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H , ' , ., HE EVENING STAND AED, OGDEN, UTAH, SATU3DAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. W
B l . . ft-
B 1 Typerwifers and I
H 1 Supplies I
M I Monarch and
1 I Smith Premiers 1
B 1 Cal1 I
B N. D. Munn, Resident Sales- I
--------H ffi man' 1
H 1 2266 Washington Ave. I
H I Phone 1884 P
H I MACHINES RENTED I
H The eyes are your best servants
H Treat them well One pair is all
you will ever get Consult a man
H who knows
H DR. KING
H The Eyesight -Specialist
Guarantees all work.
2478 Washington Ave.
H STANDARD TELEPHONES
Hl For Editorial, news a-ad Society
H Department, Call Only Phone No
H For Subscription and Advertising
1 Department, GaJI Phone No. 56
Hl Grand Character Ball Will be giv-
1 en nt tho Mound Fort Amusement
H Hall, Friday, November 22, under the
H auspices of the Seventh Ward Relief
fl society. Prizes and refreshments. --
H W. O, W. Social The members of
H the Weber camp No. 74, Woodmen of
j the World, have decided to hold their
H regular social next Thursday night,
1 because the last Thursday is Thanks-
H giving day. This social wili make
H the second of a series and a musical
H pragram will be a feature of the eve-
H ning. The amusement committee is
H also arranging for a dance to be giv-
Hl en on the evening of December 0.
H when the wires and ladies of the mem
H hers can be entertained.
M The best NUT COAL offered to the
H public at the lowest prices. Try it
H and he convinced. $1.75 per ton de-
j Uvercd. Frank Moore Coal Co., Phone
H Branch Office To discuss th
1 roposition of putting iu a branch
M office in Ogden similar to the one in l
H Salt Lake. 30 members of Iho local
M branch of trie Utah Credit Men's as-
H socialion and four repiesentalives
j from Salt Lake met at a luncheon at
M the Weber club yesterday at noon.
H The board of diiectors v.'.ll decide
H the matter at a meeting to bu held
H next Tuesday
M The Royal Neighbors will meet in
j the Reese Howell Hall, eery first
H and third Tuesday evenings ot each i
1 month on Washington Avenue. Lil-
H Han Newton, Rcc8
H Caledonian Social The Caledonian j
j . society will give a social this even-j
Hl ing In their hall in the Reese How-
H ell building. A cordial invitation i
j extended to the geneial public. The
Hl society Intends to make this a weekly
H What Is a table richly spread witli-
M out a loaf Konic- Delight Bread?
H Lecture on Chactity Dr. E. P. Mills
1 "vi 111 speak to the parents class at the
H Fifth ward Sunday school at H '
1 o'clock Surd ay morning on the subject
H of "Chastitj " This 13 the first talk
H of a series to be ghon along the line!
H of protecting the puiity of the jouth
H fTom what is commbuh called the so-
1 clal evil. Parents ,1 mid come out
H and learn of the temptations the youth
H is subjected to and try to better the
H Klrkfndall Undertaking Co., Maon.
Hl Is temple. Phone 150
H Juvenile Delinquency Judge V. C
Ml Bunnell of the juvenile court will lec-
Hj ture before the parents class of tho
1 Fourth ward Sunday morning at 10: an
Hl o'clock, his subject leing "Juvenllo
Ml Delinquency, the Cause Thereof, the
M Laws Governing the Same and Meth-
H oils of Prevention." All parents In-
M teiested fhould hear Judge Gunnell.
H When the best is the cheapest in
1 the long run can you afford to use
H anything brt B & G butter?
1 New Burial Ground Weber cam,
m No. 74, Woodmen of the World, hn
H secured a lot in the new addition to
M the Ogden City cemetery and will
B move its monument to the new plot
H As a part of the deal, the old lot win
H be taken ov-r by the city and the new
H place will be -used in the future for
H a burial ground fey members who die
H without i datives who desire other ar-
H luvesticate our iref lntroductorv nt-
Hl fer on beers, -wines and liquors Fo-
j Utah Missed It Manager W P
H Tayne of the Jumbo Plaster & Ce-
H mont companj of Siguard. Sevier
H county, is in. the city negotiating for
H the sale of cement and plastering raa-
m terial. Sevier county gavG a good Re-
H publican majority, ho says, but inas-
H much a8 the nation outside of Utah
H gave a Democratic Tnajoritv he thinks
H It would have been well for Utah to
H have joined the majoritr ranks. Mr.
H Fayno Is a brother of Mrs. John M
H Hanson of this city and he will rc-
H main over Sunday to visit with her.
H Call 308 when you -want beer, -wines
H or liquors. Foley's ..
H Yokel and Harberison If satisfac-
m tory financial nrrangoment8 can be
H made, "Mike Yokel, the clever Salt
m Lako mat artist, will meet Jack
Hl Harberteon the ancedv Ogden wrest-
H ler before February l For some time,
H LV! the4 nestling game have
H dcii trying to secure a match bo-
sltween these two men and it begins
io look like they will see a good
exhibition before long. Yokel has ex
l,presbcd his willingness to meet Har
I bertson, but said thaX it would not
D par bljii from a financial standpoint
H However friends of Ilarbertson hac
D come foreward with enough financial
backing to rolleve the apprehensions
of Yokel. The two men will meet in
I Ogden Wednesday when articles will
I be signed for a finish matchh
Caught H1k Man Within twenty
minutes after receiving a call from
Salt Lake to be on the lookout for a j
colored thief. Detective Thomas Burke
had his man in the city Jnll "Sunny"
Edwards is the colored man's name
and he Is wanted in Salt Lake for
stealing an overcoaL
Cal, 421 for the news, editorial and
society departments of the Standard.
Stricken With Appendicitis Detec
tive George Wardlaw of the Ogden
police force is ill at his home with
appendicitis, and according to Dr.
Paul Ingebretsen an operation may be
necessarv to lelieve him 'lie was
taken ill after returning from Salt
Lake, where he had gone to take a
prisoper, and the strange part of the
occmrencc is that he was taken III
on the anniversary of the day when
he was injured while assisting at the
Ecclcs building- fire on November 15.
of last year.
Old papers for sale at this office.
25c per hundred.
Echoes of Convention At the Con
gregational church last night Mrs. L.
U Shepaid, state president of the
W. C. T. TJ.. and Mrs Lillibell Frey,
state delegate, gave their impressions
of the national convention of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance union,
which took place recently in Portland,
Will Tell of Their Journeys Will
lam Moves and Hagbert Anderson
will speak at the Second ward meet
ing house tomorrow evening at 7
o'clock. Mr. Moyes has jast returned
from a trip to Scotland and Mr, An
derson took a Jrip to Norway, and
they will tell some interesting sto
ries of their trips
Elks Memorial Following out a
custom to set apart a da in whi-ii
all Elks who have died during the
year are fittingly honored, the Ogden
lodge will bold its annual memorial
services Sunday evening, December 1
Tho sorvlces will be held In the lodge
rooms and will be open to the pub
lic. The speakers will be Rev E I
j Goshen and S. A Maglnnis Gu3 San
I ders of Ogden and Fred Smith of
Salt Lake will furnish the music The
deaths during tho year were Joseph
Bailoj, W. J. Sweeney and James Ca
sey, Elko. Nov.
Bicycle Stolen Notico was sent 'o
the police that Tribune bicycle No.
G1CC was stolen yesterday from the
Utah Light & Railway company The
police have a clew and believe they
will catch the thief.
Recovers His Health Although his
life had been despaired of at one time
George Tankcrsle, the Southern Pa
cific brakeman vho was senouslj in
jured in a wreck at Doeth, Nov., Aj
gust 31, left the Dee hospital today
entirely recovered. Mr. Tankersley
intends to leave soon for Copper 13111.
Tonn., where he will spend some time
visiting friends and relatives '
Last evening after an illness o'
about ten days. Mrs. J. II flail left i
the Dee hospital and returned to he: I
home at the Sanitarium, much lm-'
A R. Melntre has installed a ic
cordlng thermometer in front of h!t i
drug stole Today it leglstercd CO
dcgi ces above zero.
Italians Going Home Two specia1 1
coaches containing homeward hound j
Italians frr.m California "passed'
through Ogden this moaning.
More Greeks for the Var A special '
car If lied with Greeks went thiough
Ogden this morning from Sa.t Lake
These Greeks aro on their way to the '
iieat of war, and according to the
ra'hoad officials are a part of a gieatj
number who are to go to share in the
glory of the victories.
Prisoners En Route Special Offi
rcrBankoffcr of Ontario, Oregon, is
In Ogden with J wo prisoners he is
tak'ng back to Ontario. He will re
sume his journey tc night The two
men, Bablo Bengrocheu and Frank
Laca, are wanted .or killing horses.
Advertisers puist have their copy
ready lor the Cveninr Standard the
evening before the da on hich ..he
f.ivertlsement, if to appear In order to
I WOULD LIKE TO SEE
I CANNOT CURE.
F. J. FREENOR, D. C.
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC.
2411 WASH. AVE.
ROOMS 1314, 2411 WASH AVE.
9 TO 1:30 A.; 1 TO 5 P., 7 TO 8 P.
The city school election will occur
on Wednesday, December i. Already
, a number of prominent citizens aie
being urged to aspire to office.
Tn the Third ward R D. Porter and
Asael Farr are mentioned as prospec
In the Fifth ward, since it became
known that M. S. Browning woUd
not seek a re-election, a number of
aspirants have been named, among
Jan Sandman and Miss D. de Mik
were married last Tupsday evening,
November 12, at the home of the
brlde'H parents, at 3219 Wall avenue.
Th house was filled with immedi
ate friends and relatives who wish
d the happy couple many happy years
of upeful life.
The ceremony was performed by
Everitt Ncutcboom, Weber stake
Jteid the Classified Ads. I
Servian Demand Cause
1 of Ill-Feeling Com
I plaint Made
London, Nov G Th situation as
legards the dispute of Servia and
Austria over the former's demand for
an Adriatic sea port is again consid
ered very serious There is reason to
believe, say Belgrade dispatches, that
tho Servian goveniment will not sub
mit a satisfactory repk to the Aus
trian representations on the subject
I though it has not posllhelj rejected
More Ill-feeling between the na
tions became evident today when the
Servian minister presented to the
Vienna government an official com
plaint that the Austria consul at
Prizrend fired from the top of his
house at Senian troops when they
captured the town It Is believed In
Vienna that the consul was defending
some Albanfans, A number of whom
are alleged to hae been shot by
Servians for concealing arms and
abusing Servian soldleis
Avoiding Front Attack.
This hint that the Bulgaian invad
ers arc trying to aold a front attack'
on the Turks at Tchaialja tends to1
corroborate '. esterday's announce '
ment that the Bulgarian tioops hao,
been working around to the nortli of
the Turkish arm. Experts here a-e
of opinion that the Bulgarians will
try to 5ei7c the Bosphorus simuKanc
ouslv with the Dardanelles If It be
comes necessary to reduce Constanti
nople before the war can be ended
The Greek anm in Epirus, the
movements of which had been stoppej
by floods is again on tlm move to
ward the Turkish forticss of -Janina.
while the Montenegrin troops aro
still hotlv enbaged In the neighbor-'
hood of San Giovanl Di Med.ia, on tho;
I Adriatic. IKng Nicholas persists in
big determination to seize' this point j
In spite of Austrian and Italian pro
Bulgaria's Answer Due Today. I
Bulgaria's answer to Turkey's nloi !
for an armistice is due lodav Dis-!
patches from Sofia say that however j
oncious may be the neace terms of
the conquerers. the Turkish aimy h
In such condition that submission is
the onI couisc open. '
Exception to this view j; taken by a
correspondent who visited the Turk- i
ish lines of Tchatalia jesterdav. TTe
says the Turkish administration at
the front appears canab'e of disDuting i
any fuither advance by the Bulgaiiansi
and further emplnsized thp strength
of the Turkish position by paving the i
allies will soon take measures to
Dosses themsehes of the Dardanel
les, thus averting the possible pav
ment of a prle in blood at Tcbataija.
In which the Bulgarians can 111 afford.
j FOOTBAIX FINALS
Pennslvania 34, Indians -G.
Brown 21 Lafajettr 7.
I Williams 12. Amherst 0
Army 15, Tufts G.
I Yale Freshmen 17. Harvard Fresh
Chicago 10. llhnois'O'
j Utah in the Lead First quarter
Utah 11, Colorado o.
1. J. SWEENEY
i IS A QUIET
IfM. J. Sweeney keeps the prom
ises, that he made "to Patrolman O L
Swanson today, when arrested for be
ing drunk, the polfqeman Is assured
of having an enjoyable time at some
futuie date Usually when a man js
?rrested he contracts a. grudge against
the arroh-iriji oiflcer, -but Swoencj l
evidently not of the common sort.
Patiolman Swanson, was summoned
to the Sahatlon Armj looming house
by Captain W H Knapp. who coin
palned that Swcone was trying to
get into the place and he was not
wanted because he was drunk When
the patrolman arrived on the scene to
take charge of the man he expected
a tussle and was surprised when Hip
drunken man greeted him with a
smile and consented to be ai rested To
show him that there was no hard feel
ing Sweeney promised to buy Swan
son several drinks when he sobered
up and he also Invited the policeman
to takr a tup through the tor'n to
take in scenes or interest
Sweeney will face Judgo Reeder.
Monday morning on the charge o'
FOR TIE BIG
The basement of the new Eccles
building is completed nearly to the
depth required and men are at work
digging the pits for the huge 1011
ciPtc pillars that will be used to sup-.
,)ort the steel.
Those pillars will be twelve feet j
squaie and they will extend from the,
stringers of the tirst floor about fif
teen reet to a depth of a tew feet be-'
low the basement floor. There will!
be sixt of them The mixer is In
readiness to make the concrete for
these pillars and the basoment walls!
and it will bo plated in operation
At the. Ninth. Ro and Clinton
wards conferences will be held to
morrow and each ward has arrangoci
In the Ninth ward addresses" will ht
given by President L V,. shurtllff, D.
W. Ellis. W. G. nagun and Alva Sco
ville during the sessions at 2 o'clock
and T o'clock.
The Clinton meeting will open at
2 o'clock and Pre3ldent C. F. Middle
ton. Joseph C. McFarland, Prof. W. W.
Ilendercon ami v E. Newman will be
Piiefthoofl meetings will be held it.
each ward at 10 o'clock.
.iiiinji.ijiwii Tllllllll""! IHfTWlfTH
SIR CECIL ARTHUR SPRING-RICE
WILL SUCCEED JAMES BRYCE AS
AMBASSADOR TO UNITED STATES
London, No lb'. Sir Cecil Arthur'
Spring-Rice, now minister at Stock
holm, will succeed the Right Hon ,
James Bryce as ambassador to the
United States. Sir Arthur was born
In 1859 and v;as created K. C M. G.1
In 190C. He has served at Stockholm ,
as minister since September 1, 190S.
In 1889 he was acting third secretary'
at Washington and was appointed
acting second secretary at Washing
ton to act as secretary to the BritlBh
delegate to the international maritime
conference, August 27, SS9. After
serving for a time at Brussels and .
Tokyo he was transferred to Wash
ington in i$9.-. jje was charge ,
d'affaires a.t 'Teheran in 1900 and
minister to PerBia in 1906-S. '
iNDEPENDENT MEAT m7
Be Sure and See Our Ad Monday E vening j
Ifr EE-jf 'I
With the outbreak of two new cases
of diphtheria, at Warren, the county
hoard of education decided to delav
the opening of school there for an
Aside from routine business, mot
of the sessiou of the school board at
noon toda was spent in discussins:
thp health .situation
All text books taken from the Wai
ien building were burned. Inside and
out tho school hous" has been scrub
bed and disinfected
But for the two new rases school
work would have been resumed Mon
The mgiilar month U meeting of the
county hebool teachers was held this
mprning at the Sub-High school with
a mil attendance At thr general
meeting lh teachers weic atkiresscd
by Professoi M I Abbey of the L'ni
ersitv of 1'tah. who also spoke to
the citv school teachers this morn
in? In his talk bc'nrc the county
school teachers Professor Ahbey talk
ed on "industrial Educntim in the
Couiito Schoo's.' and several plans
were outlined to win the itnerest of
the pupils along tin- lines of industrial
FOR MISS SAWYER
The clerks in the altciatlon depart
ment of W H Wilght fc Sons Com
pany ery del.5ht.full: enteitalued
Miss Annie J Sawei last Monday
A heautlful cut glass set consisting
of sugar Low), coamer and the trav
was piesented by the following: Mi 3
E T Woodruff. Miss Marv Tayloi,
Mrs. C Fur che. Mrs Mattie Clark
Mrs. M. Thomas and Miss Nellie
A dainty little card enclosed read:
"May everj gift that heaven can send
' Wealth and every treasure,. X'
Health a.nd joy to ointriend, .
And blciSlngs without measure.'"
, Yesterday afternoon Mis Florence
Nye gave a tin shower at her home
on Parry aenue for Misa Annie J.
Sawyer, one of Ogden's most popular
A very delightful afternoon was
supent In games and social diversion,
after which a dainty luncheon was
Those present were MesdamesCai
1 lie Sawyqi. Mabel Walker, Chaun
I cy Parry, George Patch, Jos. Oliver,
Hairj Beltmau. A H. Hartog, Ramsr
, den Jeannette Grelne, H O. Williams,
O. E. Williams.
I Professor Sawer formeily of Lon
l do:i but who is residing in Ogden at
l resent. i.rnished rare music during
the afternoon. Sawyer furnished mu
sic thioughout the evening, both clas
sical and popular Later ou a most
tempting luncheon was served
I SURPRISE PARTY. j
Miss Helen Morrison was pleasant
I ly surprised at her home on Adams 1
avenue Friday evening by a number!
I of her friends The evening was !
1 pleasantly spent with games, music)
land dancing, after which a delicious!
Jnncheon was served At a late hour:
. the gvests depared for their respec
I live homes. Those present were:'
I Amy Shupe, LUzle Gilmoie, Edda I
Ririe, Verna Farr, Edna Rowland, Lu
( clla Stalllngs, Mae Morrison. Helen
i Morrison. Dewey Baxter, Kenneth
) Monson, Kenneth DawBon, James
I Porter, Eugene Dllly. Rowland Farr,
I Thomas Williams, Frank Parry, Les
j lie Hlggenbotham, Arthur Morrison 1
j and han Rowland.
Miss Annie J. Sawyer was enter
tained by Mrs. N. E. Shorten last
'Thursday evening at her home, 31 GG
f Hudson avenue, the- affair being a.
I chine, shower.
I Miss Sawyer leaves shortly for Lo
1 3an, where she- will reside perm
neutjj and a host of Ogden friends l
wish her happiness.
The invited guests were. Me.sdames
McFariand, George Shorten. George
West, Walter Stephens. Rose Hartog:
Misses Mabel Shorten. Mabef Bell,
Leona Peerman, Edith oGodale. Emma
Newey, Jennie Draayer and Elcada 1
Many choice pieces of china wero
received by Miss Sawyer .
Mr. and Mrs. John T Peterson an-
raunce the engagement of their '
granddnuchter, Ida V. Shurtllff, to Or- i
lando C Wade, the marriage to take s
place in the near futcre. '
The Ladles' Aid of the Methodist
church will meet with Mrs. Uortrudo
C'afr next Thursday, November 21, at
her home, 1321 Twentv-fifth street.
MISS WALLACE ENTERTAINS.
Laat evening at her home, Miss Lu- j
cille Wallace, daughter of Mr. and I
Mrs, Joseph Wallace, entertained the j
Sunda School teachers of the State
Industrial suhqol. D.cllploir JjnQheon
wa served and the evoning war, oth
erwise spent In art games and music. 1
GOV. WILSON HAS GREAT CONFIDENCE IN I
McCOMBS: MAY PUT UJLM !; GA13JNET W
! ' ' ' & H til
Wm. F. McCombi and Gov. Wilson (taken since election). M
Now York. Nov 1G (Special.)
That William F McComhs. New York
lawyer, chairman of the Democratic
national committee, and percnl
friend of Woodrow Wilson, can have
a job in the cabinet after March ?
next if he wants it is the opinion of
There can be no doubt but that
Wilson has the profoundest confi
dence in McCombs' ubiHl. Ho se
lected the young lawjer to handle his
campaign for the nomination, and hav
ing won nt Baltimore he secured foe
McCombs the Important ;job 01 sect'f
taiy of the Democratic national com-
I The prf?c winnBrs' ia the art games 1
were Etta Browning and Joseph Wil
liams Miss Wallace was azsisiod br
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED, ' '
' The announcomont has been mado '
of the engagement of Gladys FarreL'. j
daughter of George L. Farrel1 cf 1
"mithfleld. Utali. to Georo C. Ensign, I
--on of Mr. and Mrs. D. H Enci ya. j
The marriage will tac placo No em
1 mittep Wilson is I11g.1l., pleased wirh ; fe'
J the work McCombs has done HU if'
I confidence iu him has been more than
'Justified If bo would entrust Me-
. Cc'mbs with tils important task of M
j handling a campaign can it be doubt- ut
I d that he would hesltato to trust him S
with a i-ositiou in the cabinet ' RR
Men wlu aie closest to Goernoc m.
Wilson do not pretend to be able to Up
forecast a cabinet for the nevt ndr.uu- aM
istration The governor has not di,- gt
I cussed the matter with his most in- B
1 timate friends He has listened u fe
suggestions, but has not given too HJ
' least Intimation as to who will bo ftr.
Invited to assume tho posts
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ENGLISH HORSEWOMAN, S YEARS OLD, fi
j TO SHOW AIEMCANS WHAT SHE CAN DO I
yi T vSt&jSvX. s" sr v 1 Vi
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Little Maud Preece and hor favorite isdcilr pony. H
Little Maud Proece, aped S. ICneland'a youngest expert horsewoman. jS
arrived In Nw York rently from England with her l.ivoruo saddle jj
pony "Merry Lors". Sho will pactlclpnte in the horse show at Mad- H
loon Square Garden. Last yar Maud'a eister, who s rtftoen. ca.-ne to jjj
ride In tn flbow. She had planned on copibir Kaln this ye-tr, but g
uchool duties kept her home and Mnud rill take her place as ontree. 2
New York, Nov. 15. (Special.)
There will be many noted riders -t
the national horse show, which opens
at Madison Square Garden tomorrow,
but it is safe to say that none will j
attract more attention than the Eng
lish lassie, Maud Preece, aged 8 ears ,
Although not yet iu her teens. UvU 1
Maud s a fearless horsewoman ;ls
well as an expert rider. Desplto her
frail phsique. sho can control a
strong, heavy-headed horpe as well ,
as the evyert army office! fc ho wll ,
1 tal e part In the International jumping U
I contests. The picture shows her , J
astride her favorite pon ' Merrv g;
I Another little Eni,'lish girl who will j
I lake part in the show is Mona Dunn, gj
1 aged 10 She bs- 1 number of prtzo
1 winning hunter d saddle horse-s y
ente-ed, some ieli she will ride J E
But the hard rt r evhlbiung them '
In the arena v Wl ii the bancs -ra
of Miss Preoce. jjgj
CLUB MF.ETINC. ; (5.
The member.-? of the Nolgh'ov'jc 1 1 jf(
Birthday club met Friday at the hoir-
of Mra. Strincham. 21( "vth Was.- t
ington avenue. A sui .n (i-uncr I tt
"as 'served and tho he. ; wa3 pr-- -"
sented with v. boautU' re c -l?t !
of the club A dcllg .:! aftcrro-n SJ
whs 3pcj:i. Taccc prertnt wore llf 2l
Strl:x3bain, Jrirs. Aogren. Mrs Hal'. &l
UJ. Paulsen. Mrs GI'jos. M.5 'v
Jic.'.cs, Mrs Ci-.njir.jbL.r rai .us .tt
H. E. Rjoison, Mrs. Ro 5evc. -s r-