARE THE COATS COMPRISED W THIS AND Vz 0FF BEGULAR PRICE. wlHSHBi M??! Vf I 1
SALE, INOLUDING EVERY SMART MA- FVFNTNP AND RFCFPTTON GOWNS WM<l&?M, WSMl W H H
TERIAL AND COLOR. V3 OFF REGU- o0 EVEN1"6' AND RECEPTION GOWNS WmBKiSSb WBmSMk U IH
T.AR PRICE ft AND Vo OFF REGULAR PRICE. WmMM fWfflfflMk S 1
Wilson on His Election
to the Presidencjr
Princeton. N J.. Nov G '1 can't
realize that Its true " i
Wood row WilBon. prcsldcnt-olcct '
thus greeted forenoon lisltorB today'
who s armed to his house to offer
Among them were man3- members
of the Princeton faculty. I
"I can't realize that It's true." re
peated the governor It hasn't quite
dawned on me 1 had been In an i
impersonal atmosphere for the last
three months reading about myself. ,
reading that I was to be elected, and i
now I can hardly belloe it la true."
The governor rose at 10 o'clock.
His breakfast was Interrupted by a
constant stream of congratulatory
messages and the arrival of a huge
cake sent from New York by Hcnn
X Morgenthau chairman of tho
Democratic national finance commit
tee. On top of tho cake was a hone
shoe on uhlch vvns inscribed. 'Greet
ings to the twenty-seventh presi
dent ' There was alo a miniature
White House, over which floRted an
American flag, bearing a portrait of
Mrs. Wilson an' her daughters as
sisted the governor In receiving call
ers. Among tho first to arrhe was
Charles W. .McAlpin. secretary of
Princeton uniorslt Another caller1
wnR Selig Dentschman, of San An
tonio, Tex., who bears a striking re
semblance to Colonel Roosevelt He
had been stumping In the east for
tho governor and Is now on hlB way
Governor Wilson received the fol
lowing message this morning from
President Hlbbon of Princeton
"In the namo of Princeton unher
slt 1 extend to von the congratula
tions and best wishes of vour alma
mater upon your election to the pres
idenev of tho Tnited States"
Governor Wilson this afternoon is
sued a btatcnvnt in which he doclared
that "theic Is absolutely nothlnR for
the honest and enlightened business
men of tho countrv to fear" fiom the
To President Taft at Washington.
Mr. Wilson sent tho following tele
gram "1 warmly appreciate your kind
message pnd wish to express my sin
cere panJnal regards."
To Colonel Roosevelt at Ojstcr Bay
he spnt tho following telegram
'My sincerest thanks for jour kind
nieKsage. Pra accept my cordial good
Vienna, Nov C The Rcitclnpoat's
correspondent with the Rulgarlan
array describes the Bulgarians ad
ance on Constantinople The Bul-
Igarlans arc advancing along thrco
I lines Their right on the coast of tho
sea of Maroa Their center through
iTchatlaJa and their loft through Is
trandla j Will Take Capitcl.
J London, Xov. C Tempornry occu-
Ipatlon of Constantinople b Bulgaria
is legarded by Russia as "inevitable,
says a St Petcisburg dispatch tn the
Dally Mall and therp is even fe.u- of
Turks in Panic.
I London, Xov. q. Th0 Times cor
I respondent with tho Turks tiocrph
from Rodosto, on the sea of Marmora
umiei date of Xo ember i
'This place is in the last phase of
a h'tnlcd evacuation Wl!d-ewJ
Turkish women of good estate, in a
pouring rain beseeched boatmen to
take them to the ships at anchor
Peasant families weie burning tho
wheels of tho'r wagons to warm their
Infants cradled In iloep fetid mud "
Multa. Xo G Rear Admiral Sir
Archibald Heikeley Milne sailed from
here yesterday for Turkish waters In
command of the cruisers Good Hope
Constantinople, Xov C. Up to a
lato hom last night no roph had
been recched from tho powers with
reference to mediation
London, Xot 6. The Post's conoa
pondent at Muslapha Pasha learns
from a refugee that Adrianople has
provisions sufficient to stand a siege j
of twenty days I
A BuJa Pest dispatch roports that j
Sprrlan column has occupied Mona- j
From Podgoritza comes word that
King Nicholas has sent another de
mand to Scutari to surrender within
forty-clsht hours, falling which the j
bombardment will be renewed.
New York Metal.
New York. No fi Copper flim.
standard spot, $1G75 bid: Xoember.
i ?16 80Jf 17 20: December, linSOtfj!
17 12. electrolytic. 17 7!r)117 87. lake!
17.02(5 17 S2; canting. 17 255?17 37.
Tin easv . spot and November. 19 7."i
fiSOOO, December. 4n$250 00
" Lead quiet at $ 704.S0.
Spelter quiet at 7 36(5 7 4G
Antimony quiet. Caokson's, 10.50.
Iron firm, unchanged.
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KiNfc op aiat, THRTT
LPOK&DVOU UP. AND I
NOGK MNV T TtMPT I
Irfc to nARKY VOU R.T
DA.T FELUW of VUfev 1 TRU&
C - Wl VE5- I
LULU -V;&LL I DUHNO.EAJT
LA5" EV1NIN' WHEN HtCM.LtD
Ht TAWED Mfc JH bcU Dt CM1M
CEPTAlVLy l? A HICcr LIT-
Massqnet a Twenty-first Child. j
If the seventh child of a family is ,
credited, ao It not uncommonly is. '
with certain myatlcal gifts, it would
seora to follow that a twpnty-flrst
cMld should be poBseBaed of some ex
traordinary talent However that
may be. Massenet, -xho had twenty
brothers and slaters ZO precede him,
very early developed pronounced musi
cal tastes, and at tho age of nine he
played a Beethoven aonata for an ei
aii Ination, through which he came auc-ccsfully
Ub for Old Newspapers.
China uses millions of pounds of j
old newspapers, chiefly British, na
! wall paper for houses and cottages.
1 MISS GENEVIEVE CLARK HAS A I
NEW CURL THAT STARTS A FAD
I IMM I GENLVIEVE. CLARK AND HER CURL ' ' ', ;' H
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ISNDEPENDEiNT MEAT CO. I I
Phone 23. 2420 Washington Ave.
Election is over. Let us put our shoulders to the wheel and
push for our beautiful city The city of homes. We are busv buy
ing and seDing everything choice in meats, and our prices are the
talk of the town.
United Steles Inspected IJ
No Diseased Meats jj r
Loin Pork Chops, per pound 15c m
Shoulder Pork Chops, per pound 12X2C I
2 lbs. Shoulder Mutton Chops, per pound 15c
Mutton Stew, per pound . .... 3c ;
Cottage Hams, per pound '. . 10c j 1